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Ken Griffin, founder of Chicago's biggest hedge fund, says corporate tax credits help politicians buy silence from the CEOs who get them. Plus., reaction to Chicago school closings.
The fix has always been in on Illinois' system for drawing up legislators' district boundaries. Abdul-Hakim Shabazz left Illinois for Indiana, and loves it.
The warm weather has arrived and so have the insects. This time of year we often see patients who have concerns about insect bites.
Check out pictures and prices of properties recently SOLD in Burr Ridge.
The Chicago Veggie Pride Parade will be held in Grant Park on June 1 and is designed to raise awareness about the benefits of a plant-based diet.
Here's an article by Tom Callanan PT, DPT from the Doctor's of Physical Therapy newsletter about gearing up for summer activities.
A $65 million side of pork served with a massive gambling expansion bill is unfit for our consumption.
Families of children who lost their lives in the Newtown school shooting came to the Illinois State Senate on Monday urging a statewide ban on the sale of high-capacity ammunition magazines.
Children need the facts about tobacco. Take action, learn what to say about tobacco use and talk with them, today.
Illinois Institute for Technology won the small institution division of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Campus RainWorks Challenge design competition.
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