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1. 01-02 Candidates seek caucus votes Iowa
01-03 Huckabee and Obama take Iowa wins Iowa
D. 01-12 Packers move on to NFC Championship Green Bay, Wisconsin
E. 01-13 Colts stunned by Chargers, 28-24 Indiana
5. 01-15 Romney claims Michigan 'victory' U. S. Midwest
G. 01-20 New York edged Green Bay 23-20 in OT Wisconsin
H. 02-02 Five women killed in shopping center Chicago
I. 02-07 Six die in attack on city council meeting St Louis, Missouri
9. 02-09 Obama takes poll clean sweep USA

Summary.     Click for More > US car firms ask for $25bn aid  The bosses of Ford, GM and Chrysler, have asked Congress for a $25bn bail-out and warned of broader risks to the US economy Clinton named secretary of state   Illinois governor seized in probe  Rod Blagojevich has been arrested by federal agents and charged with conspiring to get benefits through his authority to appoint a senator US car bail-out fails in Senate Accused governor to fight charges
Huckabee and Obama take Iowa wins Obama takes poll clean sweep Obama wins Wisconsin primary poll Democrats meet in crucial debate Clinton takes key primary polls Kansas pulled away victory in NCAA Severe storms kill 18 in two U.S. states Obama winner of Democratic race   Democratic presidential candidate has earned enough delegates to clinch his party's nomination, US media have projected Detroit claims Stanley Cup over Pittsburgh Senator Joe Biden is Obama's choice   McCain picks woman running mate  Republican presidential hopeful has picked Sarah Palin, the female governor of Alaska, as his surprise running mate Hurricane hits Republican plans Bush backs McCain for president Palin makes convention debut McCain vows to shake up Washington Biden and Palin meet in TV debate Obama wins battleground Ohio Barack Obama wins presidential election
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Candidates seek caucus votes   Huckabee and Obama take Iowa wins  Mike Huckabee has won Republican caucuses, the first nominating contest of the 2008 US presidential election Romney claims Michigan 'victory' New York edged Green Bay 23-20 in OT Five women killed in shopping center Six die in attack on city council meeting   Obama takes poll clean sweep   Democratic presidential hopeful has won caucuses in Nebraska and Washington, as voters in 4 states choose their presidential candidates Obama set for clear Maine victory University gunman kills five Adventurer Fossett declared dead   Obama wins Wisconsin primary poll  Barack Obama is projected to take a primary vote in Wisconsin, a blow to Hillary Clinton. McCain is projected to win for the Republicans   Democrats meet in crucial debate Map of Cleveland Ohio  Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama have begun a debate by attacking each other's tactics, each saying they stand for universal healthcare States to hold crucial ballots   Clinton takes key primary polls  Hillary has revived her campaign for the presidency with projected primary election wins in Texas, Ohio and Rhode Island Mayor charged in SMS scandal Bush praises Baghdad's Shiite offensive Kansas pulled away victory in NCAA  Chalmers' 3-pointer with 2.1 seconds left in regulation put the game in OT, and Kansas become first national champion since 20 years ago Last big primaries for Democrats H. Clinton narrowly won Indiana primary Severe storms kill 18 in two U.S. states  Tornadoes and other severe weather swept across Oklahoma and Missouri. A tornado touched down in Ottawa County, killing six people Wings advance to Cup finals Dixon drove to his first Indy 500 victory Boston back in NBA finals over Pistons   Obama winner of Democratic race


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Jan.13  Colts stunned by Chargers, 28-24
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 Legendary quarterback Favre to retire
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Apr.5  Kansas 84, North Carolina 66
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May.1  Wings bury Avs in four straight
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May.13  Pistons eliminate Magic in five games
May.18  Celtics ousted Cavs 97-92 in Game 7
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  Democratic presidential candidate has earned enough delegates to clinch his party's nomination, US media have projected
 On the final day of primary voting, Obama won the day's other primary, in Montana. Hillary Clinton, who is winning South Dakota, has refused to concede the election
Jun.4     Detroit claims Stanley Cup over Pittsburgh  The Red Wings won the Cup for the fourth time in 11 seasons with a 3-2 victory over the Penguins in Game 6 of the finals

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Jul.13 Anheuser-Busch agrees to InBev sale


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Aug.2 Nadal set to overtake Federer as No. 1
Aug.3 Singh wins his first World Championship Aug.6 Packers to send Favre to New York Aug.22     Senator Joe Biden is Obama's choice   US Democratic presidential hopeful is set to reveal his vice-presidential running mate ahead of a rally Aug.29     McCain picks woman running mate
  Republican presidential hopeful has picked Sarah Palin, the female governor of Alaska, as his surprise running mate.    Palin, 44, is younger than Barack Obama and is credited with reforms during her first term. She may have...
Aug.31     Hurricane hits Republican plans   The Republican party's convention has been scaled back as nearly 2m people flee Hurricane Gustav. McCain said it was no time for party polit...

