Boston Marathon Bombings
The top five stories were grim: terrorism, performance-enhancing drug use, legal settlements, murder charges.
Longtime baseball writer Peter Gammons may find himself in a bit of hot water after his most recent comments about the ongoing Alex Rodriguez saga.
Alfred Scaletta, of Hawthorne Woods, was not injured in either attack, and was counting his blessings after flying back home on Monday.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel said “the world will watch the endurance of the human spirit” at Sunday’s Chicago Marathon – the first major marathon after last spring’s bombings in Boston.
The Chicago Police Department and other agencies have been putting the finishing touches on security plans for Sunday’s Bank of America Chicago Marathon, with thoughts of the Boston bombings in April fresh in their minds.
Boston Marathon bombing victim Jeff Bauman and his rescuer, Carlos Arredondo, are being honored at Fenway Park.
The Boston Marathon bombings showed how quickly surveillance images can help identify suspects. CBS 2’s Mai Martinez reports.
Boston Marathon runners who were stopped on the course when bombs went off at the finish line will have a chance to come back and run again next year, race organizers said on Thursday.
The deadly Boston Marathon bombings have prompted a lot of discussion about the price of having a free society, and how much freedom Americans might have to give up to stay safe.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has been formally charged in the Boston Marathon bombings, according to CBS News.
A Chicago attorney coached a boxer who faced one of the two suspects in the Boston Marathon bombings four years ago.
As the city of Boston works to recover from Monday’s bombings at the Boston Marathon, the Notre Dame football team will honor those affected.
The Boston Bruins and Pittsburgh Penguins have canceled their morning skates because of the manhunt for a suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings.
It was a really, really, really, really, really, really bad week to say the least. Chicagoans should count themselves lucky that it was mostly just our commutes and basements that were ruined.
Emerging from a moment of silence with a deafening cheer, fans at Wednesday night’s Bruins game paid tribute to the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing with a stirring a cappella national anthem and thunderous chants for their city, their country and their team.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel refused to comment Wednesday on reports a possible suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings has been identified and an arrest is imminent, but he is talking about how surveillance cameras aided the investigation.
As we now immerse ourselves back into sports after the most recent act of ignorant spinelessness to try to disrupt the joy that defines the competitions we watch, I sincerely hope that our greatest fears of what can happen at a celebration (because, really, that’s what any race or game or match is—even at Wrigley Field these days) do not cause us to temper ourselves in future celebrations.
Chicago’s running community is showing its support for Boston and the victims of Monday’s tragic bomb attack. As CBS 2’s Mike Parker reports, it happened Tuesday night.
In the wake of the bombings at the Boston Marathon, the Chicago Area Runners Association was honoring their Boston colleagues with a Unity Run on Tuesday. The run, starting at Foster Avenue beach, was not getting any special security attention, but other sporting events in Chicago over the next few days will.
In the wake of the bombings at the Boston Marathon that left three dead and more than 100 injured, the Chicago Marathon has released a statement.