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Near West Side »

The football player presented a $10,000 grant to Smyth Elementary.

Downtown »

The new QB has folks optimistic: Here's why. 

Uptown »

The defensive lineman turned author visited the school at 4865 N. Sheridan Road.

Old Town »

The street artist made reference to his Bear Champ figure by including a crown as a final touch.

Old Town »

The street artist known for his Bear Champ boxer appears to be the source of the Bears' inspiration.

Lincoln Square »

The Bears have commissioned a series of murals, painted across the city. Have you seen Lincoln Square's?

Lincoln Park »

Street artist Sick Fisher is painting a "Bears Brunch" on the wall of the Wild Hare, 2610 N. Halsted St.

South Loop »

Two bars near Soldier Field said they will stop showing NFL games "until something changes."

Downtown »

"CRAZY!!" the player tweeted after the incident. "WOW Mom would be proud."

West Loop »

The car was found Friday after it was stolen from White's girlfriend.

Old Town »

Former Bear Rashied Davis and chef Tony Priolo lead the benefit for Saturday Place.

South Loop »

The Bears are releasing the quarterback, who turns 34 in April.

Old Town »

He'll be joined by '85 Bears teammates Richard Dent, Dan Hampton and Mike Richardson, among others.

Downtown »

Ex-Bears and current Packers broadcaster Wayne Larrivee said Chicago should stick with Jay Cutler.

Woodlawn »

With a frigid forecast for Sunday, it could break the record for coldest Bears game at Soldier Field.