On Wednesday, a Bourbonnais woman will got the chance of a lifetime.
ALS jokes. Victim blaming. Rape and sports comparisons. It’s been some week. And it’s only Hump Day.
Following a poor-taste radio segment that poked fun at former Saints defender Steve Gleason’s battle with ALS, three Atlanta sports radio personalities have been fired.
An Atlanta sports radio personality and two others were fired after an attempt at humor backfired and went viral.
Former Illinois Comptroller Dawn Clark Netsch, who was the first woman to win a major party’s nomination for governor, has lost her battle with Lou Gehrig’s disease. She was 86.
Ambulance 85 from Chinatown was sent and started the victim on a journey spanning two different hospitals, which greatly delayed medical care. CBS 2′s Dave Savini reports.
BARRINGTON, Ill. (WBBM) – A 53-year-old investment banker has been packing in the ice cream to keep up his weight for an English Channel swim later this month in honor of his late father. Doug […]
NEW YORK — Scientists have found evidence connecting head injuries in athletes to Lou Gehrig’s disease, according to a report to air on HBO’s Real Sports on Tuesday night.