Justice Fire House Holds Fundraiser For Critically Injured FirefighterFamily, friends, and fellow firefighters are banding together to help a southwest suburban firefighter who was critically injured while fighting a fire last month.
A Look Back On The Brown's Chicken Massacre - 25 Years AgoMonday marks the 20th anniversary of the most notorious massacres: the Brown’s Chicken Massacre.
'Respond Now' Toy Drive Accepting Donations For South Suburban FamiliesA toy drive is underway in the south suburbs that will give the gift of Christmas to some needy families.
State Rep. Jeanne Ives To Challenge Rauner In Republican PrimaryGov. Bruce Rauner officially has a challenger in next year's Republican primary.
Fired Sheriff's Officer Returns To Work After Judge Orders Her ReinstatedCook County Judge Diane Larson ordered Dixie Rios be reinstated as an officer on Friday, ruling she was illegally fired by the sheriff’s merit board.
It's Not Too Late To Guarantee A Spot In The 2018 Chicago MarathonTime is running out if you want to get a guaranteed slot in next year's Chicago Marathon.
30 Years Ago: Max Headroom Hijacked Chicago TVA "video pirate" broke in on two Chicago TV stations with an unsettling broadcast on Nov. 22, 1987. WBBM's Rob Hart reports.
Former Cook County Board President Todd Stroger To Run Again In 2018“We’re not looking at the same race that was happening in 2010,” Stroger said. “This isn’t 2010. This is 2017. So this is a different age.”
Emanuel Takes Legal Action Against U.S. Steel For Clean Water Act ViolationsMayor Rahm Emanuel is getting ready to take U.S. Steel to court for violations of federal law following recent chemical spill.
State Sen. Ira Silverstein Accused Of Sexual HarassmentDenise Rotheimer said she felt like she “had no control in the situation” because of the senator’s power to move or block her legislation.
Keeping Your Pets Safe This HalloweenHalloween is a busy day for veterinarians, as candy is the most common hazard for pets.