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Is Joakim Noah Done With The Chicago Bulls?

Say it ain’t so Joakim!

The Chicago Sun-Times is reporting that the 6’11 Chicago Bulls center has told his teammates that he’s down with the team once he’s a free agent later on this summer. 59 more words

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Woman Who Supplied Gun ID’d In 14-Year-Old Endia Martin’s Fatal Shooting

The mother of a 16-year-old girl accused of fatally shooting Endia Martin, 14, identified Vandetta Redwood to police as the woman who gave her daughter the murder weapon, according to a filing entered into federal court on Tuesday via the… 331 more words

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Woman Who Supplied Gun ID’d In 14-Year-Old Endia Martin’s Fatal Shooting

The mother of a 16-year-old girl accused of fatally shooting Endia Martin, 14, identified Vandetta Redwood to police as the woman who gave her daughter the murder weapon, according to a filing entered into federal court on Tuesday via the… 331 more words

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Woman Who Supplied Gun ID’d In 14-Year-Old Endia Martin’s Fatal Shooting

The mother of a 16-year-old girl accused of fatally shooting Endia Martin, 14, identified Vandetta Redwood to police as the woman who gave her daughter the murder weapon, according to a filing entered into federal court on Tuesday via the… 331 more words

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Two Chicago Area Elementary Students Have The Best Handwriting In The Nation!

And so it is written….

While my handwriting is pretty much illegible, these two students have the best handwriting in the nation.

According to The Sun-Times, Elmwood Park Elementary School first grader Donald Yu won Grand National Grade Level Champion for first graders. 63 more words

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Teaching the Agony of Ethical Dilemmas at DePaul

By Casey Bukro

“There is real agony to ethical dilemmas as we strive to be both competitive and excellent,” said Carol Marin, one of Chicago’s most respected journalists, as she launched DePaul University’s… 1,329 more words

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Supreme Court Nominee Merrick Garland Is Coming Back To His Alma Mater Niles West

Back in the 1960’s, Merrick Garland was just another student at Niles West High School.

Another student that was named most intelligent and valedictorian, but another student none the less. 79 more words

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