Euphoria Pervades Wrigleyville As Cubs Earn World Series AppearanceCrowd-control measures were going into high gear in the fourth inning of Game 6 of the NLCS, as the Cubs edged closer to winning the pennant.
Police Say They're Ready For Crowds If Cubs Win PennantMayor Rahm Emanuel appeared confident any public postgame party wouldn't be spoiled by rowdy fans, CBS 2's Jeremy Ross reports.
Wrigley's 'The Pink Hat Guy' Has A Lot Invested In Saturday's NLCS GameA season-ticket holder since 1967, Jim Anixter is turning 72 on the day the Cubs may punch their ticket to the World Series. CBS 2's Mai Martinez reports.
Fans Camp Near Wrigley, Hoping Tickets Are Released For Saturday's GameThere's no guarantee their waiting in chilly weather will pay off, CBS 2's Jeremy Ross reports.
Dodgers' Adrian Gonzalez: Wrigley Field 'Not A Loud Stadium To Begin With'The Cubs can close out the Dodgers in Game 6 of the NLCS on Saturday night.
Work 'Never Gets Old' For Wrigley's Head Groundskeeper"I was born and raised a Cubs fan," Roger Baird says. "I got a dream job and couldn't ask for more."
Moving Company Towing Cubs Float, Fans Around WrigleyvilleThe float can hold up to about 40 people safely.
Wrigley Firefighters Root For Cubs, But Might Not Get To Watch NLCSThey work about as close as you can get to Wrigley Field without sitting in the stands, but they might not be able to watch much of what’s happening on the field when the Cubs begin the National League Championship Series on Saturday.
The Company And Story Behind The Iconic Chicago Cubs 'W' FlagThe Chicago Cubs iconic ‘W’ flag has been gaining a lot of attention this season, with flags flying almost everywhere.
Fans Welcomed Chicago Cubs Home After NLCS AdvancementThe Wrigley Field marquee and some diehard fans welcomed the Cubs home Wednesday morning.
Wrigley Field, Neighborhood Stepping Up Security For Cubs' Playoff RunAs the Cubs get ready to start the postseason, preparations are underway in and around Wrigley Field to make sure fans are safe.
2 Investigators: Top Political Campaign Funds Spending Cash On Cubs TicketsPolitical committees led by Illinois politicians have spent more than $1 million on Chicago Cubs tickets in the last five years, CBS 2 Investigators have found.

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