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An interesting cell phone video sent to WGN-TV last summer, prompted our team to get to the bottom of it. Why was a grown man... [Read More]
An interesting cell phone video sent to WGN-TV last summer, prompted our team to get to the bottom of it. Why was a grown... [Read More]
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Kavanaugh's paper trail says little about his attitudes toward legal issues affecting LGBT people.        ... [Read More]
16 year old Emily Bear from Rockford has a brand new adventure, songwriting and singing pop songs with a top L.A. producer. WGN-TV's Steve Sanders,... [Read More]
Trump's health department wants to let doctors refuse care on religious grounds. [Read More]
On this Pearl Harbor day, a story to remember that was 100 years in the making.  WGN's Steve Sanders introduces us to a local witness... [Read More]
Roberto Reyna, Sr. was celebrating his 24th birthday on December 7, 1941, when the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor. After, he was drafted into the Air Force... [Read More]
A commercial baker can't hide behind the First Amendment to turn away customers whose same-sex union conflicts with his religious beliefs. [Read More]
The miraculous story of two World War II sailors who re-unite via Skype - 2100 miles and 72 years apart. [Read More]
There is so much public art in Chicago it's sometimes hard to see.  But, if you take the time to listen to some of the... [Read More]
An "Honor Flight Chicago" trip in 2009 was a bit of a rebirth for World War II survivor Norm Lasman of Chicago. He never knew... [Read More]
Across Illinois, thousands of developmentally disabled people are leading full, productive lives, thanks to group homes and their caring staffs. Yet, finding and keeping direct... [Read More]
One in six people across Chicagoland doesn't know where their next meal is coming from. And many of them are senior citizens, students, and working... [Read More]
  There's a place in the Chicago area where nearly every day is Valentine's Day. As WGN-TV's Steve Sanders reports, it involves a romantic restaurant,... [Read More]
Who doesn't go looking for a shoe repair shop at some point. And yes, most of them don't make news.  But a shoe shop just... [Read More]
Chicago's Pullman neighborhood on the far south side made history with trains. But, new pioneers are moving in. Urban agriculture has come to Pullman, creating... [Read More]
One year into Illinois' medical marijuana pilot program, the number of patients just topped 12,000 with retail sales of 28-million dollars.  The list of qualifying... [Read More]
How about something completely different from the divisiveness of politics?  We offer a short break now to remind ourselves what's possible, that people CAN come... [Read More]
Half of states and the District of Columbia are now on board with medical marijuana. And nine states have marijuana issues on the November ballot.... [Read More]
Medical marijuana has been legal in Illinois for more than three years. But, the first harvest didn't happen until just about a year ago. More... [Read More]
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