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50 states, 50 marathons: One Wheaton runner’s 22-year pursuit

When Wheaton resident Paul Mansour ran the Chicago Marathon for the first time in 2002, he didn’t know yet that it would be the beginning of a 22-year journey that would ...

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Two injured in ‘gang-related’ shooting in Prospect Heights

Two people suffered gunshot wounds in what police are calling a gang-related shooting late Saturday in Prospect Heights.

5 things to know about Memorial Day, including its evolution and controversies

NORFOLK, Va. — Memorial Day is supposed to be about mourning the nation’s fallen service members, but it’s come to anchor the unofficial start of summer and a long weeken...

Bob Oswald

Facts Matter: Agent serving papers to Giuliani didn’t first sing to former mayor

In this week’s Facts Matter column, Bob Oswald examines claims that an Arizona official sang before serving a notice of indictment on Rudy Giuliani, an expert witness was not allowed to testify in Donald Trump’s New York City trial, a video showed the cabin of an airline flight caught in severe turbulence and more.

Prospect’s Meg Peterson, left, takes the baton from Lily Ginsberg in the 3,200-meter relay during the Class 3A girls state track and field finals on Saturday, May 18, 2024 in Charleston.

Jim O'Donnell: On a weekend all about valor, Danica, Caitlin and a prep runner boost the edges

THE ORIGINAL INTENT WAS to sing a simple song about a trio of athletes who have never appeared together. They are Danica Patrick, Caitlin Clark and Lily Ginsberg. Pat...

Kitchen fire damages Naperville townhouse; No injuries reported

No injuries were reported Sunday after Naperville firefighters extinguished a blaze in the kitchen of a townhouse, officials said. According to the Naperville Fire Depart...

Ex-DuPage prosecutor charged with threatening state legislators on social media

A former DuPage County assistant state’s attorney has been charged with threatening two state legislators.

A controversial quote in Glenbrook South High School’s yearbook, Etruscan, has prompted an investigation by school and district officials.

Glenbrook South officials investigating yearbook quote from student ‘happy’ about Oct. 7 attacks on Israel

A quote in the Glenbrook South High School yearbook that could be viewed as celebrating the Oct. 7 Hamas attack has come under scrutiny.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

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