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Getty Images Not much was expected from Marquis Teague during his rookie season, but the point guard gave the Bulls solid contributions whenever his number was called. advertisement Unfortunately for rookie Marquis Teague, he was drafted to a team with a head coach who has a reputation for not playing rookies.
advertisement The Illinois Senate has approved a measure that would create a state-governed “insurance exchange” so individuals and small businesses can shop for health care coverage as required by President Obama’s health law. Lawmakers voted Thursday 37-19 to send the House a bill — HB3227 — establishing the Illinois Health Insurance Marketplace.
Release Date: May 23, 2013 For immediate release The exemption designed to protect small debit card issuers from interchange fee standards applied to large issuers is working as intended, a Federal Reserve Board report released Thursday showed. Small depository institutions with consolidated assets of less than $10 billion, which are exempt from the interchange fee standard in Regulation II, received fee revenue of 43 cents per transaction in 2012.
advertisement One person was killed Thursday morning in a crash on the Chicago Skyway, Chicago Police said. The crash happened just after 5 a.m.
PAWS Chicago is sending its medical team and volunteers to Oklahoma Friday to take in about 75 displaced, injured and homeless pets as a result of the tornado. PAWS Chicago executive director Rochelle Michalek talks to Daniella Guzman.
unable to retrieve full-text content The NBC 5 News Today team takes a behind-the-scenes look at the Today Show’s visit to the Windy City.
Getty Images for Nike (Photo by Larry Busacca/Getty Images for Nike) advertisement Good morning and welcome to Bear Bites, your morning rundown of Chicago Bears news. The day after Brian Urlacher’s retirement the news is all about no.
advertisement Does Barbara Byrd-Bennett know which city’s schools she’s closing? During an interview on Good Day Chicago , Bennett declared that the Chicago Public Schools’ decision to close 50 schools was “not made haphazardly.
Several buses full of protestors headed to McDonald’s shareholders meeting Thursday to fight for less than minimum wage. McDonald’s Workers Rally For Higher Wages Copy Close Link to this video http://www.nbcchicago.com/video/#!/news/local/McDonald’s-Workers-Rally-For-Higher-Wages/208655421 Copy Close Embed this video Replay advertisement Workers Fight for Increase in Minimum Wage Hundreds of workers say they can’t live on the $8.25/hour they’re currently earning.