Rosemary Sobol, chicagotribune.com

Rosemary Sobol

chicagotribune.com

Chicago, IL, United States

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Recent:
  • chicagotribune.com
Past:
  • Orlando Sentinel
  • Stars and Stripes
  • Los Angeles Times
  • The Union-Tribune
  • Sun Sentinel

Recent articles by Rosemary Regina:

Mariano’s worker arrested after shooting at another staffer during quarrel in Glenview grocery

Mariano’s worker arrested after shooting at another staffer during quarrel in Glenview grocery → Read More

Former cop from Robbins and Dixmoor charged with having more than 35 child porn videos, images, officials say

Tory Bridgeforth, 37 of Chicago Heights, has been charged with possession of child pornography videos of victims under 13, possession of child pornography videos of victims under 18, and possession of child pornography images of victims under 18. → Read More

Developmentally disabled man may lose sight, taste after shooting, says father, who witnessed the Back of the Yards attack

The 21-year-old man remains in critical condition but is “responding pretty well” a day after being shot in the head and shoulder, his dad said Thursday, a day after the father and son were shot at while waiting for a school bus. → Read More

Man out on bond for separate gun charge now accused of filing bogus police report after he and boy, 3, were shot on South Side, police say

A Chicago man remains in custody, accused of false reporting of a crime and several other felonies after a shooting that injured a 3-year-old boy and the man on Sunday on the South Side, police said. → Read More

3 young teens shot on West Side

Two 13-year-olds were shot in the hand while a 14-year-old was shot in the arm. → Read More

Cop and armed robbery suspect shot in Lombard, officials say

Lombard police Thursday evening responded to an "active" scene near Roosevelt Road and Main Street. → Read More

Halloween mass shooting victims in Chicago struggle to heal, call for more support

Three children among 14 people shot on Halloween night are moving on with their lives. → Read More

Cop shoots armed man who evaded traffic stop, refused to drop gun on West Side: police

Police shot a man who they say fled with a gun after officers attempted to pull him over on the West Side on Saturday evening. The shooting happened about 5:30 p.m. in the 600 block of North Central Park Avenue, according to Tom Ahern, a Chicago police spokesman. Officers had attempted to pull over a vehicle that had committed a traffic violation, but the driver evaded officers, Deputy Chief Ron… → Read More

Jewish human rights organization stands by statement that children on school bus were terrorized with antisemitic slurs

The alderman said late Thursday night that a notice from the school said the organization’s statement is incorrect. → Read More

Mother shot in thigh while son, 6, was nearby, recounts the horror of Halloween mass shooting as officials address the attack

Fourteen people, including three children, were shot in the drive-by mass shooting on the city's West Side. Another woman trying to flee the scene was struck by a vehicle as she was crossing a street, police said. → Read More

Lane Tech staff hold suspect until cops arrive after alleged sexual assault of student: prosecutors

Emmanuel Ortega-Garcia, 32, appeared Saturday before Cook County Judge Maryam Ahmad after being charged with criminal sexual assault and aggravated criminal sexual abuse, Cook County court records show. → Read More

Purple, Red Line CTA trains on the move with some delays after person fatally hit by train in Edgewater: officials

Red and Purple Line service on the CTA was suspended between Howard and Belmont Friday afternoon because of a medical emergency on the tracks in the Edgewater neighborhood, according to the transit agency. → Read More

Riverside-Brookfield HS teacher on paid leave following accusation he sexually abused, ‘groomed’ former student athlete

The PE teacher is accused of “grooming” a former student athlete and allegedly having a sexual relationship with her while he was a basketball coach at Elmwood Park High School more than a decade ago, according to a lawsuit filed last year in Cook County. → Read More

Chicago police shoot man inside West Side police station: officials

The shooting happened about 1 p.m. inside the West Side station, 3315 W. Ogden Ave., a Chicago Fire Department spokesman said. → Read More

Chicagoans affected by Hurricane Ian tell their stories; how you can help

In Chicago and across the Midwest, people are stepping up in support of those affected as recovery continues. → Read More

DePaul freshman and mayoral hopeful ‘didn’t mean to offend anyone’ by posting bogus notices that Rogers Park homeless were bound for hotel

Sarah Lim, who is planning on running for mayor of Chicago, said she taped the bogus notices so she could “get my name out there.” → Read More

Would-be kidnapper attacks 3 women in 30-minute crime spree in Loop on Sunday, prosecutors say

The 32-year-old man was charged with attempted kidnapping and two counts of aggravated battery in a public place, according to court records. → Read More

Suspect on bond for hours-earlier carjacking accused in brutal Chinatown beating, carjacking in April: prosecutors say

Arrest made in April attack on Jin Yut Lew, who was brutally beaten in Chinatown. → Read More

2 men, 2 women dead following police call to Oak Forest home that later burned

Four people are dead after police responded early Friday to a call of a domestic incident at an Oak Forest home that was later set on fire. → Read More

Cooper Roberts, 8, returns home and family at ‘total loss of words to express how filled with gratitude, love and wholeness we now feel’ after parade shooting

Cooper Roberts is back home after being shot during Highland Park Fourth of July parade → Read More