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  • Dems scramble for tax deal amid Quinn's inauguration

    Dems scramble for tax deal amid Quinn's inauguration
    SPRINGFIELD -- Illinois Democrats are scaling back a major income tax increase as they search for votes in a frantic, last-ditch effort to deal with the state's crippling budget crisis. After rank-and-file lawmakers balked at a 75 percent hike in the...
  • Funeral Mass to be held at Old St. Pat's for Maggie Daley

    Funeral Mass to be held at Old St. Pat's for Maggie Daley
    Former Chicago first lady Maggie Daley, who died Thursday after a long fight with cancer, will be remembered during a public ceremony at the Chicago Cultural Center on Sunday, a family spokeswoman said today. The public wake will begin at noon and end at...
  • Friday, December 30, 2011

    5:30 a.m. - 9 a.m.   Bill Leff in for  Jonathon Brandmeier  6:39 a.m.  Dave Kaplan previews the Bears / Vikings game.  7:09 a.m.  WGN-TV's Ana Beleval and Pat Tomasulo talk about their New Years Eve comedy show.  8:08 a.m.  Sandy Hackett, son of...
  • Quinn welcomes lakeshore funding, defends cutting elsewhere

    Quinn welcomes lakeshore funding, defends cutting elsewhere
    Gov. Pat Quinn joined U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill, today to finalize an agreement that will allow Illinois to receive roughly $2 million a year in federal funding to help restore and protect the Lake Michigan shoreline. The Illinois Coastal...
  • Pumpkins For A Cure

    Pumpkins For A Cure
    Pumpkins For A Cure (PFAC), a non-profit organization, will host their seventh annual pumpkin drive to benefit The Zellmer Childhood Disease Foundation (ZCDF). Now in its seventh year, this public event will take place Saturday & Saturday, October 1st and...
  • Why we're staying on the issue of teenage driving deaths

    Why we're staying on the issue of teenage driving deaths
    I think all of us who were around in 2006, when the Tribune embarked on the Teens at the Wheel project, appreciate how important the issue of teen driving is. And, I like to think that our year-long emphasis on the topic and all the related issues gave...
  • Boca firm expelled from brokerage business for numerous violations

    Boca firm expelled from brokerage business for numerous violations
    A Boca Raton firm was banned from selling securities after the Financial Industry Regulation Authority found it had engaged in unauthorized trading, kept inaccurate books and even participated in a "fraudulent scheme," according to FINRA records. In a...
  • House panel investigating lawmaker expects more federal court action

    House panel investigating lawmaker expects more federal court action
    SPRINGFIELD --- The Illinois House panel investigating a Chicago lawmaker accused of bribery is holding off on hearings next week because of the potential for more activity in federal court. The latest developments in the case of Rep. Derrick Smith, D-...
  • Police officer picked to fill Derrick Smith seat in Illinois House

    Police officer picked to fill Derrick Smith seat in Illinois House
    West Side Democratic leaders on Friday picked Chicago police officer Eddie Winters to fill the seat vacated by former Rep. Derrick Smith, who was kicked out of office over a federal bribery charge by his Illinois House colleagues last week.   Winters will...
  • Quinn signs disabled parking crackdown measures

    Quinn signs disabled parking crackdown measures
    Drivers who illegally use handicap parking plates and decals soon will face stricter fines and penalties under legislation Gov. Pat Quinn signed into law today. Starting Jan. 1, fines for unauthorized use of placards for people with disabilities will...
  • Chronic speeders get a pass from judges

    Chronic speeders get a pass from judges
    Julie Gorczynski was getting a ride after her shift at a suburban movie theater when a Mazda smashed into the passenger's side of her friend's Jeep, rolling the vehicle and killing the 17-year-old. Orland Park police determined the Mazda was going at...