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  • Girls' team reinstated, coach barred over unofficial jerseys

    A girls' high school basketball team barred for wearing unofficial jerseys will play in the Los Angeles city championship after all — but without its coach. The Los Angeles Times reported Tuesday (http://lat.ms/1ENxerh ) that Narbonne High's coach,...
  • Skokie resident wins $100,000 in state lottery

    Skokie resident wins $100,000 in state lottery
    It may not be enough money to live financially worry-free for the rest of your life, but winning $100,000 makes life a whole lot easier. Skokie resident Said Jusic knows that now after he won the six-figure prize in the Lucky Day Lotto Quick Pick...
  • Narbonne girls' basketball reinstated, coach barred over pink on jerseys

    Narbonne girls' basketball reinstated, coach barred over pink on jerseys
    Narbonne High girls' basketball team thought it was doing a nice thing, wearing uniforms with pink letters and pink numbers to acknowledge breast cancer awareness. Instead, their good deed got them punished — and nearly disqualified. The team...
  • Ohio Dems call for state exchange as court hears challenge

    Democratic lawmakers in Ohio want the state to consider creating its own health insurance exchange as the U.S. Supreme Court hears a challenge to President Barack Obama's health care law. People can find health coverage through the exchanges, or...
  • Process has begun to change City Section uniform rule

    In the wake of Narbonne's girls' basketball team briefly being removed from the playoffs for wearing uniforms with pink letters and pink numbers in violation of a City Section rule that requires schools to wear uniforms only with their school colors, El...
  • Ease the pain of health care costs in retirement

    When you draw up a retirement spending budget, you're likely to account for utilities, car insurance and lawn care. But have you given the cost of health care a hard look, or are the numbers too scary to contemplate? Once you get real about those...
  • The stigma of lung cancer

    The stigma of lung cancer
    My mother has lung cancer. She never smoked. I recall the moment I heard the news. I was at work, and I immediately left my office in tears and aimlessly wandered nearby neighborhoods, unable to make sense of this new reality or my own complex range...
  • Pitt senior Phillips-Nwankwo eyeing different path

    It would have been easy to bail. Nobody would have blamed him. Way too much work. Way too little reward. Way too much else going on in Aron Phillips-Nwankwo's life. Only he couldn't. What would his mother have said? When the rest of his family asked if...
  • Tena Stivicic's '3 Winters' wins Blackburn Prize

    Tena Stivicic was still buzzing a day after winning the oldest and most prestigious playwriting prize for women with her sweeping play about four generations of women growing up in Croatia after World War II. The London-based author of "3 Winters," which...
  • Girls' basketball: Narbonne is removed from playoffs for illegal uniforms

    Harbor City Narbonne has been removed from the City Section Open Division girls' basketball playoffs and forced to forfeit its semifinal win over View Park in a decision by City Section Commissioner John Aguirre after the team wore illegal uniforms in its...
  • Nebraska's same-sex marriage ban struck down; appeal pending

    Nebraska's same-sex marriage ban struck down; appeal pending
    A federal judge on Monday blocked Nebraska's voter-approved ban on same-sex marriage, though the ruling will not take effect immediately. In his ruling issuing a preliminary injunction in the case, U.S. District Court Judge Joseph Bataillon said it's...