Illinois Man Ends Up with Flooded, Moldy Basement After Town Fails to Provide Drainage

Missouri and Illinois have seen substantial flooding in what has turned out to be a wet summer, and for homeowners, the weather has presented some serious problems. For one man in Madison More »

Happiness to Return to Illinois, New Law Brings Back Happy Hour

On July 15, Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner brought happiness back to the Prairie State, signing a new law that allows happy hour alcoholic drink specials to return. Back in 1989, Illinois law More »

Houston Throws The Gauntlet: Chicago Soon To Be Fourth Largest City

Residents of the city of Houston are feeling especially cocky this summer. Space City’s main newspaper, the Houston Chronicle boldly declared in June, “The question isn’t whether we’ll be the nation’s third-largest More »

Scammer Steals $117,000 from Elderly Man

Scamming is an unfortunate reality that strikes many people when they think their luck is finally turning around. Scammers often target the elderly, young people living on their own for the first More »

The Chicago School System Is In Trouble — And Facing Another Major Budget Cut

Mayor Rahm Emanuel has detailed the fallout he attributes to Chicago Public Schools making good on a $634 million pension payment: 1,050 workers will lose their jobs, 350 vacant positions will be More »

Illinois Man Ends Up with Flooded, Moldy Basement After Town Fails to Provide Drainage

Missouri and Illinois have seen substantial flooding in what has turned out to be a wet summer, and for homeowners, the weather has presented some serious problems. For one man in Madison County, IL, flooding has caused an estimated $30,000

Happiness to Return to Illinois, New Law Brings Back Happy Hour

On July 15, Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner brought happiness back to the Prairie State, signing a new law that allows happy hour alcoholic drink specials to return. Back in 1989, Illinois law banned happy hour drink specials over concerns about

Houston Throws The Gauntlet: Chicago Soon To Be Fourth Largest City

Residents of the city of Houston are feeling especially cocky this summer. Space City’s main newspaper, the Houston Chronicle boldly declared in June, “The question isn’t whether we’ll be the nation’s third-largest city. It’s when.” According to statistics recently released