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Jim Ryan

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  • West suburban man dies of heat stroke

    West suburban man dies of heat stroke
    A Forest Park man died of heat stroke this week, the Cook County medical examiner’s office determined today. Jan Karbin, 67, was declared dead Wednesday at 6:01 p.m. at Loyola University Medical Center in Maywood, according to the medical...
  • Chesapeake Cancer Alliance Decorator Show House opens in September

    The Chesapeake Cancer Alliance is holding its regular Decorators' Show House at Rockfield Manor, 501 Churchville Rd., in Bel Air Sept. 7 -22. More than 20 local decorators and landscape designers have used their talents to restore Rockfield to a...
  • Jazz roaring ahead for the New Year

    Jazz roaring ahead for the New Year
    The New Year has just begun, but the jazz scene never settles down. Among the weekend's highlights: Rob Mazurek: The enterprising Chicago cornetist has produced remarkable work with his aptly named Exploding Star Orchestra, which conjures a...
  • The gentle art of trumpeter Bobby Lewis

    The gentle art of trumpeter Bobby Lewis
    Each January, the Jazz Showcase turns its spotlight toward Chicago artists, enabling the club to bypass costlier touring attractions at a time of year when audiences typically are small. That's a boon not only to the city's musicians but to listeners,...
  • Quinn, Kirk should raise a glass to good fortune

     
    Sen.-elect Mark Kirk bought a beer Wednesday evening for his vanquished opponent, state Treasurer Alexi Giannoulias. But before Kirk leaves for Washington, he should also be sure to send a case of the finest spirits to the man who gave......
  • What if...?

     
    I know, I know. Woulda, coulda, shoulda … But ask yourself: What if, back in early 2002, then-Mayor Richard Daley had shown a bit of loyalty, leadership and courage during the Democratic primary race for governor? He very well could......
  • Family of missing Burbank FBI agent launches own search

    Family of missing Burbank FBI agent launches own search
    The family of an FBI agent who disappeared from his Burbank home more than a month ago made an emotional plea on Wednesday for the public’s help in preventing the case from going cold. It was the second time the family of Special Agent Stephen...
  • Property owner is responsible for disposing whale remains

    Property owner is responsible for disposing whale remains
    Beachfront property owner Jim Ryan had a whale of a problem yesterday when a grey whale beached itself near his waterfront home in Bremerton. Ryan had an even bigger problem when he realized that - as property owner - disposing the whale's remains was...
  • Monday, August 29, 2011

    5 a.m. - 8:30 a.m.   Greg Jarrett 6:49 a.m.  Dave Kaplan joins Greg Jarrett to break down the Bears' exhibition loss to the Titans.  7:09 a.m.  Get to know Connie Laverty, the CEO of Northstar Lottery Group, a private company hired by Governor Quinn...
  • Choosing a paint color sounds simple, but it's not

    Choosing a paint color sounds simple, but it's not
    They have been together for 10 years and they speak in the shorthand of couples who have grown comfortable with each other over time. "There are just too many choices. When I get overwhelmed, I know I can call him," said Linda Forchheimer of Bel Air....
  • Prosecutor: Former Woodridge cop used charity as 'personal slush fund'

    Prosecutor: Former Woodridge cop used charity as 'personal slush fund'
    Ex-Woodridge police officer Scott Webb used charity proceeds as a “personal slush fund,” a DuPage County prosecutor said at a Thursday hearing where Webb’s bail was increased by $500,000. Judge Kathryn Creswell raised Webb’s...