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  • Bears training camp is code for 'vacation from losing'

    Bears training camp is code for 'vacation from losing'
    Summer has begun to heat up in Chicago, but our teams continue to toil in a frozen hell of losing. As we near the end of July, the city is exploding with indifference. It's gotten so bad that we annually count the days until Bears training camp. Yes,...
  • Fans aren't the only ones cheering Kane, Toews deals

    Fans aren't the only ones cheering Kane, Toews deals
    It's not just Blackhawks fans who are elated with Patrick Kane's and Jonathan Toews' eight-year contract extensions. Their teammates are thrilled, too. At the Hawks' seventh annual fan convention this weekend, RedEye caught up with several of the duo'...
  • LAPD's two drones under lock-and-key by feds until rules in place

    A pair of drones owned by Los Angeles police are currently under lock-and-key by federal authorities until a policy is in place for their use, an LAPD official said Tuesday. The move to hand them over to the Department of Homeland Security was a...
  • On 1-year anniversary of Blackhawks' Cup, Bolland reminisces

    On 1-year anniversary of Blackhawks' Cup, Bolland reminisces
    LAS VEGAS -- Dave Bolland planned for what for him is a normal summer day Tuesday by heading to the gym for a workout and then undergoing a physiotherapy session on his rehabbing left ankle. At some point, however, Bolland would take a moment to click...
  • Organizers: We can handle crowd for Thursday's World Cup viewing party

    Organizers: We can handle crowd for Thursday's World Cup viewing party
    Despite problems handling the over-capacity crowd watching Sunday's World Cup game telecast in Chicago, organizers expect no problems handling an even bigger crowd for this Thursday's game. Drenching rains forced the viewing party for the U.S. soccer...
  • Kings' Jonathan Quick has wrist surgery, could be out 10-12 weeks

    Kings' Jonathan Quick has wrist surgery, could be out 10-12 weeks
    Kings goalie Jonathan Quick, who injured his wrist during the run to the Stanley Cup, underwent wrist ligament surgery Tuesday. The procedure is expected to keep him off the ice for 10 to 12 weeks, just before the opening of training camp, according...
  • Ducks' Bob Murray is touched by award from fellow general managers

    Ducks' Bob Murray is touched by award from fellow general managers
    Ducks front-office executive Bob Murray, not relishing the spotlight, survived the moment and his speech after being named the NHL’s general manager of the year. Soon after, he received kudos from a crosstown rival and peer, Kings General...
  • 120 Sports Digital Net Launches with League Backers, But Faces Tough Odds to Attract Fans

    If you build it, there's no guarantee they will come. 120 Sports, which officially launches Wednesday with an eight-hour block of short-form clips, is about to test the appetite of fans for yet another digital outlet of daily news and analysis for all...
  • Cubs ratings dive puts WGN-9 in tough spot

    Cubs ratings dive puts WGN-9 in tough spot
    On May 28, 2008, Alfonso Soriano's game-winning single in the 10th inning gave the Cubs a 2-1 victory over the Dodgers. While a crowd of 39,945 jammed Wrigley Field, many more fans throughout the Chicago area were sitting in front of their televisions...
  • Press Box: NCAA grants power conferences autonomy

    The Sports Xchange Press Box: NCAA grants power conferences autonomy The NCAA approved an historic change on Thursday to allow the 65 schools in the five power conferences to write many of their own rules. The 16-2 vote by the Division I Board of...
  • LAPD want to crack down on civilian drones after police station incident

    LAPD want to crack down on civilian drones after police station incident
    Los Angeles police officials say they may have to set boundaries on hobbyist drone use because local ordinances are vague and federal regulators are unlikely to to put clear-cut rules in place anytime soon. “It’s just a quagmire … we&...