Chicago Man Breaks Up With Illinois, Moves To Indiana: ‘I’m Giving Up’ David Mansfield is so done with the politics, pension debt, taxes -- you name it. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports. Former City Official Gets 10 Years In Red Light Camera Bribery Case A former Chicago transportation official has been sentenced to 10 years in prison after he was convicted of taking bribes to steer $100 million in red-light camera contracts to a company in Phoenix.
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Chicago Man Breaks Up With Illinois, Moves To Indiana: ‘I’m Giving Up’ David Mansfield is so done with the politics, pension debt, taxes -- you name it. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports. Siblings Accused Of Killing Nykea Aldridge Have Long List Of Priors 2 Investigator Pam Zekman looks at the criminal histories of Darwin and Derren Sorrells, who have been charged in Aldridge's death.
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