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Faith Lutheran Church in Lake Forest is among a growing number of organizations that want to sponsor a comfort dog after being inspired by stories of the animals' healing presence in the aftermath of the Sandy Hook massacre. More than 20 church...
Special to the TribuneThe pain of the loss persists, but the legacies of five Northern Illinois University students fatally shot on Valentine's Day in 2008 have an even greater resonance. A bell tolled Thursday as nearly 500 people solemnly stood on a wind-swept plaza at 3:...
Tribune reportersNearly two dozen members of a Northern Illinois University fraternity were charged with hazing crimes Monday after a student died following excessive drinking at a party last month. On the night before his death, freshman David Bogenberger went from...
In the 1920s, Westmont Mayor William Rahn's family purchased a farm just east of 55th Street and Cass Avenue, an area that is now dotted with homes. "We had a little horse that I would ride," Rahn said. "There aren't many of us (lifelong Westmont...
The motive behind the Connecticut elementary school rampage is not known, but behavioral specialists with expertise on mass killings note that such events typically do not occur spontaneously, that the perpetrator has harbored both resentments and...
L.A. NOWReflecting growing interest in -- or at least curiosity about -- online education, U.S. News & World Report on Tuesday released its first rankings of fully online college and graduate degree programs. The magazine has for decades ranked more traditional.....
Nine people have filed to run for four open seats on the seven-member Wheaton Warrenville Community Unit School District 200 board. One of the four incumbent trustees, Andy Johnson, a former president of the board who had served on the board since 1997,...
Tribune reporterA team of golden retrievers made an 800-mile journey from the Chicago area to Newtown, Conn., over the weekend to comfort those affected by the recent school massacre. Lutheran Church Charities deployed about 10 of the canines Saturday evening for...
The Hartford CourantMaili Pieragostini, 6, opened a box of crayons Tuesday, selected one and drew a butterfly on a piece of folded paper. The artwork was for her friend, Charlotte Bacon, 6, who was killed in Friday's mass shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School. As Maili...
In the wake of the deadly school shootings in Newtown, Conn., a newspaper publisher on the other side of the country — in Idaho of all places, where gun ownership is up there with life and liberty as a solemn human right — found himself with a...
Tribune reporterNorthern Illinois University’s police chief was put on paid leave today and banned indefinitely from the police department because of allegations of misconduct by the department. It’s the latest disruption for a school that has faced a...
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