This past weekend, two brothers were on their way to their grandmother’s house for Sunday dinner. Both brothers were shot and killed.
This summer has left our family a little fried in more than the roast, toast and burn kind of way that 100-degree heat and full-on, daily sunshine leaves in its nightly sunset. Specifically, this summer has left me, the mother of two little boys, totally burned out by 10 a.m. after breaking up the tenth argument of the day.
Two brothers are still fighting over some autographed baseballs that belonged to their late father, in a spat that has now included a lawsuit and criminal charges.
Some autographed baseballs are the subject of fierce infighting among the sons of a deceased White Sox investor.
A 6-year-old boy and his 18-year-old brother were hit by a car on the Southwest Side on Friday.