Hey, that depleted parking meter fund is getting some coin. Mayor Daley announced increased revenues will result in $50 million being put back into the reserve account, which once sat at more than $1 billion before being tapped to plug the city’s deficit. Currently, there is $125 million left from the lease of the meters. (Tribune)

The University of Chicago Medical Center almost lost its Medicare funding after a mistake led to the death of businessman and Sun-Times patriarch Jim Tyree. (Tribune)

A former employee of the Rev. Jesse Jackson’s Rainbow PUSH Coalition is suing Jackson for wrongful termination on the basis that the plaintiff, Tommy Bennett, is gay. Bennett also claims Jackson “forced him to perform ‘uncomfortable’ tasks, including escorting various women to hotel rooms to meet Jackson for sex.” Jackson denies the claims. (Sun-Times)