Burge business: Corrupt former Chicago Police Cmdr. Jon Burge is getting out of prison, but the mess he left remains, the Sun-Times' editorial board writes.
Corruption clip: The Sun-Times' editorial board hopes the appointment of a new deputy in the U.S. Attorney's office means political corruption is at the top of the office's hit list.
Road work: When it comes to the Illiana Expressway, Gov. Quinn and other supporters of the project should look at the Indiana Toll Road's bankruptcy, Crain's Joe Cahill writes.
Money management: Chicago public schools will again this year get money for students who did not enroll, WBEZ reports.
Budget biz: CPS is right to ease up on budgeting and let schools keep money for students who didn't enroll, the Sun-Times' editorial board writes.
Pothole problems: Crain's Greg Hinz counts 58 potholes in a five-mile stretch of Chicago roads.
Getting around: Loop transit projects are taking shape, including a Union Station transit center, bus rapid transit in the central Loop and the Washington/Wabash L station, the Trib reports.
Bruce's big bucks: Bruce Rauner puts more money into his campaign, bringing his personal contribution to nearly $12.6 million, the Trib reports.
Trial trouble: The nursing home bankruptcy trial in Florida is full of political repercussions for Bruce Rauner, the Trib reports.
Leader lessons: To win, Bruce Rauner must show he can lead, and tell us with whom and how that can be accomplished, Crain's Greg Hinz writes.
Sign of the times: Bruce Rauner's digital sign business thrives under Rahm's City Hall, the Sun-Times reports.
Clinton campaigns: Hillary Clinton will be in Illinois to stump for Gov. Quinn, the Sun-Times reports.
Trial talk: Former temporary Sen. Roland Burris plays a role in a Chicago man's corruption trail, NBC5 reports.
Facility fixing: O'Hare and Midway are still operating below normal flight volume, and FAA officials say it could take two weeks to get the Chicago-area air traffic control center fully repaired, CBS2 reports.
Gun gambit: Crain's editorial board hopes Springfield doesn't take Rahm up on his idea of mandatory minimums for gun crimes.
Cases closed: Gun cases involving the Cook County Adult Probation Department's gang unit have fallen apart, the Trib reports.
Murder miss? A woman is charged with attempting to arrange a hit on Cicero Town President Larry Dominick and the town's attorney, the Sun-Times reports.
MediPot patients: Illinois' first medical marijuana licenses are distributed to patients, the Sun-Times reports.
'Burbs bikes: The Divvy bike program is expanding to Evanston and Forest Park, the Sun-Times reports.
Park projects: The Chicago Park District gets $2.4 million from the state to improve five parks, FOX32 reports.