Chicago Loves To Bust A Move At Lunchtime House PartiesOn many summer days like Tuesday, Daley Plaza is filled with people during lunchtime.
Honoring The Fallen On Memorial DayThis weekend the nation pauses to remember and honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice serving our country.
Union Crowd Rallies At Daley PlazaA major Supreme Court case to heard next week could deal a big blow to public sector union membership.
Nativity Scene Arrives At Daley PlazaReverend Hiram Crawford and activist William Grutzmacher battled in court 33 years ago to obtain the right to put the scene at Daley Plaza on display.
Students, Grown-Ups Celebrate The Holiday SeasonChristmas may be more than a month away but that's not stopping some from getting into the holiday spirit.
Christmastime Arrives In Chicago With The 22nd Annual ChristkindlmarketThe 22nd annual Christkindlmarket has opened at Daley Plaza.
CTA Celebrates 70th AnniversarySunday marks the 70th anniversary since buses and trains began operating for the Chicago Transit Authority.
Planetarium's Eclipse Glasses Giveaway Brings Thousands To Daley PlazaThe Adler Planetarium was hosting another giveaway Thursday afternoon in Grant Park.
Daley Plaza Picasso Sculpture Turning 50; So What Is It?A gift from artist Pablo Picasso, countless visitors stare at the untitled sculpture and wonder; but how many actually know what it is?
Vintage CTA Buses Roll Up To Daley PlazaChicagoans can board the public-transit buses of yesterday. WBBM's Steve Miller reports.
170 People Stand In Silence Against Sexual AssaultOne hundred-seventy people stood silently on Friday in Daley Plaza to show the stigma and silence that typically surrounds the issue of sexual assault.
Protesters Demand Trump Release Tax Income ReturnsProtesters hoisted signs that read, “Hey, comrade, show us your taxes,” “Prove you’re not Putin’s puppet,” and “Don the Con.”