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  It seems that Cubs shortstop Starlin Castro has gone from the next big thing to yesterday's news overnight. Following Castro's struggles last year, Cubs fans are ready for a look at shortstop phenom Javier Baez, making this a big year for Castro.

Can Cubs’ Castro stop the slide and find success again?

Updated: 2/23/2014 08:59 PM

  Plainfield North's Kapri Bibbs decided to enter the NFL draft after just one season at Colorado State, but it was an impressive year, including 1,741 rushing yards and 31 touchdowns. He finished third among running backs at the NFL's Scouting...

Bibbs knows this about NFL: Not For Long

Updated: 2/23/2014 08:53 PM

  The Brooklyn Nets signed Jason Collins to a 10-day contract, making him the first openly gay man in one of North America's four major team sports. However, that won't take the focus off of Michael Sam in the NFL.

Collins joining Nets won’t take focus off of Sam

Updated: 2/23/2014 06:48 PM

  Canada became the first nation to win back-to-back gold medals in Olympic men's ice hockey in 22 years by defeating Sweden 3-0 today at the Sochi Games.

Canada beats Sweden for back-to-back hockey gold

Updated: 2/23/2014 11:08 PM

  Motivated by his daughter who can't walk, Bill Babiarz of Wheaton is committed to running. To raise awareness and funds for the fight against Rett syndrome — the genetic, neurological disorder that robbed Cammy of the ability to talk, walk and...

Wheaton dad to run in hopes daughter can walk

Updated: 2/23/2014 07:00 AM

  The plan calls for the city to spend $1.5 billion over 10 years to remove blighted properties, upgrade public-safety equipment and technology and make other improvements. When the city filed for bankruptcy in July, it reported having 78,000...

BC-US--Detroit Bankruptcy-5 Effects,368A look at the effects of Detroit's bankruptcy plan

Updated: 2/21/2014 04:23 PM

  Support for medical testing on animals has declined 12 percent since 2001 in the United States, and the Internet may be responsible.

Animal testing support erodes

Updated: 2/21/2014 01:11 PM

  Sony Corp. has sold more than 5.3 million PlayStation 4 game consoles globally, beating its forecast, as it prepares to release the machine in Japan.

Sony sells 5.3 million PlayStation 4 consoles

Updated: 2/19/2014 03:44 PM

  Monsanto is introducing novel strains of familiar foods. Among them: Frescada lettuce, which “is sweeter and crunchier than romaine.” There’s also BellaFina peppers, which come in single-serving sizes to reduce leftovers.

Monsanto develops new veggies

Updated: 2/19/2014 03:38 PM

  Throughout a new course, Digital Divas will be encouraged to explore computer science-related careers and hobbies, including new techie tools, Internet safety, cyber bullying, Internet literacy and computer programming.

Technology classes help girls build online skills

Updated: 2/19/2014 03:12 PM

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