U. Of I. Warns Pension Reform Glitch Could Lead To Mass Retirements The University of Illinois was warning state lawmakers of a problem with a pension reform plan that the school fears will trigger a crippling “brain drain” as faculty members consider retiring this summer. Report: Mole In Rezko, Carothers Cases Arrested For Fraud Federal authorities gave long-time government mole John Thomas a Good Friday surprise, arresting him at his home early Friday morning, the Sun-Times is reporting.
City Watchdog: 17 Firefighters And Paramedics Falsified Mileage Records Environmental Groups Sue To Stop Illiana Tollway Complaint Hearing Against Gary Fire Chief Suspended After 4 Hours Illinois Medical Marijuana Rules Drop Gun Language House Bill Offers $100M To Lure Obama Presidential Library To Illinois Tunney Wary Of Project For Lakeview “L” Overpass Kirk Reverses Course, Endorses Oberweis Against Durbin Lake Station Mayor, Wife Plead Innocent To Corruption Charges
State’s First Artificial Heart Patient Dies It started as a medical miracle: A man who desperately needed a heart transplant was given the state's first full artificial heart. It kept him alive, until something went wrong. CBS 2's Brad Edwards reports. Man Who Shot At Mosque With Pellet Gun Gets Probation David Conrad, 51, pleaded guilty to felony reckless discharge of a firearm and knowingly damaging school property, court records show.
Lake County Inmate On Suicide Watch Hangs Himself 10 Years Ago This Weekend, Deadly Tornado Ripped Through Utica, Ill. Cook County Issues 1,000th Same-Sex Marriage License Far South Side Residents Endorse Red Line Extension Members Of Chicago’s Polish Community Look Forward To John Paul II’s Canonization In Rome Someone You Should Know: Lady Who Came Up With The Name ‘Big Mac’ One Year Later, Memory Of Chicago-Area Flood Lingers Mayor Emanuel To Return $8,200 Expense For Obama Inaugural