Pat Brickhouse, Wife Of Legendary Cubs Broadcaster Jack Brickhouse, Dies At 91Pat's big personality made her a popular figure around Chicago for decades and she was always by the side of Jack, before he passed away in 1998.
Betty White, Beloved Actress And Oak Park Native, Dies At 99White once said her character Sue Ann Nivens in “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” could be “icky-sweet” but was “really a piranha type.” That role brought her two Emmys.
Chicago Artists Remember Fashion Icon Virgil AblohAlthough his battle was out of the public eye, that was not the only mystery about him. He was an artist in every aspect, every dimension of his life. And regardless of his fame, he treated everyone as a friend.
Funeral For Chicago Activist, Historian Timuel Black Set For FridayThe funeral is private, but it will be live-streamed.
Chicago Area Muralist Timmothy Etters Dies At 52A cancer survivor, he was also color blind.
Loyola Legend Jerry Harkness Has Died"Jerry was a true trail blazer not only in basketball, but in so many different walks of life, and the impact he made was immeasurable."
Remembering Longtime CBS 2 Anchor, Reporter, And Adventurer Bob WallaceWe are mourning the loss of Bob Wallace, a longtime Emmy-winning reporter and anchor who injected a little fun into the stories he brought us at CBS 2.
Legendary ‘Sound Of Music’ Actor Christopher Plummer Dies At 91
White Sox Great Dick Allen Dies At Age Of 78Allen's family announced his death through his Twitter account.
Remembering Beloved Meteorologist Jerry TaftTaft spent more than 40 years predicting the weather on Chicago television stations.
Chicago Jazz Legend Freddy Cole Dies At Age 88"You go through a lot to get to be the musician that I am right now. But I made it through."
Former Cubs General Manager Saltwell DiesSaltwell arrived in Chicago in 1958 and served as concession manager, traveling secretary, assistant secretary, assistant treasurer, secretary, general manager, vice president and consultant.
Former Cubs, Royals Manager Jim Frey Dies At Age 88His 1980 Royals swept the Yankees in the ALCS, then lost to Philadelphia in a six-game World Series. His Cubs wasted a 2-0 lead against San Diego in the 1984 NLCS.
Jazz Great Ellis Marsalis Jr. Dead At 85; COVID-19 Involved“Ellis Marsalis was a legend. He was the prototype of what we mean when we talk about New Orleans jazz. He was a teacher, a father, and an icon — and words aren’t sufficient to describe the art, the joy and the wonder he showed the world."
1st African American On Illinois High Court Dies At 86Current Chief Justice Anne M. Burke heralded Freeman as someone with a sharp legal mind who broke down barriers throughout his life.