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Illinois State Rifle Association Executive Director Richard Pearson on Rittenhouse Acquittal

The jury has affirmed the basic right of self-defense for all Americans.

Bears Fall Again-Losers of 5 in a Row

Chicago sacked the second year pro six times, and linebacker Roquan Smith had a monster day with 17 total tackles, 13 of which were solo.

Weekly Cartoon: Adventures of Z-Linnie

Episode 5 — "Rotisserie Rights"

Bulls Shut Down the Knicks at Home

The Bulls had struggled, only scoring 1 out of 6 shots outside the arc and only making 2 shots at the rim.

Rittenhouse Verdict: Not Guilty!

Kyle Rittenhouse was acquitted on all charges Friday by a judge and jury in Kenosha, Wisconsin

Business

Chicago Heights City Council Moves to Help Local Companies Stay Afloat and Attract New Business

In his report to the city council, Les Swintek, city finance director, told the council that the 2021 estimated tax levy would be posted for public viewing, as required by law, before it is voted on in December. He said the tax levy is zero percent.

Former Crestwood Mayor Pleads Guilty to Participating in Bribery Scheme Involving Red-Light Camera Services

LOUIS PRESTA, 71, of Crestwood, pleaded guilty to one count of using a facility in interstate commerce in aid of bribery and official misconduct, and one count of filing a false income tax return.

Loves Park Office Manager Charged with Fraudulently Obtaining More than $1 Million from Employer

The information charges TAMMY E. MOORE, 54, with one count of wire fraud. Moore will be arraigned in U.S. District Court in Rockford on a date to be determined.

Nicky’s Gyros in Calumet City a Beacon for Great Food

“The people of Calumet City and Chicago’s South Side have been good to us and our employees. For this we are very grateful.” 

Chamber of Commerce Update: Dr. Cornel Darden Jr. on the Economic Impact of Lost Digital Information in the Chicago Southland

The economic impact of certain information loss when it comes to businesses and government bodies can be analyzed in terms of legal issues, search traffic for businesses, and history. All three areas can affect businesses and government entities economically and thus the economy overall. 

Politics

Sports

Bears Fall Again-Losers of 5 in a Row

Chicago sacked the second year pro six times, and linebacker Roquan Smith had a monster day with 17 total tackles, 13 of which were solo.

Bulls Shut Down the Knicks at Home

The Bulls had struggled, only scoring 1 out of 6 shots outside the arc and only making 2 shots at the rim.

Bulls Gain Momentum with a Win Against the Nuggets

The Bulls slept on their performance against the Trail Blazers and came prepared to face the Nuggets at the Ball Arena.

Bulls Take Crushing Blow Against Trail Blazers

By the half, the Trail Blazers were trailing the Bulls 63-48.

Bulls show no mercy with easy win against Lakers

Bulls show no mercy with easy win against Lakers (Los Angeles, California) - The Chicago Bulls took the momentum from Sunday's game to the court against the Lakers and had a better game all-around.

Bradley Report

Political Cartoons

Rittenhouse Verdict: Not Guilty!

Kyle Rittenhouse was acquitted on all charges Friday by a judge and jury in Kenosha, Wisconsin

Tiffany the Tyrant Educates the Board on How to Spell ‘Communicatinos’

Earlier the Southland Journal reported on Mayor Henyard cutting off the public chat relay on Youtube that allows for public comment for Dolton's virtual only meetings. The Public Chat feature has been the method for public comment since she took office.

Dolton mayor arrests peaceful protesters

Dolton mayor arrests peaceful protesters  (Dolton, IL) - Earlier, The Southland Journal reported that Mayor Henyard of Dolton had protesters speaking out against the police shooting of Alexis Wilson arrested.

Black communities hardest hit by recent Cook County property tax increases

Black communities hardest hit by recent Cook County property tax increases - A recent report released by the Cook County Treasurer's office details the property tax changes in 2020.

Does Mayor Ford Respect Black Businesses?

Does Mayor Ford Respect Black Businesses?