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  • Bruce Rauner, 'business guy' or politician?

    Bruce Rauner, 'business guy' or politician?
    Bruce Rauner's voice boomed across the beer garden at Schooner's, a blue-collar Bloomington watering hole known for its king-size pork tenderloin sandwiches that could feed a family of four. "Look, I'm not a politician, I'm a business guy," declared...
  • Rainbow trout season opens for Lake County anglers

    Rainbow trout season opens for Lake County anglers
    Eager fishermen looking to snare their share of the more than 600 rainbow trout should be ready for Saturday's 6:30 a.m. start to the fall season in Wauconda's Lakewood Forest Preserve. If previous seasons are any indicator, natural resource manager Jim...
  • Newsmaker Q&A: Terry Murray, Phantoms head coach

    Newsmaker Q&A: Terry Murray, Phantoms head coach
    Terry Murray is in his third season as head coach of the Lehigh Valley Phantoms, an American Hockey League team that originated in Philadelphia but played the last five seasons in Glens Falls, N.Y. while awaiting the completion of the PPL Center in...
  • How single people can save on food expenses

     How single people can save on food expenses
    Single people, who now make up the majority of American adults, often have spending and saving concerns that differ from those of married folks. Eating and drinking expenses are among the big ones — buying a 5-gallon jar of pickles at the...
  • Lifetime Cancels 'The Lottery'

    The world of "The Lottery," Lifetime's scripted series set in a dystopian future that dealt with the threat of human extinction, has come to an end. Sources confirm that the cabler has pulled the plug on the project after one season. The 10-episode...
  • High School Roundup

    GIRLS' GOLF Newport Harbor 222, Fountain Valley 248 Grace Ferrell shot the low for the Sailors, one-under-par 35, in the Sunset League finale at Big Canyon Country Club Thursday. Teanna Herrera (45), Tehya Corona (46), Madison Fernandez (47) and Hannah...
  • The incredible, shrinking minimum wage

    To the editor: Neither Daniel Flaming nor Edward Leamer mention the obvious when it comes to increasing L.A.'s minimum wage: In 1968, California's minimum wage was $1.65 an hour, or about $286 monthly (if employment ran 12 months with no layoffs). My nice...
  • Exclusive: Nepal FA chiefs ask FIFA to investigate own president

    (Reuters) - Senior officials at Nepal's football association (ANFA) have asked FIFA's ethics chief Michael Garcia to launch an investigation into their own president Ganesh Thapa. The request, via an emailed letter seen by Reuters, comes after the...
  • Ebola fears, rational or irrational, could cause an economic fallout

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. Stephanie Kelton is supposed to fly to Dallas next week. She already has her plane ticket. But she's seriously thinking of driving instead. "I don't want to be irrational, but at the same time, I'm not entirely comfortable with the...
  • GMO labeling foes spend big on campaigns in Oregon, Colorado

    (Reuters) - Opponents of GMO food labeling proposals on the ballot next month in Oregon and Colorado have contributed roughly $20 million for campaigning against the proposed laws, nearly triple the money raised by supporters of the initiatives,...
  • Readers Recommend: Fine Italian dining in Edinburgh, Scotland

    During our recent three days in Edinburgh, Scotland, we discovered a huge Italian influence, including restaurants. Our favorite dinner was at Divino Enoteca, an upscale establishment in a somewhat obscure location on a lower-level street. The wine and...