Flu season is almost here and Governor Quinn has already gotten his shot.
CHICAGO (CBS) — Mayor Emanuel spoke at a graduation ceremony at Navy Pier for more than 120 new Chicago Police officers today. He told the new officers and their families that their work needs support […]
President Obama’s speech was watched with particular interest by Chicagoans of Syrian descent.
Government budget cuts mean there are no Blue Angels, Thunderbirds, or Golden Knights at this year’s Chicago Air & Water Show, but there will be plenty to see.
The air and water show is this weekend with practice was taking place at the Gary Jet Center today, reports WBBM’S Terry Keshner.
Accused of using immigrants as “pawns in a political battle” over same-sex marriage, Cardinal Francis George defended the decision to halt Catholic Church funding for immigrant rights groups that support gay marriage.
Some Chicagoans are worried that affordable housing is slipping away and several dozen gathered for a protest at CHA Headquarters at 60 East Van Buren on Monday morning.
One of those who will be participating in Sunday’s Pride Parade in Chicago is Wade Davis, a former NFL player.
A rare plant is nearly in bloom in Oak Park. It’s called a “Century Plant”
Chicago Police, the Drug Enforcement Administration and other agencies announced a major drug bust this afternoon, WBBM’s Terry Keshner.
Be a rider, not a driver. That’s the message today from the Regional Transportation Authority on the annual “Dump the Pump Day, reports WBBM’s Terry Keshner.
The defendants allegedly worked together to provide customers with heroin, usually in capsule form, in exchange for cash, after customers called a specific telephone number to place an order.
The United Nations is promoting edible insects as a low-fat, high-protein food for hungry people throughout the world, but Chicagoans probably won’t be changing their menu.
Protesters gathered outside a retailer on North Michigan Avenue today, upset about a CEO’s comments regarding image and body type, reports, WBBM’s Terry Keshner.
Several Chicago-area residents who had traveled to Boston this week to be a part of the prestigious running event instead became witness to horror.
A Chicago filmmaker has completed work on his newest, most ambitious work.
A high-profile endorsement is drawing attention to the mayoral race in Arlington Heights.
Pifas the dog was reunited with his owner after being rescued from an icy Lake Michigan last Friday
Hawks fans are beginning to feel like it’s 2010 all over again, when the Hawks won the Stanley Cup.
Chicago Teachers Union President Karen Lewis was drawing fire Tuesday over comments made in a speech last month, after a YouTube video surfaced of her jokingly saying “off with their heads” about the wealthy.