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Bears to hire Shane Toub as offensive quality control coach

The Bears are hiring Shane Toub as an offensive quality control coach, Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports. Toub is the son of Chiefs special teams coordinator Dave Toub. Shane Toub worked for Lovie Smith as a graduate assistant at the University of Illinois last season. He began coaching immediately after his playing career [more]

Darrell Bevell linked to Bears opening

As new Bears coach Matt Nagy continues to build his staff, another veteran assistant has emerged as a possibility. According to Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune, fired Seahawks offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell could be in the mix for one of the few open jobs on the Bears offensive staff. He hasn’t worked with Nagy [more]

Chicago Tribune ROASTS Aaron Rodgers With Brutal Tweet About His New GF (TWEET)

Aaron Rodgers is many things to many sports fans. He’s a the savior of Wisconsin, but just a few miles south, he’s the scourge of Illinois thanks to the Bears-Packers rivalry. Well, Chicago may not be up in that series over the past decade, but they still know how to throw shade. So when it […]

Report: 75 Women Strangled in Chicago, Most Cases Unsolved

An investigation by the Chicago Tribune has found that at least 75 women have been strangled or smothered over the last 17 years, though arrests have been made in just a third of the cases. The newspaper reports that the women's bodies were found in vacant buildings, alleys, garbage cans,...

Aaron Goldstein, Illinois AG candidate robbed

Mick sends us a link to Fox News which reports that Aaron Goldstein, a candidate for Attorney General of Illinois was robbed during a campaign photo shoot; The Chicago Tribune reported that Aaron Goldstein, 42, and members of his campaign team were approached by three men in their early 20s. One of the men had […]

Report: Bears expected to retain Vic Fangio

New Bears coach Matt Nagy has been able to add even more experience to his coaching staff. According to Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune, the Bears are expected to retain defensive coordinator Vic Fangio. That’s a significant pickup for a first-time coach like Nagy, allowing an accomplished veteran assistant to run the other side [more]

Tribune Amazing Discovery!

Thank goodness there's some investigative reporting going on at the Tribune! Over the last 17 years, at least 75 women have been strangled or smothered in Chicago and their bodies dumped in vacant buildings, alleys, garbage cans, snow banks. Show More Summary

Kids Today: A Queen at Medieval Times Edition

Outside Chicago, in the suburb of Schaumburg, lies the Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament, which, for its entire 35-year existence, has featured a king overseeing the castle. Until now. Amanda Marrazzo at the Chicago Tribune: A Girl-Power Moment for Medieval Times, Where a Woman Has the Lead for the First Time. Show More Summary

Bears tab Chris Tabor as special teams coordinator

The Bears are expected to hire Chris Tabor as their special teams coach, Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports. Tabor has spent the past seven seasons as the Browns’ special teams coordinator. Cleveland coach Hue Jackson agreed to let Tabor out of his contract to return to Chicago, where Tabor coached from 2008-10. New [more]

Bears bring back line coach Harry Hiestand

New Bears coach Matt Nagy added some experience to his coaching staff Wednesday, bringing back a familiar face to Halas Hall. According to Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune, the Bears are going to hire offensive line coach Harry Hiestand. Hiestand was the Bears line coach from 2005-2009, and was most recently at Notre Dame. [more]

Excerpts from recent editorials in newspapers in Illinois

January 5, 2018 Chicago Tribune Congress, let the states set marijuana policy The momentum behind America's marijuana movement has been unstoppable. Illinois and 28 other states have legalized medical marijuana. … Click to Continue ...

Illinois suspends tax break deal with Chicago tech company

Illinois has suspended another tax credit agreement with a health technology company that's facing fraud allegations. The Chicago Tribune reports Outcome Health received roughly $1.3 million in tax credits through … Click to Continu...

Judge: Roll out of police body cameras violated labor law

A judge has ruled that the way the Chicago Police Department expanded its body camera program last year violated Illinois labor law. The Chicago Tribune reports that Administrative Law Judge … Click to Continue »

Icicles Falling From Roof of New Chicago Apple Store Blamed on Faulty Heating System

Blair Kamin, writing for the Chicago Tribune: Apple spokesman Nick Leahy on Friday said the building’s architects, London-based Foster + Partners, had designed the glass-walled store with winter in mind, but had been foiled by a technical malfunction. “The roof has a warming system that’s built into it,” he said. Show More Summary

Cubs sued for better wheelchair access at Wrigley Field

A 20-year-old Chicago Cubs fan is suing team owners to force them to provide better wheelchair access at Wrigley Field. The Chicago Tribune the lawsuit was filed last month in … Click to Continue »

Take a Video Tour of Chicago Gay Bathhouse ‘Man’s Country’ Which Closed on NYE After 44 Years

2 weeks agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

Man’s Country, Chicago’s oldest gay bathhouse, closed its doors on New Year’s Eve after 44 years in business. Watch a video from the Chicago Tribune, above, and one from WBEZ, below. The Chicago Tribune reports: This private club ha… Read The post Take a Video Tour of Chicago Gay Bathhouse ‘Man’s Country’ Which Closed on NYE After 44 Years appeared first on Towleroad.

Chicago police statistics show increase in carjackings

Statistics from the Chicago Police Department show an increase in carjackings over the past two years. The Chicago Tribune reports that through Wednesday there were 967 carjackings this year. Last … Click to Continue »

Anti-gambling activist says God is rewarding her after she wins $25K in gaming parlor sweepstakes

2 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

A Christian activist who has launched multiple campaigns against legalized gambling in Illinois is crediting God for her recent win of $25,000 at a gaming parlor sweepstakes. The Chicago Tribune reports that anti-gambling crusader Kathy Gilroy of Villa Park, Illinois, recently won $25,000 while...

Anti-Gambling Activist Takes Heat for Big Sweepstakes Win

For decades, Kathy Gilroy has crusaded against gambling, saying it can lead to addiction, bankruptcy, crime, and suicide and that it "erodes society's values and work ethic," per the Chicago Tribune. But the suburban Chicago woman recently won $25,000 by playing a sweepstakes game at a gambling cafe in...

Chicago PD Infiltrates Secret Facebook Groups

3 weeks agoNews / Crime : Sword and Scale

Chicago is known nationally for their high amount of violent crime. While it fails to make the list for the nation’s most violent cities, in 2017 alone the Chicago Tribune

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