President Barack Obama signed a bill early Thursday ending the 16-day partial government shutdown and raising the nation's debt limit after Congress passed a last-minute bipartisan deal just hours before...
Many people in the Chicago area woke up to hail coating their cars and yards Friday morning.
Metra trains entering and leaving Union Station were halted during the Friday morning rush due to Amtrak “computer signaling problems” on the north and south sides of the station, according to Metra.
Severe storms brought heavy rain, hail, and lightning across the Chicago area Thursday night into the early hours of Friday morning. NBC 5's Lauren Petty reports.
President Donald Trump outlined his vision for the country Friday at the Conservative Political Action Conference Friday, largely sticking to his platform on from the campaign trail. "Our victory was a win for conservative values," Trump said, pledging to support members of law enforcement, repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act and build a wall "soon, way ahead of schedule." Trump is the first president to address the group during his first year in office since Ronald Reagan in 1981, according to the chairman of the American Conservative Union, which hosts the conference, who called that a "huge sign of respect."
The Blackhawks and their marquee players are starting to get in a groove.
Chicago Cubs single-game tickets go on sale Friday morning.