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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...
Tags: Prisons, Punishment, Students, Lawyers, Teaching and Learning
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...
John Kennedy As a senator in 1959, he spoke to a gathering of young people in Chicago, urging them to become involved without becoming cynical. (See Tribune article below.) "Many parents still want their sons to become president, but they don't want them...
Tags: South Dakota, Illinois, Chicago Tribune, Arkansas, Elections
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: Dennis Miller, Accidental Death
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...
Tribune reporterOn the Facebook page of "The Butcher & Larder," the Noble Square butcher shop, owner Rob Levitt posted a link Wendesday to an article about Congress lifting the ban on funding horse-meat inspections. The implication was horses could once again be...
In 1987, a Scoutmaster at a camp in northeast Georgia was accused of fondling a boy in a sleeping bag. The local Boy Scouts executive, Wayne Brock, followed Scouting procedures and documented the allegation before forwarding it to the group's Texas...
Tags: Laws, Child Abuse, Labor Legislation, Sex Crimes, Punishment
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...
Jan Ziegler can spot the veterans by their measuring tapes. "The first year, people pick a tree that's too tall," said Ziegler, who owns Ziegler Christmas Tree Farm in Elgin. "They look smaller in the field. So the next year, they measure." In addition...
As everyone knows, America's jazz hotspots are Chicago, New York, New Orleans and … Elmhurst? Well, as of tomorrow evening, at least, the western suburb will indeed be pulsing with the music, as jazz stars and student ensembles from across the...
Special to the TribuneHe was born in England, spent a significant part of his career in Asia and cut his American corporate teeth in Dallas. But Stephen Chipman, now into his third year as chief executive of Grant Thornton LLP, is thinking a lot about Chicago. ...
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