Legal Professionals Cover The Cost Of Declining Toy Drive DonationsSome members of Chicago's legal community have come to the aid of hundreds of kids for Christmas.
2 Killed, 1 Critically Wounded In Chicago Lawn ShootingA man and woman were killed and another man was critically wounded in a shooting Saturday night on the Southwest Side.
Organizers Gearing Up For Women's March Next MonthOne planner points to Roy Moore's election loss in Alabama and the “Me Too” campaignas examples of women's rights prevailing. WBBM's Nancy Harty reports.
Take Heart: Days Will Get Longer SoonBut first, we have to get through the longest night of the year, on Thursday. WBBM's Nancy Harty reports.
Deadline Nears To Sign Up For Affordable Care Act Coverage In 2018The Open Enrollment period for coverage under the Affordable Care Act was six weeks shorter this year than in 2016.
CPD Body Camera Expansion Completed Ahead Of ScheduleMayor Emanuel and Police Supt. Johnson announced that every Chicago Police patrol officer in the city is now equipped with a body camera.
Record Turnout For This Year's Toys For Tots ParadeThe holiday spirit was in full force Sunday morning for Chicagoland's 40th annual Toys for Tots motorcycle parade!
Wreaths Across America Extends Donation Deadline Due To ShortageA group that decorates veteran's graves with holiday wreaths has extended the deadline for donations until midnight Friday.
Teacher Who Stopped Student Shooter Speaks About Experience For The First TimeThe Mattoon High School teacher who stopped a student gunman a few months ago was honored Thursday at the school for her heroic efforts.
Madigan Subpoenas Massage Envy After Sexual Misconduct ComplaintsIllinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan issued subpoenas to find out more about the sexual misconduct complainants against Massage Envy spas.
Garrison Keillor Says He Was Fired Over Alleged Improper BehaviorGarrison Keillor, the former host of "A Prairie Home Companion," said Wednesday he has been fired by Minnesota Public Radio over allegations of improper behavior.
Hotel Workers Union Celebrates Anti-Harassment OrdinanceThe ordinance requires all hotels in Chicago equip employees with panic buttons if they work alone in guest rooms or bathrooms, starting July 1.
New Support Group Helps Parents Cope With Modern Challenges Facing TeensStarting this week, health experts are offering support to parents in the western suburbs dealing with cyberbullying, depression, and other challenges facing teenagers.
Saturday Recycling Event In St. Charles Last Of The YearKane County held its last big recycling event of the year Saturday, collecting old books, electronics, paint and paper.
Police Find Stolen Car With 2 Infants Safely InsideTwo infants were found unharmed after they were left inside a running vehicle that was stolen early Sunday from a Burnside gas station.