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Kindergarten readiness improves for second straight year Kindergarten readiness improves for second straight year

Kindergarten readiness improves for second straight year

The number of Illinois children entering kindergarten who are fully prepared to start school grew for the second consecutive year in 2019, a possible indication that the state’s increased spending on early childhood education is paying off.

UPDATED: New COVID-19 restrictions to take effect in Will, Kankakee Counties Wednesday UPDATED: New COVID-19 restrictions to take effect in Will, Kankakee Counties Wednesday

UPDATED: New COVID-19 restrictions to take effect in Will, Kankakee Counties Wednesday

Illinois Gov. JB Pritzker and the state Department of Public Health on Monday announced increased restrictions for residents of Will and Kankakee Counties as the COVID-19 positivity rate there remained at or above 8 percent for three consecutive days.

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The U.S. Attorney's office has given the Special Investigating Committee a green light to pursue its probe into Speaker Michael Madigan's role in the ComEd bribery case. Rep. Tom Demmer, the ranking Republican on the panel, discusses what's next. Plus, a roundtable discussion of the 2020 Census and the state of the coronavirus pandemic.

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