'Stranger Things' Star Agrees To Officiate Illinois WeddingIt all started last week on Twitter, as all good things do.
Michigan Avenue Gets Red Light Cameras At Two IntersectionsThe city has installed two red light cameras at Michigan and Jackson, and two at Michigan and Ontario.
Women, Their Supporters Rally Troops For Upcoming March To The Polls This WeekendActivists are preparing for a second Women's March through downtown Chicago this weekend.
Fierce Flu Estimated To Cost Employers Billions In Lost ProductivityThis year's aggressive flu season is taking a toll on employers across the country.
Winter Blues Could Be Sign Of Seasonal Affective DisorderDoes this cold, gloomy weather get you down? If so, you're not alone.
Boy, 10, Dies Of Complications From The FluJohnny Towler was in the 4th grade at Grove Avenue Elementary School in northwest suburban Barrington.
Researchers Develop Wearable Device To Monitor UV ExposureA researcher from Northwestern University is teaming up with L’Oréal to protect you from the sun.
Highland Park Man Climbs For A CauseFormer brain tumor patient Alex Pancoe is raising money for Lurie Children's Hospital through a daring globe-trotting initiative. WBBM's Lisa Fielding reports.
No Freeze In Chicago Garbage PickupCity officials explain how they are able to keep the garbage fleet going, even as other communities are waiting out the bitter cold. WBBM's Lisa Fielding reports.
Flu Cases Surge In Chicago AreaFlu season in the Chicago area can last through April.
DuSable Museum Kicks Off Day One Of KwanzaaHundreds of people packed the DuSable Museum of African American History to mark day one of Kwanzaa.
Bitter Cold, Wind Chills Linger In Chicago Area TuesdayThe bitter cold that moved into the Chicago area on Christmas Day is expected to stick around into Tuesday, particularly in the far north suburbs.
Archbishop Visits Patients At Lurie Children's HospitalCardinal Blase Cupich greeted little patients as he made his way around the cardiac floor at Lurie Children's Hospital on Christmas Day.
Ex-Patient Helps Kids Cope With Hospitalization Around The HolidaysRachel Boudeman was diagnosed with a benign tumor 10 years ago and had surgery over Christmas Eve. WBBM's Lisa Fielding reports.
Son To Continue Dad's Pizza 4 Patriots LegacyA popular program that sends pizzas to soldiers overseas will continue, despite its founder's sudden death three months ago.