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Tuesday, February 07, 2012

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Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Cardinal: Pfleger shifting to co-pastor of St. Sabina
Francis Cardinal George appears to be making changes that could result in Pastor Michael Pfleger's disassociation with St. Sabina Parish on Chicago's South Side.

Teacher from Hinsdale charged with sex abuse
A substitute teacher and freshman basketball coach at an Orland Park high school has been arrested, the DuPage County sheriff announced Tuesday.
Teen shot fatally inside Northlake home | VIDEO
A teenager was shot to death early Tuesday morning inside his Northlake home. Police say the shooting may be gang retaliation.
Hearing granted in cut-from-womb, triple murder case
A man convicted of killing a pregnant woman by cutting an unborn baby from her womb has had a judge grant him a new hearing.
Earthquake Drill: Midwest drops, covers, holds on | VIDEO
Thousands of people across the Chicago area prepared for a disaster Tuesday as part of an earthquake drill throughout the Midwest.
Parental rights of mom who abandoned baby revoked
The parental rights of a refugee who abandoned her newborn in a Chicago suburb have been terminated by a DuPage County judge.


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The Cost of Crime: Perteet's rehab journey The emotional battle of a young gunshot victim in Chicago has been waged for two years now, but you may not realize his tragedy ends up costing us all.

Perteet victim impact statement
Sansberry sentenced to 20 years in teen shooting
ABC7 Special: The Determination of Ondelee
Shooting victim honored with Blue Heart Award
Guilty verdict in case of teen paralyzed by gunshot

Make Magnolia Bakery's Whoopie pie at home Impress your Valentine this year with something other than a box of chocolates! You can make whoopie pies and attach special ''Be Mine'' notes. Magnolia Bakery shares its recipe for red velvet whoopie pies.

Red Velvet Cake, Cupcakes or Whoopie pies
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Tuesday, February 7, 2012
Will Santorum Surprise In Minnesota?
Susan G. Komen Head's Strong Defense Of Planned Parenthood In Memoir
Maldives President Quits After Weeks Of Protest
Warm Welcome For Russian Envoy Amid Shelling In Syria
Slavery Protection For Animals Debated In PETA's Historic Lawsuit Against SeaWorld
Jim Messina: We Will Not Play by Two Sets of Rules
The campaign has decided to do what we can, consistent with the law, to support Priorities USA in its effort to counter the weight of the GOP Super PAC.
Marlo Thomas: St. Jude at 50... And a Nation's Stamp of Approval
It's not every day that the federal government issues a postage stamp with your dad's picture on it. But our dad was not your every day kind of guy. On February 16, the U.S. Postal Service will officially release the new Danny Thomas stamp.
Ned Brody: Returning the Favor: Learning to Love Our Parents Unconditionally
My mother was more likely to break an arm chasing after us (which she did) than receive the embrace of a loving son. But the more I thought about it, the more I realized that my upbringing wasn't the reason my love for her came with conditions.
Evan Shapiro: Who Shot JR? Who Cares?
Not only are smart, complex series like Homeland, Louie, Breaking Bad and Downton Abbey getting on TV, they're finding sizable audiences. Why, then, does the industry feel compelled to play it safe -- dusting off old titles and recycling old ideas?
Keli Goff: 7 Lessons From Komen-Gate: What the Komen Controversy Taught Us About Race, Class and Cancer
It's been a whirlwind week for the Susan G. Komen Foundation, Planned Parenthood and any woman or man who cares about both organizations. Regardless of where you stand on the issue, there are lessons all of us who care about women's health and social change can glean from this saga.