Chicago will be shown nationally more than any other team.
Get ready for early starts with a pair of 11 a.m. kickoffs to open the season.
This is an intriguing hypothetical exercise.
Boston, Washington, Baltimore and Toronto evaluated Jeff Samardzija on Monday evening.
Seven months after a rare November tornado tore through downstate Washington, destroying or damaging more than 1,100 homes and claiming three lives, residents have taken some significant steps to rebuilding their town.
Redskins owner Daniel Snyder has repeatedly stated the nickname isn’t changing.
The central Illinois town has made some progress, but the road to rebuild the town is still a long process. CBS 2’s Ed Curran reports.
Trailing 3-1 to Washington, Chicago fights to keep its season alive tonight at the United Center.
A man in Nevada was upset he was prevented from purchasing a ticket to the NFL Championship game.
Bill Wennington, Mark Lazerus and Bruce Levine are among the guests today.
Morgan had 20 catches for Washington last season.
Noah is the second player in franchise history to win the award, along with Michael Jordan.
Chicago will have its hands full in a first-round series it now trails 1-0.
With a long, harsh winter finally over, residents in downstate Washington have resumed the rebuilding process in earnest, nearly five months after the town was devastated by a tornado.
Patrick Kane skated with his teammates Wednesday for the first time since his knee injury.
In addition to more than 1,000 homes destroyed or severely damaged by the Nov. 17 twister in Washington, about 1,000 trees were ripped out.
Gov. Pat Quinn said the state is stepping in with $45 million in disaster relief funds to help local governments recover from last November’s tornados, after the federal government turned them down.
CBS 2 Chief Correspondent Jay Levine visits with Mark Kirk in Washington and asks: How’s it going?
At least four other MLB clubs have their eyes on Cubs starter Jeff Samardzija.
The Youth Guidance Becoming a Man, or BAM, program first hit CBS 2’s radar screen when a University of Chicago Crime Lab study showed a 44 percent reduction in violent-crime arrests among its participants. CBS 2 Chief Correspondent Jay Levine reports.