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Regarding Kavanaugh Debate, Senator Mazie Hirono Tells Men of Country To ‘Shut Up And Step Up, Do the Right Thing for a Change’

Asked whether her being one of four women on the Senate Judiciary Committee impacts the Brett Kavanaugh proceedings, Senator Mazie Hirono says, “I just want to say to the men of this country: Just shut up and step up. Do the right thing for a change.” Asked Tuesday, September 18, 2018 at a Capitol Hill […]

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Way, Hay Tow Them Away No More? State’s Illinois Commerce Commission Revokes Lincoln Towing’s License

The Illinois Commerce Commission (ICC) has revoked the license of one of Chicago’s infamous towing companies, Lincoln Towing (Vince Gerasole reports). Lincoln Towing at 4882 North Clark Street has been closed by the Illinois Commerce Commission. A recent investigation by the Illinois Commerce Commission goes back to February 24, 2016, but a notorious Lincoln Towing […]

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Former President Obama Speaks at the University of Illinois, Tells Students “Appealing to Tribe, Appealing to Fear, Pitting One Group Against Another Is an Old Playbook”

Streaming Video of former President Barack Obama’s speech at the University of Illinois Urbana Champaign (Barack Obama speech, elapsed time -1:34). Former President Barack Obama (#44) spoke to students at the University of Illinois, where he accepted the Paul H. Douglas Award for Ethics in Government on September 7, 2018. Obama, who once scolded then […]

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Mayor Rahm Emanuel Announces He Will Not Seek Re-Election for Mayor of City of Chicago

Emanuel said in a news conference today that he will not seek re-election. He said in the past seven years he has sacrificed and given his best, but is ready for a new chapter with his family. Rahm Emanuel has been in office since 2011. I’ve decided not to seek re-election. This has been a […]

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Illinois State Police Arrest Rev. Gregory Livingston and Other Protesters Near Cumberland and Higgins, Prevent Blockage of I-190

Chicago police and Illinois State police worked to prevent O’Hare International Airport — a federal facility — from being shut down. Illinois State Police using portable loudspeakers warned the demonstrators that anyone who attempted to enter the expressway would be arrested … and arrest they did. Arlingtoncardinal.com/OhareTraffic Near Higgins and Cumberland, protest organizer Rev. Gregory […]

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Protestors Plan to Block I-190 Near O’Hare, Disrupt Air Travel at O’Hare Labor Day

Travelers headed to O’Hare International Airport on Labor Day September 3, 2018, and commuters in the area may be affected by another gun violence protest planned for the Chicago area — this time along I-190 near O’Hare International Airport. Arlingtoncardinal.com/OhareTraffic The I-190 protest is scheduled to begin about 11:30 a.m. Labor Day Monday September 3, […]

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Protest for Curbing Gun Violence Planned for I-190 to Block Traffic In and Out of O’Hare Labor Day

Protesters, led by Rev. Gregory Livington, plan to march along Interstate 190 near O’Hare International Airport on Labor Day to shut down the Interstate 190 with their goal of spreading a message to curb Chicago violence. The I-190 protest is scheduled to begin about 11:30 a.m. Labor Day Monday September 3, 2018 at Cumberland Avenue […]

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New Backup Power Generator Arrives for New Arlington Heights Police Station

If remaining construction goes as planned, the new Arlington Heights police station will be opening soon — possibly even September 2018. On Monday, August 20, 2018 a custom-made power generator arrived. The backup power generator will be the largest power generator that the Village of Arlington Heights operates. The diesel-powered generator will be moved into […]

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Water Main Break in Your Neighborhood? Why You Should Be Concerned — and Notified

You might think of a water main break as a traffic inconvenience when a road is closed for repair; or you might be concerned about damage to your driveway, your parkway, or landscaping. Have you thought much about how a water main break might affect your drinking water safety? Road closed for water main break […]

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News Outlets Vox and ProPublica Are Under Fire for Trying to Humanize MS-13 Members

American Majority CEO Ned Ryun on how Vox and ProPublica are under fire for downplaying the threat posed by MS-13, describing the gang as strictly an “American problem” on The Evening Edit on Fox Business with Elizabeth McDonald. In Suffolk County, New York between Jan 2016 and June 2017 MS-13 was responsible for 40 percent […]

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Former NYC Mayor Giuliani Praises Garry McCarthy, Slams Rahm Emanuel in Tweets on Chicago Gun Violence

Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani weighed in on a bloody weekend in Chicago, in a mistake-laden tweetstorm, blaming the city’s Democratic elected leaders, and claiming former Police Supt. and current mayoral candidate Garry McCarthy “can do a lot better.” Matt Yurus reports. Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani criticized the City of Chicago […]

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Woman Who Got Speeding Ticket in Arlington Heights Is Suing Cook County Because Personal Data Is Exposed In Cook County Traffic Records

If you’ve ever received a traffic ticket in Cook County, your personal information could be a click away. 2 Investigator Brad Edwards sat down with Mary Nisi, the woman who’s suing Cook County Circuit Court Clerk Dorothy Brown in hopes of protecting your privacy. Mary Nisi got a speeding ticket in Arlington Heights in 2005. […]

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