Sun Art is going away.
The Chicago Sun-Times says it’s shutting down.
It’ll be replaced by Sun Art Chicago, which will continue to focus on sports, but will have a more general-interest section.
The Sun-Time said in a statement that it will be the last Sun-Art Chicago.
The newspaper also said it will stop publishing newspaper ads and will not carry a new paper called Sun Art.
The decision comes after years of pressure from the city, which had pushed Sun Art to diversify into sports.
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel has been trying to get Sun Art into sports, and the newspaper had planned to carry a sports section.
Sun Art was the largest sports publisher in the world before it folded.
The paper is owned by Tribune Publishing Group.
Sun Arts last year said it would sell Sun Art, which included more than 500 sports-related stories and featured a columnist, to a private investor for $3.5 billion.
Tribune Publishing owns the Chicago Sun.
Tribune has long had a history of selling newspapers, and it was among the last major newspaper companies to fold.