Levine: Chris Sale Hopes To Use Fabric Attack Fiasco To Contribute To A Charitable Cause"For everything that is negative, you hope to find a positive in all of it," Sale says.
Levine: Chris Sale Admits Some Regret But Doesn't Back Down From His Beliefs"I regret not being there for my guys," Sale says.
Cubs Spoil Chris Sale's Return With 3-1 Win Over White SoxSale (14-4) was greeted with smiles and hugs from his teammates following a five-day ban for tearing up 1976-style uniforms he didn't want to wear before his previous scheduled start.
Hillary Clinton Accepts Democratic Presidential NominationThe Chicago area native becomes the first woman to be nominated by a major U.S. political party.
Police Shoot Suspects In Two Separate Incidents On South SideThe incident occurred around 7:45 p.m. in the 6700 block of South May.
Levine: Joe Maddon Focuses On Building Trust With Aroldis Chapman"He was in awe," Maddon says of Chapman's poor first impression with the media.
Hostage Situation Ends At Cook County JailThe standoff began Thursday afternoon, when the inmates sabotaged surveillance cameras in a housing tier in Division 10.
Bulls Sign Spencer DinwiddieThe move brings Chicago's roster to the limit of 15 players.
Emma: It's Kevin White's Time To ShineWhite felt free from his lost rookie season as he took the field for training camp.
Sources: Axe Could Fall On Several Chicago Cops In Laquan McDonald CaseSources say Chicago Inspector General Joe Ferguson is wrapping up his investigation and could recommend as many as five patrolman, three detectives and a sergeant be suspended or lose their badges.
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Bulls' Jimmy Butler On Dealing With Trade Speculation: 'I'm A Big Boy'"I know it’s a business," Butler says. "If it happens, it happens. But I’m here."

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