| Oct 20, 2011
| 9:01 PM
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...
| Jan 27, 2012
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...
| Apr 13, 2012
| 8:19 AM
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...
| Apr 8, 2009
Sister of O.J. Simpson
Carmelita Durio, O.J. Simpson's sister, who collapsed in a Las Vegas courtroom when he was convicted of robbery and kidnapping last October, died Monday in a Sacramento hospital. She was believed to be in her early...
| Feb 4, 2010
Dick McGuire, a basketball Hall of Famer and longtime member of the New York Knicks organization, died Wednesday of natural causes at Huntington Hospital in Long Island, the team announced. He was 84.
McGuire, who was still working as the team's senior...
| Apr 6, 2010
| 4:34 PM
The biography "Raymond Carver: A Writer's Life" by Carol Sklenicka, released in 2009, took more than 10 years to research. To get to know the master of the modern American short story, who died at age 50 in 1988, Sklenicka......
| Feb 13, 2008
| 10:53 AM
When it comes to winter getaways, many of us think warm: Cabo, Jamaica, Miami. These are the literal hot spots, where bone-chilling winter blahs melt like so many snowflakes into sandy beaches, tropical drinks and balmy sunsets. But a quick jaunt to Cabo,...
| Oct 5, 2006
It's 9:20 on a weekday morning, and 20 people awaiting their liquid wake-up call are lined up from the cash register all the way to the door inside the Starbucks at 444 N. Michigan Ave. Statistically, at least one of them may be a thief. Or maybe not.
| Jul 23, 2008
IN 19th CENTURY EUROPE, when modern science bumped aside the Christian God as the primary artistic foundation for meaning and moral value, artists lost a subject that had preoccupied them for hundreds of years. "Show me an angel and I'll paint one," the...
| Jul 10, 2008
MILWAUKEE — In a cubicle at Marquette University, a professor of dentistry and a former prosecutor are trying to use computer science to shore up a beleaguered forensic discipline.
But as the two men try to lay the groundwork to provide a...
| Aug 21, 2008
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Cheryl Parker anchors FOX-59 News at 10. A graduate of Marquette University, Cheryl joined FOX59 News in 1994 after stints with television stations in Lansing, Michigan, Grand...