Terrence Ingram, a world renowned naturalist who once saved the Bald Eagle from being on the endangered species list, was recently met by the Illinois Agricultural Department which seized his privately-owned bees.
Illinois leaps to the forefront of Green New Deal madness. Let's investigate what's going on.
Chicago's speed cameras churned out hundreds of thousands of violations in the month after the city dropped the threshold for automated ticketing from 10 miles per hour over the speed limit to just six, data show.
If you want any more evidence COVID-19 has been a pandemic of inequality - take, for example, Chicago restaurant owners, who plan to introduce vaccinated and non-vaccinated sections, according to CBS Chicago.
Chicago's largest police union on Wednesday issued a vote of no confidence against Mayor Lori Lightfoot and Chicago Police Department Superintendent David Brown.
Facebook users in Illinois stand to gain between $200 and $400 each after the tech giant was ordered to pay a $650 million settlement for illegally collecting biometric data for facial recognition.
Why Illinois Is In Trouble: 122,258 Public Employees Earned $100,000+ Costing Taxpayers $15.8 Billion
REVEALED: First completed full-scale hyperloop system constructed of 'vibranium' made famous in 'Black Panther' will take passengers on Chicago-Cleveland route at speeds up to 750 miles per hour by 2028
Despair, as best as we can tell, is the emotion growing most rapidly in Illinois, and yesterday, February 17, was particularly dispiriting.
A second Democratic leader is pushing for loosening COVID-19 restrictions, just days before President-elect Biden is set to be sworn in.
The food industry is about to take a giant leap forward towards sustainability as a new partnership between Chicago-based food processing company Archer Daniels Midland and InnovaFeed, a French firm that makes insect protein for animal feed, are set