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November 22, 2011 | RedEye
It's one of the weirdest sports stories we've heard in a while: Homeless man breaks into White Sox general manager Kenny Williams' townhouse, drinks beer, eats pizza, defrosts a lobster and uses the computer before leaving dressed in Williams' clothes and wearing his 2005 White Sox World Series ring. Wayne L. Field III was arrested Monday and charged with residential burglary in connection the break-in that occurred over the weekend. Enough with that, now on to the fun stuff.
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November 22, 2011 | RedEye
It's one of the weirdest sports stories we've heard in a while: Homeless man breaks into White Sox general manager Kenny Williams' townhouse, drinks beer, eats pizza, defrosts a lobster and uses the computer before leaving dressed in Williams' clothes and wearing his 2005 White Sox World Series ring. Wayne L. Field III was arrested Monday and charged with residential burglary in connection the break-in that occurred over the weekend. Enough with that, now on to the fun stuff.
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April 3, 2012 | By Ernest Wilkins, RedEye
By the time you read this, I will have amassed 2,500 "friends" on Facebook. Ridiculous, right? I can't count to 2,500, even on a good day. While I don't take Facebook and online privacy as seriously as some people do (I'll prove it: facebook.com/ernestwilkins - come say hey), I did recently find myself wondering who these folks are. Who am I sharing the most intimate moments of my existence with? What does a "friend" even mean in the age of social media and all that jazz? (Yikes, that last sentence sounds like a title from a panel discussion I never want to attend.)
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October 3, 2013 | By Rachel Cromidas, @rachelcromidas and RedEye
For the firearms behind some of Chicago's most violent crimes, death row is a West Side warehouse that smells of weed and gunmetal. About 80,000 of the illegal weapons that the Chicago Police Department has seized sit there packed into row after row of shelves, meticulously labeled and guarded by officers who wait for the green light to destroy them. The guns, almost all of which were seized by the department during criminal arrests, range from the common handgun to military rifles to “street sweepers” - guns with oversized, rotary magazines and so much destructive...
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October 3, 2013 | By Rachel Cromidas, @rachelcromidas and RedEye
Forthe firearms behind some of Chicago's most violent crimes, death row is a West Side warehouse that smells of weed and gunmetal. About 80,000 of the illegal weapons that the Chicago Police Department has seized sit there packed into row after row of shelves, meticulously labeled and guarded by officers who wait for the green light to destroy them.¿ The guns, almost all of which were seized by the department during criminal arrests, range from...
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