Marion Jones’ WNBA debut last night was anything but spectacular.
The disgraced Olympian went scoreless and spent a majority of the game on the bench as her Tulsa Shock fell to the Minnesota Lynx, 80-74.
Jones, who won a national championship at North Carolina, was making her return to competitive basketball after a decade-plus absence.
She was stripped of her five Olympic medals — including her three gold — and spent six months in jail for lying to prosecutors about her steroid use.
At the age of 34, she’s the league’s oldest rookie.
John Hughes went five innings and Jaden Fauske pitched the final two as the Roadrunners beat Sycamore 3-0 at Duly Health and Care Field in Joliet.
Festivals, performances and other events will be held in neighborhoods across the city on Juneteenth and weekend leading up to Monday, June 19.
Pride Month is well underway, with events nearly every day happening around the city. Take a look.
Dr. Confino helped thousands conceive, including Sen. Tammy Duckworth.
The Walk of Fame said Shakur was selected to receive a star in 2013, but the organization waited for his family and estate to select a date. Shakur was given the 2,758th star on the Walk of Fame. His birthday is June 16.