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  • By Chicago Tribune   -   Jun 19, 2018

    CPS STUDENTS DENIED SPECIAL EDUCATION SERVICES AMID 'CYCLE OF CHAOS,' PARENTS SAY

    Students with special needs in Chicago scored a major victory last month when the state Board of Education ordered dramatic changes...

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  • By Chicago Tribune   -   Jun 19, 2018

    TV JOURNALIST ELIZABETH BRACKETT'S DEATH RULED AN ACCIDENT: MEDICAL EXAMINER

    Veteran television journalist Elizabeth Brackett's death was an accident, the Cook County medical examiner's office ruled Tuesday....

  • By Chicago Tribune   -   Jun 19, 2018

    GROUP OF METHODISTS SIGNS LETTER CHARGING SESSIONS WITH ‘CHILD ABUSE,' ‘IMMORALITY' AND ‘RACIAL DISCRIMINATION'

    Former Plainfield resident Margo Gislain is among 600 Methodists - clergy and otherwise - who signed a church complaint saying Attorney...

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  • By Chicago Tribune   -   Jun 19, 2018

    EX-TANNING SALON OWNER GIVEN 13 YEARS IN PRISON FOR SEX ASSAULT OF EX-EMPLOYEE

    A former tanning salon owner was sentenced Tuesday to 13 years in prison for sexually assaulting a onetime employee in 2009. Cook County...

  • By Chicago Tribune   -   Jun 19, 2018

    MATTESON POLICE SEEK DRIVER IN FATAL HIT-AND-RUN INVOLVING INDIANA MAN

    Matteson police are seeking the public's help in investigating a fatal hit-and-run accident in which an Indiana man was struck and...

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  • By Chicago Tribune   -   Jun 19, 2018

    FAMILY QUESTIONS ACTIONS OF PARAMEDICS WHO COVERED TEEN WITH SHEET WHILE TENDING OTHER GUNSHOT VICTIMS

    It's a question troubling the family of 17-year-old Erin Carey: Would he have survived a shot to the head if he got prompt medical...

  • By Chicago Tribune   -   Jun 19, 2018

    MCHENRY HIGH FOOTBALL COACH, DEAN IS ON LEAVE AFTER DOMESTIC BATTERY CHARGE

    A McHenry High School dean and football coach has been charged with misdemeanor domestic battery after he was accused of striking a...

  • By Chicago Tribune   -   Jun 19, 2018

    COLD BREW ON TAP? REIMAGINED DUNKIN' DONUTS COMING TO CHICAGO SUBURBS

    Dunkin' Donuts plans to open a “next generation” store in Morton Grove later this year where doughnuts will be displayed in cases much...

  • By Chicago Tribune   -   Jun 19, 2018

    TV JOURNALIST ELIZABETH BRACKETT'S DEATH RULED AN ACCIDENT: MEDICAL EXAMINER

    Veteran television journalist Elizabeth Brackett's death was an accident, the Cook County medical examiner's office ruled Tuesday....

  • By Chicago Tribune   -   Jun 19, 2018

    TEEN KILLED AT WEST SIDE PARTY HAD JUST GRADUATED FROM EVANSTON HIGH SCHOOL

    The 17-year-old boy who died after being shot in the head at a party on Chicago's Near West Side Monday had just graduated from Evanston...

  • By Chicago Tribune   -   Jun 19, 2018

    ELGIN POLICE CHARGE 12 IN CONNECTION WITH DRUG, WEAPONS TRAFFICKING PROBE

    A dozen people from Elgin, Naperville, Carpentersville and elsewhere have been arrested on drug and weapons charges stemming from an...

  • By Chicago Tribune   -   Jun 19, 2018

    THIRD FORMER WHEATON COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER PLEADS GUILTY TO MISDEMEANOR BATTERY IN HAZING INCIDENT

    The third of five former Wheaton College football players charged in a campus hazing incident pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor battery...

  • By Chicago Tribune   -   Jun 19, 2018

    EX-CALUMET TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE'S SON SENTENCED IN PUBLIC CORRUPTION CASE

    The son of a former Calumet Township trustee received no additional jail time for his role in his mother's federal public corruption...

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  • By Chicago Tribune   -   Jun 19, 2018

    JUDICIAL BOARD SEEKS TO REMOVE CONVICTED JUDGE WHO REFUSES TO STEP DOWN

    Four months after her conviction on mortgage fraud charges, Cook County Judge Jessica Arong O'Brien could lose her job after a state...

  • By Chicago Tribune   -   Jun 19, 2018

    JUDGE ORDERS DEFENSE MOTION TO TOSS INDICTMENT OF THREE CHICAGO COPS FILED UNDER SEAL

    Lawyers for three Chicago cops facing charges of covering up the circumstances of the police shooting of Laquan McDonald filed paperwork...

  • By Chicago Tribune   -   Jun 19, 2018

    POLICE ASK FOR HELP LOCATING 24-YEAR-OLD DARIEN MAN

    Darien police are looking for a 24-year-old man who was last seen by his family June 11. Peter Konhilas is 5-feet-9 and weighs about...

  • By Chicago Tribune   -   Jun 19, 2018

    WINGING IT: HERE ARE DRAFT POSSIBILITIES FOR THE BULLS AT NO. 22

    Nikola Mirotic giveth and the former Bull taketh away. Mirotic, traded to the Pelicans in January, was as responsible as anyone for...

  • By Chicago Tribune   -   Jun 19, 2018

    MAN KILLED IN PORTER COUNTY CRASH

    A 63-year-old rural Washington Township man died after he suffered what Porter County Coroner Chuck Harris called a “cardiac event”...

  • By Chicago Tribune   -   Jun 19, 2018

    IN KELVIN HERRERA, NATIONALS MAY HAVE ADDED THE FINAL PIECE OF A TRUE POSTSEASON BULLPEN

    One mark of an excellent baseball general manager is that he consistently surprises you by fixing the leaks in his boat with sheet...

  • By Chicago Tribune   -   Jun 19, 2018

    DOZENS OF BABY GULLS PUSHED TO THEIR DEATHS IN SOUTH LOOP WERE ATTACKED BY OTHER GULLS - NOT HUMANS: WILDLIFE OFFICIAL

    Wildlife officials say some 70 baby seagulls found on a sidewalk in the South Loop were attacked and, in most cases, dropped to their...