Economic Boost From Cubs' Playoff Run Won't Match 2016A local consulting company is estimating the economic impact will be about $90 million in the Chicago area.
Cubs Merchandise Stops Other MLB Team Production, Plus New Official StoreChicago Cubs merchandise has gotten so big this year, it seems to be the only Major League Baseball team that's selling.
Cubs Merchandise Flying Out Of StoresYou might say the World Series champion gear was moving faster than Javier Baez stealing second base, CBS 2's Sandra Torres reports.
Cubs Merch Walking Off The ShelvesWBBM's Lisa Fielding talks with a Chicago retailer in the postseason.
Cops Put High-End Loot On Display After Busting Theft RingIt all started with police looking for seven high-end watches -- worth $400,000 – stolen from a Gold Coast shop. In the hunt for those time pieces, the cops hit a jackpot.
Cops Crack Down On Retailers Who Sell Stolen GoodsA new law in Illinois is allowing police and retailers to work together to crack down on organized retail theft. CBS 2's Mike Puccinelli reports.
Feds Crack Down On Fake NFL Merchandise Ahead Of Super BowlAuthorities intercepted fake official football jerseys at O'Hare International Airport. CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot reports.
Bulls Gear Flying Off The ShelvesDerrick Rose and the Bulls have ended their season with another slam dunk -- at the sporting goods store.
Buyers May Want To Consider 'Refreshed' MerchandiseDisplay models or slightly used goods can command some serious discounts at the store, but usually with the warranties and return policies of new items.