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Collection of 47 remote jobs published recently

2020.10.27 12:03 remote-enthusiast Collection of 47 remote jobs published recently

Hello friends! These are the open remote positions I've found that were published today. See you tomorrow! Bleep blop 🤖
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2020.09.26 03:00 portlane Richard Boos (July 16, 1925 - July 23, 2020)

Richard H. Boos
July 16, 1925 - July 23, 2020
Richard "Dick" Harold Boos died peacefully in his beloved Laurelhurst home July, 23, 2020. The week before he celebrated his 95th birthday in grand style.
Family, friends and neighbors gathered for a wonderful neighborhood, outdoor, Covid friendly party, including a three piece jazz band. It gave his wonderful caring neighbors and dear friends the opportunity to share in the joy, love and friendship that Dick offered to all.
Dick was born in Chicago, July 16, 1925 to Grace (Thompson) and Harold Boos. His early years fostered his lifelong passion for the "Great Outdoors." Many years of his youth and later as an adult, were involved with the Boy Scouts. Only 17, he graduated from Taft high school, five months after the attack on Pearl Harbor. He convinced his parents for their consent to enter the U.S. armed services early so he could join the Navy.
As one of our "Greatest Generation," he entered WWII on the battleship USS Colorado, sailing for the South Pacific. In November 1944, his ship was shelled in the Philippine Sea, where Dick was seriously wounded. After months of recovery on a hospital ship, he remained onboard to assist in the care of other injured men. The remainder of the war, he spent in New Guinea and New Caledonia, working on dry docks, doing recovery work. Out of a group of five friends, also only 17, Dick was the sole survivor. The majority of memories and stories that Dick would share, for decades, about the war, were about the wonderful, warm and curious native islanders, mostly the children, who stole his heart. The islanders had endured so much but were so welcoming to Dick and his Navy buddies. The impact of war led to Dick's lifelong commitment for a safe and peaceful world for all.
At the end of the war, Dick returned home to his family in Chicago. He took advantage of the G.I Bill, enrolling at Northern Illinois State College (N.I.U.), in DeKalb, Ill. An opportunity he previously thought impossible. He graduated with a teaching degree in Industrial Arts, math and science. It was at N.I.U. that Dick met the love of his life, Carol Marvick.
After graduating in 1950, 23 years old, Dick and his best friend, Leo Grost, departed on a 17 day tandem bicycle adventure from DeKalb to Niagara Falls, Canada. He spent the remainder of the summer in Grand Teton National Park as a Park Ranger.
Dick and Carol were married June 17, 1951. Both with teaching degrees, they headed west, eventually landing jobs in Portland. Dick taught at both Glencoe Elementary and Hosford Middle School. He was a fine craftsman and woodworker. He loved sharing his knowledge and skills with boys and girls over his 30 year career. Many a Christmas, he and other fellow Industrial Arts teachers would make many beautiful, handcrafted wooden toys for Toy and Joy Makers.
Dick and Carol made Portland their home for life, where they raised their family of three daughters, Paula, Mary and Susan. They made many wonderful, lifelong friends. Oregon nurtured Dick's many passions for his outdoor pursuits of camping, hiking, mountain climbing, sailing and Dragon Boat paddling and racing. He was a ski instructor at Mt. Hood for 35 years where he was affectionately known as "Dutch." Dick introduced his family to many of these activities which they all loved doing together.
Dick had a deep sense of duty, commitment and responsibility to his family, friends, students, neighbors, community, country and the world at large. He supported many organizations over the years. He was especially involved in his church and NAMI.
Dick will be deeply missed by so many. He always greeted his friends and neighbors with a big smile and a big hug. He loved to tell great stories and jokes. His affectionate laugh was very contagious.
Dick was preceded in death by his parents; his loving daughter, Mary; and his beloved wife, Carol, with whom he shared 60 years of marriage. He is survived by his two adoring daughters, Paula Boos Bunting and Susan Boos (Michael Scharf); grandsons, Spencer Bunting (Rachel Purdy) and Ross Bunting; also sister, Harriet Roggenbuck; sister-in-law, Dixie Marvick; and many nieces and nephews. The family requests that donations be made to Friends of Timberline, 5331 S. Macadam, Suite 258 - PMB 219, Portland, 97239; or First Congregational Church, 1126 S.W. Park, Portland, 97205.
The family plans and will announce in The Oregonian, a "Celebration of Life" for Dick after restrictions for Covid-19 regarding group functions have been lifted.
Please sign the online guest book at www.oregonlive.com/obits
source: http://obits.oregonlive.com/obituaries/oregon/obituary.aspx?n=richard-h-boos&pid=196854218
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2020.07.16 14:21 kyussdourden Girl Scouts of Northern Illinois raises awareness of human trafficking on highways - Northwest Herald

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2020.01.29 22:45 devoted101 Undetermined Death of a Teenage Goth, Illinois - 1993

I am not sure if this is the correct forum/subreddit for this or not.
I was not sure if anyone here is interested in putting on their Sherlock hat here on this one or not, but this is something that happened back when I was a high school student and one of my closest friend's at that time died just weeks after moving back home.
This happened in 1993 so its been long enough that it no longer brings up tears but when I was 17 this was a devastating event that had a significant ripple effect that lasted years in most cases and lead to a divorce, a suicide attempt, and a suicide.
Although life has well moved on, every year on the anniversary of his death I think about him and his family and wonder what really happened that night. I decided to do a FOIA request this time around and I was expecting ... closure is not the right word, more like just an answer, was it suicide, accidental manslaughter?, or murder?
I am still biased just by the nature of the event but was wondering what non-biased people may think.
I will not say more here but I will add a *spoiler* with my thoughts from when I was a kid, now looking back as an adult, as well as a strange inaccuracy in the police report regarding when I was interviewed.
I am not overly reddit savvy nor do I fancy myself an armchair detective but I thought maybe there are people with an opinion that may lead to me becoming a little bit of a web sleuth - with a cyber scooby gang of others.

Before the police report just a quick non-biased (as best I can) summary with the information I had the day he died and space/time context.
On Tuesday 7 December 1993 I went to one of my closest friend's parents' home after school. He was at a party the night before which he mentioned to me but I was 17 and it was a Monday night (school night) and there would be no way. Additionally he had some new friends on whom I was never keen. His dad and stepmom came out and told another friend (who came with me after school) that Chris had died. I waited in the car in part because I was driving and I figured I would pick him up because he was not driving in part because he did not have a car but also his license was out of date. We planned to go to the local dmv next Wednesday to get that sorted. His parents came to the car told me to park and told me the following: while at the party Chris may have taken drugs, put a bag over his head, tied it around his neck and died from suffocation. It turns out that there was only one person at the party other than Chris that I knew. His name is Lee. I did not like him nor dislike him at the time but I having met him before Chris came back home from being in Indiana for the past 9 months it was no surprise that Chris would want to be friends with the guy (he was in our broader friend group at the time) but I never felt comfortable around him. He seemed too edgy and too into drugs for me to feel at ease. Despite being "goth" I was for all intents and purposes I was a naïve, nerdy, and nervous boy scout of a punk. Many of those qualities I'd say I still posses, haha. Ever since Chris started hanging out with Lee outside the friend group it was clear that Chris was smoking weed a lot and somewhat less ambitious than he was when he first returned though he still had goals that he was determined to achieve. Additionally it seemed that Lee was more an "alpha" friend between the two which for me was so strange because I've never seen Chris as the "passenger" friend, if you get my meaning. I'm not saying he was an alpha or beta male, but in his friendships he was more the leader or second in command to one of the girls in the friend group in question. Again I am using simile and metaphor here but I hope it conveys what I am trying to describe accurately.
This party was in DeKalb, Illinois which was 20 minutes from where we lived. Chris also had a quasi-girlfriend at this time with whom he would stay overnight sometimes but I would not say he was living with her. He was a notorious couch-surfer with friends as long as I knew him, even when he was in high school with me.
Despite DeKalb being the home of Northern Illinois University, it is the university in the center of a corn field and especially in 1993 the home of barbed-wire was not very culturally diverse. Though notably improved in 2020, if a cursory google search hints that the city still has some issues with over zealous white cops *seemingly* disproportionately targeting minorities.
Our friend group and extended friend groups were fairy eccentric. Think goth-chic before it was altered by manson or combined with metal; mixed with vintage mid-century and classic "oddball."
Here is Chris 3 months before he died:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/q29t1t6y4kpslbq/last.jpg?dl=0
His Bowie gender-bending influenced look may or may not have colored the perception of rural investigators. Again, it was 1993.
More of Chris:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/16b3y4oadyrihyo/shave02.jpg?dl=0
https://www.dropbox.com/s/6mslvlztwxmxjxs/spare%20roomwq.jpg?dl=0
https://www.dropbox.com/s/ert04dc9ua78x6e/chris2.jpg?dl=0
https://www.dropbox.com/s/4u9xnzi8xoj1tss/fallen.jpg?dl=0

Here is the police report, the part I redacted is with red bars and my user name here-which is obvious-
https://www.dropbox.com/s/nyffepwymuxvpgv/93deathreport_Redacted_2.pdf?dl=0
If i have posted this in the wrong sub let me know where would be a more appropriate place. Thank you for checking this out if you made it this far. I am sorry for any breeches of protocol here on reddit but I am a noob at this.
Now my takes...
First my interview.
I do not remember the guitar thing whatsoever. I am not saying that I did not say it but I have no idea where that came from, who said it to me, why I would have repeated it, and I absolutely do not remember that.
Next, when I said Chris was "less fun" or acting differently I ALSO said that it was ONLY when he was around Lee and high on cannabis. Obviously that is not in the report for some reason. I also mentioned that Lee seemed to have an odd hold over Chris. I remember once while hanging out all together Lee was sketching himself with a leash on Chris who had a collar around his neck as we sat sipping tea and/or coffee sharing a plate of french fries. I found that strange, but I also found it strange that Chris had no comment on it either.
Yes we would sometimes talk of emotionally morbid topics but we were teenagers, goths, listening to Morrissey/The Smiths, The Cure, Depeche Mode.. you get the picture. And Chris may have bragged about having taken LSD but whether or not he actually did use it "20 times" I have no idea. In retrospect knowing how teen guys talk it could have been Chris talking complete shite. I am sure he probably at least tried it but more than that I do not know.
On Chris:
Yes he was a little wild, made some bad choices BUT he was also exceptionally bright and very well read with goals and ambitions that were not just pipe-dreams. To some all of us at that time could have looked scary, strange, wasted, a waste of space or whatever but we were not, he was not, and EVEN IF he was, he was only 19 years old, he was a caring son, brother, and compassionate friend who was also a lot of fun. He was an avid skateboarder with ironically weak ankles - which is neither here nor there but just to render more of his character sketch here. Drugs was almost never a part of the equation when hanging out with Chris. He had a strong sense of wanderlust at the best of times or a couch-surfing rolling stone at the worst of times.
If you know the original run of the American sitcom Roseanne, think somewhere between Mark and Darlene. One time he and I were sent to the principal's office because of our eye-liner and eye-shadow which was against the rules for boys (after that incident) and both of us got detention from wearing a simple black headband to keep our hair back.
He saw me, the new kid at high school, and saw I clearly did not fit in with the farmers' kids of the area (I was a transplant from the Chicago suburbs) and had one of his other skateboarding friends approach me and say "Chris Brucki would like you to have lunch with him and some friends" on my second day of this new school in a new town. I said "who is Chris Brucki." He said, "the skater with the hair" I knew what he meant and that weekend I spent the night at his house, which at this time for some reason he was living with a friend of his' family - to this day I do not know why and never asked him or his dad about it.
On the interview after mine in the report:
That was done with our friend that I will call M. Although he was one of our friends all the rest of us knew that he never seemed able to speak the truth despite the importance of the topic. To reference television once again, but think James Buckley's character Jay on British sitcom The Inbetweeners. And M's interview reflects that fact.

From the police report as a whole:
I should point out, he was a serial dater but never had a falling out with any girlfriend even after he had moved on to the next, even when there may have been a little overlap at times. He was a charmer like that. That said there was some sexual fluidity, but even the gay friends in the group had some sexual fluidity. Maybe its a teen thing - especially in that subculture.
Note the behavior of the girl come lately - I did not know her nor do I think I even ever met her just to give better context to how close Chris could have possibly been with her.
She states she was so tired at 1am, 3am, that she was going to leave Chris at the scene so she could go home and sleep but then drives around 2 hours to her friend's place at U of I.
Note that one group of people there that night say Chris scored LSD, 2 hits, and certainly try to imply that the LSD brought him to suicide. Yet in the autopsy report you can see that the only drug in his system at the time was THC.
One can see that this report has inconsistent redactions - though the name redacted the most oddly seems to be Lee. Page 22 about 1/3rd down I am rather certain Lee's name is redacted.
"She said as everyone was leaving, Chris said "I love you Lee(?) I love you Lee(?)" If you look at the shortness of the redacted name and also the bottom of the letters the second time it's redacted I'm rather sure it is Lee.
MORE ON LEE:
Before Chris even met him, I remember meeting him with the group and when he eventually became a part of it. He was frequently high on something and rather quick witted and cunning. I learned about drugs secondhand through his usage, including ketamine, ghb, and mdma. Or at least that is what he claimed he was high on at certain times and would show us and even offer from time to time. I was frankly scared shitless of this fact but as long as I was sober and either was one of the drivers who drove out to DeKalb that night OR with a more reliable friend I felt safe to leave if things got too seedy for me. I particularly remember he would smokes joints that were dipped in one of those drugs - but I cannot remember which one. And one he had in a clear canister or vile one night. It was a clear liquid that he said tasted like sweat. He treated that one like it was liquid ambrosia.
LEE 1 YEAR AFTER CHRIS'S DEATH:
It was no secret that I considered Lee at the very least responsible for Chris's death. Our friend group splintered and we did not hang out all together anymore. One of the group killed himself (not knowing at the time he was to be a father). I avoided Lee any time our paths would accidentally cross. One night for reasons to this day I do not know I accepted an invitation to meet with Lee. It was cold, maybe Jan or Feb 1995. I drove my parent's van to see him that night. He suggested we got high. We parked somewhere discreetly and smoked in the body of the conversion van. I did not want to smoke much but thought a single hit or two would be good because I was incredibly nervous and I wanted to confront him. He had this elaborate gothed-out pipe with a fine chain mail or something similar on it and offered it to me. I passed it and he refused and told me to take another hit. He then pulled out an average weed pipe and smoked from it. I asked why he had two pipes on him and he said something about me being the guest (though it was in my vehicle -my parents' but still) he never once smoked from the pipe he handed me. He said "I know you think I killed him." He motioned for me to smoke more but I could sort of feel it and did not want to smoke past it so I took a couple microhits or would let it into my mouth but not my lungs but tried to make it seem like I was smoking more BUT he kept staring at me. Anyway he continued "I would never kill him. He is still alive, he is in this crystal. I put his soul in this crystal, you can see him." He pulled a necklace out from under his shirt that had a small black crystal on it, somewhat common in the 90s but still seen from time to time today- but also one I know Chris used to wear before he died but was not on his body when the detective went to the scene, nor did it surface in his belongings from that night. He said, "You can live in there too if you want. I'm going to put my soul in here too. We can all live in this crystal." Yes he was smoking and yes he was strange but this was different. Lee always seemed prone to what I now know is called "magical thinking" but when I was a teen I assumed it was due to the drugs. He seemed very intense, very sincere. Then the right half of my body went totally numb. I could not feel nor move my right arm, leg, or even that side of my mouth. I was scared. He told me to smoke more, I did not. He said it would help and I said I was plenty high and would have to be sober enough to drive before it got too late anyway so I could not. I then said that my parents were super strict and since it was their van if i did not return it at some arbitrary time they could call the police. That was not true but I was scared. Not to get too personal, but I know the feeling of victim scared from childhood and it was that type of fear - remember I was half paralyzed too. He said he would drive the van .. somewhere - I honestly do not remember the rest of this night. Needless to say at some point I got home safe. I know he did drive the van somewhere where I sobered up and drove home. I am certain I did not leave the van at any time. Other than that I don't remember anything else.
Shortly after this he moved away. He got a girl pregnant and moved again and again and again and recently through some cyber-stalking I see that he is in California now.

