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  • Blotter: Man charged with residential burglary in La Grange

    Blotter: Man charged with residential burglary in La Grange
    The following items were collected from reports released by the La Grange Police Department. Chicago police arrested a 23-year-old suspect in a La Grange residential burglary Nov. 5. According to reports, Chicago police stopped the man based on...
  • New apps meet need for more privacy after over-sharing

    New apps meet need for more privacy after over-sharing
    Consumers concerned about over-sharing on public social networks are turning to private messaging apps to share texts, photos and videos with a limited group of people. Downloads of private social messaging apps increased 200 percent in 2013 over 2012,...
  • Apple iPad 32 GB for $149

    Apple iPad 32 GB for $149
    Here's an incredible deal: An unlocked Apple iPad 32 GB with Wi-Fi + 3G for $149 from DailySteals.com. Surf, shop and read on the 9.7-inch refurbished, first-generation, tablet can run iOS 5. It comes with a 90 day warranty so you can be confident in...
  • Questions mount on accident involving Attorney General Kathleen Kane

     Questions mount on accident involving Attorney General Kathleen Kane
    Following a report that state Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane's Oct. 21 car crash caused her to miss a grand jury testimony for the second time, a spokeswoman rejected the idea that Kane was using the crash to avoid anything. "That's bull crap,...
  • Apple iPhones and iPads vulnerable to fake app attack

    Apple iPhones and iPads vulnerable to fake app attack
    Cybersecurity researchers have discovered a bug in Apple’s iOS that enables hackers to install fake applications on the iPhone and the iPad and steal sensitive data. The malware replaces a legitimate application by tricking users into installing...
  • Apple iPod antitrust trial: Consumers say iTunes was monopoly

    It's been shuffling through the courts for a decade, a class-action suit that challenges Apple's iPod and iTunes grip on the digital song market. Now, it's time to face the music. In a federal court trial beginning Nov. 19 with jury selection, Apple will...
  • One day only: $100 off Apple iPad Mini

    One day only: $100 off Apple iPad Mini
    Say hello to big savings on the little iPad for one day only. Walmart is knocking $100 off the iPad Mini, selling a 16 GB white or space gray version for just $199 with free shipping or in-store pickup. The tiny tablet has a 7.9-inch LED-backlit...
  • L.A. school district reports more problems with student records

    L.A. school district reports more problems with student records
    The Los Angeles Unified School District suffered through another rough week with its new and malfunctioning student records system. Outages resulted in teachers not being able to use the system during portions of the workweek. One of these down...
  • Auriemma Keys In On Piano, Not Retirement

    Auriemma Keys In On Piano, Not Retirement
    STORRS — Geno Auriemma says it has been an obsession of his to learn to play the piano. He has an iPad app, he says, and likes to fool around with it in his office. The UConn women's basketball coach laughs when asked if his goal is to play the...
  • Four L.A. school board members likely to face reelection challenges

    Four L.A. school board members likely to face reelection challenges
    A majority of the Los Angeles Board of Education is up for reelection this spring, and all four are likely to face challengers based on the election filing period that closed Saturday. The four incumbents — Richard Vladovic, Tamar Galatzan,...
  • Robin Williams autopsy: Paranoia preceded actor's suicide

    In the days before Robin Williams hanged himself in his stepson's bedroom, the troubled actor became increasingly paranoid and had difficulty sleeping, according to a coroner's report. Williams would talk in his sleep, and the nightly disruptions got...