Supreme Court Nominee Merrick Garland Speaks At Niles West GraduationSupreme Court nominee Merrick Garland returned to his alma mater in Skokie on Sunday, to deliver some words of wisdom to the Class of 2016 at Niles West High School.
Teens Smash Windshields Outside Kenwood Co-Op BuildingNeighbors said at least 30 teenagers seemingly appear out of nowhere near the Harper Square Cooperative at 4800 S. Lake Park Av.
Students Take The Stage At Chicago Symphony CenterA special music program that partners with Chicago Public Schools and other under-served schools is holding its 25th annual concert at the Chicago Symphony Center.
Lake County, Ind. Inmates Getting Registered For Medicaid Inmates at the Lake County Indiana jail are getting registered for health care, something they couldn't do in the past.
Jackson Chance Foundation Hold Annual Brunch Honoring Health Care Providers At Lurie Children's Hospital NICU A Chicago mom is giving back after losing her infant son a few years ago.
Thousands Walk Along Lakefront In Annual March Of Dimes March For BabiesThe annual March of Dimes brought thousands of families and friends to the lakefront Sunday morning.
Bikes N' Roses Reopens Belmont Cragin Location With City Support For Youth Employment OpportunitiesMayor Rahm Emanuel has announced an investment to restore 65 youth employment opportunities on the city's Northwest Side.
NW Suburban High School Considering Changes To Class Ranking System A northwest suburban high school wants to change its class ranking system, reports WBBM’s Mariam Sobh.
Girls High School Soccer Players Donate Clothes, Toiletries To Women's Shelter Several dozen female high school soccer players gathered in Humboldt Park Sunday to donate clothes, toys and toiletries to a women's shelter.
West Side Pastor Delivers First Sermon Since Lung TransplantA West Side minister delivered his first sermon Sunday after a double lung transplant last month.
Black Aldermen Want To Interview Finalists For Next Police SuperintendentA group of black aldermen on Thursday threatened to withhold their votes on Chicago’s next police superintendent if Mayor Rahm Emanuel does not allow the City Council to question all three finalists for the job.
Illinois Supreme Court Rules Chicago Pension Bailout UnconstitutionalThe Illinois Supreme Court has struck down the Emanuel administration’s attempt to bail out the severely underfunded pension systems for city workers and laborers.
U Of I Students Studying Abroad In Belgium Reported SafeThe University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign says they've accounted for all 57 faculty and students participating in sponsored programs in Belgium.
Mild Winter Leading To Lower Heating Bills, According To CUBNatural gas customers could see a drop in their heating bills compared to last winter.
Woman Arrested Smoking Pot In Police Station Parking LotIt might have been the easiest drug arrest ever; a Chicago woman was caught smoking pot right outside a west suburban police station on Monday.