They just wanted to see their favorite performers in concert, but ended up in the hospital instead. CBS 2′s Dave Savini reports on lawsuits filed against Live Nation.
Careful about your in-game tweets, because authorities are likely watching.
Is it because every team in the city is equally loved and supported, with sellouts stretching back decades, through good seasons and bad?
In an abrupt reversal, Rich Township High School District 227 officials decided to lift a ban on spectators from the varsity football game between Rich South and Rich Central, in the wake of a brawl between students of the two schools.
CBS 2’s Dana Kozlov reports Blackhawks fans follow their own unique habits –- or superstitions — in hopes of helping their team.
CBS 2’s Derrick Blakley reports on how fans who saw Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final were trying to stay awake Thursday — and those who missed it were trying to stay calm.
Whether or not they’re lucky enough to be going to any of the Stanley Cup Final games, plenty of Blackhawks fans want to make sure they look the part.
Even before the Bears were eliminated from the playoffs on Sunday, some Bears fans were calling for the ouster of head coach Lovie Smith.
It’s Back to Football Week and at Pioneer Court in Chicago, Bears fans donned their navy and orange and offered up their predictions for the new season.
Attorneys for country music superstars Sugarland suggested in a recent court filing that fans who were killed or hurt when a stage collapsed at the Indiana State Fair last year were partly to blame for their injuries.
Please, for your own benefit and the benefit of the ears of non-foolish people, stop saying “we” and “us” and “our” and “ours” when referring to the teams you root for. I’m only trying to help. You’re welcome, and Happy New Year.
It was an emotional roller coaster for Bears fans watching the game at Sweetwater Tavern and Grille on Michigan Avenue as the Oakland Raiders snapped Chicago’s five game winning streak.
The Chicago Cubs formally introduced Theo Epstein as the team’s new president for baseball operations Tuesday.
The best part of being a spectator at the marathon – other than watching the runners – is looking at the signs along the route.
Some fans are crying foul over Zion’s new minor league ballclub.
The heat is uncomfortable and potentially dangerous, but it also means increased profits for some.
The excitement White Sox fans once had for Adam Dunn seems to have completely disappeared. Now, before he even gets to the plate for an at-bat, Dunn is showered with boos from the White Sox fans in attendance.
The NFL’s right to enforce their fan code of conduct and eject fans for making obscene gestures and using foul language is at the center of a San Diego court case.
The Bulls are advancing to the Eastern Conference Finals for the first time since 1998, and fans are thrilled.
Today marks the 28th anniversary of an obscenity-laden rant by then-Cubs manager Lee Elia, after misbehaving fans drove him to his breaking point.