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In the federal government's view, an estimated 1,339 poor schoolchildren live within the affluent Arlington Heights-based School District 59. But the state counted 3,536 poor students when it doled out a "poverty grant" to the district this school year....
Tribune reporterSix hundred unionized workers at the Drake, Palmer House, Chicago Hilton and Towers and the Hilton O'Hare will see their compensation increase by a total of $4.81 over the course of five years beginning September. The increase is part of a deal signed...
Jianwei Li and two other wealthy Chinese businessmen thought they had a sure thing when they wired $1 million each to a California firm that had promised to build a fine Chinese restaurant in the Bay Area city of San Bruno. The project had an alluring...
Chicago TribuneAn 18-year-old Aurora man with ties to a foiled attempt last year to bomb a downtown Chicago bar was arrested as he was about to travel to the Middle East to join the al-Qaida terrorist network, federal officials said Saturday. Abdella Ahmad Tounisi, a...
Criticism intensified Monday that the Obama administration is deliberately inconveniencing and potentially endangering the flying public by going ahead with threatened staffing reductions at airport air traffic towers and radar facilities, instead of...
William Ryan Homes offers Custom Collection With the introduction of William Ryan's Custom Collection, buyers can now select a home site anywhere they want and William Ryan will do the rest. Currently, the company is building a custom home model in...
Flooding spawned by as much as 5 inches of rain closed the Edens, Eisenhower and Kennedy expressways this morning as a second wave of thunderstorms moves through the Chicago area. The Edens Expressway was closed between Foster and Touhy avenues and...
Tribune reporterTwo men were removed from a United Airlines flight from Boston to Chicago on Tuesday morning for what passengers said was "suspicious activity." The men, aboard early morning United Flight 636, were questioned by authorities and returned to the plane,...
It started as wind-driven ice pellets and freezing rain late Tuesday morning across many sections of the metro area. But by lunchtime, the area's second winter storm in less than a week was in full swing. Howling northeast winds gusting over 40 mph,...
Tags: McHenry, Snow Storms
A friend of Rosemont Mayor Brad Stephens now living in Las Vegas called last week to see if the buzz about his buddy the White Sox fan offering to help build a new home for the Cubs was true. "He was like, 'What are you doing? You're a Sox guy,' ''...
Tribune reporterA wrap-up of news from the Tribune's breaking news desk. • Someone shot two people in Rogers Park before fleeing in a black car early Saturday morning, the pair of young men wounded among four people shot overnight. Read more • A man died...
Tags: Rogers Park
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