For years, former Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White blocked attempts by an ex-state trooper to regain his driving privileges after a high-speed crash that caused the deaths of teenage sisters on a busy St. Clair County interstate in 2007.
Stories by Beth Hundsdorfer — Capitol News Illinois
Former Illinois State Trooper Seeks Restoration of Driving Privileges Nearly 16 Years After Crash That Killed Teen Sisters
Sep 14, 2023 | Beth Hundsdorfer — Capitol News Illinois
Watchdog Overseeing Abuse, Neglect Cases at State-Run Facilities Resigns for Job as Chicago Park District’s Inspector General
Aug 7, 2023 | Beth Hundsdorfer — Capitol News Illinois
After serving nearly four years as the watchdog for the Illinois Department of Human Services, Peter Neumer will join the Chicago Park District as inspector general.
A new state watchdog report calls for a “fundamental overhaul” at Choate Mental Health and Developmental Center.
Jul 11, 2023 | Beth Hundsdorfer — Capitol News Illinois
Allegations of patient abuse, cover-ups and misconduct continue to proliferate at a beleaguered facility for people with developmental disabilities, despite promises of reform from Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker and officials in his administration.