LeBron James was a remarkable 22-of-33 from the floor in setting a career-high in points.
What you should and shouldn’t take away from the Bulls’ five-game winning streak.
The Pacers made a big move just before the trade deadline, bolstering their bench.
The Bulls leave you conflicted, given their fight and their limitations.
Is it because every team in the city is equally loved and supported, with sellouts stretching back decades, through good seasons and bad?
No Thibodeau-coached team is allowed to be beaten at its own game.
Only 82 games and at least one best-of-seven playoff series to go before this season starts for real.
Far more often than not, the next man up sucks. And everybody knows it.
Hundreds of Chicagoans are struggling through the cold with no heat. Their apartment complex in the near west side’s Medical District hasn’t turned it on.
Luol Deng is tremendously important to the Bulls, which is why they should avoid signing him to another long-term extension.
With possible record-breaking heat on Tuesday, many local schools were planning to send kids home early, while others were closing altogether.
Some students at Lincoln Park High School were upset about being forced to comply with the school’s dress code during the extreme heat on Monday and Tuesday.
The brutal heat has prompted some schools to end classes early on Tuesday, or cancel classes altogether.
School districts in the Chicago area have begun adjusting their schedules because of this week’s heat wave.
As classes begin for the Chicago Public Schools, the city will be seeing some of the hottest conditions of the year.
The week will start out a scorcher and then maybe — maybe — ease up by Labor Day weekend, according to the National Weather Service.
The Federal Railroad Administration said it’s likely that temperatures of 103 degrees last July caused train tracks to buckle, derailing a coal train, and causing the bridge it was traveling on to collapse.
Today is the last day of the stifling heat – at least for a while – and that’s welcome news to a guy who stands on the hot pavement, peddling fruit and water to passing drivers.
CBS 2’s Susanna Song visited an all-girls summer camp in Uptown to see how they’re dealing with the heat and humidity.
At the Lincoln Park Zoo, both the animals and those who came to visit them coped with the heat wave.