Cardinal Cupich Enjoys Payoff Of World Series BetThe head of Chicago's Archdiocese helped serve food sent by Cleveland's bishop. WBBM's Michele Fiore reports.
More Gold Turns Up In Salvation Army KettlesThe gifts, including a ring, were dropped in Chicago's northern suburbs. WBBM's Michele Fiore reports.
Oak Lawn Investigating If Shooting Tied To Troubled Chuck E. CheeseOfficials in southwest suburban Oak Lawn were investigating whether a shooting over the weekend was connected to a Chuck E. Cheese's restaurant that has been the scene of several fights over the past few years.
Coast Guard Delivers Christmas Trees To Chicago Families In NeedThe U.S. Coast Guard delivered smiles on Saturday at Navy Pier after donating 1,200 Christmas tree to families in need.
Man Charged In Death Of 8-Year-Old Olney GirlFirst-degree murder and predatory criminal sexual assault charges have been filed against a southern Illinois man accused in the death of an 8-year-old Olney girl.
Amtrak Prepares For Busiest Thanksgiving Travel DayAmtrak is calling Sunday the busiest day of the Thanksgiving travel week.
CTA, Chicago Public Library Partner To Offer Free Content For RidersMayor Emanuel announced Sunday a new partnership between Chicago Transit Authority and Chicago Public Library.
Former Alderman Vrdolyak Pleads Not Guilty To Tax EvasionFederal prosecutors have alleged former Ald. Edward Vrdolyak schemed with two attorneys to get a cut of legal fees from the state of Illinois’ lawsuit against tobacco companies in the 1990s, despite not being authorized to work on the case and doing no work on the lawsuit.
Woman Attacked In Tinley Park Road Rage IncidentTinley Park police have issued a warning after an 18-year-old woman was involved in a road rage incident.
Police Shoot 2 Suspects In Separate Overnight Incidents; 1 KilledChicago Police officers shot and wounded two suspects in separate incidents on the South Side overnight – bringing the total to six police-involved shootings in Chicago in about the past 10 days.
9 Dead, 28 Others Wounded In Weekend ViolenceThe city has been faced with another bloody weekend, as at least nine people have died from gun violence and more than two dozen others have been hurt in Chicago since Friday afternoon.
NIU Students Move Into New, State-Of-The-Art, And Expensive DormitoryStudents moved into a new dormitory at Northern Illinois University this week, and they’re paying as much as $6,500 a semester for the privilege to live there.