Bernstein: High School Football Facing Legal PressureA class-action lawsuit in Illinois about the dangers of football could be a game-changer.
Former High School QB Sues IHSA Over Concussions A former high school quarterback has filed suit against the Illinois High School Association, claiming that it has done little to protect players, including himself, from concussions. WBBM's Bob Roberts has obtained a copy of the suit, which seeks class action status.
Glory Days: Illinois High School Sports On You TubeScott Johnson is bringing high school glory days back.
Bernstein: Concussion Focus Obscures High School Football RiskThe IHSA is obscuring the truth on concussions, a detriment to all involved.
New Head Safety Rules In Place As IHSA Football Teams Begin PracticingHigh school football practices are officially allowed to begin today in Illinois, and with that, some added rules and reminders about head safety.
Bogan, Hyde Park, Uplift Barred From Prep Basketball Playoffs After Violating IHSA RulesBogan and Hyde Park played too many games, while Uplift played one tournament too many.
IHSA Bounces Homewood-Flossmoor Girls From PlayoffsA south suburban high school girls basketball team has been disqualified from the state playoffs over bylaw violations, the Illinois High School Association ruled Wednesday.
Video: Wheaton Academy Junior Makes 135 3-pointers In 5 Minutes Now, we all know who we'd never want to play a game of knock-out against.
IHSA Announces Sanctions For Seton Academy, Harrisburg High SchoolAfter an investigation into the Class 2A boys basketball state championship game between Harrisburg High School and Seton Academy, the IHSA has announced severe sanctions for both team's head coaches.
Sudanese Athletes Can Play Basketball At Mooseheart, IHSA RulesThe three young men, and a fourth teen from Sudan, transferred to Mooseheart — a boarding school for troubled youth in Batavia — last year.
Friday Night Games A Longshot For CPS StudentsFor hundreds of Chicago high school athletes, the reality is hitting home for them now, CBS 2’s Mike Parker reports.