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3 Wounded When Gunman Opens Fire On Chicago Bus, Police Say
CHICAGO - A gunman opened fire on a Chicago Transit Authority bus Monday evening, leaving three people wounded, two of them seriously, authorities said. The shooting occurred on a northbound No. 75 bus in the 7700 block of South State Street in the C
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Brad Biggs: Bears' Leonard Floyd Is Bigger, Stronger, Healthy … And Ready For A Breakout Season Opposite Khalil Mack
Leonard Floyd is bigger than he was a year ago. He's stronger. And, most importantly, he's healthy. That all added up to him being the most head-turning player on the field during the Bears' offseason program. If things go right, it could prove to be
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'Echo In The Canyon' Review: A '60s Musical Flowering Gets Plucked By Jakob Dylan's Vanity Project
How did an apparently sincere tribute turn into such a weirdly clueless vanity project? The music scene evoked in the documentary "Echo in the Canyon" remains a chimerical wonder, equal parts bliss and chaos. In the 1960s, a daisy chain of like-minde
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Activists Now 'Flight Shame,' Citing Jets' Environmental Toll. But For Fuel-guzzling Airlines, Going Green Is No Easy Task.
CHICAGO - You can ditch your car for public transit and refill a reusable water bottle rather than buying plastic. But good luck finding a "green" substitute for an airline flight - unless you happened to be on a particular Los Angeles-bound United A
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White Sox Will Extend Protective Netting To Foul Poles At Guaranteed Rate Field
CHICAGO - One of the most jarring images from baseball this season came last month when Cubs outfielder Albert Almora Jr. lined a foul ball into the seats in Houston, striking a young fan. White Sox left fielder Eloy Jimenez hit a sharp foul into the
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As Tony Bennett Approaches 93, Let's Hear It For The Elders
CHICAGO - It's a question I've been hearing for decades, applied to any number of seasoned performers I've covered: Why are they still working? I heard it plenty when Frank Sinatra was deep into his 70s, still selling out arenas around the world. Als
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Cubs' Comeback Falls Short This Time, Lose To Dodgers, 3-2
LOS ANGELES - Manager Joe Maddon shook up the Cubs lineup Sunday against Dodgers left-hander Hyun-Jin Ryu, but the offense came up short again Sunday in a 3-2 loss to the Dodgers that completed a 2-5 trip. The Cubs mustered nine hits off Hyun-Jin Ryu
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Slow Down The Calorie Counting: Personalized Diets Could Be The Future Of Healthy Eating, Study Suggests
People often speak about fad diets the way they speak about exes: intensely, specifically, intimately. Atkins, Dukan, Paleo, baby food. None last, though lasting is promised, and all feed a cycle of shame for the dieter, who can never seem to make it
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Goose Island's 2019 Bourbon County Beer Lineup Emerging — Or Is It? Some Labels Are Probably Fakes.
Is it BS? Or BCS? Hard to know. And Goose Island Beer Co. isn't saying. Last year, in a bid to throw the world off the scent of its highly anticipated Bourbon County lineup, Goose Island submitted a handful of fictitious labels - among the real ones
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Jimmy Greenfield: Blackhawks' Trade For Defensemen Olli Maatta Won't Be Their Last … And They Know It
If Olli Maatta ends up being anything resembling the centerpiece of the Blackhawks' offseason moves, then pack up your fandom for a season and head out of town. Might I suggest St. Louis? OK, that's blasphemy, but not to worry because it shouldn't co
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Rebuild vs. Rebuild: Comparing the 2019 White Sox with the 2014 Cubs
Seventy games into Year 3 of their rebuild, the White Sox are feeling pretty good about themselves. Despite injuries to starting pitchers Michael Kopech and Carlos Rodon, they're hanging around .500 at 34-36 and doing so behind impressive performance
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Balancing Act: In 'Mrs. Everything,' Jennifer Weiner Explores Her Mom's Sexuality, Evolving Gender Roles And Donald Trump's America. Is It A Beach Read? Maybe!
