By Marcus Gilmer in News on Feb 26, 2009 12:30AM
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- Terrence Ligon, the man acquitted of killing a 4-year-old in a 2001 shooting, was shot dead Monday night.
- A faked ID production ring in Chinatown was busted up by federal authorities today.
- Both the Cook County Sheriff's office and the Chicago Police Department are implementing new, more rigorous background checks for employees.
- Our pals at The Windy Citizen have a pretty nifty tracker for following Twitter posts about the Illinois Fifth Congressional District race.
- Speaking of Replacing Rahm, the Sun-Times goes Page Six on us, pointing out that Illinois Fifth Congressional District opponents Mike Quigley and Sara Feigenholtz used to date. Awkward!
- The Expired Meter examines how the Chicago Dept. of Revenue is utilizing photo evidence to make it harder for drivers to fight traffic tickets.
- For fans of Korean soap opera You Are My Destiny (such as myself), there's bad news that the digital switch for television may knock out local channel KBC-TV.