Chicago area's Muslim youth fight stereotypes, suspicion
Saarah Bhaiji, 16, folds one of her many headscarves at her home Sunday, Jan. 31, 2016, in Glenview, Ill. Bhaiji teaches at the Muslim Education Center in Morton Grove on Sundays and attends Glenbrook South High School as a junior during the week, where she said her experience as a Muslim has been mostly positive.(Erin Hooley/Chicago Tribune/TNS)
Salinas tries to reboot as agricultural technology center of California
Dario Molina, 22, who used to work in the fields of Salinas as a day laborer, now attends Hartnell College Alisal Campus, and poses her for a portrait on Feb. 2, 2016 in Salinas, Calif. Molina is enrolled in a three year program entitled, "CS in 3" that pushes community college students through computer science and information technology degrees in three years. Molina received a $30,000 scholarship last year. With one foot in its fields and another edged toward Silicon Valley, the city that boasts being is trying to reboot itself as the agricultural technology center of California. (Genaro Molina/Los Angeles Times/TNS)
Pelicans beat Timberwolves 116-102
Minnesota Timberwolves guard Ricky Rubio (9) dives for a loose ball, but New Orleans Pelicans guard Bryce Dejean-Jones (31) gets to it first during the first quarter on Monday, Feb. 8, 2016, at the Target Center in Minneapolis. (Jeff Wheeler/Minneapolis Star Tribune/TNS)
What one CEO wants women to do to reach the top
Kate Bensen is CEO of the Chicago Network, an invitation-only group of high-ranking Chicago women whose 450 members span the upper echelons of business, academia, science, the arts and nonprofits. (Phil Velasquez/Chicago Tribune/TNS)
Minnesota photographer has it covered when it comes to hit paperbacks
Elisabeth Ansley, center, poses for a portrait with her daughters/models Chaeli, 20, Niamh, 8, and Georgia, 17 on Jan. 19, 2016 in Plymouth, Minn. Ansley turned a late-breaking photography hobby into a surprising career. Just five years after creating her first book jacket image, the Plymouth resident's work adorns the covers of pop-fiction page turners by big names like Stephen King and Danielle Steele and, this month, her biggest score yet, international no. 1 best seller James Patterson. (Carlos Gonzalez/Minneapolis Star-Tribune/TNS)
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