The State of Illinois estimates that there are between 15 and 18 percent of Illinois drivers out there driving without car insurance. Since we have an estimated 8.5 million drivers in our state, that means there are around 1.5 million people driving uninsured.
Let's say that you've gotten the COVID-19 vaccine, and your best friend hasn't. Are you more of a "live and let live" sort of person who is cool with others making their own decisions while you make yours, or do you have to end the friendship?
If you were watching "60 Minutes" Sunday night, you saw a segment detailing how the U.S. government is pretty much acknowledging the existence of what they call "UAPs," or what the rest of us call UFOs.
Thursday's announcement by the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that fully vaccinated people do not need to wear a mask or stay 6 feet apart from others in most cases, whether indoors or outdoors, has been met with some confusion.
If you've thought that there has been a lot more speeding and reckless driving since the pandemic began last March, you're absolutely right. Illinois traffic deaths during this COVID-19 nightmare have been spiking.