Representative John Cabello Looks To Repeal FOID Cards
The Firearm Owners Identification Card Act been on Illinois' books for nearly 50 years, and 68th District Representative John Cabello thinks that's more than enough.
Goodwill Is Offering Free Tax Prep Again This Year
Goodwill’s tax sites offer free tax preparation and filing to individuals and families with income less than $56,000.
Take A Look At These Coyotes Running Around Chicago
With the Bears season over, the Bulls and Blackhawks both fairly unwatchable, and the Cubs and Sox in the off-season, coyote watching is gaining steam in Chicago (and here).
Officials Install 'Cannabis Amnesty Boxes' At O’Hare and Midway
Chicago's O’Hare and Midway international airports have added boxes where travelers can dispose of recreational marijuana before they board their flights.
Police Chief Dan O'Shea On Law Enforcement Appreciation Day
Today, January 9th, 2020, is National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. We asked Rockford Police Chief Dan O'Shea for his thoughts.
Illinois Policy's Bryce Hill On The Illinois Exodus
Illinois is losing billions each year as residents leave and take their earning potential with them. Illinois Policy took at look at why they're going, and what it costs us.
State Says $10.8 Million In Weed Sales In 1st Week
Statewide in Illinois, over 271,169 transactions took place in the first 5 days, or about $40 per sale.
Some Local Businesses Aren’t Happy With Dispensary Crowds
Urinating outside, leaving behind garbage, parking where you shouldn't park, then yelling when you're told to move are apparently annoying behaviors to nearby business owners.
Pot Dispensary Biz Is So Good, They’re Closing Today
Maybe you figured you'd let the weekend go by, and the crowds at Sunnyside Dispensary would thin down enough for a Monday visit. Well...
Changes Make More Benefits Available For Illinois’ Seniors
The Illinois Department on Aging says that as of January 1st, it's using new, higher income limits to determine eligibility for the state's Benefit Access Program.
Flying Out Of Chicago For Christmas? You’ll Have Lots Of Company
A survey recently asked what tops the list of the most stressful things at the holidays, and not surprisingly, it was traveling.
Rockford, Peoria, Chicago On Deadliest Cities List
A new report from CBS News examined last year’s murder rates across the country in 65 major cities with populations of over 100,000 people.
So, What Are Rockford’s Chances Of A White Christmas?
At this point, it would seem that "slim to none" is the answer, but you never know.
What’s The Price Tag For 2019’s 12 Days Of Christmas?
Does anyone anywhere really send their "true love" all the items from the song? And considering what would show up if you did--would your true love be happy about it?