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Lollapalooza opens in Chicago: Scenes from Day 1 from the entrance to the T-Mobile stage

2 monthes ago   |   By Chicago Tribune

Crowds of a few dozen young concertgoers congregated at the Lollapalooza entrances well before 11 a.m. Few masks were seen.
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Iowa farming community harvests crops for family of late farmer who passed...

Iowa farming community harvests crops for family of late farmer who passed in September

The group is harvesting nearly 1,000 acres of land over the course of a weekend. Read more ...

Kenyan Olympian's Killing Exposes Surge of Violence Against Women

Agnes Jebet Tirop, 25, a rising running star, was stabbed to death in her home this month. Her husband has been arrested. Read more ...

Bomb Cyclone Forces Ironman California Cancellation, NFL Teams Prepare for...

Some have predicted that the storm could be the worst ever seen in the northwest region of the U.S. Read more ...

Pompeo says he hopes Biden is serious about defending Taiwan

Pompeo says he hopes Biden is serious about defending Taiwan

Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said he hopes President Biden was serious about defending Taiwan if China invades the island nation and that it wasn't a "random comment." Read more ...

Woman found outside Long Island home with fatal stab wounds: cops

Woman found outside Long Island home with fatal stab wounds: cops

A woman died after she was found with multiple stab wounds on the front lawn of her Long Island home, police said Sunday. Cops found Meghan Kiefer, 27, with the injuries... Read more ...

Lions sticking with Jared Goff despite miserable start

Lions sticking with Jared Goff despite miserable start

Despite public frustration toward Jared Goff, Lions head coach Dan Campbell isn't ready to go away from his starting quarterback. Read more ...

Dog who spent almost half her life at an animal shelter gets adopted

Dog who spent almost half her life at an animal shelter gets adopted

A dog that had spent almost half her life in an animal shelter was adopted Thursday. Read more ...

2,000 migrants continue walk through southern Mexico

A group of about 2,000 mainly Central American migrants have continued their mass exodus from the southern Mexico city of Tapachula, reaching a town about 16 miles away Read more ...

Siena College mourns student found Sunday

The Siena College community is mourning the unexpected death of a junior who was discovered at his residence Sunday morning. The student was a marketing major from Madison... Read more ...

'Why do we just live to die?' Principals fight to protect students in city...

One principal shared a text from a high school senior: "I just lost four friends in a month. Why do we just live to die? It's like there is no way out of this." Read more ...