Bulls Raise Expectation For 2019-2020 SeasonHead Coach Jim Boylen says the goal for the season is for the Bulls to make the playoffs.
Cubs Fans Bid Farewell To Joe MaddonMany Cubs fans were saddened, and even maddened, on Sunday upon the announcement that Manager Joe Maddon would be parting ways with the team. CBS 2's Mike Puccinelli reports.
Joe Maddon, Theo Epstein On Maddon's DepartureCubs President of Baseball Operations Theo Epstein and Manager Joe Maddon discuss Maddon's parting ways with the team.
Joe Maddon, Cubs Part Ways After 5 YearsMaddon is out as manager; his contact ends at the end of the season.
Three Keys To The Game: Bears Vs. VikingsAfter a short week, it may not be smooth sailing along the lakefront for the short-handed Bears. Somehow, they must figure out how to slow the Vikings' vaunted ground attack.
CBS 2's Ryan Baker Moves To MorningsStarting Monday, Sept. 30, you'll be able to catch Ryan Baker from 4:30 a.m. to 7 a.m. with Erin Kennedy.
More Talk About Videos Than Vikings At Halas HallCBS 2's Megan Mawicke has today's Bears practice update.
Northwestern's Coach Not Thrilled With Questions About His OffenseNorthwestern football coach Pat Fitzgerald got a little sarcastic when asked about his team's offensive performance.
Blackhawks Roster Closer To Being SetIt's time to start blending the core with newcomers under second year head coach Jeremy Colliton. CBS 2's Megan Mawicke reports.
Cubs Organist Gary Pressy Plays His Last Game, Will Retire After 33 YearsAfter more than three decades with the Chicago Cubs, organist Gary Pressy played his final game at Wrigley Field on Sunday. He’s retiring after 33 years without missing a game.
Major Blow To Cubs' Postseason ChancesThe Cubs lost to the Cardinals again Sunday, and they are trailing the wildcard race by four games now. Here's what Manager Joe Maddon and the team had to say afterward.
Successful Stimulation For CubsThe Cubs are going into their second game against Cincinnati with high-scoring wins, but some high-profile injuries. CBS 2's Megan Mawicke reports.
Chicago Fire Is Hot Heading Into the PlayoffsWith a new owner, a possible spot in the playoffs and a move to Soldier Field next season, the future of the Chicago Fire is ablaze.
Anthony Rizzo Discusses His InjuryAnthony Rizzo spoke about his ankle injury that will cause him to miss at least five to seven days.
Fans Hit United Center For Blackhawks FestivalThe Blackhawks' annual Training Camp Festival kicked off Sunday.
Three Keys To The Game: Bears Vs. BronocsCBS 2's Matt Zahn has the three things to look for as the Bears face the Denver Broncos. 
Moving Past The Packers, Bears Focus On Fangio's FamiliarityThe Chicago Bears are finished licking their wounds after the team's loss to the Green Bay Packers a week ago. As they look to move forward, a blast from the past will greet them in Denver when Bears face the Broncos.
Wade Named WNBA Coach Of The YearJames Wade is the first-ever Chicago Sky coach to win the award.
Sky Face A Tough Test In Playoff ReturnIt has quickly gone from “the sky is falling” to “the sky has no limits” as the Chicago Sky return to the WNBA postseason.
Blackhawks 'INJN' Plate RevokedCBS 2's Jim Williams reports a Chicago Blackhawks plate with the letters INJN, short for "injun" a Native American slur, is getting pulled by the Illinois Secretary of State's Office. The NHL team agrees with the decision.
Heart Transplant Recipient, Donor's Niece Throw Out First PitchA heart transplant recipient and a donor's nice are fans of different teams. But they threw out the first pitch together this weekend at a Cubs-Brewers game. Stephanie Buffamonte of WDJT-TV, CBS 58 in Milwaukee reports.
Fans Test Their Skills At NFL Kickoff ExperienceFans flocked to Grant Park as the Bears prepared to take on the Packers and kick off the NFL centennial. CBS 2's Jeremy Ross reports.
Bears Fans Find Something New -- No More Paper TicketsTens of thousands of fans flooded into Soldier Field, but there was something different as the Chicago Bears opened the NFL season on Thursday--paperless tickets. CBS 2's Dana Kozlov reports.
Fans Crowd To Grant Park For NFL Kickoff ExperienceCBS 2's Jeremy Ross reports on the festivities -- and tries his own foot at a field goal.

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