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Tribune reporterJohn Peters, Northern Illinois University’s long-time president who was praised for his leadership during the deadly 2008 campus shootings, announced Thursday that he will retire after this academic year. Peters, 67, president of the DeKalb-based...
If catastrophe struck the Chicago area, many thousands of evacuees would require transportation out of the disaster zone and a place to receive medical care, food and temporary shelter. Regional reception centers would be needed to pop into action...
AUBURN, Ind. (AP) — Prosecutors have charged a northeastern Indiana man with giving tattoos to teenage girls in exchange for sex or nude photos and coerced money from some of them. A DeKalb County judge has ordered 29-year-old Jason Schwartz of...
Special to the TribuneBoth sides rested today in the trial of Jack McCullough following testimony of a jail inmate who said the former Sycamore resident incriminated himself in the 1957 murder of a young girl. Judge James Hallock ordered defense attorneys and prosecutors back...
Special to the TribuneA childhood friend of a slain Sycamore girl identified an old photo in court Tuesday as that of the man charged in the girl's 1957 abduction and death. "It's this photo, right there," Kathy Chapman said, pointing to a 1950s-era picture of Jack McCullough...
Tags: FBI, Cancer, Crime, Law and Justice, Lawyers, Justice System
Special to the TribuneA 72-year-old Seattle man was found guilty today of the kidnapping and murder of a 7-year-old Sycamore girl, whose disappearance in 1957 captured the concern of Americans all the way up to President Dwight Eisenhower. Judge James Hallock found Jack...
Tags: Trials, FBI, Witnesses, Cancer, International Law
Special to the TribuneA forensic anthropologist said today that a Sycamore girl killed in 1957 showed evidence of deep stabs to the chest and throat. Dr. Krista Latham examined the body of Maria Ridulph after the girl's body was exhumed last year. A former Sycamore...
Tags: Witnesses, Prosecution
Special to The TribuneMurder victim Maria Ridulph was described as a sweet, trusting child by prosecutors in opening statements today at the trial of the man charged with her murder more than a half-century ago. Jack D. McCullough, a 72-year-old Seattle retiree and former...
Special to the TribuneA Washington state man scheduled to go on trial next week for the 1957 kidnapping and murder of a Sycamore girl will not be allowed to introduce as evidence old law enforcement and telephone records he says would help prove him innocent. Judge James...
Tags: Trials, Judges, FBI, Kidnapping, Murder
A 17-year-old boy from Elgin died in a one-vehicle accident early this morning near Burlington in Kane County. According to a press release from the Kane County Sheriff's Office, Lawrence Echols, one of four people in the 2007 Lincoln MKZ that was...
RedEyeWhen it comes to LGBT inclusiveness, two Chicago schools are at the top of the pack, according to a recently released list by Campus Pride. The organization, which promotes safety for LGBT students in higher education, named both the University of...
Tribune reporterWASHINGTON — An announcement today by the U.S. Department of Agriculture means farmers in the entire state of Illinois are now eligible to apply for emergency assistance because of the drought. Fourteen more counties in the state were designated by...
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