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  Stocks posted their biggest jump in nearly two weeks on Tuesday. Investors picked up cheaply priced stocks after fears that the U.S. would slip into a recession pounded the market over the last month.

Stocks jump; Dow notches best gain in 2 weeks

Updated: 8/23/2011 04:48 PM

  Wells Fargo says it will end its debit rewards program for existing customers in October. Chase also ended its debit rewards program this year and PNC Bank said it will no longer give customers with free checking accounts rewards for debit card...

Wells Fargo puts an end to debit rewards

Updated: 8/23/2011 05:21 AM

  Randhurst Village, the new shopping/entertainment center that has replaced the stately old mall in Mount Prospect. Analysts say success is in the mix of shops, restaurants and entertainment.

New Randhurst: Suburbs' first mall now a model for revitalization?

Updated: 8/23/2011 04:17 PM

  Bassist Tommy Stinson, who raised nearly $50,000 for kids ravaged by last year's earthquake in Haiti, plans to donate half of the proceeds of his new CD, "One Many Mutiny," to Timkatec, a nonprofit that houses and educates homeless kids in...

Tommy Stinson's CD proceeds to help kids in Haiti

Updated: 8/23/2011 04:31 PM

  Anne Hathaway felt the pressure to deliver the goods in her latest role. The American actress brings David Nicholls' character of Emma Morely to the big screen in the adaptation of his book, “One Day.”

Anne Hathaway accents acting in new role

Updated: 8/23/2011 02:56 PM

  Amy Winehouse had no illegal drugs in her system when she died, and it is still unclear what killed the singer, her family said Tuesday. According to toxicology tests, "alcohol was present,” but it hasn’t yet been determined if it...

No illegal drugs found in Winehouse

Updated: 8/23/2011 11:39 AM

  Heirloom tomato celebration at Chicago Botanic Garden; Shawnee Hills Wine Trail Festival in Southern Illinois and Polish sausages from Texas. What to try first?

Heirloom tomatoes star of weekend at botanic garden

Updated: 8/23/2011 02:03 PM

  Any way you slice it, the tomato is one confusing comestible.There's the whole identity crisis thing — is it a fruit or a vegetable? Here are what tomato lovers and experts have to say about some common misconceptions about this vine product.

Tall tales for tomato lovers

Updated: 8/22/2011 02:02 PM

  Randhurst started as a shopping center featuring The Fair Store, Wieboldt's and Carson, Pirie, Scott & Co. The mall opened Aug. 16, 1962. The Randhurst timeline continues from here.

History of Randhurst: a timeline

Updated: 8/23/2011 05:59 AM

  SPRINGFIELD — An effort to overhaul Illinois' troubled budget is under way.The "Budgeting for Results Commission" is supposed to report by Nov. 1 on the most important goals for state government and the best ways to pay for them.

Panel faces deadline for solution to Illinois budget

Updated: 8/23/2011 05:49 AM

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