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Tribune staff reportersLike a scene from a science-fiction movie, red-eyed insects are popping up now in freshly turned gardens, squirming beneath logs and stones and digging tunnels as they plot their escape. After a 17-year wait, a few cicadas are making an early break...
While the turbulence roiling the real estate and debt markets is painful, for some investors there's gold in that upheaval. "Capital-market dislocations can present opportunities to make money," said Peter Palandjian, chief executive of...
and Arlene Martínez Of The Morning CallWhen Palmer Township police scanned online party photos for clues in an accident that killed two teens, they were resorting to an increasingly common tactic: using the public forums of the World Wide Web as investigative tools, as incriminating in some...
Tags: Assault, Entertainment, Health, Lake County (Montana), Montana
Sentinel Staff WritersUtility-company crews had restored electricity by Monday to half of the 1.5 million Central Florida residents who lost power in Hurricane Charley, but this success spawned new anxiety and envy among those still left in the dark. "We've been hit heavy,...
Sentinel Staff WritersHurricane Frances cut electricity to an estimated 5 million people -- a quarter of them in Central Florida -- as it slogged across the state Sunday. Although lacking the sustained high winds of Hurricane Charley last month, Frances still plunged more...
Tags: Business, Edgewood, Hurricanes, Kissimmee, Tropical Weather
Sentinel staff and wire reportsRead from the last page forward to see an archive of developments in chronological order as reported by Sentinel staff. 5:03 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 26, 2004 After Charley, my downtown Orlando neighborhood went eight days without power. I have to admit, part...
Tribune staff reportersWith impunity, prosecutors across the country have violated their oaths and the law, committing the worst kinds of deception in the most serious of cases. They have prosecuted black men, hiding evidence the real killers were white. They have prosecuted a...
Tags: Cook County, Elections, Rape, Ohio, Georgia
Tribune staff reporterAdditional material published April 28, 2005: CORRECTIONS AND CLARIFICATIONS. A graphic on mob murder victims in the main news section Tuesday incorrectly identified as Nicholas D'Andrea a photo of his brother, Mario D'Andrea. For more than 50 years,...
Tags: Drug Trafficking, Organized Crime, Las Vegas, FBI, Assault
Sentinel Staff WriterFelix Ramirez hadn't seen his soldier son since he presided over Eric Ramirez's wedding in August 2001, about 18 months before he shipped out to Iraq. On Saturday, the Mascotte pastor and schoolteacher made plans to officiate at his son's funeral....
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