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Washington BureauWhile tragic in its proportion and suddenness, the collapse of a 40-year-old interstate highway bridge in Minneapolis wasn't a surprise to those who work in the engineering and public works fields. The bridge that tumbled into the Mississippi River in...
Chicago Tribune reportersMILWAUKEE — In a cubicle at Marquette University, a professor of dentistry and a former prosecutor are trying to use computer science to shore up a beleaguered forensic discipline. But as the two men try to lay the groundwork to provide a...
Tribune senior correspondentIt's 9:20 on a weekday morning, and 20 people awaiting their liquid wake-up call are lined up from the cash register all the way to the door inside the Starbucks at 444 N. Michigan Ave. Statistically, at least one of them may be a thief. Or maybe not. At...
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Special to The TimesNEW YORK — During a recent rehearsal, choreographer John Neumeier was whispering last-minute changes to his assistants. "This part should be snappier," he said, demonstrating the tempo with his hand. Leaning over to a sound engineer, he murmured, "A...
Christopher Carley is an unlikely candidate to develop North America's tallest building. He has a recent track record of projects that--despite their quality--have struggled to reach the financial finish line. The chairman of Chicago-based Fordham Co....
A day after a gunman shot and killed three men and wounded a woman in an office building in downtown Chicago, their families and friends remembered the victims Saturday as they grappled with the tragedy. Michael R. McKenna, Allen Hoover and Paul...
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: @Fox59CParker Facebook: Fan Page Cheryl Parker anchors FOX-59 News at 10. A graduate of Marquette University, Cheryl joined FOX59 News in 1994 after stints with television stations in Lansing, Michigan, Grand...
Tribune Co.'s independent directors fired back at the Chandler family Thursday, accusing the super-rich California clan of putting their own financial interests head of other shareholders. In a letter signed by Tribune lead director William Osborn and...
Tribune staff reporterHobbits don't have pointed ears. "That's a convention of fantasy illustration," says Mike Foster, North American representative of the 33-year-old Tolkien Society. "Nowhere in the book does it say that hobbits or elves have pointed ears." Nevertheless,...
Tribune staff reporterFor good teams, three-game win streaks are barely noticeable, mere blips on the schedule. For the Bulls, the possibility of such an achievement creates headlines and dominates pregame conversation. "There are certain humps we have to get over," coach...
Special to The CourantJust after Christmas 1937, J.R.R. Tolkien wrote the first sentence on the first page of what would become his "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy: "When Mr. Bilbo Baggins of Bad End announced that he would shortly be celebrating his eleventy-first birthday...
Tags: England, Book, Education, Colleges and Universities, Milwaukee
Associated PressMILWAUKEE - Archbishop Rembert Weakland acknowledged yesterday that he paid a settlement to a man who accused him of sexual assault more than 22 years ago. Weakland denied ever molesting anyone, but asked the Vatican to expedite the resignation he...
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