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  • Football | 2013 schedule

    WEEK 1 Friday. Aug. 30 Nonconference Ag. Science 22, Roosevelt 0 Buffalo Grove 28, Leyden 14 Douglass 12, Bronzeville 8 Dunbar at Bogan, at Gately DuSable at Aurora Christian, 7 Dyett at Marine, 4:15 at Rockne Evergreen Park 2, Little Village 0 (forfeit)...
  • Billionaire Sean Parker calls Big Sur wedding flap 'agonizing'

    Billionaire Sean Parker calls Big Sur wedding flap 'agonizing'
    MENLO PARK, Calif. — In their first joint interview since their multimillion-dollar Big Sur wedding drew controversy and a $2.5-million Coastal Commission fine, billionaire Napster founder Sean Parker and his newlywed wife, Alexandra Lenas, said...
  • It's Freebie Friday! Make a play for Super Bowl freebies

    It's Freebie Friday! Make a play for Super Bowl freebies
    Happy Freebie Friday! It's a countdown to the big game and we have a super lineup of free stuff to celebrate Super Bowl Sunday. Make a play for free pizza, Cheerios, free museum visits. Like Doreen's Deals on Facebook; follow Doreen Christensen on...
  • $29 no-contract 4G Samsung Galaxy, Nokia phones from Metro PCS

    $29 no-contract 4G Samsung Galaxy, Nokia phones from Metro PCS
    Metro PCS is having a $29 sale on no-contract 4G phones from Samsung, Nokia and LG. Bag $29 Samsung Galaxy Exhibit (normally $129) or a Nokia Lumia 521 running Windows 8 (normally $100) and get unlimited talk and text for as little as $25 a month....
  • Matters of real importance: Gifts, seating

    "That's the best present anyone's ever gotten,'' Broward Commissioner Lois Wexler said this morning as the outgoing mayor, Kristin Jacobs, reveled in the set of knives and the personalized chef's coat she was given by incoming Mayor Barbara Sharief....
  • Fort Lauderdale trains for 'active shooter'

    Fort Lauderdale trains for 'active shooter'
    City of Fort Lauderdale employees are being trained this week by two police detectives in how to handle an active shooter. It's a first for the city, city spokesman Chaz Adams said. "With the rise in active shooter incidents across the country,'' said...
  • Clint Dempsey reportedly close to deal with Seattle Sounders

    Clint Dempsey reportedly close to deal with Seattle Sounders
    Clint Dempsey may be coming back to Major League Soccer. Or not. In the last 24 hours rumors have been flying that the U.S. national team captain could soon leave Tottenham Hotspur for the Seattle Sounders, who could welcome him to the team as early...
  • Palm Tran Connection complaints fail to oust operator

    Palm Tran Connection complaints fail to oust operator
    Palm Beach County commissioners Tuesday balked at another push to get rid of the busing company running the county’s troubled public transportation service for the elderly and disabled. Instead commissioners opted to stick with Metro Mobility at...
  • Palm Tran leadership change planned

    Palm Tran leadership change planned
    A Palm Tran leadership shakeup is underway in the wake of troubles with the county’s busing service for the disabled and elderly. Charles Cohen will no longer oversee both Palm Tran, the county’s fixed-route bus service, and Palm Tran...
  • Sighting: The Rolling Stones do Chicago

    Sighting: The Rolling Stones do Chicago
    The Rolling Stones wrapped up the last of their three shows at the United Center last week and are preparing for two shows this week in Boston, where it's a safe bet that the band members will try the local cuisine and kiss up to the crowd by lending...
  • Red Line forum attracts businesses hungry for opportunity

    Red Line forum attracts businesses hungry for opportunity
    For a construction industry starved for work during recent lean years, the prospect of getting a slice of the $2.6 billion Red Line light rail project was like a dinner bell. Nearly 400 people, from contractors and investment bankers to engineering firms...