In seven years, the knowledge and commitment of Blackhawks fans has changed for the better.
CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker shows you a new way more customers are getting their complaints seen and resolved.
Twitter and Henderson are a volatile mix.
One man “actually made some terrorist threats to us,” Marcin Gortat said.
After Mayor Jim Ardis filed a criminal complaint over the matter, police raided a home last week, seizing computers and hauling residents in for questioning. The action sparked criticism that the mayor had abused his powers and violated free speech rights.
On several levels, a pornographic tweet sent out by U.S. Airways may be the most amusing and embarrassing corporate social media gaffes ever.
Jose Abreu’s explosive arrival is a promising plot twist for pundits and White Sox fans.
Derek the RA at UConn is purportedly not in favor of fun.
Careful about your in-game tweets, because authorities are likely watching.
What were athletes thinking when they typed their first tweet?
A 14-point loss or a 15-point defeat? It’s all the same to the Bucks.
Chicago-born actress Kim Novak’s appearance on the 2014 Academy Awards sparked a firestorm on Twitter.
In what is either a promotional gimmick or massive historical lapse, Groupon is offering a President Day Weekend deal in honor of President Alexander Hamilton.
Michael Sam hasn’t faced the same venom Jason Collins did, and that’s a beautiful development.
It was a message written in the snow on the roof of a parking garage across from a Chicago hospital, and now the staff is trying to find the person it was intended for.
By Dan Bernstein- CBSChicago.com Senior Columnist (CBS) — There’s no hiding anything in Sochi. NBC knows it, and Russia will have to live with it. The 2012 London Summer Games were tabbed the “Twitter Olympics” […]
Colts punter Pat McAfee got snap-happy in the jubilant Indianapolis locker room after the 45-44 victory and posted a shot on Twitter to nearly 170,000 followers, John Breech of CBSports.com reports.
It was over, all of it. Twitter said so.
Get caught driving drunk in Riverside, and your name and offense will end up in the Twitterverse.
Jon Stewart Responds To Mayor Emanuel’s Response To Jon Stewart’s Rant Against Chicago Pizza (Is This Getting Out Of Hand?)
A rant about pizza was all it took to seemingly split the country in two — or so some jokes would have you believe.Jon Stewart, apparently not one to let others beat a joke into the ground, had a response for Mayor Emanuel’s gift of Chicago pizza on his Twitter account last night…