Travelers wait in line after several delays at O'Hare International Airport in Chicago.
(AP Photo/Paul Beaty)
April 13, 2015

Are People Really Leaving Illinois In Droves?

Last year, Illinois was one of a handful of states that lost population. More than 90,000 people moved elsewhere.  It became a campaign issue for Governor when then candidate Bruce Rauner criticized the state's lack of friendliness to business, but the numbers don't mean mean there is a crisis, or even a real clamor, to leave the state.                    


Jarling's Custard Cup on 309 W Kirby Ave, which closed its doors last Monday when inventory ran out, has resumed operations on limited hours.
(Photo: Facebook)
April 06, 2015

Jarling’s Custard Cup To Re-Open Wednesday

A week after the popular frozen custard location closed its doors, the owners say they'll operate four days a week, beginning April 8.  There's no word on a new owner.


In this Feb. 9 file photo, Governor Bruce Rauner speaks to reporters during a news conference in his office in Springfield
(AP Photo/Seth Perlman, File)
March 05, 2015

Unions Sue To Block Gov. Rauner’s Order On Dues Collection

27 unions are suing Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner over his executive order ending a requirement that state workers pay union dues.  Rauner's spokesman says unions are clinging to what he calls the "broken status quo.''


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