The Big News Roll
I had a little down time before an assignment today so I headed out to find some photos. Playing goalie Kevin Salinas (center) can’t keep the ball from rolling in for a goal as Gabriel Cantero (left) and Emmanuel Ruiz, all of Chicago, watch Wednesday afternoon during a three on three pickup soccer game with
Many Chicagoans rushed to buy or renew a health insurance plan through President Barack Obama’s health care plan for their coverage to kick in Jan. 1.
But apparently not everyone succeeded.
Out-of-pocket expenses are increasing under some plans available to Chicago-area consumers, a Chicago Sun-Times analysis of federal government data found.
The U.S. Postal Service says that Monday marks its busiest mailing day of the year, with more than 640 million cards, letters and packages expected to be processed, including the facility at 433 W. Harrison. | Richard A. Chapman/Sun-Times Media
Cubs All-Star Anthony Rizzo hasn’t talked to old Red Sox organizational mate Jon Lester this off-season – at least yet. But if he gets the chance to chat with the Cubs’ top free agent target, he won’t be at a loss for talking points. “The best sales pitch I have is that we’re a
Metra is adding extra service and seating capacity to most of its lines Saturday to accommodate visitors to Chicago’s Magnificent Mile Lights Festival. Schedules for the added Metra service can be found here. Musical performances will be featured at Pioneer Court, 401 N. Michigan, from 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Saturday, followed by a
Kaiser Family Foundation found that more than 475,000 people in Illinois could lose their Affordable Care Act’s insurance tax credits because of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision on King v. Burwell.
The deer harvest by bowhunters in Illinois remains ahead of the pace of last season, and evidence again shows for the rut.
Mulling things on my morning ramble with Lady, our family’s mutt pup.