Introducing the Halas Intrigue Bears podcast

This fall, get the latest on the Bears with the Halas Intrigue podcast.

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A mural at the new Halas Hall.

A mural at the new Halas Hall, Saturday, August 24, 2019, in Lake Forest, Illinois. | Matt Sisneros/Chicago Bears

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Football fans: meet your new favorite podcast.

This fall, get the latest on the Chicago Bears with Halas Intrigue.

Tune in to hear Sun-Times sports reporters and Bears experts, including Patrick Finley, Mark Potash, Jason Lieser, Rick Morrissey and Rick Telander, evaluate games, make predictions, provide insights and analyze the day’s big stories.

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“I worked 30 years of my life in management, so I was an ideal employee, I had ambitions to move up with Zen Leaf,” said Jim Doane, an organizing employee. “But I’m an old guy and I am tired of being bullied by the bosses. I showed up early, I received praise and I worked hard for them to just fire me.”
Kelly is also just weeks away from another trial on charges that could carry even heavier penalties. Kelly’s child pornography and obstruction of justice trial in Chicago’s federal courthouse is set to begin Aug. 15.