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Governor Quinn Thanks President For Approving Flood Request
Governor Pat Quinn is thanking President Obama for approving Illinois' request for emergency relief for victims of the recent statewide flooding. The governor tweeted his thanks yesterday, saying the President's approval will speed relief to those who suffered flood damage and enable them to begin rebuilding. The governor submitted his request for aid for eleven Illinois counties on Friday.
Limo Driver Arrested For DUI After Driving Teens To Prom
A limo driver is under arrest for DUI after being stopped by Dupage County Sheriff's officers after driving a large group of teens to their prom. A release from the sheriff's office says Richard Madison of Palos Heights was arrested on two counts of driving under the influence and one count of reckless conduct last night. Madison was reportedly driving erratically while students were on board his party bus, which prompted several of the teens to call their parents.
Lake Zurich Mayor Has Email Hacked
The newly elected mayor of an Illinois town says an email claiming he was mugged in the Phillipines is the result of an Internet hacker. Lake Zurich Mayor Thomas Poynton says he received over 50 calls yesterday about the email, which claimed he was robbed of all his cash and needed 17-hundred dollars to get home. Poynton said the email was fake, but
he wouldn't mind if someone wanted to give him the money anyway.
Powerball, Mega-Millions Jackpots Continue To Grow
One or more lucky Illinois residents could find themselves with a big pile of money this coming week. The multi-state Powerball and Mega-Millions drawings both went without winners over the weekend. The Mega-Millions jackpot grows to 170-million for Tuesday's drawing, while the Powerball jackpot grows to 350-million for Wednesday's drawing.
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