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.
Marchers Discuss City Issues At Chinatown Lunar New Year ParadeChinatown was buzzing Sunday afternoon for the annual Lunar New Year Parade, but some marchers had city issues on their minds.
High School Students Walk Out Of School To 'End Gun Violence'Some high school students walked out of their buildings at noon Wednesday as part of a nationwide show of solidarity.
Emanuel Calls For Stronger Legislation To Combat CarjackingsMayor Rahm Emanuel and Police Supt. Eddie Johnson called for a change in state law that will embolden enforcement against car thieves.
Drivers Of Plows, Salt Trucks Give Tips For Driver Ahead Of SnowstormAs the snow falls this week, plows and salt trucks will be hitting the streets, and the workers behind the wheel have some tips for drivers.
TV Returns May See A Spike With Football Season Being OverAnother Super Bowl is in the books, and that means some big-screen TV's could be heading back to the store.
Police Release New 3-D Sketch, 911 Audio Of Suspect In Lane Bryant MurdersTen years after five women were brutally slain inside the Lane Bryant store in Tinley Park, police have released a new image of the suspect and enhanced audio of a 911 call in hopes of finally solving the case.
Fast-Food Customer Finds Extra Item In Bag: CocaineA northwest Indiana restaurateur is accused of dealing drugs -- an operation undone, police say, when some of the product was given to the wrong person.
Rauner's State Of The State Vow: A Balanced BudgetGov. Bruce Rauner used his fourth State of the State address to call for collaborative efforts to combat a number of issues in Illinois.
Emanuel, City Officials Break Ground On Branch Library ProjectsMayor Emanuel announced the beginning of construction on three co-located housing and library developments being built across the city.
Second Case Of Exposure To Measles Reported At O'HareAnother case of measles exposure has been reported at O'Hare Airport, the second instance there in five days.
Group Seeks Permit To Hold Pride Parade In AuroraIndivisible Aurora has applied for the city's first-ever Pride Parade, on June 17. WBBM Newsradio's Andy Dahn reports.