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.
Dangerous Highways Focus Of Meeting In JolietA chief desire of safety advocates is to have Interstate 80 widened from Rt. 30 in New Lenox to River Road in Minooka.
Dialysis Patient, 74, Found Dead At ClinicDuncan Price of Grant Park, who had been suffering flu-like symptoms, did not return home after an appointment at the Steger clinic.
Cold, Illnesses Taking Toll On Blood DonationsOne blood-bank coordinator says the problem is getting out of hand.
Chicago Families Call On City To Fight Gun ViolencePamela Bosley said Chicagoans are desensitized to gun violence.
Cop's Story Unravels In New LeGrier Report: AttorneyThe city of Chicago's new police oversight agency, COPA, has ruled that the 2015 police shooting of Quintonio LeGrier was unjustified.
1 Killed, 1 Wounded In Shooting At Dolton Gas StationThe shooting happened around 11 a.m. at the Clark gas station at 142nd and Langley in Dolton.
Homeowners Want CPD Officers Involved In Botched Raid DisciplinedLast week, Chicago Police raided a home on the South Side as part of a drug investigation, but officers entered the wrong home.
Transplant Recipient Delivers Healthy Baby Girl On Christmas DayThis Christmas was a special one for a woman who has spent much of her life in and out of Chicago hospitals.
Chicago Animal Care and Control Received Visitors, Gifts On Christmas EveThe four-legged residents of a Chicago animal shelter received some visitors, and presents, on Christmas Eve.
Towing Company Surprises Boys With Shopping Spree After Loss Of MomTwo sons of a mother fatally shot last month on Chicago's Far South Side were surprised Friday with a holiday shopping spree.