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  • Quinn distances self from ally who calls Brady racist, homophobic

     
    Posted by Monique Garcia and David Heinzmann at 7:30 p.m. A West Side get out the vote rally today backfired for Democratic Gov. Pat Quinn when the governor was forced to quickly distance himself from racially charged and politically controversial......
  • Public invited to Chamber’s candidate forum

     
    Voters seeking more information on the names they’ll see on the ballot Nov. 2 are invited to the Bolingbrook Chamber of Commerce’s “Meet the Candidates …...
  • KICKOFF TIME, TV COVERAGE SET FOR INDIANA GAME

     
    Penn State will open its 19th Big Ten Conference campaign with a noon kickoff at Indiana on Saturday, Oct. 1, on ESPNU, the Penn State Sports Network and www.GoPSUsports.com, Penn State announced today. The Lions and Hoosiers will be opening......
  • Republicans complain about absentee ballots in Cook, Chicago

     
    Posted by Bill Ruthhart, David Kidwell and David Heinzmann at 9:22 p.m. As expected, not all absentee ballots will be counted tonight in Chicago and Cook County--but Republicans expecting a close fight for governor were complaining about it just the......
  • Quinn 'elated' about election results, looking ahead to new term

     
    LAST UPDATED by Ray Long and Monique Garcia at 4:22 p.m. Democratic Gov. Pat Quinn today said he feels "elated" about his more than 19,500-vote lead, but did not call on Republican challenger Bill Brady to concede defeat. "Who wouldn't......
  • The death penalty in Illinois, a partial chronology of modern events

     
    Eight years ago, Rob Warden, then as now the director of the Center on Wrongful Conviction at the Northwestern University School of Law, published the following timeline in the Tribune. The time to update it will be if and when,......
  • Timothy Christian in Elmhurst Places Second in State Bar Mock Trial Invitational

     
    SPRINGFIELD, IL – Chatham Glenwood High School, in Chatham, placed first in the 29th annual Illinois State Bar Association (ISBA) High School Mock Trial Invitational …...
  • Maher pulls out of fire district race

     
    Orland Fire Protection District President Patrick Maher is pulling out of the April 5 election for the district's board of trustees. In 2010, Maher lost …...
  • Mustang relays succeed in new Naperville facility

     
    Five out of six winning teams set meet records and 58 teams qualified for the Illinois Prep Top Times state meet. Not a bad showing …...
  • Dead letters

     
    Worker's compensation contained in Senate Bill 1349 was killed last week, but here, for the record, is what it added and subtracted from existing law: Added this language: The term "accident" as used in this Act means an occurrence arising......
  • Cuts in federal grants won’t affect police, says Orland Park chief

     
    While some suburban police departments are feeling the pinch as the Justice Department slashes federal grants, Orland Park Police Chief Tim McCarthy said the impact …...