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Weekend in Review: Driver attacked; Deng done as Bull?

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  • Chicago Bulls' Luol Deng (9), from Sudan, drives the baseline on Cleveland Cavaliers' Alonzo Gee in the third quarter of an NBA basketball game Saturday in Cleveland. Deng led the Bulls with 27 points in a 97-93 loss to the Cavaliers. Despite his strong play, Deng could be headed elsewhere as the coach staff weighs his worth to the team.

      Chicago Bulls' Luol Deng (9), from Sudan, drives the baseline on Cleveland Cavaliers' Alonzo Gee in the third quarter of an NBA basketball game Saturday in Cleveland. Deng led the Bulls with 27 points in a 97-93 loss to the Cavaliers. Despite his strong play, Deng could be headed elsewhere as the coach staff weighs his worth to the team.
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DCFS campaign emphasizes anti-hazing message

A year after the suburban hazing scandal at Maine West High School, the state agency responsible for safeguarding the welfare of children is renewing its push to educate school districts about the state's "mandated reporter" law and to empower students to speak up about abuse. "We've reached an estimated 1.5 million students statewide so far. It's an effort to speak directly to the students. ... It's also a message for (mandated reporters)," DCFS spokeswoman Karen Hawkins said.

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