may be a heat warning today, but college football season started Thursday at
the McCormick Place Hyatt with Big Ten Media Days.
the first time in the conference’s history, the league announced a Players to
Watch list, which included Northwestern quarterback Dan Persa in the Leaders
inclusion is a no-brainer, but more importantly it solidifies the fact that
he’s 100 percent healthy after rupturing his left Achillies tendon in the
Wildcats’ victory over Iowa last November.
There are at least 500 members of the media here, perhaps the largest media
turnout ever. The large turnout surely has to do with the addition of Nebraska
to the league this season.
Paul Vallas and Brandon Johnson have strong ties to public education — and very different plans for Chicago Public Schools.
Four 7-Eleven stores robbed on Near West and North sides, a day after four other 7-Eleven stores were hit by gunmen
In one of the robberies Wednesday, a customer’s Jeep was carjacked. Police have not said if the robberies are linked. No injuries have been reported.
Saturday will be the irregular convergence of three opening days in fishing: the start of Illinois’ spring inland trout season, the reopening of fishing at Heidecke Lake (good prospects) and the start of that Chicago tradion, smelt netting (not much hope).
Man worries that he can’t live up to her many previous partners.
Injuries have derailed Jimenez on road to superstardom, but, at 26, the White Sox slugger is still young and supremely confident.