The now-37-year-old woman, referred to as Jane, was the central figure in Kelly’s 2008 state court trial but declined to testify then. That trial ended with Kelly’s acquittal.
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No matter what numbers you look at, the White Sox starter ranks among the very best in baseball this season.
DePaul professors Windsor Aguirre and Thiru Ramaraj are collaborating on fish genomes.
In another attack, a 71-year-old woman was shot inside a home in Auburn Gresham.
The woman, 26, was in a parked car with a man who fired a gun during an argument, police said. She was hospitalized in fair condition and the man was arrested.
The four were in the 5200 block of South Green Street when someone opened fire. All were taken to a hospital in good condition.
Daily conversations with older woman were great for stay-at-home mom, but now that she’s back at work, it’s time to cut back.
Now 37, the woman, referred to in court as Jane, told jurors Thursday that she had been sexually abused “hundreds” of times by Kelly but lied to protect the singer.
The men were in the 7100 block of South Bennett Avenue when someone in a black sedan opened fire, police said.
Illinois requires K-12 students to provide proof of vaccination against a dozen diseases but not the coronavirus.
The Bears’ pass rush looked good with Quinn and Al-Quadin Muhammad playing together for the first time. Matt Eberflus misses a challenge opportunity. And Trevor Siemian has looked competent as the backup quarterback.
The incident occurred just north of downtown Highland Park near Elm Place, according to Metra officials.
Even if Chicagoans want to support and get on board with investing in a better, more environmentally friendly CTA, if they are too scared to use public transit, they won’t.
Reigning champion Sky facing elimination after dropping Game 1 to No. 7 New York Liberty: ‘We’ll respond’
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CPS says it’s ready for the worst. But the district also wants to take a “holistic” approach to safety that addresses students’ worrisome behavior by seeking the root causes.
Jeremy Fears Jr. is coming home. The Joliet native will return to Joliet West for his senior year.
“Our hope is that people will be inspired by what they see and encouraged to see a new normal,” said LUV Institute Executive Director Cosette Wilburn.
Sgt. Michael Vitellaro faces charges of official misconduct and aggravated battery in the July 1 confrontation, according to the Park Ridge police.
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The Cubs played a makeup game in Baltimore on Thursday to wrap up a seven-game road trip.
It is the Republicans who are completely politicizing the rule of law by declaring that any accountability for their master is ipso facto illegitimate.
The drownings come days after an accident in the Playpen over the weekend when a boat reversed into a raft, knocking off several people and severing a woman’s feet.
The girl was with a woman in the 6600 block of North Damen Avenue Wednesday morning when a person approached and grabbed the child and started running, police said.
Madrigal entered play Thursday hitting .313, with a .421 on-base percentage this month.
I enjoy my job and want to stay on the road, but I am in a tough spot. Dozens of workers have been victims of carjackings and assaults. App companies aren’t doing enough to keep drivers safe.
Rather than burying history, City Hall should recognize the complex and continuing legacy of Columbus.
Girardi, a Cubs draft pick in 1986, will join Jon Sciambi and Jim Deshaies in the booth for the three-game series with the Brewers that begins Friday.