Gun owners in Illinois are waiting too long to receive their firearms owner identification (FOID) cards, and the Illinois State Rifle Association (ISRA) has joined a lawsuit against the Illinois State Police to fix the problem, ISRA Executive Director Richard A. Pearson announced in a bulletin to members last week.
Research by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) debunked findings from a recent study by a Chicago researcher suggesting that Waukegan residents in close proximity to Medline Industries have higher levels of the carcinogen ethylene oxide (EtO) in their blood.
Thanks to the efforts of historic preservation advocates in Illinois, 12 sites in the state were added to the National Register of Historic Places during 2019, the Illinois Department of Natural Resources (IDNR) announced today.
The Illinois Department of Transportation is continuing its proud tradition of celebrating African American History Month with a full schedule of special events open to the public throughout the month of February.
A McLean County judge failed to revoke bail for Jose Rodriquez, the 28-year-old man from Honduras living in the country illegally who on Monday pleaded guilty to killing 39-year-old Corey Cottrell in Bloomington in a hit-and-run last June.
The Illinois Department of Natural Resources (IDNR) today announced applications are being accepted for grants through the Recreational Trails Program (RTP), Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) Program, and Illinois Bicycle Path Grant Program.
With recreational marijuana use now legal across most of Illinois, one renowned health care policy expert says he hopes the state does not follow the path set by Colorado and other pot-legalization pioneers.