Attorneys Demand Firings Of Officers Involved In ShootingAntwon Golatte was hit by police gunfire as he tried to flee during a traffic stop in February 2015.
Lake Forest Teenager Headlines 'Phantom' Sequel13-year-old Casey Lyons can't contain how excited he is to be back home in Chicago.
@ChicagoDibs Photos Are A Hit On Social MediaAn Instagram user has collected a greatest hits of parking-place holders. WBBM's Lisa Fielding reports.
Speed Date At Navy Pier's Centennial Wheel This Valentine's DayNavy Pier is taking love to new heights this week!
Illinois Celebrates Abraham Lincoln's BirthdayIt's a big day on Feb. 12 for our 16th president and his hometown state.
Made In Chicago: The Life FoundationThe Life Foundation is a Chicago-based non-profit organization the helps infertile couples after they've run out options and money.
City: All Hands On Deck This Snowy WeekendThe city's full fleet of 300 plows will be out all weekend.
Rahm: 'Tried And Tested' City Crews Up To The Challenge Of Friday's Winter StormIt’s been a couple years since Chicago has seen a snowstorm as big as the one that began blanketing the city Thursday night, but city officials wanted to assure residents they haven’t forgotten how to keep the city moving.
Women-Only Work Space Opens In River NorthEvolveHer aims is to provide a creative work space that evolves the way women "connect, cultivate and collaborate."
Field Museum To Move Sue, The T. Rex For New DisplayA Tyrannosaurus rex fossil that's been on prominent display at Chicago's Field Museum is being moved to make room for a cast of the biggest dinosaur ever discovered.
Gilda's Club Chicago Celebrates MilestoneAn organization that helps cancer patients and their families is celebrating a milestone this year.
Missing Milwaukee Man May Be In ChicagoAlex Vue, 18, from Milwaukee, Wisconsin was last seen Monday at Union Station in Chicago.
Judge Tosses Out Convictions In 1989 Murder Of Cop's WifeA Cook County judge has thrown out the convictions of two men who spent nearly 45 combined years in prison for the 1989 of a retired Chicago police sergeant’s wife, based on DNA evidence and allegations of police torture.
Made In Chicago: Milt's Extra InningsJeff Aeder expanded his restaurant business after having been inspired, in part, by his niece who has intellectual disabilities.
Illinois Named The 'Sickest State' This WeekIllinois has the dubious distinction of being the "sickest" state in the country this week.