Chris Johnson has Brandon Marshall’s back. Marshall, the Bears five-time Pro Bowl wide receiver, is upset with ESPN for dredging up an old wound with the re-broadcast of its “E:60″ documentary on Marshall’s history of domestic violence and his recovery from Borderline Personality Disorder. The network aired the two-year-old program Wednesday night, presumably to take
A man, who declined to be identified, rests on the steps of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Plaza along the Chicago River. | Photos by Richard A. Chapman/Sun-Times A sightseeing boat is reflected in a window of the Bridgehouse Museum at Michigan Avenue.
It was pretty clear that the Bears invoke the “24-hour rule” like every other football team Tuesday, as Bears coach Marc Trestman was done celebrating a monumental victory over the San Francisco 49ers and moved on to real issues that face his 1-1 team. Addressing the media on Tuesday at Halas Hall, Trestman used some
A wrongful death lawsuit was filed Tuesday by the family of a man fatally struck by a northwest suburban police SUV Sunday morning. The brother of 20-year-old Fredi Morales filed the suit Tuesday in Cook County Circuit Court against the Village of Wheeling, alleging wrongful death and intentional infliction of emotional distress. The on-duty officer
Thousands may lose their ‘Obamacare’ health insurance or financial aid to pay for it due to income- or citizenship-related discrepancies.
(ST. CHARLES) A west suburban man must repay $45,000 he stole from a small private school while working as its business manager, money he used to gamble in Las Vegas and Atlantic City. Kevin J. Carew, 36, of the 2500 block of Dickens Drive in Aurora was sentenced late Friday to four years’ probation after
I guess you could trace the origin of the “sack dance” back to Mark Gastineau in the 1980s. Averaging more than a sack a game in his first 100 starts, the Jets pass rusher had every reason to celebrate. There have been hundreds to “cut the turf” since then, some good and some bad. On
In light of the Adrian Peterson arrest for child abuse, Charles Barkley had a serious discussion on Sunday with Jim Rome about child rearing on CBS’ “The NFL Today.” Barkley, who grew up in Alabama, contended that parenting in the South is different than other areas of the country, and that no one shouldn’t dictate
Two people were killed and and at least 14 other people were wounded in weekend shootings across the city. The most recent fatal shooting happened Sunday afternoon in the North Lawndale neighborhood on the West Side. Charles Labon, 28, was walking in the 4100 block of West 16th about 1:50 p.m. when a gray minivan
18th Street in Pilsen was filled with music, horses, bands, dancers and political types as the community holds a parade in honor of Mexico Independence Day. | Photos & video by Richard A. Chapman/Sun-Times