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Fifth coronavirus case in Illinois; officials say risk remains low Fifth coronavirus case in Illinois; officials say risk remains low

Fifth coronavirus case in Illinois; officials say risk remains low

Public health officials in Illinois reported Thursday that a fifth person in the state has been infected with the novel coronavirus, but they insist the overall risk to the public remains low.

Chief justice seeks $1.6 million in tech upgrades to better connect state’s courts Chief justice seeks $1.6 million in tech upgrades to better connect state’s courts

Chief justice seeks $1.6 million in tech upgrades to better connect state’s courts

Illinois’ justice system has a problem, the top court’s chief justice told lawmakers this week. There is no statewide system to track how many people are in jail and for how long, for example, or how quickly judges clear their docket.

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