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2 men dead, 3 others injured after mass shooting in The Loop

CHICAGO (CBS)-- Two people are dead and three others injured after a mass shooting in The Loop early Friday morning. Police said five men were leaving Persona Lounge, in the 400 block of South Wells Street around 1:45 a.m., and got into an argument with another man. That man fired shots, hitting the five men. The two men who died were 26 and 29 years old. The three men injured were taken to local hospitals in good condition. Police are investigating. This is a developing story. 
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Ex-Bears QB Jay Cutler hopes Chicago's coaching turnover doesn't hurt Justin Fields' development

The Chicago Bears haven't enjoyed a great deal of recent success at the quarterback position. Over the last few years, it's been a combination of mediocrity headlined by Mitchell Trubisky, Nick Foles, Andy Dalton, Matt Barkley, and others. Heading into 2022, however, there's the promise that the tides could turn at the position with second-year quarterback and former first-round pick Justin Fields heading into his first season as the full-time starter.
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NBA free agency 2022: Zach LaVine, James Harden, Deandre Ayton headline list of 50 players who are available

Remember when it seemed like most of the teams in the NBA were trying to clear cap space, obsessed with the idea of recruiting a star -- or stars -- in free agency? In recent years, that has gone out of style. Elite players are still changing teams, but they are increasingly doing it via trade rather than hitting the open market. You might have even heard about a future Hall of Famer requesting a trade a few hours before free agency began.

Pair shot while driving in Gresham

CHICAGO - Two people were shot while driving early Friday in the Gresham neighborhood. A 34-year-old and another male whose age was unknown were traveling eastbound in a car around 12:44 a.m. when they were struck by gunfire in the 900 block of West 76th Street, police said. The 34-year-old...

Partners Supply Chain Solutions Signs 50,007 SF Industrial Lease in Carol Stream, Illinois

CAROL STREAM, ILL. — Partners Supply Chain Solutions (PSCS) has signed a 50,007-square-foot industrial lease at 189 Easy St. in the Chicago suburb of Carol Stream. The lease represents a 25 percent increase in space from the company’s current location at 171 Gary St. in Carol Stream. PSCS expects to take occupancy of its new space in August. Built in 1996, the property spans 75,538 square feet and features 10 docks. Jay Cook of Cresa represented PSCS, which operates bulk and rail operations in more than 1 million square feet in Elmwood. The Carol Stream facility will serve as its specialized operations center, housing food and pharmaceuticals and high-value inventory. Philadelphia-based EQT Exeter owns the building.

Baum Realty Arranges $2.3M Sale of Retail Center in Streamwood, Illinois

STREAMWOOD, ILL. — Baum Realty Group LLC has arranged the sale of the Emerald Hills Shopping Center in the Chicago suburb of Streamwood for $2.3 million. The 20,604-square-foot property, located on South Sutton Road, is fully leased to local and national retailers. Patrick Forkin of Baum represented the seller, a family office. The center was encumbered by a CMBS loan, which the undisclosed buyer assumed at closing.

NAI Hiffman Brokers Sale of Seven-Building Industrial Portfolio in Metro Chicago

CHICAGO — NAI Hiffman has brokered the sale of the Chicago Strategic Logistics Portfolio for an undisclosed price. The seven-building portfolio totals 1.4 million square feet. The assets are located throughout metro Chicago and are fully leased by 12 tenants. Patrick Sullivan and Ryan Chambers of NAI Hiffman represented the undisclosed seller. The buyer was Ascendas Real Estate Investment Trust, a member of CapitaLand Investments, which is headquartered in Singapore.

Billionaire Beau Wrigley Faces Another Cannabis Lawsuit, This Time Worth $80M, Seeks Arbitration

Billionaire William “Beau” Wrigley Jr, heir to the Wrigley chewing gum fortune, has requested arbitration in a failed Parallel deal to buy six Chicago cannabis companies. Wrigley is already facing lawsuits over another failed deal – Parallel’s initial public offering via an announced billion-dollar merger with Ceres Acquisition Corp CERAF. At the time, Wrigley was the CEO of the cannabis company Parallel.

Aces Seeing Uptick in Interest For WNBA Championship

You can make a case for multiple teams to win the WNBA Championship this season, but there’s little doubt the Las Vegas Aces are the current front-runner. The Aces currently own the WNBA’s best record at 14-5, and there’s a lot to like about where this club is currently headed. Five players on the team are averaging more than ten points per game, and there’s a lot of scoring on this roster, helping them to the league’s best record and the best odds to win the championship this year. The Aces are averaging 90.5 points per game and are only allowing 82.7, putting them in a class of their own in the standings. Las Vegas holds odds of +150 to win the title after opening up at +300. Kelsey Plum is leading the way averaging 20.7 points per game, while A’ja Wilson and Jackie Young are both averaging more than 17.

Meet Dr. Chanda Macias, Scientist, Researcher And Marijuana Pioneer At Benzinga Cannabis Capital Conference In September

Dr. Chanda Macias is a trailblazer in the legal cannabis industry many times over. In 2015 she became the country’s first woman of color medical cannabis operator as CEO of National HolisticTM Healing Center in Washington DC. Several years later, she became the first Black woman multistate operator in the United States as CEO of Ilera Holistic Healthcare in Louisiana.
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Chicago shooting during dispute leaves 2 dead, 3 wounded

An early morning shooting in Chicago's downtown left two dead and three wounded, police said. The five persons involved in the shooting were said to have been leaving a business at approximately 1:45 am when one of the individuals with whom they were in an argument with opened fire, police said in a statement according to the Associated Press.

15-year-old boy wounded in Englewood drive-by shooting

CHICAGO - A teenager was shot and wounded early Friday in the Englewood neighborhood. The 15-year-old was walking in the street around 2:25 a.m. in the 5900 block of South La Salle Street when a blue minivan pulled up and someone inside started shooting, police said. He was shot three...