Rauner Plans To Sell Thompson Center To Developers Gov. Bruce Rauner has announced plans to ask state lawmakers to allow him to unload the costly Thompson Center in the Loop, and move 2,200 state employees to other office space. Ex-CPS Chief Barbara Byrd-Bennett Pleads Guilty To Kickback Scheme Former Chicago Public Schools CEO Barbara Byrd-Bennett has pleaded guilty to a bribery scheme to steer more than $23 million in no-bid contracts to a former employer for $2.3 million in bribes and kickbacks.
McHenry High School Teachers Ratify New Contract Lawsuit Seeking To Give Deaf Prisoners Access To Interpreters Granted Class Action Status Emanuel Expresses Outrage At Byrd-Bennett, Denies Involvement In SUPES Contracts St. Louis Mayor Brushes Off Emanuel’s Offer To Bet On Cubs-Cards Series State’s Attorney Candidate Pushes Idea Of Dedicated Gun Court McHenry Teachers Strike Enters Day 7 Feds: Ex-CPS CEO Barbara Byrd-Bennett To Plead Guilty To Corruption Charges Mixed Results At Start Of Taxi Driver Strike
Fans Celebrate As Cubs Clinch Postseason Series At Home It was one big party last night in Wrigleyville after the Cubs did something they've never done in the 101 year history of Wrigley Field - clinch a postseason series at home - the opponent was the arch rival Cardinals. Schaumburg Man Charged With Robbing Lisle Dunkin’ Donuts A Schaumburg man has been charged with robbing a Dunkin’ Donuts store last month in west suburban Lisle.
After The Bell: Stocks Close Lower Ahead of Key Earnings Cubs Fan Using App To Play ‘Go Cubs Go’ On St. Louis Area Juke Boxes Man Tried To Sexually Assault Woman Near Lincoln Park Zoo Take A Photo With Stanley Cup At Millennium Park Kenosha County Murder Suspect Apprehended In Northern Illinois Man Pleads Not Guilty To 1985 Rape And Murder Of Glen Ellyn Teen Two In Custody After Shooting, Crash In Bronzeville Rauner Plans To Sell Thompson Center To Developers