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Chicago Bears coach Matt Eberflus has touted the character within the locker room as a steadying force. That might be needed in December more than ever.
Michael Butler died on Nov. 7 in California at the age of 95. He may be best known for helping mold and nurture the musical “Hair.”
The law allows student-athletes to modify their uniform to match any cultural, religious or personal preferences they may have without facing any penalties or disqualifications during competitions.
Pittsburgh posted its highest-scoring game in the last two seasons, cruising past Northwestern 87-58 in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge.
After mostly coming off the bench with the Los Angeles Lakers, Alex Caruso partially attributes his rise in injuries to increased playing time for the Chicago Bulls.
José Abreu, a longtime fixture in the Chicago White Sox lineup and the 2020 AL MVP, signed a three-year deal with the Houston Astros.
Everyone seemed to agree it was time for José Abreu to move on from the Chicago White Sox, except perhaps for Abreu, who soon will find there’s life outside the South Side.
Aaron Rodgers wants to keep playing through his injuries as long as the Green Bay Packers still have a mathematical chance of reaching the playoffs.
Burke has been on the Chicago City Council more than 50 years but faces trial for wide-ranging allegations of corruption.
Pence, weighing a bid for the GOP presidential nomination, said a decision won’t come before the holidays.
Lightfoot decided not to file on the first day on Nov. 21, forgoing a chance to be first on the ballot.