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  • What everyone should know about the child survivor of a family tragedy

    What everyone should know about the child survivor of a family tragedy
    When 3-year-old Joseph Wallace was hanged by his mentally ill mother in April 1993, months after the courts removed him from the loving foster parents who begged to keep him, the case became a catalyst for Illinois to overhaul its troubled child welfare...
  • Lack of jobs leave many teachers wondering about future

    Lack of jobs leave many teachers wondering about future
    Four years ago, Peter Robertson thought he was leaving the uncertainty of a freelance writing career for the stability of teaching. He'd always wanted his own classroom, and the 52-year-old was pretty sure he'd get hired — schools were eager for...
  • Mayor's mission is to mend Harvey

    Last year, Eric Kellogg's city of Harvey recorded more murders, sexual assaults and burglaries than any other south suburb. At least five gangs plied drugs along his streets. And more robberies occurred there than in many places with twice the population....
  • Mr. Basketball of Illinois 1992 | Glenbrook North's Chris Collins: Hard-working star tops Collinsville's Keene

    Chris Collins adjusts the weighted vest snugly around his 6-foot-3-inch, 175-pound frame and heads for the front door of his family's Northbrook home. Collins is about to go through a series of agility drills, including skipping rope. He already has...