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  Rheinhardt Harrison is such a typical, hyperactive 10-year-old suburban boy — loves basketball and Xbox, grossed out by onions and girls — that it’s easy to overlook that he is one of the fastest 10-year-old distance runners in...

Running provides a ‘sense of self’ to young athlete

Updated: 6/6/2014 03:33 PM

  Don Mauer dives into Michael Ruhlman’s new book “Egg: A Culinary Exploration of the World’s Most Versatile Ingredient.” (Little Brown, 2014) He says it's egg-actly the book you need to learn about cooking eggs. While...

Lean and lovin’ it: Celebrate eggs and the many ways to cook them

Updated: 6/11/2014 06:03 AM

  Regaining Mosul poses a daunting challenge for the Shiite prime minister. The city of about 1.4 milliion has a Sunni Muslim majority and many in the community are already deeply embittered against his Shiite-led government.

Militants overrun most of Mosul

Updated: 6/10/2014 10:04 PM

  The city will rename the Harvey Community Center to “The Dr. Maya Angelou Community Center of Harvey, Illinois.” Angelou died May 28 at age 86. She was known worldwide as a literary pioneer and civil rights champion.

Harvey to name community center after Maya Angelou

Updated: 6/10/2014 08:41 PM

  Hundreds of ex-offenders attended a “one-stop” expo hosted by the Illinois Department of Corrections on the state fairgrounds in Springfield. The “Summit of Hope” event was aimed at helping former inmates adjust to life...

Corrections department hosts ex-offender fair

Updated: 6/10/2014 07:54 PM

  The Wisconsin Vital Records Office is holding, but not processing, marriage licenses of gay couples who married after a federal judge overturned the state’s same-sex marriage ban.

Office holding Wisconsin gay marriage licenses

Updated: 6/10/2014 07:50 PM

  A new law overhauling two of Chicago’s pension systems is already November election fodder for Gov. Pat Quinn’s Republican challenger, but the issue could also ripple into Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s 2015 re-election bid.

Chicago pension overhaul could reverberate in 2015 election

Updated: 6/10/2014 07:48 PM

  The first honorary street sign installed in Libertyville was unveiled Tuesday for World War II veteran Don Carter. "What more can you say about Don? He's been involved in so much," Mayor Terry Weppler said.

Street sign honors Libertyville WWII veteran

Updated: 6/10/2014 07:18 PM

  Canadian National Railway officials pushed back against a warning from Sen. Dick Durbin who last week accused the railroad of ignoring the suburbs and ruining a plan to extend Amtrak to Galena.

CN fights back against Durbin’s safety claims

Updated: 6/10/2014 07:02 PM

  You'll regret it. You'll stew in traffic for hours. You'll waste gas. You'll miss your ballgame or concert. It's crazy. State officials gave multiple reasons to convince drivers to stay off the Kennedy Expressway near downtown Chicago this weekend...

Avoid the Kennedy this weekend, IDOT warns

Updated: 6/10/2014 06:53 PM

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