Illinois' Bright Start college savings funds lost
nearly twice as much as state officials have previously announced --
about $150 million -- the...
Oppenheimer reaches agreement with Illinois over 529 fund losses Investment News
state of Illinois has reached a settlement in its lawsuit over losses
in the Bright Start college savings program under which parents will
get back $77.23 million -- slightly more than half of what they lost in
investments handled by Oppenheimer Funds Inc.
Naperville Central death declared a suicide Naperville Sun
month's falling death of a popular custodian in a construction zone
inside Naperville Central High School has been declared a suicide by
the DuPage County coroner's office.
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heaved a half-court shot even though there were 5 seconds showing on
the clock and an open teammate was...
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morning, 16-year-old Justice McKinnley wakes up to the harsh reality
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