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The top administrator at Southern Illinois University's Carbondale campus says there's now tighter oversight after a former employee was charged with stealing thousands of dollars.
The state auditor general's office says Southern Illinois University is missing 357 computers, and school officials don't know if they're lost or stolen.
Southern Illinois University cannot account for hundreds of computers and overlooked the thefts of tens of thousands of dollars in cash, potentially for nearly two years, a state audit shows.
Glenn Poshard has been active in Illinois' public affairs for more than 30 years - U.S. congressman, state senator, Democratic candidate for governor and, most recently, president of the Southern Illinois University system. He has three degrees from SIU, starting classes there in 1966 with the help of the GI bill after serving in the U.S. Army. And he considers his decades-old ties to the university his greatest source of pride.
The newly retired president of the Southern Illinois University system says he's bittersweet about stepping down from the post.
Southern Illinois University officials say the system's incoming president will be on the job May 1, two months earlier than expected.
A new warden is in charge of the maximum-security Menard Correctional Center in southern Illinois.
The crux of Gov. Pat Quinn's plan to prevent big budget cuts is making permanent an income tax increase, which he acknowledges isn't palatable for many Illinoisans. And the move is even riskier in an election year as his Republican challenger, Bruce Rauner, has blasted the idea in hopes of appealing to tax-weary voters.
The incoming president at Southern Illinois University will have to pay $250,000 if he leaves his new post within three and a half years.