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  • As the number of postponed games grows, the Cubs make do in the bad weather

    CHICAGO – As the cold chill continues to blow through Wrigley Field, the leader of the Cubs heated up a topic that a number of fans have been thinking the past few weeks. Fewer games to prevent fewer postponement, even at the expense of a little money, was Anthony Rizzo’s message on ESPN Radio 1000 on Tuesday. “Yes, guys are going to take pay cuts. But are we playing this game for the money or do we love this game?,” […]

  • Nevermind catches or Instagram, Jordan Howard is in Matt Nagy’s Bears offensive plan

    LAKE FOREST – This was just a question about a few pictures on a Social Media site, but he man answering them handled it like an interrogation. When it comes to his Bears Instagram pictures, which disappeared at the beginning of April but were back on Tuesday, Jordan Howard isn’t talking. “Wasn’t nothing to it,” said the running back as to why the pictures disappeared. “That’s the story. People made it up.” Howard was asked again if he removed the […]

  • Clement Townsend discusses a number of topics during his first appearance on Sports Feed

    CHICAGO – Sports Feed welcomed another first time guest to the show on Wednesday night, and his first topic was the one on everyone’s minds at the moment: The weather. Cold temperatures are not only bugging the Cubs and the White Sox, but also other teams around Major League Baseball. That was one of Clement Townsend of Stadium’s discussion topics on Wednesday’s Sports Feed with Jarrett Payton and Josh Frydman. He also took some time to discuss the Bears as […]

  • The World Armwrestling League returns to Sports Feed ahead of Superman Showdown Series 401

    CHICAGO – Once again, some of the best armwrestlers in the world are making their way to the Chicago area. Before the compete, a few are even stopping by Sports Feed, too. That was the case on Wednesday as we once again welcomed the World Armwrestling League to the show before their latest event – Superman Showdown Series 401 – at Joe’s Live in Rosemont on Thursday night. “Monster” Michael Todd along with his wife and fellow competitor Rebecca Todd […]

  • Suburban officer charged with threatening to kill wife; Ex-wife speaks out about violent history

    DOLTON, Ill. — The ex-wife of a suburban police officer who is now charged with threatening to kill his current wife spoke out about her experience with the officer. Jesse Williams’ first wife said her ex-husband is violent and should not have access to a gun. Williams met his first wife in college during spring break. She said he was charming and fun but gradually showed signs of violence. Two days after they were married in August 2011, he punched her […]

  • Jeb Bush speaks in Oak Brook day after mother’s death

    OAK BROOK, Ill. —  Former presidential candidate Jeb Bush spoke to an audience on Wednesday just one day after his mother’s death. Bush spoke at the 11th annual Elmhurst College Governmental Forum on Wednesday, one day after former first lady Barbara Bush died at the age of 92. He said he kept the commitment in his mother’s honor saying she would have wanted him to. Although the forum was supposed to focus on leadership in the changing world, the former […]

  • Suspect sought after mother scheduled to testify at murder trial is fatally shot

    GARY, Ind. – The search for a suspect continues after a mother who was supposed to testify at a murder trial became a murder victim herself. Pamela Hunter was gunned down in her Gary, Ind., home early Tuesday morning.  Her 8-year-old daughter was shot in the foot but survived. Attorney and former Lake County prosecutor Jamise Perkins is calling for a stronger witness protection program in Lake County, Indiana. “I do believe if she had not been a witness in […]

  • 2 exonerated men file lawsuit against police alleging they were framed

    HAMMOND, Ind. — Two Indiana men who served decades behind bars for a rape they did not commit, are now suing the Hammond police officers and crime lab scientists who helped convict them, claiming they were framed. Attorney Elliot Slosar, the lawyer representing Darryl Pinkins Sr. and Roosevelt Glenn Sr., said Detective Solan went “out of his way” to frame them. He said the detective fabricated four false statements for jail house informants. Pinkins and Glenn spent a combined 42 […]

  • Change of venue, media access at issue in Van Dyke hearing

    CHICAGO–Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke was back in court Wednesday for another pre-trial hearing in his murder case. Van Dyke’s attorneys are trying to get the judge in the case to issue a change of venue because of all the pre-trial publicity. Also, lawyers for the Chicago media, including WGN-TV,  are pushing to have case documents unsealed. Judge Gaughan says he wants the trial to begin this summer. Van Dyke is charged with shooting teenager Laquan Mcdonald 16 times […]

  • Woman, 51, sexually assaulted in Englewood, police say

    CHICAGO – Police are searching for a man who sexually assaulted a 51-year-old woman Tuesday night in the South Side Englewood neighborhood. The woman was walking about 10:50 p.m. in the 5700 block of South May when the man grabbed her by the hair, according to a community alert from Chicago Police. He then pulled her into an empty lot and sexually assaulted her. The suspect was described as a 5-foot-10 man between 55 and 65 years old and weighing […]

  • Woman charged after paying 10K via bitcoin in murder-for-hire plot, officials say

    DES PLAINES, Ill. — A woman in the northwest suburbs was charged after allegedly paying thousands of dollars via bitcoin to a company on the dark web to murder the wife of a man she had an affair with, according to officials. Tina Jones, 31, appeared at bond court Wednesday morning where a judge set bond at $250,000. She was charged with one felony count of solicitation of murder-for-hire. On April 12, Woodridge police received a tip that a woman […]