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In the Rear View: Medicare Scam and the Primary Approaches

We look back at a week of candidate forums, life saving techniques, murder case stalling, 9750 financing, wrestling triumph and a not guilty plea to sex charges.

MONDAY

An attorney for Steven Reynolds declined to comment about the case following Monday's court hearing.

The Orland Park Finance Committee decided Monday to put the first bond sale proposal in front of the full board, so they can choose one of two ways to sell, and whether bonds will be sold locally to interested parties.

TUESDAY

Candidates for the 18th District State Senate seat and the 35th District State House seat appeared at a forum Monday night. Watch what the Republican candidates had to say.

Meet Shea, a 2-year-old Great Pyrenees mix who wants more than anything to be your best friend. From her softer-than-soft fur to her incredibly endearing face, we know this is a pooch you might not be able to resist.

WEDNESDAY

Ricardo Gonzalez is among nine new defendants targeted by the U.S. Attorney’s Office in a $20 million scam with false Medicare claims.

A year and half later, investigations continue into the death of Allan Kustok's wife, Jeanie.

THURSDAY

Sandburg junior wrestling standout Mitch Cook scored a dramatic third-period pin to help the Eagles finish off their drive to the Class 3A state championship. He is honored for his heroics today as Patch's Athlete of the Month for February.

Democrat candidates for the 35th Illinois House District also shared their thoughts about school vouchers at a forum at Morgan Park Academy.

FRIDAY

Republican candidates vying for the 18th Illinois Senate District also spoke about consolidating state jobs, how to make Illinois more business-friendly and covering teacher pensions at a forum at Morgan Park Academy.

Get to know your candidates for the 19th Illinois state senate district. Catch these videos of the two who are vying for the senate seat that will soon be vacated by Maggie Crotty.

Jerling students and staff, as well as medical and emergency professionals, shared their experiences where knowing CPR and how to use a defibrillator saved a person's life. 

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