Terry Ekl

File Photo (Tim Boyle/ Getty Images)

Naperville Probes Allegations Of Bullying, Marijuana Use

Authorities in west suburban Naperville have opened an investigation into a complaint by a former city worker who claims human resources bosses have bullied employees, spewed derogatory language, and used drugs on the job.



More Women Claim Illegal Strip Searches In Jail

After one woman accused deputies of an illegal strip search at a county jail, now more women are coming forward claiming that they, too, were subjected to similar conduct.


Police, generic desk duty illustration. (CBS)

2 Investigators: Accused Cops Draw Desk-Duty Salaries, Sometimes For Years

Some Chicago police officers accused of misconduct have been stripped of their powers and placed on paid desk duty. CBS 2’s Pam Zekman reports.


John Harris, former Chief of Staff for former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich, leaves the Dirksen Federal Building following his arraignment on charges related to the racketeering and fraud case against Blagojevich April 16, 2009 in Chicago, Illinois. Blagojevich was arraigned April 14 on 16 criminal counts including racketeering conspiracy and wire fraud.  (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Blagojevich’s Former Top Aide Seeking Probation At Sentencing

A day after former Gov. Rod Blagojevich reports to prison to begin his 14-year sentence on corruption charges next week, his former chief of staff will be in front of a federal judge, making his plea for leniency for his role in the Blagojevich case.

CBS Chicago–03/08/2012

McHenry County State’s Attorney Louis Bianchi (Credit: www.co.mchenry.il.us)

McHenry County State’s Attorney Sues Over His Prosecution

McHenry County State’s Attorney Louis Bianchi is launching counterattacks against special prosecutors who charged him with corruption.

CBS Chicago–01/19/2012

Courtroom (Photo by Joshua Gates Weisberg-Pool/Getty Images)

Bianchi Attorney Wants Pursuing Prosecutors Fired

The attorney representing McHenry County State’s Attorney Louis Bianchi wants the special prosecutors replaced.

WBBM Newsradio–04/07/2011