CBS 2’s Mike Puccinelli reports on a meeting between locals and Cubs representatives.
Police found and confiscated the camera, which had been attached to wires that led into a locked basement. Sources said police were waiting for a search warrant to access that basement area, and seize any recording devices that might be inside.
A west suburban man died early Tuesday after he fell out of a third-floor window in Wrigleyville during a party.
About two dozen fans stood outside the Cubby Bear waiting to get a glimpse of Joe Maddon.
Many residents of the neighborhood surrounding Wrigley Field don’t like the Cubs’ plan to put a massive video screen in left field and a new advertising board in right field.
A series of suspicious car fires are under investigation in Wrigleyville and Boystown. In all seven vehicles were burned, four of which are destroyed.
The victim was attacked around 12:30 a.m. in the 3500 block of North Clark Street and was taken to the hospital in stable condition.
While most of us are bundling up, hundreds of people were running mid-afternoon in Wrigleyville in their undies.
The cause of a fire that broke out in a building along the popular entertainment district south of Wrigley Field on Friday night has been classified as undetermined, a Fire Department official said Tuesday.
The first annual “Batting for Boobies” will be held at Slugger’s on Sunday from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.
A firefighter was hospitalized after crews battled a two-alarm fire Tuesday afternoon in the North Side Wrigleyville neighborhood.
Across the street from the storied ballpark and just behind the McDonald’s on Clark, neighbors on a lovely block are worried.
More than 200 people turned out for the rally, on the corner of Clark Street and Patterson, in the ballpark’s shadow.
Sitting 15 games out of first place, the Chicago Cubs couldn’t be much further from a world championship right now if they were, well, living on a different planet.
Hey, at least the police tried to contain the party.
Thousands of jubilant fans poured out onto the streets of Chicago to celebrate the Blachawks second Stanley Cup in four years.
A man who was plotting to set off a bomb near Wrigley Field was sentenced to 23 years in prison by a federal judge on Thursday.
So, what if the Cubs set up their own giant HDTV on the reverse side of their proposed video board?
Three men have been sentenced to probation for a July 2012 beating in Wrigleyville that left four injured — including a police officer — and was filmed as a part of a rap video.
Public opinion matters to the Cubs in their efforts to modernize their property and stabilize their presence in Tom Ricketts’ beloved Wrigleyville.