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A stunning Windy City Swap: Sox ace pitcher Jose Quintana is being sent about 8 miles north.

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(Credit from left: SecretName101 / Wikimedia Commons; Geoff Livingston / Flickr)

Many believe there is a fault line that divides Chicago, pitting brother against brother in a long-standing crosstown rivalry. But a viewer wonders if that historic boundary is a myth.

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NPR host Scott Simon on his lifelong love for the Chicago Cubs and what that World Series win meant to him.

Top Brass Throws Shade at Local Politicians

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The Cubs unveil the new Park at Wrigley as the team plays at home for the first time as World Series Champs.

Jerry Krause, Dallas Green Ushered in New Eras for Chicago Teams

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Jerry Krause died Tuesday. He was 77 years old. (Courtesy of Chicago Bulls)

There was a time when Chicago sports teams were synonymous with losing. This week, the city lost two men who helped change that perception.

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The city estimates about five million people attended the Nov. 4 rally and parade. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)

The Cubs rally brought throngs of fans to Grant Park. But was it really the biggest gathering ever in Chicago? Geoffrey Baer counts heads in this week’s Ask Geoffrey.

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Holy cow! The Cubs kill the curse and win the World Series. Throngs celebrate with a massive parade and rally. Candidates make a final campaign push amid tightening presidential polls. These stories and more with Joel Weisman and guests.

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Naysa, Yasmyn and Maya (Erica Gunderson / Chicago Tonight)

What does it feel like to be part of the Cubs’ new tradition of forever flying the W? We asked a few Cubs newbies who attended the championship rally.

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Cubs players Anthony Rizzo and Kris Bryant joke with the crowd before the team is introduced at the World Series rally in Grant Park. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)

Scenes from the massive celebrations Friday in honor of the historic Chicago Cubs win.

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The Cubs win the World Series in a dramatic Game 7 that will go down as a legendary moment in Chicago sports history. We have a full recap and reaction from fans and the Cubs’ top brass.

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Cubs fans line Waveland Avenue for a chance to see the World Series champs Friday morning. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)

The 2016 World Series Champions will celebrate their historic win on Friday. Here's what you need to know. 

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The Cubs victory boosts revenue for the franchise and the bars of Wrigleyville, but beyond the feel-good factor, is there a broader economic benefit for the city?

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Before the locker room champagne showers, there were 10 innings of fever-pitch drama. We take you through the twists and turns of World Series Game 7.

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Cubs Chairman Tom Ricketts talks about hiring Theo Epstein to run the baseball operations, and tells us what's in store for the Wrigley Field hotel and plaza.

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In almost poetic fashion, it took the Cubs extra innings to vanquish a 108-year drought. At times on this historic night, it seemed like the team would succumb to its snakebit history.

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Hollywood couldn’t have conceived of a more dramatic script: The World Series. Game 7. A 3-1 game deficit, and then, an amazing comeback to tie it up 3-3. Two young, energetic and dominant teams with stellar managers.