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  • Brittany Diehl

    Brittany Diehl
    Brittany Diehl is excited to call a sports city like Indianapolis home!  From the NFL to the NBA and all things racing, a job at FOX59 is a dream come true. She joined the team in July of 2010 as a sports reporter after spending two and a half years in...
  • October 6: Chicago Scene - Chicago Marathon

    October 6: Chicago Scene - Chicago Marathon
    Bank of American Chicago Marathon Sunday, October 9 For more information: www.chicagomarathon.com
  • October 7: Lunchbreak - Moroccan Cod with Chickpeas and Curried Couscous

    October 7: Lunchbreak - Moroccan Cod with Chickpeas and Curried Couscous
    Chicago Marathon Come cheer on the Komen Chicago Marathon runners at the Pink Mile: Mile 23, Sunday October 9 from 9a-2p at the corner of 33d and State. For more information please visit www.komenchicago.org For more information about the CTCA: www....
  • How much water should marathoners drink?

    How much water should marathoners drink?
    Heading into this Sunday's Chicago Marathon, debate continues over how much water runners should drink before and during the race. Discussion was sparked by the death of a North Narolina runner during last year's race. An autopsy shows William...
  • Doctors: Marathoners' reliance on painkillers poses risks down the road

    Doctors: Marathoners' reliance on painkillers poses risks down the road
    As part of her marathon training, Daisy Carranza has taken an over-the counter pain reliever nearly every day for the last several months. On race day Sunday, she's prepared to pop at least seven Extra Strength Tylenol capsules: two at the starting line,...
  • Chicago marathon, big game highlight busy traffic weekend

    Chicago marathon, big game highlight busy traffic weekend
    Chicago will face plenty of traffic concerns due to a busy long weekend: a big college game at Soldier Field Saturday, the marathon Sunday and the Columbus Day parade on Monday. A sold-out Notre Dame versus Miami game at Soldier Field means additional...
  • Chicago Marathon donation in honor of fallen Navy SEAL

    Chicago Marathon donation in honor of fallen Navy SEAL
    Cool weather is the headline, in contrast to last year’s Chicago Marathon, when record warmth surprised everyone.  This year's event expected to start with temperatures in the upper 30's.  And race organizers say they're ready for it.      "We&...
  • Cousins Honor Fallen Navy SEAL; $1500 Needed to Meet Goal

    Cousins Honor Fallen Navy SEAL; $1500 Needed to Meet Goal
    He died fighting for our country. "Dave was one of those people, he took life by storm,” Stephanie Warsen, his cousin said. Days later, Navy SEAL David Warsen's body returned home to West Michigan. The community lined the streets to honor him...
  • Marathon runs out of medals, 1,300 runners to get them in the mail

    Marathon runs out of medals, 1,300 runners to get them in the mail
    -------------------- Running coverage of the 2012 Chicago Marathon today. The Bank of America Chicago Marathon ran out of medals for about 1,300 participants who finished the course seven hours after it had begun. Marathon organizers said they were...
  • Prosecutors: Man charged with slitting landlord's throat over unpaid rent

    Prosecutors: Man charged with slitting landlord's throat over unpaid rent
    A Pilsen man with no apparent criminal record allegedly slit his landlord’s throat Friday in what prosecutors described as a dispute about unpaid rent. Oscar Hernandez, 22, of the 1800 block of South Allport Street, appeared in Cook County Bond...
  • Chill, people. Time for a fall refresher

    Chill, people. Time for a fall refresher
    In with the cold, out with the dew. Commuters are used to the October swap of flip-flops for tall boots and light cardigans for puffy coats, but this year's annual switch comes with a twist. On the rail side, the controversial rail cars with the aisle...