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Statewide COVID-19 positivity rate declines over weekend Death total since pandemic began passes 8,300. Sep 15, 2020 490
Statewide COVID-19 positivity rate declines over weekend Death total since pandemic began passes 8,300 COVID. Sep 15, 2020 534
State's wealthiest person gives $20 million to help anti-graduated tax committee Griffin was big-time donor to GOP ex-Gov. Rauner Tax: Rates will change for many if the measure passes. Sep 9, 2020 949
State's wealthiest person gives $20M to fight graduated tax. Sep 5, 2020 824
After Republican petition, special committee will investigate Madigan's ComEd ties Madigan. Sep 4, 2020 1100
Virus positivity rate remains high in areas with increased restrictions Statewide positivity rate remains level near 4 percent. Sep 1, 2020 317
Appellate court: Pritzker has authority to set inmate transfer protocols IDOC says it follows safety guidelines before accepting inmates from county jails. Aug 28, 2020 820
Statewide positivity rate ticks upward for third day One-day rate tops 5 percent for first time since early June COVID:. Aug 19, 2020 402
COVID-19 Update Positivity rate stays at 4.1 percent as state reports 20 more deaths Southern Illinois, Metro East regions still have highest positivity rates. Aug 12, 2020 329
COVID-19 Update: Rolling positivity rate over 4 percent for 5th straight day COVID. Aug 11, 2020 567
State unemployment fraud cases top 120K, driven by nationwide exploitation of new federal program Governor details 'poorly designed' system, talks schools, hospital capacity amid virus surge. Aug 11, 2020 1048
Pritzker: Virus worse in southern Illinois than in Chicago College parties, crowded bars help spread COVID-19 among young people Virus:. Aug 5, 2020 865
Sheriffs association calls Pritzker's prisoner transfer order ineffective. Jul 30, 2020 703
ComEd's bribery admission implicates Madigan Court document shows utility agrees to pay $200 million, admits attempts to influence House Speaker. Jul 21, 2020 1706
ComEd's bribery admission implicates Madigan Court document shows utility agrees to pay $200 million, admits attempts to influence House Speaker Bribery. Jul 21, 2020 313
Group launches 'tax day' push for constitutional amendment Amendment: Graduated tax a possible budgetary solution. Jul 17, 2020 908
Pritzker unveils virus mitigation playbook in case of surge Regions: Young now a driver of the virus' spread. Jul 17, 2020 1024
Governor hits road to push census. Jul 17, 2020 863
Pot nets $52M in state revenues. Jul 15, 2020 244
Recreational pot sales create $52 million in Illinois revenue in first six month. Jul 15, 2020 368
COVID-19 positivity rate levels at 3 percent as state passes 2 million tested Hospitalizations remain near pandemic lows. Jul 14, 2020 375
COVID. Jul 14, 2020 381
Opposing groups readying for fight over graduated tax. Jul 8, 2020 1129
Illinois unemployment claims still top 700,000. Jun 26, 2020 460
Perspectives on Progress: Davis says filing legislation is tool to force difficult conversations Progress: More resources needed in black communities, Davis says. Jun 26, 2020 628
Perspectives on Progress: Davis says filing legislation is a tool to force difficult conversations Suburban lawmaker says more resources needed in Black communities. Jun 26, 2020 628
Phase 4 is officially a 'go' for Friday Restaurants can seat diners inside; bowling alleys, skating rinks, clubhouses can open Reopen. Jun 23, 2020 973
Reopen. Jun 23, 2020 983
State unemployment rate drops 2 points. Jun 19, 2020 264
Pritzker signs vote-by-mail expansion. Jun 19, 2020 576
Mail-in voting expanded, Election Day to be a state holiday. Jun 17, 2020 416
Mail-in voting expanded, Election Day to be a state holiday Mail: Republicans have questioned expansion's costs. Jun 17, 2020 416
Pritzker signs vote-by-mail expansion, declares Election Day a state holiday. Jun 17, 2020 709
Governor cancels this year's state fairs. Jun 13, 2020 379
Governor signs budget Budget:. Jun 12, 2020 776
Governor signs budget, touts spending of federal funds on child care grants Financial uncertainty still swirls as COVID-19 continues to impact tax revenues. Jun 12, 2020 776
Pritzker calls on insurers to expedite claims for looted, damaged businesses. Jun 10, 2020 847
COVID-19 hospitalization numbers continue to decline as more testing sites reopen. Jun 5, 2020 479
Black Caucus: 'Far too much to accomplish' to let looting take away from message Black:. Jun 5, 2020 1137
Black Caucus: 'Far too much to accomplish' to let looting take away from message 'Burned out storefronts and looted shops' can't be monument to George Floyd, leaders say Equality. Jun 5, 2020 1102
Raoul, 17 other attorneys general ask for power to investigate police misconduct. Jun 5, 2020 460
Black legislators say there's 'far too much to accomplish' to let looting take a. Jun 3, 2020 1125
