Posts filtered by tags: Illinois[x]


 

Illinois police officer who fatally shot Black teen Marcellis Stinnette has been fired

A Waukegan, Illinois, police officer who had been placed on leave after fatally shooting a Black teen Tuesday night has been terminated.         [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, News, Usa Today, Illinois, Waukegan Illinois, Marcellis Stinnette


Illinois police department fires officer who shot Black couple in car

An Illinois police chief announced Friday that an officer has been fired after they shot a Black couple sitting inside their car,...
Tags: Illinois


Police officer who fatally shot a Black man in Illinois has been fired, authorities say

A police officer who fatally shot a Black man in a Chicago suburb this week has been fired, authorities said Friday.
Tags: Cnn, Chicago, Illinois


Police officer who fatally shot a Black man in Illinois has been fired

A police officer who fatally shot a Black man in a Chicago suburb this week has been fired, authorities said Friday.
Tags: Cnn, Chicago, Illinois


Mertz, No. 14 Wisconsin rout Illinois 45-7 in Big Ten opener

Wisconsin's Graham Mertz gave a star-making performance on the opening night of the Big Ten's pandemic-delayed season.
Tags: Wisconsin, Illinois, Mertz, Graham Mertz


Wisconsin vs. Illinois score: Graham Mertz has breakout performance as No. 14 Badgers roll in Big Ten opener

The redshirt freshman Mertz threw five touchdown passes as Wisconsin exacted revenge for last season's upset
Tags: Wisconsin, Illinois, Badgers, Mertz, Graham Mertz


Police officer fired after fatal shooting involving unarmed Black couple in Illinois

Marcellis Stinnette, 19, was killed when an officer opened fire on his car.
Tags: Illinois, Marcellis Stinnette


Chief: Illinois officer who fatally shot Black teen from Jacksonville fired

A suburban Chicago police officer who fatally shot a Black man who was a passenger in a vehicle and wounded the Black female driver has...
Tags: Chicago, Illinois, Jacksonville


Wisconsin QB Graham Mertz nearly perfect as Badgers roll Illinois in Big Ten opener

Making his first college start, Graham Mertz completed 20-of-21 passes for five touchdowns as Wisconsin rolled Illinois in the Big Ten's opener.         [Author: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
Tags: News, Wisconsin, Illinois, Badgers, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Graham Mertz


Illinois police officer who fatally shot 19-year-old black man fired

An Illinois police officer who fatally shot a black teenager during a traffic stop this week has been fired, a new report said. The...
Tags: Illinois


FBI joins Illinois state investigation into shooting of Black couple

The U.S. Department of Justice will assist the state of Illinois in the investigation of a police officer who shot an unarmed Black...
Tags: Fbi, Illinois, U S Department of Justice


Illinois health director fights back tears during COVID-19 death totals, urges people to battle ‘pandemic fatigue’

Illinois’ public health director became visibly emotional while speaking about the state’s mounting COVID-19 death toll.
Tags: Illinois


‘Desperate to Find Message That Will Work': Illinois' Top Health Official Delivers Passionate Plea

Illinois’ top public health official, Dr. Ngozi Ezike, became visibly emotional Friday, urging people to “stay strong” as the state...
Tags: Illinois, Ngozi Ezike


51 Illinois Counties Now at ‘Warning Level' for Coronavirus, Health Officials Say

Fifty-one counties in Illinois are now at a “warning level” for coronavirus, the state’s health department said Friday.
Tags: Illinois


Illinois COVID 19 Update: IL reports 3,874 new coronavirus cases, 31 deaths

Illinois public health officials announced 3,874 new cases of COVID-19, along with 31 additional deaths Friday.
Tags: Illinois, COVID


CNN goes inside a pro-Trump watch party

CNN's Elle Reeve speaks with Trump supporters in Illinois as they watch the final debate between President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden.
Tags: News, Cnn, Stories, Illinois, Donald Trump, Trump, Elle Reeve


CNN goes inside a pro-Trump debate watch party

CNN's Elle Reeve speaks with Trump supporters in Illinois as they watch the final debate between President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden.
Tags: News, Cnn, Stories, Illinois, Donald Trump, Trump, Elle Reeve


Illinois places half of the state’s 102 counties at ‘warning level’ for coronavirus resurgence

The Illinois health department placed half of the state’s 102 counties on a warning list for a COVID-19 resurgence.
Tags: Illinois


Chicago-area grocers stock up to ward off shortages as COVID-19 cases rise

Grocery stores and suppliers in the Chicago area are stocking up on products to avert shortages as Illinois sees a resurgence of coronavirus cases.
Tags: Chicago, Illinois


How Does a Trademark Protect Your Business Name?

