Posts Tagged ‘Illinois’
ST. LOUIS (AP) — Four Russian nationals are accused of carrying out a scheme to use electronic devices to cheat slot machines at at least 10 casinos in three states.
Brian Barnhart and Jerry Hester bring you the action at 5:00 for the pre-game and 6:00 for the tip at Madison Square Garden in the Jimmy V Classic.
Ken Springer is the new president of the new organization, Knox County Area Partnership for Economic Development.
The Knox County Area Partnership for Economic Development is a new organization that basically replaced GREDA. It is now a smaller, more focused group. Ken Springer was named president of the organization an has been on the job for just more than a week. We talked with Ken about the organization and it’s goals on the WGIL Morning News.
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) — State workers behind a challenge to an Illinois pension law declared unconstitutional plan to oppose the government’s attempt to have it speedily heard by the Illinois Supreme Court.
PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — The South Dakota Governor’s Office of Economic Development says it has resolved a dispute with Chicago officials about advertisements at O’Hare International Airport.
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) — Legislation awaiting action from Gov. Pat Quinn aims to protect Illinois citizens against intrusive eavesdropping by focusing on conversations considered “private.”
Tom Meredith will be your host. We’ll talk with Galesburg High School girls sophomore basketball coach Mike Rux at about 7:15. In our ask the expert hour after 8:00, we’ll talk cars and winter car maintenance with Myron Miller.
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) — An Illinois Legislature committee has taken action that puts a pair of the state’s electric utilities closer to receiving two more years of automatic rate hikes.