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TribLocal - Gurnee » NewsSix people have been charged in connection with a string a residential burglaries in Gurnee since last month, police said. Evan Crews, 21, of Beach …...
TribLocal - Deerfield » NewsRaised in a smoke-free home, Zion-Benton High School sophomore Dalia Anguiano, 15, grew accustomed to life without cigarette pollution. So she was bothered to learn …...
TribLocal - Grayslake » NewsThe Lake County Fair Association Board of Directors has elected Mike Richards to take over as its president after the resignation of David DeYoung from …...
WGN NewsSome people travel on the cheap with websites that allow you to swap homes anywhere in the world. WGN's Lourdes Duarte has been looking into that. Think of it as on-line dating, only with referrals. It was scary at first, but now it's what people do....
America's traditional 180-day school year is more myth than reality in Illinois, as a jumble of state laws, rules and waivers allow districts to chip away instruction time, shorten school hours and cut the number of days students come to school. While...
The northern suburbs have a reputation as a refuge from crime, and that's often true. But in 1934, the body of famed outlaw "Baby Face" Nelson was found in what is now Skokie. Here are some other facts that may be surprising about our northern neighbors:...
The state's school superintendents are cutting costs in a gruesome budget cycle, but they can take some consolation: Their own paychecks are growing comfortably. The average salary and benefits of Illinois' top school executives grew 3.7 percent last...
Tribune reporterDelores Fleming's relatives tried to keep her in her house as long as they could. But her Alzheimer's disease made that impossible. Placed in a nursing home near Decatur, Ill., she scored 23 out of 30 on a mental exam and was deemed to be "moderately...
Gary Coleman, who soared to fame in the late 1970s as the child star of the hit sitcom "Diff'rent Strokes" and whose post-TV-series life included a stint as a shopping mall security guard and an unlikely run for California governor, died Friday. He was...
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Change of SubjectContributor Robert Goldsborough's "Elite Street" item today, Bruce Wolf moves to farm after reaping big loss on town home touches on the witty sportscaster's relocation to Old Mill Creek and gives me all the excuse I need to revive my......
WGN NewsLaura Hobbs, 8, and her friend Krystal Tobias, 9, were already dead when they were reported missing at 9 p.m. on Mother's Day 2005. Two 2nd Grade girls were found stabbed and brutally beaten in a wooded area at the northeastern edge of Beulah Park in...
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The New York TimesMonica Long had expected a routine appointment. But here she was sitting in her new oncologist's office, and he was delivering disturbing news. Nearly a year earlier, in 2007, a pathologist at a small hospital in Cheboygan, Mich., had found the...
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