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  • U. of C. nurses to strike April 30

    U. of C. nurses to strike April 30
    National Nurses United said Friday it has called for a one-day strike April 30 against University of Chicago Medicine. Jan Rodolfo, the union's Midwest director, said no significant movement has been made on sticking issues. The strike notice was...
  • Bill would make Catholic hospitals tell patients about options elsewhere

     Bill would make Catholic hospitals tell patients about options elsewhere
    A measure before Illinois lawmakers would require Roman Catholic hospitals to tell patients they can go elsewhere for birth control, certain medical procedures and other health care choices that violate church teachings. The proposal would amend the...
  • Marco Rubio on 'Face the Nation'

    Marco Rubio on 'Face the Nation'
    UPDATED: The Sunday morning guest list: Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., a presidential candidate, talks to CBS' "Face the Nation" at 10:30 a.m. on WKMG-Channel 6. Other guests are Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., and former Gov. Martin O'Malley, D-Md., a possible...
  • Me, My Shelf and I: Irma Sless-Kitain

    Me, My Shelf and I: Irma Sless-Kitain
    Irma Sless-Kitain's book collection reflects her experience in publishing and time spent abroad (two years in Bangkok, eight in Japan). And an abiding love of comics. And cats. Her shelf of pocket-size editions from Japanese publisher Kodansha...
  • Recommended Chicago-area classical music concerts

    Recommended Chicago-area classical music concerts
    Access Contemporary Music: The group's yearlong "Composer Alive: Poland Project" culminates in the premiere of Polish composer Agnieszka Stulginska's "Dance With My Breath," along with works by Marta Ptaszynska and other contemporary Polish composers. 7...
  • For Gary mayor, vacant buildings full of promise

    For Gary mayor, vacant buildings full of promise
    Gary Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson knows precisely how many buildings are vacant in her city: 6,902, or about 21 percent. She knows how many buildings are "blighted" and in visible need of repair. That's 12,394, or 37 percent. She can show you exactly...
  • Obama library event will unite U. of C., UIC bid supporters, sources say

     Obama library event will unite U. of C., UIC bid supporters, sources say
    With President Barack Obama expected within weeks to pick the site of his presidential library and museum, the two local finalists are planning a unity breakfast designed to bring West Side and South Side supporters together in a common goal —...
  • New Lenox fundraiser supports fight against brain tumors

    New Lenox fundraiser supports fight against brain tumors
    An Irish-themed fundraiser to support the fight against brain tumors is set for 11 a.m. Saturday at Charleston's Bar & Grill, 2101 Calistoga Drive, New Lenox. The 8th Annual Irish Fest & Soda Bread Contest supports the pediatric brain and spinal cord...
  • Two Englewood cops help save grandfather with CPR

    Two Englewood cops help save grandfather with CPR
    Officers Pedro Diaz and George Romero don't usually work as partners on their afternoon shifts in the Englewood police district, but on Monday the two were teamed up. After dealing with a disturbance at a nail salon, they received a call about 4:45 p.m....
  • Police: Officers save man's life in West Englewood

    Police: Officers save man's life in West Englewood
    Two Chicago police officers saved the life of a 67-year-old man in the West Englewood neighborhood Monday afternoon, police said. Around 4:45 p.m., the officers, who work afternoons covering the Englewood police district, responded to an emergency...
  • Charlie Hebdo writer vows to work on despite death threats

     Charlie Hebdo writer vows to work on despite death threats
    Zineb El Rhazoui was vacationing in her native Morocco on Jan. 7 when two gunmen allied with an Islamist militant group burst into her Paris workplace, the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, and killed 12 people while injuring others. The...