Bookings are way up at Cook County Law Enforcement. Drugs and alcohol are major reasons. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with Sheriff Mark Falk about prescription drugs, prom and courthouse security.
Blue Cross is proposing changes in how they pay small hospitals and how much. It could result in a 12.2 percent cut to Cook County North Shore Hospital.
The weather has warmed up and the snow is melting, but rain and cooler weather lies ahead this week.
Each weekend WTIP news produces a round up of the news stories they’ve been following this week. Ely business owners organize against non-ferrous mining.
Cook County Community Education is once again offering the class "Fathers Are Needed" (FAN), for dads of all ages.
The County Commissioners met this week and Blue Ribbon awards, county administrators and much more was on the agenda WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with 4th District Commissioner Heidi Doo-Kirk
Great Expectations Charter School is up to full enrollment for the next school year. Their greenhouse is also full ready for the spring plant sale.
ISD166 will begin interviewing for a 6-12 Principal. The school board is looking for volunteers to be a the screening panel.
Cook County Higher Education has been successful in getting $18,000 of its funding reinstated.