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River North landlord, city locked in billboard battle

State Sen. Donne Trotter pleads guilty to bringing gun to O’Hare

Gutierrez, Paul Ryan push for immigration reform during Chicago appearance

U.S. Reps. Luis Gutierrez (D-Ill.) and Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) made the case for reforming the U.S. immigration system while speaking at a City Club of Chicago luncheon Monday. The unlikely pair said they plan to introduce legislation that would tighten immigration rules while providing a path to citizenship for those who reside in the country illegally.


Chicago company's trademark suit against Facebook delayed

Law firm Shefsky sued over IPO work

Cook County sued for allegedly mishandling pension of Army reservist

E-filing contract for county courts wins board approval

A three-year extension of a contract with an Alabama-based company to implement the Circuit Court of Cook County’s new e-filing system will move forward despite concern from several county commissioners over the procurement process surrounding the contract.

The County Board voted Wednesday to extend the agreement with On-Line Information Services, Inc. for three years beginning June 7, 2013. The company was chosen from a pool of eight that responded to the county’s request for qualifications.

More Caterpillar workers battle union fines over strike

Ex-sports facilities authority exec director sues White Sox owner, former Gov. Thompson

Perri Irmer, former executive director of the Illinois Sports Facilities Authority – which oversees the operation of the Chicago White Sox’s U.S. Cellular Field – is suing White Sox owner Jerry Reinsdorf and former Gov. Jim Thompson for what she claims was a wrongful termination from her position.