I could go on and on about this report but I have gone on and on already. If anyone would like to discuss more I can and will.
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2018.07.01 16:38 moneyferret The Systematic Problem of Pedophilia in America

I haven't seen a thorough post of the systematic issue of pedophilia in a while. Being from America I thought it would be best if I focused on American pedophilia and its influence around the world. It is my belief that the issues that allow pedophilia to endure in America exist everywhere around the world to varying degrees, often to terrifying results.
Typically regions with less education, wealth, and public media suffer the worst, ie. poverty stricken areas. While I think many people will know most of these stories, I tried to use as many unique cases as possible to paint as broad of a picture as possible. For example I feel many people have heard about children abused with religious or cultural acceptance, however, I would still recommend looking through all the sections and reading about how people in positions of power will take advantage of those weaker than them whether it's a doctor, politician, teacher, police officer, business owner, boss, or even your parents.
I tried to keep my personal bias out of the sources that I am using to paint this picture and the explanations next to the links are typically verbatim from the linked article (would enjoy any criticisms or suggestions anyone has), however, after all my sources I have put my own personal conspiracy of pedophilia that I believe is happening today and in some regard is being aided by government agencies, businesses, and possibly the president.
Church:
Catholic sex abuse cases in the United States- 11,000 allegations reported by bishops in the John Jay study, 81% of the victims were male
Boyscouts Abuse/Mormon Church- Four men sued the Boy Scouts of America and its largest sponsor, the Mormon Church, on Monday accusing both organizations of failing to protect them from sexual abuse by adult volunteers when they were children at scouting activities in Idaho. The Mormon Church, formally known as the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, has been implicated in several such lawsuits. An Oregon court last year forced the Boy Scouts to publicly release 20,000 pages of confidential records, dubbed the “perversion files,” documenting suspected or confirmed sexual abuse by the group’s leaders and volunteers. One of the alleged abusers named in Monday’s suit was only added to the perversion files four years after a scout’s mother told scout and church officials her son was abused by him, and another was listed the same year a Mormon-led troop hired him to do graphic design work, the lawsuit claims. LK is the fourth person to file a lawsuit against the LDS Church alleging sexual abuse in the Lamanite Placement Program, and accusing the church of not reporting it to the proper authorities.
New Lawsuit against LDS Church- A fourth person has now come forward, alleging they were sexually abused while participating in a program run by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints for Native American children.
Mormon Women #Metoo Challenges- Her father justified sexual abuse by using an example from the Bible. Carol, who identifies as a Mormon feminist, sees a parallel with powerful men in Hollywood and those in the Mormon church. One of the most high-profile cases of sexual abuse in the Mormon community was the abduction and repeated rape of 14-year-old Elizabeth Smart by a religious fanatic in 2002. According to Uniform Crime Reports, the rape rate in Utah has been consistently higher than the US rate; it’s the only violent crime in Utah that occurs at a higher rate than the rest of the nation. Tulley said these reported rapes represent only a small portion of the actual numbers. There is a social pressure or expectation that you just don’t bring it up. People want to believe it’s not a problem in their community, certainly not in God’s chosen church.
Jehovahs Witness Allegations- Authorities identified at least eight victims that McLean allegedly abused over the course of nearly a decade. One victim estimated McLean molested her “over 100 times,” McLean gained the trust of many of his victims through his leadership position, as a so-called ministerial servant, in his local congregation of Jehovah’s Witnesses. The Jehovah's Witnesses recently agreed to pay to settle that lawsuit and eight other similar cases, without admitting wrongdoing. The cases all involved men the church allegedly knew had sexually abused children. The settlements for those cases are confidential and filed under seal. Documents show that the church knew for years that some prominent members were sexually abusing children and did little. While police were investigating, church officials questioned Henderson yet again. He confessed to molesting other children, including his own son, according to a church document. In Heard’s case, records show the church first learned of the abuse in 1981, when the local congregation sent a letter to the national headquarters explaining that Heard was kicked out after he admitted sexually abusing three children, whose “ages range from five nine and eleven years.” The court filings include a church form called a Child Abuse Telememo.
Lee Kaplan gifted six Daughters- Three of the children had allegedly been infected with Lyme disease for about five years. Five of the girls had to have several teeth removed. Kaplan is facing 17 counts of rape, sexual assault and conspiracy charges. Six children became his victims.
Jehovah Witness Palmer Congregation Sexual Abuse Investigation
Hollywood:
Sexual abuse in Hollywood- R. Polanski, W. Allen, B. Singer, B. Villard, M. Weiss, M. Collins-Rector, J. Jones, V. Salva, B. Crosby, K. Spacey
Hollywood's Pedophile Problem- “The No. 1 problem in Hollywood was and is—and always will be—pedophilia,” Feldman said, adding that by the time he was 14 he was “surrounded” by molesters. “We believe Hollywood is currently sheltering about 100 active abusers.”
Corey Feldman (from An Open Secret)- "I can tell you that the No. 1 problem in Hollywood was and is and always will be pedophilia. That's the biggest problem for children in this industry. It's the big secret," The trauma of pedophilia contributed to the 2010 death of his closest friend and "The Lost Boys" co-star, Corey Haim. Feldman admitted that Haim struggled with addiction but said it was a mechanism to cope with his demons. "It was a symptom," Feldman said. "I knew how to read a contract by 10 years old, but I didn't know what it meant for somebody to come in and tell me they loved me and kiss me goodnight," Feldman added. "That's a problem."
Kevin Spacey Accusers- 14 accusers several around 14 years old during assault (deleted reddit comments calling out Kevin Spacey)
Business:
Jeffrey Epstein- a 2006 lawsuit alleged that Epstein installed concealed cameras in numerous places on his property to record sexual activity with underage girls by prominent people for criminal purposes, such as blackmail. Epstein allegedly "loaned" girls to powerful people to ingratiate himself with them and also to gain possible blackmail information. Epstein pleaded guilty to a single state charge of soliciting prostitution from girls as young as 14, he was sentenced to 18 months in prison. He served 13 months before being released. In September 2002, Epstein flew Bill Clinton, Kevin Spacey and Chris Tucker to Africa in his private Boeing 727. Flight records show Bill Clinton flew on Epstein's plane 26 times. Epstein is also a longtime friend of Prince Andrew, Tom Barrack, and has partied with celebrities such as Katie Couric, George Stephanopoulos, and Woody Allen.
Epstein (NY post)- After Epstein’s arrest in July 2006, federal tax records show Epstein donated $25,000 to the Clinton Foundation that year. Epstein was also a regular visitor to Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago, and the two were friends. According to the Daily Mail, Trump was a frequent dinner guest at Epstein’s home, which was often full of barely dressed models. In 2003, New York magazine reported that Trump also attended a dinner party at Epstein’s honoring Bill Clinton. They conducted a “trash pull” of Epstein’s garbage, sifting through paper with phone numbers, used condoms, toothbrushes, worn underwear. In one pull, police found a piece of paper with Mary’s phone number on it, along with the number of the person who recruited her. Alison also told Recarey that Epstein got so violent with her that he ripped out her hair and threw her around. “I mean,” she said, “there’s been nights that I walked out of there barely able to walk, um, from him being so rough.”
Acosta ties to Epstein- In his tenure as that attorney based in Miami, Acosta bucked recommendations to federally indict Epstein — despite that the now-64-year-old sexually abused no less than 40 girls, most of them aged between 13 and 17 years. Rather than the minimum ten-year sentence the billionaire pedophile faced, attorneys and police were shocked when Acosta’s arrangement with Epstein’s lawyers landed a part-time, eight hours per day county jail term — in essence, downplaying the criminal severity inherent in allegedly having sex with children. Details of the deal were not made public until a federal judge unsealed it as part of a civil lawsuit brought by four women in 2015.
Recruited at Mar-A-Lago by Girlfriend of Jeffrey Epstein- A lawsuit filed by a woman claiming that she was recruited as a minor at President Donald Trump's Mar-A-Lago by Jeffrey Epstein for the purpose of underage prostitution, was settled in 2017 but continues to reverberate to the present day. Virginia Giuffre, the victim, claimed that Jeffrey Epstein's former girlfriend, Ghislaine Maxwell, approached her and manipulated her into sex trafficking while she was working as a towel girl at Mar-A-Lago in 1999. Giuffre was 15 years of age at the time. During the time period of the lawsuit, Epstein was a regular of Mar-A-Lago. The President is publicly known to have considered Epstein a personal friend.
Jimmy Savile sexual abuse scandal- An English media personality generally respected for his charitable work. He was knighted in 1990. In late 2012, almost a year after his death, reports surfaced indicating that Savile had committed sexual abuse throughout his 50-year career, his alleged victims ranging from prepubescent girls and boys to adults. The Metropolitan Police stated that it was pursuing over 400 lines of inquiry, based on the claims of 200 witnesses, via fourteen police forces across the UK. The Met stated that the total number of alleged victims was 589, of whom 450 alleged abuse by Savile. Savile had sexually assaulted victims aged between 5 and 75 in NHS hospitals, and apologized to the victims. Much of Savile's career involved working with children and young people, including visiting schools and hospital wards. He spent 20 years presenting Top of the Pops before a teenage audience, and an overlapping 20 years presenting Jim'll Fix It, in which he helped the wishes of viewers, mainly children, come true.
Ex-US Military Contractor with ties to Child Sex-Trafficking- It’s not just pimps and escaped convicts involved like the media wants you to think; oftentimes, it’s the people you’d least expect, or even respect the most: the politicians, the elite, the wealthy businessmen, and in some cases, even your friends and family. Retired Army General James Grazioplene, who worked in the Pentagon and as the Vice President of DynCorp, is currently facing six rape charges. If the name DynCorp rings a bell, it’s could be because we’ve reported on the private military contractor’s international child sex scandals before. He also served as the CEO for Mission Readiness LLC, a joint venture operated by private military groups including DynCorp International, which offered U.S. and Coalition forces vehicle maintenance services in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Kuwait. This is not the first time DynCorp has been caught up in sexual misconduct and rape allegations. In 2009, Wikileaks exposed that foreign police trainers in Afghanistan working for DynCorp hired “dancing boys” to perform for them. DynCorp was also involved in a giant sex trafficking and slavery scandal in 1999 in Bosnia. Kathryn Bolkovac, a U.S. policewoman who worked with the International Police Task Force, which was arranged by DynCorp Aerospace, tried to expose this years ago. At the time, DynCorp was hired to perform police duties for the U.N. and aircraft maintenance for the U.S. Army. Bolkovac discovered that U.N. peacekeepers and international police were visiting brothels and running sex trafficking rings by forging documents and transporting women into Bosnia. DynCorp employees were accused of rape and the buying and selling of girls as young as 12 years old and the DynCorp on-site supervisor actually filmed himself raping two women. Ties to Dyncorp (multiple times)
Investigators arrest Army General- Former Vice President of DynCorp, Maj. Gen. James Grazioplene, was said to have committed these crimes between 1983 and 1989. And how do we know that he’s connected to the DC pedophile ring? The DynCorp connection. In the following video, Right Wing News unpacks the long and sordid history of the pedophile ring and its activities through DynCorp. When operating in Serbia, DynCorp colluded with the Serbian mafia to provide underage prostitutes to its employees, none of which have faced prosecution. And despite DynCorp’s exploits being quite well known, with Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney even confronting Donald Rumsfield about it, the company is still doing business with the US government.
Missionaries led Laura Silsby accused stealing Orphans- Five men and five women Baptists, led by a 40-year-old Idaho businesswoman called Laura Silsby, were charged with child abduction and criminal conspiracy. They are plucking children from the streets or smuggling them out of orphanages, before offering them to foreigners for as little as £65.
Gristina's Black Book- Officials say they have nearly 100 hours of audio of Gristina—including some tapes where she talks about giving minors to her clients. Her "black book" included powerful politicians, top-law enforcement, influential lawyers, bankers, entertainment execs and Fortune 500 businessmen, as well as several ultra-wealthy European clients, sources said.
Donald Trump sexual misconduct allegations- Sexual misconduct allegations have been made against Trump by at least 19 women. In October 2016, Trump publicly vowed to sue all of the women who have made allegations of sexual assault (i.e. non-consensual kissing or groping) or sexual harassment against him, as well as to sue the New York Times for publishing allegations, but as yet has not followed through. After the audio recording surfaced, by several former Miss USA and Miss Teen USA contestants, who accused Trump of entering the dressing rooms of beauty pageant contestants. Trump, who owned the Miss Universe franchise, which includes both pageants, was accused of going into dressing rooms in 1997, 2000, 2001, and 2006, while contestants were in various stages of undress. During a 2005 interview on The Howard Stern Show, Trump said that he could "get away with things like that".
Politicians:
Clinton and Epstein- The logs also show that Clinton shared more than a dozen flights with a woman who federal prosecutors believe procured underage girls to sexually service Epstein and his friends and acted as a "potential co-conspirator" in his crimes. In 2002, as New York reported previously, Clinton recruited Epstein to make his plane available for a week-long anti-poverty and anti-AIDS tour of Africa with Kevin Spacey, Chris Tucker, billionaire creep Ron Burkle, Clinton confidant Gayle Smith (who now serves on Barack Obama's National Security Council), and others.
Dennis Hastert Congress' Forgotten Pedophile- Allegations that Senate candidate Roy Moore spent his thirties dating, propositioning, and sexually assaulting high school-aged girls are shocking, but not without precedent. There have been plenty of congressmen who carried on sexual relationships with teenagers, but perhaps none as dastardly as Illinois Rep. Dennis Hastert, who served as Speaker of the House from 1999 to 2007. In 2015, an FBI investigation found that Hastert molested at least four boys during his tenure as a high school teacher and wrestling coach in the 1970s. An additional civil lawsuit alleged that Hastert sodomized a fourth-grade boy in a school bathroom and threatened him if he reported the assault. Since the statute of limitations had expired on these crimes, Hastert was instead convicted of evading bank reporting requirements in order to secretly pay off his victims.
Nader Convicted Paedophile- Reports say Nader was present at a December 2016 meeting between bin Zayed and senior Trump advisers Steve Bannon and Jared Kushner. Nader has used his international visits to import child pornography since at least 1985, according to court testimony from one of his defence attorneys, pled guilty to child pornography charges in 1991 and has been convicted of committing sex acts with 10 underage boys in Europe. The search warrant was issued after the US Post Office found reason to believe magazines depicting underage boys engaged in sexual activities were included in a package sent to Nader from the Netherlands. Moolenaar said the agents who searched Nader's apartment confiscated "several bags, bags and boxes" of material. The case against Nader was thrown out because of a technicality involving laws surrounding the importation of obscene materials. He was not charged with simple possession of child pornography, but with two counts of using the US postal service for the importation of "filthy magazines". The charges were eventually dropped and he was never convicted. Nader was caught at Dulles airport in Washington, DC, with videos depicting underage boys engaging in sex acts in 1990, according to court fillings referenced by Politico. Nader attempted to hide the videos in candy tins, court records say. During court proceedings, Nader was able to travel abroad five times - four times to Lebanon, once to Russia - with court permission. The judge sided with the defence and issued a lighter sentence than usual while ordering the case sealed. Nader managed a further victory in keeping his guilty plea out of the public eye. He was not placed on the sex offender's registry in Virginia because the state's laws require two or more convictions of possession of child pornography before an offender's name is added to the list. Nader was convicted in 2003 on 10 counts of abusing underage boys and sentenced to one year of prison in the Czech capital, Prague, The Associated Press reported in March.
Retired NYPD Detective Combats Human Trafficking- Rothstein’s path into combating human trafficking began in 1966. Eighth Avenue between 42nd and 50th streets in New York City (NYC) was known as the “Minnesota Strip” in that at any given time, over 400 girls from Minnesota were being exploited there. One issue he continued to run into was different government agencies giving him the runaround or right out blocking him from doing his job. Many prominent figures stood to be compromised for using sexual services from prostitutes. Some, he said, were even into pedophilia. “She said the pimps were holding her best friend’s kids hostage and were making her turn tricks (prostitute herself) and recruit 13- to 15-year-old girls along the Interstate 94 corridor in a 100 mile radius,” he said. “It’s worse now than it was then,” he said.
List of Republican Pedophiles
Government Agencies:
Policeman Sexual Assault Child Immigrant- Jose Nunez, a 47-year-old detention officer with the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office, is accused of threatening the young girl’s mother with deportation if she were to report him. Super aggravated sexual assault of a child happens if the victim is under the age of 14. It also occurs if there are other factors such as serious bodily injury or if a deadly weapon is present.
Oakland Police Department- Jasmine was apparently abused as a 12-year-old and then forced into the underground world of sex slavery. She worked as a sex slave for many years, and then finally broke free at the age of 16 with an Oakland police officer, or so she had hoped. The scandal was unearthed in September 2015 when an Oakland police officer committed suicide and left a note that detailed he had a sexual relationship with a young sex worker. The scandal broke wide open shortly afterwards when Jasmine came forward and told a reporter that she had sex with over a dozen members of the Oakland Police Department in addition to other officials working at other law enforcement agencies in Alameda and Contra Costa counties. Some of these officers are literally being rewarded, even after they allegedly engaged in misconduct or mishandled this particular case, or were involved with other sex scandals. Oakland police held a “secret ceremony” in celebration for several officers who received promotions and awards for their “bravery and service.”
California CPS- A huge illegal business that brings in more money than the illegal drug trade and illegal arms trade combined. In 2013 CPS took “thousands of children away from parents,” and that 570 children were murdered while in the care of CPS and away from their families. She discovered that 1000 “convicted sex offenders” had been given a “green light” by CPS to become “approved foster parents” just in Los Angeles County. Stefano says that of 105 sexually abused victims that were found in this case, 65% of those victims were in the foster care system under CPS control, and they were allegedly never reported missing. “The Humanitarian Alliance” and a report they have found within 48 hours after a child has aged out of the foster care system, 65 to 70% of them are captured into human trafficking syndicates. In 2010 a report linking over 5000 people in the Department of Defense to child pornography was leaked to the media, but the investigation only looked at a couple of hundred military people, and the investigation was terminated after 8 months.
California CPS- “It is estimated that 100,000 children and youth are sexually exploited in the United States each year.” Northern California’s Alameda County found that a whopping 41 percent of 267 sex trafficking victims “were at one time part of the foster care system.” Stefano also underscores the importance of calling law enforcement – not CPS – for cases involving alleged child abuse. This is because child abuse is a criminal activity (a crime) that warrants the expertise of trained law enforcement personnel. CPS workers have not been trained to investigate child abuse.
Pennsylvania CPS- Child protection agency placed boy with known pedophile
Philadelphia CPS- Camden County Prosecutor’s Office in New Jersey has charged 55-year-old Charles Borrelli, a senior employee of the Philadelphia Department of Human Services, with third-degree possession of child pornography. Borrelli worked directly with Department of Human Services, in which is responsible for the wellbeing of thousands of at-risk children in and around the Philadelphia area. He also worked as part of a team that built and maintained the IT infrastructure at DHS, including what’s now their current case-management system, that allows caseworkers to track children and their families; and apparently, pedophiles who work inside the DHS also use it for following children. According to two DHS sources from within the organization, Borrelli had unfettered access to the databases that include personal information about the children under DHS care, without supervision.
Arizona CPS- David Frodsham utilized the State of Arizona and the foster care system to funnel innocent, vulnerable children into his home, so he could run a pedophile ring. In addition to physical abuse by Frodsham, John Doe also endured beatings and neglect by Frodsham’s wife, the claim said.“(Frodsham’s wife) knew the sexual abuse was occurring, at times walking into the room as it was happening, yet took no steps to stop it.” She refused to buy clothes for John Doe or feed him, screaming at him every time he would complain or try to protect himself. The Frodshams forced John Doe to live outside the house most of the time, and when they left for work, they’d lock him out of the house. He was left with a bike to travel to a convenience store in case he needed to use the restroom, the claim said. The neglect and abuse was documented by DCS, but still continued, the claim said. “The foster and other children ... were forced to eat hot sauce as punishment, handcuffed to the bed all night, locked outside the home and locked in closets,” the claim said. “John Doe and the other boys were beaten with fists, brooms, belts and other objects to the extent that medical care was frequently required.” In an internal DCS document obtained by the Star, one caseworker noted in March 2007 that the Frodshams admitted to handcuffing John Doe one night, after he had gotten out of his room. “The Frodshams did not hide the fact that they used the handcuffs and notified the agency immediately,” the progress report said, adding that the only “corrective action” to be taken against the Frodshams would be a review of policies and a “stern warning that this is inappropriate behavior and against policy.” DCS had access to more than 38 police reports from the Frodsham house, dated between 2002 and 2016 — all prior to Frodsham’s arrest for child abuse. Frodsham briefly worked with the Department of Defense in Afghanistan, but was kicked out and relieved from duty due to sexual harassment and a military assessment that shows he had an “unalterable personality disorder.” If John Doe had been the biological child of the Frodshams, the state would have removed him from the home based on the allegations of neglect and abuse, according to the claim.
Arizona CPS- Arizona’s Department of Child Safety placed a toddler with a man who ran a “pornographic pedophile ring” out of his home. According to the lawsuit, the foster mother burned her with scalding water over 80 percent of her body, which eventually led to her death. The state allowed Jane to stay with the Frodshams for 18 months, despite her biological mother’s complaints of “Jane Doe’s repeated documented urinary tract infections.” “Instead of investigating Jane Doe’s biological mother’s concerns of abuse, [DCS] and the defendant caseworkers accused her of making false and exaggerated reports to DCS.” Law enforcement’s investigation revealed a video made by David Frodsham of a 3- or 4-year-old girl. “When police arrived, there was blood on the floor and piece of Jane Doe’s skin were falling off her body. There were bruises to her neck and arms along with other signs of trauma.”
Nancy Schaefer says US CPS is a Threat to Children Everywhere- CPS itself is a threat to children and families not only in the U. S., but in many other countries that have patterned their Child Protective Services, Foster Care, Family Court and Adoption Services after the U.S. and supplied, with taxpayer dollars, the financial incentives to turn all Child Protective Services into a lucrative business.
United Nations Peacekeepers Caught Running a Child Sex Ring- A girl, known as “V01” (Victim No. 1). Vo1 was allegedly forced to have sex with approximately 50 peacekeepers over a period of three years, between the ages of 12 and 15. One of the perpetrators was a “Commandant” who she said gave her 75 cents in exchange for sex. Vo1 explained that she would often sleep in UN trucks on the base. A young boy, Vo9, was 15 when he was first sexually abused by a UN peacekeeper. Over the next three years, he was allegedly forced to have sex with over 100 Sri Lankan peacekeepers, on average four times per day. There are hundreds of other cases like these, yet very few of the perpetrators have been held accountable for their actions. From a legal perspective, the UN has no jurisdiction over peacekeepers so the organization can’t exactly put them on trial. In addition, the names of the peacekeepers who were found guilty have been kept confidential, meaning it’s impossible to figure out who’s involved.
Penn State child sex abuse scandal- Jerry Sandusky, an assistant coach for the Penn State Nittany Lions football team, engaging in sexual abuse of children over a period of at least 15 years. Sandusky had located and groomed victims through his charity organization, The Second Mile. Sandusky was indicted on 52 counts of child molestation. Although Sandusky's abuse may have begun in the 1970s, he was charged with abuse that occurred between 1994 and 2009. Additionally, three Penn State school officials (school president Graham Spanier, vice president Gary Schultz and athletic director Tim Curley) were charged with perjury, obstruction of justice, failure to report suspected child abuse, and related charges.
Strongsville International Adoption Agency Raided- Among the allegations by the state department, the EAC "…failed to adequately supervise…preventing the sale, abduction, exploitation, or trafficking of children." And that they failed safety procedures that prevent "…solicitation of bribes; Fraudulently obtaining birth parent consent…" to get the children here.
Legalized Pedophilia- Girls as young as ten are among more than 200,000 children wed to adults in the United States in just the past 15 years. The number of children married away to fully mature adults could be much higher than the already-startling number — ten states provide only fragmentary statistics, or none at all.
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2018.06.29 12:58 Hagisman [Data] The 5-4 decision cases where Justice Kennedy sided with the Majority decision.

