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.
Five Years After It Was Stolen, Dog Reunited With Illinois Family After Being Found In South Carolina
A dog stolen from the backyard an Illinois family more than five years ago was found wandering in South Carolina, and is now back with its rightful owners, reports WBBM’s Terry Keshner.
McHenry County DOT Maintenance Superintendent Mark DeVries says they’ve been in operations for this storms since 7 o’clock Friday morning and have been operating 24/7 since.
Many of us have taken a road trip to see a game. But what about driving from Chicago to Rio? That’s what some soccer fans are getting ready to do for next summer’s World Cup.
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.