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Thursday, Nov 9, 2017

Cubs Promote Brandon Hyde to Bench Coach

Cubs Promote Brandon Hyde to Bench Coach

The Chicago Cubs have made some massive changes to their coaching staff this season, but they’ll have at least a little bit of continuity as they made their decision on who will replace Dave Martinez as...

Sunday, Oct 29, 2017

Martinez Named Nationals' New Manager: Reports

Martinez Named Nationals' New Manager: Reports

The Chicago Cubs have another vacancy to fill, as one of Joe Maddon’s top lieutenants has accepted another job.

Thursday, Oct 26, 2017

Bosio, Martinez Looking at New Jobs as Cubs Clean House

Bosio, Martinez Looking at New Jobs as Cubs Clean House

The Chicago Cubs are in the midst of some big changes to their coaching staff, but at least a few of their former coaches are already close to finding new homes.

Monday, Oct 23, 2017

More Turnover for Cubs' Staff as Hinske Leaves

More Turnover for Cubs' Staff as Hinske Leaves

The Chicago Cubs are busy reshaping their coaching staff, and yet another member of that staff is headed to another team.

Sunday, Mar 26, 2017

Video: Rizzo Blasts Lead-Off Home Run

Video: Rizzo Blasts Lead-Off Home Run

Before Sunday's game, Chicago Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo asked if he could bat lead-off. It took him one pitch to make that idea look like a brilliant one.

Friday, Oct 25, 2013

Report: Cubs to Interview Eric Wedge

Report: Cubs to Interview Eric Wedge

A person familiar with the situation says the Chicago Cubs plan to interview former Seattle Mariners manager Eric Wedge for their opening.

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Taxpayers Spend Thousands to Contradict ‘Code of Silence'

It was perhaps Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s most emotional moment to date: A speech he gave before the Chicago City Council in 2015, during the fallout from the city’s handling of the Laquan McDonald shooting.

Cops: Former Orland Township Employee Stole Nearly $60k in Government Funds
Cops: Former Orland Township Employee Stole Nearly $60k in Government Funds

A former Orland Township employee is facing felony charges after she allegedly stole nearly $60,000 in funds from the south suburban government.

Rosenstein, Future in Doubt, to Meet With Trump Thursday
Rosenstein, Future in Doubt, to Meet With Trump Thursday

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein will meet on Thursday with President Donald Trump, the White House said Monday, amid conflicting reports about Rosenstein's fate in the administration. Trump has...

Taillon Outpitches Hamels, Pirates Beat Cubs 5-1
Taillon Outpitches Hamels, Pirates Beat Cubs 5-1

Jameson Taillon outpitched Cole Hamels, Francisco Cervelli hit a two-run homer and the Pittsburgh Pirates made the Chicago Cubs wait at least another day to clinch a postseason spot with a 5-1 victory on Monday...

Faced With Second Accuser, Republicans Fight for Kavanaugh
Faced With Second Accuser, Republicans Fight for Kavanaugh

The first allegation against Brett Kavanaugh left Republicans rattled and nervous. The second left them angry and ready to fight back. The GOP punched back hard Monday, seeming to cast aside — for now — worries...

Woman Groped, Husband Attacked by Motorcyclist in Noble Square
Woman Groped, Husband Attacked by Motorcyclist in Noble Square

A 33-year-old woman says she was riding her bike to the grocery store when she was sexually attacked by a man on a motorcycle Saturday afternoon in Noble Square.