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  • Glenview, Northbrook police blotter: Feb. 11

    Glenview, Northbrook police blotter: Feb. 11
    The following items were taken from police reports: Glenview •A 24-year-old Glenview man was arrested on the 600 block of Garden Court on Feb. 6 and charged with driving with a suspended license and possession of drug paraphernalia. •A 20-...
  • Chicago aldermen pass anti-puppy mill ordinance 49-1

    Chicago aldermen pass anti-puppy mill ordinance 49-1
    Jerry, an American bulldog mix, arrived at Chicago's Anti-Cruelty Society on Wednesday about the same time aldermen adopted a measure that will tilt the options for pet buyers in the city toward homeless animals like him. Beginning next March, Chicago...
  • Meet the Commenters: 'johnnyruss'

     
    Part of an occasional series. If you'd like to participate, the instructions are here. Commenter ID: johnnyruss Real name: John Russell Gender: Male Age: 48, though moving like a 70 year old after an ATV accident at end of June......
  • Willie Louis dies at 76; witness to 1955 murder of Emmett Till

    Willie Louis dies at 76; witness to 1955 murder of Emmett Till
    Willie Louis, a witness to the murder of Emmett Till who testified in court in the case that opened the nation's eyes to the dangerous discrimination facing African Americans in the 1950s, died of intestinal bleeding July 18 at a hospital in a Chicago...
  • Mother's quest to find treatment for son highlights mental health system's limitations

    Mother's quest to find treatment for son highlights mental health system's limitations
    When Chris Marciano was 4 years old, he would have a blistering tantrum whenever music came on the radio. By the second grade, his teacher described him as "not with us." At age 11, he was kicked out of school. "The pediatrician said he was just...
  • “Chicago Fire” puts its title city at center stage

     
    We think it’s safe to say that Chicago is officially back on the film and television map. The city’s always been an attractive place to shoot — rich in history and architecture, and possessing an abundance of patina. But until the tax...
  • Cops: Chicago firefighter shot after appearing to point gun at officers

    Cops: Chicago firefighter shot after appearing to point gun at officers
    An off-duty Chicago firefighter was shot by police this afternoon after he jumped out of a car and appeared to point a weapon at officers in a store parking lot in the Mount Greenwood neighborhood, authorities said. The firefighter was in a shooting...
  • 3 charged in shooting of 4-year-old girl

    3 charged in shooting of 4-year-old girl
    Three teenagers have been charged with attempted murder in the shooting of a 4-year-old girl as she rode her scooter near her grandmother's home early this week, authorities said. Laquan Waters, 18, Tyrese Pearson, 17, and Roosevelt Stevens, 15, have...
  • 2 dead, 1 hurt after head-on crash on Far South Side

    2 dead, 1 hurt after head-on crash on Far South Side
    A head-on crash killed the drivers of two cars early this morning in the Mount Greenwood neighborhood on the Far Southwest Side, authorities said. The crash occurred about 2:20 a.m. in the 3400 block of West 115th Street, Chicago Police Department...
  • "The most vulnerable times of their lives": Medical reporting, experts, and patients

    "The most vulnerable times of their lives": Medical reporting, experts, and patients
    Like most people who go into journalism, I have an insatiable curiosity about our world. The desire to learn how things work is especially satisfying when it comes to health and science reporting. What a responsibility it is to have some of the nation&...
  • Part 2: History, grown locally

    Part 2: History, grown locally
    Historical societies perform a balancing act between preserving a community's past while connecting the threads to the current social fabric. This is the second in our two-part series on historical societies in Chicago and the suburbs. Ridge...
  • David 'Honeyboy' Edwards dies at 96; Chicago bluesman

    David 'Honeyboy' Edwards dies at 96; Chicago bluesman
    David "Honeyboy" Edwards, the son of a sharecropper, the grandson of a slave and — for an extraordinary 80-plus years — the voice of the Delta blues, died Monday at his home in Chicago, said his longtime manager, Michael Frank. He was 96 and...