This Week’s Biggest Gainers
Ladies and gentlemen, the starting quarterback for the 2008 Chicago Bears. Someone help us…
Emil Jones III
Illinois Senate President Emil Jones announced his retirement and began the process of handing off the position to his son, Emil III.
The Buffalo Grove man who exposed Medicaid provider Amerigroup after the company failed to insure pregnant women was awarded more than $50 million as part of the federal False Claims Act and Illinois Whistleblower Reward and Protection Act.
American League MVP talk for the Sox outfielder heated up over the weekend, and he was lauded by the press for rejecting speculation and showing a general disinterest in it.
The 16-year-old from Rochester High School verbally confronted Blago at the Illinois State Fair, asking him about the $10.2 million the school is owed from the state, to which the gov could only respond, “Um…Yes…”
This Week’s Biggest Losers
The West Side man was arrested and charged with last week’s murder of an off-duty policeman and a DCFS worker.
Da Mare finally offered details on the 2009 city budget, which revealed a $420 million gap that, as reported, could lead to nearly 2,000 layoffs.
Just two years after leading the Bears to the Super Bowl, Sexy Rexy will be riding the pine.
Bulls guard Ben Gordon made it clear at a New York fundraiser that he has no intention of returning to the team this year.
The 21-year-old Waukegan man was arrested after smashing several street signs with a two-by-four, with police reporting he’s been known to have “fits of anger.” He must’ve watched Saturday’s Bears preseason game against the Seahawks.