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  The members of Monty Python are aiming to move like Jagger in their live farewell shows. The fast-paced comic revue requires the septuagenarian comedians to act, sing, dance and pull off rapid-fire costume changes. Michael Palin says they’ve...

Monty Python shows aim for Jagger-like energy jolt

Updated: 6/30/2014 10:27 AM

  Two of the nurses who treated ABC News producer Terence Wrong when he was hospitalized for a minor ailment recently told him they traced their interest in medicine directly to his work. That’s a profound point of pride. Wrong has established...

‘NY Med’ producer directly sees impact of work

Updated: 6/29/2014 09:24 PM

  The fictional Maine town of Chester’s Mill is “Under the Dome” for a second season, and author Stephen King, on whose novel the popular show is based, has written the first episode for this summer’s run. The CBS miniseries...

King writes for new season of ‘Under the Dome’

Updated: 6/29/2014 01:03 PM

  When Ted Goff was hospitalized late last year, barely breathing and with advanced emphysema, his doctor said the prognosis was bad. They talked about Goff’s last wishes and whether he wanted to be placed on a breathing machine. Goff...

Videos aim to inform patients about end-of-life medical options

Updated: 6/27/2014 07:35 PM

  The 100-plus year war between butter and margarine, America’s two favorite fatty spreads, has been a battle of cultural norms, nutritional headwinds, a bit of circumstance, and, of course, cash-rich marketing campaigns.

The battle of butter vs. margarine

Updated: 6/27/2014 07:53 PM

  Aurora firefighters used ladders to rescue a man from the roof of a burning apartment building Monday, officials said. The fire happened on the 600 block of North High Street just before storms hit the area about 5:50 p.m., fire officials said in a...

Aurora firefighters rescue man from burning apartment

Updated: 7/1/2014 05:55 AM

  The committee of Barrington residents tasked with exploring whether it would be in the village’s interest to pursue becoming a home-rule community had their first meeting Monday night. The ad hoc committee has just five weeks to present the...

Barrington home rule committee discusses money at first meeting

Updated: 6/30/2014 11:58 PM

  John Meyer, 17, led an effort to buildtwo 57-foot-long bocce ball courts in Des Plaines for his Eagle project. The project took some 2,000 man-hours by as many as 15 Scout volunteers, along with troop leaders, parents, and workers from local...

Scout’s project brings bocce courts to Des Plaines

Updated: 6/30/2014 08:43 PM

  Pamela Harris’ 25-year-old son Josh has a rare genetic syndrome, and she cares for him at home and gets paid by the state to do so. She wanted to avoid having to pay mandatory dues to the union that represents similar Illinois workers, and she...

Lake County mom wins U.S. Supreme Court case

Updated: 7/1/2014 11:11 AM

  Wheaton College officials are “prayerfully” waiting for a decision to be made regarding a health law mandate that would require them to cover contraceptives for female employees or face fines starting Tuesday, according to the law firm...

Lawyers hope Hobby Lobby decision will help Wheaton College

Updated: 6/30/2014 06:30 PM

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