The following data was gathered from Washington University Law. There are a couple of problems with this data. First of all it only goes up to 2016. Secondly this doesn't mean Kennedy was the swing vote, just that he was part of the 5 of the 5-4 decision.
Unit of Analysis - Citation
Term Scope - 1988 - 2016
Justice Involvement - Kennedy , Anthony McLeod
Vote Type - voted with majority or plurality
Majority Votes - 5
Minority Votes - 4
Analysis Case Count - 322 (of 8,809 possible records)
Relevant Scope - 1988 - 2016
Using Data Release - SCDB_2017_01
Search Reference Code - 1701-FIRSTBASE-9066
1 PITTSTON COAL GROUP, et al. v. SEBBEN, JAMES, et al.
2 NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION v. JERRY TARKANIAN
3 FLORIDA v. RILEY
4 In re MCDONALD
5 UNITED STATES v. RON PAIR ENTERPRISES, INC.
6 DUGGER, SECRETARY, FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, et al. v. ADAMS
7 NATIONAL TREASURY EMPLOYEES UNION et al. v. VON RAAB, COMMISSIONER, UNITED STATES CUSTOMS SERVICE
8 SCHMUCK v. UNITED STATES
9 RODRIGUEZ DE QUIJAS et al. v. SHEARSON/AMERICAN EXPRESS, INC.
10 FINLEY v. UNITED STATES
11 WARDS COVE PACKING CO., INC., et al. v. ATONIO et al.
12 MARTIN et al. v. WILKS et al.
13 WILL v. MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF STATE POLICE et al.
14 PATTERSON v. MCLEAN CREDIT UNION
15 DELLMUTH, ACTING SECRETARY OF EDUCATION OF PENNSYLVANIA v. MUTH et al.
16 JONES, SUPERINTENDENT, MISSOURI TRAINING CENTER FOR MEN AT MOBERLY v. THOMAS
17 PITTSBURGH & LAKE ERIE RAILROAD CO. v. RAILWAY LABOR EXECUTIVES' ASSOCIATION
18 UNITED STATES v. MONSANTO
19 CAPLIN & DRYSDALE, CHARTERED v. UNITED STATES
20 JETT v. DALLAS INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
21 HOFFMAN, TRUSTEE v. CONNECTICUT DEPARTMENT OF INCOME MAINTENANCE et al.
22 DUCKWORTH v. EAGAN
23 STANFORD v. KENTUCKY
24 WEBSTER, ATTORNEY GENERAL OF MISSOURI, et al. v. REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH SERVICES et al.
25 MICHAEL TERRELL v. TERRY L. MORRIS, SUPERINTENDENT, SOUTHERN OHIO CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
26 SPALLONE v. UNITED STATES et al.
27 BOB REVES, et al. v. ERNST & YOUNG
28 C. T. CARDEN, et al. v. ARKOMA ASSOCIATES
29 SCOTT WAYNE BLYSTONE v. PENNSYLVANIA
30 MICHIGAN v. TYRIS LEMONT HARVEY
31 RICHARD BOYDE v. CALIFORNIA
32 HORACE BUTLER v. KENNETH D. MCKELLAR, WARDEN, et al.
33 SAFFLE, WARDEN, et al. v. PARKS
34 FERENS et ux. v. JOHN DEERE CO., AKA DEERE & CO.
35 CLEMONS v. MISSISSIPPI
36 KAISER ALUMINUM & CHEMICAL CORP. et al. v. BONJORNO et al.
37 NEW YORK v. HARRIS
38 DEMOSTHENES et al. v. BAAL et al.
39 GARY E. PEEL v. ATTORNEY REGISTRATION AND DISCIPLINARY COMMISSION OF ILLINOIS
40 AMERICAN TRUCKING ASSOCIATIONS, INC., et al. v. MAURICE SMITH, DIRECTOR, ARKANSAS HIGHWAY AND TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT, et al.
41 UNITED STATES v. SHAWN D. EICHMAN, DAVID GERALD BLALOCK AND SCOTT W. TYLER
42 LOUIS W. SULLIVAN, SECRETARY OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES v. ELIZABETH STROOP, et al.
43 KANSAS et al. v. UTILICORP UNITED INC.
44 SAWYER v. SMITH, INTERIM WARDEN
45 CRUZAN, BY HER PARENTS AND CO-GUARDIANS, CRUZAN et ux. v. DIRECTOR, MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, et al.
46 WALTON v. ARIZONA
47 LEWIS, DIRECTOR, ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, et al. v. JEFFERS
48 MARYLAND v. CRAIG
49 LUJAN, SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR, et al. v. NATIONAL WILDLIFE FEDERATION et al.
50 COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE AND COIS BYRD, SHERIFF OF RIVERSIDE COUNTY v. MCLAUGHLIN, DONALD LEE, et al.
51 BRYAN STUART LANKFORD v. IDAHO
52 IRVING RUST, et al. v. SULLIVAN, LOUIS W., SECRETARY OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
53 WILLIAM J. BURNS v. UNITED STATES
54 LITTON FINANCIAL PRINTING DIVISION, A DIVISION OF LITTON BUSINESS SYSTEMS, INC. v. NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD, et al.
55 PEARLY L. WILSON v. RICHARD SEITER, et al.
56 MICHAEL BARNES, PROSECUTING ATTORNEY OF ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, INDIANA, et al. v. GLEN THEATRE, INC., et al.
57 EDWARD HAROLD SCHAD, JR. v. ARIZONA
58 COHEN v. COWLES MEDIA CO., DBA MINNEAPOLIS STAR & TRIBUNE CO., et al.
59 PERETZ v. UNITED STATES
60 DOMINIC P. GENTILE v. STATE BAR OF NEVADA
61 UNITED STATES v. JOHN H. WILLIAMS, JR.
62 DENNIS SOCHOR v. FLORIDA
63 ALLIED-SIGNAL, INC., AS SUCCESSOR-IN-INTEREST TO THE BENDIX CORPORATION v. DIRECTOR, DIVISION OF TAXATION
64 FORSYTH COUNTY, GEORGIA v. THE NATIONALIST MOVEMENT
65 ROBERT E. LEE, INDIVIDUALLY AND AS PRINCIPAL OF NATHAN BISHOP MIDDLE SCHOOL, et al. v. DANIEL WEISMAN ETC.
66 MARC GILBERT DOGGETT v. UNITED STATES
67 PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF SOUTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA, et al. v. ROBERT P. CASEY, et al., ETC.
68 DALE FARRAR AND PAT SMITH, CO-ADMINISTRATORS OF ESTATE OF JOSEPH D. FARRAR, DECEASED v. WILLIAM P. HOBBY, JR.
69 GARY GRAHAM v. JAMES A. COLLINS, DIRECTOR, TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE, INSTITUTIONAL DIVISION
70 JOSE ANTONIO ORTEGA-RODRIGUEZ v. UNITED STATES
71 PIONEER INVESTMENT SERVICES COMPANY v. BRUNSWICK ASSOCIATES LIMITED PARTNERSHIP et al.
72 NEWARK MORNING LEDGER CO., AS SUCCESSOR TO THE HERALD COMPANY v. UNITED STATES
73 TODD A. BRECHT v. GORDON A. ABRAHAMSON, SUPERINTENDENT, DODGE CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION
74 PAMELA WITHROW v. ROBERT ALLEN WILLIAMS, JR.
75 WILLIAM J. MERTENS, ALEX W. BANDROWSKI, JAMES A. CLARK, AND RUSSELL FRANZ v. HEWITT ASSOCIATES
76 LARRY ZOBREST, ET UX., et al. v. CATALINA FOOTHILLS SCHOOL DISTRICT
77 LEONARD HELLER, SECRETARY, KENTUCKY CABINET FOR HUMAN RESOURCES v. SAMUEL DOE, BY HIS MOTHER AND NEXT FRIEND, MARY DOE, et al.
78 DORSIE LEE JOHNSON, JR. v. TEXAS
79 ST. MARY'S HONOR CENTER, et al. v. MELVIN HICKS
80 RUTH O. SHAW, et al. v. JANET RENO, ATTORNEY GENERAL, et al.
81 UNITED STATES v. ALVIN J. DIXON AND MICHAEL FOSTER
82 HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE CO., et al. v. CALIFORNIA et al.
83 UNITED STATES v. JAMES DANIEL GOOD REAL PROPERTY et al.
84 WALDEMAR RATZLAF AND LORETTA RATZLAF v. UNITED STATES
85 CENTRAL BANK OF DENVER, N. A. v. FIRST INTERSTATE BANK OF DENVER, N. A. AND JACK K. NABER
86 BFP v. RESOLUTION TRUST CORPORATION, AS RECEIVER OF IMPERIAL FEDERAL SAVINGS ASSOCIATION, et al.
87 NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD v. HEALTH CARE & RETIREMENT CORPORATION OF AMERICA
88 DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE OF MONTANA v. KURTH RANCH et al.
89 JOHN JOSEPH ROMANO v. OKLAHOMA
90 FLORENCE DOLAN v. CITY OF TIGARD
91 THOMAS JEFFERSON UNIVERSITY, DBA THOMAS JEFFERSON UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL v. DONNA E. SHALALA, SECRETARY OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
92 TURNER BROADCASTING SYSTEM, INC., et al. v. FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION et al.
93 FRANK B. MCFARLAND v. WAYNE SCOTT, DIRECTOR, TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE, INSTITUTIONAL DIVISION
94 ALBERT HESS AND CHARLES F. WALSH v. PORT AUTHORITY TRANS-HUDSON CORPORATION
95 MATTHEW WAYNE TOME v. UNITED STATES
96 ARTHUR L. GUSTAFSON, et al. v. ALLOYD COMPANY, INCORPORATED, FKA ALLOYD HOLDINGS, INCORPORATED, et al.
97 DONNA E. SHALALA, SECRETARY OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES v. GUERNSEY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
98 MISSOURI, et al. v. KALIMA JENKINS, et al.
99 ADARAND CONSTRUCTORS, INC. v. FEDERICO PENA, SECRETARY OF TRANSPORTATION, et al.
100 KATIA GUTIERREZ DE MARTINEZ, EDUARDO MARTINEZ PUCCINI AND HENNY MARTINEZ DE PAPAIANI v. DIRK A. LAMAGNO et al.
101 OKLAHOMA TAX COMMISSION v. CHICKASAW NATION
102 CINDA SANDIN, UNIT TEAM MANAGER, HALAWA CORRECTIONAL FACILITY v. DEMONT R. D. CONNER et al.
103 RONALD W. ROSENBERGER, et al. v. RECTOR AND VISITORS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA et al.
104 ZELL MILLER, et al. v. DAVIDA JOHNSON et al.
105 J. D. NETHERLAND, WARDEN v. LEM DAVIS TUGGLE
106 SEMINOLE TRIBE OF FLORIDA v. FLORIDA et al.
107 HOLLY FARMS CORPORATION et al. v. NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS LABOR BOARD et al.
108 BMW OF NORTH AMERICA, INC. v. IRA GORE, JR.
109 RUTH O. SHAW, et al. v. JAMES B. HUNT, JR., GOVERNOR OF NORTH CAROLINA, et al.
110 MONTANA v. JAMES ALLEN EGELHOFF
111 STACEY C. KOON v. UNITED STATES
112 COLEMAN WAYNE GRAY v. J. D. NETHERLAND, WARDEN
113 MEDTRONIC, INC. v. LORA LOHR ET VIR
114 JOHNNY LYNN OLD CHIEF v. UNITED STATES
115 TURNER BROADCASTING SYSTEM, INC., et al. v. FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION et al.
116 BOARD OF THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF BRYAN COUNTY, OKLAHOMA v. JILL BROWN et al.
117 CARY MICHAEL LAMBRIX v. HARRY K. SINGLETARY, JR., SECRETARY, FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
118 CAMPS NEWFOUND/OWATONNA, INC. v. TOWN OF HARRISON, MAINE, et al.
119 WALTER MCMILLIAN v. MONROE COUNTY, ALABAMA
120 SANDRA JEAN DALE BOGGS v. THOMAS F. BOGGS, HARRY M. BOGGS AND DAVID B. BOGGS
121 LUCIOUS ABRAMS, JR., G. L. AVERY, WILLIAM GARY CHAMBERS, SR., AND KAREN WATSON v. DAVIDA JOHNSON et al.
122 JOSEPH ROGER O'DELL, III v. J. D. NETHERLAND, WARDEN, et al.
123 RACHEL AGOSTINI, et al. v. BETTY-LOUISE FELTON et al.
124 IDAHO, et al. v. COEUR D'ALENE TRIBE OF IDAHO, ETC., et al.
125 DAN GLICKMAN, SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE v. WILEMAN BROTHERS & ELLIOTT, INC., et al.
126 JAY PRINTZ, SHERIFF/CORONER, RAVALLI COUNTY, MONTANA v. UNITED STATES
127 NATIONAL CREDIT UNION ADMINISTRATION v. FIRST NATIONAL BANK & TRUST CO. et al.
128 HUGO ROMAN ALMENDAREZ-TORRES v. UNITED STATES
129 ARTHUR CALDERON, WARDEN v. THOMAS THOMPSON
130 FRANK J. MUSCARELLO v. UNITED STATES
131 THOMAS R. PHILLIPS, et al. v. WASHINGTON LEGAL FOUNDATION, et al.
132 ARNOLD F. HOHN v. UNITED STATES
133 ALIDA STAR GEBSER AND ALIDA JEAN MCCULLOUGH v. LAGO VISTA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
134 PENNSYLVANIA BOARD OF PROBATION AND PAROLE v. KEITH M. SCOTT
135 RANDON BRAGDON v. SIDNEY ABBOTT, et al.
136 ANGEL JAIME MONGE v. CALIFORNIA
137 ARTHUR CALDERON, WARDEN v. RUSSELL COLEMAN
138 NATIONAL FEDERATION OF FEDERAL EMPLOYEES, LOCAL 1309 v. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR et al.
139 AMANDA MITCHELL v. UNITED STATES
140 NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION, ETC., et al. v. FEDERAL LABOR RELATIONS AUTHORITY et al.
141 GRUPO MEXICANO DE DESARROLLO, S. A., et al. v. ALLIANCE BOND FUND, INC., et al.
142 LOUIS JONES v. UNITED STATES
143 CAROLE KOLSTAD v. AMERICAN DENTAL ASSOCIATION
144 FLORIDA PREPAID POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION EXPENSE BOARD v. COLLEGE SAVINGS BANK AND UNITED STATES
145 COLLEGE SAVINGS BANK v. FLORIDA PREPAID POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION EXPENSE BOARD et al.
146 JOHN H. ALDEN, et al. v. MAINE
147 ILLINOIS v. WILLIAM AKA SAM WARDLOW
148 LONNIE WEEKS, JR. v. RONALD J. ANGELONE, DIRECTOR, VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
149 GEORGE SMITH, WARDEN v. LEE ROBBINS
150 JANET RENO, ATTORNEY GENERAL v. BOSSIER PARISH SCHOOL BOARD
151 FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION, et al. v. BROWN & WILLIAMSON TOBACCO CORPORATION, et al.
152 UNITED STATES v. ANTONIO J. MORRISON, et al.
153 MARIA SUZUKI OHLER v. UNITED STATES
154 UNITED STATES, et al. v. PLAYBOY ENTERTAINMENT GROUP, INC.
155 ALEXIS GEIER, et al. v. AMERICAN HONDA MOTOR COMPANY, INC., et al.
156 FLOYD J. CARTER v. UNITED STATES
157 CHARLES B. MILLER, SUPERINTENDENT, PENDLETON CORRECTIONAL FACILITY, et al., v. RICHARD A. FRENCH, et al.
158 BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA AND MONMOUTH COUNCIL, et al. v. JAMES DALE
159 GEORGE W. BUSH AND RICHARD CHENEY v. ALBERT GORE, JR., et al.
160 SOLID WASTE AGENCY OF NORTHERN COOK COUNTY v. UNITED STATES ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS, et al.
161 LEGAL SERVICES CORPORATION v. CARMEN VELAZQUEZ, et al.
162 CIRCUIT CITY STORES, INC. v. SAINT CLAIR ADAMS
163 JAMES ALEXANDER, DIRECTOR, ALABAMA DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY, et al. v. MARTHA SANDOVAL, INDIVIDUALLY AND ON BEHALF OF ALL OTHERS SIMILARLY SITUATED
164 GAIL ATWATER, et al. v. CITY OF LAGO VISTA et al.
165 EARTHY D. DANIELS, JR. v. UNITED STATES
166 LACKAWANNA COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY, et al. v. EDWARD R. COSS, JR.
167 WILBERT K. ROGERS v. TENNESSEE
168 BUCKHANNON BOARD AND CARE HOME, INC., et al. v. WEST VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN RESOURCES, et al.
169 NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD v. KENTUCKY RIVER COMMUNITY CARE, INC., et al.
170 TUAN ANH NGUYEN AND JOSEPH BOULAIS v. IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE
171 IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE v. ENRICO ST. CYR
172 DEBORIS CALCANO-MARTINEZ, et al. v. IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE
173 ANTHONY PALAZZOLO v. RHODE ISLAND, et al.
174 MELVIN TYLER v. BURL CAIN, WARDEN
175 CORRECTIONAL SERVICES CORPORATION v. JOHN E. MALESKO
176 LARRY DEAN DUSENBERY v. UNITED STATES
177 GREAT-WEST LIFE & ANNUITY INSURANCE COMPANY, et al. v. JANETTE KNUDSON AND ERIC KNUDSON
178 TRACY RAGSDALE, et al. v. WOLVERINE WORLD WIDE, INC.
179 HOFFMAN PLASTIC COMPOUNDS, INC. v. NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD
180 TOMMY G. THOMPSON, SECRETARY OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, et al. v. WESTERN STATES MEDICAL CENTER et al.
181 FEDERAL MARITIME COMMISSION v. SOUTH CAROLINA STATE PORTS AUTHORITY et al.
182 WILLIAM JOSEPH HARRIS v. UNITED STATES
183 SUSAN TAVE ZELMAN, SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION OF OHIO, et al. v. DORIS SIMMONS-HARRIS et al.
184 BOARD OF EDUCATION OF INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 92 OF POTTAWATOMIE COUNTY, et al. v. LINDSAY EARLS et al.
185 DAVID ALLEN SATTAZAHN v. PENNSYLVANIA
186 GARY ALBERT EWING v. CALIFORNIA
187 BILL LOCKYER, ATTORNEY GENERAL OF CALIFORNIA v. LEANDRO ANDRADE
188 KHANH PHUONG NGUYEN v. UNITED STATES et al.
189 AMERICAN INSURANCE ASSOCIATION, et al. v. JOHN GARAMENDI, INSURANCE COMMISSIONER, STATE OF CALIFORNIA
190 GRUPO DATAFLUX v. ATLAS GLOBAL GROUP, L. P., et al.
191 MICHAEL YARBOROUGH, WARDEN v. MICHAEL ALVARADO
192 LARRY D. HIIBEL v. SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF NEVADA, HUMBOLDT COUNTY, et al.
193 DORA B. SCHRIRO, DIRECTOR, ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS v. WARREN WESLEY SUMMERLIN
194 JEFFREY A. BEARD, SECRETARY, PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, et al. v. GEORGE E. BANKS
195 JOHN D. ASHCROFT, ATTORNEY GENERAL v. AMERICAN CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION et al.
196 UNITED STATES v. FREDDIE J. BOOKER
197 KEYSE G. JAMA v. IMMIGRATION AND CUSTOMS ENFORCEMENT
198 DONALD P. ROPER, SUPERINTENDENT, POTOSI CORRECTIONAL CENTER v. CHRISTOPHER SIMMONS
199 DAVID B. PASQUANTINO, CARL J. PASQUANTINO, AND ARTHUR HILTS v. UNITED STATES
200 JOHN A. PACE v. DAVID DIGUGLIELMO, SUPERINTENDENT, STATE CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION AT GRATERFORD, et al.
201 JENNIFER M. GRANHOLM, GOVERNOR OF MICHIGAN, et al. v. ELEANOR HEALD, et al.
202 JOSE ERNESTO MEDELLIN v. DOUG DRETKE, DIRECTOR, TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE, CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS DIVISION
203 MICHAEL DONALD DODD v. UNITED STATES
204 EXXON MOBIL CORPORATION v. ALLAPATTAH SERVICES, INC., et al.
205 THOMAS VAN ORDEN v. RICK PERRY, IN HIS OFFICIAL CAPACITY AS GOVERNOR OF TEXAS AND CHAIRMAN, STATE PRESERVATION BOARD, et al.
206 RICKY BELL, WARDEN v. GREGORY THOMPSON
207 JILL L. BROWN, WARDEN v. RONALD L. SANDERS
208 GIL GARCETTI, et al. v. RICHARD CEBALLOS
209 KANSAS v. MICHAEL LEE MARSH, II
210 ROBERT L. AYERS, JR., ACTING WARDEN v. FERNANDO BELMONTES
211 GARY LAWRENCE v. FLORIDA
212 PHILIP MORRIS USA v. MAYOLA WILLIAMS, PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE OF THE ESTATE OF JESSE D. WILLIAMS, DECEASED
213 ROBERT LOUIS MARRAMA v. CITIZENS BANK OF MASSACHUSETTS, et al.
214 ALICIA G. LIMTIACO, ATTORNEY GENERAL OF GUAM v. FELIX P. CAMACHO, GOVERNOR OF GUAM
215 MASSACHUSETTS, et al. v. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY et al.
216 ALBERTO R. GONZALES, ATTORNEY GENERAL v. LEROY CARHART, et al.
217 ALPHONSO JAMES, JR. v. UNITED STATES
218 JALIL ABDUL-KABIR, FKA TED CALVIN COLE v. NATHANIEL QUARTERMAN, DIRECTOR, TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE, CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS DIVISION
219 BRENT RAY BREWER v. NATHANIEL QUARTERMAN, DIRECTOR, TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE, CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS DIVISION
220 LAROYCE LATHAIR SMITH v. TEXAS
221 DORA B. SCHRIRO, DIRECTOR, ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS v. JEFFREY TIMOTHY LANDRIGAN, AKA BILLY PATRICK WAYNE HILL
222 LILLY M. LEDBETTER v. THE GOODYEAR TIRE & RUBBER COMPANY, INC.
223 JEFFREY UTTECHT, SUPERINTENDENT, WASHINGTON STATE PENITENTIARY v. CAL COBURN BROWN
224 JOHN FRANCIS FRY v. CHERYL K. PLILER, WARDEN
225 KEITH BOWLES v. HARRY RUSSELL, WARDEN
226 NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF HOME BUILDERS, et al. v. DEFENDERS OF WILDLIFE et al.
227 LEEGIN CREATIVE LEATHER PRODUCTS, INC. v. PSKS, INC., DBA KAY'S KLOSET . . . KAY'S SHOES
228 SCOTT LOUIS PANETTI v. NATHANIEL QUARTERMAN, DIRECTOR, TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE, CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS DIVISION
229 BOUMEDIENE v. BUSH
230 DADA v. MUKASEY
231 SPRINT COMMUNS. CO., L.P. v. APCC SERVS.
232 PLAINS COMMERCE BANK v. LONG FAMILY LAND & CATTLE CO.
233 KENNEDY v. LOUISIANA
234 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA v. HELLER
235 DAVIS v. FEC
236 MEDELLIN v. TEXAS
237 DONALD C. WINTER, SECRETARY OF THE NAV., et al. v. NATURAL RESOURCES DEFENSE COUNCIL, INC., et al.
238 ALTRIA GROUP, INC., et al. v. STEPHANIE GOOD et al.
239 BENNIE DEAN HERRING v. UNITED STATES
240 OREGON v. THOMAS EUGENE ICE
241 BETTY E. VADEN v. DISCOVER BANK et al.
242 ENTERGY CORPORATION v. RIVERKEEPER, INC., et al.
243 14 PENN PLAZA LLC et al. v. STEVEN PYETT et al.
244 JOHNNIE CORLEY v. UNITED STATES
245 JOHN D. ASHCROFT, FORMER ATTORNEY GENERAL, et al. v. JAVAID IQBAL et al.
246 KEITH HAYWOOD v. CURTIS DROWN, et al.
247 HUGH M. CAPERTON, et al. v. A. T. MASSEY COAL COMPANY, INC., et al.
248 UNITED STATES v. JACOB DENEDO
249 JACK GROSS v. FBL FINANCIAL SERVICES, INC.
250 THOMAS C. HORNE, SUPERINTENDENT, ARIZONA PUBLIC INSTRUCTION v. MIRIAM FLORES et al.
251 FRANK RICCI, et al. v. JOHN DESTEFANO et al.
252 CITIZENS UNITED v. FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSION
253 STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA v. STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
254 MARCUS A. WELLONS v. HILTON HALL, WARDEN
255 DENNIS HOLLINGSWORTH, et al., APPLICANTS v. KRISTIN M. PERRY et al.
256 MARY BERGHUIS, WARDEN v. VAN CHESTER THOMPKINS
257 RENT-A-CENTER, WEST, INC. v. ANTONIO JACKSON
258 FREE ENTERPRISE FUND AND BECKSTEAD AND WATTS, LLP v. PUBLIC COMPANY ACCOUNTING OVERSIGHT BOARD et al.
259 OTIS MCDONALD, et al. v. CITY OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, et al.
260 HARRY F. CONNICK, DISTRICT ATTORNEY, et al., PETITIONERS v. JOHN THOMPSON
261 ARIZONA CHRISTIAN SCHOOL TUITION ORGANIZATION, PETITIONER v. KATHLEEN M. WINN et al.
262 VINCENT CULLEN, ACTING WARDEN, PETITIONER v. SCOTT LYNN PINHOLSTER
263 AT&T MOBILITY LLC, PETITIONER v. VINCENT CONCEPCION
264 EDMUND G. BROWN, JR., GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA, et al., APPELLANTS v. MARCIANO PLATA et al.
265 JANUS CAPITAL GROUP, INC., et al., PETITIONERS v. FIRST DERIVATIVE TRADERS
266 J. D. B., PETITIONER v. NORTH CAROLINA
267 WAL-MART STORES, INC., PETITIONER v. BETTY DUKES et al.
268 MICHAEL D. TURNER, PETITIONER v. REBECCA L. ROGERS et al.
269 PLIVIA, INC., et al., PETITIONERS v. GLADYS MENSING
270 HOWARD K. STERN, EXECUTOR OF THE ESTATE OF VICKI LYNN MARSHALL, PETITIONER, v. ELAINE T. MARSHALL, EXECUTRIX OF THE ESTATE OF E. PIERCE MARSHALL
271 ARIZONA FREE ENTERPRISE CLUB'S FREEDOM CLUB PAC, et al., PETITIONERS v. KEN BENNETT, IN HIS OFFICIAL CAPACITY AS ARIZONA SECRETARY OF STATE, et al.
272 HUMBERTO LEAL GARCIA, AKA HUMBERTO LEAL v. TEXAS
273 TOBY DOUGLAS, DIRECTOR, CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH CARE SERVICES, PETITIONER v. INDEPENDENT LIVING CENTER OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, INC., et al.
274 DANIEL COLEMAN, PETITIONER v. COURT OF APPEALS OF MARYLAND et al.
275 BLAINE LAFLER, PETITIONER v. ANTHONY COOPER
276 MISSOURI, PETITIONER v. GALIN E. FRYE
277 ALBERT W. FLORENCE, PETITIONER v. BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS OF THE COUNTY OF BURLINGTON et al.
278 SALAZAR v. RAMAH NAVAJO CHAPTER
279 MICHAEL SHANE CHRISTOPHER, et al., PETITIONERS v. SMITHKLINE BEECHAM CORPORATION DBA GLAXOSMITHKLINE
280 WILLIAMS v. ILLINOIS
281 EDWARD DORSEY, SR., PETITIONER v. UNITED STATES
282 AMERICAN TRADITION PARTNERSHIP, INC., FKA WESTERN TRADITION PARTNERSHIP, INC., et al. v. STEVE BULLOCK, ATTORNEY GENERAL OF MONTANA, et al.
283 EVAN MILLER, PETITIONER v. ALABAMA
284 JAMES R. CLAPPER, JR., DIRECTOR OF NATIONAL INTELLIGENCE, et al., PETITIONERS v. AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL USA et al.
285 COMCAST CORPORATION, et al., PETITIONERS v. CAROLINE BEHREND et al.
286 GENESIS HEALTHCARE CORPORATION, et al., PETITIONERS v. LAURA SYMCZYK
287 US AIRWAYS, INC., IN ITS CAPACITY AS FIDUCIARY AND PLAN ADMINISTRATOR OF THE US AIRWAYS, INC. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS PLAN, PETITIONER v. JAMES E. MCCUTCHEN et al.
288 JONATHAN EDWARD BOYER, PETITIONER v. LOUISIANA
289 GREG MCQUIGGIN, WARDEN, PETITIONER v. FLOYD PERKINS
290 CARLOS TREVINO, PETITIONER v. RICK THALER, DIRECTOR, TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE, CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS DIVISION
291 MARYLAND, PETITIONER v. ALONZO JAY KING, JR.
292 EDWARD F. MARACICH, et al., PETITIONERS v. MICHAEL EUGENE SPEARS et al.
293 MUTUAL PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANY, INC., PETITIONER v. KAREN L. BARTLETT
294 MAETTA VANCE, PETITIONER v. BALL STATE UNIVERSITY
295 UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS SOUTHWESTERN MEDICAL CENTER, PETITIONER v. NAIEL NASSAR
296 SHELBY COUNTY v. HOLDER
297 KOONTZ v. ST. JOHNS RIVER WATER MGMT. DIST.
298 ADOPTIVE COUPLE v. BABY GIRL
299 UNITED STATES v. WINDSOR
300 MCCUTCHEON v. FEC
301 PRADO NAVARETTE v. CALIFORNIA
302 PAROLINE v. UNITED STATES
303 TOWN OF GREECE v. GALLOWAY
304 HALL v. FLORIDA
305 MICHIGAN v. BAY MILLS INDIAN COMMUNITY
306 SCIALABBA v. CUELLAR DE OSORIO
307 ABRAMSKI v. UNITED STATES
308 HARRIS v. QUINN
309 ALA. LEGISLATIVE BLACK CAUCUS v. ALABAMA
310 COMPTROLLER OF THE TREASURY v. WYNNE
311 UNITED STATES v. KWAI FUN WONG
312 TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY AFFAIRS v. INCLUSIVE COMMUNITIES PROJECT, INC.
313 ARIZONA STATE LEGISLATURE v. ARIZONA INDEPENDENT REDISTRICTING COMMISSION
314 CITY OF LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA v. PATEL
315 MICHIGAN v. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
316 BRUMFIELD v. CAIN
317 KINGSLEY v. HENDRICKSON
318 OBERGEFELL v. HODGES
319 GLOSSIP v. GROSS
320 CAL PUBLIC EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYS. v. ANZ SECURITIES
321 MCWILLIAMS v. DUNN
322 DAVILA v. DAVIS
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2018.01.12 16:20 CitizenJac Unity in Community: Message from Governor Rauner Proclaims January 15, 2018 MLK, Jr. Day of Service in Illinois

