Crosses Turn Englewood Lot Into Memorial For Murder VictimsOn Sunday, a retired carpenter who has made crosses for victims of mass killings set up a solemn memorial in Englewood for the victims of violent crime in Chicago in 2017.
Northwestern Academy Receives New Home In Chicago BuildingChicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel touts the city's free college program at a reception for the grand opening of Northwestern Academy.
Reverend Jackson Hopes Trump Will Do "Something Of Substance"With the presidential inauguration just days away, Reverend Jesse Jackson was asked how it might be different for him.
Rauner Signs School Lead Testing MandateIt's legislation that aims to prevent children from being exposed to lead poisoning in their drinking water.
Chicago Museum Displays Rare Critters As Part Of 160th AnniversaryA vault of rare species is being unlocked for public eyes, WBBM's Michele Fiore reports.
Long Grove Residents Fight To Preserve 111-Year-Old BridgeA petition to fight change in Long Grove is growing, as village leaders take steps to potentially convert a 111-year-old bridge.
Teen Receives Scouting Honor After Saving His Mom From DrowningNate Courier's actions while the family was on vacation in the Great Smoky Mountains are something his mother, Laura, will not soon forget. WBBM's Michele Fiore reports.
One Man's Mission: Get Obama To Set Blagojevich FreeWith President Barack Obama’s final days in office winding down, one man has been on a mission to see to it former Gov. Rod Blagojevich gets his 14-year prison sentence commuted.
Plans For Tiger Woods Golf Course Raise Concerns, Hopes On South SideWith the Chicago Park District planning to break ground this spring on an ambitious plan to turn the Jackson Park and South Shore golf courses into a championship-caliber lakefront golf course designed by Tiger Woods, local residents have voiced concerns about what the project means for the community.
Supt. Johnson Promises To Counter 2016 Murder Spike With Technology, New Hires One of the most violent years in Chicago history ended Sunday with a sobering tally: 762 homicides, the most in two decades in the city.
Homeless Man Had Worn The Soles Off His Shoes; Cops Buy Him New BootsTwo cops said they were called Dec. 29 to a bus shelter, where a homeless man was sitting with a bunch of blankets. WBBM's Michele Fiore reports.
Navy Pier Holds Children's New Years Eve CelebrationFamilies with young children welcomed 2017 at the stroke of noon on Saturday at Navy Pier's Chicago Children's Museum.

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