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It started as wind-driven ice pellets and freezing rain late Tuesday morning across many sections of the metro area. But by lunchtime, the area's second winter storm in less than a week was in full swing. Howling northeast winds gusting over 40 mph,...
Tags: McHenry, Snow Storms
What is more annoying than having to wait behind oafish airline passengers trying to stuff their bulging carry-on bags into the overhead bins? For me, it's a scene from hell. If I'm to be punished in Hades, I'll be stuck in an eternal cycle of...
"Chicago Fire" has been spending plenty of time filming in the Bucktown area the past few months — and the neighborhood has a nearly 80-year-old pub to thank for it. The NBC drama needed a bar that would serve as a recurring setting throughout the...
Ten years ago as Mayor Richard M. Daley worked through political channels to accelerate federal approval to build new runways at the airport his father had dearly called "O'Hara," the mayor also issued an infamous order to destroy Chicago's little...
A drug-sniffing dog helped federal officers find more than 30 pounds of opium-soaked cloth and wood chips in four packages from Laos Monday, according to U.S. Customs officials. The dog, Shadow, an 8-year-old Belgian Malinois with U.S. Customs and...
GLENDALE, Ariz. -- There is new spring in Ned Colletti's step these days, a brighter glint in his eye. Both are traceable to the same thing: Frank McCourt is no longer even a distant speck in the Dodgers' rearview mirror. Colletti, Dodgers general...
Long before anybody (besides their parents) was paying attention to Chicago's Emanuel brothers, the city could boast of lots of other siblings who made good — or, at least, made headlines. Chicago can claim brothers of wide-ranging accomplishments...
Tags: Music Industry, Jim Belushi, Cabbage, Authors, Criminals
Over the years, they have been remodeled and remuddled — a front porch here, new siding there. But the rows of 1940s houses that gave its pioneers a Hobson's choice (Cape Cod or Cape Cod) still define west suburban Northlake. Sold as empty...
Long marketed by the Chicago Cubs as the Friendly Confines, Wrigley Field no doubt feels more confining than ever to the ballclub's owners these days. It's an expensive, almost century-old fixer-upper hemmed in by stubborn neighbors, political resistance...
DETROIT (AP) — Some Michigan airports that could be forced to shutter their air traffic control towers or sacrifice midnight shifts are pressing their cases with federal transportation officials to preserve those services. Six air traffic...
Government agencies are already taking steps to comply with automatic spending cuts that took effect March 1. Some examples: ___ AIRCRAFT CARRIER One of the Navy's premiere warships, the aircraft carrier USS Harry S. Truman, sits pierside in...
Tags: Immigration, Head Start, Afghanistan, Ken Salazar, Pakistan
In hope of courting new customers, Winnetka will hang flower baskets along the streets of its three business districts this summer. The Winnetka Village Council recently gave the nod to a proposal for 120 new flower baskets to be hung on 60 light...
Feb 26, 2013 |Story| Chicago Weather Center
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Mar 11, 2013 |Story| Petoskey News
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