* State may sue school in sex harassment case
An order by the state Human Rights Commission paves the way for Attorney General Lisa Madigan to sue Loop Lab School for $40,000 that the school and a former official owe an ex-teacher who was sexually harassed on the job.
* Option 5: Garfield Park
* NIU won’t raze Cole Hall
* 450 U of I Extension jobs on the chopping block
“If I lose my job, I’ll lose a job I love, and very few people can really say that and mean it,” Nelson said. “I am angry and upset that what’s happening politically is affecting my personal career choices and my personal passion.”
* Parking cops on booting binge
At least 1,500 more parking ticket scofflaws and red-light runners have had their vehicles booted — and 12,000 more Chicago parking tickets have been written — in the first three months of a $1.5 million technology upgrade.
* Cook County Realtor hired by Stroger demoted after questions of his qualifications
* Stroger to skip Palatine secession meeting
Citing “political grandstanding by village council members,” Cook County Board President Todd Stroger said Tuesday he would not attend a meeting in Palatine on Wednesday night scheduled to discuss county services provided to residents.
* No-show Stroger’s disdain for suburbs
* Cook Co.’s public defender fights to keep his position
* Media take R. Kelly appeal to Illinois Supreme Court
* City receives $153M in federal funds for traffic
* ID law disenfranchises voters
* Medill’s dean says he made a mistake
* Fremd High takes top honors in state journalism competition