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  • Spicy tuna roll 'scrape' linked to salmonella

    Spicy tuna roll 'scrape' linked to salmonella
    A California fish processor has voluntarily recalled 58,828 pounds of a frozen raw yellowfin tuna product because of its association with a "multi-state outbreak of Salmonella Bareilly," according to a Food and Drug Administration announcement Friday...
  • Cargill Expands Ground Turkey Recall, No Illnesses Linked

    Cargill Expands Ground Turkey Recall, No Illnesses Linked
    LOS ANGELES ( KTLA ) -- Minnesota-based Cargill Inc. has expanded a recall of ground turkey after more batches tested positive for Salmonella. Cargill issued a voluntary recall of over 185,000 pounds of ground turkey Sunday after a test sample at an...
  • Feds indict 2 over tainted Crestwood well

    Feds indict 2 over tainted Crestwood well
    Unwilling to fix leaky water mains in Crestwood, a south suburb known for its penny-pinching ways, village leaders secretly supplemented their supplies for more than two decades with a community well they knew was contaminated with cancer-causing...
  • Children with disabilities die on care facility's watch

    Children with disabilities die on care facility's watch
    A 4-year-old boy with severe developmental disabilities died in his nursing facility when he had difficulty breathing and no one heard the alarm on his monitor. Three weeks later, a 4-year-old girldied at the home in an almost identical way. When state...
  • Center where kids died gets monitor

    Center where kids  died gets monitor
    In a rare move, Gov. Pat Quinn on Tuesday ordered a health monitor be placed at a troubled Chicago facility caring for children with severe developmental disabilities. The governor also instructed his senior health policy adviser to immediately draft...
  • Illinois high school softball: Practice makes for improvement as Plainfield Central, Nagle shut out Minooka

     
    Plainfield Central softball coach Anne Campbell wanted to send a message to her players last week following a lackluster 4-1 loss to Plainfield South. So …...
  • Developer gets extension to finalize Hubble sale

     
    The company buying the former Hubble Middle School property will get a little extra time to fulfill its purchasing agreement with Wheaton Warrenville School District …...
  • Illinois high school baseball: Highland Park hangs on against New Trier

     
    Jake Rubin would have traded the pitching victory and the three-run double that made it possible for a clean seventh inning. Either way, Rubin and …...
  • Forum to learn how to cut telephone costs scheduled in Wilmette

     
    The Citizens Utility Board will be hosting six clinics to help people save money on their telephone bills, including one at the Wilmette Public Library. …...
  • Boys' basketball: Crespi signs up for tourney in Illinois

     
    The Encino Crespi basketball team has signed up for a post-Christmas excursion to the Chicago area, where the Celts will play in the Proviso West tournament from Dec. 26-31. Proviso West is located in Hillside, Ill., about 15 miles west......
  • D135 board impressed with superintendent finalists

     
    On paper, it appears that the five finalists for the Orland School District 135 superintendent's job made a strong first impression. The Illinois Association of …...