Justin Turner's Walk-Off Homer Lifts Dodgers To Win Over Cubs, 2-0 Series LeadThe Cubs offense disappeared again, mustering just an Addison Russell solo homer in a 4-1 loss.
Surveillance Photos Released After Skimming Device Found At A Porter County Gas StationThe Porter County Sheriff's office has just released surveillance photos of four people wanted for questioning after a credit card skimmer was found at a gas station.
Elk Grove Village May Prohibit Stores From Selling TobaccoRetailers in one northwest suburb stand to lose revenue, if the Elk Grove Village board moves forward with a ban on tobacco sales.
Geneva HS Football Player Raises Money For Cancer ResearchAfter watching a close friend lose a loved one to childhood cancer, Reilly Waldoch is dedicating this season to that little girl.
Chicagoans Donate Blood For Vegas VictimsPeople troubled about what happened far from home are eagerly walking in to help. They're donating blood for the Las Vegas victims.
Girl, 8, Rescued After Fall In BarnThe incident occurred in rural Big Rock, about 10 miles west of Aurora. WBBM's Michele Fiore reports.
Sexual Assault Reported Along Gurnee PathIt happened Saturday between 8 p.m. and 9 p.m. Police are getting a sketch together of the suspect.
Local Football League Fears Relocation Due To Obama LibraryA community football league could be playing its last homecoming game at Jackson Park, as that's where the Obama Library is set to be built.
ComEd Crews Return From Helping Those Affected By IrmaChicago's ComEd crews have helped to restore power to two million people in the Daytona Beach area following Hurricane Irma.
ID Day At The Field Museum Gives Answers To Rock Solid QuestionsEver find a rock or a seashell that looked like a fossil? Once a year, scientists at the Field Museum take a look, at no charge, and give you their best answer.
St. Jude's 5K To End Childhood Cancer Goes Off Without A HitchHot weather didn't steer people away from the St. Jude 5K Run/Walk to End Childhood Cancer Saturday morning.
Preckwinkle, Other Officials Jump In Chicago RiverThe Chicago River isn't quite what it used to be, and elected officials took great effort to prove that Saturday.