Six months before the next presidential primary elections in Illinois, county clerks and other local election authorities are asking for the public’s help in stopping misinformation campaigns before they get started.
The Pritzker Administration recently announced the IHDA's approval of $19 million to support towns and local bank authorities with the acquisition, maintenance, rehabilitation and demolition of abandoned residential properties.
Quincy police chief Adam Yates said they can hold those charge with felony or misdemeanor domestic violence in jail for up to 48 hours before a court hearing determines whether pre-trial detention is necessary.
Interest rates aren’t going down any time soon--they could actually increase. The Federal Reserve made that announcement this past Wednesday. A local historian says several factors have led to these uncertain times, including an auto workers strike, labor shortage and rising oil prices.