Toys For Tots Parade Does Not Disappoint Santa Claus traded in his sleigh for a motorcycle this weekend.
Another Year Of Financial Uncertainty Looms For IllinoisPeople and organizations relying on state funds are facing another year of financial uncertainty.
Snowfall Totaling 1 to 4 Inches For Chicago Area On Sunday A storm sweeping through Chicago on Sunday is expected to leave one to four inches of snow locally, with heavier amounts farther west of the metro area.
Cold Weather Leads To Car Thefts, 8 Reports In South Bend In One DaySouth Bend police are warning residents not to warm up their cars unattended after a rash of thefts.
Coast Guard Delivers Christmas Trees To Chicago Families In NeedThe U.S. Coast Guard delivered smiles on Saturday at Navy Pier after donating 1,200 Christmas tree to families in need.
Milwaukee Teacher Charged With Sexual Assault Of 16-Year-Old BoyA former Milwaukee teacher has been sentenced to prison for the sexual assault of a 16-year-old boy.
Former Ald. Balcer, Police Urge Kaepernick To Stand For National Anthem At Soldier Field"We asked him to be sensitive while at Soldier Field to the sacrifices made by those who defended his freedom," former Ald. James Balcer says.
Mayor Announces Expansion Of International Baccalaureate ProgrammingA number of government and education officials gathered at Curie High School Friday to announce the expansion of International Baccalaureate programming.
Rauner Likes Jobs Saved In Nuke Deal, Dislikes 'Corporate Welfare' ComponentThe measure saves an estimated 1,500 jobs in central and western Illinois by keeping two nuclear power plants open.
Supt. Johnson Asks Lawmakers To Stop Revolving Door Of Gun OffendersChicago's top cop hopes pending legislation will finally pass in January. WBBM’s Lisa Fielding reports.
Governor Rauner Explains Veto Of CPS Pension Bailout Governor Bruce Rauner is defending his veto of a bailout of Chicago Public Schools pensions while saying he's still ready to negotiate with democratic leaders in the legislature.
State's Attorney Foxx Pledges Greater Transparency As She Takes OfficeCook County State's Attorney Kim Foxx has sworn to promote openness and equal justice more than her predecessor, Anita Alvarez.

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