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  • Blotter: Catalytic converters stolen in West Chicago

    Blotter: Catalytic converters stolen in West Chicago
    The following items were taken from West Chicago police reports: A 43-year-old from West Chicago was charged with aggravated assault and domestic trouble in the 1600 block of Appletree Lane around 10:44 a.m. on Nov. 16. A 51-year-old from...
  • 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...
  • Cops: Winter Springs rape victim captured teenage attackers on video

    Cops: Winter Springs rape victim captured teenage attackers on video
    Six teens — ranging in age from 16 to 18 — now face charges in the sex attack on a Winter Springs High School student last week, the city's Police Department said Wednesday. Police identified all six suspects, including 18-year-old...
  • Co-worker finds a pretender behind those blue eyes

    Co-worker finds a pretender behind those blue eyes
    L.A. Affairs is our weekly column about the current dating scene in and around Los Angeles -- and finding romance in a wired world. If you've got a story to tell, we want to hear it. We pay $300 per published column. Past columns and submission guidelines...
  • L.A. Auto Show: Land Rover rolls out Discovery Sport compact SUV

    L.A. Auto Show: Land Rover rolls out Discovery Sport compact SUV
    Land Rover has come to the Los Angeles Auto Show with a vehicle likely to do well here — a “versatile premium compact SUV” dubbed the Discovery Sport. Designed to be the first in a series of Discovery vehicles, the Sport seats seven...
  • Abner Mikva given nation's highest civilian honor

     Abner Mikva given nation's highest civilian honor
    President Barack Obama on Monday bestowed the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation's highest civilian honor, to 18 recipients including Meryl Streep, Stevie Wonder and Chicago's Abner Mikva. Mikva, 88, a former Democratic congressman and federal...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • More holiday wish lists go digital

    More holiday wish lists go digital
    Holly Riefke's two small children still write letters to Santa Claus. Or rather, they print their names on letters Riefke has written on their behalf, and together they drop them into a festive red Macy's mailbox designated for North Pole correspondence....