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Tribune reporterWinning football games has not been a problem for Northern Illinois in recent years. Attracting fans to Huskie Stadium, however, has been an issue. The two-time defending Mid-American Conference champions will have some enhancements to their home...
ReutersPor Genevra Pittman NUEVA YORK (Reuters Health) - Un equipo de Estados Unidos halló que el 8 por ciento de unos 500 bebés de una ciudad pequeña del sudeste había sido víctima de por lo menos un abuso supuesto o confirmado o de abandono bajo...
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Mothers-to-be who believe infants dirty their diapers to bother their parents or purposefully ignore their mothers may be more likely to abuse or neglect their young children, a new study suggests. U.S. researchers found...
— Glenn McGovern joined the Air Force fresh out of high school and was plunged into a world of threats and intrigue. Assigned to protect U.S. bases worldwide, he studied the tactics of Germany's Red Army Faction, the attack style favored by...
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BUTLER, Ind. (AP) — A northeastern Indiana teenager has died from injuries he suffered when his dirt bike crashed at a motorcross track. Indiana conservation officers say 16-year-old Tyler D. Cook of Spencerville was pronounced dead Sunday evening...
A DeKalb County grand jury has re-indicted a former Northern Illinois University police officer for rape less than three months after prosecutors dropped an identical charge against him and just days after the school fired its police chief for allegedly...
Chicago TribuneA DeKalb man was sentenced Wednesday to 37 years in prison for murdering a college freshman in a plea deal that was criticized by the victim's family and a former prosecutor, but defended by the state's attorney as the right decision to protect the...
ATLANTA (AP) — When Beverly Hall first arrived in Atlanta as superintendent of the city's public school system, she cautioned she wouldn't be riding in on a white horse and that it would take time to fix the problems of low student performance....
Special to the TribuneAn executive from the University of Idaho has been chosen as the new president of Northern Illinois University, officials announced today. Doug Baker, executive vice president at Idaho, replaces John Peters as NIU's president at a pivotal moment in...
Tribune reportersThree people representing three generations of a Palatine family died Thursday when their car veered into the path of a truck near Sycamore, authorities said. Angelina Felix, 57, and her daughter, Jenny Perez, 19, and 2-year-old grandson, Roberto M....
Tags: Accidental Death, Dennis Miller
Tribune reporterA former Northern Illinois University police officer pleaded not guilty this morning to raping a student, less than four months after prosecutors dropped an identical charge against him and a week after the FBI raided the campus police department. Andrew...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Jessamine County school district got a thumbs-up from an external review team this month and will be recommended for re-accreditation from a global organization. The team from AdvancED — formerly the Southern Association of Colleges and...
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