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While Illinois officials remain mired in debate over all forms of gambling, WMS Industries is predicting that casinos will soon become ubiquitous — via your computer and cellphone, at least. The Waukegan-based slot machine maker last month received...
The USC Trojan Guild of Los Angeles welcomed Glendale resident Richard H. Dekmejian, professor of political science and director of the Institute of Armenian Studies at USC, as its guest speaker at the first fall meeting on Oct. 4 in the Davidson...
Employees of Keller Williams Realty offices in Burbank, Glendale and La Caņada Flintridge are enlisting in an effort to send donations to military personnel serving our country abroad. The public is asked to bring donations such as personal-care items...
The Hartford CourantIt wasn't anything like Joe Louis getting knocked out by Max Schmeling where Louis' supporters were literally crying in the streets. That was in 1936. Still, a lot of President Barack Obama's supporters were taken aback last week by his dismal...
As local activists honored Mayor Rahm Emanuel this week for brokering a deal that scuttled two coal-fired power plants in Chicago, three women gathered around a dining room table in suburban Will County couldn't help but feel left out. For nearly two...
This list is not all-inclusive American Contemporary Abigail's American Bistro 493 Roger Williams Ave., Highland Park, 847-849-1009 Abigail's surrounds diners with a sophisticated setting of soothing earth tones with splashes of color and a menu of...
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Ray Bradbury, the science fiction genius, has died at age 91. He wrote classics such as “The Martian Chronicles” and “Fahrenheit 451,” as well as dozens of fantastic short stories. My personal favorite was “Something Wicked...
Clout StreetPolice soon will be required to notify crime victims of their rights within 48 hours under a measure Gov. Pat Quinn signed into law Monday. Surrounded by children attending a day camp at St. John Bible Church in the Austin neighborhood, a center of gang-...
Bank regulators on Friday closed the Waukegan Savings Bank in the far North suburb. Two branches are re-opening as First Midwest Bank. Customers will automatically be switched over with deposits still insured by the Federal Deposit...
Special to the TribuneTen days after announcing murder charges against a man whose DNA matched blood found at the scene of a 1994 slaying at a Waukegan appliance store, a Lake County prosecutor asked a judge today for more time to do paperwork before dropping the charges...
Tags: Murder, Crime, Law and Justice, Crimes, Judges, Prosecution
Chicago TribuneAfter spending 16 years in prison for a murder that authorities now say he did not commit, James Edwards today was cleared of the 1994 killing of a Waukegan appliance store owner. At a hearing in Lake County Circuit Court this morning, Assistant State&...
Tags: Murder, Crime, Law and Justice, DNA, Crimes, Judges
Ray Bradbury, the writer whose expansive flights of fantasy and vividly rendered space-scapes have provided the world with one of the most enduring speculative blueprints for the future, has died. He was 91. Bradbury died Tuesday night, his daughter,...
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