Blackhawks’ coach Joel Quenneville continues to call Jonathan Toews and Brent Seabrook “day to day” as they nurse apparent concussion symptoms. Their time off the ice has gotten more than day to day, though. Both were ruled out of Monday’s game with Minnesota, and neither has been on the ice since their injuries occurred last Wednesday against Vancouver. With the Hawks planning to take Tuesday off, the next possible day for their return is a Wednesday practice prior to the flight to Nashville. The two may not even go on that trip. “We’ll have a better idea Wednesday. We’d like to have them on the ice before we play them,” Quenneville said.
California waiting? Downstate GOP gov hopeful Sullivan owes Golden State $3,200 in taxes for nonprofit ‘paperwork error’
That nonprofit, called Alter Investments, is one of two created by Sullivan. Alter Global, the other non-profit that was registered as a charity and public benefit entity, has had a delinquent status in California since February 2020.
While the Cubs are giving Adbert Alzolay, Keegan Thompson and Justin Steele a chance to start, team could continue to evaluate them as bullpen weapons.
The FDA authorized booster doses for Americans who are 65 and older, younger adults with underlying health conditions and those in jobs that put them at high risk for COVID-19.
About 75 unaccompanied minors arrived in Chicago on Wednesday morning, according to city and federal officials.
Despite united opposition from police unions, Lightfoot won’t budge from Oct. 15 vaccine mandate for city workers
"The deadline is not gonna be pushed back," the mayor said Wednesday. "We are not gonna retreat from that because the only way that we can create a safe workplace is by getting people vaccinated."
CPS officials say students are not technically being unenrolled from their schools and can claim their seat at any time.