Chicago State University Students Rally In Loop To Protest Possible ShutdownTwo weeks after they shut down part of the Dan Ryan Expressway to protest the possible closing of their school amid the state budget impasse, students from Chicago State University took their protest to the governor’s office downtown.
Made In Chicago: Olympic Signs Drive around downtown Chicago, and you're sure to have seen their work.
FBI Seeks Serial Bank Robber Dubbed 'Pinball Bandit'He's prolific, and he moves around, the FBI says.
Indiana Woman's Loss Leads To New Life For Best Friend In Rare Organ TransplantAfter Vicki Olds lost her 18-year-old daughter Nikki last summer in a drowning accident, she decided to give the ultimate gift to her friend.
Two Chicago Police Officers Pull Man From Burning CarOfficers Ricardo Gallegos and Szymon Hypta were on a routine patrol near 79th and Escanaba when they noticed some sparks coming from underneath a parked car.
Elgin Woman May Be World's Best Pet SitterCarrie Feinberg, one of five finalists, will find out in March. WBBM's Lisa Fielding reports.
Social Service Groups Urge Rauner To End Budget StalemateThe day before Governor Bruce Rauner was set to deliver his "State of the State" address, a group representing 200 Illinois service agencies was calling him out for the ongoing budget stalemate.
Drivers In Western Suburbs Enjoying Low Gas PricesThe average price of a gallon has fallen about 11 cents in the last week and drivers are loving it.
Suburban Bagger To Compete In National Competition Next Month In Las VegasA Highland Park man is heading to Las Vegas next month, in hopes of becoming the best bagger in the country.
Former Cub Kerry Wood Hosts Fifth Annual Woody's Winter WarmupWhen pitcher Kerry Wood retired a Cub, he knew he wanted to stay in Chicago and give back.
Broken Bones, Close Calls Worth The Thrill Of Competition, Bull Rider SaysMarkus Mariluch has wanted to be a professional bull rider since he was a kid. He talks with WBBM's Lisa Fielding at this weekend's competition in Rosemont.
Local Gun Control Advocates Praise President Obama's Executive Orders, But Oppenents Say They Won't Stop Criminals Local gun control advocates are applauding President Barack Obama’s executive orders to expand background checks for firearm sales at gun shows and other measures, but opponents say it won't stop criminals from getting guns.