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  • IMSA working to raise $650K to build innovation hub

    IMSA working to raise $650K to build innovation hub
    Over the last year, Britta McKenna and students at the Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy have done a lot of research to help shape the design of a new innovation hub slated to open for the start of the 2016-17 school year. Last week, the...
  • Pay for presidential property

    Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s decision to attempt to shift public park property for a private Obama library should be another reason to vote for someone else for mayor of Chicago. If President Barack Obama, Emanuel, the University of Chicago and others...
  • Girl, 15, pleads guilty to murder in sister's stabbing in Mundelein

    Girl, 15, pleads guilty to murder in sister's stabbing in Mundelein
    By pleading guilty Tuesday to the murder of her 11-year-old sister, a Mundelein teenager will be allowed to remain in the juvenile system with "intensive mental health services" — a deal that would not have been an option under Illinois law had...
  • Mr. Tsarnaev, meet Mr. Leopold and Mr. Loeb

    Mr. Tsarnaev, meet Mr. Leopold and Mr. Loeb
    Cathleen O'Connell, the PBS documentarian, cut right to the core with her first question about the Leopold and Loeb case from 1924: "Why among all brutal murders was this one called 'crime of the century'?" O'Connell had a point when you consider 20th...
  • U. of C. nurses expected to authorize a strike

    U. of C. nurses expected to authorize a strike
    University of Chicago Medicine nurses are expected to approve a strike vote Thursday, a bargaining chip in their union's effort to reinvigorate contract negotiations. But the South Side medical center has countered by releasing a video in which the chief...
  • Week 7: Jason Lynch, Saucon Valley (wrestling)

    Week 7: Jason Lynch, Saucon Valley (wrestling)
    Saucon Valley's Jason Lynch hasn't lost since finishing fifth at 170 pounds at the prestigious Beast of the East Classic in December, although he did not wrestle in the Bethlehem Holiday Classic the following week. Last year he won 41 matches on his way...
  • Chicago mayoral candidates use the 'L' to promote their platforms

    Chicago mayoral candidates use the 'L' to promote their platforms
    For the last few weeks, Chicago mayoral candidates have been putting the "L" in "election." With varying degrees of frequency, the five mayoral candidates are turning up at train stations to shake the hands of potential voters ahead of the Feb. 24...
  • Boyfriend of murder suspect reaches plea deal in infant's death

    The boyfriend of a woman who is charged with murder in her infant’s death has pleaded guilty to a lesser offense in exchange for his testimony against her. Melvin Vincent McNair II, 29, admitted in court Monday that he failed to get medical care...
  • Municipal Elections 2015: Millennials not at polls

    Municipal Elections 2015: Millennials not at polls
    Young voters proved they have power at the polls when they helped usher President Obama into office, but in Chicago they haven't flexed their voting muscle too much in local elections to pick a mayor or the aldermen who have the authority to do everything...
  • Emanuel to unveil ordinance transferring parkland for Obama library

    Emanuel to unveil ordinance transferring parkland for Obama library
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel on Wednesday will introduce an ordinance to transfer at least 20 acres of public parkland to the city if President Barack Obama decides to build his library and museum in either Washington Park or Jackson Park on the South Side,...
  • Workers pick up greater share of health care costs, survey finds

    Workers pick up greater share of health care costs, survey finds
    Health care costs might be rising less sharply than they were a few years ago, but employers continue to make employees take on more of the burden, and that's likely to continue, a new survey shows. Plans with high deductibles are becoming the norm, and...