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Illinois gets $4 billion federal boost for six-year road and bridge program



Illinois gets $4 billion federal boost for six-year road and bridge program

The federal infrastructure package will boost Illinois' six-year transportation spending by $4 billion, Gov. J.B. Pritzker said Friday. The state will spend an overall $24.6 billion under the six-year ...

Illinois lays out $34B spending plan for roads, bridges, rail and transit



Illinois lays out $34B spending plan for roads, bridges, rail and transit

The Illinois Department of Transportation on Friday laid out a $34.6 billion six-year spending plan for road, bridge, transit, rail, airport and port upkeep.

Too little, too late for people seeking climate relief



Too little, too late for people seeking climate relief

As Americans discover that they must relocate due to climate change, the mismatch between the FEMA buyout process and the need gets worse.

Gov. Pritzker defends end to cash bail in Illinois despite law enforcement criticisms



Gov. Pritzker defends end to cash bail in Illinois despite law enforcement criticisms

Gov. J.B. Pritzker is defending the SAFE-T Act as law enforcement statewide criticizes the new law and says that it will make Illinois less safe when it goes into effect on January 1.

Chicago Police Are Arresting Thousands More Black Drivers After Traffic Stops Than They Report



Chicago Police Are Arresting Thousands More Black Drivers After Traffic Stops Than They Report

An analysis by Block Club Chicago and Injustice Watch found thousands of missing traffic stops that ended in gun possession arrests in data Chicago police are required to report to the Illinois ...

State Sen. Elgie Sims approached in federal criminal investigation into alleged influence peddling by body-cam company



State Sen. Elgie Sims approached in federal criminal investigation into alleged influence peddling by body-cam company

Illinois state Sen. Elgie Sims, who spearheaded the massive criminal justice reform law passed last year, is the subject of a federal criminal investigation into alleged influence peddling.

The Government’s Failure to Move Vulnerable People Out of Harm’s Way in the Era of Massive Flooding



The Government’s Failure to Move Vulnerable People Out of Harm’s Way in the Era of Massive Flooding

This is why the country’s largest effort to relocate people from flood zones isn’t working amid climate change. It’s not only denials that lock people out. Often, whatever assistance the government ...

The fight to curb gun violence without inflaming racial biases



The fight to curb gun violence without inflaming racial biases

There's no easy way to curb gun violence. But experts say that "cleaning up policing" and shrinking our reliance on the criminal justice system are important pieces of the puzzle.

The business news you need



The business news you need

American Water has reached deals to acquire numerous municipal water and sewer systems in metro St. Louis in recent years.

After 13 years of working side-by-side, marriage of Peoria TV news operations is official



After 13 years of working side-by-side, marriage of Peoria TV news operations is official

Both station identities have been operating out of the same East Peoria building since 2009, when HOI moved there from its separate studio in Creve Coeur. All of the news programs from the new ...

EXPLAINER: What's behind the storming of Iraq's parliament?



EXPLAINER: What's behind the storming of Iraq's parliament?

The followers of the influential populist Shiite cleric came by ...

Chicago police are arresting thousands more Black drivers after traffic stops than they report to state regulators



Chicago police are arresting thousands more Black drivers after traffic stops than they report to state regulators

An analysis by Block Club Chicago and Injustice Watch found thousands of missing traffic stops that ended in gun-possession arrests in data Chicago police are required to report to the Illinois ...

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