Wrigleyville Halloween Crawl Canceled Due To Cubs GameChicago Twenty Something announced Sunday the cancellation of their Wrigleyville Halloween Crawl due to Cubs World Series game.
Excuse Me, Over Here? Remember Us? The Chicago White Sox?If the White Sox are feeling neglected right now, they have a good reason.
The Wait Is Over For Cubs' Fans Clark And AddisonFor twins Clark and Addison McFarland, their wait to see the Chicago Cubs in the World Series is over.
Fans In And Around Wrigley Ready For Game 1The game may be at Progressive Field, but there is still a lot going on at the Friendly Confines of Wrigley Field.
Chicago Cubs Fans Rally At Harry Caray’s Before World Series Game 1Chicago Cubs fans began celebrating Tuesday morning at Harry Caray’s River North ahead of World Series Game 1.
89-Year-Old Cubs Fan Ready For The Big Win89-year-old Cubs fan thinks optimistically about the coming games for the Cubs in the World Series.
Girls & Autism: It Can Be Subtle, Or Absent For Some At RiskThe developmental disorder is at least four times more common in boys, but scientists taking a closer look are finding some gender-based surprises: Many girls with autism have social skills that can mask the condition.
Police: Man Tried To Sexually Assault Woman On Northwest SideA man tried to sexually assault a woman early Sunday as she walked to a Blue Line station on the Northwest Side.
Man Charged With Setting Fire To NW Side ChurchA Northwest Side man has been charged with setting fire to St. Genevieve Church early Monday.
Ohio, Illinois Governors Place Bets Over Cubs-Indians SeriesBruce Rauner and John Kasich are betting cases of beer, pizza and other ballpark favorites on the World Series beginning Tuesday between the Cubs and the Indians.
Sentencing Date Set For Ex-Chicago Schools SuperintendentA sentencing date has been set for former Chicago Public Schools CEO Barbara Byrd-Bennett for her part in a scheme that steered contracts to two education-services companies in exchange for anticipated kickbacks.
Clinton And Trump Are Neck And Neck -- At Chicago Costume Shop, AnywayMasks of the political candidates are about even, say managers at Fantasy Costumes. WBBM's Steve Miller reports.

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