Jennifer Weiner, New York Times bestselling author of 16 juicy, layered, courageous books, always knew she wanted to write a novel that followed her characters from birth to death. She knew she wanted that book to be loosely based on her own life and
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Tight Air Connection? Your Next United Flight Might Wait For You
Bus drivers might hold the door for a sprinting late arrival. Gate agents at the airport? Not a bet most passengers would want to make. But you just might catch a break on your next United Airlines flight. United is trying to get smarter about figuri
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Blackhawks GM Stan Bowman Passes His Passion For Hockey To His 3 Kids … And They Love The Game Too
The conversation among Sue Wojciechowski's new co-workers was full of typical small talk until one day, shortly after she started at accounting firm Arthur Andersen, it took an odd turn. One of the people at lunch began to pepper another - a guy name
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A Wine Country Weekend Close To Home: Southwest Michigan's Vineyards Boast Variety — And A Cute New B&B
"Sometimes I take baths because it's hard to drink wine in the shower." This maxim hangs on the wall near the cedar tub in my room at Among the Vineyards, a bed and breakfast where the shoutouts to grown-up grape juice are as plentiful as misplaced b
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10 Years After Tribune Co. 'Deal From Hell,' Sam Zell And Other Former Execs Agree To Pay $200M To Settle Leveraged Buyout Lawsuit
CHICAGO - More than a decade after Tribune Co. went private in a leveraged buyout that saddled the company with $13 billion in debt and led to its bankruptcy, Sam Zell and dozens of former executives have agreed to pay $200 million to settle a lawsui
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'This Is Farming Like We've Never Done Before.' Illinois Hemp Farmers Face Risks With First Planting Of Newly Legal Crop
Thousands of young hemp plants dance in the breeze as fans blow through a loft on Trent Lawrence's organic produce farm. And once a day, they dance to Bob Marley. "The plants have got to have a little tunes," Lawrence said, bending down to an industr
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Editorial: The US Can Protect Tankers From Iran, With Help From Allies
It was known as the "tanker war." In 1987, Iran wreaked havoc on global energy supplies moving through the Strait of Hormuz, using mines to attack Kuwaiti oil tankers and eventually triggering direct conflict between U.S. naval forces and Iranian ves
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A Man Spread The Ashes Of His Wife Of 64 Years Into Their Favorite Indiana Lake. Then He 'Dropped Dead'
Just minutes after fulfilling his wife's final wish – scattering her ashes in Stone Lake in Indiana – Ralph Seichi Miyata collapsed in the water and later died, joining her first into the lake and then into the afterlife. Married for 64 years, the co
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FBI Agent: No Evidence To Back Up Brendt Christensen's Claim That Chinese Scholar Was His 13th Victim, But 'Not Saying It's Completely Impossible'
PEORIA, Ill. - An FBI agent testified Monday that investigators have not been able to corroborate Brendt Christensen's claim that he killed 12 people before the abduction of Chinese scholar Yingying Zhang at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champ
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Big Man? Point Guard? Trade? The Bulls Get Ready To Feel The Draft
When the Bulls dropped from their pre-draft lottery spot of fourth all the way to No. 7 last month, John Paxson acknowledged a brief moment of disappointment. Then, the Bulls executive vice president put on his best face even as he, along with his st
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Paul Sullivan: The Cubs-White Sox City Series Greatest Hits, Including The Kick, The Rant And The Punch
CHICAGO - The Cubs and White Sox have played 118 games in City Series history, with the Sox holding a two-game edge 60-58. As the series resumes Tuesday night at Wrigley Field, here are some of the best and worst moments from someone who has covered
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Eloy Jimenez Hits Two 3-run Homers In Lucas Giolito's 10th Win, A 10-2 White Sox Romp Over Yankees
CHICAGO - The White Sox could get used to this. Eloy Jimenez hit two three-run homers and Lucas Giolito became the major leagues' first 10-game winner Friday night in a 10-2 victory against the Yankees. Jimenez finished with a career-high six RBIs in
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'I Didn't Even Know We Play Them': Kris Bryant Not Exactly Looking Ahead To White Sox Series
LOS ANGELES - Cubs slugger Kris Bryant roomed with White Sox pitcher Dylan Covey for three seasons at the University of San Diego and calls Covey "one of my favorite people." But Bryant has a vastly different view than Covey of the Cubs-White Sox ser
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At Least 12 Wounded In Weekend Shootings Across Chicago
CHICAGO - At least 12 people have been wounded in weekend shootings since 3 p.m. Friday, Chicago police said. The latest happened shortly before 3:45 a.m. Saturday in the city's Cragin neighborhood. A 25-year-old man was driving when he heard shots a
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Documents: Indiana Principal To Be Fired Over 'Annoying Award' For Autistic Boy
MERRILLVILLE, Ind. - The principal at Bailly Preparatory in Gary is facing termination over a "verbal conflict" with the mother of an autistic boy given a "most annoying" award at the school last month. Principal Carlita Royal is also cited for faili
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Officials: Death Of Baby Cut From Mother's Womb Ruled A Homicide
CHICAGO - The death of Yovanny Jadiel Lopez, who lived seven weeks after he was cut from his mother's womb, was ruled a homicide, officials said. An autopsy Saturday revealed the baby died from lack of oxygen and blood to his brain, and a prolapse of
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Ben Zobrist's Return To The Cubs Remains A Possibility, Theo Epstein Says
LOS ANGELES - Ben Zobrist rejoining the Cubs before the end of the season is still possible. Cubs President Theo Epstein emphasized that Zobrist's family remains a major priority while he remains on the restricted list in the wake of he and wife Juli
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Leury Garcia And Tim Anderson Hit Huge Home Runs To Lead The White Sox Past The Yankees, 5-4
CHICAGO - Leury Garcia took two strikes to begin his seventh-inning at-bat against Yankees reliever Adam Ottavino. The White Sox center fielder eventually worked the count full. And on the 11th pitch of the epic at-bat, Garcia connected for a solo ho
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Motormouth: Subaru Dealer Might Sort Out Battery Problem
Q: Recently a reader wrote in about their 2017 Subaru Forester and the battery dying. I work for a company that has dozens of these 2017 Foresters and we have had battery problems (and replaced them) on several of these vehicles. My guess is that the
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