Dad Calls 911 After Shooting Twin Daughters, WifeRandall Coffland called 911 Friday evening to say he had just shot and killed his twin 16-year-old daughters, and also shot his wife.
2017 Predicts Spike In Sustainable Tourism & You Don't Have To Travel FarThe United Nations has declared 2017 the year of Sustainable Tourism.
New Swim Program Teaches Kids Skills To Follow When In DistressThe YMCA of Metro Chicago is introducing a new swim program designed to help kids self-rescue.
Harvard Study Could Help With Prostate Cancer PrognosisAfter a man completes treatment for prostate cancer, what are the odds that cancer comes back? A new Harvard Medical School study might have the answer.
Attorney: 'World Is Watching' After Unarmed Man Fatally Shot By Off-Duty CopThe attorney for a 38-year-old man fatally shot by a Chicago police officer last week said he hopes the family’s wrongful death lawsuit against the city sparks fundamental change at the department.
Cupich Spends Christmas Eve At Lurie Children's HospitalThe cardinal traveled from room to room, praising the children and their parents for their bravery. He also thanked doctors, nurses, and staff for their hard work during the holidays.
Think A Puppy Is The Perfect Christmas Gift? Think AgainA puppy might sound like the perfect Christmas gift for your kids, but one expert said many parents don’t think of all the extra responsibility that comes with it.
Party Bus Shooting A Sign Of The Troubled Times, One Operator SaysOne owner says his drivers will call 9-1-1, or kick unruly passengers off the bus. WBBM's Rob Hart reports.
Winter Weather Elicits Playtime For Brookfield Zoo's Furry CreaturesThe brutally cold weather is an invitation for most to stay indoors, but for some animals at Chicago's zoos the cold weather means good times.
Thousands Of Homeless Kids Receive Christmas PresentsDreams for Kids held Saturday its 28th annual Christmas party at the Chicago Armory at Broadway and Thorndale in the Edgewater neighborhood.
Activists Plan Black Friday Boycott For Community Control Of Chicago PoliceChicago activists called for a boycott on Black Friday, Nov. 25 on the Magnificent Mile.
Thanksgiving, Pets May Be A Bad MixA hot stove with all four burners going is not the place for a dog or cat, warns one Chicago veterinarian. WBBM's Rob Hart reports.
Opponents Swarm County Hearing On Sugary Drink TaxThe tax would add 72 cents to a six-pack of soda and 68 cents to a 2-liter bottle.
Barber Who Shaved Famous Arrieta Haircut Offers Free Cubs Logo Cuts For Game 3New Style Barbershop's Miguel Rosas will be offering free Cubs logo cuts at the ACME Hotel Downtown from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday.
God Probably Not Intervening In Cubs Game, But Pastor Has A Work-AroundA North Side priest has some thoughts about divine intervention and baseball, WBBM's Rob Hart reports.