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State finals At EastSide Centre, East Peoria Fri., June 13 East Moline 6, Andrew 0 Belleville East 1, Lake Zurich 0 Lake Park 2, York 1 Oak Park 4, Glenbard South 1 Sat., June 14 Belleville East 2, East Moline 0 Lake Park 6, Oak Park 3, 8 innings Third...
Seedings in parentheses STATE FINALS At Redbird Arena, Illinois State University, Normal Fri., Nov. 14 quarterfinals Maine South (35-3) d. New Trier 25-23, 25-21 Joliet Catholic d. Mother McAuley 25-19, 25-23 Belleville Althoff d. Normal 25-22, 25-19...
Los Angeles Times staff writersU.S. authorities overseas have interrogated a second suspect in the alleged Al Qaeda plot to detonate a radioactive bomb in America, officials said Tuesday, as investigators scrambled to determine if other accomplices are in the United States,...
State finals At EastSide Centre, East Peoria Fri., June 13 East Moline 6, Andrew 0 Belleville East 1, Lake Zurich 0 Game 3: Lake Park vs. York, 5 p.m. Game 4: Glenbard South vs. Oak Park, 5 p.m. Sat., June 14 Game 5: East Moline (31-8) vs. Belleville...
Chicago Tribune staff reporterA lawyer for Jose Padilla charged Tuesday that the Bush administration has illegally detained the suspected Al-Qaida saboteur, intensifying concern that the government might be riding roughshod over the Constitution and denying Padilla his rights. But...
Tags: National Security, Defense, Michael Mukasey, Trials, Laws
Nine-year-old Aaron Bamberger of Hyde Park and 12-year-old Jessica Lyons of the West Side both ran their hands along what is most likely the only cow in the world lighted by solar power. "They have a creative mind, whoever it is who did this," noted a...
Most everything I've heard and read about "Cows on Parade," the public art project that has taken over Chicago in the last week, has been bull. This doesn't mean, of course, that passersby have been any less taken with the life-size painted and sculpted...
By James JanegaAngelique Sallas, walking down Michigan Avenue on her way to work Thursday morning, stopped in her tracks in front of the Wrigley Building and stared in disbelief at the bovine vision before her. "What is it?" she asked. "It's a cow," said Barbara...
++++++++++++++++++++ || - New this year - Sidewalk cafes - Gardens of eatin' - Suburban options - Dog-friendly destinations - Our readers' favorites || ++++++++++++++++++++ The extensive Wacker Drive remodeling project has put a crimp in the...
If John LeCarre wrote spy novels for the head, Robert Ludlum aimed for the gut. Ludlum's plots may have been no less intricate than those of his British counterpart, but the recently deceased American author preferred to propel readers through his vast...
Tribune staff reportersIn classrooms, around kitchen tables and at bedsides, parents and teachers are reaching for age-appropriate explanations for the events commanding the nation's attention: War has begun, people will be hurt and even killed and, some fear, this war might...
Tags: Plastic Surgeons, Death, George W. Bush, Gaming, Entertainment
Washington BureauThe stock market took a record 684-point plunge Monday upon reopening for the first time since last week's terrorist attacks, even after the Federal Reserve and foreign central banks slashed interest rates to counter a rapidly unfolding recession and...
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