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  • Heavy D dies at 44; singer who shaped rap music

    Heavy D dies at 44; singer who shaped rap music
    Rapper and actor Heavy D, who played an influential role in shaping rap music in the late '80s and early '90s with a fusion of New Jack Swing and reggae, has died. He was 44. Heavy D, who was born Dwight Arrington Myers, died Tuesday in the...
  • Death penalty for Joshua Komisarjevsky?

    Death penalty for Joshua Komisarjevsky?
    Joshua Komisarjevsky has been convicted of murder and now faces the sentencing phase of his trial. He could get life in prison or the death penalty. Does he deserve death for his role in the murderers of Jennifer Hawke-Petit and her daughters, Hayley...
  • Steve Jobs Refused Surgery That Could Have Saved Him

    Steve Jobs Refused Surgery That Could Have Saved Him
    LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- Apple Inc co-founder Steve Jobs refused potentially life-saving cancer surgery for nine months, shrugging off protests from his family and opting instead for alternative medicine, according to the tech visionary's biographer. When...
  • CPS leadership announced

    Veterans of the charter school movement and the turnaround model of school reform are among the people Mayor-elect Rahm Emanuel has selected to help lead Chicago Public Schools under new CEO Jean-Claude Brizard. Emanuel said his appointments were made on...
  • Setting up possible union fight, Emanuel picks new team to helm CPS

    Setting up possible union fight, Emanuel picks new team to helm CPS
    Mayor-elect Rahm Emanuel pushed ahead with his pledge to reshape Chicago Public Schools on Monday, introducing an executive team led by a reformer from Rochester, N.Y., who has been unafraid to mix it up with teachers unions and parents. Jean-Claude...
  • Burton S. Sperber dies at 82; landscape company founder

    Burton S. Sperber dies at 82; landscape company founder
    He was the founder and chairman of the board of Calabasas-based ValleyCrest Landscape Cos., the nation's largest landscape services company, whose projects have included the gardens at the Getty Center and the rooftop community garden at Walt Disney...
  • PASSINGS: Michael Gough, Murray Warmath, James C. Tyree, Marty Marion, John Kronenberg

    Michael Gough Actor played butler in 'Batman' movies Michael Gough, 94, a British actor best known for playing Bruce Wayne's butler Alfred in a series of "Batman" movies, died Thursday at home in England, his former wife Anneke Wills said through her...
  • PASSINGS: Robert Galvin, Patricia Breslin Modell

    PASSINGS: Robert Galvin, Patricia Breslin Modell
    Robert Galvin Motorola chief transformed company Robert Galvin, 89, who over nearly three decades as Motorola's chief executive transformed the maker of police radios and TVs into one of the world's leading electronics companies, died in his sleep...
  • J. Terrence Lanni dies at 68; casino exec helped Las Vegas clean up its image

    J. Terrence Lanni dies at 68; casino exec helped Las Vegas clean up its image
    Reporting from Las Vegas -- J. Terrence Lanni, a casino executive who helped Las Vegas shed its mob-run image and earn Wall Street's respect, died late Thursday at his home in Pasadena. He was 68 and had cancer. Lanni served as an executive with...
  • PASSINGS: Kenny Guinn, Walter William Ralphs Jr.

    Kenny Guinn Former 2-term GOP governor of Nevada Kenny Guinn, 73, a former governor of Nevada, died Thursday after falling from the roof of his Las Vegas home while making repairs, police said. Guinn, a moderate Republican, was elected governor in 1998...
  • Robert Ingersoll dies at 96; ambassador to Japan, industrialist

    Robert Ingersoll dies at 96; ambassador to Japan, industrialist
    Robert S. Ingersoll, a Chicago industrialist who exchanged his business career for one as a diplomat, serving as U.S. ambassador to Japan and deputy secretary of State in the 1970s, has died. He was 96. Ingersoll died Sunday at a retirement home in...