Wounded veterans were spending a few days biking, sailing, and water skiing around the Chicago area as they look forward to attending the Air & Water Show on the lakefront.
Logan Dreyer insisted he’s not a hero, saying “I was just doing my job;” although he said helping save the baby was “the best feeling I’ve ever felt in my life.”
Two American aid workers sick with the Ebola virus are being brought back to the United States for treatment at Emory University in Atlanta. A Chicago doctor is talking about the risks.
The daughter of legendary boxer Muhammad Ali is back in Chicago trying to get kids to put down the guns, and pick up their gloves, reports WBBM’s Terry Keshner.
Pride Fest is this weekend in Chicago and, for some older Chicago-area residents, it’s a reminder of how much things have changed and continue to change for the gay community, reports WBBM’s Terry Keshner.
U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk says Guantanamo Bay should be a “black hole” for terrorists and they should never get out.
Students at North Central College in Naperville have been visited by nine therapy dogs to help relieve stress during the “stretch run” of their academic year.
There is now a $10,000 reward being offered in the investigation into the recent theft of assault rifles from a South Side rail yard.
A Naperville North High School student is playing music to say “thanks” to doctors who saved her dad’s life, reports WBBM’s Terry Keshner.
Seven liquor stores in Chicago have signed up to participate so far.
On Tuesday, smoke at an air traffic control facility disrupted travel at both Chicago airports, grounding hundreds of flights and stranding passengers, forcing many of them to rent cars.
As the Blackhawks continue fighting for another Stanley Cup, what’s the coolest street in Chicago?
It’s Blackhawk Street, of course, which runs east-west and is 1400 North.
Erik Childress, one of the festival’s producers, says it’s about finding “diamonds in the Hollywood rough.”
Jeremy Thorsen had just left the Milestone Tap when he saw a tornado hit the building.
It’s Opening Day Sunday for a Chicago team that many people have not seen play, but whose sport is growing in popularity.
The famed “Alma Mater” sculpture at the University of Illinois campus in Urbana-Champaign is returning home today after spending nearly two years being restored in the western suburbs.
Have you ever picked up rubber bands left behind by a postal carrier? One Chicago woman has done a lot of that, and says it’s a waste.
Opening Day for the White Sox is two weeks away. So, will U.S. Cellular Field’s playing surface be ready after this harsh winter?
It’s on the 1600 block of North Menard and is about the size of a children’s kiddie pool — if not bigger – and is full of slush.
The search for 31-year-old Cathryn McGill, a former Des Plaines woman who was swept away in a river in southwestern Indiana in late December, has been scaled back.