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  • Gurnee First Lego League team powers up for state tournament

     
    On nights when the Full Power First Lego League meets in the Gurnee basement of coaches Steve and Renne Garward, practices often last longer than …...
  • Abbott to cut 700 jobs in U.S., Puerto Rico

     
    Abbott Laboratories announced on Wednesday that it will cut about 700 positions in the United States and Puerto Rico, largely as part of a restructuring …...
  • Proposed funding cuts could leave gap in north suburban bicycle trail

     
    A bicycle trail envisioned to allow cyclists to pedal from Chicago to Wisconsin could be left with a permanent 6.8-mile gap if federal funds are …...
  • Magic Johnson maintains optimism in HIV fight

     
    Magic Johnson maintains optimism in HIV fight...
  • Similac formula recalled

     
    Hey mamas, if you're feeding your babies similac formula, read this. Abbott Laboratories is recalling millions of cases of its Similac powder formulas because they may contain bug parts....
  • UPDATE: Employees worried and resigned as Lake County braces for more than 1,000 layoffs at Abbott

     
    As Lake County officials brace for the loss of more than 1,000 jobs at Abbott Laboratories, workers trickling out of sites at the company's headquarters …...
  • Former Angels baseball player Doug DeCinces accused of insider trading, pays $2.5-million fine

     
    Former Angels baseball player Doug DeCinces has agreed to pay $2.5 million in penalties and interest to settle allegations that he used inside information to make more than $1.2 million in profits trading the stock of Santa Ana-based Advanced Medical........
  • Dan Seals and Robert Dold disclose finances in 10th District House race

    Democrat Dan Seals and Republican Robert Dold are selling themselves to suburban voters as candidates who will provide "independent leadership" in Congress. But a look at their tax returns and economic disclosures shows neither can claim financial...
  • Kids and career: Walking that line

    Kids and career: Walking that line
    It's a tough balancing act: finding child care while working full time. Can you leave early to relieve the sitter, or maybe to see your son's soccer game? Parents are constantly trying to be everywhere at once. How can we be proactive parents without...
  • FDA urged to pull diet drug from market

    FDA urged to pull diet drug from market
    The prescription diet drug sibutramine, sold under the brand name Meridia, should be taken off the market because it raises the risk of heart attacks and strokes in some patients, the editor of the New England Journal of Medicine said Wednesday. Those...
  • Diet drugs face tough test

    Diet drugs face tough test
    There has never been a magic prescription to help millions of obese Americans lose weight. Whether one is any closer to reality is now under scrutiny. A Food and Drug Administration advisory panel will decide Wednesday whether the diet drug Meridia...
  • Similac Infant Formula Recalled Due to Bug Contamination

    Similac Infant Formula Recalled Due to Bug Contamination
    WASHINGTON -- Drugmaker Abbott Laboratories said Wednesday it is recalling millions of containers of its best-selling Similac infant formula that may be contaminated with insect parts. The voluntary action affects up to 5 million Similac-brand powder...