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  • Terrance McGarry dies at 72; reporter, editor at UPI and L.A. Times

    Terrance McGarry dies at 72; reporter, editor at UPI and L.A. Times
    Terrance W. McGarry, a former Los Angeles Times Valley edition reporter and assistant city editor whose previous work for United Press International included coverage of the assassination of President Kennedy, died Tuesday of a rare brain disease at his...
  • Ravens' Byrne to be honored by Marquette University

    Ravens' Byrne to be honored by Marquette University
    Kevin Byrne, the Ravens' senior vice president for public and community relations, will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award from Marquette University’s athletics department and the Marquette University Alumni Association on April 27. He earned a...
  • Tribune watchdog investigations spur changes

    Tribune watchdog investigations spur changes
    Campus sex assaults A 14-month examination into the handling of sexual assault cases on Midwestern campuses prompted two federal investigations and sweeping changes to how universities and prosecutors respond to reports. In November, the U.S. Department...
  • WGN Radio's Steve Bertrand named Communicator of the Year by alma mater Marquette University

    WGN Radio's Steve Bertrand named Communicator of the Year by alma mater Marquette University
    WGN Radio morning news anchor Steve Bertrand has been selected to receive the Communicator of the Year Award from the J. William and Mary Diederich College of Communication at Marquette University. The award recognizes exceptional professional achievement...
  • Dr. William Lamers Jr. dies at 80; championed modern hospice care

    "I'm not sick; I'm only dying," a friend told Dr. William Lamers Jr. The man had inoperable cancer and wanted to go home to die, but his doctor wouldn't let him out of the hospital. It was the early 1970s, when most people with incurable illnesses died...
  • Bel Air Pediatric Dentistry opens in Harford County

    Bel Air Pediatric Dentistry recently opened an office in Bel Air to provide comprehensive dental care for infants, children and adolescents. Husband and wife doctors Kapil and Vidhima "Sheena" Davar, who specialize in pediatric dentistry, and the staff...
  • iPod turns 10: Has convenience and portability made music more disposable?

    iPod turns 10: Has convenience and portability made music more disposable?
    A cultural shift that eventually became a landslide began 10 years ago this month, though almost no one noticed at the time. Apple Inc. rolled out a portable MP3 player it dubbed the iPod, and after a promising opening quarter in 2002, sales dropped...
  • Marquette response to sex assault charges is under federal investigation

    Marquette University is under federal investigation for its response to sexual assault allegations levied against several athletes last school year, the U.S. Department of Education confirmed Thursday. The inquiry will examine whether the Milwaukee...
  • U.S. Education Department investigates Marquette's response to sex assault allegations against athletes

    U.S. Education Department investigates Marquette's response to sex assault allegations against athletes
    Marquette University is under federal investigation for its response to sexual assault allegations levied against several athletes last school year, the U.S. Department of Education confirmed Thursday. The inquiry will examine whether the Milwaukee...
  • Young Chicago students hit the campaign trail

    Young Chicago students hit the campaign trail
    Chicago-area students headed to Wisconsin Friday, to learn firsthand about politics. Sixty young people from 20 schools are taking part in Mikva Challenge’s "Elections in Action" program. They were selected by their teachers to spend two days in...
  • The University of Chicagoland — at Missouri

    The University of Chicagoland — at Missouri
    — Take a walk around Lathrop Hall at the University of Missouri, and it won't take long before you meet someone from the Chicago area. There are the roommates from Barrington and Cary, and, two doors down, freshmen from Lemont and Mount Prospect....