Miller and Rep. Rodney Davis are facing off in a GOP primary battle where some $12 million in outside money is flooding the 15th congressional district.
Attendees were thrilled for the annual Pride Parade’s return, but many also expressed worry and anger over the recent Supreme Court decision on abortion.
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Bailey’s Trump card? Ex-president gives ‘complete and total endorsement’ to downstate farmer in GOP gov race
State Sen. Darren Bailey had been seeking Trump’s endorsement for months. The former president finally delivered it Saturday, telling a crowd in western Illinois, “Darren is a fearless supporter of the Second Amendment and a tireless champion of religious liberty.”
The Sox (34-37) averted falling to a season-high five games below .500, which would have cast more scrutiny as they embark to the West Coast to face the Angels and Giants.
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Fowles was drafted No. 2 overall by the Sky in 2008 and played for them for seven seasons before being dealt to the Lynx in 2015.
While incarcerated on a gun conviction, Devon Harper allegedly admitted to an unrelated fatal shooting in 2020. He was arrested Friday when he was paroled from the Menard Correctional Center.
Third baseman Yoan Moncada could start when he’s eligible to return from the 10-day injured list. A more curious situation involves outfielder Eloy Jiménez.
All three games of the weekend series between the Cubs and Cardinals were decided by three runs or fewer.
The fire was upgraded to a three-alarm, level one hazmat fire, Chicago fire officials said.
The area recently made history by gaining its first Asian American City Council member, and this same area should make history by being allowed to have its own high school.
Cecilia Thomas was inside a car when another car approached and someone inside the second car opened fire, striking her in the head, police and the Cook County medical examiner’s office said.
Grandparent is holding back emotions out of fear of never seeing the boys again.
The man, 32, was leaving his car in the 1300 block of West Roosevelt Road about 4:30 a.m. when he was shot twice in the chest.
The fire began in the basement of a house in the 4000 block of West Potomac Avenue about 12:20 a.m., officials said.
Alex Lyon stopped all 28 shots in the 4-0 victory in Game 5
“The risk to residents of suburban Cook County remains low, but we want individuals to be aware of the signs and symptoms of monkeypox so that they seek medical care if they develop,” said Dr. LaMar Hasbrouck, CCDPH chief operating officer.
Hoerner has set career highs in RBI and home runs already this season.
The players are Andrew Vaughn, Jose Abreu, Tim Anderson, AJ Pollock and Luis Robert
A day after the Supreme Court’s landmark decision, demonstrators gathered in the Loop Saturday with a renewed determination to “help any way we can.”
Sampson held the Cardinals to two runs in five innings Saturday, but the Cubs lost 5-3.
An autopsy released Saturday found Cashawnna Love died of injuries from child abuse and her death was ruled a homicide.
Wade will coach Team Stewart, and Las Vegas Aces coach Becky Hammon will coach Team Wilson.
5-month-old fatally shot in South Shore: ‘You never know what it’s like to have a broken heart until you go through it’
The shooting happened just after 6 p.m. in the 7700 block of South Shore Drive, according to police.
Fifty years to the day since Title IX was signed into law, the longtime basketball coach remembered the women in his life who taught him to be the man he is.
“Our community has been shattered by yet another act of senseless gun violence,” U.S. Rep. Bill Foster said.
However you’re logging your steps, the data from your device can be hard to interpret.
The personnel moves are too much to keep track of and absolutely exhausting, and that’s just for those of us lazing on the sofa.
Chicago outdoors: Joey-toting opossum, Mich. moose warning, Chicago River regs, centenarian Granddad
A photo of a joey-toting opossum, a note on Chicago River fishing regulations, a warning about driving and moose in the UP, and the aging of the Shedd’s late “Granddad” are among the notes from around Chicago outdoors and beyond.
Slonina is depending on his agent to handle the business side of his career while he focuses on performing for the Fire.
Over the next few seasons, the Hawks’ new coach will need to accept that losing is inevitable but avoid embracing losing or perpetuating a losing culture.