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REPORT: Bulls player pushed back on Jim Boylen repeatedly invoking Gregg Popovich, Spurs in team meeting
The Chicago Bulls are a walking disaster right now and every day new details are coming out about what happened during the well-publicized Sunday mutiny at the Advocate Center involving the players and head coach Jim Boylen.
Police: Two men, 1 claiming to have a gun, attack and attempt to rob resident walking in northeast Oak Park
An Oak Park man who was walking in the village’s east side told police he was attacked by two men, one of whom claimed to have a gun, during an attempted robbery Saturday evening, police said.
Family and learning events worth seeking out in Chicago this week
If the playground, park and movie routine is getting a little tired, why not do something different with the kids this weekend? From a holiday market to a holiday story time hour, these events will win approval from everyone in the family.
Acero charter school students, teachers return to class Monday
CHICAGO (WLS) -- Acero charter school teachers and staff who went on a nearly week-long strike returned to work Monday. The charter school network and the Chicago Teachers Union, which represents the teachers, reached a tentative deal Sunday. It still needs to be ratified.
Home for the Holidays: Downtown Oak Park event features sleigh rides, carolers and more
The sound of hooves clopping on the cobblestones of Marion Street meant the return of a holiday tradition for many Oak Park community members. The annual “Home for the Holidays” event, hosted by Downtown Oak Park, included horse-drawn sleigh rides boarding at the corner of Marion and Westgate street
Two Oak Park fitness studios — Nature Yoga and Barre Code — to close this month
Two Oak Park fitness studios in different business districts are closing this month. Nature Yoga Sanctuary & Cafe, 146 Harrison St. in the Oak Park Arts District, has announced it will close Dec. 16. The Barre Code, 1040 Lake St. in the Downtown Oak Park business district, will close Dec. 31.
Chicago man campaigning for local candidate shot in the leg
CHICAGO (AP) — Chicago Police say a volunteer for a City Council candidate was shot in the leg as he was speaking on Facebook Live while campaigning in one of the city’s most violent neighborhoods.
Report: Bulls debate attending practice following historic loss
CHICAGO - When new Bulls head coach Jim Boylen benched his starters for good three minutes into the second half of what ended up being the worst loss in franchise history, players and fans alike wondered why?
Book Share Box Burned In Oak Park: Police
OAK PARK, IL --- Police in Oak Park are investigating an incident in which someone set fire to a book share box on the village's southwest side. The fire took place early Dec. 6 in the 500 block of S. Oak Park Ave.
The Bulls Players Pushed For A Two-Hour Long Meeting Instead Of Practice As Coach Jim Boylen Wanted
Jim Boylen has been the coach of the Chicago Bulls for less than a week, and it’s very clear that he’s trying to put his imprint on the team immediately. The problem is, Boylen appears to be headed back to a Thibsian approach to coaching, driving players hard, being an intense disciplinarian when pl
Chicago AccuWeather: Foggy and cold Monday
CHICAGO (WLS) -- Dense fog early in areas away from the lake Monday with highs in the mid-30s. Here's your 7-day weather forecast. Get the latest weather info with our ABC7 Chicago AccuWeather app.
Bears vs. Rams Live Stream: Time, TV schedule and how to watch online
The Chicago Bears (8-4) welcome the Los Angeles Rams (11-1) to Soldier Field in Week 14’s Sunday Night Football in a game that most experts think the Bears will lose. Mitchell Trubisky returns to the starting lineup after missing two games with a shoulder injury. Chicago needs every bit of his dual-
5 New Homes For Sale In The Oak Park-River Forest Area
OAK PARK-RIVER FOREST, IL — On the hunt for a new house nearby, but tired of browsing through the same old real-estate listings every time you search online? With our weekly list of new houses in your area, you can stay on top of the scene.
Man shot while canvassing for candidate in Englewood
CHICAGO (Fox 32 News) - A man who was out canvassing for a Chicago aldermanic candidate was shot and wounded Sunday. Maxwell Little, 22, was at 66th and South Marshfield in the Englewood neighborhood recording a video for Facebook when he was shot in the leg. Little was hospitalized in stable condit
After Last Month’s Blizzard, Maywood Snow Complaints Pile Up
Sunday, December 9, 2018 || By Michael Romain || @maywoodnews. During a regular board meeting on Dec. 4, Maywood Public Works Director John West addressed some complaints regarding snow-plowing that residents and non-residents alike fielded after last month’s blizzard dumped at least four inches of
Police: Groups of men attack, rob pedestrians in separate incidents in Oak Park
The following items were taken from Oak Park Police Department reports and releases. An arrest does not constitute a finding of guilt. Three men punched and kicked a Chicago resident who was walking in the 6000 block of Roosevelt Road and stole the resident’s wallet, which contained $100 in cash, at
Chicago: Charter Strikers and Parents Rally on Sunday at 1
CONTACT: Chris Geovanis, 312-329-6250, 312-446-4939 (m), ChrisGeovanis@ctulocal1.org. 1 PM, Sunday, Dec. 9: Rally with Acero strikers, parents, allies. CTU HQ, 1901 W. Carroll, Chicago.
Woman slips out of handcuffs, escapes custody at Cook County courthouse
CHICAGO (WLS) -- A 19-year-old woman facing a robbery charge escaped custody on Friday while making a court appearance at the Cook County courthouse in Chicago. Police continued late Friday to search for Alicia Gines, who was arrested on a 2017 robbery charge. She was placed on the Cook County elect
Proposed Maywood Trucking Company Modifies Plans As Construction Looms
Saturday, December 8, 2018 || By Michael Romain || @maywoodnews. Featured image: A visualization of the proposed SMC Management trucking site to be developed at 1001 S. St. Charles Rd. in Maywood. | Forza.
OPRF officials say 2nd AirDrop incident in month doesn't involve hate speech; community activist disagrees
Officials at Oak Park and River Forest High School investigated Friday after a student reportedly “air-dropped” an unintended message to a group of students in a classroom.