Bright Start Losses Mount As Settlement Announced

Losses in Bright Start are nearly twice what treasurer's office announced Tribune

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
The
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

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Last
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.

Harris helps Hyde Park hang on against Farragut
Tribune

First
came a tomahawk dunk attempt that was rejected by the front of the rim.
Worse was the gaffe at the end of the third quarter, when Aqui Shareef
heaved a half-court shot even though there were 5 seconds showing on
the clock and an open teammate was...

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Program Helps Save Youth of Incarcerated Parents ChicagoTalks

Every
morning, 16-year-old Justice McKinnley wakes up to the harsh reality
that her father is not there; her father is in prison. She's dealt with
this for four years now, and her dad's not due home until 2013. Herzl Elementary.

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  • Hey IG what about that stuff happening in a parking lot on the eastside? missed that one?

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