Cubs Manager Maddon On Managing MillennialsChicago Cubs manager Joe Maddon talks about a book he's reading "Managing Millennials For Dummies" and how it's helpful for people across generations.
Naperville North Sports Star Heading To LoyolaNaperville North big man Tom Welch is the centerpiece of a highly-touted recruiting class for Loyola.
Bulls Fire Coach Fred HoibergThe Chicago Bulls have fired head coach Fred Hoiberg, amid a brutal 5-19 start to the season.
Sister Jean Gets A RingThe Loyola Ramblers biggest fan got her very own ring to commemorate the team's trip to the Final Four.
Mike Ditka In Hospital After Heart AttackThe former Bears coach, who turned 79 this year, reportedly suffered the health scare while he was golfing in Florida, but is doing ok now.
The Crusaders Cruise To The State PlayoffsCBS 2's Megan Mawicke talks to players and coaches of the Brother Rice Crusaders as they head to the state championship game.
Former Mount Carmel Player Jordan Lynch Coaches Caravan To PlayoffsLynch replaced Frank Lenti, who won 11 state championships with the team, as head coach this year.
Blackhawks Fire, Then Hire, New CoachCBS 2 News at 6:00 p.m.
Chicago Boxer Beats The OddsCBS 2's Megan Mawicke has the story of a tough fighter who beat the odds to become a champion boxer as well as an inspiration to other young women.
Tackling The Game Of High School FootballCBS 2's Megan Mawicke has the story of Tessa Kurcharski and her quest to play football with the guys on her high school football team.
Field Of Golf DreamsCBS 2's Ryan Baker reports on a golf event taking place where the White Sox play.
Cubs' Kris Bryant Meets Faith Kuhn, 12-Year-Old Fan With Spina BifidaCubs superstar Kris Bryant met his biggest fan yesterday at Wrigley Field, a 12-year-old girl who traveled all the way from New Mexico to see him.
The College Football Classic Draws Thousands To Soldier FieldThis year's annual game featured HBCU schools Miles College versus Morehouse College.
Cubs Shortstop Addison Russell On Leave Amid Domestic Violence ClaimsFacing more detailed allegations of physical abuse from his ex-wife, Cubs shortstop Addison Russell has been placed on administrative leave while Major League Baseball investigates. CBS 2's Roseanne Tellez reports.
Lake Forest Academy Turns To Eight Man FootballCBS 2's Megan Mawicke reports a high school football program dating back to the 1800s is now putting together eight-man football.
Hoops In The Hood Tournament Brings Neighborhoods Together To Promote PeaceHundreds of Chicago teens will be playing basketball in Grant Park on Thursday, at an event to promote peace, urge people to reclaim their neighborhoods from violence, and bring the city together.
Marian Catholic Nun Sister Mary Jo Sobieck Tosses Perfect First Pitch For White SoxLoyola might have Sister Jean, but the White Sox have SIster Mary Jo, who tossed an impressive curveball for the ceremonial first pitch on Saturday.
Roquan Smith Ends Contract Holdout, Will Join Bears At Halas Hall TuesdayThe rigmarole between the Chicago Bears and No. 8 overall draft pick Roquan Smith is finally over.
Lopez Brothers Win As Co-Champions Of National Wrestling TournamentBrothers grappling with each other may not be uncommon, but a pair of Dekalb wrestlers refused to take their siblign rivalry to the mat.
Beisbol Exhibit At Sox ParkCBS 2's Ryan Baker reports on a new exhibit at Guaranteed Rate Field showcasing the history of the negro leagues baseball exhibit, highlighting the connection between African American baseball history and Hispanic cultures.
Cubs' Bullpen Coach Lester Strode A Model Of ConsistencyThirteen managers, seven general managers and five team presidents; Cubs bullpen coach Lester Strode has outlasted them all.
Hockey Player Paralyzed After Horrific Bus Crash Returns To The IceA Canadian junior hockey player who survived a bus crash that killed 16 people, including many of his teammates, is making a triumphant return to the ice. Ryan Straschnitzki was paralyzed from the chest down when his team's bus crashed in April. Now, less than four months later, the 19-year-old is ready to compete again.
Beaned By Scoreboard Pin, Bucket-Wearing Cubs Fan 'Never Knew What Hit Me'Kyle McAleer feels lucky to be alive, a week after a piece of the Wrigley Field scoreboard pelted the bucket-wearing Cubs fan on the head. CBS 2's Mike Puccinelli reports.
Jabari Parker To Play For BullsJabari Parker says it’s a dream come true to come home to Chicago to play for the Bulls. CBS 2’s Megan Mawicke reports.