Nepal Ambassador Thanks Chicagoans For Support After Deadly EarthquakeNepal's ambassador to the United States is in Chicago today, thanking people for supporting his country as is begins the long recovery from last month’s devastating earthquake that killed 9,000, reports WBBM’s Mike Krauser.
Mayor Emanuel Courts Black Vote At South Side Rally Mayor Rahm Emanuel was courting votes in the Black community Saturday, reports WBBM's Mike Krauser.
Investigation Continues Into Suburban Crematorium, OfficeAn investigation into the possible illegal selling of human body parts continues after two suburban locations were raided Tuesday.
Jesse White Says Tougher Instruction Responsible For Drop In Teen Driving FatalitiesTeen deaths have been dropping radically and the Secretary of State says part of that is a new tougher introduction to rules of the road, reports WBBM’s John Cody.
Waterlogged Cars From Hurricane Sandy Could Make Way To Chicago MarketIf you think Hurricane Sandy was a problem only for people on the East Coast, think again.
Dems Tap Ex-Stroger Aide To Challenge Indicted State Rep.Democratic Ward Committeemen in the 10th state House District have picked a onetime aide to former Cook County Board President Todd Stroger to mount a third-party challenge against indicted state Rep. Derrick Smith in November.
Downstate High School Honored For Fight Against Texting And DrivingIllinois Secretary of State Jesse White is saluting some high school students who are getting the message out – about when not to be text messaging.
Illinois State Fair Kicks Off In SpringfieldThe carnival rides, the greasy food and the agriculture exhibits are all ready as the Illinois State Fair opens in Springfield.
Buddy Guy Wins Entrepreneurship AwardChicago blues Legend Buddy Guy provided some hard-nosed business advice this week as he picked up a lifetime achievement award to go with six Grammys.
Excessive Speeding Could Land You In Jail In 2011If you have a lead foot, you’ll want to ease up on the pedal in 2011. In just a few days, a new Illinois law will crack down on aggressive drivers.
Go To Jail For Excessive Speeding In 2011If you have a lead foot, you’ll want to ease up on the pedal in 2011. In just a few days, a new Illinois law will crack down on aggressive drivers.