Security for American atheletes in Rio has been increased, NBC 5 reports.
NBC 5's Storm Team has new equipment to help keep you safe when severe weather strikes, Brant Miller reports.
A father who operates a soccer camp in his homeland of Tanzania uses a wooden toy, Puzzle Truck, to fundraise for better fields, NBC 5's Art Norman reports.
President Barack Obama will visit Chicago Tuesday to speak to a group of police chiefs from across the country at an annual conference.
A 68-year-old suburban man was fatally struck by a car while getting his mail Monday night, and police are still searching for the driver responsible.NBC 5's Regina Waldroup reports.
A Naperville contractor who pleaded guilty to setting a fire in a Chicago-area air traffic control facility last year received a 12-and-a-half-year sentence Friday. NBC 5's Phil Rogers reports.
A coach is being recognized for his heroism, as experts encourage everyone to learn this technique. NBC 5'2 Kye Martin reports.
Andy Avalos unveils the new NBC 5 News Today coffee sleeves Wednesday morning at Labriola Bakery Cafe.
The Rich Central High School Marching Band from Olympia Fields will be participating in the Inaugural Band Festival as well as attending the inauguration ceremony.