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  • Emanuel scoffs at Rauner suggestion that CPS declare bankruptcy

    Emanuel scoffs at Rauner suggestion that CPS declare bankruptcy
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel on Wednesday threw cold water on Gov. Bruce Rauner's suggestion that Chicago Public Schools should consider declaring bankruptcy to get its financial house in order, instead returning to the argument that the state should provide relief...
  • Attorney calls DMX robbery allegations baseless, claims fans tried to give rapper drugs

    Attorney calls DMX robbery allegations baseless, claims fans tried to give rapper drugs
    An attorney for rapper DMX says that accusations that his client robbed a man after a concert in Newark, N.J., on Saturday are completely baseless, and that the rapper simply walked away from a group of overzealous fans who were trying to sell him drugs....
  • Rauner says he'll use 'leverage' of money woes to get pro-business changes

    Rauner says he'll use 'leverage' of money woes to get pro-business changes
    Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner kicked off a campaign-style statewide tour Monday by indicating he'll try to "leverage" the state's money woes into securing a series of pro-business changes from a General Assembly controlled by Democrats likely to fiercely...
  • Billionaire Jeff Greene buys Manalapan mansion for $6.89 million

    Billionaire Jeff Greene buys Manalapan mansion for $6.89 million
    Palm Beach billionaire Jeff Greene last week submitted the $6.89 million winning bid for the Manalapan mansion of former radio talk show host Kenneth W. Brown. A bankruptcy judge ordered the auction of the 6,400-square-foot home at 4020 S. Ocean Blvd. It...
  • Former Sparrows Point mill owner fined for environmental violations during demolition

    Former Sparrows Point mill owner fined for environmental violations during demolition
    The former owner of the Sparrows Point steel mill in Dundalk and its demolition contractor have been hit with more than $3 million in penalties for pollution violations that officials say occurred during the tear-down of old mill buildings. The...
  • Probe into Norton Oil's sudden closure ends, jilted customers get nothing

    Probe into Norton Oil's sudden closure ends, jilted customers get nothing
    Customers of a heating oil business that closed suddenly two years ago recently got the word they’d been dreading yet sort of expecting, that Norton Oil has no money to refund and consumer protection authorities can’t do anything about it...
  • Abortion clinic closes, avoids fine after fatality

    Abortion clinic closes, avoids fine after fatality
    When 18-year-old Antonesha Ross came to the Women's Aid Clinic seeking a first-trimester abortion, a doctor examined her and found that she had an upper respiratory infection with swelling in her throat and "beefy red" tonsils. The abortion would have...
  • Closed Chicago abortion clinic wins court appeal, avoids state fine

      Closed Chicago abortion clinic wins court appeal, avoids state fine
    The owner of the Women's Aid Clinic, a Lincolnwood abortion provider that closed after a patient death and a $36,000 state fine, has won another legal victory, with the Appellate Court of Illinois affirming a lower court ruling that the clinic need not...
  • RadioShack Could Close 24 Stores In Connecticut As Part Of Bankruptcy

    RadioShack Could Close 24 Stores In Connecticut As Part Of Bankruptcy
    Twenty-four Connecticut RadioShack stores could close as part of a restructuring by the long-struggling consumer electronics chain, which filed for bankruptcy protection last week. A "potential store closure list," posted on the company website,...
  • Couple Bounces Back From Business Failure By Working Together

    Couple Bounces Back From Business Failure By Working Together
    BLOOMFIELD — For Don and Shirley Coffin, it was the recession triggered by 9/11, not the later Great Recession, that sent them reeling. The couple owned Ability Machine in Manchester, a 31-employee factory that made parts for airline seats. Don...
  • RadioShack files for bankruptcy protection, to sell stores

    Struggling electronics retailer RadioShack has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and says it will sell up to 2,400 stores. The Fort Worth, Texas company said Thursday that it was also having discussions to sell all of its remaining assets....