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Cooper's hawk or peregrine falcon? How you can tell
By Mark Spreyer
Feb 19, 2018 11:42 AM
Many a suburban bird feeding station has been visited by an enterprising Cooper's hawk. Of course, they aren't feeding on seed, but on the seed eaters.
Palatine girl honored for work on behalf of pediatric cancer research
By Bob Susnjara
Feb 19, 2018 5:30 AM
Inoperable cancerous brain tumors and other health problems aren't stopping Rosie Colucci from spending countless hours raising awareness and money for research. Those efforts have earned the Palatine girl a prestigious national honor.
Protecting kids from their parents' food issues
By Carolyn Hax
Feb 19, 2018 8:15 AM
Carolyn Hax says both parents need to handle their own food hangups so it doesn't affect their children.
Yenko name lives on in 1,000-horsepower Camaro
By Matt Avery
Feb 19, 2018 6:00 AM
Don Yenko made quite a name for himself, crafting custom, high-powered Camaros out of his Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, Chevy dealership. Decades later, his legacy lives on, thanks to Specialty Vehicle Engineering Inc.
Wardrobe issues causes Olympic stress for French skaters
By DAVE SKRETTA
Feb 19, 2018 7:00 AM
Gabriella Papadakis had her costume come undone at the neck at the start of her short program with partner Guillaume Cizeron at the Pyeongchang Olympics.
London Fashion: Erdem shows fancy florals; Kane goes for sex
By GREGORY KATZ
Feb 19, 2018 11:59 AM
Highlights from Monday's events at London Fashion Week include Erdem at the National Portrait Gallery and Christopher Kane at the Tate Britain Museum
Thor! The Wild Goat of West Dundee
Submitted by Mark Devino
Feb 19, 2018 10:59 AM
Just over a year ago, I got some nice photos of "Thor! The elusive goat" of West Dundee. This Sunday, I found him again, bedded down with a small group of deer.
Why not offering paid sick leave makes flu season worse, hurts bottom line
Feb 18, 2018 1:00 AM
Without paid sick leave, workers have a choice to make: go to work sick, or stay home and forgo pay. That's a problem not just for those workers, but also for their fellow workers and commuters whom they expose to their illness. While employers might balk at the costs of offering paid sick leave, research suggests paid sick days might effectively pay for themselves by reducing overall rates of absenteeism.
Suburban nature lovers join Great Backyard Bird Count
By Chacour Koop
Feb 19, 2018 6:55 AM
Suburban nature enthusiasts joined the global Great Backyard Bird Count over the weekend to help track patterns and trends in where birds roost during the winter.
Ten tips to get you gardening at the end of February
Feb 18, 2018 6:00 AM
Think February isn't a gardening month? Here are 10 tasks perfect for a late-winter beginning to your gardening season.
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