The Bears are the favorites over the Vikings (wait, what?) in the NFC North.
The White Sox may not be involved in any potential postseason play in 2014, but looking at postseason awards may be another story.
Chris Conte will figure into a three-man rotation at safety for the Bears.
The crew of the Spiegel and Mannelly Show are partaking in a confidence pool contest.
“Like anything else, it’s going to take some time to jell and mesh,” Robbie Gould says.
Also, third-stringer David Fales will start Thursday’s preseason finale.
Chicago and Seattle kick off at 9 p.m. tonight in the Pacific Northwest.
“It’s rough, to go into a stadium like that,” Jay Cutler says.
The NFL’s open to cold-weather cities hosting the Super Bowl now, so there’s an outside chance for Chicago.
Sale (8-1) allowed six hits and walked none in his fourth double-digit strikeout game of the season and 14th of his career.
Business owners in the city’s trendy Fulton Market area were urging the Emanuel administration to drop plans to designate the district as a city landmark, and turn the wholesale market into a tourist-oriented farmers market like Pike Place in Seattle.
As the City of Seattle starts to raise its minimum wage to $15-an hour, Mayor Emanuel’s hand-picked panel is preparing to hold its first public hearing on how Chicago might raise the minimum wage here, reports WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore.
So long as home-field advantage is on the line, there should be nothing honorary about the game.
White Sox first baseman Jose Abreu had a remarkable 14 RBIs last week alone.
Have you ever seen anything like this before?
Darwin Barney is trying to rebound from a 2013 campaign in which he hit a paltry .208.
The blowout didn’t prevent Super Bowl XLVIII from becoming the most-watched show ever.
As it does every year, Forbes.com ranked America’s Most Miserable Sports Cities.
Chicago Teachers Union President Karen Lewis apologized for some remarks she made to a group in Seattle last month, but she stood by those comments and blamed right-wing bloggers for publicizing them.
Chicago Teachers Union president Karen Lewis is apologizing for a mocking remark she made about U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan.