Chicago Sky guard, Jamierra Faulker, will miss the 2017 WNBA season with a left knee injury. Faulkner will undergo surgery this week to repair her anterior cruciate ligament (ACL). Faulkner sustained her injury while […]
Trees are budding, flowers are in bloom, everything’s coming up roses…but your lawn, there’s a problem. The answer may be a lawn care service, but who? In 2016, the BBB received 143 complaints related to […]
The Chicago Sky have acquired forward Keisha Hampton, from the Minnesota Lynx in exchange for their 2017 second round draft pick, forward/center Chantel Osahor, from the University of Washington. “Keisha Hampton, is a consistent shooter […]
The Chicago Sky selected center, Alaina Coates, from the University of South Carolina with the 2nd overall pick and guard, Tori Jankoska, from Michigan State University with the 9th overall pick in the 2017 WNBA […]
Chicago Danztheatre Ensemble, will return to the Columbia College campus on April 13, 2017 to perform in One Voice, part of an ongoing series produced by CDE that features stories of survival and hope through poetry, song, […]
Carla D. Morrow was named Assistant Coach for the Chicago Sky. A veteran coach, Morrow spent 11 seasons as Assistant Coach at Xavier University. Throughout Morrow’s tenure at Xavier, the Musketeers put together a […]
Boat traffic has begun on the Chicago River now that we have signs of spring. 10 News Chicago
Crescent Heights is working on building the tallest building in the South Loop. The building will when complete stand 76 stories tall.
A high of 82 in Chicago on Friday. By the end of the day on the thermometer registered 43 degrees.
Six people, two teenage boys were in the path of bullets and were wounded in shootings Sunday on the South and West sides.
The “Internet of Things” (IoT)…smart televisions, smartphones, tablets, cameras, household appliances, lights, home entertainment systems and wearable health devices are all IoT’s; everyday objects that connect to the internet to send and receive data. While […]