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A Christian high school hopes to keep its doors open by moving to northwest Indiana, a decision that has upset some parents and alumni who want the school to stay in the south suburbs.
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Since it died of hypothermia, can the deer be processed and donated to a food bank?
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Hey, really enjoyed your article for The Chicago Tribune. Would love to pitch you on a story. If you may be interested, my email is paulsonpetra at Gmail
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Mike and Margo Sembach hear the second year is harder.
Other parents who have lost children tell them this. The discussions posted on grief websites for parents say it too.
But the Sembachs don't understand how it can get any worse. They know Micalah, their only child, is gone. She and three other teens died in a car crash one year ago Tuesday on a rural road near Wilmington, about 60 miles southwest of Chicago. And every day her parents feel the loss.
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South suburban Christian school to move to Indiana
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A Christian high school hopes to keep its doors open by moving to northwest Indiana, a decision that has upset some parents and alumni who w

Year after crash killed 4 teens, Wilmington couple grieving
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Mike and Margo Sembach hear the second year is harder.

Airport arrests highlight baggage claim risks
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For a convicted thief like Anthony Hargrove, baggage carousels at Chicago's airports have apparently been an attractive target.

Arrest made in O'Hare guitar theft; instrument still missing
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Authorities have made an arrest in connection with the theft of a unique Indian guitar last week from Chicago’s O'Hare International Airport

Unique guitar taken at O'Hare; its owner gets lots of love in return
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A unique Indian guitar allegedly stolen from a touring musician at O'Hare International Airport Friday has inspired a flood of support, incl

Decomposed body of student found in University of Chicago dorm
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Police found the decomposed body of a 20-year-old University of Chicago student in his dorm room, authorities said.

Winnetka woman killed in NY hit-and-run 'was very unique soul'
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Sarah McCausland wanted to see and learn about the world around her. So, in high school, she traveled to Australia with her choir group. On

Books donated in slain diplomat's honor find a home
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The children's books stamped with Anne Smedinghoff 's name sat in cardboard boxes for several months in a River Forest church basement.

Absence of slain deacon weighs on South Side church
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For the parishioners of St. Philip Neri Catholic Church on Sunday, it was obvious in so many ways that Deacon Willie Cooper was gone.

Mentally Strong People: The 13 Things They Avoid
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Editors' Note: Following the huge popularity of this post, article source Amy Morin has authored a Dec. 3 guest post on exercises to increas

Authorities try to save deer stuck in Des Plaines river
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From the shore of the Des Plaines River, the firefighters could see the young buck's head poking out of the icy, cold water. No one knew how

Buck dies after being trapped in ice on Des Plaines River
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Firefighters pulled a young buck out of the Des Plaines River this morning in Willow Springs after it had somehow become trapped in the ice,

Mud from Fox River waterways to help build Little Village park
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What started as thick mud clogging the Fox River waterways is now freshly granulated soil that will soon cover the grounds of a Chicago park

Dog poop-scooping business takes page from
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Steve Heldenbrand stood beside the crime scene in southwest suburban Plainfield with a tiny spatula and a clear plastic vial in his hand. De

Victims group: Archdiocese should release files on accused priest
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Members of an advocacy group for people abused by priests delivered a letter to Cardinal Francis George on Thursday, demanding he release de

City continues to stand by hiring of priest accused of sexual abuse
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Seven years ago, the Archdiocese of Chicago removed the popular pastor of a southwest suburban church after he was accused of molesting two

Volunteers search for Lake Villa man, 33, who disappeared on way home
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Armed with dozens of fliers and copies of maps, more than 150 volunteers canvassed Wood Dale to Lake Villa on Sunday in search of Nicholas S

New management at McFetridge upsets some patrons
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Last month, Patricia Trudeau waited in line for hours at the McFetridge Sports Center to sign up her 11-year-old daughter for figure skating