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Jesse White

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  • Boy, 16, fatally shot in Old Town was member of Jesse White Tumblers

    Boy, 16, fatally shot in Old Town was member of Jesse White Tumblers
    A 16-year-old boy who died in a shooting in Old Town was a member of the tumbling team coached by Secretary of State Jesse White, who remembered the teen Friday as a "highly respected and well-mannered young man." “We lost one of our tumblers to...
  • Charges filed in slaying of boy, 16, in Old Town

    Charges filed in slaying of boy, 16, in Old Town
    A 19-year-old man on parole on a gun conviction has been charged in the fatal shooting of a 16-year-old boy in Old Town on the Near North Side last week. Quinton Evans and another person rode up on bicycles and opened fire with semi-automatic weapons,...
  • Penalties for fake IDs are severe

    As students have returned to college campuses for a new school year, I want to take this opportunity to remind them of the detrimental ramifications that may result from using or possessing a fake driver’s license or identification card....
  • Prosecutors begin playing undercover recordings in state rep's trial

    Prosecutors begin playing undercover recordings in state rep's trial
    A month before the 2012 primary, state Rep. Derrick Smith was talking in his West Side political office with a trusted campaign worker about writing a letter of support for a day care in exchange for a $7,000 bribe, federal prosecutors allege. The...
  • Illinois lawmaker wants to outlaw wearing Google Glass while driving

    The future of distracted driving has arrived with the advent of Google Glass, but an Illinois lawmaker wants to outlaw wearing it behind the wheel before drivers start trying to get directions from images hanging directly in front of their eyes. While...
  • House, Senate to knock off early for softball game

    House, Senate to knock off early for softball game
    SPRINGFIELD --- With less than two weeks left until adjournment, the question of making permanent an income tax increase hanging in the balance and a possible $4 billion budget gap still up in the air, lawmakers will knock off early today to play...
  • Former Rutherford employee adds Romney campaign to lawsuit

    Former Rutherford employee adds Romney campaign to lawsuit
    A former state employee who’s suing Treasurer Dan Rutherford for political wrongdoing and sexual harassment added Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign to the case Thursday. The Romney addition came as Edmund Michalowski refiled his lawsuit...
  • Shooting near Bud Billiken Parade: 'I am tired of this'

    Shooting near Bud Billiken Parade: 'I am tired of this'
    Thousands of people turned out for the annual Bud Billiken Parade Saturday, a day to celebrate the start-up of school with dancers, marching bands, political floats and outdoor grilling. Only this year -- for the first time that anyone could remember in...
  • DUI plea deals sidestep mandatory license loss

    DUI plea deals sidestep mandatory license loss
    Illinois' tough-sounding DUI statutes make one thing clear: Those arrested for drunken driving are almost guaranteed to lose their licenses for a time. But in suburbs across the Chicago area, a Tribune analysis found a special plea deal is regularly cut...
  • Commercial actors no longer with us

    Commercial actors no longer with us
    Marilyn Monroe, Grace Kelly, Audrey Hepburn and Edith Fore.  One of these names doesn't fit in the same category with the others. All were actresses. All are no longer with us. Fore's name might not be nearly as recognizable or iconic as the others,...
  • Quinn hits Rauner on class warfare theme at state fair

    Quinn hits Rauner on class warfare theme at state fair
    SPRINGFIELD — Gov. Pat Quinn struck a class warfare theme Wednesday during a plea to Democratic Party faithful to turn out a big vote this fall to defeat Republicans with pockets as deep as “King Midas.” The re-election seeking Quinn...