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A building is not, of course, a living thing, and so, unless it's the one you work in, live in or visit with some regularity, you probably take most of the city's thousands of other buildings for granted. There are, of course, the stars, those...
Chicago Tribune reporterTommy O'Connor was a bad man, a coldblooded killer who prowled Chicago as Prohibition descended. He was convicted of murdering one person — a police officer — and likely shot dead at least two more, including his best friend. That's why they...
Tags: Shootings, Theft, Prisons, Prosecution, Crimes
Change of SubjectPart of an occasional series Commenter name: Beth Real name: Beth (with a very Swedish surname, though it’s my married name, and it’s really boring. I use my maiden name for work, which is alliterative and much zippier.) Age: 56......
Tribune reporterShootings across the city left at least one man dead and eight people wounded Sunday, police said. Two people were shot and one died in a shooting about 8:04 a.m. in the 2300 block of West Lake Street in the West Town neighborhood, Chicago Police...
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...
PRAIRIE CITY, Iowa — It would be easy to pass by the small, white building with its red-trimmed windows. After all, the cafe is dwarfed by the nearby grain elevators and the Prairie City water tower. Yet the often-crowded gravel lot, where BMWs...
Change of SubjectPart of an occasional series Commenter ID: Garry Real name: Same. At least the police chief & Garry Trudeau also spell it correctly! Gender: Male Age: Older than dirt & approaching Medicare Resides: Wretched & rotten Rogers Park. The house......
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...
Tags: Mexico, Highway Transportation, Breads, Diabetes, Migration
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...
Tags: Justice System, Murder, Criminals, Crime, Law and Justice, Laws
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...
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: Murder, Witnesses, Prosecution
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