Flesh-eating bacteria hospitalizes another victim: New S.C. mom The rare disease commonly known as flesh-eating bacteria has claimed another victim: a South Carolina woman who had just given birth to a healthy set of twins and who noticed an unusual spot on the back of her leg. Lana Kuykendall, 36, is a paramedic, and ... 05/16/2012 - 9:00 pm | View Link
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Necrotizing fasciitis Necrotizing fasciitis or NF, commonly known as flesh-eating disease, flesh-eating bacteria or flesh-eating bacteria syndrome, is a rare infection of the deeper layers ... 03/1/2015 - 11:04 pm | View Website
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A former software engineer for CME Group who pleaded guilty in 2012 to stealing source code to create a similar program in China won't spend any time in prison. Chunlai Yang of Libertyville was sentenced Tuesday to four years of probation for stealing software that underpinned the CME Group's Globex trading platform.
At least two Des Plaines aldermen are suggesting the city should pay for Alderman Dick Sayad's defense on criminal trespass charges - saying the charges are politically motivated and that Sayad was acting in his capacity as alderman when he walked into a house uninvited on Feb. 25
When Gov. Bruce Rauner suggested withholding half of the municipal share of income tax revenues to shore up state finances, he assumed towns could absorb the loss by dipping into reserves. But can they? An analysis of 90 suburbs shows most could turn to reserves -- but only in the first year of the state cutting their income tax share.