Chicagoans Plunge For CharityThe skies were blue and it was sunny for the 17th Annual Polar Plunge at Oak Street Beach today.
Counter Protests Erupt During Annual 'March For Life'The topic of abortion was front and center on the streets of Chicago Sunday as both sides made their voices clear.
Critics Slam Senior Housing Center After Resident Dies In ElevatorManagement at Evergreen Towers disagrees there is anything wrong in the emergency response system at the facility. WBBM's Michele Fiore reports.
High Winds, Waves Shut Down Lakefront TrailDangerous conditions along Lake Shore Drive have led Chicago Park District staff to shut down the lakefront trail.
Streamwood Woman's WWII Story Told In Discovery Channel DocumentaryA World War Two veteran from Streamwood is being featured on an upcoming Discovery Channel documentary.
Wabash Reopens In South Loop After Falling Ice From Frozen Fire Escape Causes ClosurePart of Wabash Street in the South Loop reopened early Monday after being closed over the weekend due to falling ice.
First Blue Moon Total Eclipse In 150 Years Coming On Jan. 31After starting 2018 with a supermoon, sky watchers are preparing for an even more rare event this month: a blue moon total lunar eclipse.
New Year's Day Brings Biggest Full Moon Of 20182018 is starting off big and bright, as the sky will play host to a "supermoon" Monday night.
Meet Chicago-Area's First Babies Of 2018Nothing rings in the New Year quite like a little bundle of joy!
Law Firm Offering Reimbursements On Uber, Lyft Over New Year’s WeekendChicagoans ringing in the new year will have plenty of options for safe, free rides to and from their celebrations.
Take Note: Some Ventra Cards ExpiringIn a worst-case scenario, some riders could lose any balance they have on the transit cards. WBBM's Michele Fiore explains.
Santa, Chicago Firefighters Visit La Rabida Children's HospitalChicago firefighters from engine company 63 made a special visit to La Rabida Children's Hospital on Christmas Day.