Illinois Governor Pat Quinn says there's nothing wrong with waiting until the last minute to file tax returns. The Chicago Democrat admitted to reporters yesterday that in the past he's been guilty of coming right up against the deadline.
Monday is that deadline -- the final day for Americans to file their 2012 tax returns.
Quinn says it's no fun to pay taxes, but it's the price of living in a democracy.
The governor has released his tax returns in years past and he said yesterday that he plans to do so again soon.
All schools in the Hazelwood School District will be in session on Monday.
The district had called off school on Thursday, the morning after an EF-2 tornado damaged homes in the north county district. Some Hazelwood schools had reopened by Friday, but others had not.
District officials say classes will resume in all district schools Monday, with counselors on hand to talk with students who are dealing with emotional strain after the storms.
School buses will be running in all neighborhoods, but one stop had to be moved because of storm damage. According to the district website, the stop for West Middle School that is normally at Lynn Haven and Howdershell will be moved this morning only to Lynn Haven and Deville.
Midwest BankCentre continues to respond to the security incident involving more than 100 loan applications.
Bank officials say they're in the process of contacting the affected individuals by phone or overnight mail to provide them with enrollment details for one free year of the LifeLock Ultimate service.
The Secret Service and the FBI investigations into the data breach are ongoing.
Bank officials say their own investigation is also underway. They are encouraging customers with any questions about the breach or the LifeLock offer to call.