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At least $220,000 in platinum, gold and silver bars, and coins were stolen from a 72-year-old, legally blind northwest Indiana woman, and the couple accused of looting her home under the guise of caring for her each face up to eight years in prison.
The owner of a popular coin shop in Evanston has been jailed, on allegations some of his biggest customers were crooks, and he knew it.
Some lucrative loot was discovered in the western suburbs as federal agents carried out a major drug investigation.
The treasure trove of former Chicago Outfit hitman Frank Calabrese Sr. goes on the auction block next month.
Chicago’s literary history lives largely in its stories and structures, two things that are often intertwined in urban literature. Here’s a selection of notable sites of literary history in and around Chicago.
If you’re thinking of buying or selling gold, WBBM Newsradio 780′s Mike Krauser has some advice from an expert.
The Field Museum is giving visitors what might be described literally as a golden opportunity. PHOTO GALLERY