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Charles Thomas

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  • Live blogging the final Chicago mayor's debate

     
    Posted by Tribune staff at 6:42 p.m. This blog will be updated live between 7 and 8 p.m. And we're done. Tonight is the final debate between the four major candidates for Chicago mayor. It'll be broadcast live on WLS-TV.......
  • Weeks in Review

     
    A roundup of state and local news-review and weekly political chat shows. Descriptions provided by the broadcast outlets in most cases: Chicago Tonight -- The Week in Review (WTTW,Ch. 11) Host Joel Weisman with Charles Thomas, ABC-7 News; Lorraine Forte,....
  • N'DIGO Foundation Gala, Glamorama's launch party

    N'DIGO Foundation Gala, Glamorama's launch party
    The N'DIGO Foundation Gala was a Tribute to Men and featured a powerful concert by Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds at Symphony Center. The 10-time Grammy winner, along with a four-piece band that included his brother Kevon Edmonds, brought the crowd to its...
  • Baseball Fans Think About Safety in Wake of Arlington Tragedy

    Baseball Fans Think About Safety in Wake of Arlington Tragedy
     Baseball, it's a game made for fathers and sons. Timothy Pope is here with his son hoping to catch a foul ball or home run and stay safe while doing so.  "We got the glove so we can catch the balls so they don't get hit. And we're staying away from...
  • Anita Lee Sherwood (MacMaster)

    Anita Lee Sherwood (MacMaster) Born November 13, 1916 in Pomona, California. Died December 8, 2011 in Laguna Hills, California. Beloved Mother, Grandmother, Great Grandmother.  Anita Lee was educated at Anaheim High School and the University of Southern...
  • Tom Cole dies at 75; playwright and screenwriter

    Tom Cole, a playwright and screenwriter whose 1985 film "Smooth Talk" won the grand jury prize at what is now the Sundance Film Festival and helped launch a teenage Laura Dern's career, has died. He was 75. Cole died Feb. 23 of multiple myeloma at his...
  • PASSINGS: Marva Wright, Margaret Moth, Jack Hirshberg

    PASSINGS: Marva Wright, Margaret Moth, Jack Hirshberg
    Marva Wright Louisiana blues singer Marva Wright, 62, who sang traditional jazz and gospel but was better known for sultry, sometimes bawdy blues songs, died Tuesday in New Orleans of complications from two strokes she suffered last year, said Adam...
  • PASSINGS: 'Chick' Lang, Warren Farlow, Doug Speck, Charlie Gillett, Johnnie High, Barry Brief

    'Chick' Lang Preakness executive Charles John "Chick" Lang, 83, the longtime head of Baltimore's Pimlico Race Course who helped make the Preakness a must-watch for sports fans around the country, died Thursday of natural causes in a medical facility...
  • Authorities Search for Missing Sex Predator

    SAN DIEGO - Authorities are searching the South Bay for a convicted child sex predator who came to San Diego and disappeared. Charles Thomas once lived in Chula Vista, and authorities believe he may still have ties there. When Thomas was released from...
  • San Diego Authorities Search for Convicted Child Molester

    SAN DIEGO -- The Sheriff's Department and U.S. Marshal's office are searching for a convicted child molester they believe is in the area. Charles Thomas, 67, was released from prison in January but has yet to register as a sex offender. He had served...
  • As impeachment trial begins ... he's live, from New York

    Taking his media blitz national Monday in New York, hundreds of miles from the start of his impeachment proceedings in Springfield, embattled Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich continued to portray himself as Jimmy Stewart in "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington," an...
  • When a Family Matter Turns Into a Business

    When a Family Matter Turns Into a Business
    Helen Jones sits in a wheelchair, surrounded by strangers who control her life. She is not allowed to answer the telephone. Her mail is screened. She cannot spend her own money. A child of the Depression, Jones, 87, worked hard for decades, driving...