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Sentinel Staff WriterThis is not the hike to wear that goofy camouflage hat with the Christmas-style reindeer antlers. At least not this time of year. And if the sound of distant gunfire makes you nervous, wear one of those orange reflector vests -- or just delay this hike...
Sentinel Staff WriterDon't let the Disney name discourage you. Mickey Mouse won't be taking this hike anytime soon. If he does, he likely would become dinner for a red-shouldered hawk. There is nothing touristy about it. The Disney Wilderness Preserve is a 12,000-acre...
Tribune staff reportersSen. Barack Obama calls himself a strong defender of abortion rights, and the presidential contender quickly condemned the recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling upholding a ban on a controversial late-term procedure. The decision, he feared, "will embolden...
(WGN-AM) - The former owner of a funeral home in Gary, where four apparently abandoned bodies were discovered last week, had his license revoked in 2001 while at a South Side funeral home he owned. No charges have been filed in the Indiana case, but...
Tags: Lake County (Illinois), Family, Indiana, WGN, Death
We feel duped. How about you? SPRING 1974: Florida declares that the Green Swamp in Lake and Polk counties won't be paved over for the next get-rich-quick scheme. Hallelujah! In putting this swamp in the same category as the Everglades, legislators...
Tags: Everglades, Endangered Species, Elections, Nature, Tampa
(WGN-AM) - A California man who admitted raping and murdering an Indiana woman 25 years ago has been sentenced to 60 years in prison. In February, 48-year-old Mark Erler pleaded guilty but mentally ill to murder in the perpetration of rape in the death...
Like happy endings? Then you might not want to read this. NOV. 2, 2004: What a great day for Seminole County residents. Hurrah. By their votes, they were actually going to protect precious land against the sound of the bulldozer. Not many other...
Sentinel Staff WritersAfter a decade of chafing under the supervision of county school districts, Florida charter-school operators left Tallahassee in 2006 with a law that could allow looser oversight. Advocates for these taxpayer-supported schools persuaded legislators and...
Tags: Pembroke Pines, Government, Laws, Brevard County, Clermont
Tribune staff reporterThe driver in a single-car crash in which two teens were killed said Monday that he pleaded with police to find his missing friends, but Gary police said the driver and another survivor had been drinking alcohol and were unclear about details—...
Tribune Staff WritersBernon Howery needed a lawyer to save his life. Charged with setting a fire in Kankakee that killed four children, including three of his own, he turned to Earl Washington. A veteran Chicago attorney who had represented a relative of Howery's, Washington...
Tags: Court Preliminary, Criminals, Government, Children, Standards
Tribune staff reporterAdditional material published April 28, 2005: CORRECTIONS AND CLARIFICATIONS. A graphic on mob murder victims in the main news section Tuesday incorrectly identified as Nicholas D'Andrea a photo of his brother, Mario D'Andrea. For more than 50 years,...
Tags: Crimes, Bensenville, Indiana, Prisons, Death
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