CBS 2's Matt Zahn and 670 The Score Bears reporter Chris Emma have a breakdown of the 2021 Bears schedule, released Wednesday night.
The 2021 Chicago Bears Schedule: A BreakdownCBS 2's Matt Zahn and 670 The Score Bears reporter Chris Emma have a breakdown of the 2021 Bears schedule, released Wednesday night.
Fans Return To United Center Tonight For Bulls-Celtics GameThe United Center will welcome fans back for the first time in more than a year Friday night, when the Chicago Bulls host the Boston Celtics. CBS 2’s Mugo Odigwe details what fans can expect at the stadium.
Zach LaVine Returns To Practice; Bulls Playoff Hopes Not Looking So GreatAfter about three weeks of watching movies and playing video games, Zach LaVine was back on the practice court for the Bulls on Wednesday.
Chicago Sky Training Camp Under Way With Two-Time WNBA MVP Candace ParkerTraining camp is under way for the Chicago Sky - as they seek to win the franchise's first WNBA Championship this season.
Return To United Center For Bulls, Blackhawks Fans Is Good News For Neighboring BusinessesThere are only a few Bulls and Blackhawks home games, but a loosening of COVID restrictions means fans will get a chance to see their favorite teams in person. CBS 2's Marissa Parra reports.
Chicago Blackhawks Forward Andrew Shaw Announces RetirementBlackhawks forward Andrew Shaw announced his retirement from the NHL on Monday, following a series of concussions.
Lucas Williamson, 3 Other Loyola Ramblers' Seniors Returning For One More Year Next SeasonThe Loyola Ramblers' chances at going to the NCAA Tournament for the third time in five years got a big boost on Friday, when guard Lucas Williamson and three other seniors – guard Keith Clemons, forward Aher Uguak, and guard Tate Hall – announced they're coming back. CBS 2's Matt Zahn reports.
New Northwestern Quarterback Ryan Hilinski Transfers In From South CarolinaHilinski is looking forward to playing football and studying at Northwestern, and also brings his mission to give a voice to mental health for college athletes. CBS 2's Luke Stuckmeyer reports.
QB Ryan Hilinski Transfers To Northwestern, Brings Mission To Give Voice To College Athletes' Mental HealthRyan Hilinski's older brother Tyler - who was a starting quarterback at Washington State - died from suicide. Doctors found he suffered from stage one CTE brain trauma. Since then, Hilinski has made it his mission to give voice to college athletes' mental health.
Carlos Rodón Throws 20th No-Hitter In White Sox HistoryWhite Sox left-hander Carlos Rodón threw a no-hitter Wednesday night as the White Sox shut out the Cleveland Indians. Here are remarks from Rodón, Manager Tony La Russa, and catcher Zack Collins after the game.
Struggling At Start Of Season, White Sox Pitcher Liam Hendriks Turns To Tarot Card ReaderWhite Sox closer Liam Hendriks arrived with a $54 million contract, but he has allowed two homers in just three appearances. So the Australian pitcher is now breaking out the tarot cards.
Majority Of White Sox Receive Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 VaccineMajor League Baseball is not mandating COVID-19 vaccines, but the White Sox have really embraced the opportunity.
Cubs First Base Coach Craig Driver Tests Positive For COVID-19Cubs first base coach Craig Driver has tested positive for COVID-19.
DePaul Introduces Tony Stubblefield As New Blue Demons Basketball CoachThe DePaul Blue Demons on Wednesday introduced their new head men's basketball coach, Tony Stubblefield - hoping to bring back the tradition of success for the team.
Loyola Introduces Drew Valentine As New Men's Basketball CoachDrew Valentine was introduced Tuesday in Rogers Park as Loyola's replacement for Porter Moser, who is going to Oklahoma.
Cubs, White Sox Offer COVID-19 Vaccines To PlayersBoth Chicago Major League Baseball teams are offering vaccines to their players.
Riverside Teen In 3rd Place In ESPN Tournament ChallengeThe UCLA Bruins are a big reason why many people have long had their NCAA Tournament brackets busted. But that is not the case for 13-year-old Sam Tomas of suburban Riverside.
Cubs Opening Day Marks First Big Event In Chicago Since COVID-19 Pandemic BeganCBS 2's Chris Tye evaluates how the home opener at Wrigley Field went Thursday, with many pandemic restrictions in place.
Cubs Home Opener Comes With Tight Restrictions At Wrigley FieldBaseball was back at Wrigley Field Thursday as the Cubs took on the Pittsburgh Pirates on a chilly Opening Day 2021 – though with reduced crowds. It was the first mega-event Chicago has seen since the pandemic began. CBS 2's Chris Tye reports.
For White Sox, Rick Hahn Urges Focusing On Right NowThe White Sox are in California, where they'll face the Angels on Thursday night.
Jed Hoyer Remains Hopeful For Deal With Anthony RizzoThe Cubs and Anthony Rizzo appear to be far apart on a new deal, but Jed Hoyer said he's very confident something will get done.
This Year Might Be Anthony Rizzo's Last With CubsOpening Day is Thursday, and it’s hard to believe this will already be Anthony Rizzo's 10th year in the Cubs organization - and possibly his last.
Q&A With Loyola Ramblers Sophomore Braden NorrisLoyola Ramblers sophomore Braden Norris may have a bit of a baby face, but he is all business. The Oakland of Michigan transfer has made some big shots, and his tough guy facial expressions got the attention of former NFL punter Pat McAfee, who compared him to another slight more famous Norris.
Q&A With Loyola Ramblers Senior Lucas WilliamsonCBS 2's Matt Zahn talks with Loyola Ramblers senior and Missouri Valley Defensive Player of the Year Lucas Williamson about his team, which leads the nation in scoring defense. Williamson was a key reserve for the Final Four team in 2018, so they talked about how the current team compares.