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The Chicago police are coming under fire for converting a warehouse into a ‘black site’ where people are detained, beaten, and treated similarly to terrorists held abroad in secret locations…

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The Field: Violence, Hip Hop & Hope in Chicago Documentary HD [WSHH Original Feature] – Chicago Video

The realest documentary about hip hop and life on the streets in Chicago. #WSHHFilms Featuring Lil Durk, Lil Reese, King Louie, Lil Bibby, Young Chop, Katie … Video Rating: 4 / 5

Madrileños por el mundo: Chicago – Chicago Video

Vídeos y programas completos en http://www.telemadrid.es/mxm Viajamos hasta Chicago, la tercera ciudad más poblada de los Estados Unidos y con mayor número d… Video Rating: 4 / 5

Gol de Zelarayán. Belgrano 3 - Chicago 1. Fecha 1. Primera División 2015. FPT

Gol de Zelarayán. Belgrano 3 – Chicago 1. Fecha 1. Primera División 2015. FPT – Chicago Video

Cuando el partido se terminaba, el Chino marcó un golazo para cerrar la victoria ante el Torito, en Córdoba. Video Rating: 4 / 5

Graduate student Kate Pukinskis’ composition to premiere Feb. 28

26 February 2015

Kate Pukinskis loves to sing in choirs, to be on stage with others enveloped by the “crazy, loud sounds” of Beethoven’s Ninth or Verdi’s Requiem. “Choral music comes very naturally to me,” said Pukinskis, a doctoral student in composition in the Department of Music who has sung in professional choirs since she was a child. […]

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The milder side of Vikings, now at Field Museum

26 February 2015

The milder side of Vikings, now at Field Museum Having the show make its only scheduled American stop in Chicago is fitting, said the ambassador, because Scandinavian immigrants were major contributors to early Chicago life, and at the beginning of the last century, the city was second only to … Full News here – Read […]

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Waukegan man accused of hacking radios to issue Gurnee Mills bomb threat

26 February 2015

A Waukegan man with a criminal history of tapping into and taking control of others’ electronic communication devices faces new charges alleging he caused a false bomb threat at Gurnee Mills shopping center Jan. 29, authorities said. Raymond Kelly, 25, could be sentenced to as much as 5 years in prison if convicted of issuing […]

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UChicago and MBL announce recipients of Lillie Awards for Collaborative Research

26 February 2015

The University of Chicago and the Marine Biological Laboratory have announced the 2015 recipients of the Frank R. Lillie Research Innovation Awards. The grant program honors Frank R. Lillie, the early 20th-century embryologist who served as the MBL’s second director and as chair of UChicago’s Department of Zoology. Awards are open to collaborators from the […]

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High pollution cuts most Indian lives short by three years

26 February 2015

India’s air pollution, ranked among the world’s worst, is reducing the life expectancy of over half of the country’s population by more than three years, according to a new study. Researchers from the University of Chicago, Harvard and Yale wrote in this month’s Economic & Political Weekly that more than 660 million Indians live in […]

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Naperville man not guilty by reason of insanity in attempted murder of mother

26 February 2015

A DuPage County judge has found not guilty by reason of insanity a Naperville man accused of attacking his mother with a butcher knife. Alexander Georg was charged with the August 2011 stabbing of his then-52-year-old mother. Georg had just been released from psychiatric care when he chased her into the street in front of […]

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Progressives Had a Pretty Great Night in Chicago's Elections

26 February 2015

Progressives Had a Pretty Great Night in Chicago's Elections Tim Meegan, a social studies teacher and Chicago Teachers Union activist, successfully pushed Deb Mell, the incumbent alderman and strong mayoral ally, into a runoff last night. Meegan was one of three CTU members who forced runoffs in city council … Full News here – Read more […]

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African Americans who fled the South during Great Migration led shorter lives, study finds

26 February 2015

Millions of African Americans moved from the South in the early 20th century to seek better job opportunities and higher wages, but a new study on the historic Great Migration shows that with improved economic conditions came a greater risk of mortality.   A paper published in the February issue of American Economic Review found that, […]

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3 dead, 4 wounded in shootings on West, Far South sides

26 February 2015

3 dead, 4 wounded in shootings on West, Far South sides Earlier, also in the Roseland neighborhood, a 23-year-old man, identified as Derrius Drakes, was shot about 4:30 p.m. in the 11300 block of South Parnell Avenue, according to Chicago police spokesman Officer Veejay Zala and the medical examiner's office. Full News here – Read […]

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Candidates answer: Should 204 ask voters to fund air conditioning?

26 February 2015

Should Indian Prairie Unit District 204 spend more money to install full air conditioning in all of its elementary schools? Two of the four candidates seeking three school board seats in the April 7 election say that’s a question voters should answer. Full News here – DailyHerald.com > Local News

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Chicago's Garcia has a chance in second-round mayor's race

26 February 2015

Chicago's Garcia has a chance in second-round mayor's race CHICAGO (Reuters) – Mayoral underdog Jesus "Chuy" Garcia has a fighting chance in an April runoff election against well-funded incumbent Rahm Emanuel but political insiders say he must broaden his coalition beyond the Hispanic voters and disgruntled … Full News here – Read more on Reuters

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A super North Suburban finale for Stevenson

26 February 2015

While Stevenson’s boys basketball was beating every team in the North Suburban Lake Division twice this season, Vernon Hills was busy doing the same on the Prairie side. That meant Cougars forward Matt Weaver relied on what he heard and read about the Patriots. Sure, the Patriots may be super, man, but they aren’t all […]

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Chicago Bulls, Dallas Mavericks to play Lincoln exhibition

26 February 2015

Chicago Bulls, Dallas Mavericks to play Lincoln exhibition LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — If all goes as planned, the Chicago Bulls' Doug McDermott will return to play basketball in Nebraska next fall. But it won't be in the arena where he entertained sellout crowds as a collegian. Lincoln's Pinnacle Bank Arena … Full News here – […]

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Barrington grabs MSL title at Hersey

26 February 2015

Barrington’s Rapolas Ivanauskas proudly held the Mid-Suburban League championship trophy. Like the 16 rebounds he grabbed Wednesday night, he wouldn’t let it go. And no wonder, since a Barrington boys basketball team had not won the MSL title since 1979. Ivanauskas and the Broncos secured the an overall conference triumph with a strong fourth quarter, […]

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Glen Ellyn District 41 to hold off on multiage expansion

25 February 2015

Glen Ellyn Elementary District 41 is won’t expand its multiage instructional program for the next two years. “We have some early success through anecdotal information and achievement data, but I really just want to watch it and monitor it for the next two years to ensure that everything that we’re doing is working as well […]

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