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“I was hoping I would never have to set foot in this building again, but here I am," the former governor said at a court hearing.
The number of Illinois residents with FOID cards has almost doubled, from 1.2 million in 2010 to 2.2 million currently.
A judge on Monday granted lawyers for Jussie Smollett more time to prepare arguments on several issues, including whether they can introduce a key witness's previous conviction for battery.
All cases, names and descriptions are provided by the Illinois State Police website.
The court's opinion Thursday clears the way for a trial against Normal and three former police detectives accused of maliciously prosecuting Alan Beaman for the 1993 murder of an Illinois State University student.
Bond was set Wednesday for a Bloomington man charged with home invasion and aggravated domestic battery.
Prosecutors told jurors Tuesday that Amari McNabb killed Juan Nash in April 2019 for “revenge and retaliation” for a separate murder the year before, but his defense lawyer said the State's Attorney's Office has “no evidence” to prove guilt.
The Normal Town Council authorized purchasing a new booster station for $521,324 from EFI-Solutions
Gov. J.B. Pritzker signed four bills into law Monday aimed at protecting the state’s immigrant and refugee populations, saying they will help make Illinois “the most welcoming state in the United States” for immigrants.
Advocates for the new law said it provided support needed to retrieve guns from those with revoked FOID cards, while also streamlining the application and renewal process for law-abiding gun owners.
Illinois will effectively end immigrant detention and further restrict local law enforcement's ability to cooperate with federal immigration authorities under a plan signed into law Monday.