Why Are CTA's Train Lines Color-Coded?Wednesday marks 25 years since the CTA first began using color-coded route names on the 'L.'
People Pack The Polar PlungeThe Super Plunge kicked off a month's worth of plunge events benefiting the Special Olympics with the goal of raising two million dollars.
Body Found At Car Fire ScenePolice in northwest suburban Mount Prospect are treating an early-morning car fire as a possible murder. 
Cubs' Anthony Rizzo On School Shooting: 'Something Has To Change'Rizzo was emotional as he recalled the Parkland, Fla. area's influence on his upbringing.
Window Closing For Trump Infrastructure Plan, RTA Boss WarnsThe official who oversees mass transit in the Chicago area would begin with higher gas taxes and seek to impose tolls on at least some expressways.
Chicago Cubs Surprise Four Advocate Children’s Hospital Patients With Tickets To Spring TrainingMembers of the Chicago Cubs surprised four patients at the Advocate Children’s Hospital on Wednesday with Spring Training tickets.
Pride Parade Gets OK In Aurora, Over Some ObjectionsAn Aurora City Council committee has given final approval to a Pride Parade in the western suburb on Father’s Day, June 17.
Families Make Their Perfect Pet MatchThere was a chance to give the dogs treats and there was a chance for adopting families to make first, second and third choices.
Suburban Native Bradie Tennell Begins Her Olympic Quest In South KoreaBuffalo Grove’s Bradie Tennell is beginning her quest for Olympic figure-skating gold in South Korea.
PHOTOS: Preview Of What You'll See At The 2018 Chicago Auto ShowThe 2018 Chicago Auto Show opens Saturday at the McCormick Place.
New Trier HS Twins, Multiples Earn World RecordsThe school now holds the records for most twins (44) and sets of multiples (45, when you add a set of triplets) within one grade.