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  • Football | Former Bear Glen Kozlowski new coach at Guerin

    Football | Former Bear Glen Kozlowski new coach at Guerin
    Glen Kozlowski thought long and hard about getting out of football after the excitable former Bears receiver's coaching contract wasn't renewed by North Chicago following the 2013 season. "There are other things out there, right?" Kozlowski said last...
  • 'Buyer & Cellar,' starring Michael Urie, to play Chicago

    'Buyer & Cellar,' starring Michael Urie, to play Chicago
    The Off-Broadway comedy "Buyer & Cellar," starring Michael Urie, is headed to Chicago. The limited engagement begins Apr. 29 at Broadway in Chicago's Broadway Playhouse and plays through June 8.  "Buyer & Cellar" is a critically acclaimed solo piece...
  • Cops: Man shot, killed after bank robbery linked to double murder

    Cops: Man shot, killed after bank robbery linked to double murder
    Evanston police announced today they believe the man police shot and killed this week after a downtown bank robbery also is responsible for murdering two Evanston brothers in the basement of their tobacco shop this July. Authorities said Kevin Ross, 29,...
  • Doors to treatment opening for poor people struggling with mental illnesses

     Doors to treatment opening for poor people struggling with mental illnesses
    Five years ago, Joseph Hale didn't care whether he lived or died. He was unemployed, hooked on drugs and deeply depressed. Help came after Hale swallowed a bottle of pills and landed in South Shore Hospital. There, an outreach worker persuaded him to...
  • Bank robbery suspect fatally shot by Evanston police

    Bank robbery suspect fatally shot by Evanston police
    Evanston police announced today they believe the man police shot and killed this week after a downtown bank robbery also is responsible for murdering two Evanston brothers in the basement of their tobacco shop this July. Authorities said Kevin Ross, 29,...
  • Orland Park police blotter: Jan. 7

    Orland Park police blotter: Jan. 7
    The following items were taken from police reports: A 22-year-old woman was charged with violating a local shoplifting ordinance after stealing sweat pants retailing for $46.40 from the Pink Store on the 15100 block of LaGrange Road on Dec. 5. A 20-...
  • Chicago judge: Sherlock Holmes no longer covered by copyright

    Chicago judge: Sherlock Holmes no longer covered by copyright
    A federal judge has ruled that Sherlock Holmes and his sidekick, Dr. John H. Watson, are no longer protected by copyright, and that all elements of the famous sleuth's stories created by the late Sir Arthur Conan Doyle before 1923 are now in the public...
  • Man in Forest Park crash died of natural causes

    Man in Forest Park crash died of natural causes
    A Bellwood man who died Friday morning following a crash in Forest Park died of natural causes, the Cook County medical examiner's office determined today. Carter Thompson, 63, was declared dead at 3:26 a.m. at Loyola University Medical Center,...
  • Flu season, one that could hit the young, rearing its sniffly head

     Flu season, one that could hit the young, rearing its sniffly head
    Reports of flulike illness in Chicago are slowly rising this month, public health officials said Monday, at a time of season that the virus typically begins to take hold. All that, plus signs that more young people than usual could fall ill this season,...
  • U. of I. tracking attempts to influence admissions

     U. of I. tracking attempts to influence admissions
    When a University of Illinois transfer applicant last month was denied acceptance, she called the admissions office to ask about submitting an appeal. Her godmother, who stated that she was a Cook County Circuit Court judge, was yelling in the background....
  • Brian Urlacher performs in the Goodman Theatre's 'A Christmas Carol'

    Brian Urlacher performs in the Goodman Theatre's 'A Christmas Carol'
    Actors are used to hearing "break a leg!" before a performance, but those words strike terror in the heart of a professional football player. "Don't say that! People keep saying that to me!" retired Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher joked Friday...