Made In Chicago: Dainty Warrior ProjectA five-year-old's art drives the non-profit Dainty Warrior Project.
Study Finds Illinois Residents Pay Highest Property Tax RateIllinois has a first-place finish that is nothing to brag about.
Three Chicago Area U.S. Reps Urge City To Reopen O'Hare Diagonal Runway
Illinois Mayors, Firefighters Want Hearing On Bill To Protect First Responders From LawsuitsThe bill has sat dormant in committee since being introduced Feb. 19.
One Injured In Kenwood Hit-And-Run
Vinyl Enthusiasts Celebrating Record Store Day In Chicago Twenty years ago, records and record stores were left for dead – but they’re coming back and today is the international celebration of Record Store Day.
Zookeeper Injured After Being Bitten By Rhino At Lincoln Park ZooA zookeeper at the Lincoln Park Zoo had her finger bitten by a rhinoceros Saturday morning, according to a spokesperson for the zoo.
Protests Continue Over Planned Closing Of St. Adalbert's In PilsenPreservationists call Saint Adalbert’s an architectural masterpiece. The Chicago Archdiocese calls it rundown and under-used.
Cook County Board May Consider Registry For Animal AbusersKnown abusers who obtain a pet, or any pet shop, rescue or individual caught selling an abuser a pet would be subject to fines up to $5,000.
Msgr. Richard O'Donnell, Oldest Priest In Archdiocese Of Chicago, Dies At 105 The oldest priest in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Chicago has died. Monsignor Richard O'Donnell was 105, reports WBBM’s Bob Roberts.
In Report, Task Force Contends Police Union A Major Obstacle To ChangeToday Mayor Emanuel was briefed on a new task force report that finds the Chicago Police Department is plagued by systemic racism, reports WBBM’s Bob Roberts.
Claypool Denounces Latest School Funding Proposal From Springfield Chicago Schools CEO Forrest Claypool Tuesday denounced the latest statewide school funding proposal, saying it is a conscious effort to bankrupt the Chicago Public Schools.