Feb 8, 2016

'Slave' T-Shirt on Black Model Stirs Retail Controversy

'Slave' T-Shirt on Black Model Stirs Retail Controversy

A photo of a black clothing model wearing a T-shirt that says "slave" has landed a popular fashion retailer in hot water, TODAY reported. The shirt was quickly removed from ASOS's retail website ASOS...

Feb 8, 2016

Judge Again Denies Texas' Syrian Refugee Block

Judge Again Denies Texas' Syrian Refugee Block

A federal judge Monday again ruled against Texas in its efforts to stop the resettlement of Syrian refugees, saying that while it would be "foolish" to deny there are risks following the Paris attacks,...

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2015 Sets Record for Most Shark Attacks, With 98 Worldwide

2015 Sets Record for Most Shark Attacks, With 98 Worldwide

Experts say 2015 saw a record-setting 98 unprovoked shark attacks worldwide, including 30 in Florida alone. The Florida Museum of Natural History released the numbers Monday. Scientists say the previous record...

Feb 8, 2016

Report: Taser Guns Impact Learning and Memory

Report: Taser Guns Impact Learning and Memory

New research has found that an increasingly popular law enforcement weapon, the Taser stun gun, can create short-term cognitive impairment comparable to dementia, NBC News reported. In a study published...

Feb 8, 2016

Temps to Fall

Temps to Fall

Temperatures are set to fall overnight leading into the cold week ahead. NBC 5's Brant Miller gives his forecast.

Feb 8, 2016

Google Releases Most-Searched Names During Super Bowl

Google Releases Most-Searched Names During Super Bowl

Football's game of the year always brings talk-worthy moments, and Super Bowl 50 did not disappoint. According to Google Trends data released Monday, musical guests held their own with star quarterbacks Peyton...

Feb 8, 2016

South Pasadena Puppy Suffers Animal Cruelty Safe in Shelter

South Pasadena Puppy Suffers Animal Cruelty Safe in Shelter

A man was caught on surveillance camera abusing a dog at a police station. Lolita Lopez has the report for the NBC4 News at Noon on Monday, Feb. 8, 2016.

Feb 8, 2016

Chihuahua Swung From Leash at Police Station, Video Shows

Chihuahua Swung From Leash at Police Station, Video Shows

An 8-pound chihuahua is resting at a Southern California humane society after a man was caught on camera abusing her in the lobby of the South Pasadena Police Department. Surveillance video captured the man and...

Feb 8, 2016

Budweiser Didn't Pay Manning for Shout Out

Budweiser Didn't Pay Manning for Shout Out

No, Anheuser-Busch didn't pay Peyton Manning to say he'd be drinking a lot of Budweiser after winning the Super Bowl. The company's verified Twitter account said late Sunday, "We didn't know the shout out...

Feb 8, 2016

Video of Somali Bombing Suspect With Explosives: Officials

Video of Somali Bombing Suspect With Explosives: Officials

Somali officials have released closed circuit television footage from inside Mogadishu's airport which shows two men handing what looks like a laptop computer to the suspected suicide bomber who nearly downed a...

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Winter Returns: Snow Falls Chicago Area

Winter Returns: Snow Falls Chicago Area

Winter has returned to Chicago, bringing with it the chance for accumulating snow at the start of this week.

Young Woman Killed by Stray Bullet While Returning From Work

Young Woman Killed by Stray Bullet While Returning From Work

A 25-year-old woman who had recently moved to Chicago was killed over the weekend when she was hit by a stray bullet outside her apartment.

128 Jail Workers Called Out Sick on Super Bowl Sunday: Docs

128 Jail Workers Called Out Sick on Super Bowl Sunday: Docs

A total of 128 workers reported ill to Cook County Jail on Super Bowl Sunday – about a third more than a typical day of sick calls, NBC5 Investigates has found.

Hornets Defeat Bulls, 108-91

Hornets Defeat Bulls, 108-91

The Chicago Bulls will be without Jimmy Butler on Saturday night, but they will get an important piece back as Mike Dunleavy will make his season debut against the Minnesota Timberwolves.

Trump, Sanders Dominate Polls as Race Moves to New Hampshire

Trump, Sanders Dominate Polls as Race Moves to New Hampshire

New Hampshire votes Tuesday and billionaire Donald Trump is trying to lose the loser label, while Ted Cruz looks to fashion a win with far fewer Christian evangelicals than in Iowa and Marco Rubio tries to shake...

Gas Prices Continue to Fall in Chicago Area: GasBuddy

Gas Prices Continue to Fall in Chicago Area: GasBuddy

Drivers rejoice! Gas prices have dropped even more.