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  Vladimir Putin, the former and next president of Russia, has long had a sharp-tongued prickliness about the United States. “Hooligan,” he snapped at one time. “Parasite” was his most recent description. When Putin, currently...

Putin expected to set tougher tone on U.S. relations

Updated: 10/1/2011 10:47 AM

  New electronic machines that allow players to make bets are raising concerns about a possible loophole in Indiana's gambling laws. The so-called “sweepstakes machines” allow users to buy Internet time and connect to online games like...

Online gaming machines may expose Indiana loophole

Updated: 10/1/2011 01:11 PM

  Heading into the 38th Annual Harland Invite hosted by Antioch, girls country runners knew they were going to have some major obstacles to overcome. Those "road blocks" on the 3-mile Fox River State Park course would also be referred to as very...

Marengo, Benet, Jacobs lead Harland team finish

Updated: 10/1/2011 06:47 PM

  Wheaton Academy takes on Marmion Academy at the home of the Cadets Saturday.

Images: Wheaton Academy vs. Marmion Academy football

Updated: 10/1/2011 06:10 PM

  The Hawks of Bartlett take on South Elgin on the Storm's new home turf Saturday.

Images: Bartlett vs. South Elgin football

Updated: 10/1/2011 04:09 PM

  The Batavia Bulldogs travelled to Geneva and were victorious over the Vikings in a clash of previously unbeaten conference rivals. Batavia won 46-34.

Images: Batavia vs. Geneva football

Updated: 10/1/2011 11:11 AM

  The Barrington Broncos fell to 4-2 with a 35-24 loss at Palatine. The Pirates improved their record to 5-1 in the Mid-Suburban West match-up.

Images: Palatine vs. Barrington football

Updated: 10/1/2011 11:11 AM

  Three TriCity Family Services programs are being offered in collaboration with the Geneva and Batavia park districts for fall. In addition, discussions are also under way for future seasons and for collaborating with the St. Charles Park District.

Family enrichment programs offered in Tri-Cities

Updated: 10/1/2011 11:47 AM

  Twenty years ago North Korea designated Rason as a special economic zone, but the leadership in Pyongyang spent the subsequent 19 years ignoring Rason’s potential. Only this year have North Korean officials delivered a new message, touting...

In North Korea port, investment starts to flow

Updated: 10/1/2011 12:35 AM

  Don't miss the chance to see multiple Grammy Award-winner and world-famous cellist Yo-Yo Ma closer to home when he performs a rare solo concert Saturday at North Central College's Wentz Concert Hall in Naperville. Or for a truly different...

Weekend picks: Yo-Yo Ma graces Naperville's Wentz Concert Hall

Updated: 9/29/2011 03:04 PM

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