| Jun 9, 2009
| 1:41 PM
(WGN-AM)- After being shot in his lung last year, an accident which left bullet fragments around his spine and paralyzed both of his legs, a beaming five-year-old Martrell Stevens walked across the stage of his kindergarten graduation alone Tuesday....
| Jun 10, 2009
In his white tuxedo and gold graduation cap, 5-year-old Martrell Stevens was determined Tuesday to walk across the stage alone. On this day, his kindergarten graduation, a teacher's support in getting from his wheelchair to a walker was all the help he...
| Jul 23, 2009
Have back or neck pain, but not for sure if a chiropractor is the answer? Medical experts give their take on what you should do before making that appointment.
-- Be wary of those who say spinal manipulation can cure whatever ails you. "Look for a...
| Aug 5, 2009
| 11:41 AM
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| Mar 30, 2008
Violinist Rachel Barton Pine-star attraction on this balmy night in Santa Fe--is stranded.
She yearns to get up from the back-yard lawn chair where her husband has deposited her and stroll to a pool that's shimmering green-blue in the desert twilight....
| Apr 3, 2009
| 7:45 AM
Where are you right now? Lounging on an overstuffed couch with the newspaper and a cup of coffee? Sitting on a kitchen chair taking in the news online? Well, I hope you're sitting down for this bit of news. (Or maybe you should stand.) Your chair is...
| Jan 5, 2010
Christina Eilman was mentally ill.
The 21-year-old California woman hung around Midway Airport for two days, raving about the price of oil, exposing herself, making lewd comments and screaming at ticket agents, a baby and a blind man.
Then the Chicago...
| Aug 27, 2006
Hour after hour, Christina Eilman threw herself at the bars of her cell at a South Side police lockup, shrieking threats one moment and begging for help the next, pleading that she was ill.
Even the women in adjoining cells, many who were used to the...
| Jun 22, 2002
| 7:21 PM
Frank, feisty, funny, with a voice as brash as her advice, Eppie Ledererbetter known as Ann Landers, advice-giver to the worldhad a ready answer for people who wondered why strangers turned to her for help with their most intimate problems.