Good Friday My Northwest Neighbors,
As Unity in Community continues our prep for our 2nd Annual MLK Day Dinner at Wildwood Tavern this Monday, January 15 @6:30 PM (RSVP and event info here: https://www.facebook.com/events/380722305718681/ ), we are pleased to share with you the MLK Day proclamation from Governor Rauner about the MLK Day of Service. Unity in Community has previously posted the link for you to find a way to donate your time and treasure to continue our nation's movement toward race and gender equality, and inclusion for all. The link is searchable by geographical area and area of interest. Here's the Governor's proclamation. Questions? Please ask. [email protected].
Illinois e-News Release FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Scott McFarland January 11, 2018 (217) 685-5930 www.Serve.Illinois.gov Volunteers Across Illinois To Answer Martin Luther King Jr.’s Question “What Are You Doing for Others?” MLK Day of Service Highlights Volunteer Activities in Illinois
SPRINGFIELD – Governor Bruce Rauner has proclaimed January 15, 2018 as Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service in the State of Illinois. The Serve Illinois Commission on Volunteerism and Community Service (Serve Illinois) encourages people across Illinois to take part in the day of service by volunteering in their community.
Martin Luther King Jr. Day was designated a National Day of Service by Congress in 1994. Illinoisans have a rich history of service, including being the number one volunteering state out of the largest states in the country. Dr. King said, “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is: ‘What are you doing for others?’”
“Illinoisans answer this question each day by helping their neighbors and their community. Volunteerism is the answer,” said Serve Illinois Executive Director Scott McFarland. “Illinois is proud that we were the first state to honor Dr. King with a holiday, and we are prouder still that Illinoisans make it a day on, not a day off.”
Some of the many volunteer opportunities specifically created for this Day of Service include:
Youth & Opportunity United is hosting its 12th annual Diverse Communities United event. The youth-led event will feature performances and artwork by youth from 11 schools across Evanston and Skokie who seek to realize Dr. King’s vision. The event is FREE, family-friendly, and open to all ages. A community reception will be held in the lobby outside of the auditorium immediately following the program.
Girl Scouts of Northern Illinois will be assisting City of Elgin’s 2018 MLK Day of Service and Youth Leadership Conference.
Northwestern Settlement will host its 11th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Literacy Fair. Every participant will have the opportunity to partake in a variety of literacy-based activities, including games, arts and crafts, and creative writing. Participants will also be able to take home a book of their choosing and learn about the empowering nature of literacy. Families with readers of every age are encouraged to attend.
City Year Chicago will be painting murals, walls, and classroom whiteboard, as well as doing light construction (benches and cubbies) for Gale Community Academy. They will also be doing mural painting for Jordan Elementary and all the 26 schools City Year Chicago serves. To end the day, they will be hosting a Beloved Community Open House to display Rogers Park organizations and the work they are doing to serve the community.
On January 17, 2018, AmeriCorps Project MORE will be collaborating with Housing Forward for the 2018 MLK Day of Service. Members, community volunteers, and program staff will be serving at Chicago homeless shelters to distribute donated toiletries, literacy supplies, and books to the shelter families. Families will be engaged in literacy development activities that promote reading and discuss Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s contributions to society.
All of the organizations listed above are part of the AmeriCorps program, which provides opportunities for adults of all ages and backgrounds to serve through a network of partnerships with local and national nonprofit groups.
Anyone interested in volunteering on Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service can visit Serve.Illinois.gov to find more than 2,000 volunteer opportunities throughout Illinois and in bordering states. Volunteers can search based on location or area of interest, as well as by web-based, ongoing, or one-time volunteer opportunities.
The Serve Illinois Commission is a 40-member (25 voting and 15 non-voting), bipartisan board appointed by the Governor and administered by the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH). Its mission is to improve Illinois communities by enhancing volunteerism and instilling an ethic of service throughout the State.
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2016.11.20 15:43 emememaker73 The Week In Review: Suburban News of the Past Week (11/20/16)

