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Union (McHenry, Illinois)

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  • Heavy snow comes first, followed by dangerous cold

    Heavy snow comes first, followed by dangerous cold
    Officials expect between 8 and 10 inches of snow to cover the Chicago area by early Sunday evening, right before dangerously low temperatures set in for the beginning of the work week. The National Weather Service issued a winter storm warning...
  • Fall Out Boy, Paramore ready to rock Virginia Beach in July

    Fall Out Boy, Paramore ready to rock Virginia Beach in July
    A big, summertime rock show at Farm Bureau Live was announced this week. Fall Out Boy and Paramore will visit the region's biggest concert venue July 22. Tickets go on sale starting Wednesday, Jan. 15, with an early bird lawn price of $10 plus fees...
  • Delays but no major headaches for Metra and its riders so far

    Delays but no major headaches for Metra and its riders so far
    Metra trains were experiencing scattered delays during the evening commute Monday as the agency continued to warn commuters they may have longer waits because of the extreme cold. But Metra said it still hoped there will be no cancellations or other...
  • Quinn backs tax review

    Quinn backs tax review
    Gov. Pat Quinn is backing a review of tax breaks he and lawmakers have granted to nearly a dozen businesses the last several years, saying the state needs to take a comprehensive look at the incentives and must consider changing how much corporations...
  • Illinois lawmakers reach tentative deal on pension fix

    Illinois lawmakers reach tentative deal on pension fix
    Top Illinois legislators said today they’ve reached agreement on a plan to deal with the state’s worst-in-the-nation unfunded public pension liability and expect to vote on it next week. Details of the measure were unclear today and its...
  • Friday's local interest college basketball roundup: Hawkins, Norfolk State turn back Virginia Union

    The Norfolk State men survived a scare from Virginia Union on Friday night, as the Spartans had just enough at the end to defeat the Panthers 92-84 in a matchup of former CIAA foes at Echols Hall. Virginia Union remained in Division II while the Spartans...
  • The gay-marriage bill (Illinois Senate Bill 10), text version

     
    Just so we're clear what the debate is about... SB 10, The Religious Freedom and Marriage Fairness Act.... Section 5. Purposes; rules of construction. This Act shall be liberally construed and applied to promote its underlying purpose, which is to......
  • U.S. Supreme Court to decide Illinois case

    The Supreme Court opened its new session Tuesday and announced it had agreed to decide eight new cases, including a copyright dispute over the 1980 Oscar-winning film "Raging Bull" and a clash over union fees for home healthcare workers in Illinois. The...
  • Taking the Kids: 10-plus ways to celebrate fall in the Midwest

    Taking the Kids: 10-plus ways to celebrate fall in the Midwest
    Who knew. Who knew the small city of Rockford, Ill., a little more than an hour from Chicago, is home to Jane, the most complete juvenile T-Rex (about 11 years old, scientists estimate) and Homer, the most complete adolescent Triceratops. He's seven feet...
  • Gettysburg's 150th: War never looked so peaceful

    Gettysburg's 150th: War never looked so peaceful
    GETTYSBURG, Pa. — If history can be believed, I spent a remarkable three days in this cradle of Civil War history. I stood in the bedroom where Abraham Lincoln slept the night before delivering the Gettysburg Address. I touched the hole left by...
  • FDA slow to issue guidelines on arsenic in rice

    After tests found worrisome levels of arsenic in American rice last fall, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced it would test 1,000 additional samples by the end of the year and issue recommendations "promptly." Nearly 10 months later, the...