This Week’s Biggest Gainers
With a victory in the North Carolina primary and a slim loss in Indiana, the Senator had political pundits claiming “It’s over.”
The Bears kicker received a five-year contract extension worth nearly $16 million, making him the highest-paid kicker in the NFL.
The Cubs skipper guided his team to a weekend sweep of the then-MLB-winningest Arizona Diamondbacks.
The Sox starting pitcher came within two outs of pitching a no-hitter in a game against the Minnesota Twins.
The Cubs outfielder—whose been under fire for his under-performance—finally broke through this weekend, boosting his average above .200.
This Week’s Biggest Losers
With a slim victory in the Indiana primary and a major loss in North Carolina, the Senator (and Park Ridge native) had political pundits claiming “It’s over.”
Alderman Gene Schulter
The chairman of the City Licensing Committee went under fire when reports surfaced of the proposed “Promoters Ordinance,” which would drastically limit the amount of live music in the city.
The jury-selection process began in the singer’s child-porn case, finally.
After showing interest in hiring former Phoenix Suns coach Mike D’Antoni, the Bulls GM was dissed as the coach chose the New York Knicks job instead.
The Bella’s Pizza owner was arrested in suspicion of a murder that took place in 1981.