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  • Iselle hits Hawaii: Heavy rain damages homes; roads blocked

    Iselle hits Hawaii: Heavy rain damages homes; roads blocked
    Tropical Storm Iselle buffeted Hawaii’s Big Island and Maui early Friday, bringing heavy rains, strong winds, downed trees and power outages and sending many tourists packing home as the state braced for a second storm on Sunday that is expected...
  • Glenview's first Mariano's prepares to open in October

    Glenview's first Mariano's prepares to open in October
    Glenview's first Mariano's is preparing to open in October and is now hiring nearly 500 workers. The 75,200-squared-foot grocery store is being built at the northeast corner of Golf and Waukegan roads as part of a larger development that also includes a...
  • Bulletin Board

    Saturday Clothing drive for back to school, 9 a.m.-noon, St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 188 S. Swinton Ave., Delray Beach. Families in need can fill shopping bags with clothing sizes infants to teens for a $5 contribution per bag. Proceeds benefit the All...
  • Scene: Women's scholarship benefit heats up Wave

    Signature "Hesstinis" at Cosmopolitan's rooftop Wave Nightclub put guests in a spirited frame of mind at the Hot in the City scholarship fundraiser July 22 hosted by Women's Business Council. Merit scholarships are awarded to graduating high school...
  • Mayor at center of Dakota oil boom is optimistic about troubles

    Mayor at center of Dakota oil boom is optimistic about troubles
    As new mayor of one of the nation's fastest-growing small cities, Howard Klug must steer Williston, N.D., through traffic woes, high rents and an increase in crime. The oil boom in the Williston Basin has brought with it thousands of people from out of...
  • Flying with someone? You may have to pay extra to sit together

    Flying with someone? You may have to pay extra to sit together
    When David Masunaga flew on United Airlines from Honolulu to Paris recently, a passenger traveling with his young son asked if he wouldn't mind switching seats. As is often the case these days, the father and child couldn't get seat assignments together,...
  • Breaking socioeconomic codes at computer camp

    Breaking socioeconomic codes at computer camp
    It was Luis Garcia's turn to say his name — loud and clear before the class. But the 17-year-old stood frozen, delaying his team's presentation. "We won't judge you," a classmate shouted. "You can do it!" said another. After a summer of hard...
  • Debate over web-connected cars, driver privacy headed to Maryland

    Debate over web-connected cars, driver privacy headed to Maryland
    About one in five cars on American roadways connects to outside parties via cellular telephone networks, transmitting data on drivers' speeding and braking habits, their location, and their vehicle's health and performance. By 2025, AAA predicts, all...
  • No resolution for 'wrong turn' Marine who entered Mexico with guns

    No resolution for 'wrong turn' Marine who entered Mexico with guns
    TIJUANA -- Andrew Tahmooressi, the former Marine who has been charged with violating Mexican gun laws, arrived at a federal courthouse here Monday morning in a dramatic, and slightly ironic, motorcade of armored vehicles, blaring sirens and black-clad men...
  • $2,000 worth of power tools stolen in Des Plaines

    $2,000 worth of power tools stolen in Des Plaines
    The following items were taken from Des Plaines police reports. A 2-door 1996 Chevy Impala was stolen from a driveway on the 300 block of Potter Rd. Aug. 3. A decorative chrome rim valued at $250 was stolen from a car parked on a driveway on the 600...
  • Michelle Barnes: My own infection is proof that someone can easily carry Ebola into U.S. / VIDEO

    I left Uganda on New Year's Eve 2007 after a two-week adventure vacation, passing through London, then Iowa, on my way home to Colorado. I had no idea I was traveling the world while infected with a deadly virus. The symptoms began enroute a headache, a...