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Bulls introduce draft pick Dalen Terry, focus on keeping Zach LaVine

LAKE FOREST, Ill. (CBS) -- The Bulls on Monday introduced new draft pick Dalen Terry. The 6-foot 7-inch guard played for the University of Arizona, and is known for his energy, competitive drive, and defensive playmaking. Terry will wear the number 25 to honor fellow Arizona alum Steve Kerr – who wore the jersey number for the Bulls during the Michael Jordan championship era – and also to honor Simeon Vocational High School standout Ben Wilson, who was shot and killed in 1984. Terry says he's ready to get to work and learn from Head Coach Billy Donovan. "I'm just read to learn from...
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Family of Schaumburg woman who died in Florida parasailing accident to file lawsuit

CHICAGO (CBS) -- The family of a Schaumburg woman who died in a parasailing accident in South Florida last month is filing a lawsuit. Supraja Alaparthi, her son, and her nephew were in flight off Marathon, Florida when a strong gust of wind "pegged" their parasail - meaning the wind took over control of the parasail from the boat below. This made for a situation so dangerous that the captain made the difficult choice to cut the line tethered to the victims. They were dropped from an unknown height and dragged through the water by the floating parasail until it finally hit the old Seven Mile Bridge, the report said. Alaparthi, 33, died in the accident. Her son Sriakshith Alaparthi, 10, and nephew Vishant Sadda, 9, were both injured. Alaparthi's son Sriakshith's injuries were described as minor. Nephew Vishant was taken to an area hospital for additional treatment. On Tuesday, The Haggard Law Firm will announce details of a lawsuit connected to the incident.
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5-month-old girl shot in head, killed in South Shore

CHICAGO (CBS) -- A 5-month-old girl was shot in the head Friday evening in South Shore and later died.The shooting happened around 6 p.m. in the 7700 block of South South Shore Drive, police said. The baby, identified as Cecilia Thomas by the Medical Examiner's Office, was in a tan Chevrolet when another vehicle pulled up and someone inside fired shots, police said.The driver of the car made it to 71st Street between Crandon and Luella avenues about a mile and a half away and sought help.The baby was rushed to the University of Chicago's Comer Children's Hospital, where she was pronounced dead.It is unclear who else was inside the car with the baby at the time of the shooting, but a 41-year-old man was also shot in the incident. He was shot in the eye area and was taken to the University of Chicago Medical Center in good condition.No one was in custody late Friday. 
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After suspensions, Angels rally for 4-3 win over White Sox

Taylor Ward hit a go-ahead double in the seventh inning, Noah Syndergaard snapped a four-game losing streak and the Los Angeles Angels rallied for a 4-3 victory over the Chicago White Sox on Monday night.Brandon Marsh added three hits for the Angels, who have won two straight home games for the first time in nearly five weeks. The Angels are 17-18 at The Big A this season but have won only five of the last 19 in their ballpark.Gavin Sheets had two hits for the White Sox, who have dropped five of six. Lucas Giolito pitched six solid innings but...
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Bricks from wall under McCormick Place Lakeside Center fall onto DuSable Lake Shore

CHICAGO (CBS) -- Drivers had to dodge a few bricks Monday night along DuSable Lake Shore Drive. The Metropolitan Pier & Exposition Authority said bricks from a retaining wall under the under the McCormick Place Lakeside Center buckled and crumbled – sending debris onto the northbound lanes of the Drive. Most of the debris ended up on the shoulder, with some in the right-hand lane, MPEA said.At least two cars were damaged by falling debris. The Fire Department said no one was hurt.MPEA said traffic was being blocked in the right lane of the northbound Drive and from the northbound Stevenson Expressway ramp.Crews from the city, state, and McPier were removing debris from the road and also removing additional façade bricks from the wall. The cause was unknown, and structural engineers will investigate.
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Gianno Caldwell on murder of brother in Chicago: 'My family is paying the price' for soft-on-crime policies

Fox News' Gianno Caldwell joined "Hannity" Monday to share news about the murder of his teenage brother in Chicago. GIANNO CALDWELL: Well Sean I come here tonight as a man who feels shattered. My baby brother just turned 18. He was a good kid. And certainly knowing that living in Chicago seemingly comes with a price these days I never would’ve contended or rather expected that would come with a death sentence for my baby brother. Black bodies are being littered in the streets of Chicago, and it’s not just impacting African Americans here it’s impacting everyone. You can’t go downtown Chicago now without looking around your shoulder. You may be shot there. The truth of the matter is we need to uncuff the police and that’s what happened the policies, the soft-on-crime policies that have been pushed by many of the elected officials here are only causing more crime. They've only bared dead fruit and now my family is paying the price.
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Angels 4, White Sox 3: No margin for mistakes

Monday night is my curling league, so here’s a bullet-point recap. (Of the Sox game. Not my game. Although we won, 8-5, if you care.) *The White Sox did not lose this game because of Lucas Giolito, who threw a quality start with an even better finish. He limited the Angels to two runs over six innings, both of which scored in the second inning because …
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Lori Lightfoot talks LGBTQ+ rights at Pride in The Park Chicago, headlined by The Chainsmokers and Alesso

Annual music festival Pride in The Park Chicago welcomed several artists this weekend, including the Chainsmokers and Alesso, in addition to speakers like Chicago’s first openly gay mayor Lori Lightfoot. The two-day event in Grant Park celebrated the LGBTQ+ community, giving participants space to express themselves openly. Attendees demonstrated...
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