A company’s business name is among one of its most powerful branding assets. And as with other business assets, it’s wise to protect it. If a business owner fails to do so, they run the risk of another company using the name. That can potentially confuse customers and create legal issues. Formally registering a business as an LLC or corporation will offer some protection of the name. However, it’s not as extensive as the protection a trademark provides. How registering as an LLC or corporation ...
Tags: Elsa, Legal, Sales, United States, Tennessee, Uspto, Illinois, Trademark, LLC, DBA, Best of Times, Starting A Business, U S Patent and Trademark Office USPTO, Nellie Akalp, Business Name, Applying For A Trademark


Work-at-home crowd prefers to relocate to places with lower taxes, less regulation

When people can work wherever they want, where do they choose to live? And perhaps more importantly, where do they choose to leave? Traditionally, decisions about where to live have been closely tied to decisions about where to work. If you got a job in Phoenix, you head to Phoenix. COVID-19-related workplace disruptions caused many companies to move all or part of their operations temporarily online. As the pandemic has dragged on, many of these virtual workplace arrangements have become perman...
Tags: New York, California, Opinion, West Virginia, Sport, Soccer, Idaho, Maine, Lausd, North America, Illinois, Dianne Feinstein, Phoenix, John Phillips, SMU, New York California


'Mama, they just shot us for nothing': Illinois police officer fatally shoots Black teen, injures woman

People are protesting in Waukegan, Illinois, after a police officer fatally shot 19-year-old Marcellis Stinnette on Tuesday.         [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, News, Usa Today, Illinois, Waukegan Illinois, Marcellis Stinnette


SPC MD 1749

MD 1749 CONCERNING SEVERE POTENTIAL...WATCH POSSIBLE FOR NORTHWEST MISSOURI...CENTRAL IOWA...SOUTHWEST WISCONSIN...FAR NORTHWEST ILLINOIS Mesoscale Discussion 1749 NWS Storm Prediction Center Norman OK 0453 PM CDT Thu Oct 22 2020 Areas affected...northwest Missouri...central Iowa...southwest Wisconsin...far northwest Illinois Concerning...Severe potential...Watch possible Valid 222153Z - 230000Z Probability of Watch Issuance...40 percent SUMMARY...Storms are likely to increase in...
Tags: Weather, Washington, Missouri, Iowa, Wisconsin, Kansas, Jackson, Illinois, Norman, Jewell Grams


Black teen killed, woman injured in Illinois police shooting that leaves families wanting answers

A Waukegan police officer fired his gun after a vehicle he was approaching began to reverse, police said. No gun was found in the car,...
Tags: Illinois, Waukegan


Progressive hikes Illinois rates from COVID-19 lows as more drivers hit the road

After lowering auto insurance rates by about 10% in the summer, Progressive is increasing rates by 4.2% to most of its Illinois policyholders, according to filings from the Illinois Department of Insurance.
Tags: Illinois, COVID


Big Ten football starts this weekend, but COVID-19 crowd bans leave college towns struggling

Big Ten and other college football means millions to communities across Illinois and northwest Indiana. But this year fewer games are being played and spectators are scarce.
Tags: Indiana, Illinois, COVID


4 things to do today to save money if you want to go to grad school in 5 years

Ruobing Su/Business Insider Bluenemo/Getty To save for grad school in five years, set a clear goal for how much you want to have saved. Consider your current living costs plus tuition, factor in anything you'll earn while in school, and then decide how much you may need to borrow. Consider refinancing any private student loans from your undergraduate degree, and save the difference.  Then, start saving in the right place for your time frame — a 529 plan might be the right move i...
Tags: Personal Finance, Trends, Graduate School, Student Loans, Illinois, College Savings, Student Loan, Kevin Walker, Walker, Frerichs, 529 Plan, Michael Frerichs, Graduate Degree, Saving for College, Liz Knueven, PFI SP


Paper: Congress must clarify limits of gene-editing technologies

How the next Congress decides to handle the issue editing human sperm and eggs will affect the science, ethics and financing of genomic editing for decades to come, said Jacob S. Sherkow, a professor of law at Illinois who studies the ethical and policy implications of advanced biotechnologies.
Tags: Science, Congress, Illinois, Jacob S Sherkow


New COVID-19 restrictions imposed on south, west suburbs

Gov. JB Pritzker announced a return to Phase 3 restrictions in some Chicago suburbs as Illinois sees a sharp rise in COVID-19 cases.
Tags: News, Chicago, Illinois, JB Pritzker


Illinois set to order tighter restrictions on bars, restaurants and gatherings in several suburban counties as coronavirus positivity rates rise

The state is set to roll back reopening restrictions across a wide swath of suburban Chicago later this week as Illinois continues to...
Tags: Chicago, Illinois