Boom In Southwest Suburbs Was From Exploding Target-Shooting, Police SaySome WBBM Newsradio listeners have reported hearing – and feeling – some kind of a large blast or boom in the Joliet area.
Thanksgiving In The ER: Potluck Dinner, Dressing InjuriesFirefighters and police officers don't get the day off on Thanksgiving, and neither do hospital emergency rooms.
Hundreds Protest After Video Showing Laquan McDonald Shooting ReleasedHundreds of protesters took to the streets in reaction to the release of a police dash-cam video showing the shooting death of Laquan McDonald
Chicago's Official Christmas Tree Lit In Millennium ParkThousands gathered at Millennium Park to watch Chicago's annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony.
Heart Surgeon: Don't Overdo It With Snow-ShovelingAt least 18 people across the Chicago area died this past winter from causes related to shoveling snow last winter.
Residents, City Crews Say They're Ready For First Big Snowfall
Hundreds Attend Silent Vigil Outside French Consulate To Remember Victims Of Paris Terror AttacksSeveral hundred people took part in a silent candlelight vigil outside the French consulate in downtown Chicago for the victims of the Paris bombings.
Mourners Say Goodbye To Slain Model Kaylyn PryorMore than 1,000 people filled the South Side New Covenant Missionary Baptist Church for the funeral of an aspiring 20-year-old model gunned down at an Englewood bus stop Nov. 2.
VA Hospitals Holding Access Stand Down Day To Ensure Vets In Need Of Urgent Care Get ItMilitary veterans in need of medical care were invited today to a VA hospital nationwide to ensure that their needs are being addressed.
Wind Tunnel Helps Chicago Architectural Firm Test DesignsThe Skidmore, Owings & Merrill wind tunnel is 30 feet long, 40 inches wide and 55 inches tall, tucked away in a mezzanine office of the 111-year-old Railway Exchange Building.
Bulls Announce Plans For D-League Team In Hoffman EstatesThe Bulls are holding a contest to name the team.
Metra, Pace Approve Fare IncreasesThe increases are tucked into 2016 budgets that the Metra and Pace boards approved unanimously in separate votes Wednesday.