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Prosecutors: Blagojevich Doesn't Deserve Leniency
Tuesday, July 26, 2016 8:01 AM
Federal prosecutors say statements that imprisoned former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich has made prove he isn't "deserving of leniency." A resentencing hearing is scheduled next month for Blagojevich, who is hoping a federal judge will give him a five-year sentence instead of his original 14 years. Blagojevich has been in a Colorado federal prison since 2012 after jurors convicted him of 18 ...
More Details Emerge about Cinemark Gun Incident
Monday, July 25, 2016 4:00 PM
Paducah Police will seek charges against an Illinois man who they say pulled a gun Saturday morning inside a movie theater at Cinemark Theater. Officer Dana Davie said officers were called around noon Saturday after a fight broke out inside the theater as the Star Trek Beyond movie was playing. 38-year-old John Hempen, of Paducah reportedly told Davie that he and his son were sitting behind ...
Rauner Renews Call for Term Limits
Monday, July 25, 2016 1:42 PM
Gov. Bruce Rauner is renewing his call for term limits and says the General Assembly should vote on the idea in the fall. Rauner delivered a campaign-style speech Monday in Chicago. Relying on a teleprompter, he spoke for less than ten minutes and didn't take reporters' questions. The first-term Republican says Illinois politics needs new ideas and faces. He ...
Drivers Warned to Watch for Buckling Pavement
Wednesday, July 20, 2016 10:06 PM
The Illinois Department of Transportation is reminding drivers to be on the lookout for buckling pavement on roads throughout the area in the next few days due to the recent rainfall and extreme heat in the forecast. IDOT says the combination of very high temperatures and precipitation can lead to pavement expanding and ultimately buckling or blowing out, causing uneven driving surfaces ...
Rauner Signs Anti-Opioid Bills Into Law
Wednesday, July 20, 2016 9:26 AM
A new Illinois law will let drug court participants use medication to combat opioid addiction. Gov. Bruce Rauner signed the measure late last week. It goes into effect Jan. 1. Under the new law, judges are prevented from barring drug court participants from using medications that doctors prescribe to treat opioid addictions. The Illinois Consortium on Drug Policy says some ...
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