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Jesse White

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  • Madigan, White take the oath after Rauner

    Madigan, White take the oath after Rauner
    While most of the hype surrounded Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner's inauguration Monday, five other Illinois statewide elected officials also took the oath. The swearing-in was routine for Attorney General Lisa Madigan, who has now held the office longer...
  • Chicago Tribune corrections and clarifications for Wednesday, Jan. 14, 2015

    •A Page 1 news brief Tuesday incorrectly referred to Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan and Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White as lawmakers. They are statewide elected officials. •In an obituary Tuesday on Burton Ruby, one of his...
  • Rauner inauguration events paid for by pro-business interests

    Rauner inauguration events paid for by pro-business interests
    Gov.-elect Bruce Rauner heads to Springfield on Sunday to start his inaugural festivities, a series of events largely paid for by pro-business interests. The Republican campaigned on a theme of shaking up Springfield and railed against the entrenched...
  • Garcia seeks support among black voters in Chicago mayor's race

    Garcia seeks support among black voters in Chicago mayor's race
    Chicago mayoral candidate Jesus "Chuy" Garcia campaigned with African-American supporters on Tuesday, releasing a list of backers heavy on union leaders and community organizers and light on elected officials. To unseat Mayor Rahm Emanuel, challengers...
  • Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel kicks off bid for second term

     Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel kicks off bid for second term
    Four years ago, recently departed White House chief of staff Rahm Emanuel chose the crowded gymnasium of a North Side elementary school to formally kick off what he'd been building up to for weeks: a run for mayor of Chicago. The venue, John C....
  • 2-time felon pleads guilty again to fraud in federal court

    2-time felon pleads guilty again to fraud in federal court
    A politically connected businessman already twice convicted of fraud pleaded guilty Wednesday to stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars in financing on luxury car leases at his now-defunct suburban leasing agency. Marc Zaransky, 51, faces up to about...
  • 15 things to do with the kids this week: Nov. 26-Dec. 2

    Wednesday, Nov. 26: "JELLIES" One of the city's most popular exhibits of the last two years, the Shedd Aquarium's "Jellies" has announced its last call for visitors. The hauntingly beautiful jellyfish will vanish in January, so there's no time like the...
  • Winnetka Fourth of July Parade, Fourthfest kick off Friday

    Winnetka Fourth of July Parade, Fourthfest kick off Friday
    Winnetka residents are invited to celebrate Independence Day on Friday at the park district's annual Fourth of July Parade and Fourthfest. Toby Ross, the park district's recreation supervisor, said this year marks the 127th anniversary of Winnetka's...
  • Highland Park July Fourth parade features 70 groups and organizations

    Highland Park July Fourth parade features 70 groups and organizations
    Highland Park’s Fourth of July parade was a “Who’s Who” for the civic-minded, and the participating organizations cut across every age demographic — from the tykes populating local preschools to the Jewish Veterans of Foreign...
  • Jesse White has big lead as he seeks record 5th term

     Jesse White has big lead as he seeks record 5th term
    As he seeks a record fifth term, Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White holds a better than 3-to-1 lead over his Republican opponent, according to a Chicago Tribune poll. White, known throughout the state for a Chicago tumbling team that bears his name,...
  • Towns let DUI drivers keep licenses — for a price

    Towns let DUI drivers keep licenses — for a price
    Robert Daly was an unlikely candidate to keep his driver's license. The Downers Grove man was charged with drunken driving in the west suburb in 2011 under a state law that mandated a license loss for anyone arrested on DUI charges. And it was Daly's...