Sunday:
NORTH:
· 1. Zion man files $2.5 million lawsuit against Lake County after he was jailed for three months in a gang racketeering case that was recently dismissed (Chicago Tribune/Lake County News-Sun)
NORTHWEST:
· 2. Mount Prospect may move Metra station to improve traffic flow downtown (Daily Herald)
· 3. Two people killed in single-vehicle crash along Route 31 in South Elgin (Chicago Tribune/Elgin Courier-News)
· 4. Elgin Travel Class celebrates organization's 120th anniversary of expanding women's horizons (Daily Herald)
WEST:
· 5. Geneva considering sales-tax rebates to attract new tenants to shuttered Dominick's building (Daily Herald)
· 6. DuPage County Sheriff's Office still searching for parents of dead baby found in mid-August near Wheaton (FOX 32)
SOUTHWEST:
· 7. Palos Park woman struck, killed by Jeep after stepping into its path on 131st Street in Palos Park (Chicago Sun-Times)
SOUTH:
· 8. World's largest gathering of tow trucks takes place at Toyota Park in Bridgeview; toy donations collected for Toys for Tots (ABC 7)
NORTHWEST INDIANA:
· 9. Future of East Chicago's nearly hundred-year-old Marktown clouded as BP refinery continues to expand (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 10. Griffith Public Schools teachers ask why class sizes are so big, seek lower numbers (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 11. Gary Sanitary District closing wastewater-treatment lagoon, start work on long-term plan to reduce overflow of wastewater, stormwater in area waterways (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 12. Hobart Township official pushes Hobart, Lake Station, New Chicago on improvements on Ridge Road (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 13. Crown Point Fire Department donates 1979 engine to Guatemala (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 14. Dyer residents call for better accessibility for the disabled, more paths at town parks (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 15. Plans for Winfield Dunkin' Donuts location moves forward (Northwest Indiana Times)
Monday:
NORTH:
· 16. Ingleside woman pushes for changes to law to allow victims of violent crimes to get attorneys free of charge (Daily Herald)
· 17. Eight people taken to hospitals for carbon monoxide poisoning in Evanston; source being investigated (CBS 2)
· 18. Evanston Township High School principal's call for unity on day after election goes viral (Chicago Tribune)
· 19. Three teens charged in two separate car thefts over the weekend in Evanston (Chicago Sun-Times)
· 20. Lakewood woman killed in crash after her car ran red light, crashed into SUV in Deer Park (Chicago Sun-Times)
· 21. Highland Park gas station robbed at gunpoint on Sunday (Chicago Sun-Times)
· 22. Housing development proposed for corner of Route 22 and Quentin Road in Hawthorn Woods moves forward (Daily Herald)
NORTHWEST:
· 23. Parents, after-school programs in Barrington Area Unit School District 220 await answers following change in start times (Daily Herald)
· 24. Schaumburg woman struck, killed by Metra train near Prospect Road crossing in Roselle (Chicago Sun-Times)
WEST:
· 25. Redevelopment of Glen Ellyn's Giesche Shoes property uncertain as developer have yet to apply for zoning for proposed apartment/retail complex (Daily Herald)
· 26. Naperville high-schooler creates holiday-lights tribute to World Series champion Chicago Cubs (ABC 7)
· 27. Chicago drug dealer sentenced to 35 years in prison for shooting federal informant in Oak Park in 2014 (CBS 2)
· 28. Lombard considering changing 25-year-old parking restrictions in neighborhoods around Glenbard East High School (Daily Herald)
SOUTHWEST:
· 29. Tinley Park police charge Orland Park man, issue warrant for Tinley Park man in disturbance that involved a gun being shot (FOX 32)
NORTHWEST INDIANA:
· 30. New, historic-style façade installed on former Valparaiso police station now housing Porter County Museum (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 31. Hobart raises ambulance-service fees (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 32. America's Best Contacts & Eyeglasses, Bentley's Pet Stuff, Nordstrom Rack, Talbots contracted to place stores at Schererville lifestyle mall (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 33. Porter County police investigate theft of more than $20,000 in jewelry from Porter Township house (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 34. LaPorte County storage facility burglarized (Northwest Indiana Times)
REGIONAL
· 35. California real-estate investor sells seven buildings that house grocery stores in Chicago area, including stores in Evanston, Libertyville and Park Ridge (Crain's Chicago Business)
Tuesday:
NORTH:
· 36. Six people arrested in connection with drive-by shooting of Highland Park High School student (CBS 2)
· 37. Mundelein trustees consider imposing parking limitations, bans on narrow streets (Daily Herald)
· 38. Libertyville designates former New Castle Hotel building as local landmark (Daily Herald)
· 39. Pro- and anti-gun protestors picket at Deerfield Portillo's for grand opening (Chicago Tribune/Deerfield Review)
· 40. Chicago man in custody after allegedly robbing Glencoe bank (Chicago Tribune/Glencoe News)
· 41. Basketball player sues Northwestern University, alleging transfer rules violate anti-trust laws, preventing him from playing immediately at a new school (Chicago Tribune)
· 42. Lindenhurst teen sentenced to 'second-chance probation' after pleading guilty to stealing wallet from man she arranged to meet in Palatine in March (Daily Herald)
· 43. Lincolnshire settles an Open Meetings Act lawsuit stemming from adoption of right-to-work ordinance in 2015; plaintiffs to receive $100,000 (Daily Herald)
NORTHWEST:
· 44. 18 passengers sue American Airlines, General Electric Aviation, Boeing over airplane-engine part that broke and caused fire on Oct. 28 (CBS 2)
· 45. Arlington Heights Village Board approves ordinance designed to deter gang members from loitering on sidewalks, in parking lots and in front of stores (Chicago Tribune/Arlington Heights Post)
· 46. New Christian-focused youth center in Barrington approved (Daily Herald)
· 47. Buffalo Grove High School starts late after 39-year-old teacher dies of cardiomyopathy inside the school (Chicago Tribune/Buffalo Grove Countryside)
· 48. Wheeling man who stashed meth in fake soda can sentenced to four years in prison for delivering controlled substances (Daily Herald)
WEST:
· 49. Joliet woman dies of injuries that resulted from her being hit Nov. 1 by an SUV in Naperville (Chicago Tribune/Naperville Sun)
· 50. Fire in Wheaton's public-works building apparently started in pickup truck's bed (Daily Herald)
· 51. Bellwood man charged in Nov. 13 robbery of Elmhurst bank (Daily Herald)
· 52. St. Charles Community School District 303 board approve $50 million remodeling of Thompson Middle School, ignoring petition for new middle school (Daily Herald)
· 53. Oak Brook officials cry foul after Oakbrook Terrace installs red-light cameras at Route 83 and 22nd Street near Oakbrook Center (Chicago Tribune/The Doings)
· 54. Driver charged with DUI after hit-and-run crash, led victim on chase through Riverside, Lyons, Brookfield, La Grange Park; arrested on border between La Grange Park and Westchester (Chicago Sun-Times)
· 55. HCS Family Services opens food pantry at Willowbrook elementary school to help families facing hunger (CBS 2)
SOUTHWEST:
· 56. Evergreen Park police investigate source of racist graffiti in wake of U.S. Presidential election (Chicago Tribune/Daily Southtown)
· 57. Country Club Hills singer wows Alicia Keys with rendition of Bon Jovi's 'Living on a Prayer' on NBC's 'The Voice' (Chicago Tribune)
· 58. Indiana trucker pleads guilty in 2014 crash that killed five people on I-55 near Channahon (Chicago Tribune)
· 59. Family of Cook County Sheriff's deputy's ex-girlfriend sues over deputy's possession of service weapon, allegedly used to shoot ex-girlfriend, her father, then commit suicide in Bridgeview (Chicago Sun-Times)
NORTHWEST INDIANA:
· 60. Hammond City Council to consider pay boosts for themselves, mayor; council members also votes to donate 1922 train engine to Fort Wayne Railroad Historical Society (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 61. Three men restrain employees, customers during armed robbery of Chesterton cell-phone store (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 62. Lake County Council passes resolution urging state officials to institute legalization of medical marijuana (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 63. Hebron school superintendent joins protest over ISTEP (Northwest Indiana Times)
REGIONAL
· 64. Illinois Secretary of State unveils new license plates, featuring Abraham Lincoln, Chicago skyline, a windmill and State Capitol dome (Chicago Tribune)
· 65. Indiana state lawmaker plans to propose complete ban on abortion (Northwest Indiana Times)
Wednesday:
NORTH:
· 66. Chicago woman pleads guilty to causing explosion in bathroom at Waukegan Target in June; given 18 months probation, ordered to counseling (Chicago Tribune)
· 67. 70-year-old Grayslake man sentenced to nine months in prison for tax evasion, filing false tax return (Chicago Sun-Times)
· 68. Libertyville set to hire Cary employee as its new village administrator (Daily Herald)
· 69. Student plasters Warren Township High School walls with positive messages following increased tension over racist sign on bathroom (NBC 5)
· 70. Two men invade Wilmette home, escape with small amount of cash (ABC 7)
NORTHWEST:
· 71. Home-schooled Lake Villa boy to compete in World Pool-Billiard Association's World Junior Nine Ball Championship in Shanghai, China (Daily Herald)
· 72. Crystal Lake man killed in three-car crash in Woodstock (Chicago Sun-Times)
· 73. Buffalo Grove to seek 2.64-percent increase on tax levy for fiscal year 2017 (Daily Herald)
· 74. 62-year-old Hanover Park man charged with molesting girl (Daily Herald)
WEST:
· 75. Two Naperville North High School students disciplined after fight motivated by 'racially charged' text message (Daily Herald)
· 76. Kane County may have to wait on IEPA study of Settler's Hill landfill for cross-country running use (Daily Herald)
· 77. Man killed in two-vehicle crash at Gary's Mill and Roosevelt roads in West Chicago (Daily Herald)
· 78. Glen Ellyn resident finds insurance company won't cover car damage caused by rodents chewing soy-covered wires (NBC 5)
· 79. Suspect in Brookfield murder arrested in Chicago after police chase ends in crash (CBS 2)
· 80. Chicago man charged with Sept. 30 robbery of Westchester cell-phone store (Chicago Tribune/The Doings)
· 81. Vehicle goes airborne before crashing into two houses in St. Charles; driver charged with DUI (Chicago Sun-Times)
· 82. Addison man given 18-year prison sentence for sexually assaulting young relative during three-year period (Chicago Sun-Times)
· 83. Two people rob Naperville drug store with hypodermic needle they claimed was contaminated with HIV (Daily Herald)
· 84. Glen Ellyn police called in after man spotted with gun at motel; suspect spotted throwing objects into nearby pond (FOX 32)
SOUTHWEST:
· 85. Will County uses seized drug money to purchase canine unit for Channahon police (WGN TV)
SOUTH:
· 86. Park Forest man arrested in Minneapolis for Oct. 28 murder in Park Forest; accomplice also arrested for aiding a fugitive (Chicago Tribune)
· 87. Woman dies after vehicle crash at Sauk Trail and Ridgeland Avenue in Richton Park (Chicago Sun-Times)
NORTHWEST INDIANA:
· 88. BP plans to lay off 50 to 80 employees at its Whiting refinery, 3 to 4 percent of total workforce (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 89. Schererville man sentenced to three years in prison for robbery, attempted robbery of people at ATMs (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 90. Comcast customers in LaPorte without Internet for days; LaPorte Police have been unable to file reports because of outage (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 91. Crown Point unveils proposal for 109th Avenue/North Street intersection with roundabout, high-end apartments, village house, arts district (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 92. Lake County Board awards contract to build right-, left-turn lanes on 109th Avenue at U.S. 41, south of St. John (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 93. American Bar Association censures Valparaiso University Law School over admissions practices (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 94. Lake of Four Seasons Fire Force reports spike in fire calls in Winfield (Northwest Indiana Times)
Thursday:
NORTH:
· 95. Two people injured in semi-vs-SUV crash on Golf Road in Skokie (FOX 32)
· 96. Parents criticize Lake Zurich Community Unit School District 95 for its handling of hazing incident, negative publicity (FOX 32)
· 97. Bill McNamara resigns as Stevenson High School varsity football head coach; will move to another position (Chicago Tribune/Lincolnshire Review)
· 98. Warren Township High School swimmer dies after swim-club activity at Vernon Hills High School (Chicago Tribune/Vernon Hills Review)
· 99. Country Club Hills man arrested in Fort Hood, Texas, for Evanston murder; had cannabis, stolen firearms with him and threw a puppy at military police officer before arrest (Chicago Tribune/Evanston Review)
· 100. Registered sex offender from Lake Bluff charged with violating registry law by volunteering at Lake Forest church (Chicago Tribune/Lake Forester)
NORTHWEST:
· 101. Man fatally struck by Metra train in Mount Prospect (NBC 5)
· 102. Bloomingdale man who served 10½ years in prison for drug-related crash that killed Schaumburg Eagle Scout jailed for driving on revoked license (Chicago Tribune)
· 103. East Dundee bar fined $1,000 after two patrons were caught consuming alcohol two minutes after closing time (Daily Herald)
· 104. Algonquin man dies after falling off balcony in Chicago; may have been drinking before the fall (Chicago Sun-Times)
· 105. Algonquin tightens video-gambling ordinances to prohibit businesses from making a majority of their money from gambling (Daily Herald)
· 106. 32-year-old Carpentersville man sentenced to 12 years in prison after ninth DUI conviction (Daily Herald)
· 107. Mount Prospect's proposed 2017 budget shows surplus, lower property taxes (Daily Herald)
· 108. Rolling Meadows man charged with sexual abuse of 14-year-old girl (Daily Herald)
WEST:
· 109 Downers Grove man charged with fatal drug-overdose of Spanish exchange student now accused of had sex with her and another exchange student (Chicago Tribune)
· 110. Unattended candle blamed for fire at North Central College dormitory (Chicago Sun-Times/Naperville Sun)
· 111. Elk Grove Village police chief to retire after 41 years with department (Daily Herald)
· 112. Stickney police take three people into custody for stabbing death of horse trainer at Hawthorne Race Course (Chicago Tribune)
· 113. Northbrook developer holds off on planned Starbucks-anchored retail building in face of resident opposition to demolition of historic Wheaton house (Chicago Tribune)
· 114. Brookfield man dies nine days after being struck by car in Oak Park (Chicago Sun-Times)
· 115. Aurora police officer charged with theft after calling in fake report in order to extend her shift to qualify for overtime (Chicago Sun-Times)
· 116. Edward-Elmhurst Healthcare CEO to retire in June 2017 (Daily Herald)
SOUTHWEST:
· 117. Man struck and killed by train in Bridgeview (Chicago Sun-Times)
SOUTH:
· 118. Man charged with possession of dog-fighting equipment at his Harvey home (Chicago Sun-Times)
· 119. Lansing considers regulations for businesses bringing in outside vendors that require inspections (Northwest Indiana Times)
NORTHWEST INDIANA:
· 120. Industrial-acoustics company Sound Technologies in Michigan City closes after parent company files for bankruptcy (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 121. Crete woman charged with OWI in motorcycle crash in May that killed her passenger along State Route 2 near U.S. 41 (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 122. Family sues Munster-based Family Christian Church over daughter's death at pastor's home, alleging negligence (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 123. Porter County commissioner proposes $5 million upgrade of local emergency radio system, bringing communications system up to federal standards (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 124. Stolen 1963 Mercury Monterey returned to owner after being found on Wilhelm Road in LaPorte County; trailer that the car was on is still missing (WBBM AM 780)
Friday:
NORTH:
· 125. Evanston to revisit 'sanctuary city' status in wake of Donald Trump's election (Chicago Tribune/Evanston Review)
· 126. Two people threaten drugstore clerk with hypodermic needle during robbery in Niles (Chicago Sun-Times)
NORTHWEST:
· 127. Lake Villa woman pleads guilty to stealing from nonprofit while working as financial coordinator; sentenced to two years probation and 150 hours of community service, to repay $13,500 (Daily Herald)
· 128. Chicago man charged in money-laundering/identity-theft scheme after using fraudulent gift card at Mount Prospect Walmart (Daily Herald)
· 129. Streamwood couple scammed out of $2,200 in computer anti-virus con (Daily Herald)
· 130. Hampshire, Chicago residents indicted by Illinois Attorney General's Office on charges of filing bogus time sheets and other forms related to care of state wards (Daily Herald)
· 131. Rolling Meadows' Bethel Lutheran Church merges with Palatine's All Saints Lutheran Church; sells property to Coptic Orthodox church next door (Daily Herald)
WEST:
· 132. Proviso West High School student arrested after allegedly shooting her ex-boyfriend after he refused her calls (Chicago Tribune)
· 133. Stone Park pulls liquor license for controversial strip club for violating village code by selling alcohol within 100 feet of a religious institution (Chicago Sun-Times)
· 134. College of DuPage board approves two-year extension on full-time faculty's contracts (Daily Herald)
· 135. Agricultural-resource center to open next spring in West Chicago to help families in need of food assistance (Daily Herald)
· 136. Light designer for rock bands sets up 'Illumination' show at Morton Arboretum; show runs through Jan. 2, 2017 (Daily Herald)
· 137. Aurora police chief: Officers will not ask about immigration status (Chicago Tribune/Aurora Beacon-News)
· 138. Wheaton man faces numerous charges following fight at Glen Ellyn motel during which he displayed a gun (Daily Herald)
· 139. Naperville Unit School District 203 considering later start times for junior-high, senior-high students (Daily Herald)
· 140. Miami-based H.I.G. Capital buys Northlake-based Empire Today (Crain's Chicago Business)
· 141. Naperville's 250-year-old 'Hobson Oak' tree cut down because it was decaying, but legacy will live on (WBBM AM 780)
SOUTHWEST:
· 142. Oak Lawn student sues Richards High School, former chemistry teacher over injuries, hearing loss sustained during demonstration in which dry ice caused plastic bottle to explode (Chicago Sun-Times)
· 143. Bolingbrook man sentenced to 3½ years in prison for attempting to travel overseas with two young siblings to join Islamic State (Chicago Tribune)
· 144. Lemont High School senior earns perfect score on ACT (ABC 7)
SOUTH:
· 145. Lansing man accused of fatally shooting driver who 'swerved his car close' to shooter's brother's vehicle in Chicago (Chicago Tribune)
· 146. Three more people indicted on charges of aiding a fugitive, obstruction of justice in murder of Park Forest man (Chicago Tribune)
· 147. Tanker carrying 8,500 pounds of propane overturns on ramp from NB I-57 onto WB I-80 in Country Club Hills (NBC 5)
· 148. Sunnybrook Elementary School District 171 hurriedly appoints board member to fill seat that resulted from resignation (Northwest Indiana Times)
NORTHWEST INDIANA:
· 149. Fort Wayne-based Crew Carwash to open $4.5 million facility in Merrillville; company scouting sites in Hammond, Highland, Schererville, Valparaiso (Northwest Indiana Times)
REGIONAL
· 150. At least 8,171 Cook County property owners, including a suspended Harvey cop, received tax breaks they didn't deserve, costing taxpayers $24 million (Chicago Sun-Times)
Saturday:
NORTH:
· 151. Zion man shot, wife injured during midnight home invasion by three men (Chicago Tribune/Lake County News-Sun)
· 152. Winnetka drone pilot set to become star in ESPN Network show on fledgling professional drone league (Chicago Tribune)
· 153. Illinois DCFS chooses Lake County for launch of new program designed to shorten foster children's stay with non-permanent families (Chicago Tribune/Lake County News-Sun)
NORTHWEST:
· 154. Northwest Suburban High School District 214 water-polo club seeks to use Prospect Heights new pool for practices (Daily Herald)
WEST:
· 155. Man charged with stabbing co-worker to death during fight at Hawthorne Race Course in Stickney (ABC 7)
· 156. Former Democratic U.S. Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders speaks to packed gym in Naperville while touting new book (Chicago Tribune)
· 157. Aurora gang member sentenced to 9½ years in prison for shooting someone he thought was with a rival gang in July (Chicago Sun-Times)
· 158. Chicago man found guilty of 2014 murder of Bensenville tobacco shop worker, attempted armed robbery (Daily Herald)
SOUTHWEST:
· 159. Evergreen Park coach refiles lawsuit against Little League Baseball in case of alleged player-poaching by Chicago team that won 2014 championship (Chicago Sun-Times)
SOUTH:
· 160. Park Forest man arrested in Minneapolis, charged with murdering roommate over Facebook post (WGN TV)
· 161. Lincoln-Way High School District 210 puts three parcels of land, once set aside for new schools, on market (Chicago Tribune/Daily Southtown)
NORTHWEST INDIANA:
· 162. Northern Indiana Regional Transportation District: South Shore Line has $1 billion worth of projects in the works (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 163. 17-year-old Griffith basketball player arrested on charge he hit a woman over the head with a bat at party (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 164. Annual Food Bank of Northwest Indiana campaign against hunger under way (Northwest Indiana Times)
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2016.06.12 15:28 emememaker73 The Week In Review: Suburban News of the Past Week (6/12/16)

