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Chicago Tribune reportersThe state is squandering taxpayer money on dubious after-school grants, including many that rewarded one lawmaker's political supporters, a Tribune investigation found. In a church on Chicago's West Side, two homeless children fiddled aimlessly on...
Times Staff WritersThe divisions are still there, 40 years later. To many, the events that began in Watts on Aug. 11, 1965, remain a riot, pure and simple — a social breakdown into mob rule and criminality. To others, they were a revolt, a rebellion, an uprising ...
Times Staff WritersThe motor homes showed up before dawn. Soon, hundreds of cars, trucks and sport utility vehicles joined the line, drawn by radio promotions for a new service station willing to sell gasoline for 90.3 cents a gallon for four hours. In her boyfriend's...
Fox 61It all started at Electric Boat. Where submarines are born, the idea to eventually take one out for a ride. It was December and after Congressman Joe Courtney, as well as Senators Joe Lieberman and Chris Dodd, excitedly explained why Capitol Hill's...
Sentinel Staff WriterOrlando-area businesses cleared away debris and came back to life Saturday as residents ventured out for food, gasoline and supplies in the wake of Hurricane Charley. Shopping malls, supermarkets and gasoline stations reopened, except in hard-hit areas...
Times Staff WritersA day after she helped marshal more than 1,000 people to protest the proposed closure of Martin Luther King Jr./Drew Medical Center's trauma unit, Rep. Maxine Waters on Tuesday sat at the center aisle, second row, of the county Board of Supervisors...
Sun StaffDr. Stephen H. Pollock has one order for the two heart attack patients he treated yesterday at St. Joseph Medical Center, after their efforts to dig out of the snow nearly killed them: Put away the shovels. "I did tell them that they may never shovel...
Tags: Anne Arundel County, Chest Pains, Maryland, Hunt Valley, Health
Times Staff WritersThrilling, and yet ... backstage at the 75th Academy Awards it was a night when winners clutched their Oscars a bit tighter than usual as their comments drifted between winning and war. Wearing a peace pin in his lapel, Chris Cooper, who took home the...
Saturday, September 21 results BOYS SOCCER Argo 2, Hinsdale South 0 Bolingbrook 1, Andrew 0 Burlington Central 5, Byron 2 Carmel 6, Marian Catholic 1 De La Salle 5, Cristo Rey 1 Hoffman Estates 3, Jacobs 2 Homewood-Flossmoor 2, Eisenhower 1 Lake Forest...
Tags: Diving, CVS Corp., Mike Burke, Jr., Field Hockey, Brian Kelly
Los Angeles Times staff writerJoaquin Duarte thought his 1939 battle with smallpox--the sweats, the delirium and the scarring sores--was among the scourge's last gasps in this country. Six decades later, he is sweating over the possibility that terrorists will bring it back. "It's...
Sun staffPlayer of the Year: Melvin Alaeze, Randallstown Alaeze is a towering, athletic specimen whose skill many believe is far from having reached its full potential. Yet the 6-foot-3, 275-pound senior, who is considered by many recruiting Web sites to be...
Tribune staff reportersStrapped to a gurney in Texas' death chamber earlier this year, just moments from his execution for setting a fire that killed his three daughters, Cameron Todd Willingham declared his innocence one last time. "I am an innocent man, convicted of a...
Tags: Rick Perry, Arson, Murder, Building Material, The Salvation Army
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