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Tribune reporterA 16-year-old boy was shot and killed in a dispute over a bicycle Saturday afternoon on the South Side, authorities said, and another man was killed in West Humboldt Park late Saturday night. Fifteen others were shot and survived Saturday night and...
OXFORD, England — First lady Michelle Obama combined a message of hard work with hugs Wednesday as she drew on her family life to inspire a group of London schoolgirls who were visiting Oxford University. In the ancient vaulted hall of Christ...
Tribune reporterWith Metra's biggest-ever fare hikes taking effect today, some riders may be wondering, "What about that old 10-ride ticket I have in my wallet?" Answer: Ten-ride tickets purchased before Nov. 12, 2011, are good for one year from the date of sale stamped...
Tribune reporterPassengers who ride the South Shore Line to Chicago should expect "rigorous" security checks this Sunday and Monday, and 11 trains will be cancelled Monday due to the NATO summit at McCormick Place, the railroad announced today. Riders on Sunday and...
Tags: NATO, Railway Transportation, Travel, Metra, McCormick Place
An early spring will bring not only May flowers to the farmers markets this year, but also an abundance of farm-fresh produce earlier than usual, while preparations for Chicago's first NATO summit will delay two downtown markets. The Daley Plaza...
Tags: Portage Park, NATO, YMCA, Wicker Park, Willis Tower
WASHINGTON — First lady Michelle Obama will give the spouses of NATO leaders a taste of her native South Side on May 20 before a private dinner for them at the Art Institute of Chicago, her aides said Monday. She's inviting the group to tour the...
Tags: Chicago Tribune, NATO, Obesity, Art Institute of Chicago, G8
Tribune reporterWASHINGTON — First lady Michelle Obama will give the spouses of NATO leaders a taste of her native South Side on May 20 before a private dinner for them at the Art Institute of Chicago, her aides said Monday. She's inviting the group to tour the...
Tribune reporterSome early Chicago area farmers markets will open their tables this month with the first produce of the season--although wacky temperatures coaxed ramps and asparagus out in April this year. Among the first will be Green City Market, which moves outdoors...
Tribune reporterFive people were wounded as they were apparently waiting for a CTA bus this afternoon in the South Shore neighborhood on the South Side. The shooting happened around 3:30 p.m. in the 7900 block of South Jeffery Boulevard, said Police News Affairs Officer...
Tribune reporterViolence in the city has left four people injured, including one dead, this evening after they were shot and stabbed in separate incidents, police said. In the first incident, a man was hospitalized in serious-to-critical condition after he was stabbed...
Tribune reporterPatrons at a South Shore nail salon hit the floor Thursday evening when a gun inside the purse of an off-duty Chicago police officer accidentally discharged inside the crowded salon, striking the officer in the leg. The 22-year veteran officer was shot...
Tags: Injuries and Wounds, Easter, Shootings
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