Politics and Government
JOSH LEDERMAN, Associated Press
CALVIN WOODWARD, Associated Press
URBANA — University of Illinois officials are trying to sort out how employees will be affected by Gov. Bruce Rauner's executive orders that call for travel restrictions and require additional financial disclosures.
CHICAGO — A Midwest-based accounting and business advisory firm has agreed to undertake a pro bono performance review of the Illinois treasurer's office, State Treasurer Mike Frerichs announced Monday.
PAXTON — The Country Gardens Restaurant & Pancake House on Paxton's west edge proudly displays its inspection placard on its front door.
Manager Teresa Huseini likes to show off the Country Garden's "A" grade and score of 91 that it received on its most recent inspection by the Ford County Public Health Department.
If you're ever looking for a skunk to crash a garden party, Adam Andrzejewski is your man.
CHICAGO (AP) — Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel is getting some high-profile support in his bid to win a second term as Chicago mayor.