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UPDATE: On Thursday, Jan. 31, police said Fu Jian Chen had been located. No other information was released. Previous story: A 48-year-old Bridgeport man missing for two days is a diagnosed schizophrenic and is not taking his needed medication,...
Today is already the warmest Jan. 29 in Chicago history, toppling an almost 100-year-old record 15 minutes before the sun came up. The previous record – 59 degrees in 1914 – was surpassed at 6:50 a.m. at O'Hare International Airport,...
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Yet another winter weather record could be set in Chicago on Tuesday. A short-lived warm-up, accompanied by heavy rains, severe thunder and maybe hail, could push temperatures into the mid-60s. The record high for the date, Jan. 29, is 59 degrees, set...
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Special to the TribuneThe Renaissance Schaumburg Hotel & Convention Center exceeded its 2012 revenue projections by $1.8 million, said officials, who expect additional growth of about 10 percent in 2013 because corporate business is picking up. Forty-three conventions are...
An Evanston couple accused of circumventing South Korea's adoption procedures have temporary care of a baby girl while they continue to fight for her permanent custody in state and federal courts. On Thursday, the South Korean government filed a...
Tags: Politics, Adoption, Government, Lawyers, Cook County Government
It was just before Christmas when customs officials at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport discovered 18 pieces of cargo that had arrived from Rome. Labeled as human specimens, each piece came individually wrapped and were contained in...
A slight dip in unemployment rates has officials in some near northwest suburbs cautiously optimistic for a warming economic climate. According to recently released unemployment statistics from the Illinois Department of Employment Security, the...
A 65-year-old American Airlines employee was charged with trying to bring a gun onto an airplane at O'Hare International Airport, police said. The woman was arrested this morning at about 9:30 a.m. after the gun was detected in an x-ray machine,...
Tribune reporterAn Evanston couple fighting to adopt a South Korean baby whom they've raised since shortly after her birth was dealt a setback Monday when a federal judge returned authority over the child to U.S. officials, a step toward the child's possible deportation....
Tribune reporterA Cook County judge today found probable cause for prosecutors to proceed against State Sen. Donne Trotter on a felony charge that he tried to board a flight with a handgun in his carry-on luggage. Trotter, clad in a brown sweater with his trademark...
Tribune reporterThe federal government has signed off on an agreement allowing the existing Elgin-O’Hare Expressway to be converted into a tollway, officials said today. The U.S. Transportation Department approved an agreement allowing the Illinois Tollway to...
Tribune reporterA shipment of 18 human heads stopped by customs officials at O'Hare International Airport was sent here from Rome to be cremated after being used in medical research, officials said today. Customs held up the shipment in late December because...
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