Dionne Miller, ABC 7 Chicago

Dionne Miller

ABC 7 Chicago

Chicago, IL, United States

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Past articles by Dionne:

Bears legend Steve 'Mongo' McMichael shares glimpse inside his ALS battle

Steve 'Mongo' McMichael gave a rare glimpse into his biggest battle: ALS, or Lou Gehrig's disease. → Read More

'I did it!': Mount Prospect Olympic hurdler going for the gold in Tokyo

Mount Prospect shows pride for David Kendziera as he prepares for the 400-meter hurdle in the Olympics. → Read More

Chicago Cubs host Marlins, White Sox face A's in post-season playoffs schedule

The Chicago Cubs will host the Miami Marlins and the Chicago White Sox are headed to Oakland for the best of three wildcard series that starts Tuesday for a run at the MLB playoffs. → Read More

Chicago nun Stephanie Beliga to run marathon on treadmill in world record attempt

Chicago nun Stephanie Baliga hopes to set a world record by running a marathon on a treadmill to raise money for Mission of Our Lady of Angels. → Read More

Chicago Cubs, White Sox face off at Wrigley Field, but no fans allowed

The Chicago Cubs are taking on the White Sox for the adjusted version of Crosstown Classic exhibition games leading into the regular, now shortened, season. → Read More

Chicago White Sox, Cubs back at their ballparks, training for 60 game season

The sound of the bat on the ball and the sight of players on the field provided a little normalcy during an uncertain time. → Read More

Chicago State University cuts baseball program, stunning players

Chicago State University voted Monday to eliminate Cougars baseball, a program that has been on Chicago's South Side for 55 years. → Read More

Loyola Ramblers midfielder worries about distance as mom works COVID-19 front lines in UK

Loyola University Chicago Rambler's midfielder, Giann Mango, worries for his mother, who is a front line worker in the U.K., especially on Mother's Day. → Read More

Khalil Mack's brother Ledarius says he's not surprised he landed in Chicago; 'it was just destined'

Ledarius Mack, brother of Bears outside linebacker Khalil Mack, told ABC 7 he's not surprised he landed in Chicago. → Read More

Bobby Jenks shares how he overcame addiction after career-ending concurrent surgery

Former White Sox pitcher Bobby Jenks reveals his struggle with addiction and depression after a concurrent surgery on his back ended his career. → Read More

NU women's basketball Captain Veronica Burton shines as 3rd generation Wildcat

Northwestern women's basketball Captain Veronica Burton shines as a third generation Wildcat, coach Joe McKeown says. → Read More

Waddle's World: Chicago Bears end 4-game losing streak in 20-13 victory over Detroit Lions

The Chicago Bears' 20-13 victory over the Detroit Lions Sunday put an end to the team's four-game losing streak. But are the Bears back? → Read More

Waddle's World: Late field goal brings Chicago Bears to 16-14 win against Denver Broncos

After months of questions surrounding the Chicago Bears' kicking situation, the team seems to have found their man in rookie Eddy Pineiro. → Read More

Cubs' Cole Hamels' foundation funds STEM education in Chicago area, Africa

Chicago Cubs pitcher Cole Hamels is set to host his first Chicago gala benefiting the Hamels Foundation, now in its 10th year. → Read More

Ryne Sandberg game: 'Ryno' recalls career-making game 35 years later

Ryne "Ryno" Sandberg relived the game that changed his career 35 years later. → Read More

Chicago Bears owner Virginia McCaskey reflects as team turns 100

The Chicago Bears' 96-year-old matriarch Virginia McCaskey discusses her love for the game, her favorite Bears memory and what this weekend's celebration means to her. → Read More

Chicago Bears centennial celebration kicks off in Rosemont

Rosemont's Donald E. Stephens Convention Center is decked in orange and blue this weekend as Chicago Bears fans celebrate the team's centennial season. → Read More

Chicago Cubs scout refurbishes Hyde Park elementary school baseball field with $200K grant

Cubs Scout Kerron Walker has a great vision for the baseball field he grew up on at Ray Elementary School → Read More

Windy City Rollers celebrate 15th season, welcome young skaters to game

The Windy City Rollers are now in their 15th season and remain a foundational franchise of women's flat track roller derby. → Read More

Northwestern wrestlers to compete in March Matness

The Northwestern basketball team isn't participating at March Madness this year, however, five Wildcats are headed to March Matness. → Read More