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  • Rain at last -- but more heat's on way

    Rain at last -- but more heat's on way
    Chicagoland hadn't had much rain so far in June, but that changed Saturday, especially if you live in the southern part of the region. It was bad enough in Kankakee County that the local office of the National Weather Service issued a flood warning after...
  • NU gets tough first-round game in NCAA soccer

    NU gets tough first-round game in NCAA soccer
    The Northwestern men's soccer team got a dubious reward for winning both the Big Ten regular-season and conference tournaments titles this season. The Wildcats drew a Thursday game at defending national champion Akron in the first round of the NCAA...
  • Barbra Streisand furnishes her design taste

    Barbra Streisand furnishes her design taste
    Barbra Streisand, a well-educated student of antiques and vintage decorative arts, has finally declared a major: "Eighteenth century American furniture and the design of the architects Greene and Greene are my special love," she says. Think of it as a...
  • 2,000 days in detention

    2,000 days in detention
    Baketa Marri, my client's 80-year-old mother, asked for only one thing when I told her I was coming from America to visit her family in Qatar: "Can you bring me a picture of my son? I want to see his face again." When I saw her last week, I had to deliver...
  • Man Who Murdered Pizza Deliever Sentenced to 81 Years

    (WGN-AM)- A 31-year old man who beat a widowed St. Charles mother of four to death with a hammer while she was delivering pizza was sentenced to 81 years in prison on Monday. Bradley Justice of Sandwich, Ill., showed no emotion when DuPage County Judge...
  • Upon further review

    When the University of Illinois rejected her son, Erin Reum called admissions officers in hopes of getting his application a second look. She thought maybe the Bradley-Bourbonnais Community High School senior could appeal the decision. She was wrong."...
  • Durbin to attend speech with vets

     
    by James Oliphant Continuing a tradition begun during the early phase of the Iraq War, Sen. Dick Durbin will attend President Obama's address to Congress with two veterans from his home state of Illinois. Sitting with Durbin will be Sgt.......
  • Frank Lloyd Wright building in Illinois to open for public tours

     
    When is a mansion more than just a mansion? Take a world-famous architect and throw in a juicy back story and you have what may turn out to be a bona-fide tourist attraction. The Chicago Tribune is reporting that a......
  • Resources for new vegetable gardeners

    Want to get started vegetable gardening but feel you need to know more? Here's where to turn. Web sites •"Watch Your Garden Grow" (urbanext.illinois.edu/veggies): The basics of vegetable gardening, from the University of Illinois Extension. Go to...
  • November 10-14, 2008

    Monday, November 10 The Exquisite City Through Dec. 12 Viaduct Theatre 3111 N. Western Ave. www.exquisitecity.com Text AROUND to 97999 for info Tuesday, November 11 Chicago Indoor Racing Buffalo Grove & Addison      www.chicagoindoorracing.com ...
  • Learn more

    Want to get started vegetable gardening but feel you need to know more? Here's where to turn. Web sites *"Watch Your Garden Grow" (urbanext.illinois.edu/veggies): The basics of vegetable gardening, from the University of Illinois Extension. Go to...