Sunday:
NORTH:
·1. Protestors rally to save current Lake County Discovery Museum in Wauconda; leave after Forest Preserve rangers ask them to leave because they didn't have a permit, 40 minutes into the protest (Chicago Tribune/Lake County News-Sun)
·2. Lake County Division of Transportation to have open house June 15 in Waukegan to discuss engineering of intersections along Wadsworth Road (Daily Herald)
·3. Independence Day activities planned for July 2 in Fox Lake (Daily Herald)
NORTHWEST:
·4. Palatine Jaycees seek community members to participate in this year's Hometown Fest on July 1-2 (Daily Herald)
·5. Respondents to Prospect Heights Water Committee survey divided on bringing in city water; some residents interested in improving quality of their well water (Daily Herald)
WEST:
·6. Naperville residents gather for farewell to 'the Barn,' slated to be demolished in early July (Chicago Tribune/Naperville Sun)
SOUTH:
·7. 18-year-old from Country Club Hills shot to death in Markham (Chicago Sun-Times)
NORTHWEST INDIANA:
·8. West Point cadet from Chesterton among nine soldiers killed at Fort Hood when flood waters sweep truck off road (Chicago Tribune/Gary Post-Tribune)
REGIONAL
·9. Skate Safe campaign designed to promote safe skateboarding to have demonstrations during June in Forest Park, Glen Ellyn, Hinsdale, Munster, Oak Park, Wheaton (ABC 7)
Monday:
NORTH:
·10. 40-year-old Six Flags Great America remains keystone to Gurnee tourism industry (Daily Herald)
·11. Deerfield-based Walgreens tops Fortune 500 companies in Illinois (Chicago Sun-Times)
·12. Deal between Lake County Forest Preserve, Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago would expand reservoir, reduce flooding downstream, add $3.5 million worth of improvements to Buffalo Creek Reservoir forest preserve (Daily Herald)
NORTHWEST:
·13. Barrington Hills police officer, Lake in the Hills man seriously injured in crash on County Lake Road at Bellwood Drive in Barrington Hills (Chicago Tribune/Barrington Courier-Review)
·14. Elgin Area Unit School District U-46 to roll out dual-language instruction at five of its eight middle schools in coming school year (Daily Herald)
·15. Park Ridge police report evidence of drug use in three-vehicle crash that hospitalized four people on Sunday (Chicago Tribune/Park Ridge Herald-Advocate)
·16. Carpentersville selects Cedar Falls, Iowa, fire chief to head up village's fire department (Daily Herald)
WEST:
·17. Packy Webb Ford's Wheaton dealership building on Roosevelt Road demolished to make way for self-storage facility for luxury, classic vehicles (Daily Herald)
·18. Wheaton College baseball/basketball coach and former Brooklyn Dodger LeRoy Pfund passes away at age 96 (Daily Herald)
·19. Oak Park changes building-height limit, plans to add luxury high-rise apartment buildings in hopes of attracting millennials, empty-nesters to its downtown (Chicago Tribune)
·20. Vote on Lisle-Benedictine University Sports Complex refinancing postponed (Daily Herald)
·21. Hilton Lisle/Naperville facing foreclosure, after owner fails to pay back loan that came due (Daily Herald)
SOUTHWEST:
·22. OPINION: Teacher surveys show trust issues with administration at Bremen High School District 228 (Chicago Tribune/Daily Southtown)
·23. Former Joliet Park District director — now director of Midlothian Park District — sued over alleged sexual harassment, assault of employee (Chicago Tribune)
SOUTH:
·24. Man charged with two shootings, running over and killing policeman in Memphis had lived in Chicago Heights, had mental illness (CBS 2)
NORTHWEST INDIANA:
·25. Associated Press: About 52 percent of Indiana police departments don't report hate-crime data to FBI (Chicago Tribune)
·26. Federal judge in Trump University case grew up in East Chicago, attended high school in Hammond, graduated from Indiana University, IU School of Law (CBS 2)
·27. One person dead in fiery semi-vs-semi crash that closed all eastbound lanes of Indiana Toll Road in LaPorte County (NBC 5)
·28. Arrest warrant issued for man in Hammond bank robbery; suspect known to frequent places in Hammond, Crown Point, Calumet City and Chicago (FOX 32)
·29. Cases of syphilis in Indiana rise 70 percent over last year (Chicago Tribune)
REGIONAL
·30.American Cancer Society seeking volunteers to drive patients to treatment (CBS 2)
·31.Dairy Queen plans 30 to 35 new restaurants in Chicago area, primarily in Cook, Lake counties (Crain's Chicago Business)
Tuesday:
NORTH:
·32. Coast Guard rescues three men from boat that capsized in Lake Michigan 11 miles east of Lake Forest (Chicago Tribune/Lake County News-Sun)
·33. Deerfield High School's new principal resigns current post as principal of Chicago's Lane Tech College Prep School (ABC 7)
·34. 3-year-old girl injured in chaos that followed shooting in North Chicago (WGN TV)
·35. Schwartz's Intimate Apparel in Highland Park to close after 100 years in business (Chicago Tribune/Highland Park News)
·36. Evanston teen charged with armed robbery of 19-year-old Skokie man during alleged drug deal (Chicago Tribune/Evanston Review)
·37. Lake County Animal Control investigating reported dog attack in Lake Zurich (Daily Herald)
NORTHWEST:
·38. Des Plaines mayor calls for elected officials to disclose any active lawsuits against city; alderman receiving disability benefits says he isn't suing the city (Daily Herald)
·39. Arlington Heights looking at ways to improve appearance of areas around Northwest Highway (from Arlington Park to downtown), Rand Road (near Arlington Heights and Palatine roads) (Daily Herald)
·40. Piggly Wiggly Midwest acquires Joe Caputo & Sons stores and assets in Algonquin, Des Plaines and Palatine (NBC 5)
·41. McHenry man charged with stabbing woman to death in his home (FOX 32)
·42. $8.4 million pedestrian bridge over Interstate 90 at Barrington Road in Hoffman Estates to be part of major expansion of bus services (Chicago Tribune)
·43. Streamwood trustee, former Streamwood Park District president Guy Patterson dead at age 65 (Daily Herald)
WEST:
·44. Man walking in right lane of traffic on Eisenhower Expressway in Maywood struck and killed by car (Chicago Tribune)
·45. 19-year-old St. Charles North High graduate beaten, stabbed to death by boyfriend in DeKalb apartment (Chicago Tribune)
·45. Bolingbrook bus monitor accused of slapping, hitting 8-year-old special-needs student (Chicago Tribune/Naperville Sun)
·46. Man wounded in shooting in 7600 block of Orchard Lane in Woodridge (Chicago Sun-Times)
·47. Carol Stream considering $2.07 million bike/pedestrian path that link Great Western Trail, Schmale along Gunderson Drive, possibly Thornhill Drive (Daily Herald)
·48. Geneva-based Fox Valley Jewish Neighbors celebrates 10th anniversary in city with dedication of 20-foot mural along Third Street (Daily Herald)
·49. Naperville Unit School District 203 considers $792,500 worth of budget cuts in face of state budget impasse (Daily Herald)
·50. Woman who stole private ambulance from Chicago hospital stopped, arrested on Tri-State Tollway near Cicero (CBS 2)
·51. 12-year-old Glen Ellyn boy reported missing is found safe one day after he disappeared (Chicago Sun-Times)
·52. Two DuPage Democrats may be barred from general-election ballot after party officials hand-picked them after nobody appeared on primary ballot (Daily Herald)
·53. No bail for sex offender from Villa Park accused of videotaping boy in Wrigley Field bathroom (Daily Herald)
SOUTHWEST:
·54. 33-year-old woman dies as result of car crash in Oak Lawn (Chicago Sun-Times)
SOUTH:
·55. Richton Park man charged with shooting two men in the legs in Chicago (Chicago Sun-Times)
NORTHWEST INDIANA:
·56. Illinois company and five of its employees file lawsuit against Ironworkers union, claiming union workers attacked them at Dyer construction site (Chicago Tribune/Gary Post-Tribune)
REGIONAL
·57. U.S. Senator Mark Kirk (R-Illinois) withdraws his endorsement of Donald Trump in wake of controversial comments about Hispanic judge in Trump University fraud case (CBS 2)
Wednesday:
NORTH:
·58. 71-year-old Antioch woman died from a massive stroke before being found bitten by her dogs (Daily Herald)
·59. Libertyville to take public input as village starts work on strategic plan, a process being guided by Northern Illinois University's Center for Government Studies (Daily Herald)
·60. Police: Explosion inside women's restroom at Evanston Target likely a 'MacGyver' dry-ice bomb (WGN TV)
·61. $40 million Navy museum proposed for North Chicago would be first in nation dedicated to currently enlisted sailors (Chicago Tribune)
·62. Northbrook woman to be ordained minister by Womenpriests group expects to be ex-communicated by Catholic Church (Chicago Tribune/Northbrook Star)
NORTHWEST:
·63. Science teachers say Maine Township High School District 207's new 'hybrid' schedule will cut their instruction time (Daily Herald)
·64. Elgin residents (many black) attending meeting on controversial mural inspired by 1930s lynching photo don't want to see painting on display anywhere (Daily Herald)
·65. Person struck and killed by Metra District-West Line train between Big Timber and Elgin stations in Elgin (FOX 32)
·66. Elgin man who teaches at Carpentersville Middle School charged with criminal sexual assault of a teen (Chicago Tribune/Elgin Courier-News)
·67. Woodman's Food Market announces plans for store at corner of Deerfield Parkway and Milwaukee Avenue in Buffalo Grove (Daily Herald)
WEST:
·68. Batavia police officer shoots, wounds pitbull that ran at him while he was lying on the ground; wounded dog flees, attacks another dog (Chicago Tribune/Aurora Beacon-News)
·69. Metra closing Riverside station ticket office as of Monday, June 13 (Chicago Sun-Times)
·70. Wynonna Judd, Rick Steves, Ira Glass, Herb Alpert, Bruce Hornsby among acts, personalities to appear on stage during McAninch Arts Center's 30th anniversary season at COD in Glen Ellyn (Daily Herald)
·71. Aurora Public Library cuts 11 jobs, won't fill another 10 positions in effort to reduce $1.7 million budget deficit (Daily Herald)
·72. Naperville City Council votes to place advisory referendum on November ballot asking whether residents want to do away with townships; another question would measure voters' opinion on consolidating township road district into city (Daily Herald)
·73. North Aurora man pleads guilty to attempting to meet two teenage girls for sex in Aurora hotel, sentenced to 33 months in prison (FOX 32)
·74. Yorkville police looking into claims of theft of up to $200,000 from Kendall County Food Pantry (Chicago Tribune/Aurora Beacon-News)
·75. Secretary of State's Lombard office expected to reopen this coming week, one month after heating/air-condition system broke down (Daily Herald)
·76. Chef who catered to Frank Sinatra to close Bistro Monet in Glen Ellyn and retire (Daily Herald)
SOUTHWEST:
·77. Palos Park police investigating two home burglaries that occurred Monday one block apart: one on 12800 block of South Laughry Lane, other on 12800 block of West McCord Trace (Chicago Sun-Times)
·78. Garbage-truck driver taken to hospital after vehicle overturns at intersection of U.S. Route 30 and Larkin Avenue in Crest Hill (ABC 7)
SOUTH:
·79. Kankakee County man arrested for distribution of heroin in Wilmington, southern Will County; held on $6 million bond (Chicago Sun-Times)
NORTHWEST INDIANA:
·80. Crown Point man involved in alleged drunk-driving accident in Hobart rear-ends police car en route to scene, injuring two officers (Chicago Sun-Times)
·81. Gary Common Council rejects proposed home for pregnant teens after neighbors complain about potential effects on neighborhood (Chicago Tribune/Gary Post-Tribune)
REGIONAL
·82. Fitch Ratings upgrades Cook County's bond outlook to 'stable,' third credit-rating agency to make similar move this week (Daily Herald)
·83. Illinois Attorney General sues Champaign-based Jimmy John's over 'highly restrictive' non-compete agreement employees have to sign (Chicago Tribune)
Thursday:
NORTH:
·84. Adjunct and tenure-ineligible faculty at Northwestern University in Evanston file petition for unionization, elections (Chicago Tribune)
·85. President of Deerfield-based Walgreens promoted to co-COO of parent Walgreens Boots Alliance; executive changes hint at deeper problems for company (Crain's Chicago Business)
NORTHWEST:
·86. Rosemont begins work on 'skybridge' linking Fashion Outlets of Chicago with MB Financial Park entertainment district, despite state not paying up $15 million grant (Daily Herald)
·87. Elgin Beverage plans to move warehouse, distribution center to Bartlett (Daily Herald)
·88. Red-light cameras at Deer Park Boulevard and Rand Road shut off Friday (Daily Herald)
·89. Staff at Barrington White House starting up final phase of fundraising for renovations to community center (Daily Herald)
WEST:
·90. Victim of attempted robbery in a parking lot on First Street in Elmhurst gets shot in hip (NBC 5)
·91. Burr Ridge Boy Scout organizes toy drive for young cancer patients, delivers 2,000 toys to Chicago children's hospital (WGN TV)
·92. 16-year-old boy shot in the head during drive-by shooting in Melrose Park dies five days later (FOX 32)
·93. Wheaton-Warrenville Unit School District 200 exploring possible spring referendum to raise money for repairs, renovations to district's buildings (Daily Herald)
SOUTHWEST:
·94. Jury finds Chicago woman guilty of pregnant Alsip teen's murder in 2011 (Chicago Tribune/Daily Southtown)
NORTHWEST INDIANA:
·95. Lake County Coroner's Office trying to locate family of deceased Highland man (Chicago Sun-Times)
·96. State audit shows former Munster School District superintendent, assistant superintendent owes town $851,000 from overpayments of annuities, after pushing through tax hike to keep schools running (CBS 2)
·97. Indiana Department of Child Services urging organization that installed baby safe boxes to remove them, threatening to investigate their use as child abandonment (ABC 7)
·98. Former Gary firefighter who worked as substitution teacher at Dunbar-Pulaski Middle School pleads guilty to battery for pushing, 'smacking' student (Chicago Tribune/Gary Post-Tribune)
REGIONAL
·99. Registered sex offender from Woodridge accused of taking photos of child in Buffalo Grove (CBS 2)
Friday:
NORTH:
·100. Gurnee police: Car appeared to intentionally hit skateboarder, who suffered scrapes as result (Chicago Tribune/Lake County News-Sun)
·101. Morton Grove house suffers estimated $200,000 worth of damage in fire (Chicago Sun-Times)
·102. Car crashes into tree, building on Dempster Street in Skokie; driver taken to hospital (Chicago Sun-Times)
NORTHWEST:
·103. Pedestrian struck and killed by SUV while trying to cross Center Road at Weller Lane in Mount Prospect (Chicago Sun-Times)
·104. Driver of car struck by vehicle involved in 2015 police chase sues Park Ridge, claiming negligence, conspiracy (Chicago Sun-Times)
·105. Temporary flight-departure route at Chicago Executive Airport in Wheeling should mean less noise for residents, more for industrial area (Daily Herald)
·106. Phil's Village Sports Center in Arlington Heights stays closed Friday after protest 'tour' sets up outside gun shop (Chicago Tribune/Arlington Heights Post)
·107. Mount Prospect woman struck and killed by SUV while crossing Central Road in Mount Prospect; Elk Grove Village woman charged with failure to slow down to avoid an accident (Chicago Tribune/Arlington Heights Post)
·108. 23-year-old Hanover Park man facing charges of sexual abuse of 16-year-old girl whom he got drunk with vodka (Daily Herald)
·109. Barrington Hills woman with plenty of food-service experience to open family restaurant and upscale lounge in West Dundee (Daily Herald)
·110. Woodman's Food Market's plan for Lakemoor store still on the table, even after announcement of Buffalo Grove location (Daily Herald)
WEST:
·111. Embattled Naperville Township highway commissioner changes mind, decides to run for re-election (Daily Herald)
·112. Naperville Liquor Commission rejects Starbucks' request for license to sell beer, wine (Daily Herald)
·113. Chicago White Sox pick Downer Grove native Zack Burdi during Major League Baseball draft (NBC 5)
·114. Glenbard West High School student earns perfect scores on ACT, SAT (ABC 7)
·115. Democratic DuPage County Board member wants county out of Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund, as Democratic state legislator proposes bill to end public pensions for certain elected positions (Daily Herald)
SOUTHWEST:
·116. Man robs bank on Governors Highway in Richton Park (Chicago Sun-Times)
SOUTH:
·117. Taxpayers in Lincoln-Way High School District 210 owe $474 million in bond debt, which includes money borrowed on back-loaded debt scheme approved by school board (Chicago Tribune/Daily Southtown)
NORTHWEST INDIANA:
·118. National Black Political Convention convenes in Gary (Chicago Tribune/Gary Post-Tribune)
·119. Lake County Sheriff's Police investigate crash in Hammond in which an officer was injured (NBC 5)
·120. Four workers at Hobart assisted-living center charged with battery, neglect (Chicago Tribune/Gary Post-Tribune)
REGIONAL
·121. Minooka police receive ten fraud reports within nine days, with credit or debit cards being used in Chicago, Elgin and Elk Grove Village (NBC 5)
·122. Metra Electric Line train derails in Chicago, stopping services inbound and outbound (WGN TV)
Saturday:
NORTH:
· 123. Fremont Public Library, Friends of the Library, Mundelein Elementary School District 75, Mundelein-Vernon Hills Rotary Club build four Little Free Libraries for the community (Daily Herald)
· 124. Mount Prospect Community Band celebrates 40th anniversary, new start with new director (Daily Herald)
· 125. Chicago woman arrested for explosion at Evanston Target; she reportedly was concocting something to get a chemical high when the solution exploded (NBC 5)
· 126. 16th annual Lake Villa Celebration of Summer on Saturday featured car show, rib-eating contest, concert and fireworks (Daily Herald)
· 127. Democratic candidate for Lake County Board District 5 withdraws from race; party expected to appoint new candidate (Daily Herald)
NORTHWEST:
· 128. Wisconsin woman tests positive for heroin after the car she was driving crossed into oncoming traffic on May 6 in McHenry and struck a motorcycle, severely injuring a man and causing the death of his wife (Chicago Tribune)
· 129. City of Elgin, Grand Victoria Casino to foot $30,000 bill for Fourth of July festivities, making fireworks, entertainment free for visitors (Daily Herald)
WEST:
· 130. Candymaker Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co.'s Yorkville plant undergoing $50 million expansion, will produce Skittles in addition to other candy products (Chicago Tribune)
· 131. Whole Foods' move to Wheaton's Danada Square East mall encourages Charter Fitness, Sierra Trading Post, Starbucks to locate there too (Daily Herald)
· 132. Rotating Math+Motion interactive art exhibit connects kids with math concepts at DuPage Children's Museum in Naperville (Daily Herald)
SOUTH:
· 133. Markham woman electrocuted after falling onto Blue Line tracks at CTA's Addison Street station (WBBM AM 780)
NORTHWEST INDIANA:
· 134. Hammond infant's April 15 death at home in unincorporated Calumet Township ruled a homicide (Chicago Sun-Times)
· 135. Gary man's body recovered from Pine Lake in LaPorte County (Chicago Tribune/Gary Post-Tribune)
REGIONAL
· 136. Wet weather means ants moving indoors in Chicago area (Chicago Tribune)
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2016.03.06 15:29 emememaker73 The Week In Review: Suburban News of the Past Week (3/6/16)

