Mental illness, of any kind, shouldn’t be stigmatized.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel and his challengers addressed the city’s budget and crippling pension debt in their second formal debate on Friday, and the mayor left the door open just a tiny bit on a possible property tax hike.
Editors and writers had to dig deep into their list of adjectives to describe Chicago’s loss on Sunday night.
The Cubs and free agent manager Maddon are reportedly continuing talks.
Jake Peavy and Jon Lester are good friends and figure to draw interest from the Cubs.
A top political reporter at the Chicago Sun-Times resigned on Wednesday, and pointedly accused Bruce Rauner’s campaign aides of intimidation and interference with his reporting and called into question the newspaper’s independence
Noah’s move comes as the Bulls moved into a new practice facility in the city.
“I can only focus on what I’m doing,” Johnny Oduya says.
For their part, the Cubs are disputing any staffing issues.
Jake Arrieta is open to a long-term contract in Chicago, the Sun-Times reports.
“Now, we just move on,” Bulls owner Jerry Reinsdorf says.
“I would hear from certain people that everything wasn’t all right,” Derrick Rose told the Sun-Times.
White Sox first baseman Jose Abreu doesn’t want the event to mess with his mechanics.
Washington’s citations have been taken care of.
Recovering from shoulder surgery, Chris Conte remains on track to return during training camp.
The Cubs’ payroll has decreased in each of the past four seasons.
Let’s work harder to see what’s happening before letting convenient narratives run wild.
The teams engaged in trash talk after Brent Seabrook’s vicious hit on David Backes.
A statue of legendary Chicago newspaper columnist Irv Kupcinet is missing from its perch on Wacker Drive, but all is well, it’s just getting some repairs.
On this day 47 years ago, the legendary film critic Roger Ebert wrote this first review for the Chicago Sun-Times.