Bears New Coach / No Bond For Teen Shooter / JRW Doc / Erasure

As the Bears plan to move game day to the suburbs, Chicago executives brace for the the city’s future as a proud pro-soccer city.

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  • The Bears have a new head coach named Matt. Colts defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus takes over after Matt Nagy’s disappointing era. The Bears now believe Eberflus is the right person to turn the team into Super Bowl title contenders, reports Jeff Arnold. (Room)
  • 16-year-old shooter charged as an adult in the murder of third-grade student Melissa Ortizand its 27-year-old driver, were link refused and imprisoned on Thursday. “Once again we see today that it is easier for kids to get guns than it is for them to get a pack of cigarettes“Said Cook County Judge Susanna Ortiz. (Patch)
  • State Representative LaShawn Ford wants the state and city to reallocate funds to help victims of crime to move. “Moving on is difficult, and it can be complicated if the individual feels trapped in the current home that reminds them of the tragedy they are facing,” the West Side Democrat said. (Fox32)
  • Chicago documentary filmmaker Kevin Shaw’s new project, “One Golden Summer,” follows the rise of the Jackie Robinson West team and subsequent stardom before the team was stripped of its United States title after Little League officials. The film centers around exclusive interviews with former JRW coach Darold Butler and former players. (Room)
  • Laquan McDonald’s grandmother publicly called on the federal government to charge murder convicted former Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke with civil rights violations for killing the black teenager. Van Dyke is expected to be released from state prison for good behavior next month. (FOX32)

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