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The Hartford CourantAbout 3,000 people gathered at Western Connecticut State University Wednesday night to honor those lost, support each other and begin to recover from last Friday's school shooting in Newtown. Tears rolled down the faces of the young and the old, those...
Americans, for the most part, aren't terribly hungry today for the foods and flavors of sub-Saharan Africa. Be patient. Josh Schonwald is convinced there will be an appetite for it — by 2035 at the very latest. Curious Chicagoans game to taste a...
Tribune reporterCharges have been upgraded to murder for a man already in custody after police said he beat an 86-year-old man with a baseball bat so badly the man died in September. Donald Henry, 56, was charged Thursday morning with murder, according to Chicago...
Tags: Evanston, Chicago Police Department, Murder
For RedEyeAs a gay kid growing up in a small town in Iowa, Adam Guerino spent a lot of time writing. "I think writing romance was the closest thing I had to having one," he said. "And that was my outlet." That habit served him well when his first invitation to do...
The Hartford CourantGeorge Hochsprung, 70, the husband of the principal who was gunned down at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown Dec. 14, has retired from his job as a math teacher at Rogers Park Middle School. The Danbury Board of Education officially accepted...
Tribune reporterChief Cook County Medical Examiner Stephen J. Cina said this afternoon that the body of lottery winner Urooj Khan, exhumed as part of a homicide investigation, was in an advanced state of decomposition but pathologists were able to take samples for...
Janice Patterson remembers calling her mother to announce she was engaged. There wasn't much excitement on the other end of the line. "She said, 'Well, I'll tell your father. It's your life,' Janice recalls. "Then she said, 'I have to get off the...
Luis Barcenas still recalls the terror of being kidnapped at gunpoint while driving a truck on a Mexican highway 14 years ago, a traumatic two days that compelled him to move his family to Chicago in search of a better life. But after years of...
A man who was convicted of using a maul hammer to kill his wife, sister-in-law and mother-in-law in their West Rogers Park home because he felt disrespected was sentenced to a life prison term, prosecutors said. Daryoush Ebrahimi, 61, was sentenced...
A Somali cabdriver accused of killing a neighbor and injuring five others by setting his building ablaze in 2010 was acquitted of murder and arson charges Thursday. Mahad Ali Hassan, 29, was found not guilty by reason of insanity Thursday and a court...
Tags: Prosecution, Murder, Witnesses
Clout StreetThe Illinois Senate left the State Capitol later today without voting on measures to legalize gay marriage and outlaw assault weapons, leaving the fate of those controversial issues in doubt. A committee advanced the same-sex marriage bill late this...
For RedEyeHalf-submerged Buddha head sculptures started popping up in five Chicago neighborhoods in the fall, and in 2013, the next phrase of the public art installation is set to turn even more communities on its head. Ten Thousand Ripples—a...
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