Organizers Gearing Up For Women's March Next MonthOne planner points to Roy Moore's election loss in Alabama and the “Me Too” campaignas examples of women's rights prevailing. WBBM's Nancy Harty reports.
Veterans Are Camping Outside To Help Their Homeless ComradesThese veterans who have homes are showing their support for their comrades who do not.
Chicago Man Charged With Hacking Company’s Servers A Chicago man was charged with damaging the servers of a north suburban industrial supply company after his employment was terminated in February 2016.
Remembering Chicago Jazz Legend Willie PickensWillie Pickens was a giant in Chicago music for more than half a century.
Lyft Announces Chicago's Top Destinations Of 2017Lyft, a rideshare company, announced the winners of its third annual Lyftie Awards, otherwise known as top destinations based off of passenger drop-offs that fall under categories such as most visited restaurant or event venue in the city.
Obama: Curbing Climate Change Should Be 'Obsession For Us'The former president spoke at a climate summit for mayors from around the world, held in Chicago.
Chicago Police: Murders, Shootings Down For 9th Straight MonthFor the ninth-straight month this year, Chicago saw a reduction in gun violence in November, the police department announced early Friday.
6 Wounded In Thursday Shootings Across ChicagoAt least six people were wounded in separate shootings Thursday across Chicago.
7 Wounded In Wednesday Shootings On South, West SidesAt least seven people were wounded in shootings Wednesday on the city’s South and West sides.
1 Dead, 3 Wounded In Shootings Tuesday Across ChicagoA man was killed and three other people were wounded in Chicago shootings Tuesday.
Chicago, Cook County Sue Uber Over Concealed Data HackThe City of Chicago and Cook County filed a joint lawsuit against Uber on Monday, alleging the embattled ride-hailing company violated several parts of the Chicago Municipal Code and state law when it concealed that the personal information of more than 57 million drivers and customers was stolen in a hack more than a year ago.
7 Shot, 1 Fatally, In Monday Gun Violence Across ChicagoOne man was killed and at least six other people were wounded in shootings Monday across Chicago.