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TribLocal - Wheaton » NewsFollowing the recent adoption of Glen Ellyn’s first-ever ethics policy, trustees voted Monday to hire a volunteer ethics officer who will oversee all complaints and …...
TribLocal - Northbrook » NewsA 3-year-old girl was recovering at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago in 2009 after a rare virus left her blind. In a wheelchair due to …...
There has never been and may never be a Chicago first lady of greater impact, influence and inspiration than Maggie Daley. Even though she is among the most private of public people, she has put her stamp on the city by creating after-school programs for...
WGN NewsChristopher Reeve believed it would save his life. Ethical debate has kept it on the back burner. But now a revolutionary new study using stem cells for spinal cord injuries. David Stukenborg: "This is the hardest work I have ever done in my life....
Tribune reporterIn his white tuxedo and gold graduation cap, 5-year-old Martrell Stevens was determined Tuesday to walk across the stage alone. On this day, his kindergarten graduation, a teacher's support in getting from his wheelchair to a walker was all the help he...
Clout StPosted by Monique Garcia at 4:20 p.m. People found guilty of making a false 911 call to an emergency response center soon will face up to three years in prison. Gov. Pat Quinn today signed into a law a measure......
For Tribune newspapers"Chair disease" is an increasingly common malady in the U.S. that is almost always caused by spending too much time parked on your rear end. It's not really the chair's fault, though. The problem is that most of us sit wrong -- slouched forward with...
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(WGN-AM)- After being shot in his lung last year, an accident which left bullet fragments around his spine and paralyzed both of his legs, a beaming five-year-old Martrell Stevens walked across the stage of his kindergarten graduation alone Tuesday....
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Have back or neck pain, but not for sure if a chiropractor is the answer? Medical experts give their take on what you should do before making that appointment. -- Be wary of those who say spinal manipulation can cure whatever ails you. "Look for a...
Chicago Tribune reporterHour after hour, Christina Eilman threw herself at the bars of her cell at a South Side police lockup, shrieking threats one moment and begging for help the next, pleading that she was ill. Even the women in adjoining cells, many who were used to the...
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