Kari Lydersen

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Is It Too Easy to Clobber a Cabbie? Is It Too Easy to Clobber a Cabbie? Walid Ziada’s fellow cabbies say his attackers are getting off lightly—despite a new state law intended to protect taxi drivers October 15, 2009
A Mining Tragedy Miners from around the country come to Chicago doctor Bob Cohen for help getting coal companies to pay black lung benefits. And though the disease is preventable, he can only expect to get busier. March 30, 2006
Illinois coal’s last stand Illinois coal’s last stand Even as people bemoan its environmental and health effects, the prospect of its demise sparks fear and nostalgia. June 15, 2016
Aldermania! January 30, 2003
Casts of Thousands These Parts--Artists from all over the world flock to a small foundry in Oregon, Illinois, to have their works bathed in bronze. June 05, 2003
Feel the Need for Speed? Satisfy it at your friendly neighborhood state-of-the-art drag strip. August 25, 2005

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