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CHICAGO | Mayors of some of America's biggest cities said Thursday that cities, not Washington, D.C., are driving the country's economic growth.
CHICAGO | Barack Obama's journey from community organizer to lawmaker to president was also a journey through several different Chicagos, from the city's isolated and neglected Far South Side to its elite centers of political and social power.
CROWN POINT | After 20 minutes of deliberating Thursday, a jury found a Hammond woman guilty of two felony counts of neglect of a dependent related to the traumatic head injuries her 13-month-old child suffered Jan. 5, 2011, in her apartment.
Bottom line, now more than ever, there is no excuse not to get screened for colon cancer, doctors say.
A few days have passed since Richie Daley lit a fire under Northwest Indiana’s community leaders.
One of the many things that people in class got wound up about was Marc Antony's speech in Julius Caesar by Shakespeare, which Dr. Roach dissected on a rhetorical basis.
When Detroit filed for the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history, it called up recent memories of Gary going before the Distressed Unit Appeals Board year after year.
GARY | City department heads and employees will be donning casual clothes Aug. 20 to take part in a cleanup day at Roosevelt Park.
Nathan Woessner, the 6-year-old boy who was swallowed by a sand dune two weeks ago, has been released after four days of rehabilitative care at a Chicago children's hospital.
Don Reul, grandfather of Nathan Woessner, talks with the media about the condition of his grandson after he fell into a sinkhole at Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore.
CHICAGO | The coroner was standing by when they pulled the cold and lifeless 6-year-old boy from the sinkhole that suddenly swallowed him at the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore.
Dr. Tracy Koogler, medical director of the pediatric intensive care unit at the University of Chicago Medicine, discusses the condition of 6-year-old Nathan Woessner, who fell in a sink hole at Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore.
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GARY | The city of Gary on Thursday formally kicked off its Neighborhood Revitalization Project, an initiative that began, in part, last September with the help of University of Chicago graduate students, the Gary Common Council and community volunteers.
The work of college students to revitalize Gary and Hammond should be applauded.
University of Chicago student Ling Ge along with Gary Building commissioner Steven Marcus and Jack Eskin from NIRPC, right, do a parcel survey Saturday in Gary.
University of Chicago student Jocelyn Hare shows Gary resident Carol Smith how her smartphone app works Saturday before heading out to do a parcel survey in Gary.
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At first, Danita Johnson Hughes was a bit hesitant to take the lead at Edgewater Systems for Balanced Living in Gary.
Chicago’s Hyde Park has always been something of an urban oasis.
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