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More stimulus money is coming soon to Chicago

Photo of money on tablePhoto by Engin Akyurt (Unsplash) Here's some good news, Chicago. The state of Illinois will be sending you a check for $50 per individual and $100 per dependent (with a maximum of three per family). So a family of five will receive the maximum of $400 (if all qualifying children are under 18 years of age). There are some income limitations, please check this source for details. The good news is that the state says a check will come to 90% of residents.
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Dean Richards’ Sunday Morning | June 26th

Dean is broadcasting from Bradley Place because at 11am he will be going with WGN-TV to be a part of the Pride Parade. Then Elton Jim will take over for Dean at 11am. Dean and the crew welcome back Elton Jim Turano to the studio and then Dave gives his Far Flung Forecast!

Marc Eversley Talks Team-Building Approach, Dalen Terry’s 3-Point Shooting, and Other Bulls Bullets

The weather is so beautiful today that I might be charged with a crime if I don’t sit on my balcony with a beer and listen to Pat Hughes call a baseball game. Dalen Terry’s name didn’t just come off the board on Thursday night. It appeared in graphics shared on social media, in a postgame press conference during the second round, and it will appear on the back of a jersey when he’s introduced at the Advocate Center later this week. In other words, all signs point to Dalen Terry dribbling a basketball in a Chicago Bulls uniform next season, which means fewer signs point to a splashy offseason trade.

Keuchel called up by Diamondbacks to start vs Tigers

PHOENIX --  Former Cy Young Award winner Dallas Keuchel was called up by the Arizona Diamondbacks from the minors on Sunday to start against the Detroit Tigers. The 34-year-old Keuchel was designated for assignment by the Chicago White Sox on May 28. The Diamondbacks signed him to a minor league deal on June 6 and will be responsible for $396,154 of his $18 million salary this year, paying only a prorated share of the $700,000 minimum.

Miro on His Decision to Re-Sign With AEW, His Awkward First Few Months With the Company

Miro first arrived in All Elite Wrestling back in September 2020, working primarily in the midcard alongside Kip Sabian and Penelope Ford as "The Best Man." But it wasn't until the following year that he shed that persona in favor of "The Redeemer," which quickly made him a wildly popular TNT Champion. The Bulgarian star is set to compete for the new AEW All-Atlantic Championship at Forbidden Door tonight in Chicago and talked about his initial stint with AEW and what convinced him to sign a long-term extension back in March.

Chicago suburb warehouse temporary employee charged after allegedly fatally shooting 1, injuring 2 others

A temporary employee in a suburban Chicago warehouse is being charged after allegedly shooting three coworkers Saturday morning, one of which died. Charles McKnight, a Chicago resident, allegedly opened fire in a WeatherTech warehouse in Bolingbrook, Illinois, on Saturday morning after allegedly robbing two coworkers at gunpoint, according to the Bolingbrook Police Department who spoke with FOX 32. Police were called to the scene at 6:25 a.m., and McKnight left the warehouse.

White Sox Lose Third Straight at Home to Baltimore, Fourth Overall

It was Lance Lynn day at 35th and Shields. Fans waited through an one hour and 20 minute rain delay to watch Lynn and the Chicago White Sox take on the Baltimore Orioles. Unfortunately, after a close game for most of the contest, the O’s reeled off four runs in the seventh inning to win 6-2.

Chicago Public Schools summer free lunch program starts on Monday

CHICAGO - Chicago Public School's free summer lunch program starts on Monday. Anyone under 18 can get free food at one of dozens of locations across the city. The young person does not have to be a CPS student to get free food. The program runs through August 12. All...