This Week’s Biggest Gainers
It’s official—the Park Ridge native has been nominated for Secretary of State.
The rookie Bulls guard has garnered much acclaim for his performance during the team’s annual “circus trip,” most recently for this eighteen-point, ten-assist game against the 76ers.
Jesse Jackson, Jr.
With an endorsement from the Sun-Times, it’s looking like Obama’s Senate seat could be his after all.
Dick Durbin wrote Bush a letter asking for a pardon for the ailing jailbird ex-gov.
In nerd news: the curator of fossil reptiles at the Field Museum was part of a team of scientists to discover a 220-year-old fossil that offers insight on the development of the turtle.
This Week’s Biggest Losers
The longtime suspect in the Jennifer Hudson family slaying was officially charged.
A loss to the Vikings puts the Bears in the unfortunate position of having to win-out to make the playoffs.
The South Side woman was charged with murder after she allegedly ran over her boyfriend’s ex-girlfriend during an altercation.
The Bears highly paid cornerback was put on the IR list, finishing his season prematurely.
Despite an early receiving touchdown, the Bears former human highlight reel took much criticism after the team’s weekend loss for his apparent loss of kick/punt return skill.