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  • Mr. Cub takes up residence at Daley Plaza
    Mr. Cub takes up residence at Daley Plaza

    A 7-foot monument to Cubs Hall of Famer Ernie Banks began its four-day stay at Daley Plaza on Wednesday, attracting a hodgepodge of Chicagoans seeking to honor the beloved baseball icon.

  • Hare-brained Super Bowl predictions favor Seahawks
    Hare-brained Super Bowl predictions favor Seahawks

    The appetite for wacky Super Bowl predictions seems to grow each year, and all manner of man, animal and machine are served up to feed fans' hunger.

  • Michelle Obama's uncovered head causes a stir in Saudi Arabia
    Michelle Obama's uncovered head causes a stir in Saudi Arabia

    For first lady Michelle Obama, just a few hours in Saudi Arabia were enough to illustrate the stark limitations under which Saudi women live.

  • 1 killed, 2 wounded in South Side shootings
    1 killed, 2 wounded in South Side shootings

    One man was killed, and two others were wounded in shootings Tuesday afternoon and evening in the city's Park Manor, Bronzeville and Morgan Park neighborhoods.

  • Tuesday's recap: Bulls 113, Warriors 111 (OT)
    Tuesday's recap: Bulls 113, Warriors 111 (OT)

    OAKLAND, Calif. -- Derrick Rose made history Tuesday night at ORACLE Arena, becoming, according to Elias Sports Bureau research, the first player ever in the NBA with at least 30 points, 10 turnovers and one assist or fewer.

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  • City lists 'problem landlords' on website
    City lists 'problem landlords' on website

    Chicago's Building Department published its first "problem landlords" list on its website Monday night in an attempt to crack down and publicly shame apartment building owners into providing tenants with basic services such as heat, hot water and working smoke and carbon monoxide detectors.

  • Chicago brothers who infiltrated cartel given 14 years in prison
    Chicago brothers who infiltrated cartel given 14 years in prison

    After more than six years in protective custody, the twin brothers from Chicago's West Side didn't look the part of hard-core drug traffickers when they walked into a public courtroom Tuesday for the first time since flipping on the notoriously violent Sinaloa cartel.

  • Marshawn Lynch, media can share the blame
    Marshawn Lynch, media can share the blame

    Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch is a man who loves to control the narrative.

  • Emanuel, mayoral challengers face off for first time
    Emanuel, mayoral challengers face off for first time

    The first face-to-face meeting of the Chicago mayor’s race featured Rahm Emanuel offering a measured defense of his first term against a barrage of attacks from challengers who assailed his record on neighborhood development and crime and even his temperament.

  • Which rival should scare the Hawks most?
    Which rival should scare the Hawks most?

    As luck of scheduling has it, the Blackhawks open the second half of the season with a six-game road trip against teams they could easily face in the postseason. RedEye assesses the threat level of each opponent should they collide with the Hawks come playoff time (on a scale of 1 to 5).

  • Time for the Hawks and Kings to play the 'Frozen' feud
    Time for the Hawks and Kings to play the 'Frozen' feud

    If you're a hardcore Blackhawks follower, you've been paying attention to every shift, shot and Rockford IceHogs-related personnel move since opening night. But for the casual fan, the All-Star Break heralds the start of the Important Regular Season, as Sunday brunch start times kick in and the...

  • 'Ghostbusters' reboot scares up cast: Wiig, McCarthy, McKinnon, Jones
    'Ghostbusters' reboot scares up cast: Wiig, McCarthy, McKinnon, Jones

    Director Paul Feig's "Ghostbusters" reboot has found its leading ladies. Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Leslie Jones and Kate McKinnon are in talks to star in the Sony comedy about a quartet of paranormal exterminators, The Times has confirmed.

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