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Illinois Freedom of Information Act

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  • Youngest teen charged in 2014 Park Ridge beating given probation

    Youngest teen charged in 2014 Park Ridge beating given probation
    The youngest teen charged in last summer's beating at Hinkley Park in Park Ridge received probation after entering a guilty plea in juvenile court, the Cook County State's Attorney's Office said.
  • Illinois licensing pools, beaches as swimming season starts

    Swimming season is starting in Illinois and the state has been licensing public pools and beaches. The Illinois Department of Public Health is in charge of the regulations under the Illinois Swimming Facility Act. There are 952 city-owned swimming...

    Game over: Zion, Lake County Fielders drop lawsuits with $55K settlement

    Game over: Zion, Lake County Fielders drop lawsuits with $55K settlement
    Dueling legal actions over the fate of the defunct Lake County Fielders came to a quiet end last week when the Zion City Council approved its end of a settlement agreement that pays the team's ownership $55,000 and releases all parties of blame for the...

    Chicago Tribune sues College of DuPage and foundation for records

    Chicago Tribune sues College of DuPage and foundation for records
    The Chicago Tribune sued the College of DuPage and its fundraising foundation Wednesday to obtain records of certain payments made for school leaders as well as state and federal grand jury subpoenas related to school spending and foundation activities....

    Salaita files lawsuit against U. of I. over documents in job dispute

    Salaita files lawsuit against U. of I. over documents in job dispute
    Controversial professor Steven Salaita, whose job offer at the University of Illinois was rescinded after he made anti-Israel comments on social media, filed a lawsuit Monday alleging that the university has violated the state's open records law. The...