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Tribune reporterDefensive end Alex Brown wanted to clarify for those who figured the Bears didn't miss Tommie Harris on Sunday. "I wouldn't go that far," Brown said of his suspended teammate. "You don't find a guy with Tommie's ability every day. You can't just walk...
Tags: Lance Briggs, Mark Anderson, Greg Olsen, Corey Graham, Sports
Nature in the Eastern Sierra Nevadas. Art in a deep Polish salt mine. A friendly Wisconsin town. A hike with views of the Tasmanian coast. Readers have spanned the globe and discovered adventure, history and in many places, peace. Here are some of their...
A dog at a southeast Kansas zoo has adopted three tiger cubs abandoned by their mother. Safari Zoological Park owner Tom Harvey said the tiger cubs were born Sunday, but the mother had problems with them. A day later, the mother stopped caring for them....
Tags: Tiger (animal), Dog (animal), Oklahoma, Nature, Conservation
TRIBUNE CORRESPONDENTThe scene outside an early-voting station here this week looked encouraging enough for Sen. Hillary Clinton at first: a few dozen of her supporters in this loyal Hispanic stronghold waving Clinton placards, with nary a Barack Obama sign in sight. But the...
Tribune reporterIf Memorial Day means more to you than a parade or brat on the grill in a relative's backyard, then you've got options. Here are some: 1. Cargo trade-in You know he's going to wear his cargo shorts. So, let him, then head over to His Stuff and trade in...
Back in the day, sailing to America could be traumatic stuff—when, that is, it wasn't incredibly dull. Anything might go wrong, and frequently did. There were enemy warships, hurricanes and, not least, the delights of dysentery (or "the bloody flux,...
Special to the Chicago TribuneMYCENAE, Greece—As near as anyone can calculate, Hercules became a god in 1226 B.C. He wasn't supposed to. His original destiny was to simply become king of Mycenae. But a series of behind-the-scenes treacheries put his evil twin, Eurystheus, on...
Tags: Death, Arts and Culture, Chicago Tribune, Nike, Inc., Heroism
NEW YORK -- Thousands of sanitation workers prepared to salt city streets and airlines preemptively canceled flights Sunday as New Yorkers braced for a winter storm expected to bring up to a foot of snow to Manhattan. Up to 8-12 inches of snow was...
FLOAT THEME: The Miracle Workers Members of the Lions Clubs International are dedicated to eliminating preventable blindness. Helen Keller has long been symbol of this dedication, and it was her life and triumph over blindness and deafness that was...
GLENDALE - A recent mountain lion sighting in the Verdugo Mountains prompted Glendale officials today to warn residents to take precautions. Officers in a Glendale Police Department helicopter saw the "large lion" sunning itself in a clearing in the...
Tags: KTLA, Adults, Nature, Wildlife, Natural Resources
GLENDALE -- Residents in Glendale are being warned about mountain lions in response to the third sighting of the dangerous cats within the past 30 days. Animal-control officials will be handing out fliers and other information today in an area adjacent...
Tags: KTLA, Adults, Nature, Natural Resources, Wildlife
DETROIT - Do the Lions have a new look? That's the question fans are asking themselves after a picture of a toy truck spurred blogger debate on the internet today. A different font for "lions" and a new leaping lion appeared on a toy truck at NFLshop.com...
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