Students Return Home From Uganda After Filmmaker DiesA bittersweet homecoming on Wednesday for Chicago students and others who knew local filmmaker David Steiner.
Documentary Filmmaker David Steiner Killed In Bus Crash In UgandaHe documented intense real-life dramas in Chicago and around the world. On Tuesday, friends and family were mourning the death of beloved local filmmaker David Steiner, who was killed in a bus crash while working in eastern Africa.
Chicago Filmmaker David Steiner Killed In Uganda Bus CrashChicago documentary filmmaker David J. Steiner was killed Monday in a bus crash in rural Uganda, a wreck that also injured his son and an Englewood teen who was traveling with them.
Gay Rights Advocates Protest Outside Ugandan Consulate Gay rights advocates - including a few Chicago ministers - stood in front of the Ugandan consulate on the South Side today to pray for a change in the way Uganda treats gays.
Chicago Woman Helps Human Trafficking Victims Start FreshA Chicago area businesswoman is proving all it takes to make a difference is a big heart. She's helped hundreds of women start their lives over again in the U.S., after they were victims of human trafficking halfway around the world.
Kirk: Islamic Fundamentalists May Take Over In EgyptSen. Mark Kirk (R-Ill.) says the U.S. may have gained an ally in Libya, but may also have paved the way for an Islamic Fundamentalist government in Egypt following popular uprisings the U.S. supported in the Arab spring.