Nabbed endorsements from Colin Powell, the Chicago Sun-Times and, quite surprisingly, the Trib.
The Bears QB played a solid game against the Minnesota Vikings which led the team to a whopping forty-eight points, and gathered more praise from local media.
The Cubs GM was awarded a four-year contract extension.
Good luck there, brand new Blackhawks coach.
The local author saw his recent “The Lazarus Project” nominated for the prestigious National Book Award.
This Week’s Biggest Losers
The shamed former Chicago police commander was arrested at his home in Tampa and charged with perjury and obstruction of justice.
Only four games into the season, the Hawks coach was dismissed.
The son of Illinois Congressman Bobby Rush pled guilty to having sex with female inmates while he worked for the Department of Corrections.
The Rogers Park man, after being pulled over on suspicion of DUI, was arrested for possessing various weapons and ammunition, which he had stashed in the vehicle.
Sarah Palin’s bringing back Reverend Jeremiah Wright, as well as Bill Ayers.