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Democratic Governor JB Pritzker took to Twitter Praise the Massive Defeat of a Kansas Ballot Measure Which would have repealed abortion protections enshrined in the conservative state’s constitution.

“Kansas voters have spoken up — and they have stood up forcefully for the right to choose,” said Pritzker, who has positioned himself as a national leader on abortion rights as he seeks a second term.

In Lake County, the accused Highland Park Parade shooter appeared in court and entered a not guilty plea, During the hearing, Judge Victoria Rossetti told Robert E. “Bobby” Cremo III about the range of punishments he could face, including natural life if he is convicted of first-degree murder.

And the healing continues from the parade shooting, The 93rd Annual Bud Billiken Parade is set to begin,

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The driver who survived a horrific I-90 crash near Hampshire on Sunday that killed the rest of his family and another child, died of his injuriesIllinois State Police said.

Thomas Doboz, 32, was taken to Loyola University Medical Center in Maywood after being seriously injured in a head-on collision around 2 a.m. Sunday. His 31-year-old wife Lauren Doboz and their four children – Emma, ​​13, Lucas, 7, Nicholas, 6 and Ella, 5 – all died at the scene.

18 year old security guard in jail Allegedly pretending to be a mass shooting alert Prosecutors say that in Lollapalooza so that he can leave work early.

Shortly before 3 p.m. Friday, Janya B. Williams sent a message to a witness’s cellphone via her TextNow number that read: “Gang shooting at location Lollapalooza at 4 p.m. during Williams’ bond hearing, according to prosecutors “We have 150 targets. The witness immediately told his supervisors, setting off a series of alerts to the Chicago Police and the FBI Joint Anti-Terrorism Task Force.

Illinois has joined with three other states to build a 1,100 miles EV charging circuit Creating a scenic tourist route with enough juice to get an electric vehicle from the shores of Lake Michigan, from fish boils in Green Bay to cherry picking in Traverse City.

The Lake Michigan EV Circuit Tour will incorporate existing charging infrastructure with new chargers strategically located in major coastal communities, lighthouses, state parks, breweries and other popular tourist attractions along the shoreline route.

a little piece of a legend Still lives in a small village southwest of her hometown, Chicago, while most of Nichols’ fans around the world know her for roles in “Star Trek” and NASA. Nichols died Saturday night, his son Kyle Johnson announced online. She was 89 years old.

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Tyrone Hemor, executive director and co-founder of the Robbins History Museum, said Nichols is still in touch with his local roots. For nearly 20 years, the museum has been home to one of Nichols’ outfits, playing Lieutenant Nyota Uhura in the original “Star Trek” series.

Original About the Life-Changing of Robert Magiet Facebook Groups Begins with an undeniable moment of clarity.

The 45-year-old Chicago restaurant owner was visiting friends in Louisville last October when his obesity turned into a nightmare for a fun-loving family.

The worst moment came at the end of the trip, when he accidentally broke the metal frame of a guest bed. When he offered to pay, his host waved to him.

“I said, ‘I thought about it and I don’t want you to pay me in dollars,'” she recalled. “I want you to pay me in pounds.”

Following Chicago tradition, Bruce Finkelman is planning no small for the Salt Shed. East Morton Salt Complex West Town is being turned into a performance venue and had its first outdoor concert this week.

Located directly across from Goose Island and framed to the east by the North Branch of the Chicago River, the Salt Shed occupies a 4.2-acre site that has long been open to anyone traveling to the city along the Kennedy Expressway by train or car. There is a distance marker for .

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