The city of Chicago and its police union on Monday announced they have reached a tentative contract agreement after four years of negotiations.
Sean Penn won't return to work on his new TV series, 'Gaslit', until it is made mandatory for all cast and crew to have been vaccinated against coronavirus.
The Scott County Board of Supervisors on Thursday approved an agreement, called a memorandum of understanding, among the county, city of Davenport, city of Bettendorf and United Way Quad Cities for the establishment of a youth assessment program connecting youth and families to preventative behavioral and mental health services to lower juvenile crime.
An Italian-American organization has filed a lawsuit seeking to force the Chicago Park District to return a Christopher Columbus statue to its pedestal in the city's Little Italy neighborhood, officials said Wednesday.
After three years of conversations and study, Scott County leaders say they're poised to approve a funding proposal to get a long-talked about youth assessment program off the ground.
While the NCAA fought against NIL ruling, many universities have taken a proactive approach, though the unknown is causing trepidation for universities at every level.
A Kewanee man was sentenced to 13 years in prison Wednesday in Henry County Circuit Court on child pornography and aggravated domestic battery charges.
Illinois voting rights groups have reached a settlement agreement with Secretary of State Jesse White over alleged violations of the federal Voting Rights Act and Illinois’ recently passed automatic voter registration law.
Bill Moos wouldn't say if the decision to retire was solely his own. He says conversations with UNL officials were "adult" but not "contentious."
The lawsuit seeks class-action status on behalf of drivers who have fed the ParkChicago machines lining city streets, alleging the 75-year agreement has led to higher parking rates, too many meters and restrictions on alternative transportation such as bicycles and ride-sharing.
Rock Island police have arrested a parolee from the Illinois Department of Corrections in connection with the May 30 shooting of a man in the 1600 block of 37th Street.
The private company that operates Chicago’s parking meters is being sued in federal court by three local residents who allege Chicago Parking Meters exclusive contract with the city is an illegal monopoly.
People targeted by a campaign robocall from former Gov. Bruce Rauner since his first campaign in 2014 will be eligible to earn a portion of a $1 million settlement agreement.
Six Flags Great America has agreed to a $36 million settlement to end a class-action lawsuit over the amusement park’s use of finger-scan entry gates.
Moline city council members unanimously approved an employment contract with incoming City Administrator Bogdan "Bob" Vitas on Tuesday night. Vitas will begin work June 14.
The Iowa Board of Medicine has issued public orders for two cases involving Quad-City doctors.
Q: I have a friend who purchased a home in 2019. He bought the home even though the home inspection found the property had a bad septic system.
The city of Moline has terminated its relationship with Strategia Consulting LLC, the Chicago public relations firm hired by former Mayor Stephanie Acri and previous council members in February at a cost of $5,000 per month. The agreement was to last through the end of December.