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Martin Luther King Day

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  • George Raveling to speak to the Clippers on Tuesday

    George Raveling to speak to the Clippers on Tuesday
    Clippers Coach Doc Rivers arranged for former USC basketball coach George Raveling to speak to his players the day after Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Raveling, who also coached at Washington State and Iowa and was a commentator for Fox Sports Net, was on...
  • Hundreds march against police brutality on MLK Day

    Hundreds march against police brutality on MLK Day
    Several hundred people marched Monday in Chicago to voice concern over police brutality and racial profiling in the U.S. The march, which followed a 4-mile route that wound from River North to the Chicago Board of Trade, was one of several that took place...
  • Fourteen shot during holiday weekend

    Fourteen shot during holiday weekend
    Two men who were shot in the head in West Baltimore during the weekend have died of their injuries, police said Monday. Three more shootings Monday — including one that left a woman in critical condition — brought the city's total during the...
  • Rauner order aims to improve minorities' opportunities

     Rauner order aims to improve minorities' opportunities
    Gov. Bruce Rauner marked Martin Luther King Jr. Day by signing an executive order requiring labor unions and companies that do business with the state to report on how many minorities and veterans participate in apprenticeship and training programs....
  • Capital Prep-Mercy Girls Basketball Game: 'A Great Environment'

    Capital Prep-Mercy Girls Basketball Game: 'A Great Environment'
    Despite the lopsided score, the Capital Prep-Mercy game on Monday at the University of Hartford was a rousing success, drawing almost 2,000 people to watch a girls basketball game. Capital Prep, No. 1 in The Courant's state rankings, beat No. 2 Mercy 88-...
  • Are Americans really dumb enough to worry about food containing DNA?

    A recent university survey found that 82% of Americans support the mandatory labeling of genetically engineered food. No big surprise there; a perennial argument by advocates for labeling is that most people want things that way. (Labeling initiatives...
  • McAuliffe: That horse could have outrun a lion

    McAuliffe: That horse could have outrun a lion
    Doctors drained a liter and a half of blood from one of Gov. Terry McAuliffe's lungs over the last few days, but don't worry, he plans to leave the hospital here Thursday. "I don't want to jinx it," McAuliffe said Wednesday evening. "I hope, guys, I'...
  • Oswego business owners create Random Acts of Candy

    Oswego business owners create Random Acts of Candy
    "Sometimes, you just don't know what people are doing out in the community," Ernie Bolen of Oswego said. As a way to find out and give back to their community in 2012, Pam and Ernie Bolen, owners of Mamie's Toffee & Treats in Oswego, began to surprise...
  • News this week has been a strange-go zone

    News this week has been a strange-go zone
    Improbably this week, Anne Hidalgo, the mayor of Paris, said she and her city intend to sue Fox News on the grounds that the famously opinionated cable news channel had claimed that certain areas of the City of Light were "no-go areas" for non-Muslims....
  • Family day turned to tragedy in Annapolis mansion fire

    Family day turned to tragedy in Annapolis mansion fire
    Sunday was a fun-filled day for the Boone and Pyle families. Lexi, Katie, Charlotte and Wes Boone spent the day with their doting grandparents, Don and Sandra Pyle. They went to Medieval Times in Hanover for dinner and a show of brightly dressed...
  • South Bend councilman says city should ax Columbus Day

    South Bend councilman says city should ax Columbus Day
    A proposal to replace Columbus Day with Indigenous Peoples Day is drawing more questions than support in South Bend. Common Council member Henry Davis Jr. has introduced a resolution declaring the second Monday in October Indigenous Peoples Day, or...