Sunday:
Memory-care facility proposed for Rand Road in Arlington Heights (Daily Herald)
Third-annual Naperville Winter Ale Fest draws crowd (Daily Herald)
Video: Russian Olympic gold medalist now coaching swimmers in Libertyville (Daily Herald)
Fans alleged racist chants during basketball game between Hammond, Merrillville Catholic high schools (ABC 7)
Gurnee man charged with shooting two people at Chicago nightclub (Chicago Sun-Times)
North Suburban YMCA, which has raised $2.1 million in 10 years, prepares for March 10 fundraiser (WBBM AM 780)
Skokie teen identified as person struck Friday by Metra train on Chicago's Northwest Side (NBC 5)
Animal Care League's new Oak Park facility plays host to 11th annual animal baby shower (WGN TV)
Illinois State Police confiscate seven guns, make 27 arrests during first week of Chicago Expressway Anti-Violence Surge (FOX 32)
20-year-old man shot to death in Chicago Heights (Chicago Sun-Times)
Elk Grove Township Elementary School District 59 hires Huntley Community School District 158 employee as assistant superintendent of educational services (Daily Herald)
Democratic candidates for 10th Congressional District address Iran nuclear deal, gun control (Daily Herald)
Naperville Central teacher pushes for Illinois Global Scholar certificate program (Daily Herald)
Republican candidates for Kane County Board chairman differ on current property-tax freeze (Daily Herald)
Monday:
Man who fell through ice into lake at West Branch Forest Preserve near Bartlett dies (Chicago Tribune)
Barrington High School issues apology after members of Illinois Junior Classical League stage skit portraying slave auction from antiquity (Chicago Tribune)
Elgin car dealership sustains $40,000 in damage (Chicago Sun-Times)
Questions raised about teacher-background checks in Indiana (WGN TV)
Police investigating how two students got hit by car in Plainfield South High School parking lot (WBBM AM 780)
[University Park shuts down Riegel Farm, displacing about 150 animals; 50 workers laid off](www.nbcchicago.com/news/local/More-Than-100-Animals-Displaced-After-Suburban-Village-Closes-Farm-370569341.html) (NBC 5)
Early voting began Monday (NBC 5)
Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning analyzed where crashes on expressways/tollways happening most frequently (WGN TV)
11-year-old Glenview boy builds a Lego-based company called Brick Loot (WGN TV)
Harvey alderman facing battery, disorderly conduct charges after altercation with city employee at gas station (FOX 32)
People in Barrington Hills, Carpentersville, East Dundee, South Barrington and West Dundee can now text 911 (with three cell-service providers) (Daily Herald)
Man walking along Glen Ellyn Road in Glendale Heights struck by car, killed (Daily Herald)
Waukegan High School coach charged with sexual abuse after discovery of relationship with student (Daily Herald)
Catholic Charities celebrates seniors' Leap-Day birthdays in Ingleside (Daily Herald)
Algonquin hosts groundbreaking for controversial Longview Parkway project (Daily Herald)
Questions raised about whether McHenry County officials work enough to deserve their IMRF pensions (Daily Herald)
Cook County State's Attorney candidate Kim Foxx fined $19,000 for campaign-finance law violations (Chicago Sun-Times)
Tuesday:
Glen Ellyn trustees voice support for proposed subdivision to be annexed into village (Daily Herald)
Geneva looking for more money, but video gambling, cash deal with Delnor-Community Hospital oppsed (Daily Herald)
Controversial Lake County (Ill.) coroner given county's Law Enforcement Office of the Year award (CBS 2)
Search continues for East Aurora High student swept into Lake Michigan by massive wave (FOX 32)
Controversy over Park Ridge tree house leads to fistfight, charges (Chicago Tribune/Park Ridge Herald-Advocate)
Arlington Heights man arrested after failed carjacking attempt, confesses to earlier failed robbery attempt (Chicago Sun-Times)
Repairs to prevent flood damage planned for Graue Mill in Oak Brook (Daily Herald)
Mount Prospect hires new fire chief, deputy fire chief from within its own fire department (Daily Herald)
Elk Grove Village to replace police dog after it bit its handler during training (Daily Herald)
Arlington Heights executive director — who also worked for Elk Grove Village, Glen Ellyn and Medinah — to retire after 40 years (Daily Herald)
Solid Waste Agency of Lake County may closed down free electronics-recycling sites as of May 1 (Daily Herald)
Lake Forest Civic Orchestra to perform works of great British composers on March 20 (Daily Herald)
Carpentersville woman charged, four others sought in kidnapping, torture of Elgin woman (CBS 2)
Oak Forest police officer on administrative leave after his arrest in stabbing outside California gym (WBBM AM 780)
Cook County Medical Examiner's Office gets national accreditation restored after five years without it (WBBM AM 780)
Bond increased in case of Cicero man accused of shooting neighbors (ABC 7)
Wednesday:
Sports Authority's bankruptcy may mean closing Romeoville distribution center (Chicago Tribune)
Woman charged in fatal hit-and-run in Norridge (Chicago Sun-Times)
Batavia alderman indicate support for Dunkin' Donuts drive-through at Shell station on Route 31, though zoning board rejected plan (Daily Herald)
Developer gets go-ahead to finish long-stalled townhouse project near Grayslake Metra station (Daily Herald)
Suburban golf courses losing taxpayer money; only six of 36 government entities running courses met or exceeded goals (Daily Herald)
Five villages considering joining together in legal fight against proposed ComEd high-voltage lines running along the Elgin-O'Hare Expressway (Daily Herald)
Commander overseeing Gliniewicz investigation tenders resignation from Lake County Major Crimes Task Force; reasons for quitting unknown (ABC 7)
Vernon Hills company's product named 'Specialty Toy of the Year' (CBS 2)
Texas State Trooper involved in Sandra Bland stop gets fired (CBS 2)
Highland Park Fire Department accepting unwanted 'hoverboards' for recycling (WBBM AM 780)
Rail traffic halted after Metra train hits pedestrian near Glencoe (NBC 5)
Seventeen Chicago suburbs named to Neighborhood Scout's 100 Safest Cities in America (Neighborhood Scout)
Film based on book by Naperville woman with cerebral palsy set to premiere March 15 at local cinema (WGN TV)
Thursday:
27-year-old Park Ridge man's death determined to be drug-related and hypothermia (Chicago Sun-Times)
Police: Romeoville man intentionally drove into Tinley Park house; order of protection against driver barred him from said house (Chicago Sun-Times)
Man found shot to death in Gary (Chicago Sun-Times)
Man in custody in Elgin home burglary (Chicago Sun-Times)
Naperville to install traffic signal at Webster Street and Aurora Avenue (Daily Herald)
Café in the Park to open this weekend inside Wheaton Public Library (Daily Herald)0
Aurora man charged with robbing six fast-food restaurants in Aurora, Naperville (Daily Herald)
Lake County Forest Preserve District plans $2 million land purchase to add to Ray Lake Forest Preserve (Daily Herald)
Bensenville Park District may ask DuPage County Board to lift video-gambling restrictions in unincorporated areas (Daily Herald)
Franklin Park liquor distributor to close down operations June 1, putting 170 people out of work (Crain's Chicago Business)
Cook County to expand mental-health treatment, including opening a triage center designed to reduce burden on county jail (WBBM AM 780)
Aurora hospital puts visitation restrictions in place after spike in flu cases (WBBM AM 780)
Northwestern University creates grant/scholarship program to help students avoid student-loan debt (Chicago Tribune)
Elgin man arrested for burglarizing Elgin Public Museum of Natural History and Anthropology (Chicago Sun-Times)
Fiery crash between SUV, semi closes eastbound Tri-State Tollway near Deerfield (Chicago Sun-Times)
Florida man arrested after Franklin Park police find heroin in car, custom-made boots during traffic stop (Chicago Sun-Times)
Ferrara Candy Co. moving jobs from Minnesota to Bellwood (Chicago Sun-Times)
75-year-old man survives getting struck by Metra train near Glencoe (Chicago Sun-Times)
Bartlett sets up Bike and Run Plan Advisory Committee to advise village staff on recreational cycling, running projects and initiatives (Daily Herald)
Police: Three teens involved in vandalizing St. Charles Park District office admitted to that crime and others (Daily Herald)
Former Wheaton College professor ousted over statements linking Islam and Christianity accepts faculty position at University of Virginia (WGN TV)
Friday:
Metra creates full-time police unit to patrol trains on all 11 lines (CBS 2)
Retired Illinois State Trooper found guilty of killing former tenant in Chicago Heights (CBS 2)
Four north-suburban men arrested in theft of high-end alcohol from suburban stores, reselling it at Chicago store (CBS 2)
Intersection of Barrington, Irving Park roads closed because of serious accident (ABC 7)
Car traveling at high rate of speed crashes into pole on I-355 near Ogden Avenue exit (ABC 7)
Two people split $1.5 million Lucky Day Lotto with tickets bought in Oak Lawn, Villa Park (FOX 32)
Ex-fiancée of judge running for election tells FOX 32 of his battery conviction (FOX 32)
Oak Park cyclist punched by SUV driver in Chicago after telling man he was driving in the bike lane (FOX 32)
Itasca-based developer buys Aldi-anchored shopping center in Huntley for $10.8 million (Crain's Chicago Business)
Vernon Hills-based Rust-Oleum Corp. buys Auburndale, Fla.-based Seal-Krete (Daily Herald)
Fire closes Deep Lake Road between Route 173 and Grass Lake Road in Lake Villa; cause unknown (Daily Herald)
McDonald's mulling move out of Oak Brook, looking for possible Chicago headquarters (Daily Herald)
Mothers sue home day-care centers in Park City, Waukegan, alleging the owners' husbands sexually abused girls (Chicago Sun-Times)
Carjacking suspect found dead in Sauk Village field; second suspect turns self in (Chicago Sun-Times)
Markham nightclub continues to operate despite reports of violence, legal issues (Chicago Tribune/Daily Southtown)
Former Lincoln-Way High School District 210 superintendent gets state's top teachers-retirement annual pension — $321,443 (Chicago Tribune/Daily Southtown)
Former pastor of Glenview Greek Orthodox church who admitted to stealing more than $100,000 has been relieved of his duties (Chicago Tribune)
Woman charged with stabbing boyfriend in the arm during argument followed him into Elgin Police Department (Chicago Tribune/Elgin Courier-News)
Sports Authority to shut down stores in eight Chicago suburbs (Chicago Tribune)
College of DuPage professor connects complicated atmospheric wave to tornados up to 60 days in advance (Chicago Tribune)
Man dies after being found unresponsive in Lake County (Ill.) Jail (Chicago Sun-Times)
20-year-old Palatine man charged with sexually assaulting child under 10 years old for more than a year (Chicago Sun-Times)
FBI seeks information on man who robbed Skokie bank on Friday morning (Chicago Sun-Times)
Wauconda yarn store closing after two years in business; owner cites outsourcing 911 dispatch for closing store (Daily Herald)
Buffalo Grove Park District does massive cleanup after vandals deface Rylko Community Park on Deerfield Parkway (Daily Herald)
Former employee of Rosemont clothing store admits to stealing merchandise (Daily Herald)
Geneva police chief, city administrator resign; mayor intends to promote from within (Daily Herald)
Lake Zurich Sears Appliance & Hardware to close; property owner has new tenant lined up, but won't disclose whom (Daily Herald)
Lake Barrington board approves walking path along Pepper Road in hopes of making commercial area more walkable (Daily Herald)
Addison emergency agencies conduct active-shooter drill at Marcus Theaters Addison Cinema on Lake Street (WBBM AM 780)
Round Lake Police look for man who robbed gas station at gunpoint (ABC 7)
Saturday:
Two teens killed in early-morning crash on Archer Avenue in Willow Springs (Chicago Tribune)
Oak Brook doctor convicted in kickback scheme with Chicago hospital (Chicago Sun-Times)
Parolee charged with girl's death after shooting through closed door in Harvey (Chicago Sun-Times)
Rosemont hotel expected to reopen in May following $20 million in renovations (Daily Herald)
13 years after abandoning plans for a gym at village hall, Mount Prospect board to reconsider proposal (Daily Herald)
Batavia to play host to 'Farm to Table Dinner' event featuring locally grown, made foods (Daily Herald)
DuPage jury finds Rockford man with HIV 'sexually dangerous' (Daily Herald)
Lake Bluff marathoner awarded Abbott World Marathon Six Star medal after completing Tokyo Marathon (ABC 7)
Second woman charged in Elgin kidnapping/torture case (CBS 2)
78-year-old Dixmoor man in custody after holding woman hostage, 16-hour standoff with police (CBS 2)
Former East Chicago police chief a finalist in search to fill top-cop position in Ferguson, Mo. (Chicago Tribune)
Northwestern University neuroscientist who studied human memory passes away at 76 (Chicago Sun-Times)
Oak Lawn man killed in Hoffman Estates crash (Chicago Sun-Times)
Polar Plunge had people diving into chilly Oak Brook pond for a good cause (Daily Herald)
American Cancer Society benefits from Polar Plunge in Lake Zurich (Daily Herald)
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2016.01.07 20:23 Mcheetah2 Random Shit 46: EVERY Fallout Vault