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Sep.2     Bush backs McCain for president   President George Bush has praised John McCain's service and leadership in a speech to the Republican convention Sep.3     Palin makes convention debut
  John McCain's running mate has walked on stage to a rapturous reception to deliver a key speech at the Republican convention Sep.4 Palin takes battle to Democrats     McCain vows to shake up Washington
Map of St Paul Minnesota  John McCain said he's prepared to reach across the aisle to get the country 'back on the road to prosperity and peace'

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Oct.2     Biden and Palin meet in TV debate   The two vice-presidential candidates have traded blows on the economic crisis, taxes, climate change and Iraq in their first TV debate Oct.14 Double murderer Cooey executed
Oct.24 Mother, brother of actress Hudson killed

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Nov.4   Obama wins battleground Ohio  CNN projects that Barack Obama will win Ohio, a key battleground state with 20 electoral votes   Barack Obama wins presidential election
  As polls closed on the West coast, the senator was projected to receive enough electoral votes to pass the 270-vote threshold
  Obama is projected to win California, Washington, Oregon, Hawaii and Virginia. Democratic Senator says 'change has come to America', after being elected the first black president of the United States
Nov.18   US car firms ask for $25bn aid
  The bosses of Ford, GM and Chrysler, have asked Congress for a $25bn bail-out and warned of broader risks to the US economy.    The United Auto Workers is willing to make key concessions to help the Detroit Three carmakers secure vita...


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Dec.1     Clinton named secretary of state
  US President-elect Barack Obama has nominated his former rival Hillary Clinton as his secretary of state Dec.2 US carmakers publish rescue plans Dec.9     Illinois governor seized in probe
  Rod Blagojevich has been arrested by federal agents and charged with conspiring to get benefits through his authority to appoint a senator
Dec.11   US car bail-out fails in Senate  A $14bn bail-out package for the beleaguered US car industry has died after failing to get enough support in a procedural vote Dec.17 Chrysler plants close for a month Dec.19     Accused governor to fight charges  Scandal-hit Illinois Governor Blagojevich has told reporters he is innocent of any crime and will not be resigning his position Dec.23 Obama cleared by internal review Dec.30 Obama rejects Senate replacement


Adventurer Fossett declared dead Severe storms kill 18 in two U.S. states  Tornadoes and other severe weather swept across Oklahoma and Missouri. A tornado touched down in Ottawa County, killing six people Anheuser-Busch agrees to InBev sale Mother, brother of actress Hudson killed US car firms ask for $25bn aid




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  The bosses of Ford, GM and Chrysler, have asked Congress for a $25bn bail-out and warned of broader risks to the US economy.    The United Auto Workers is willing to make key concessions to help the Detroit Three carmakers secure vita...
Dec.2 US carmakers publish rescue plans
Dec.11 US car bail-out fails in Senate  A $14bn bail-out package for the beleaguered US car industry has died after failing to get enough support in a procedural vote Dec.17 Chrysler plants close for a month



Midwest, 2008 Sports Timeline ... See World Sports timeline Top ^
2008 Jan.12  Packers move on to NFC Championship Jan.13  Colts stunned by Chargers, 28-24 Jan.20 New York edged Green Bay 23-20 in OT
Mar.4  Legendary quarterback Favre to retire Apr.5  Kansas 84, North Carolina 66 Apr.7 Kansas pulled away victory in NCAA  Chalmers' 3-pointer with 2.1 seconds left in regulation put the game in OT, and Kansas become first national champion since 20 years ago May.1  Wings bury Avs in four straight May.2  Cavaliers win series over Wizards May.13  Pistons eliminate Magic in five games May.18  Celtics ousted Cavs 97-92 in Game 7 May.19 Wings advance to Cup finals May.25 Dixon drove to his first Indy 500 victory May.30 Boston back in NBA finals over Pistons Jun.4   Detroit claims Stanley Cup over Pittsburgh  The Red Wings won the Cup for the fourth time in 11 seasons with a 3-2 victory over the Penguins in Game 6 of the finals Aug.2 Nadal set to overtake Federer as No. 1 Aug.3 Singh wins his first World Championship Aug.6 Packers to send Favre to New York



