Man Who Took Bribes From Food Service Workers Gets 18 MonthsA south suburban man who took bribes from food service workers to skip Illinois Department of Health training and testing has been sentenced to 18 months in prison.
Man Gets 40 Years For Arlington Heights Sexual Assault, RobberyReynaldo Pineda, 36, pleaded guilty Thursday to aggravated criminal sexual assault of a victim over 60 and home invasion causing injury during a hearing at the Rolling Meadows courthouse
Two Detainees Charged With Taking Over Part Of Cook County JailTwo detainees charged with taking over a division of the Cook County Jail for about three hours last month have been ordered held on a $1 million bond each.
Activists Raising Money To Help Children Visit Their Incarcerated MothersAdvocates for mothers in prison have started a crowdfunding effort hoping to revive a program to bus children to women’s prisons.
'Sweetheart Swindler,' Who Convinced Elderly Man She Needed Spinal Transplant, Gets Eight Years In PrisonCandy Ely raked in more than $1.2 million in cash and goods, police say.
Group Collecting Toys For Children Of Imprisoned MothersHolly Krig, director of organizing for Moms United Against Violence and Incarceration, said the group regularly organizes trips for the kids to see their moms, and this is the second year they're collecting toys.
Top Officials To Announce Effort To Cut Incarceration RatesA Chicago police spokesman says top law enforcement officials from around the country are set to announce their involvement in a new push to lower incarceration rates.
Ex-Rep. Derrick Smith’s Last-Minute Bid To Avoid Prison FailsA federal judge has ordered the West Side Democrat to report to prison by Friday and begin serving his five-month sentence for taking a $7,000 cash bribe.
Former Ald. Sandi Jackson Reports To PrisonFormer Ald. Sandi Jackson has arrived at a minimum security prison camp in West Virginia, to begin serving her yearlong prison sentence for filing a false federal income tax return.
Conservatives, Progressives Agree On Need To Help Ex-Felons Stay Out Of Prison Conservatives and progressives say they are of one mind when it comes to many programs for keeping people out of prison who don't belong there and helping them stay out of prison once they've already been behind bars, reports WBBM’s Craig Dellimore.
Prison Inmate Diagnosed With Legionnaire's DiseaseThe Illinois Department of Corrections said an inmate at Stateville Correctional Center, located in Crest Hill, has been transferred to an outside hospital for treatment of Legionnaire's Disease.
Art Exhibit Depicts Isolation Of Solitary ConfinementIt is art you will not see in a museum. The artists are prison inmates who've spent time in solitary confinement.

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