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- Remembering 9/11: Playing of ‘Taps’ in Naperville to remember naval officer killed at Pentagon
The simple playing of Taps marked the 9/11 memorial in Naperville, where hundreds of residents gathered along the downtown riverwalk to remember the attacks and a native son who died that day.
- Woman charged with forcing girl, 16, to have sex with men
A Chicago woman is accused of forcing a 16-year-old girl to have sex with strangers for money.
- Teen charged with shooting gang rival in back
A Chicago teen was ordered held Sunday without bail on suspicion he fatally shot a rival gang member in the back six months ago.
- Woman charged with killing ex-boyfriend’s new girlfriend
An 18-year-old Chicago woman was ordered held today on $500,000 bail on charges she fatally stabbed her ex-boyfriend’s new girlfriend earlier this month.
- Paralyzed victim of 1977 shooting on CTA bus dies
A North Side man paralyzed after being shot on a CTA bus in 1977 has died.
- Tougher charges weighed for texting suspect in crash death
Woman fails to show up in court, faces lawsuit
Prosecutors are considering more serious criminal charges against a Buffalo Grove woman now that the man they say she struck with her car — allegedly while looking at her cellphone — has died.
- Chicago Remembers 9/11
Ceremonies across the city mark the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks.
- Bears Versus Falcons: Fan Photos
Fans bear down for the season opener.
- PHOTOS: Fashion’s Night Out
Celebs, cocktails, Playboy models, fashion shows and shopping, shopping and more shopping.
- Dramatic Photos: Sept. 11 Anniversary
The 10-year anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks is remembered across the world.
- Dead Boy, 200+ Animals Found at Berwyn Home
Officials discovered massive case of animal hoarding after responding to call of a dead teen.
- Man Killed, Pot Uncovered When Car Crashes Into House
Driver said she was backing out of her driveway when her accelerator got stuck.
- Cleveland Indians Top Chicago White Sox 7-3
Ubaldo Jimenez threw six effective innings, Luis Valbuena homered and the Cleveland Indians beat the Chicago White Sox 7-3 on Sunday.
- Hoge’s Bears-Falcons Notebook: Forte Hoping Play Equals Pay
Without a new contract done, Matt Forte knows his long-term value will directly correlate with how he plays this season.
- U of Ill. Puts Law School Dean On Leave Over Data
University of Illinois officials say a law school dean of admissions is on administrative leave after the university received complaints that grade and standardized test data for the incoming class had been inflated on university literature.
- Bears Crush Falcons, 30-12
Brian Urlacher had an interception and returned a fumble for a touchdown, Jay Cutler threw for 312 yards and two scores and the Chicago Bears pounded Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons 30-12 on Sunday.
- White Sox Shelve Peavy For Season
White Sox starter Jake Peavy will not pitch again this season and the team hopes that rest will help the 2007 NL Cy Young Award winner return to full strength next year.
- Missing Teen Might Have Gone To Wisconsin
Police are searching for a missing 16-year-old girl from the Brighton Park neighborhood and they say she may have traveled to Wisconsin.
- A day of reflection across America
The names of the Sept. 11 dead, some recited by children barely old enough to remember their fallen mothers and fathers, echoed across ground zero Sunday in a haunting but hopeful tribute on the 10th anniversary of the terror attack. “Hope can grow from tragedy,” Vice President Joe Biden said at the Pentagon.
- 9/11/11 morning timeline: Scenes, flashbacks
NEW YORK — As the nation and the world mark the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, Associated Press journalists are tracking down the most salient details of the day, and capturing the mood, from ground zero to Afghanistan and everywhere in between. Here is a timeline of how the day is unfolded, together with occasional flashbacks to AP reports distributed on Sept. 11, 2001.
- Remembering Terkel’s wisdom on day of terror11
Ten years ago today, I was in the newsroom sitting next to Jack Mabley, watching the terror unfold on live TV, wiping away tears as I worried about my sister in Manhattan, wondering how my wife would handle this news with our twins in kindergarten and our toddler at home — and taking column notes as I talked on the phone with Studs Terkel, Burt Constable writes.
- Video: Suburban residents open up about 9/11 memories
Sept. 11, 2001 brought many suburban families to their knees. Now, a decade later, we spoke with some of the suburban residents directly impacted by the tragedy to see what they’ve learned. Their answers were slightly different, but they all agreed on one thing: Life can turn on a dime. Appreciate what you have.
- 10 years later: What we’ve learned in the aftermath of 9/11
Eleven people from the suburbs died on Sept. 11, and more than 60 suburban soldiers died in the subsequent war. Has the sadness and fear we’ve felt these past 10 years made us different? We talked with some of the suburban residents directly impacted by Sept. 11.