A Naperville man with an extensive Criminal Record is Charged for Brandishing a Gun, Illinois School Chiefs pressure lawmakers to pass a new Budget, and Illinois Legislatures endorse a plan to automatically register qualified voters

A Naperville man with a record of more than 40 citations and arrests in the last 17 years is charged with pulling a gun during a road rage incident. Police say 30-year-old John Collazo was arrested last week after they say he confronted a Glen Ellyn man near Bruce Lane and Route 59. Police say he waved a gun and pointed it at the other driver.

Illinois school chiefs are pressing lawmakers to pass a budget that fully funds schools before the legislative session draws to a close next week. School district superintendents from across the state will convene at the state capitol on the general assembly’s Wednesday deadline.

The Illinois legislature has overwhelmingly endorsed a plan to automatically register qualified voters. The proposal would automatically register those eligible when they visit Secretary of State’s offices and several other state agencies unless they opt out.