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  • Blotter: iPod, wallet stolen from vehicle in Tinley Park

    Blotter: iPod, wallet stolen from vehicle in Tinley Park
    The following were taken from Tinley police reports. The back window was smashed on a vehicle parked on the 17700 block of Ridgeland Avenue on Nov. 27. An iPod and a wallet containing identification and a FOID card was stolen from an unlocked...
  • Apple's $1-billion antitrust suit goes to trial this week

    After an almost decade-long legal battle in federal court, Apple is facing a jury in Oakland on Tuesday that will decide whether the Cupertino, Calif.-based company violated antitrust laws when it blocked music downloaded from competitors' software from...
  • 4 charged after iPod sale deal turns into robbery

    Four people have been charged with conspiracy to commit robbery resulting in bodily injury and robbery resulting in bodily injury after a man told police he was robbed after making arrangements on social media to sell an iPod. Jovana Bukarica, 23, of...
  • 2015 Volkswagen Golf perfects its swing

    2015 Volkswagen Golf perfects its swing
    Forty years ago, the VW Golf arrived on our shores. Tagged as “Rabbit” from 1975 to 1984, the spunky little hatchback proved a worthy successor to the beloved Beetle.  The seventh-generation version continues those winning ways. Bigger,...
  • Five members of Utah family likely died of poisoning

    Five members of Utah family likely died of poisoning
    Police believe two parents and three children found dead inside their Utah home weeks ago likely died of poisoning, local media reported on Wednesday. Benjamin and Kristi Strack were in bed, with children ages 11 through 14 lying around them, tucked...
  • South Florida man named top chauffeur of the year

    The next time you hire a private car to take you to the airport or to a South Florida restaurant, you may just be hitching a ride with the nation's top driver. Syed Islam, 40, has been named the 2014 Limousine and Sedan Chauffeur of the Year by the...
  • FAMU drummer endured hazing to earn bus 'privileges'

    FAMU drummer endured hazing to earn bus 'privileges'
    Lissette Sanchez, a graduate of Oak Ridge High School in Orlando, said she allowed Florida A&M University band members beat her to earn privileges on the Marching 100's percussion bus. Sanchez, 21, testified this morning at the Orange County...
  • Seth Rogen to Play Apple Co-Founder Wozniak in Steve Jobs Biopic

    Seth Rogen has been set to star as Steve Wozniak opposite Christian Bale in Sony's Steve Jobs biopic, sources confirm. Variety reported on Oct. 15 that Bale was in talks to star in "Jobs," Sony's biopic about the late Apple co-founder. Writer Aaron...
  • Thakoon reflects on 10 years in fashion

    Thakoon reflects  on 10 years in fashion
    In just a decade, Thai-American designer Thakoon Panichgul has accomplished a lot. He launched and sustained his own namesake luxury clothing label, Thakoon, as well as the contemporary-priced Thakoon Addition collection, which is sold in 180 stores...
  • Interscope's post-Iovine era: CEO John Janick looks ahead

    Interscope's post-Iovine era: CEO John Janick looks ahead
    On the roof deck of his Santa Monica office, Interscope Records' Chairman and Chief Executive John Janick took a break between meetings late on a Friday afternoon. The 36-year-old, dressed in an unassuming gray T-shirt, was just three months into his...
  • Kidnapping case offered lessons

    Kidnapping case offered lessons
    Heather Harris' commentary, "Media message unfair to missing child" (Nov. 20), misreads the message sent by the police and the media in the recent case of the abducted Baltimore County girl. She suggests that the "noise" created leads people to think that...