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  Images of the career of Richard Duchossois, Chairman of The Duchossois Group of companies, as well as Chairman at Arlington Park horse racing track in Arlington Heights.

Images: Richard Duchossois

Updated: 10/5/2011 10:15 PM

  Terrified by Alabama's strict new immigration crackdown, parents living in the state illegally say they are doing something that was unthinkable just days ago — asking friends, relatives, co-workers and acquaintances to take their children if...

Immigrants fearing deportation make plans for kids

Updated: 10/9/2011 05:37 PM

  It had been six weeks since Glenbard West (7-0, 4-0 West Suburban Silver Conference) played a close game. The Hilltoppers were itching for a challenge, and they got one in Friday's trip to Addison Trail (6-1) in a showdown between unbeaten teams.

Perfect finish for Glenbard West?

Updated: 10/9/2011 12:29 AM

  A lot has changed for Burlington Central under first-year head coach Rich Crabel. It improved to 5-2 by handing Harvard its first loss 14-7 on Friday night and still has a shot at the Big Northern East title.

Burlington Central finishing with focus

Updated: 10/9/2011 12:29 AM

  Seniors such as Darren Little and Tom Jansen are thriving in expanded roles for Mid-Suburban East leader Elk Grove.

Elk Grove players thriving in expanded roles

Updated: 10/9/2011 12:29 AM

  The Kids in Need Foundation and Newell Rubbermaid are again supporting the children in U-46. They began in 2009, with a donation of 500 backpacks to help homeless students in the district.

Groups aid students in 3 high-poverty U-46 schools

Updated: 10/8/2011 10:35 AM

  A computer virus that captures the strokes on a keyboard has infected networks used by pilots who control U.S. Air Force drones flown on the warfront, according to a published report.

Report: Computer virus hits military drone program

Updated: 10/9/2011 09:35 AM

  As other protesters chanted vigorously around her, Nancy Pi-Sunyer stood off to the side at the Occupy Wall Street rally, clutching her sign, looking a little like a new teacher on the first day of school.

Protesters want world to know they're just like us

Updated: 10/9/2011 09:30 AM

  When Apple rolled out iTunes for the masses in the spring of 2003, the music industry was at a point of transition — and chaos.Entering the new millennium, albums were enjoying blockbuster sales of several million units for its superstar...

iTunes great for Apple, but was it for music biz?

Updated: 10/9/2011 09:21 AM

  Dow Chemical Co. and the Saudi Arabian Oil Co. said Saturday that they signed an agreement that advances their plan to build one of the world's biggest chemical plants in Saudi Arabia. The $20 billion complex is expected to begin production in 2015.

Dow, Saudi oil company sign accord for $20B plant

Updated: 10/9/2011 09:18 AM

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