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  • Magazine gives Madison an A for education

    Magazine gives Madison an A for education
    Madison, Wis., has been declared the most educated American city in rankings compiled by Men's Health magazine. The Wisconsin capital, which the magazine described as the city "where the average household has more degrees than a thermometer," edged...
  • A look at famous brothers from Chicago

    A look at famous brothers from Chicago
    Long before anybody (besides their parents) was paying attention to Chicago's Emanuel brothers, the city could boast of lots of other siblings who made good — or, at least, made headlines. Chicago can claim brothers of wide-ranging accomplishments...
  • Artist List

    Artist List
    Last Name, First Name | City, State | Media Axium, Carole | Chicago, IL | Jewelry Barnish, Andrea | LaGrange, IL | Photography Bank, Carla | Barrington, IL | Acrylic Benes, Eugene | Homer Glen, IL | Wood Benson, Jeffrey L. | Orland Park, IL |...
  • 3 GOP candidates seek District 6 seat on county board

    3 GOP candidates seek District 6 seat on county board
    Three Republicans are on Tuesday's primary ballot for the chance to take on the Democratic incumbent in November for the District 6 seat on the DuPage County Board. The GOP candidates are Valerie Bruggeman of West Chicago, Kevin Wiley of...
  • Injured bald eagle to be released

    Injured bald eagle to be released
    An injured bald eagle that has been recovering at a Glen Ellyn wildlife center will be released back into the wild on Friday. The Willowbrook Wildlife Center has been caring for the bird since February, when it was found with a broken wing in an Oak...
  • Injured bald eagle returns to the wild

    Injured bald eagle returns to the wild
    After two months of rehabilitation in a DuPage County wildlife center, a bald eagle that was found shot in Oak Lawn is free again. And this time, without a broken wing. Caretakers from the Willowbrook Wildlife Center in Glen Ellyn brought the eagle to a...
  • UM supercomputer to boost complex research

    UM supercomputer to boost complex research
    Researchers at the University of Maryland, College Park need more than a laptop, a room of standard servers or even a supercomputer dubbed Deepthought to tackle research exploring Saturn's rings, the earliest galaxies, fire dynamics and drug-resistant...
  • State Fair to reopen Monday after tragic accident that left 5 dead

    State Fair to reopen Monday after tragic accident that left 5 dead
    Officials at the State Fairgrounds held a news conference Sunday at 10 a.m., updating the media on the stage collapse at the Sugarland concert Saturday night.   Governor Mitch Daniels addressed the media saying, "There was no way we could have foreseen...
  • Community holds memorial for victims of Indiana State Fair tragedy

    Community holds memorial for victims of Indiana State Fair tragedy
    Hundreds of people gathered Monday morning to honor the victims of Saturday night's tragedy at the Indiana State Fair.   Five individuals lost their lives, after strong storms caused the stage at the Indiana State Fair to collapse.  Several others who...
  • 2003 Class A girls state softball results

    State finals At EastSide Centre, East Peoria Fri., June 6 Braidwood Reed-Custer 8, Dakota 1 Stanford Olympia 1, Casey-Westfield 0 Piasa Southwestern 2, Norris City-Omaha-Enfield 1 Beardstown 2, Rock Island Alleman 1 Sat., June 7 Stanford Olympia 12,...
  • Wonder Bread returning to Chicago

    Wonder Bread returning to Chicago
    Wonder Bread will soon be back on store shelves in the Chicago area. Flowers Foods purchased Wonder and four other bread brands from the bankrupt Hostess Brands’ last year, along with 20 bakeries, for $360 million. Flowers Foods, which makes...