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Skin cancer victims who ascribe their maladies to tanning salons persuaded a panel of Chicago aldermen Wednesday to bar tanning facilities from letting people younger than 18 use their equipment, even if the minors have the permission of a parent or...
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Tribune reporterThe judge in Tribune Co.'s bankruptcy case on Monday rejected two competing plans for reorganizing the company, leaving the Chapter 11 proceeding unresolved after nearly three contentious years in court. In an expansive 126-page opinion, U.S....
If you tracked down Tara Thompson's childhood friends and told them what she was doing these days, she says they wouldn't be surprised. "I can remember as a kid doing mock trial stuff in grade school, thinking, 'This is what I want to do,'" says...
Kristy Johnson found out the hard way that she could not overpower or subdue her creative side. The Chicago native and lone female cast member in South Coast Repertory's production of the August Wilson play "Jitney," which opens on Friday night, gave...
L.A. NOWSanta Monica College’s plan to offer some high-demand classes at a premium cost received a boost Thursday with the announcement of a $250,000 donation to support scholarships for students who qualify. The donors are businessman Daniel Greenberg...
It was past 7 p.m. when Ventas Inc. CEO Debra Cafaro emerged from her last meeting. Her voice echoed in the halls of the mostly empty offices on the 48th floor of 111 S. Wacker Drive. As she spoke, the last rays of sun disappeared behind the West Loop...
Lincoln ParkI’m not going to lie, I’ve been really into lawyer shows lately. And not boring old Law & Order…I mean the ones with cute guys, like Suits (Hellooo Harvey Specter) and Drop Dead Diva (Umm Grayson Kent? Yes please.) So when I saw on...
CROWN POINT, Ind. (AP) — Legal experts say an unknown number of criminal cases could be dismissed because of the involvement of six Lake County police officers who newspapers said are targets of a federal investigation. University of Chicago Law...
Nursing home safety: Illinois task force proposes sweeping reforms to end violence at troubled sitesTribune reportersA panel appointed by Gov. Pat Quinn proposed on Thursday an array of sweeping reforms designed to end the chronic violence and abuse that plague some nursing homes, while fostering better treatment for people with serious mental illness living in those...
Chicago nursing homes: Slaying of nursing-home resident in nearby motel shows how violence can spill into neighborhoodsTribune reportersShe was a beautiful woman with broad cheekbones and an easy smile. But drug addiction dragged Maratta Walker into a life of prostitution and violence. By last year the 45-year-old had been arrested more than 35 times for crimes ranging from crack cocaine...
Thousands of psychiatric patients are likely to move out of nursing homes and into community-based settings in the next five years under a landmark legal agreement designed to reshape Illinois' troubled long-term care system. The agreement, expected to...
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