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The death of Aaliyah Boyer, a 10-year-old struck down in Cecil County, and the shooting of Laurie Eberhardt, a grandmother hit by gunfire in Florida, share the same perplexing challenge for prosecutors and investigators. Both were watching fireworks on...
In the wake of the deadly school shootings in Newtown, Conn., a newspaper publisher on the other side of the country — in Idaho of all places, where gun ownership is up there with life and liberty as a solemn human right — found himself with a...
Tribune reportersThe Regional Transportation Authority on Monday accused United Airlines and American Airlines of running "sham business operations" that have deprived Chicago and Cook County taxpayers and public transportation agencies of nearly $300 million during...
Tribune reporterNorthern Illinois University’s police chief was put on paid leave today and banned indefinitely from the police department because of allegations of misconduct by the department. It’s the latest disruption for a school that has faced a...
Special to the TribuneHe was born in England, spent a significant part of his career in Asia and cut his American corporate teeth in Dallas. But Stephen Chipman, now into his third year as chief executive of Grant Thornton LLP, is thinking a lot about Chicago. ...
Chicago TribuneWhile members of a fraternity began surrendering to police throughout the region Tuesday, Northern Illinois University officials said more than 30 men and women at the school also face disciplinary sanctions in the death of a freshman pledge. As of 5 p....
Tribune reportersAlcohol might have played a role in the death of an NIU student found dead in an off-campus fraternity house today, according the DeKalb County Coroner’s office. DeKalb police officers responded to the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity at about 10:15 a.m....
Special to the TribuneA woman who failed to stop her boyfriend from severely beating her young daughter and then lied about the incident to police pleaded guilty today to aggravated domestic battery. Cathleen A. Koch, 30, could face up to 14 years in prison when she is...
Tags: Assault, Punishment, Trials, Prisons, Heroin
Tribune reporterA man found guilty of murdering a 7-year-old in Sycamore in 1957 was sentenced to natural life in prison this morning in DeKalb County Court.. Jack McCullough, 73, of Seattle, had been scheduled to be sentenced Nov. 30 for the murder and kidnapping of...
Tags: Justice System, Judges, Punishment, Lawyers, Kidnapping
Special to the TribuneSex assault charges against a former Northern Illinois University police officer were dropped Tuesday after new revelations of possible irregularities in the investigation surfaced, the officer’s attorney said. The charges against Andrew Rifkin...
Tribune reportersThe DeKalb County state’s attorney has asked state police to investigate the Northern Illinois University police department and its police chief after a judge ruled last week the department hid evidence that could have cleared one of its officers of...
Doris E. Davies, a retired Baltimore County kindergarten teacher and supervisor, died Oct. 28 of heart failure at the Charlestown retirement community in Catonsville. She was 96. Mrs. Davies also taught for years in Baltimore City and "loved young...
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