Protesters march to the Ferguson Police Station October 13.
(AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast)
October 17, 2014

Privacy Issues Complicate Body Cams For Illinois Police

The idea of requiring police to wear body cameras has been a hot topic after the protests in Ferguson, Missouri. On Friday, a group of Illinois lawmakers discussed the issue.


October 16, 2014

After 22 Years, Crime Victims Back On Ballot

Illinois voters will be asked to answer five statewide ballot questions at the upcoming elections.  Only one of those has been years in the making, and depending whom you ask, it could have a significant effect on criminal justice in the state.


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Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller
(AP Photo/Darron Cummings, File)
October 15, 2014

Some Indiana Gay Marriages Could Be Invalid

The Indiana Attorney General's office says same-sex couples who married in the two days after the state's gay marriage ban was first struck down should confirm their marriages were properly recorded.


Steven Salaita speaks at the University of Illinois September 9.
(Jim Meadows/WILL)
October 08, 2014

Prof. Salaita Pleads His Case In Chicago

Nearly a month after the University of Illinois Board of Trustees rejected his appointment, Steven Salaita is speaking at Chicago area universities this week about what he says was a violation of academic freedom. 


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October 07, 2014

Report: Prof. Salaita Cancels UIC Address

Professor Steven Salaita, whose comments about Israel on Twitter led to the revoking of his appointment at the University of Illinois’ Urbana campus, has reportedly cancelled a speech at the Chicago campus today.


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