In this Dec. 7, 2011 file photo, former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich, left, speaks to reporters as his wife, Patti, listens at the federal building in Chicago, after Blagojevich was sentenced to 14 years on 18 corruption counts.
(AP Photo/M. Spencer Green, File)
August 19, 2015

Full Court Won’t Rehear Blagojevich Appeal

The imprisoned Democratic former governor had hoped the full court in Chicago might overturn more of his 18 convictions than the five counts a three-judge panel tossed in July.


Dollars and pennies.
Wikimedia Commons
August 19, 2015

Illinois Issues: In The Red

 As Gov. Bruce Rauner and Democratic legislative leaders go back and forth over the governor’s policy agenda and topics like lawmakers’ pay dominate the news cycle, it is easy to lose sight of the actual budget. 


The administration Building at Eastern Illinois University, known as Old Main
(Wikimedia Commons)
August 18, 2015

Eastern Illinois Laying Off 67 With More To Come

EIU identified 118 jobs for elimination, with 50 of those positions vacant.  Those jobs are in civil service, as well as administrative and professional areas.


Main Library at the University of Illinois
(Wikipedia)
August 17, 2015

UI Main Library Benefits From Business’ Closure

The crowdfunding campaign led by U of I Technology Services employee Dena Strong (and aided by library grant funds) brought in around 1,000 hard to find DVD's and Blu-Ray's with the closure of a popular Campustown business.


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