Board To Rule On Whether Rialmo Stays With CPD"I'm hoping someone has some morals and principles and makes the right decision."
New Video Surfaces From Bus Shelter CrashThat video is now part of an ongoing police investigation.
Firefighter Injured By Brick When Wall Collapses In Englewood BlazeThe fire started around 6:15 a.m. in a vacant building near 70th and May streets.
After The Bell: Dow Slides 380 PointsThe S&P 500 lost 30, the NASDAQ fell 57 and the Dow Jones industrial average, hit the hardest, shed more than 380 points, settling just above the 25,000 mark.
Preservation Chicago Releases The 2018 'Chicago 7 Most Endangered' List, Asks Obama Foundation To Find New SitePreservation Chicago is calling on the Obama Foundation to consider another site and abandon plans for Jackson Park.
DuPage County Sheriff Candidate's Campaign Billboard VandalizedCampaign dirty tricks are being reported in DuPage County in the race for the GOP nomination for Sheriff.
Deerfield Considers Assault-Weapons BanThe mayor of the north suburb says the local government has the power, legally. WBBM Newsradio's Steve Miller reports.
Gun That Killed Chicago Police Commander Came From Outside IllinoisThe Illinois Council Against Handgun Violence has said 60 percent of all the guns used in crimes in Chicago come from outside Illinois.
CTA Getting Thousands Of New HD Surveillance CamerasThe CTA has announced a $33 million program to install thousands of new high definition cameras, as well as new video monitors at its train stations.
Welcome Party Planned For Chicago-Area Olympic Women’s Hockey PlayerA gold medal-type welcome is planned when Olympic women’s hockey player Kendall Coyne returns to the Chicago area, but that party is on ice if you will.
Ofman: Tom Ricketts Discusses Cubs Chances In Another World SeriesWBBM’s George Ofman recently shared that view and thoughts from Ricketts about his team’s chances to win another World Series, Anthony Rizzo’s stature and how the Cubs will navigate a star studded free agent class for 2019.
More Than 100 Lives Have Been Saved In The Suburbs Due To NaloxoneNaloxone donated by a Virginia pharmaceutical company is being credited with saving the lives of more than 100 people who had overdosed on opioids in the suburbs in 2017.