Thieves struck again at luxury car dealership, this time getting away with four BMWs from a Goose Island warehouse. NBC 5's Michelle Relerford reports.
Special Olympics Illinois will eliminate three sports from its competitions, according to a letter from the organization’s CEO sent earlier this month. Christian Farr reports.
Religious leaders came together Wednesday to denounce a suspected hate crime at a Chicago synagogue, the same day an arrest was made in the case. Ash-har Quraishi reports.
Two people were in custody Wednesday after an “alleged stolen vehicle incident” sent multiple schools on soft lockdown in Elmwood Park, village officials confirmed. Lauren Jiggetts reports.
After months of speculation, Chicago Democrat Chris Kennedy officially announced his candidacy in the 2018 governor’s race Wednesday. NBC 5's Mary Ann Ahern sat down with him for the first on-camera interview since his announcement.
A man was stabbed and beaten during a violent robbery at a CTA station in the Loop Monday night. Charlie Wojciechowski reports.
Adamle recites a poem he wrote when he was playing for the Chicago Bears, as proof that his longterm memory is still in tact.
Adamle talks about whether or not he would play football if he could do it all over again.
Adamle has skydived, rapelled, extreme high-dived and more during his lifetime, and while he may not be able to do those things now, he says staying active keeps his brain going.
Adamle talks about the ways he's working to counteract what is happening to his brain.