UIC has played down its shortcomings in overseeing the work of a prominent child psychiatrist, but newly obtained documents show that the school acknowledged its lapses to federal officials.
In moving to shield minors, the judge weighs a challenge to the First Amendment right to publish.
And what’s coming next.
At the same time, another shelter operator is trying to expand its footprint in Chicago.
The mayor dominates the City Council while aldermen reign over the “fiefdoms” of their wards.
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Después de la controversia, Heartland va a cerrar cuatro albergues para jóvenes inmigrantes en Illinois
Al mismo tiempo, otro operador de albergues está intentando expandir su presencia en Chicago.
In the 49th Ward, a newcomer from the left unseated the once progressive Joe Moore. And mayoral candidates tried to distance themselves from Rahm Emanuel, although the two top finishers have their own ties to the political establishment.
Commissioners are set to pass a law banning the database and requiring it to be destroyed.
More than 30,000 video slot and poker machines have been installed in the state and gamblers have lost more than $5 billion. Yet Illinois has failed to address the issue of gambling addiction in any meaningful way.