Appellate Judge says resident has standing to sue school board. Repayment of more than $100,000 is sought for package that a south suburban board member voted to give his wife.
Money-losing courses add video poker and video slots, taking advantage of a state law aimed at boosting bar and restaurant owners.
Police called to late-night Burnham bar more than 800 times in six years. Village’s top cop says Will’s Sports Bar is ‘bad for the community and dangerous for police officers.’
As Oak Lawn’s public golf course loses millions, current and former elected officials and their families are allowed to play for free, and enjoy other recreation perks.
State’s backlog of unpaid bills keeps piling up and its vendors are feeling the pain, a Rescuing Illinois report finds.
South suburban school board member votes on six-figure payout for his wife, an administrator in the system which is now trying to recoup the money.
Municipal-owned facility lost almost $1 million in the past six years. Village officials take heat for financial, legal woes of the operation.
Chairman of Illinois Housing Development Authority board is ousted as governor forwards “pay-to-play” accusations to inspector general.
Chicago lawyer’s candidacy was in jeopardy earlier this year after a question about where he actually lives.
Country Club Hills Mayor Dwight Welch ordered his town’s police force to keep watch over his home – but why?