Vault 0 - Cheyenne Mountain (Colorado):
The Boss Vault. A special vault designed to "monitor and control" other vaults, maintain the geniuses of the pre-War United States in cryogenic stasis, and release them once the outside parameters return to normal. The "master" vault of them all.
Vault 1 - Cheyenne Mountain (Colorado):
Vault 2 - Cheyenne Mountain (Colorado):
Vault 3 - Mojave Wasteland:
A control vault designed to open after 20 years, but kept closed longer due to the wishes of the vault inhabitants. However, an unplanned water leak forced the occupants to open in hopes of trading with the outside. Unfortunately, all of the vault's residents were massacred by a group of raiders known as the Fiends shortly after they opened the vault door.
Vault 4 - Mount St. Helens, Washington:
Vault 5 - Mount St. Helens, Washington:
Vault 6 - Mount St. Helens, Washington:
A residential vault from Fallout Extreme.
Vault 7 - Mojave Wasteland:
Vault 8 - Northern Nevada (Vault City)
A control vault, intended to open and recolonize the surface after 10 years. 200 residents.
Vault 9 - Mojave Wasteland:
Vault 10 - Mojave Wasteland:
Vault 11 - Mojave Wasteland:
The Uprising Vault. A social experiment vault designed to test obedience to authority and the ethics of a large group of people subjected to extraordinary circumstances. The dwellers were informed that a single person must sacrifice their life for the Vault, otherwise the master computer would shut down all life support. In reality, should the dwellers refuse, the Vault would open.
Vault 12 - Bakersfield, California (Necropolis):
The Radioactive Vault. In order to study the effects of radiation on the selected population, the Vault door was designed not to close properly.
Vault 13 - Bakersfield, California:
The California Cryostasis Vault. Intended to stay closed for 200 years as a control group for the Vault experiment and simultaneously a study of prolonged isolation. 500 residents.
Vault 14 - Bakersfield, California:
The Construction Vault. A fenced construction area in a small cave north of Vaults 13 and 15. It may have been the first location of Vault 13 before its relocation.
Vault 15 - Bakersfield, California:
The Anarchy Vault. Intended to stay closed for 50 years and include people of radically diverse ideologies. Vault 15 is also the birthplace of three raider groups, the Khans, Jackals, and Vipers, and Shady Sands.
Vault 16 - Houston, Texas:
Vault 17 - Houston, Texas:
A residential vault. Raided in 2154 and its inhabitants taken prisoner by the Master's Army. The dwellers were subsequently turned into super mutants.
Vault 18 - Houston, Texas:
Vault 19 - Mojave Wasteland:
The Civil War Vault. The vault was segregated into two groups, 'Red' and 'Blue'. The groups lived in separate sections of the vault and was governed by 2 Overseers. Subliminal messages were routinely sent over to each other side causing mistrust among and the inhabitants and civil war between the 2 groups ending in complete collapse of the Vault. Candidates may have been chosen due to pre-existing paranoia or other psychological impairments.
Vault 20 - Abilene, Texas:
Vault 21 - Las Vegas, Nevada:
The Chance Vault. Designed to study the evolution of a society where all conflict was resolved through pure chance, i.e. gambling. The Vault was taken over by Robert House after winning a game of blackjack where the wager was the entire Vault. It was subsequently filled with concrete and converted into a novelty hotel.
Vault 22 - Mojave Wasteland:
The Fungi Vault. Equipped with the latest in biological and agricultural technologies, its objective was developing plants that could be readily cultivated in the absence of natural light. However, an experiment with a parasitic fungus has turned on the scientists, leading to the destruction of the Vault. Survivors of the outbreak abandoned the Vault and headed to Zion Valley, spreading the spore across the wastes.
Vault 23 - Abilene, Texas:
Vault 24 - Mojave Wasteland:
A scientific scouting vault with decontamination suits.
Vault 25 - Akron, Ohio:
Vault 26 - Akron, Ohio:
Vault 27 - Houston, Texas:
The Overcrowded Vault. Deliberately overcrowded with a total of 2,000 people assigned to enter, double the total sustainable amount making hot bunking mandatory.
Vault 28 - Akron, Ohio
Vault 29 - Houston, Texas:
The 'Child Ark' Vault. No one in this vault was over the age of 15 when they entered. Parents were intentionally redirected to other vaults.
Vault 30 - Chicago, Illinois:
Vault 31 - Chicago, Illinois:
Vault 32 - Chicago, Illinois:
Vault 33 - Chicago, Illinois:
Vault 34 - Mojave Wasteland:
The Militia Vault. The armory was deliberately provided with an overabundance of weapons and ammunition, in addition to not being provided with a proper locking mechanism. The presence of weapons as well as lack of population control measures led to failure in the 23rd centuries. Social unrest would do Vault 34 in with several groups demanding access to weapons. The Boomers came from this Vault, but not all vault dwellers would leave the vault as a riot damaged the power reactor and most had succumbed to radiation poisoning or ghoulification with only a handful of survivors still in the vault.
Vault 35 - Houston, Texas:
Vault 36 - Houston, Texas:
The Hunger Vault. Food extruders were designed to produce only a thin, watery gruel.
Vault 37 - Dallas, Texas:
Vault 38 - Dallas, Texas:
Vault 39 - Abilene, Texas:
A residential survival vault.
Vault 40 - Dallas, Texas:
Vault 41 - Dallas, Texas:
Vault 42 - Abilene, Texas:
The Darkness Vault. No light bulbs of more than 40 watts were provided.
Vault 43 - Abilene, Texas:
The Wild Panther Vault. Populated by twenty men, ten women, and one panther.
Vault 44 - Atlanta, Georgia:
Vault 45 - Atlanta, Georgia:
Vault 46 - Atlanta, Georgia:
Vault 47 - Atlanta, Georgia:
Vault 48 - Atlanta, Georgia:
Vault 49 - Savannah, Georgia:
Vault 50 - Savannah, Georgia:
Vault 51 - Savannah, Georgia:
Vault 52 - Savannah, Georgia:
Vault 53 - Mount St. Helens, Washington:
The Shoddy Vault. Most of the equipment was designed to break down every few months. While repairable, the breakdowns were intended to stress the inhabitants unduly.
**Vault 54 - Mount St. Helens, Washington:
Vault 55 - Mount St. Helens, Washington:
No Entertainment Vault. All entertainment tapes were removed.
Vault 56 - Mount St. Helens, Washington:
The Torturous Entertainment Vault. All entertainment tapes were removed except those of one particularly bad comic actor. Sociologists predicted failure before Vault 55.
Vault 57 - Orlando, Florida:
Vault 58 - Orlando, Florida:
Vault 59 - Orlando, Florida:
Vault 60 - Orlando, Florida:
Vault 61 - Orlando, Florida:
Vault 62 - Orlando, Florida:
Vault 63 - Miami Florida:
Vault 64 - Miami Florida:
Vault 65 - Miami Florida:
Vault 66 - Miami Florida:
Vault 67 - Miami Florida:
Vault 68 - New York City, N.Y:
The Last Girl on Earth Vault. One woman, 999 heterosexual men.
Vault 69 - New York City, N.Y:
The Last Guy on Earth Vault. One man, 499 heterosexual women.
Vault 70 - Salt Lake City, Utah:
The Naked Vault. All jumpsuit extruders fail after six months. Most of the inhabitants were Mormons. The city of New Canaan was founded by the vault dwellers after they left the vault.
Vault 71 - Salt Lake City, Utah:
Vault 72 - Salt Lake City, Utah:
Vault 73 - Salt Lake City, Utah:
Vault 74 - Capital Wasteland:
A scientists-only research vault.
Vault 75 - Boston, Massachusetts (Commonwealth):
The Eugenics Vault. Human genome improvement through a combination of selective breeding, hormonal treatments, genetic modification, and an accelerated generational cycle. Researchers and science staff isolated from test subjects, who are disposed of at 18 years of age unless recruited to replenish research staff due to a combination of excellent ratings. 88 residents.
Vault 76 - West Virginia (Capital Wasteland)
Control Vault for experimental purposes. One of the first ones to open following the fallout in 2101.
Vault 77 - Paradise Falls, Virginia (Capital Wasteland):
The Insanity Vault. Populated by one man and a crate full of puppets.
Vault 78 - Baltimore, Maryland (Capital Wasteland):
A control group for the vault experiment. Like Vault 8, it was intended to open and re-colonize the surface after 20 years. 500 residents.
Vault 79 - Columbus, Ohio:
Vault 80 - Columbus, Ohio:
Vault 81 - Boston, Massachusetts (Commonwealth):
The Mutation Vault. A Vault dedicated to researching diseases and antibodies, with emphasis on potential mutations in heavy radiation. The Vault's residents were isolated from the sealed scientific section of the Vault and used as guinea pigs in Stage III clinical trials of the science staff. The Vault was not to be evacuated unless by a direct order from Vault-Tec. Residents were considered expendable and their incineration through pre-installed flame nozzles at the discretion of the overseer. 96 residents plus researchers.
Vault 82 - Columbus, Ohio:
Vault 83 - Columbus, Ohio:
Vault 84 - Columbus, Ohio:
Vault 85 - Columbus, Ohio:
Vault 86 - Columbus, Ohio:
Vault 87 - Baltimore, Maryland (Capital Wasteland):
The Evolution Vault. A Forced Evolutionary Virus research facility. 500 residents.
Vault 88 - Los Ybanez, Texas:
Secretive Vault. A secret vault dedicated to protect high-members of Vault-Tec Industries and used to research the latest technologies (like electrical laser weapons and instant regeneration) and the Forced Evolutionary Virus.
Vault 89 - Los Ybanez, Texas:
Prototype Vault. A small Vault-Tec facility used as the base of operations by the Brotherhood of Steel.
Vault 90 - Capital Wasteland:
Vault 91 - Burkittsville, Maryland:
Burkittsville Vault. The Cannibals Vault. A vault near Burkittsville mentioned in the Hamilton's hideaway terminal entries. Outside of the vault, cannibals wait to ambush those seeking refuge in the vault.
Vault 92 - Olney, Maryland (Capital Wasteland):
The Noise Vault. Populated largely by renowned musicians, it was a test bed for a white noise-based system for implanting combat-oriented posthypnotic suggestions. 245 residents.
Vault 93 - Chicago, Illinois:
Vault 94 - Chicago, Illinois:
Vault 95 - Boston, Massachusetts (Commonwealth):
The Rehab Vault. A Vault filled with drug abuse victims, used by Vault-Tec for monitoring the effects of drug abuse in an isolated setting. Activated before the Great War. 72 residents.
Vault 96 - New York City, N.Y:
Vault 97 - New York City, N.Y:
Vault 98 - New York City, N.Y:
The Tall Men Vault. A vault with 30 men 6'6" and above and 30 women 5'2" and shorter.
Vault 99 - New York City, N.Y:
The Tall Females Vault. A vault with 30 women 5'10" and above and 30 men 5'5" and shorter.
Vault 100 - Baltimore, Maryland (Capital Wasteland):
A residential survival vault with at least a hundred residents.
Vault 101 - Baltimore, Maryland (Capital Wasteland):
The Isolation Vault. Test the role of an omnipotent Overseer in a community remaining in indefinite isolation from the outside world, and study the reactions of the dwellers, should the isolation be broken.
Vault 102 - Utah:
Vault 103 - Utah:
Vault 104 - Utah:
Vault 105 - Utah:
Vault 106 - Baltimore, Maryland (Capital Wasteland):
The Hallucinogen Vault. Psychoactive drugs were released into the air filtration system 10 days after the door was sealed. 107 residents.
Vault 107 - Baltimore, Maryland (Capital Wasteland):
Vault 108 - Baltimore, Maryland (Capital Wasteland):
The Clone Vault. All initial positions were left unfilled, allowing the terminally ill Overseer (estimated to expire within 40 months of the Vault's sealing) to fill them in according to Vault protocols, creating an unique experimental situation. The Vault failed as a result of cloning experiments designed to replicate whole humans. 475 residents.
Vault 109 - Unknown:
Vault 110 - Unknown:
Vault 111 - Boston, Massachusetts:
The Boston Cryostasis Vault. A portion of the vault occupants were cyronically frozen (made up of citizens), while another portion remained unfrozen (made up of scientists, security and other staff to keep the cryopods operational). The experiment was to observe the long-term effects of suspended animation on an unaware human subjects, however a revolt by the security personnel caused the failure of the Vault 111. The event lead to the Sole Survivor emerging roughly 200 years after the Vault's sealing.
Vault 112 - Washington, D.C (Capital Wasteland):
Set up as the personal Vault of Stanislaus Braun, utilizing virtual reality stasis pods. 85 residents.
Vault 113 - Chicago, Illinois:
Vault 114 - Boston, Massachusetts:
The Dictator Vault. Set up as a sociological experiment - the inhabitants were described as "high ranking local and state government, local luminaries, business people, and their families", however the luxury living conditions were exaggerated to the inhabitants, and when they arrived at the vault random families were chosen to occupy one room apartments and share minimal dining and bathing facilities. In addition, the Overseer was selected from the local public outside the vault, and the interview process favored those with no leadership or governmental experience and a strong anti-authority bias. Vault-Tec staff were asked not to undermine the authority of the new overseer "even (and especially) if it may cause physical discomfort, embarrassment or harm to the inhabitants." 120 residents.
Vault 115 - Cheyenne Mountain (Colorado):
Vault 116 - Cheyenne Mountain (Colorado):
Vault 117 - Cheyenne Mountain (Colorado):
Vault 118 - Cheyenne Mountain (Colorado):
Vault 119 - Cheyenne Mountain (Colorado):
Vault 120 - Cheyenne Mountain (Colorado):
Vault 121 - Boston, Massachusetts (Commonwealth):
The last numbered issued vault.

Colorado: 0, 1, 2, 115, 116, 117, 188, 119, 120
Nevada: 3, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 19, 21, 22, 24, 34
Washington state: 4, 5, 6, 53, 54, 55, 56
Central Texas: 20, 23, 39, 42, 43
Southeastern Texas: 16, 17, 18, 27, 29, 35
Northwestern Texas: 37, 38, 40, 41, 88, 89
Southern California: 12, 13, 14, 15, 36
New York: 68, 69, 96, 97, 98, 99
Utah: 70, 71, 72, 73, 102, 103, 104, 105
Capital Wasteland (D.C, Maryland, and Virginia): 74, 76, 77, 87, 90, 91, 92, 95, 100, 101, 106, 107, 108, 112
Commonwealth (Massachusetts): 75, 81, 111, 114, 121
Illinois: 30, 31, 32, 33, 93, 94, 109, 110, 113
Ohio: 25, 26, 28, 78, 79, 80, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86
Georgia: 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52
Florida: 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67

http://fallout.gamepedia.com/List_of_known_Vaults
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2012.08.06 21:19 professorpan $$$

We don't ask for donations year-round, just once a year. Guess what, it's that time again!
Has it been this long? RUGC Midwest started 3 years ago and this server / community has thrived very nicely during those times. Currently this server is set to expires in 5 weeks, but we'll keep this going as long as the server is funded. The hope is to fund it for a whole year and not have to need donations until next summer. So, without further ado,
Just kidding here's some ado in the form of fussy light readings:
Do donate if:
  • You can!
  • You want to!
  • You've enjoyed playing on this server this last year and wish for it to continue.
  • You're happy with how the server is run.
Don't donate if:
  • You're expecting perks.
  • You don't want to.
  • You feel pressured to.
  • You've already spent way too much on the Steam Summer Sale.
Know that:
  • All the donations can only go toward the server and cannot be withdrawn, as stated on the donation page linked below.
  • The finances do not go through my hands, I'm only organizing this annual fundraising drive for the server / community.
  • As long as this server exists, we'll keep managing it with the same responsiveness and levelheadedness you've come to expect of us.
  • NFO does not handle refunds.
Donor Amount
Leftover $19.13
Kelso $50.00
Rend $25.00
Tidwell $50.00
Secret! $30.00
Eisen $30.00
Simply Barbaric $20.00
Secret! $30.00
KTO $50.00
Sum $304.13
Debt $0.00
Goal $280.40
For transparency's sake, I can provide screenshots and whatnot upon request. I'll populate this list as the donations come in. I'll keep donors anonymous if they wish to remain anonymous!
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KTO finishes us off and with that we did this in 3 hours, compared to last year's still-very-impressive 5 hours.
Thank you ALL!

Results

Current Server Finances:
Huge thanks to all the donors! Ok I know I said no perks, but I'll give each of the donors a hat or paint or tag or an old-school crate or Strange Part or something to that effect. Trade me.
Charities
I felt a bit guilty organizing a successful donation drive that only benefited us, so I did some matching on my own to a few nice charities. And you can feel good too! By playing here, you're indirectly supporting these following organizations:
  • Doctors without Borders; something global and generally very kick-ass.
  • Girls Scouts of America; something national-level and pretty great for young women.
  • Goodwill of Northern Illinois / Wisconsin Border; something local and our LGBT-friendly alternative to Salvation Army, benefits the impoverished and disabled.
If anyone missed out on our incredibly-fast donation drive today and still wanted to donate, please, feel free to direct that to one of the above organizations.
Enough talk; let's play TF2.
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