3 Chicago Area Athletes Make U.S. Olympic Ski Jump TeamThree men from the Chicago area will be the first Illinois residents to compete in ski jumping at the Olympics.
Made In Chicago: CHIditarodEach year, when mushers gather for Alaska's Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race, another group gathers in Chicago for the "CHIditarod."
Women's March Crowd Estimated At 300,000The event, which kicked off at 11 a.m. today, features music, marching and speeches.
Field Museum To Study Meteorite From Michigan After Tuesday's FireballPhilip Heck, the Field Museum’s Pritzker Associate Curator for Meteorites and Polar studies, said he's really excited to get his hands on the rock.
Lawmaker, Advocates Launch Voter Registration Drive For Ex-OffendersState Rep. La Shawn Ford (D-Chicago) said there are more than 4 million people in Illinois with some form of criminal background.
Fireball Lights Up Night Sky As Meteor Spotted Across The MidwestThe meteor flashed across the sky around 7 p.m. Chicago time.
Durbin Calls Trump's 'S***hole Countries' Remark On Immigrants 'Heart-Breaking'Senator Dick Durbin called the president's "sh*thole countries" remarks "hate-filled, vile, and racist."
"We're Shocked:" Sam's Club Abruptly Closes Multiple Stores In Illinois, NationwideAt least five Sam’s Club stores in the Chicago area and more in Indiana and other states are abruptly closing.
City Has Replaced 18,000 Street Lamps With Smart LED LightsThe new lights not only will save the city millions on energy costs, but will change the way the streets look at night.
15 Men Cleared In Mass Exoneration Seek Certificates Of InnocenceFifteen men who were cleared of drug convictions tied to a corrupt former Chicago police officer, in what was believed to be the first mass exoneration in Cook County history, have now sought certificates of innocence.
As Bans On Microbeads Grow, Environmentalists Urge Less Use Of PlasticsElected officials and activists are celebrating new regulations going into effect to protect the Great Lakes, and they’re vowing to do more as the White House and Congress look to erode such protections.
'Took Away Their Livelihood:' Activists Speak Out After Crews Trash Homeless' BelongingsAdvocates for the homeless said the city gave the homeless living under the Kennedy Expressway a death sentence on Wednesday when crews threw out their belongings.
Man And Woman Shot And Killed In Lake Forest Domestic DisputeAround 6:20 a.m., Lake Forest police officers responded to a report of shots fired in the 600 block of North Western Avenue.
Sen. Durbin Criticizes Trump's Response To Hurricane MariaDurbin says the Trump Administration deserves the criticism it's getting over its handling of the disaster.
Cops Put Heat On Daredevil Ice FishermenWBBM's Mike Krauser reports.