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Sunday April 28, 2013 Fire and the city Michael Brandt and Derek Haas, creators of Chicago Fire , are more known for their writing work on a handful of movies including the critically-acclaimed film 3:10 To Yuma, 2 Fast 2 Furious and Wanted. In an
A retired Army lieutenant general proposed a solution for how to get Chicago's gun violence under control call in the National Guard ...Honore, who oversaw the military relief efforts after Hurricane Katrina, said during a news conference in Chicago
The Greyhound station near downtown Chicago was packed Sunday...The 29-year-old says he liked the cheap fares at $84 round trip and traveled on Thanksgiving so that thered be fewer crowds. Meanwhile Malron Murray had arrived back in Chicago from
When high school phenom Jabari Parker revealed his list of top 10 schools, DePaul was right there alongside the powerhouses. It was a small victory for the Blue Demons, a sign that maybe just maybe they can play with the big boys...Year 3 of the
A few years ago Barbara Theiszmann and her family were in Chicago taking in the holiday sights when she looked up at the giant Christmas tree in Daley Plaza, turned to her family and said I have a tree better than this at home. Now the rest of
Diane Shapiro, Republican candidate for Clerk of the Circuit Court of Cook County has criticized Democratic incumbent Dorothy Brown for accepting campaign contributions from subordinates and from vendors doing business with the clerks office, whose 2,
Ron Rivera came into his postgame interview session Sunday and let out a big sigh of disappointment. Then the Carolina Panthers head coach let out three more quick ones, summing up his emotions after his teams 23-22 loss to the Bears in Soldier Field.
The death of a 21-year-old Mount Prospect man following a run-in with a nephew of former Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley has become an issue in the race for Cook County states attorney Republican challenger Lori Yokoyama, 57, a Chicago attorney
As Chicago struggles to quell gang violence that has contributed to a jump in homicides, a top elected official wants to tax the sale of every bullet and firearm an effort that has national gun-rights advocates already considering a legal challenge.
The National Theatre of Scotlands Black Watch begins with a soldier defending his choice of profession, and it ends with a haunting, hypnotic depiction of exactly what that profession entails...I wanted to be in the army, says Cammy, a former member