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  • Chris Agrella, Chicago newspaperman, dead at 93

    Chris Agrella was a longtime reporter and editor for three Chicago newspapers, including the Chicago Tribune, and was best known among his colleagues for his skillful work as a rewrite man, crafting copy phoned in by colleagues out in the field while on...
  • Express-Times publisher to retire

    Lou Stancampiano, president and publisher of The Express-Times, will retire in March, the newspaper reported on its website Tuesday. Stancampiano, 62, for the last two years has led Lehigh Valley Media Group, which operates the Easton newspaper and...
  • Australian paper mocked for calling 'The Thorn Birds' author plain, overweight in obituary

    Australian paper mocked for calling 'The Thorn Birds' author plain, overweight in obituary
    Australia's largest newspaper was facing sharp criticism over its obituary of the nation's most famous author, whom it described as plain and overweight. The Australian newspaper's obituary of Colleen McCullough, whose novel "The Thorn Birds" sold 30...
  • Reader feedback Feb. 19: Delivery, digital edition comics

    Snow delivery • Marilyn, Williamsburg: I'm so spoiled because it never occurred to me that I wouldn't have my paper Tuesday morning! I don't know how she does it, but Christine Lindsay never fails to deliver, no matter how bad the circumstances....
  • James Mullins, 94, championed equality and peace in Florida and beyond

    As a jukebox operator in Miami during the '50s, '60s and '70s, James "Jim" Mullins worked mostly in impoverished, racially segregated areas such as Liberty City. Struck by what he saw there, he joined the Greater Miami chapter of the American Civil...
  • Autopsy shows New York Times writer David Carr died of lung cancer

    Autopsy shows New York Times writer David Carr died of lung cancer
    New York Times media columnist David Carr died of complications from metastatic lung cancer, according to autopsy results released Saturday. Julie Bolcer, a spokeswoman for the New York City medical examiner's office, said the autopsy shows heart...
  • Autopsy shows New York Times writer David Carr died of lung cancer

    Autopsy shows New York Times writer David Carr died of lung cancer
    New York Times media columnist David Carr died of complications from metastatic lung cancer, according to autopsy results released Saturday. Julie Bolcer, a spokeswoman for the New York City medical examiner's office, said the autopsy shows heart disease...
  • USA Today's front-page child-porn collector busted in Leesburg in 2013

    USA Today's front-page child-porn collector busted in Leesburg in 2013
    By the time he was arrested in 2013, John Edward Shearen had amassed roughly 1 million obscene images at his Lake County apartment, records say. As a result, Shearen of Leesburg, was labeled one of Florida's most prolific child-porn downloaders. His...
  • Speak out: Reader thanks crews who cleared snow from Elgin streets

    Editor's Note: Speak Out is a reader-generated column of opinions. If you see something you disagree with or think is incorrect, please tell us! Call us at (312) 222-2460 or email beaconnews@tribpub.com. Please include "speak out" in the subject line....
  • Champ & Chump: George Gabel and Angela Corey

    Champ & Chump: George Gabel and Angela Corey
    Champ George Gabel: A Jacksonville lawyer, he recently was named winner of the 2014 Pete Weitzel/Friend of the First Amendment Award, an honor from the First Amendment Foundation for someone who has furthered the cause of open government in Florida....
  • Within NBC, staff manages hurt feelings as debate over firing rages

    Within NBC, staff manages hurt feelings as debate over firing rages
    Senior NBC officials seriously considered firing anchor Brian Williams because he lied to his viewers about riding in a military helicopter hit by a rocket-propelled grenade during the Iraq war, according to a top network official. The ultimate decision...