With an 0-for-2 performance at the plate in Sunday’s win over Milwaukee, Chicago pitcher Dan Haren finished his career with exactly a .200 batting average.
Dan Haren is pumped about finishing his career as a .200 hitter
Illinois teens selected for national women’s mentoring program
Trump mocks Clinton’s appearance on ‘Saturday Night Live’
Linebacker Pernell McPhee has become Bears’ leader, voice
Bears say they don’t know anything about a rebuild, go right ahead and win
Chaffetz announces bid for House Speaker
Flood of overtime for MWRD cops
Illinois budget impasse affecting emergency call systems
THE WATCHDOGS: Deadbeat judge — hounded by IRS, making $190,258 a year
BGA Public Eye: State official advising Rauner used private email for state job requests
Packers fans take over the 49ers’ stadium with ‘Go Pack, Go!’ chant
CFB playoff talk: Ohio State, TCU, Baylor and … Florida State?
Rams’ WR Stedman Bailey took a nap after scoring TD
The heartbreaking mean streets of ‘Blood Brothers’
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Georgia Nicols horoscopes for Oct. 4
Dear Abby: Man wants to stop abusing his fiancee
Georgia Nicols horoscopes for Oct. 3
Monday letters: License gun dealers at state level
Editorial: Call in FBI to solve case of slain Fox Lake cop
Laura Washington: People of the Gun don’t care — but you do
Andy Shaw: Absurd that state leaders haven’t met since May