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Former Gonzaga guard Zach Norvell Jr. agrees to one-year deal with hometown Chicago Bulls

ormer Gonzaga Bulldogs guard Zach Norvell Jr. is heading home to continue his professional career. Norvell, who played in two games with the Los Angeles Lakers and three with the Golden State Warriors last season, agreed to a one-year contract with the Chicago Bulls, ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski reported. Norvell was a prep standout at Chicago’s Simeon Charter Academy.

Activists, scientists, authors among ‘genius grant’ fellows

An activist speaking out about inadequate waste and water sanitation in rural America, an author of young adult and children's literature reflecting the world's diversity, and a neuroscientist who used mathematics to study the brain's development are among the 21 recipients of this year's “genius grants".

Gale Sayers, Hall of Fame running back, dies at 77

CHICAGO – Gale Sayers, the dazzling and elusive running back who entered the Pro Football Hall of Fame despite the briefest of careers and whose fame extended far beyond the field for decades thanks to a friendship with a dying Chicago Bears teammate, has died. He was 77.

Hundreds ransack downtown Chicago businesses after shooting

Hundreds of people descended on downtown Chicago early Monday following a police shooting on the city's South Side, with vandals smashing the windows of dozens of businesses and making off with merchandise, cash machines and anything else they could carry, police said.

In pandemic year, Wrigley Rooftops give rare opportunity

Little about this pandemic delayed season is routine, with the start pushed back four months because of the coronavirus, the schedule slashed from 162 games to 60 and teams playing without spectators in the stands.