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  • Burbank 10-11 softball crushes way to state crown

    BANNING — From the beginning of the postseason, the dominance of the Burbank Little League 10-11 All-Stars was uncontested. Even though the softball squad faced three teams at two tournaments, the theme of dominance remained constant, including at...
  • The U.S. should stay out of Iraq [Commentary]

    President Barack Obama has illegally dispatched 300 military trainers or advisors to Iraq to support an illegal sectarian Shiite government headed by Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki. The United States Constitution prohibits the president from re-engaging...
  • SEIU vows to boost criticism of hospitals resisting partnership

    SEIU vows to boost criticism of hospitals resisting partnership
    Shortly after reaching a truce with much of the hospital industry last month, California's largest healthcare union vowed to step up its criticism of Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and two hospital chains that balked at the agreement. On an internal...
  • Among Michael Brown's neighbors, anger over a future lost

    Among Michael Brown's neighbors, anger over a future lost
    To understand Michael Brown and why his shooting has unleashed such anger here, go to the place where he lived and died. Canfield Green Apartments, a worn complex of brick buildings surrounded by trees and hills, has become a rallying point for...
  • After scrutiny, CHA cuts value of 'super vouchers'

    After scrutiny, CHA cuts value of 'super vouchers'
    Chicago Housing Authority voucher recipients will no longer receive enough assistance to place them in the city's most luxurious high-rise buildings under a new policy, the agency announced Sunday. The policy targets "super vouchers" that allow low-...
  • Chicago Park District day camp numbers up

    Chicago Park District day camp numbers up
    More kids attended Chicago Park District day camp this summer than in years past, the city reported today. There were 41,468 children ages six to 12 enrolled in the day camps in more than 230 parks across the city this summer, according to Mayor Rahm...
  • North Springs Little League Juniors wrap up season with trip to States

    North Springs Little League Juniors wrap up season with trip to States
    When Mike Hendrix fielded his All-Star baseball team earlier this summer, he had no idea just how far he could take his North Springs Little League Juniors. Hendrix and company did the local program proud and had a rather commendable showing in the...
  • North Springs Little League All-Stars compete at States

    North Springs Little League All-Stars compete at States
    North Springs Little League's All-Stars have made an impression once again in Sectional and State Tournament play in two different age groups. Both of the league's 9/10s and 11s won their respective Sectional Tournament titles, followed by earning a...
  • Princeton at College Park aims to be home to urban professionals

    Princeton at College Park aims to be home to urban professionals
    If the apartment complex called The Princeton at College Park gets approved by city leaders and completes construction, who is likely to live there? Neighborhood residents have wondered if the building be filled with families with children, adding...
  • Three years later, a troubled mother's story is no brighter

    Three years ago, Shanell Walton seemed poised to move forward. Her ex-con boyfriend had been hauled back to prison and her five children had returned home from foster care. But it didn't take long for Walton, 33, to begin spiraling down again. Now her...
  • Acid spill near U.S. Cellular Field doesn't interrupt game

    Acid spill near U.S. Cellular Field doesn't interrupt game
    Streets near U.S. Cellular Field were closed Wednesday afternoon, along with the CTA Red Line stop at 35th Street, as emergency crews worked to contain the leak of about 500 gallons of muriatic acid from a truck, officials said. A Level II hazardous...