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Zap2It.comA whole new crop of brainy but awkward guys will meet with attractive but academically challenged women in the third season of Ashton Kutcher and Jason Goldberg's ("Punk'd") social experiment, "Beauty and the Geek." The CW announced Tuesday (Nov. 28)...
Tribune staff reporterAt 1:53 p.m. today, surrounded by his team and an adoring crowd of thousands including Mayor Richard Daley, Ozzie Guillen announced a decision everyone had been waiting for. "I tell you now: I will be back next year. I love you!" Guillen said, putting to...
Although Mayor Richard Daley's administration says it wants to create a culture of recycling in Chicago, there is far less of it being done under the showcase blue bag program than City Hall has claimed. Less paper, plastic, metals and other...
Tribune staff reportersA key figure in the federal investigation of the city's Hired Truck Program was critically injured in a fall from a horse this weekend. Nick M. LoCoco possibly suffered brain damage in the fall, according to his attorney, Gerald J. Collins. Bystanders...
Tribune staff reportersNew condominiums and townhouses rose along the edges of Chinatown during the 1990s, surrounding the pungent fish markets and pagoda-shaped restaurants that long made the South Side neighborhood seem like a living museum. Suburban professionals and...
Tribune staff reportersHundreds, if not thousands, of bank accounts around the country have been frozen, government sources said Thursday, as investigators try to follow the money trail leading to the terrorists responsible for the attack on the World Trade Center. The...
Tags: Al-Qaeda, Crimes, Securities, Defense, Washington (U.S. state)
If you see a mistake, please send us an e-mail Thursday, Oct. 3 schedule All games 3:30 p.m. unless noted Chicago Public Big Shoulders Hyde Park vs. Schurz at Lane Chicago Public Second City Sullivan vs. Orr, 7:30 p.m. at Hanson Tilden vs. Washington, 7:...
State finals At Redbird Arena, Illinois State University, Normal Fri., Nov. 9 Augusta Southeastern d. St. Joseph-Ogden 15-4, 15-6 Breese Mater Dei d. Huntley 15-5, 17-15 Quincy Notre Dame d. Byron 15-13, 15-9 Mt. Pulaski d. Benton 15-8, 15-6 Sat., Nov. 10...
Associated PressBRIDGEPORT, Conn. - As bishop of Bridgeport, Cardinal Edward M. Egan gave a priest accused of abuse thousands of dollars to settle bank debts and pay for a defense lawyer, court documents show. The documents obtained by The Hartford Courant show the...
Tags: Prisons, Litigation, Trials, Church and State Relations, Judges
Tribune staff reporterTen seconds. Count it: One. Two. Three. Four. Five. Six. Seven. Eight. Nine. Ten. Ten seconds was roughly how long it lasted. Nobody had a stopwatch, nothing can be proven definitively, but that's the consensus. The tornado that swooped through Utica at...
Tags: Death, Bruce Conner, Television, Pork Chops, Bars and Clubs
State finals At EastSide Centre, East Peoria Fri., June 4 Rock Falls 4, Casey-Westfield 0 Warrensburg-Latham 1, Taylor Ridge Rockridge 0 Nashville 10, St. Francis de Sales 0 Beecher 4, Pinckneyville 2 Sat., June 5 Warrensburg-Latham 2, Rock Falls 0, 20...
Courant Staff WriterWhile he resisted compensation for an alleged victim of a disgraced priest, Bridgeport's then-Bishop Edward M. Egan gave the accused clergyman as much as $17,000 to settle bank debts and pay for a criminal-defense lawyer, court documents show. The...
Tags: Prisons, Connecticut, Crimes, Church and State Relations, Sex
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