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AP - Illinois Public Media News - September 27, 2014 ~ Comment (0)

After Sabotage, Air Travel System Slowly Recovers

By The Associated Press, with Addtional Reporting from National Public Radio

Travelers lined up Friday at O'Hare International Airport.

The nation's air travel system is beginning a slow recovery after an alleged act of employee sabotage at a control center brought Chicago's two international airports to a halt.  At the height of the travel misery Friday, more than 2,000 flights in and out of O'Hare and Midway airports were cancelled.

Categories: Government, Transportation

WILL - Illinois Public Media News - September 27, 2014 ~ Comment (0)

U of I Recognized As Paralympic Training Site

By Jeff Bossert

University of Illinois graduate Tatyana McFadden competing in the 2012 Paralympic games.

The University of Illinois’ Urbana campus has become an official training site for wheelchair racing in the Paralympic games.  The US Olympic Committee made the announcement Friday.


AP - Illinois Public Media News - September 27, 2014 ~ Comment (0)

Ex-Sen. Ronald Burris An Issue In Chicago Trial

By The Associated Press

Former U.S. Senator and Illinois Attorney General Roland Burris

An Illinois Democrat appointed by disgraced former Governor Rod Blagojevich to a U.S. Senate in 2008 has become an issue in the lead-up to a federal trial in Chicago, with defense attorneys claiming Roland Burris was once accused of seeking to extort a business.





AP - Illinois Public Media News - September 26, 2014 ~ Comment (0)

Man With Self-Inflicted Wound Found At Chicago-Area FAA Site; Charges Filed

By The Associated Press, with Additional Reporting from Illinois Public Media

This screen shot provided by FlightAware shows airline traffic United States Friday, Sept. 26, 2014.

Crews responding to a fire Friday at an air traffic control facility in suburban Chicago discovered a man in the basement with a self-inflicted wound.  All flight traffic at both city airports was delayed by hours.

Categories: Transportation


NPR - Illinois Public Media News - September 26, 2014

Former Fed Bank Examiner Says Secret Tapes Show Fed Leniency

by NPR Staff

The Federal Reserve Bank of New York

The Federal Reserve is among the most powerful institutions in the nation and also among the more private. But new audio tapes secretly recorded by a former employee (profiled on This American Life) provide a rare look into meetings involving officials from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.


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