Governor tells Trump he is 'making it worse'. Jun 2, 2020 623
We'll have a budget, but much is unknown. May 25, 2020 919
We'll have a budget, but much is unknown Illinois:. May 25, 2020 820
State to notify 32,000 unemployment claimants of data breach out of 'abundance of caution'. May 23, 2020 447
Senate Republicans: Stay in session until legislature reaches a bipartisan reopening plan. May 23, 2020 713
Workers' comp measure headed to Pritzker. May 23, 2020 663
House GOP call for, but don't expect, vote on reopening plan. May 22, 2020 500
House GOP calls for -- but doesn't expect -- vote on reopening plan Plan. May 22, 2020 932
Nearly 73,000 more file for unemployment in Illinois. May 15, 2020 616
Illinois unemployment continues to skyrocket Unemployment. May 12, 2020 999
81,000 Illinoisans file claims. May 1, 2020 220
141 new COVID-19 deaths reported Thursday Changes to stay-at-home order take effect today. May 1, 2020 255
Workers' Compensation Commission repeals emergency COVID-19 rule Judge previously granted temporary restraining order on its implementation. Apr 28, 2020 465
How to find a drive-up Wi-Fi hot spot by ZIP code. Apr 18, 2020 282
141,000 new unemployment claims, 1 week More than 630,000 filed in the past 4 weeks in Illinois Since March 1, claims are higher than Great Recession Claims. Apr 17, 2020 571
Claims. Apr 17, 2020 571
COVID-19 lays racial disparities bare Race. Apr 14, 2020 773
Public health director says rate of day-to-day COVID-19 increases beginning to decline. Apr 10, 2020 1055
Pritzker: 'I've given up' on adequate federal COVID-19 response Response. Apr 7, 2020 1155
Illinois COVID cases reach 715 COVID. Apr 3, 2020 314
Illinois attorney general takes action on price gouging, warns of COVID-19 scams. Mar 27, 2020 818
State Senate, House cancel next week's session because of pandemic. Mar 26, 2020 417
Pritzker's cable call for greater federal COVID-19 help sparks presidential Twitter spat. Mar 24, 2020 1135
Pritzker calls for volunteers as confirmed coronavirus cases see largest single-day spike. Mar 24, 2020 1000
Pritzker's cable call for greater federal help sparks presidential Twitter spat. Mar 24, 2020 1135
Legislative session is canceled next week at the capitol. Mar 20, 2020 424
Events of 50 or more banned Banned. Mar 18, 2020 1192
Events of 50 or more banned. Mar 18, 2020 1108
Historic sites, recreational areas closed indefinitely. Mar 18, 2020 527
Pritzker closes schools statewide for two weeks. Mar 18, 2020 731
Pritzker closes schools statewide for two weeks. Mar 17, 2020 847
Senior group meal programs suspended, but carryout and delivery still available Seniors. Mar 13, 2020 589
'A complete mess' Two call for suspension, audit of automatic voter registration Registration. Mar 13, 2020 880
Senior group meal programs suspended, but carryout and delivery still available. Mar 13, 2020 589
Illinois Republicans call for suspension, audit of automatic voter registration. Mar 12, 2020 877
House GOP aims for FOID fixes in light of application backlog. Mar 6, 2020 908
House GOP aims for FOID fixes in light of application backlog. Mar 6, 2020 1029
Many interests at play in energy overhaul discussions at state Capitol. Mar 6, 2020 1077
House GOP aims for FOID fixes in light of application backlog. Mar 5, 2020 1040
Coalition looks to end gas bill surcharge. Mar 4, 2020 991
Local governments call for increase in state revenue sharing. Mar 3, 2020 1016
What Illinois is doing to combat coronavirus. Feb 28, 2020 354
Appellate defender calls case backlog 'a crisis in the criminal justice system'. Feb 28, 2020 704
What Illinois is doing about coronavirus. Feb 27, 2020 331
Local leaders 'disappointed' by Blago's commutation Blago. Feb 21, 2020 678
Coronavirus patients in Illinois cured, released from home isolation. Feb 19, 2020 711
Coronavirus patients in Illinois cured, released from home isolation Cured. Feb 19, 2020 712
Leaders disappointed with Blago's commutation Blago:. Feb 19, 2020 888
BLAGOJEVICH PARDONED Democratic, GOP Illinois lawmakers call President Trump's decision to commute ex-governor's sentence 'disappointing' Pardon. Feb 19, 2020 897
Illinois Coronavirus patients released from home isolation. Feb 19, 2020 594
Local state, congressional leaders 'disappointed' with Blago's commutation Blago. Feb 19, 2020 682
State Police director backs FOID fingerprinting FOID. Feb 18, 2020 794
State police director supports requiring fingerprints for FOID cards. Feb 15, 2020 509
State lawmakers renew push to let college athletes profit. Feb 15, 2020 1000
Illinois can now test for coronavirus in-state Test. Feb 14, 2020 553
Illinois can now test for coronavirus in-state. Feb 14, 2020 553
Illinois can now test for coronavirus in-state. Feb 12, 2020 553
State to release first $50 million of broadband expansion funding Applications for matching grants now being accepted Broadband. Feb 7, 2020 590

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