Bernstein: Is The NFL Getting More Fun?The league appears on the verge of relaxing its excessive celebration rules.
Dax Shepard Will Serve As VIP At 2017 Chicago Polar PlungeSpecial Olympics Chicago announced that the star of the upcoming action comedy “CHiPS” has been named a "very important plunger."
Study Finds States With Legalized Same-Sex Marriage Have Fewer Teen SuicidesA new study by the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health found states that legalized same-sex marriage has a positive impact on LGBTQ teenagers.
White Sox's Abreu To Jury: I Ate Fake Passport On Way To U.S.Chicago White Sox first baseman Jose Abreu told a Miami federal jury Wednesday that he ate a chunk of a fake passport while flying to the U.S. to cover up his illegal travel as part of a Cuban ballplayer smuggling operation.
Doctors Warn Of Colon, Rectal Cancers Spike In Young AdultsColo-rectal cancer rates have declined for years, but now health experts have seen a spike in rates among young people in their 20s and 30s.
Emma: Bears Plan To Be Cautious, Composed In Free AgencyBears general manager Ryan Pace knows well the inherent risk that comes with free agency.
Blackhawks' Jonathan Toews Named NHL's 'First Star' For FebruaryToews had five multi-point performances, including a hat trick on Feb. 21.
Experts Warn Of Fake Emotional Posts On FacebookWhen you can't help but show empathy, you may actually be falling victim to an online scam that is going viral.
Emma: Why The Bears Will Let Alshon Jeffery Test The Open MarketThe Bears hope to re-sign Jeffery, but there are many factors in play.
Student Sexually Assaulted At Roosevelt University DormThe 18-year-old girl was sexually assaulted about 3 a.m. at the Wabash Building Residence Hall in the 400 block of South Wabash.
Ottawa Still "Locked Down" After Tornado: "Streets Are Not Safe Yet"Officials in Ottawa, Illinois, were asking volunteers to stay away from the city for now, as crews continue to assess and repair damage from Tuesday’s tornado, declaring “the streets are not safe yet.”
Chicago's Fleet And Facility Management Moving To EnglewoodMayor Emanuel says his administration is pushing forward with efforts to spur economic development in some of Chicago’s more troubled areas.