'Throw Paper Towels At Trump Tower' Event Turns Into A Fundraiser For Hurricane Relief Efforts In Puerto RicoA Wicker Park student's lighthearted joke about President Trump has turned into a fundraiser for hurricane victims.
Chicago Street Makes List Of 5 Greatest Streets In America Chicago's Lincoln Avenue has been named one of the five great streets in the county, a part of the American Planning Association's list of the top greatest places in America.
Nicor, Canadian National Resolve Dispute Over Train Derailment, Pipeline WorkA dispute over a Nicor pipeline and a Canadian National train derailment, that threatened natural gas supplies for 250-thousand Nicor customers this winter, has been resolved.
UW President Wants To Merge Four-Year, Two-Year CampusesUniversity of Wisconsin System President Ray Cross is proposing merging the state's two-year schools with its four-year campuses in effort to boost enrollment.
PAWS Chicago Still Seeks Homes For Hurricane Rescue Animalsore Chicago-area homes are needed for abandoned pets from areas affected by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.
Cook County Board Overwhelmingly Votes To Repeal Soda TaxThe 15-2 vote reflected the overwhelming opposition the tax faced among Cook County residents.
Mundelein Bans Religious Symbols Near Village's Christmas Tree DisplayMundelein has banned religious symbols near the village's Christmas tree. WBBM's Jim Gudas reports.
John Paul II Relics To Go On Display At Des Plaines Lady of Guadalupe ShrineA lock of hair and other relics of the late-Pope John Paul II will go on display Wednesday evening in Des Plaines.
2 Investigators: Man Blinded After Foul Ball Accident Sues Cubs, MLBJay Loos is suing the Cubs after a fast-moving foul ball smashed into his face, causing him to go blind in one eye.
Oak Park Celebrates "Indigenous People's Day" On Columbus DayOak Park has come up with an alternative to Columbus Day.
IL Tollways Could Be Cashless In Two YearsRoute 390 from I-290 to Route 83 running along Thorndale Avenue opens as a cashless tollway on November 1st.
Lack Of Precipitation Continues For Chicagoland AreaThe Chicagoland area dry spell is going to last a bit longer.