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18-Year-Old Shot 'Several Times' In Howard Street Sandwich Shop
EVANSTON, IL — Chicago police are investigating the shooting of a teenager who was shot several times at a sandwich shop on Howard Street Thursday afternoon, just across the Evanston border. Police said an 18-year-old man was standing inside an eatery in ...
Varsity Theater Block Among State's 'Most Endangered' Places
EVANSTON, IL — The Varsity Theater block in down Evanston was included among the most threatened historically significant structures in the state, as Landmarks Illinois released Wednesday its 2018 Most Endangered Places list. Without any landmark ...
Ted Kimbrough, who led Chicago schools through reform of early 1990s, dead at 83
He was 83. Born Theopolis Dudley Kimbrough in Chicago, he grew up on Dodge Avenue in Evanston. After deliveries from the milkman, he liked to zip around the neighborhood sipping the cream off the tops of milk bottles. He went to Evanston Township High ...
DONATIONS STILL NEEDED FOR FUNDRAISER TO BENEFIT TERMINALLY ILL 7 YR OLD
Tickets can be purchased at newgenes.org/news. (Posted by kira.bigwood, Community Contributor) Community Contributor kira.bigwood EVANSTON, IL (April 23, 2018) - Local foundation New Genes Inc., invites the community to their New Genes for Harry silent ...
New Study Characterizes Proteins Resulting from RAS Gene Mutations
Evanston, IL (Scicasts) — When a RAS gene operates normally, it acts as an on/off switch for cell signalling to control cell proliferation. But when the gene mutates, the switch jams into the "on" position, allowing cells to proliferate uncontrollably.