Rauner Likes Jobs Saved In Nuke Deal, Dislikes 'Corporate Welfare' ComponentThe measure saves an estimated 1,500 jobs in central and western Illinois by keeping two nuclear power plants open.
Governor Rauner Explains Veto Of CPS Pension Bailout Governor Bruce Rauner is defending his veto of a bailout of Chicago Public Schools pensions while saying he's still ready to negotiate with democratic leaders in the legislature.
Young CHA Residents Become Documentary FilmmakersSome Chicago public housing residents have put their experiences on the big screen.
Triplets Celebrate Their First Birthday By Thanking Suburban HospitalIt was triple trouble at Loyola University Medical Center in Maywood on Thursday. WBBM's Nancy Harty reports.
Suit: Massage Therapist Sexually Assaulted WomanA client of the Tinley Park branch of Massage Envy is suing the owners, claiming she was sexually assaulted by a masseuse.
Hatchimals, The Hot Toy This Holiday Season, But Hard To FindHatchimals are the hot toy this holiday season, but finding one will be a challenge and will probably cost you.
Aurora To Receive New Christmas Tree After Wind Damaged The OriginalAfter the first one was damaged, the city of Aurora is getting a new Christmas tree.
Pastor Of South Side Church Organizes Opposition To ComEd Rate HikeLawmakers who vote for a proposed ComEd rate hike are being warned by opponents of the measure about repercussions for what they say could be billions in extra costs for customers.
Police: CN Railroad Security Guard Killed In Harvey Shooting IdentifiedPolice are searching for a man who shot and killed a Canadian National Railroad contracted security guard and stole two vehicles Saturday evening in south suburban Harvey.
203 Million Pounds Of Turkey Meat Wasted Each Thanksgiving, Group SaysDon't cook too much and get creative with leftovers, the Natural Resources Defense Council suggests. WBBM's Nancy Harty reports.
Late Mundelein Teacher Remembered With Cookbook, ScholarshipJerri Craven taught juniors and seniors how to cook sloppy Joes, Mississippi mud pie and stuffed shells, among other things. WBBM's Nancy Harty reports.
Illinois Man Freed After DNA Evidence Clears Him In MurderA Decatur man who spent 18 years in prison for murder was released Wednesday after DNA evidence got him a new trial and prosecutors declined to try him again.

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