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Two people who administered road tests for the Illinois Secretary of State's office were charged with giving passing marks to unqualified drivers or passing people who did not even take a road test in exchange for cash, federal officials said today....
Tags: Politics, Corporate Crime, FBI, Robert Grant, George Ryan
Clout StreetMayor Rahm Emanuel on Friday named an attorney who kept him on the Election Day ballot to a board overseeing port authority issues, one of more than two dozen appointments made ahead of the holiday weekend. Michael K. Forde, a partner at Mayer Brown,...
BoystownNever been to this museum at Clark and North? Right now it's featuring "Out in Chicago" and "My Chinatown" exhibits....
LakeviewIf you are traveling on the CTA Red Line between 9 p.m. and 4:30 a.m. over the next three days be sure to give yourself some extra time. Track maintenance on the line may cause some delays between now and Friday, and it also will result in passengers at...
Lincoln ParkHungry? Chicago Food Planet Near North tour fills your appetite for lunch and Chicago history....
TribLocal - Schaumburg » NewsA restaurant cook accused of attacking his boss and a co-worker with a cleaver had just been fired from the Elk Grove Village eatery, according …...
Chicago is filled with reasons to celebrate in the summertime. The major one, of course? It's not winter. We all have our own list of the joys of summer. At the very top of mine is power shopping — outdoors! Throughout the city and suburbs,...
Tags: Road Transportation, Arts and Culture, Bucktown, Travel, Arts
Special to the TribuneFor Chinese and Chinese-Americans, the word "jia" is not lost in translation. Loosely interpreted, it means family or home, even homeland. For the Chinese who worked the railroad yards in Chicago in the 1870s and those arriving in the periodic waves of...
Normal service has resumed after southbound Red Line CTA trains were rerouted for a time this evening because firefighters were summoned to a Red Line station in the Loop, according to a CTA alert and fire officials. The subway trains were rerouted to...
Tribune reporterWASHINGTON—The president of China will visit Chicago for two days next week, an event Mayor Richard Daley calls "big, big, big, big." President Hu Jintao, 68, who has led China since 2003, will be in the city on Jan. 20 and 21 as part of a state...
Tags: Barack Obama, China, Politics, Walter Payton, Human Interest
Tribune reporterAs Chinese President Hu Jintao arrived to Washington today, Chicago is preparing to play host to the visiting head of state during the last leg of his American trip on Thursday and Friday. Several hundred Chinese Americans will gather outside the...
Tags: Politics, China, Chicago Loop, Walter Payton, Business
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