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Jed Hoyer Signs 5-Year Contact As Cubs President Of Baseball OperationsThe Cubs on Monday announced Jed Hoyer agreed to terms with the Cubs on a new five-year contract running through the 2025 season.
Kendall Coyne Schofield Will Be First Woman Development Coach For BlackhawksThe Blackhawks are hiring U.S. Women’s Team Captain Kendall Coyne Schofield as a player development coach for the organization.
Lou Holtz Tests Positive For COVID-19The former Notre Dame football coach tells a South Carolina TV station he does not have a lot of energy, but is recovering.
Cubs President Of Baseball Operations Theo Epstein OutTheo Epstein will leave the Chicago Cubs, effective this Friday. CBS 2's Luke Stuckmeyer reports.
Bears vs. Vikings: 3 Things To WatchIt's a Monday night matchup of teams going in different directions. Here are three things to watch as the slumping Bears host the suddenly surging Vikings at Soldier Field. CBS 2's Matt Zahn reports.
DePaul's Paul Reed Ready For NBA Draft After Long WaitThe NBA Draft is finally here next Wednesday, and it has been a long wait for players like Paul Reed of DePaul University, whose college season ended seven months ago. CBS 2's Matt Zahn reports.
Seattle Storm Star Jewell Loyd Reflects On Life In WNBA BubbleIn the dark for three months, Loyd is out of isolation and back playing on the outdoor basketball courts that were named in her honor at Prosel Park in Lincolnwood. CBS 2's Lauren Victory reports.
Bears vs. Tennessee Titans: Three Things To WatchThe banged up Bears hope for some Music City magic as they hit the road to Nashville. CBS 2's Matt Zahn has three things to watch as the Bears take on the Tennessee Titans on Sunday.
Ugly Game Has Bears Searching For Answers After Overtime Loss To SaintsIt's been a tough 7-day stretch for the Bears. A matchup with the Saints offered a chance to wash away the stink of an ugly loss to the Rams, plus a shot to get back into first place. Instead, it's back-to-back losses for the first time this season.
Bears vs. New Orleans Saints: Three Things To WatchThe Bears are back at Soldier Field this weekend. How will the New Orleans handle the great outdoors? CBS 2's Matt Zahn has three things to watch Sunday as the Bears host the Saints.
Players, Coaches Wonder About Next Steps With High School BasketballGov. JB Pritzker and the Illinois State Superintendent of Education are saying not so fast to a decision by the Illinois High School Association to have basketball go ahead despite Gov. Pritzker’s orders amid the COVID-19 pandemic. As CBS 2’s Jermont Terry reports, players and coaches are wondering about the next step now.
IHSA Plans To Go Ahead With Basketball And Defy Gov. PritzkerThe Illinois High School Association on Wednesday said it is going to allow high school basketball practices to begin as scheduled in mid-November – in defiance of Gov. JB Pritzker’s office after he moved the sport to the high-risk category when it comes to COVID-19 this week. CBS 2's Marissa Parra reports.
Gov. Pritzker All But Cancels Upcoming High School Basketball SeasonGov. JB Pritzker and the Illinois Department of Public Health on Tuesday tightened its restrictions for youth and adult recreational sports amid a new statewide surge in the COVID-19 pandemic. One of the major changes is that basketball has been moved from medium risk to high risk
Bears vs. L.A. Rams: Three Things To WatchThe Bears travel to Los Angeles to face the Rams on Monday Night Football. The teams are facing off for the third straight season, maybe one of them will get to 20 points this time. Here are three things to watch from CBS 2's Matt Zahn.
Bears vs. Carolina Panthers: Three Things To WatchThe Bears aren't getting a lot of love at 4-1. Here are Three Things to Watch as the Bears look for another resume building win Sunday at the 3-2 Carolina Panthers.
Bears vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Three Things To WatchThe Bears host Tampa tonight at Soldier Field in primetime. Can the Bears beat Tom Brady for the first time ever? CBS 2's Matt Zahn has three things to watch as the Bears take on the Buccaneers on Thursday Night Football.
Theo Epstein Likely To Leave Cubs After 2021 SeasonCubs President of Baseball Operations Theo Epstein's deal expires at the end of next season, but he has always been very clear that 10 years is his magic number. CBS 2's Luke Stuckmeyer reports.
80s-Era Michael Jordan Memorabilia Fetches High Bids At AuctionThe COVID-19 pandemic isn’t keeping sports fans from shelling out plenty of cash for basketball memorabilia – including items from Chicago Bulls legend Michael Jordan.
Bears Vs. Indianapolis Colts: Three Things To WatchCan the Bears ride Nick Foles to 4-0 record or will the Indianapolis Colts buck that trend? CBS 2's Matt Zahn has Three Things to Watch as the Bears take on the Colts Sunday at noon on CBS 2.
Cubs Playoff Baseball Begins In Wrigleyville, Under Much Different Circumstances Than UsualPlayoff baseball is back at Wrigley Field, but because of COVID-19, fans are not. CBS 2’s Marissa Parra reports.
Cubs Work Out Ahead Of First Game Of Playoff SeriesThe Cubs are playoff vets compared to the young Marlins, but that might not matter in a short best-of-three series.
Lawsuit Coming In Hopes Of Getting Illinois Student Athletes Back On FieldA lawsuit is soon expected to be filed by some parents in hopes of putting Illinois student athletes back in play. CBS 2's Jermont Terry reports.
Parents, Students Plan To Sue IHSA Over Moving Fall Sports To SpringThe message is clear: they want to play. So on Monday, parents and advocates of some local student athletes plan to file a lawsuit to pressure Illinois lawmakers and educators to re-open schools so fall sports can begin. CBS 2's Mugo Odigwe reports.
High School Students, Parents Plan Lawsuit Against IHSA To Force Return To Fall SportsThe message is clear: they want to play. So on Monday, parents and advocates of some local student athletes plan to file a lawsuit to pressure Illinois lawmakers and educators to re-open schools so fall sports can begin. CBS 2's Mugo Odigwe reports.

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