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If you would like to help the victims of the devastating tornadoes in Oklahoma, here is a list of agencies you may contact and support with a donation (This list is expected to grow over the next few days.): American Red Cross: text 90999 to give $10...
Tags: American Red Cross, Human Interest
There are plenty of “cool” things going on around here this weekend (I have lusted in my heart for “Frances Ha” for, like, weeks), but ever since this Oklahoma business, I have been looking to spend more time with my kids, OK?...
It's easy to imagine a bare-bones operation hiring the cheapest employees it can find to load trucks, stuff envelopes and stack pallets, turning a decent profit in the order-fulfillment business. But Wood Dale-based iD Commerce + Logistics has a different...
RedEyeThe Chicago Water Taxi will open a new North Avenue stop on May 28 to take commuters to train stations downtown, the company announced Tuesday. Wendella boats will shuttle riders between the new North Avenue dock, on the south end of the Cherry Street...
WSBT-TVST. JOSEPH, BERRIEN COUNTIES--The Red Cross says monetary donations are best but people in and around Moore, Okla. need food and water, and people in our area are eager to help. An employee stays busy using a forklift to stack pallets of packaged...
AP Science WriterWASHINGTON (AP) — Shipwrecks lying deep off America's coasts are more often historical artifacts than present-day threats from leaking old oil tanks, a new federal report says. While 87 of the ships — most sunk during World War II by German...
CHEBOYGAN, Mich. (AP) — Boats that officials have said were believed responsible for a 2010 Lake Huron oil spill are expected to be removed from the affected area this year. The Cheboygan Daily Tribune reports (http://bit.ly/10RDxTF ) work is...
Thirty-six thousand one hundred and twenty-three. That's the number of properties in Chicago listed last week in some stage of mortgage foreclosure. This is a disaster. This is a crisis. And though you wouldn't know it from the amount of news coverage...
TAVARES — The city is selling a pair of water taxis that have been seldom used since 2008 for $75,000. The 42-foot-long, air-conditioned boats, named the Capt. Haynes and the Major St. Clair Abrams, operated briefly in 2008, ferrying up to 40...
RedEyeRiders who use the Cermak-Chinatown station just can't catch a break. Five years ago, a semi-trailer truck crashed into the station escalator, killing two people and injuring about two dozen more. Over the next few years, the CTA overhauled the...
The city will revive talks about annexing Boca Grove and St. Andrews country clubs in West Boca for the third time and reconsider the Lake Wyman redevelopment project as two possible ways to increase revenue, Mayor Susan Whelchel said in her annual...
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