Woman Sues Cubs After Saying She Was Hit In Face With Foul Ball, Seriously Injured In 2018A Cubs fan is suing her favorite team, after she said she was hit in the face with a ball.
State Of Illinois Says More Staff Will Be Answering Unemployment Phone Lines As Frustrations PersistWe exposed Wednesday night how few people are working the phones in Illinois to help those struggling to get through to finish filing for unemployment. On Thursday night, we were happy to report that number is getting a much needed boost.
Wrigley Field Gets Ready To Serve As A Local Food Pantry OutpostThere is plenty of space to pack food and get it ready to be distributed to people in need.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot Teams Up With Athletes For 'We Are Not Playing' CampaignTheir message is a clear, "we are not playing, so neither should you!"
Chicago Cubs: What You Need To Know Before You Go To Wrigley FieldThere’s no experience quite like approaching the gates amid the peanut vendors and apparel stands – and finding your seat before the ivy-covered walls and manicured field as the organ swells and the bats crack.
Illinois Couple Creates Bucket List For Dog, Marley, With Months To LiveA couple from St. Anne, Illinois is giving a well-known dog the best last months possible. 
City Council Panel OKs Plan To Allow Hard Liquor Sales At Gallagher Way, Wrigley Field's Outdoor PlazaThe Cubs still won't be able to open Gallagher Way to people who don't have a ticket on the days of games or concerts.
Tunney Plans To Allow Hard Liquor Sales At Wrigley Field Plaza, But Won't Relax Other Rules At Gallagher WayTunney wasn’t willing to relax the rules regarding how many non-game events the team could host, or how late they could keep Gallagher Way open after games, concerts, or festivals.
OIG Report: CPD Officers Have Been Slipping Parking Placards To Friends And Family For Bears, Cubs GamesA report by the Chicago Office of the Inspector General on Tuesday revealed that not only have Chicago Police officers been parking illegally — they’re slipping their parking placards to their friends and family to attend Bears games and Cubs games.
Fans Bid Farewell To Joe Maddon As He Parts Ways With CubsMeanwhile, Wrigley Field looked empty all day Sunday. Perhaps that was fitting for those feeling empty knowing manager Joe Maddon would soon be a Cub no more.
Wrigley Field Organist Gary Pressy To Retire After 33 YearsGary Pressy, the Wrigley Field organist has announced his decision to retire after 33 years.