U OF I Dial-A-Carol Enters Its 56th YearDial-A-Carol enters its 56 year, starting at midnight Thursday, Dec. 8th. People can call in and request any holiday tune and it will be sung live by students over the phone.
Supt. Johnson Asks Lawmakers To Stop Revolving Door Of Gun OffendersChicago's top cop hopes pending legislation will finally pass in January. WBBM’s Lisa Fielding reports.
Family Of Kajuan Raye, The Man Killed By Police During Foot Chase, Files Federal LawsuitRaye , 19, was fatally wounded during a foot chase late Nov. 23 in Englewood after he bolted when a police car pulled up to a bus stop.
Cook County Housing Program Celebrates MilestoneSince launching in 2014, Cook County Land Bank Authority has bought 400 homes and sold 300 homes to 135 unique developers to rehab and build communities.
Chicago Based Children's Cancer Camp Participates In Giving TuesdayChildren's Oncology Services One Step Camp participates in Giving Tuesday, by raising money to give free camp for children with cancer.
Rocker Bruce Springsteen Stops In Chicago As Part Of Book TourCold, wind and rain didn't stop some 1,200 fans from lining up to meet their rock idol outside Books-A-Million bookstore in Chicago's Loop.
Homewood Flossmoor Grad In Cast Of 'Finding Neverland'Dwelvan David said the first time he saw the revival of "The Wiz", he knew theater would be his life.
Made In Chicago: Zengeler CleanersNot many family businesses have the longevity of Zengeler Cleaners on Chicago's North Shore.
New Center Trains Dogs To Help Soldiers With PTSDA new training center opened eight months ago and is already helping veterans, who suffer from PTSD, be matched with service dogs.
52 New Citizens Join Ranks Of Chicago Voters On Election DayMen and women, young and old, American Flags in hand, stood inside the Chicago Cultural Center and raised their hands as they took the oath of allegiance.
Mayor Emanuel Will Be On All Wavelengths Nov. 14For 30 minutes next Monday, virtually every radio station in town will air a "Chicago Radio Town Hall." WBBM's Lisa Fielding reports.
Chicago Throws Epic Party For World Series Champions The Chicago CubsOn Friday, Chicago threw an epic party in the streets of Chicago and in Grant Park in celebration of the World Series Champions, the Chicago Cubs.

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