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(WGN-AM)- Maurice Dailey, one of four people charged in the desecration of Burr Oak Cemetery in Alsip, is expected to bond out of Cook County Jail about 6 p.m. Thursday, a spokesman for the Cook County Sheriff said. Dailey's wife arrived at the jail this...
(WGN-AM)- Additional charges were announced today against four former workers at Burr Oak Cemetery accused of digging up as many as 300 bodies, dumping the remains in an isolated area and reselling the grave sites. Former cemetery manager Carolyn Towns,...
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Medical-care providers are trying to thwart a last-minute legislative proposal to require some of the state's Medicaid patients to enroll in HMOs. There is no requirement that the more than 2 million residents enrolled in the state Medicaid health...
Tribune staff reporterA Northern Illinois student from Robbins who collapsed and died during a football tryout had a "very enlarged heart for his size," the DeKalb County coroner said Saturday after conducting preliminary tests. Coroner Dennis Miller said microscopic...
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