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Lisa Black
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Attended Dominican University
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  • Chicago Tribune
    reporter, 1996 - present
  • Fort Worth Star-Telegram
    reporter, 1987 - 1996
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Arlington, Texas
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1717 North Penny Lane Suite 3, Schaumburg, IL 60173
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Reporter at Chicago Tribune
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Lisa Black has worked as a journalist for the Chicago Tribune since 1996. She formerly worked as a reporter for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. She grew up in Libertyville, Illinois. She attended the University of Texas at Arlington and Dominican University, based in River Forest.
Education
  • Dominican University
    social work, 2007 - 2009
  • University of Texas at Arlington
    journalism, 1984 - 1987
  • Libertyville High School
    1977 - 1981
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Mundelein grad who had brain tumor returning to stage
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A week before students were scheduled to perform the musical “The Secret Garden” at Mundelein High School, one of the lead actors was missin

Exonerated man plagued by sex assault accusation
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As Malik Dervisevic huddled in a small jail cell — tired, hungry and frantic after hours of interrogation and no contact with his family — h

Millennials want more out of work
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My son started his first job in the chemistry field a year ago, right out of college, and was seemingly successful at it — until the day he

Death of 'Alice' a personal loss to 1970s generation
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Alice died, and I feel as if I've lost a family member.

Teen enters plea in fatal 'huffing' crash, but faces trial on more serio...
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A Highland Park woman accused of "huffing" a cleaning product before a crash that killed a 5-year-old girl pleaded guilty this morning to re

Triple murder trial to begin Tuesday
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Five years have passed since the slaying of Jeff Engelhardt's 18-year-old sister, father and grandmother in the family's Hoffman Estates hom

Lake Forest High ex-staffer pleads guilty to sexual abuse of 2 students
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A former Lake Forest High School theater manager pleaded guilty today to two counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse for inappropriate co

Slaying victim Amber Creek's family speaks out
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Robert Creek slept through the night for the first time in years after police recently told him they had made an arrest in the killing of hi

Lewd jokes part of job, Lake County deputy says
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A hearing to determine whether a Lake County sheriff's lieutenant will keep his job has provided an unfiltered glimpse into the police agenc

Tenant leaves trail of lawsuits
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Anja Hertel said her nightmare began with the stench of rotting food, and the growing horror that the stranger who lived upstairs was not go

How not to end up on the houseguest black list
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Our summer houseguest promised to send us a bottle of wine from his country after he arrived home.

Waukegan man charged with making racially offensive radio transmissions
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An amateur ham radio operator from Waukegan was arrested Tuesday after authorities said he breached security and used racially offensive lan

Troopers pack hearing on trucker charged in fatal crash
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A murmur went through a Skokie courtroom this morning as some 50 uniformed state police troopers turned to look as Wisconsin truck driver An

Tribune Voices: Boycott choices a mix of outrage, ignorance, hypocrisy
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I haven't eaten at a Jimmy John's for more than two years, and I admit, it hurts.

Igniting controversy, author endorses moderate drinking while pregnant
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University of Chicago economist Emily Oster approached her pregnancy much like she does her job, challenging assumptions and evaluating data

Woman battling Blue Cross over child support
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All Jill Vaughn wanted was her child support payments to arrive on time.

'The whole world had shut the door to them'
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Ralph Cohn slept in a crib during the first 10 years of his life, living with his parents in a single cramped room with a small charcoal coo

Friendly fire leads to medal for Marine ... and no hard feelings
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Shortly after sunrise, Marine Cpl. Luis C. Garcia and the sniper team were already on edge, having spotted some unusual activity from their

Young new workers: So green, so naive, so inspiring
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Fresh off a plane, my son was giddy with excitement over his first official business trip.

Remains of fallen Arizona firefighter coming home
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Hundreds of firefighters will pay their respects this week to a former Beach Park resident who was among 19 firefighters who died while batt