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John Keilman

John Keilman is a general assignment reporter for the Chicago Tribune, based in the suburbs. He writes about sports, education, health, drug abuse and many other subjects. Before joining the Tribune in 2001, he worked as a reporter in Virginia, Maryland and Ohio. Tips about strange occurrences, public outrages and inspiring people always welcome.
With opioid epidemic raging, calls grow for cheaper access to heroin overdose-reversing drug

When the American Medical Assn. annual meeting convenes in Chicago on Sunday, the group could push for government intervention to lower the price of the heroin overdose-reversing drug naloxone.

Dorothy Rodham dies at 92; mother of Hillary Clinton

Dorothy Rodham's compassion, humor and toughness as a stay-at-home mother in the 1950s profoundly influenced her daughter.

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