Cook County Delays Vote On $36M Contract To Upgrade Court ComputersCook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle is sticking with a plan to have a Texas company upgrade outdated court computer systems, despite some questions.
Feds: Dorothy Brown Requested $10,000 Loan From An EmployeeThe Cook County Circuit Court Clerk has not been charged with any crime and denies any wrongdoing.
Commissioner Withdraws Proposal To Make Circuit Court Clerk An Appointed PositionCook County's embattled Circuit Court Clerk Dorothy Brown scored a big victory today as some county board members suddenly abandoned their plan to make the clerk's job an appointed post.
Former Employee In Dorothy Brown’s Office To Plead Guilty To Federal ChargesOn an Election Day that saw Cook County Circuit Court Clerk Dorothy Brown fighting for her job, a former lower-level employee in her office agreed to plead guilty to federal charges.
Feds Signal Investigation Into Cook County Circuit Court Clerk's OfficeA Friday prosecutors' statement says Sivasubramani Rajaram is accused of lying to a grand jury investigating "possible criminal violations in connection with the purchasing of jobs and promotions within" the clerk's office led by Dorothy Brown.
Cook County Democrats Withdraw Endorsement Of Court Clerk Dorothy BrownCook County Democratic Party bosses have voted to dump Circuit Court Clerk Dorothy Brown from the party’s 2016 ticket, amid a federal probe into the clerk and her husband, and instead gave their support to Ald. Michelle Harris (8th).
Federal Probe Into Cook County Official Reportedly Gains SteamCBS 2 Chief Correspondent Jay Levine reports on a call for the resignation of Cook County Circuit Court Clerk Dorothy Brown from the candidate planning to run against her.
Activists Defend Controversial Anti-Violence Program NRIActivists are defending a controversial anti-violence program, launched by Governor Quinn, saying despite recent criticism, the program has done more good than bad.
Clerk's Office Struggles With Mountains Of PaperNow officials are trying to go green and clean up some of that paper. But as CBS 2’s Pamela Jones reports, they have a long way to go.
Lt. Governor Simon Calls For Equal Pay For Women At RallyThe Lieutenant Governor of Illinois says there's been progress for women, but not enough in terms of pay at an equal pay for women rally in downtown Chicago.
Four Years After Charges Dropped, Soldier Still Trying To Clear His NameA local Iraq War veteran has been trying to clear his name, after he was accused of attacking a family member.
Street Lights Go Dark For Weeks, Say Frightened West Side ResidentsA six-block stretch of Pulaski Avenue between Madison and Fulton was pitch black Tuesday night, CBS 2 observed.

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