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  • Chicago sleeps a few minutes longer each night than New York: data

    Chicago sleeps a few minutes longer each night than New York: data
    Chicago residents can go to bed tonight knowing they sleep better than New Yorkers but get less shuteye than Orlando, Fla.  In a comparison of major cities, Chicago gets on average 6 hours and 50 minutes of sleep, according to data analyzed by the...
  • D-Rose: sore knees, sore body, sore feelings

    D-Rose: sore knees, sore body, sore feelings
    Just throwing, um, stuff against the wall:  We’re up to four days now since Derrick Rose’s first game, and he still hasn’t practiced or played. And then he’s going to play, what, three games in five days in a tournament nobody...
  • PRESS BOX: Mo'Ne helps get record rating

    The Sports Xchange PRESS BOX: Mo'Ne helps get record rating National sensation Mo'Ne Davis may not have been able to duplicate her first start, but her presence on the mound Wednesday night led to the highest-rated Little League World Series telecast...
  • Avalanche G Giguere retires

    The Sports Xchange Avalanche G Giguere retires Colorado Avalanche goalie Jean-Sebastien Giguere officially announced his retirement Thursday after 16 seasons in the NHL. The 37-year-old earned 262 victories in 597 regular-season games and won a Stanley...
  • Virgen: Augie Nieto continues to inspire

    Virgen: Augie Nieto continues to inspire
    Family and friends of Augie Nieto stood around the man and chanted his name Sunday afternoon on Balboa Island. We all shouted in unison, "Augie! Augie! Augie!" Nieto, a Corona del Mar resident who has been living with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis...
  • Kings Coach Darryl Sutter is never down on the farm

    Kings Coach Darryl Sutter is never down on the farm
    The road to the heart of hockey's greatest team is covered in gravel and clouded in dust. The road is bumpy, barren, stretching out from a town with no stoplights into a vast and desolate countryside blanketed in an interminable silence interrupted by...
  • Ex-Blackhawk Troy Brouwer selling Chicago condo

     Ex-Blackhawk Troy Brouwer selling Chicago condo
    Former Chicago Blackhawks right wing Troy Brouwer has a contract pending to sell his three-bedroom, 2,900-square-foot duplex penthouse in Roscoe Village for $749,000, just $1,000 less than the asking price. Brouwer, 29, from Vancouver, British Columbia,...
  • Little Leaguers captivate even those blasé about baseball

    Little Leaguers captivate even those blasé about baseball
    In 1975, there were maybe 20 Associated Press staffers in Pennsylvania, and only one of them disliked baseball, so just guess which one the AP sent to Williamsport to cover the Little League World Series. That was the year a team from Lakewood, N.J.,...
  • Chicago to hold parade for Jackie Robinson West team

    Chicago to hold parade for Jackie Robinson West team
    Win or lose from here on out, the Jackie Robinson West youth baseball team will get a parade when they return to Chicago from the Little League World Series in Pennsylvania. The city announced Friday that the parade will take place Wednesday, with...
  • South Korea's new ice hockey coach shoots for the stars

    SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea's new national ice hockey coach Jim Paek doesn't know if success is the "chicken or the egg", but he knows he needs it right away if the sport is to gather momentum ahead of the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics. Paek, who left...
  • Former Blackhawk Troy Brouwer sells Roscoe Village home

    Former Blackhawk Troy Brouwer sells Roscoe Village home
    Former Chicago Blackhawks right wing Troy Brouwer has a contract pending to sell his three-bedroom, 2,900-square-foot duplex penthouse condominium unit in Roscoe Village, which is on the market for $750,000. The Vancouver-born Brouwer, 29, was with...
  • Letters: He can cover, but he can't cover up

    Apparently, Josh Shaw has not learned the lessons of history from Richard Nixon, Pete Rose, Lance Armstrong, Bernie Madoff, and baseball players from the steroid era. Mr. Shaw, a strategy for concealing wrongful conduct by orchestrating a deliberate...