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The FCI Englewood federal prison in Littleton, Colo., is where former Gov. Rod Blagojevich will be serving his 14-year prison sentence. (Credit: CBS)

Suspicious Envelope Sent To Prison Where Blagojevich Is Held

A white, powdery substance sent to the suburban Denver prison where convicted Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich is being held wasn’t hazardous.

04/02/2012

Suspicious Envelope

Israeli Consulate To Reopen After Being Evacuated

The Israeli Consul General in Chicago says the consulate in the Ogilvie Transportation Center is expected to reopen Tuesday morning, a day after being evacuated because of a suspicious envelope.

CBS Chicago–01/31/2012

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Israeli Consulate Evacuated For Suspicious Package

The Israeli consulate in downtown Chicago was evacuated Monday afternoon after a worker opened a package containing a suspicious white powder.

CBS Chicago–01/30/2012

A man holds on to a prison bar inside of a jail cell. (Photo by Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images)

Prison Inmate Suspected Of Mailing Powder To Grundy Courthouse

Authorities have identified a prison inmate as the person allegedly responsible for sending a suspicious powder to the Grundy County courthouse last month.

CBS Chicago–12/05/2011

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Letter With White Powder Found At Grundy County Courthouse

Five people have been taken to the hospital as a precaution after opening a letter containing an unknown white power at the courthouse in Grundy County.

WBBM Newsradio–11/21/2011

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Mailing With White Powder At Daley Plaza Proves Harmless

The suspicious substance at an envelope sent to the Daley Center courthouse and office building downtown turned out to be powdered drywall.

CBS Chicago–08/02/2011

Several ambulances were sent to a possible Hazmat situation at an Elgin courthouse. (Credit: Anna Scheid)

Elgin Appellate Court Closed After White Powder Incident

Authorities in Elgin are waiting for test results to identify the white powdery substance that was found in an envelope sent to the Appellate Court Building on Monday.

CBS Chicago–05/03/2011