The top headlines you need to know as you start your day on Dec. 11, 2018.
A group of people stole clothing from an Akira store and pepper sprayed two employees who tried to stop them Monday night in the Bucktown neighborhood on the North Side, according to Chicago police.
Two people were seriously hurt in a fire on Chicago's South Side early Tuesday, authorities said.
Rep. Dan Lipinski gave riders on the BNSF-Burlington Northern Santa Fe line a chance to sound off to those at the top of Metra and BNSF railways, which own the rail line and operates the trains.
Kids in a Lemont neighborhood are gazing at Santa once again after vandals deflated a beloved holiday display over the weekend.
The first day for city candidates to respond to petition challenges arrived Monday and there's one race for alderman that's getting a lot of attention.
Ald. Ed Burke is trying to conduct business as usual, despite an ongoing investigation.
A Chicago mom had been searching for the nurse she believes saved her young son’s life. All she knew was her first name and so after posting about her quest on social media, she finally had the...
As part of a national campaign, it provides students with bullying solutions, using the "TEAM" strategy: Talk, empathize, ask, and mobilize. NBC 5's LeeAnn Trotter has the details.
As the crowded race for Chicago mayor heats up – and with 21 candidates who hope to be on the ballot – those campaigns are hiring field staff for the work ahead. A political consultant firm working with Toni...
Upload your photos & videos »