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Low-wage workers fight for increase

At 53 years old, Rosa Ramirez of Elgin has been working minimum-wage jobs to support herself and her family since they moved to the United States 20 years ago. For 22-year-old Ryan Foster, his low-wage income is essential to pay loans and get through college. More >

Nation & World

The Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute wants to build a pipeline to Hollywood

When Norman Lear received the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute’s first Pioneer Award in Los Angeles on June 8, the organization thanked him for his work on the revival of “One Day at a Time,” which stars Justina Machado as Penelope Alvarez, a single mother and vetera More >

Your Health

Feeling out of shape and fat?, then start walking

Diana Nyad — the endurance athlete who, at age 64, swam from Cuba to Florida — has another big dream.

It doesn’t involve water, poisonous jellyfish or an exhausting 111-mile journey that took her 53 hours. More >

Life & More

Author fills her home with inexpensive decor

Friends of mine would probably describe me as “crafty” and “creative.” But that’s just because they’re too polite to tell you the truth: I’m cheap. More >

Sports

South Elgin’s Gomez beats the best

Little draws the attention of a college recruiter to a high school baseball player quite like a peak playoff performance against top-level talent.

Take the show South Elgin junior pitcher Nate Gomez put on against highly regarded St. More >

Business

Why Apple is struggling to become an AI powerhouse

In 2011, Apple became the first company to place artificial intelligence in the pockets of millions of consumers when the firm’s co-founder Steve Jobs launched the voice assistant Siri on the iPhone. Eight years later, the technology giant is struggling to find its voice in AI. More >

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