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Fourth in a series of profiles about those in the trenches of Costa Mesa's political battles. * Each Sunday the new mayor of Costa Mesa prays to God to help him forgive others, to help him not hold a grudge, to give him guidance for the week before...
The question that stumped Conrad Oberhaus, runner-up in the National Geographic Bee in Washington last week, wasn't exactly of the name-the-capital-of-Belgium variety. Conrad, 13, drew this doozy: "One of the world's largest deposits of rare-earth...
Special to the TribuneDave Perry enjoyed Fenwick's ninth state championship in 2011 from a poolside wheelchair before dying of cancer a few months later. Kyle Perry coached that team with the help of his father, and he and his Friars have no doubt Dave Perry was with them...
— Gov. Pat Quinn and other prospective governor candidates might be targeting a new voting group during the primary elections next year: 17-year-olds. On Wednesday, the Senate voted 43-9 to allow 17-year-olds to vote in primaries, but only if they...
Tags: Voting, Prisons, Executive Branch, Pat Quinn, Politics
Scott G. Daniel, a senior at Oak Park & River Forest High School, is among 141 students named U.S. Presidential Scholars for their accomplishments in academics and the arts. Scott G. Daniel, a senior at Oak Park & River Forest High School, is among...
While debate continues in Springfield over when police should have to record interrogations, prosecutors and groups that battle wrongful convictions agree the 2003 law mandating the recording of homicide interrogations has been a success. Advocates for...
Tags: Murder, Criminal Laws, Crime, Law and Justice, Laws, Lawyers
Special to the TribuneA Lake County judge today denied a motion to reconsider the 61 year sentence he imposed last month on a woman convicted in February of the 2003 sledgehammer attack of her ex-husband and his wife in their Lincolnshire home. The sentence was more than...
Tags: Murder, Defendants, Crime, Law and Justice, Judges, Punishment
Lincolnshire unveiled on Monday a draft of a new strategic plan that outlines the village's economic development goals for the next five years. Village trustees were widely supportive of the new initiative, appearing eager to help the village regain its...
Tags: Economic Policy, Business
Tribune reporterOne woman was injured and two dogs died in a house fire near Lincolnshire on Thursday, according to fire officials. Fire Chief Tom Krueger of the Lincolnshire-Riverwoods Fire Protection District said firefighters from throughout Lake County responded to...
Tags: Riverwoods, Fires
It was an early morning in May 2003 when Robin Rogers said she heard a "thud" and found her father and stepmother in their bedroom, covered in blood and severely beaten. She said she felt like she was in "a horror movie, waiting for someone to come out of...
Special to the TribuneIt took Rick Rogers five or six years to regain his memory of the night he and his wife were bludgeoned with a hammer in their Lincolnshire home, nearly killing them both. After being hit repeatedly in the head, Rogers, now 59, was in a coma for three...
Tags: Murder, Lake Bluff
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