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Daily Horoscope for March 14, 2024 – Chicago Tribune

[ad_1] General Daily Analysis for March 14, 2024 A few surprising moments can happen on an otherwise quiet day. The Moon starts out in slow and steady Taurus, so we’re all ready to take things at a gentle pace, but then the Moon will conjunct Uranus and enter a square …

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DeMar DeRozan had an overtime spell against Indiana Pacers

[ad_1] INDIANAPOLIS — DeMar DeRozan never practices missed shots. So it was a foreign feeling when he deliberately tried to miss his second free throw with three seconds left with a two-point lead on the scoreboard at Gainbridge Fieldhouse on Wednesday. Alex Caruso offered some quick advice: Lift the ball …

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Here’s what you need to know about the potential TikTok ban

[ad_1] WASHINGTON — TikTok once again finds itself in a precarious situation as lawmakers in Washington advance a bill that could lead to a nationwide ban of the platform. The House on Wednesday passed a bill that would ban TikTok unless its China-based owner ByteDance sells its stake in the …

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Meet the 2023-24 Aurora-Elgin all-region girls basketball team

[ad_1] Players from Waubonsie Valley, which finished fourth in Class 4A, led the way, including seven college students from the area. first team Brooke CarlsonBatavia, senior, guard: He averaged 22.4 points, 3.7 rebounds, 2.5 assists and 3.9 steals. First team all-state. Two-time DuKane Conference player of the year. He is …

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Bonaventure 75, La Salle 73

[ad_1] NEW YORK — Mika Adams-Woods started against No. 7 seed St. Louis in the Atlantic 10 Conference Tournament played Wednesday night at Barclays Center. He had 15 points and 6 assists in St. Bonaventure’s 75-73 win over 10th-ranked La Salle. St. Bonaventure will face No. 2 seed Loyola in …

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Hunter Biden’s gun case may go to trial in June

[ad_1] WASHINGTON — Hunter Biden could go on trial in Delaware on federal firearms charges in June, amid his father’s reelection campaign. U.S. District Judge Maryellen Noreika set the tentative date in a brief phone hearing Wednesday, but is still considering several defense motions to throw out the case, which …

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Sunil Harjani confirmed as federal district court judge

[ad_1] The U.S. Senate on Tuesday voted 53-46 to confirm federal Magistrate Judge Sunil Harjani to become a federal district court judge for the Chicago-based Northern District of Illinois. Harjani, who was born in Joliet and earned undergraduate and law degrees from Northwestern University, will be the sixth judge appointed …

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Settlement deal deadlocked for former Indiana Dunes Tourism leader

[ad_1] Lorelei Weimer, the longtime executive director of Indiana Dunes Tourism, was in the first year of a three-year contract when she stepped back in January to pursue other interests. The tourism board approved a settlement agreement of about $220,000 for the remaining two years of his contract, along with …

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