Midwest, 2008 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2008 Feb.2 Five women killed in shopping center
Feb.7 Six die in attack on city council meeting Feb.14 University gunman kills five Mar.24 Mayor charged in SMS scandal Oct.14 Double murderer Cooey executed Oct.24 Mother, brother of actress Hudson killed Dec.9   Illinois governor seized in probe
  Rod Blagojevich has been arrested by federal agents and charged with conspiring to get benefits through his authority to appoint a senator
Dec.19   Accused governor to fight charges  Scandal-hit Illinois Governor Blagojevich has told reporters he is innocent of any crime and will not be resigning his position



Midwest, 2008 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2008 Jan.2 Candidates seek caucus votes Jan.3   Huckabee and Obama take Iowa wins
  Mike Huckabee has won Republican caucuses, the first nominating contest of the 2008 US presidential election Jan.15 Romney claims Michigan 'victory' Feb.9   Obama takes poll clean sweep   Democratic presidential hopeful has won caucuses in Nebraska and Washington, as voters in 4 states choose their presidential candidates Feb.10 Obama set for clear Maine victory Feb.15 Adventurer Fossett declared dead Feb.19   Obama wins Wisconsin primary poll  Barack Obama is projected to take a primary vote in Wisconsin, a blow to Hillary Clinton. McCain is projected to win for the Republicans Feb.26   Democrats meet in crucial debate
Map of Cleveland Ohio  Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama have begun a debate by attacking each other's tactics, each saying they stand for universal healthcare Mar.3 States to hold crucial ballots Mar.4   Clinton takes key primary polls  Hillary has revived her campaign for the presidency with projected primary election wins in Texas, Ohio and Rhode Island Mar.24 Mayor charged in SMS scandal Mar.27 Bush praises Baghdad's Shiite offensive May.6 Last big primaries for Democrats May.6 H. Clinton narrowly won Indiana primary Jun.3   Obama winner of Democratic race
  Democratic presidential candidate has earned enough delegates to clinch his party's nomination, US media have projected
 On the final day of primary voting, Obama won the day's other primary, in Montana. Hillary Clinton, who is winning South Dakota, has refused to concede the election
Aug.22   Senator Joe Biden is Obama's choice   US Democratic presidential hopeful is set to reveal his vice-presidential running mate ahead of a rally Aug.29   McCain picks woman running mate
  Republican presidential hopeful has picked Sarah Palin, the female governor of Alaska, as his surprise running mate.    Palin, 44, is younger than Barack Obama and is credited with reforms during her first term. She may have...
Aug.31   Hurricane hits Republican plans   The Republican party's convention has been scaled back as nearly 2m people flee Hurricane Gustav. McCain said it was no time for party polit... Sep.2   Bush backs McCain for president   President George Bush has praised John McCain's service and leadership in a speech to the Republican convention Sep.3   Palin makes convention debut  John McCain's running mate has walked on stage to a rapturous reception to deliver a key speech at the Republican convention Sep.4 Palin takes battle to Democrats
Sep.4   McCain vows to shake up Washington Map of St Paul Minnesota  John McCain said he's prepared to reach across the aisle to get the country 'back on the road to prosperity and peace' Oct.2   Biden and Palin meet in TV debate   The two vice-presidential candidates have traded blows on the economic crisis, taxes, climate change and Iraq in their first TV debate Nov.4 Obama wins battleground Ohio  CNN projects that Barack Obama will win Ohio, a key battleground state with 20 electoral votes Nov.4 Barack Obama wins presidential election
  As polls closed on the West coast, the senator was projected to receive enough electoral votes to pass the 270-vote threshold
  Obama is projected to win California, Washington, Oregon, Hawaii and Virginia. Democratic Senator says 'change has come to America', after being elected the first black president of the United States
Nov.18 US car firms ask for $25bn aid
  The bosses of Ford, GM and Chrysler, have asked Congress for a $25bn bail-out and warned of broader risks to the US economy.    The United Auto Workers is willing to make key concessions to help the Detroit Three carmakers secure vita...
Dec.1   Clinton named secretary of state  US President-elect Barack Obama has nominated his former rival Hillary Clinton as his secretary of state Dec.11 US car bail-out fails in Senate  A $14bn bail-out package for the beleaguered US car industry has died after failing to get enough support in a procedural vote Dec.19   Accused governor to fight charges  Scandal-hit Illinois Governor Blagojevich has told reporters he is innocent of any crime and will not be resigning his position Dec.23 Obama cleared by internal review
Dec.30 Obama rejects Senate replacement