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  • James Beard Awards: Chicago tourism officials commit to raising $2M

     James Beard Awards: Chicago tourism officials commit to raising $2M
    Chicago tourism officials have committed to raise nearly $2 million in sponsorships for the James Beard Foundation Awards, a pledge that helped lure the event, considered the Oscars of American dining, to Chicago in 2015 from New York. In an...
  • Ex-DePaul tennis player, Northwestern coach charged with stalking

    Ex-DePaul tennis player, Northwestern coach charged with stalking
    An Australian tennis coach with ties to Northwestern and DePaul universities stalked his ex-girlfriend in Chicago, threatened her life and said he'd post nude pictures of her online, prosecutors alleged Saturday. Mark Terry Henderson, 32, is accused...
  • Couches, soothing music mark revamped TSA checkpoint at O'Hare

    Couches, soothing music mark revamped TSA checkpoint at O'Hare
    The TSA bench, a ubiquitous piece of metal airport furniture designed to make sitting intolerable for any longer than it takes to tie your shoes, is gone from one security checkpoint in the United Airlines terminal at O'Hare International Airport. In...
  • Summer Hello, and Goodbye

    Summer Hello, and Goodbye
    Saying hello to summer, the time for adventures and relaxation, also involves goodbyes. I was at O'Hare airport talking about visual possibilities with a PR person from United Airlines, when I noticed this embrace. As we continued talking, I made a few...
  • 1 weekend down, 1 to go on Kennedy

    1 weekend down, 1 to go on Kennedy
    It took a community to raze a bridge over the Kennedy Expressway this past weekend without the sky falling. And state transportation officials said it required a bridge demolition crew that shifted into overdrive to not only lop off one weekend from a...
  • CTA: Train door problems on the decline

    CTA: Train door problems on the decline
    You know how the saying goes. When one door closes wrong ... there could be significant delays on a CTA train. Brown Line and Blue Line riders recently have experienced door problems during morning rush hour that have led to delays. The Blue Line...
  • CDC: MERS patients in U.S. did not spread infection to close contacts

    CDC: MERS patients in U.S. did not spread infection to close contacts
    Neither of the two U.S. cases of MERS has spread the often fatal infection to family members or to U.S. healthcare workers who treated them in Indiana and Florida, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said on Tuesday. The first U.S. patient...
  • Police: Utah brothers arrested after drunken scuffle at O'Hare

    Police: Utah brothers arrested after drunken scuffle at O'Hare
    Two brothers from Utah were arrested after one of them made "lewd and offensive" remarks to the flight crew aboard a plane at O'Hare International Airport, sparking a drunken fracas that continued after police arrived. Randy F. Lindsey, 48, of Salt Lake...
  • Park Ridge moves to change ethics complaint process

    Park Ridge moves to change ethics complaint process
    Future ethics complaints against Park Ridge officials will have to say what laws or rules are believed to have been violated, and aldermen will get the final say on whether complaints will be investigated, under proposed changes to the city's ethics...
  • 3 teachers finalists for Golden Apple

    3 teachers finalists for Golden Apple
    Three local teachers are finalists for the 2014 Golden Apple award, which honors outstanding educators in Illinois. Kim Dyer, of South Middle School in Arlington Heights; Jacquelyn Negus, of Quest Academy in Palatine; and Alessandra Kennedy, of Thomas...
  • Local Voices: May 8 edition

    Local Voices: May 8 edition
    Letters to the editor for the May 8 TribLocal print edition from Palatine, Niles, Park Ridge and Kenilworth. Flee Illinois There's a new commercial on TV promoting Illinois tourism that shows an animated Abraham Lincoln doll enthusiastically jumping...
  • CDC: Man who traveled through Chicago to Indiana is first U.S. case of MERS

    CDC: Man who traveled through Chicago to Indiana is first U.S. case of MERS
    The first U.S. case of a respiratory virus that has caused deadly outbreaks in the Middle East is a man who traveled through O'Hare International Airport on his way to Indiana, but officials said the man was in good condition and the risk of others...