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Plan to keep the Bears in Chicago complicated by limits of Soldier Field



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Chicago Sun-Times Morning Edition
Good morning, Chicago —
Here’s the latest news from around the area on a somewhat chilly Thursday morning.
Despite Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s recent comments about a “bigger, better” Soldier Field to keep the Bears from leaving Chicago for the suburbs, our Fran Spielman and David Roeder spoke to local architects who say there’s only so much that could be done to expand the stadium.
And the Simeon High School community continues to mourn following the fatal shootings of two teenage classmates hours apart earlier this week. Our reporters spoke to members of the community about the victims, Jamari Williams and Kentrell McNeal, and the need to address gun violence.
Get all that news and more below. Thanks for reading.
Satchel Price, assistant audience engagement editor
Plan to keep the Bears in Chicago complicated by constraints of Soldier Field
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Simeon Career Academy students cope with the fatal shootings of two classmates hours apart
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