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  • 2012-13 UIC, Loyola, NIU basketball rosters, schedules

    2012-13 UIC, Loyola, NIU basketball rosters, schedules
    Basketball rosters and 2012-13 schedules for Illinois-Chicago, Loyola and Northern Illinois:  ILLINOIS-CHICAGO FLAMES PLAYER/CL/HT/WT/HOMETOWN Austin Angel/Fr./6-4/190/Wilmette Kelsey Barlow*/Sr. /6-5/200/Indianapolis Daniel Barnes/Sr. /6-2/168/Oak...
  • Official: Woman dies after plunging into canal between Evanston, Skokie

    Official: Woman dies after plunging into canal between Evanston, Skokie
    A 24-year-old woman died this morning after apparently jumping into the North Shore Channel near Main Street on the border between Evanston and Skokie, according to the Evanston Fire Department. Emergency crews from both Evanston and Skokie were...
  • Vehicle hits, kills 84-year-old Skokie man

    Vehicle hits, kills 84-year-old Skokie man
    An 84-year-old man died today after being struck by a vehicle while walking across a north suburban Skokie street this afternoon near his home, authorities said. The victim, identified by the Cook County medical examiner’s office as Leon Goldberg,...
  • $75K bond for Skokie parolee arrested again for posing as lawyer

    $75K bond for Skokie parolee arrested again for posing as lawyer
    A Skokie man on parole for posing as a lawyer has struck again, police said. Tahir Malik, 49, of the 7800 block of Niles Center Road, was charged late Friday with impersonating a lawyer, a felony, police said. Malik is accused of telling a 65-year-old...
  • The real stories behind 'No Place on Earth'

    The real stories behind 'No Place on Earth'
    For 511 days, they hid underground in Ukrainian caves while fellow Jews were being executed by machine gun up above. The odds that they would survive the Holocaust were slight, for they were dependent entirely upon themselves for finding scarce food...
  • Prosecutor testifies against public defender charged with assaulting him

    Prosecutor testifies against public defender charged with assaulting him
    Cook County Assistant Public Defender Henry Hams found himself in an unlikely position today as his own criminal trial started. He’s charged with assaulting an assistant Cook County state’s attorney two years ago at the Criminal Courts...
  • Public defender testifies he felt threatened by prosecutor

    Public defender testifies he felt threatened by prosecutor
    Two sharply divergent stories emerged in court today during the trial of a Cook County public defender charged with assaulting an assistant state’s attorney two years ago in a Chicago courthouse. Both sides essentially agree that the two lawyers...
  • Public defender not guilty of assaulting prosecutor

    Public defender not guilty of assaulting prosecutor
    A jury today found a Cook County public defender not guilty of assaulting an assistant state’s attorney two years ago in a Chicago courthouse after a hearing in a case in which they were opposing attorneys. The trial was held at the Skokie...
  • Possible cougar sighting in Winnetka

    Possible cougar sighting in Winnetka
    A cougar may have been sighted near the Skokie River in Winnetka,following similar reports earlier this summer on the North Shore, police say. The animal was spotted at 8:30 p.m. Monday in the 1300 block of Willow Road, near the village’s public...
  • Skokie woman gives judge letter about crash that killed boy, 9

    Skokie woman gives judge letter about crash that killed boy, 9
    Hanin Goma, the Skokie woman charged with driving under the influence of drugs in a May accident that killed a 9-year-old boy, appeared in court today and handed a judge a letter expressing her feelings about the crash. The letter was not read aloud...
  • Screening "Skokie: Invaded but not conquered"

    Screening "Skokie: Invaded but not conquered"
    The story of Skokie and the way it rallied a community, a region and a state to stand up to the racism of neo-Nazism is told once again in a new documentary that takes a fresh look at old wounds. Last week, the film, “Skokie: Invaded But Not...