From the top of the Sears Tower to the top of Alaskan mountains, Tom Skilling looks back on some of the highs from his 40-year career.
We take you on a visit to the west suburban forest under the watchful eye of six suspicious – and sizable – trolls.
A recently passed revision to Illinois’ Humane Care for Animals Act clarifies the right of police to take custody of dogs or cats suffering from extreme heat, cold or other life-threatening conditions.
If the mother of Laquan McDonald wants to attend the murder trial of the police officer who shot and killed her son, a judge said Tuesday, she will need to respond to a defense subpoena and show up to court this week.
We speak with two Chicagoans who survived the crash of Aeromexico Flight 2431 in Durango. “Life has taken on kind of a different color – I hope it lasts awhile,” said the Rev. Esequiel Sanchez.
Willow Creek Community Church, based in South Barrington, is undergoing a seismic shift. Chicago Tribune religion reporter Manya Brachear Pashman joins us with the latest.
This summer, a local sailing camp has tried to break down economic barriers with a scholarship program for a majority of its campers.
There is a strong sense of distrust between Chicago police and some of the communities they serve. How does the city repair this relationship?
The Motion Picture Academy announces a new award category for the Oscars. Why some critics say that’s cause for concern.
Two women allegedly stole tens of thousands of narcotic pills from a Wicker Park pharmacy over a two-year period and sold them off for profit.
Coming up: Chicago Air and Water Show, Little Italy Festa Taylor Street, Glenwood Avenue Arts Fest, Ukrainian Days Festival, Windy City West Indian Carnival, Sangria Festival, Pilsen Fest, Vintage Days and more.
The Chicago-based artist has an uncanny ability to capture the texture of surfaces in a way that is as precise as a photograph, yet at the same time, magically abstract.
Norfolk Southern Railway is backing up from a controversial practice following backlash sparked by viral videos.
“So many people experiencing homelessness won’t come to us,” said Chris Robinson, Heartland Alliance Health outreach manager. “We have to come to them.”
Once again, police are in the crosshairs due to social media posts that have gone viral. This time, videos show police using a so-called bait truck in Englewood.
We visit a local nonprofit that offers free scuba training to adults and children with special needs.