Bears’ Training Camp Arrival Is Anything But QuietThe Bears reported to training camp Thursday to start their two-and-half-week stay at Olivet Nazarene University in Bourbonnais, Illinois.
Former White Sox Organist Nancy Faust Finds Dad's Tape Of Her First Day At The Keys In 1970; 'He's Still With Us'Nine years after she retired, former White Sox organist Nancy Faust found an unexpected treasure in storage: a tape her father made on her first day on the job in 1970.
Helping Teens Succeed With BasketballCBS 2's Dana Kozlov introduces us to Michael 'Skeet' Horton and his organization, 'Hoop 'Til It Hurts.'
White Sox, Fans React To New Protective NettingProtective netting at Guaranteed Rate Field now stretches from each foul pole to the next. CBS 2's Megan Mawicke has more.
Extended Netting Ready For First White Sox Game Since All-Star BreakWhite Sox fans headed to the game Monday night against the Miami Marlins will notice a big change at Guaranteed Rate Field, as the protective netting now stretches from foul pole to foul pole. CBS 2's Vi Nguyen reports.
Tarik Cohen's Mission On And Off The FieldCBS 2's Megan Mawicke reports on Chicago Bears running back Tarik Cohen as he prepares for training camp while honoring a new perspective: his brother, who was recently shot and paralyzed is his new "purpose."
New Safety Measures For Race To MackinacThe 111th annual Chicago Yacht Club Race to Mackinac begins on Friday, with new safety measures in place after the death of sailor Jon Santarelli in last year’s race. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports.
Former Cub Zambrano, Who Used To Be One Of MLB’s Best Pitchers, Enjoys The Game Again On A Different Level"I'm in control. I'm definitely having fun. This is a second chance God has given to me, and I'm going to enjoy it," says Zambrano.
Cubs Slugger Kris Bryant Hits Baseballs Into Chicago River For Red Bull StuntCubs slugger Kris Bryant spent part of his final day off for the All-Star break hitting baseballs into the Chicago River. It was part of a promotional stunt for Red Bull, which is reintroducing a Bryant-branded can of its energy drink. Kayakers scooped up some of the prized souvenirs. This is the second time Bryant has taken batting practice into the river, doing so back in 2017. After the event, Bryant said, “This is just part of peak weather. Summertime in Chicago, everybody’s on their lunch break showing up. Like, such a cool thing to do, and I’m so happy Red Bull has given me the opportunity to do this. I think it would be super cool to go down, like right in Wrigleyville, like right in the middle of the street and just like take out some windows. Red Bull would have to pay for them, of course.”
Four High Schoolers From Deerfield Make Team USA For Youth Soccer's World CupThe timing of the U.S. Women’s National Team winning their second consecutive World Cup couldn’t be better to inspire four local high school soccer players, who are headed to Sweden to compete for Team USA in their own international showdown. CBS 2's Mike Puccinelli reports.
White Sox Extend Protective Netting At Guaranteed Rate FieldWorker were seen putting up new netting at Guaranteed Rate Field.
A Glen Ellyn Teen Will Represent Team USA In The World Para-Swimming ChampionshipsAfter Ahalya Lettenberger was born with a rare muscular skeletal condition, doctors told her family that she would never walk. Now 15 years later, the Glen Ellyn native is on her way to the World Championships as the youngest athlete on the Paralympics Swimming National A Team.
Cubs, White Sox To Be Represented In MLB All-Star Matchup TuesdayMLB All-Star festivities are under way in Cleveland. Chicago is well represented with three players from each team for tomorrow’s matchup.
White Sox Beat Cubs 3-1 To Split Season SeriesWhite Sox catcher James McCann and manager Rick Renteria, and Cubs catcher Willson Contreras and third baseman Kris Bryant discuss heading into the All-Star break after splitting their four-game season series.
Chicago Celebrates World Cup WinCBS 2's Jeremy Ross captured soccer fans cheering on U.S. women’s national team in Lincoln Park Sunday where the game was shown on an outdoor screen.
Women's World Cup Viewing Party Underway In Lincoln ParkIn just a few hours, soccer fans will be cheering on the U.S. women’s national team as they take on the Netherlands for the World Cup.
A Chicago Senior Citizen Team Wins First National Championship In 3-On-3 Half Court BasketballPlaying basketball instead of bingo? A special group of senior citizens is shattering stereotypes and having a ball along the way. Age is just a number on the basketball court for some “golden girls” in Evanston.
Chicago Red Stars Root For Teammates On World Cup TeamSam Kerr of the Chicago Red Stars, who played i the World Cup, will root for her American teammates who are in the final game of the World Cup on Sunday.
Striking Up Soccer Skills At Union StationChicago's Union Station has been transformed into Gold Cup station with games, skills practice and other soccer-related events to celebrate the Concacaf Games, which will wrap up with the final match at Soldier Field this weekend.
Baez, Contreras Named All-Star StartersThe Cubs shortstop and catcher were named National League All-Star starters for second straight year, voted on by fans.
Mitchell Trubisky Helps Run Youth Football Camp In Lake ForestInstead of resting up before he has to report to Bourbonnais, Mitch Trubisky is keeping busy at another one of his youth football camps in Lake Forest.
Girl Hit By Foul Ball Has A Skull FractureA law firm representing the family said the two-year-old girl was sitting a few rows from the field when she was hit by Albert Almora's foul ball.
GiGi Gianni Sings National Anthem At Cubs GameShe’s the inspiration for GiGi’s Playhouse Down Syndrome Achievement Centers.
GiGi Gianni, Inspiration For GiGi's Playhouse Down Syndrome Achievement Centers, Sings National Anthem At Cubs GameGiGi Gianni,16, sang National Anthem before Tuesday night's Cubs game at Wrigley Field. She’s the inspiration for GiGi’s Playhouse Down Syndrome Achievement Centers. GiGi’s mom Nancy says GiGi has always loved the National Anthem but worked for seven years to articulate the words and practices every day in order to sing it in front of nearly 40,000 people.