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A law that would end Illinois' status as the last state in the nation without concealed-carry provisions passed the House with enough votes to override a likely veto.
Dozens rallied along Butterfield Road on Tuesday following revelations that the Internal Revenue Service placed additional scrutiny on the tea party and other conservative groups.
The bill, sponsored by Senate Minority Leader Christine Radogno (R-Lemont), would prohibit all teens 17 and younger from using UV tanning beds.
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Deputy U.S. Marshal John Perry's mother Pamela Roberts accepts Congressional Badge of Bravery award on her son's behalf.
The Congressional Art Competition is a nationwide high school arts competition sponsored by the U.S. House of Representatives. The winner, a Palatine High School senior, will have her artwork displayed in the U.S. capitol.
Passed by a 35-21 vote, the bill now goes to the desk of Gov. Pat Quinn, who has not yet said whether he intends to sign it.
DuPage County residents affected by the mid-April flooding can apply for assistance via the Internet, phone or by going to the Lisle Police Department in person.
West Line trains are running more than a half-hour behind schedule, Metra reports.
Senate Bill 494 would allow DuPage County Chairman Dan Cronin to make additional cuts to county operations.
The Village Board will review a downtown streetscape and parking study May 20.
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