A day after he apparently was turned away from a federal prison in North Carolina, former Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. has been allowed to surrender to federal custody three days early to begin serving his 30-month sentence.
CBS 2 has learned Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr.’s campaign finance reports do not provide details for hundreds of thousands of dollars in credit card charges, or for an $8,000 purchase from a suburban furniture store. That, amid reports the federal probe is focused on alleged misuse of campaign cash to redecorate his home.
Two reports are out on the collapse of the stage at last summer’s Indiana State Fair, and the response to the disaster, in which seven people died and dozens were hurt.
Here is a roundup of storm damage reports from various suburban agencies.
A couple of new economic reports Wednesday suggest a stronger job market but increased concerns about inflation.