Anthony Rizzo Donates Hot Meals To Frontline Medical WorkersWith coronavirus having put the baseball season on hold, the Cubs' Anthony Rizzo is still at bat, donating hot meals to doctors and nurses on the front line of the fight against the virus. Rizzo talked remotely with CBS 2's Brad Edwards.
Which Blackhawks Teammate Would Jonathan Toews Most And Least Want To Be Stuck In Quarantine With?Like every other league, the NHL season is on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic, and Blackhawks players are staying home like everyone else in Illinois.
Chicago Fire Defender Jonathan Bornstein Working Out With DaughtersWhen the Chicago Fire FC's season came to a halt after two games, defender Jonathan Bornstein decided to enlist his daughters to help him stay in shape.
Cubs Player Pitches In During COVID-19 PandemicAnthony Rizzo of the Chicago Cubs is helping to feed doctors, nurses and others on the front line of the COVID-19 crisis by providing meals to hospitals.
Simulated Football League ThrivingFor both fans and athletes alike, eSports is quickly becoming about the only outlet left right now for live sports. CBS 2's Megan Mawicke reports.
Olympic Volleyball Player Jeff Jendryk Looking To Train At Home In WheatonFormer Loyola volleyball star Jeff Jendryk has been playing professionally in Germany getting ready to play with Team USA in the summer Olympic Games in Tokyo.
A Message Of Reassurance From Sister JeanSister Jean of Loyola University offers a prayer during the coronavirus pandemic.
Olympic Volleyball Player Lauren Carlini Comes To Grips With PostponementCarlini is in self-quarantine after returning from Russia, and is coming to grips that the coronavirus crisis has the Tokyo Olympics now postponed until 2021. She talked with CBS 2's Matt Zahn.
Local Athlete Reacts To Olympics PostponementAfter winning a silver medal at the World Championships last year, a Glen Ellyn teen was feeling great heading into the June Paralympic trials before moving on to Tokyo.
Bulls and Blackhawks Will Pay United Center Workers Salaries Through SeasonAll of the approximately 1,200 day of game employees at Chicago's United Center will be paid through the season, according to a joint statement from Blackhawks owner Rocky Wirtz and Bulls owner Jerry Reinsdorf in association with the United Center ownership.
Big Ten Cancels TournamentThe Big Ten has just canceled the remainder of its men's basketball tournament in Indianapolis.
Chicago Bulls' Mixed Emotions On Possibly Playing Games In Empty ArenasAfter the Golden State Warriors became the first NBA team to announce they'll play home games in an empty stadium, Chicago Bulls players expressed conflicted emotions about potentially playing games with no fans in the stands.
Wrigley Field Stadium GuideBefore you go to Wrigley Field to see the Chicago Cubs, check out our guide to transportation, parking and bag policies. Katie Johnston reports.
Eddie Olczyk Places Illinois' First Legal Sports BetChicago Blackhawks announcer Eddie Olczyk became the first person in Illinois to place a legal sports wager on Monday, betting $100 on the White Sox to win the American League pennant.
2 11-Year-Old Chicago Area Golfers To Compete At AugustaLogan Keeter of Northbrook and Reese Wallace of South Barrington will be heading to Augusta National to compete in the Drive, Chip and Putt National Finals. CBS 2's Matt Zahn reports.
Coach Wicky, Chicago Fire FC Excited For New SeasonAfter six preseason games, new coach Raphael Wicky and the squad are pumped to get the season going.
Michael Jordan: 'A Piece Of Me Died' When Kobe Bryant DiedThe Bulls legend called the late NBA star a close friend who was like his little brother at a memorial service at the Staples Center Monday.
Cubs And Sox Start Cactus League Play This WeekendCBS 2's Luke Stuckmeyer reports the Cubs' Kris Bryant says he's in a good place despite rumblings of trade talks. On the Sox side, Danny Mendick is trying to force his way onto the roster.
Sox Planning On More Homers For The Upcoming SeasonCBS 2's Luke Stuckmeyer reports the Sox have seven guys who hit 18 or more homers last year.
Jason Kipnis Reports To Cubs Spring TrainingKipnis is on a minor league contract, but he is hoping to earn a job on the opening day Cubs roster.
Javy Baez Has Straight Talk About Last Year's Cubs PerformanceBaez said he is ready to relight the passion and is done with last year’s laid-back approach.
Lakers' All-Star Anthony Davis: 'The New Format Was Amazing'Los Angeles Lakers center Anthony Davis, a Chicago native, said he and his fellow NBA All-Stars liked the game’s new format, after Davis sunk the game-winning free-throws for Team LeBron against Team Giannis.
Gearing Up For NBA All-Star Game At United CenterNo Bulls are playing this year, but there's no shortage of stars from LeBron James to Giannis Antetokounmpo. CBS 2's Matt Zahn reports.
Honoring Kobe Bryant At NBA All-Star GameThis All-Star Game is that it is the first since the death of Kobe Bryant and his daughter, Gianna, in a helicopter crash. CBS 2's Matt Zahn reports.