]Mayor Rahm Emanuel defended Monday his use of $55 million in TIF funds to renovate Navy Pier after mounting criticism over the decision. Mary Ann Ahern reports.
Seven people were injured in a car crash on North Lake Shore Drive Monday causing north and southbound lanes to close, fire officials said.
The Wiener's Circle is taking back Chicago hot dogs after a Heinz prank left many covered in a forbidden red sauce last week. Charlie Wojciechowski reports.
Governor Bruce Rauner called lawmakers back to Springfield for a special session Monday after lawmakers missed his deadline to send an education funding bill to his desk. Mary Ann Ahern reports.
If a certain federal program goes away, undocumented law student Karen Villa Gomez may not be able to fulfill her dream of becoming a lawyer in the U.S. Christian Farr reports.
Chicago police announced that officers have removed more than 5,000 guns off the streets so far this year in an effort to combat the city's violence. NBC 5's Charlie Wojciechowski has details.
Floodwaters began to recede along the Fox River Monday, but the clean-up is far from over. NBC 5's Regina Waldroup reports.
As the Cubs heated up, so did third baseman Kris Bryant, who snagged literal fireballs in the 'hot corner.'
Weekend rain brought a new round of fear to flooded communities in the northern suburbs. But there's some relief in sight. Susan Carlson reports.
A string of robberies on the popular 606 bike trail has residents on high alert, and police are warning about the thefts. Lisa Chavarria reports.