VIDEO: Cubs Fans' Celebrations From A Mile Away And 42 Stories UpAfter waiting 108 years for a World Series championship, it should be no surprise Cubs fans' celebrations could be heard all over the city, even from dozens of stories above the streets.
Baffoe: Thank You, CubsIt's a new day. Cubs fans who kept the faith have been rewarded.
Obama Invites World Series Champion Cubs To White HouseA White Sox fan, Preident Barack Obama was still rooting for the Cubs in the World Series.
Sleep Can Wait For Cubs Fans After All-Night World Series PartyThousands of fans swarmed Wrigley Field during Game 7, and hundreds were still partying outside the stadium as late as 3 a.m. Dozens stayed up past dawn to wait for the players to get back home.
Spiegel: Details Of An Extraordinary Game 7 May Fade, But The Emotions Will Forever LingerThe "lovable losers" tag is officially history.
Celebrate The World Champion Cubs With Free Stuff!If you’re still celebrating the Cubs win in the World Series (and we know you are), you’ll have plenty of choices for how to keep the party going, thanks to all the freebies being offered across Chicago.
City Reports 14 Arrests Among Revelers After Cubs Win World SeriesFor the most part, Cubs fans seemed to keep their celebrations relatively peaceful after the Cubs’ historic World Series victory Wednesday, but the revelry did get a little out of hand in a few instances.
Five Things: Cubs Win World SeriesThe 108 year drought is over. The Chicago Cubs are champions once again.
World Series Champion Cubs Back Home After "Surreal" Ride From ClevelandA bit weary from a 4 ½-hour Game 7, thanks to extra innings and a rain delay, the Chicago Cubs are back home as World Series champions, resting up for a big celebration with their fans.
Plans Still Underway For Cubs' World Series Parade, RallyThe World Series champion Cubs are back home, after their historic 8-7 win over the Indians in extra innings in Game 7, and are looking forward to celebrating with their fans, but plans for a victory parade and rally are still a work in progress.
Cubs Fans Prove There Is Crying In BaseballThe saying, "there's no crying in baseball," from the movie, ‘A League of Their Own’ has not been the case for many Cubs fans.
Levine: Cubs Going All Hands On Board For Game 7In Game 7, the Cubs will do whatever it takes in the bullpen.
Businesses Fear Unruly Crowds After Game 7Businesses near Wrigley Field, and beyond, are wondering how crowds will react after Game 7 of the World Series.
Charlie Sheen Is Apparently On His Way To Cleveland, Believing He Can Make A Difference In Game 7"Help is on the way" for the Indians against the Cubs, Sheen says.
Evanston To Set Off Emergency Sirens If Cubs Win World SeriesWhen the White Sox won the American League pennant 1959, the city’s air raid sirens sounded in celebration, triggering fear by some amid the Cold War. Now, Evanston plans a similar celebration, should the Cubs win the World Series.