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Tomorrow is National Popcorn Day! There are plenty of ways to enjoy this low-calorie snack.
With the American Academy of Pediatrics, I’m Dr Don Shifrin. The current trend in many schools is to eliminate recess in favor of more class time.
A look at the positive news surrounding US/China trade negotiations, tips for entrepreneurs from the owner of Nick's Pizza & Pub and what's behind the sell-off in shares of Tesla.
Airlines serving Chicago are getting ready for the snow -- as a storm front makes its way toward Chicago. Suburban prosecutors charge an Aurora woman -- for a case of abuse caught on camera at a hospital emergency room.
With colder weather and less sunlight, isn’t the most motivating time to work out. However, there are still ways to get your exercise in.
A look at the future of O'hare airport, the latest on Walgreens as it partners with a leading tech company to help monitor customers' health and how Robots are learning by observing humans.
Hoffman Estates -- where city leaders are hoping a new rescue plan for Sears also helps them. Chicago's top watchdog calls out the police department -- after a supervisor made two officers pick up *and baby-sit his child.
Latest on the partial government shutdown's impact on the economy, a look at the last minute life line tossed to Sears and Apple's push to bring its watches to at-risk seniors.
If you're downsizing to a smaller home, planning for the trasition can be challenging. Here are tips to prepare.
During National Glaucoma Awareness Month, let’s discuss the best foods for eye health.
Sore throats due to viruses can occur any time of the year… especially among toddlers and preschoolers whose immune systems are still developing.
Governor Pritzker signs his first orders at the Statehouse -- as lawmakers look ahead to a different era. And ... we could be close to a flu shot that *always works.
Latest on Netflix's move to raise subscription prices, how to navigate air travel during the partial government shutdown and a look at Gillette as it draws fire for a commercial that challenges so-called toxic masculinity.
Hydration is just as important in winter as the summer. Let’s talk about the importance of staying hydrated during the colder months.
The suspect in a kidnapping and double murder in Wisconsin makes his first appearance before a judge. There's a new ethics proposal for Chicago ... from a candidate for mayor. And Chicago's R. Kelly is facing a new accusation of wrongdoing.
Oatmeal, and other hot cereals, can be a tasty, nutritious start to your day!
A preview of the week ahead on Wall Street, a look at JB Pritzker's first priorities as Governor and a visit with our Monday afternoon stock picker.
If it's on film and has been made in Chicago, there's a good chance that it is in the Chicago film archives' collection of regional films. WBBM's Bob Roberts explains...
Prevent burns around fireplaces. Check the labels for information on total calories, fat, cholesterol, sugar, sodium and calcium.
Lawyer Jerry Joyce talks with Craig Dellimore about why he entered the crowded race for Mayor, and talks about what he would and would NOT do when it comes to violent crime, taxes, pension reform, education, and public safety training.
Go Green with indoor plants, they enhance your surroundings, filter air and absorb noise pollution.
Go Green with indoor plants, they enhance your surroundings, filter air and absorb noise pollution.
The federal charge against Alderman Ed Burke is scrambling the Mayor's race as candidates distance themselves from him.
We're now learning that the suspect now charged with kidnapping 13-year-old Jayme ((JAY'-mee)) Closs and killing her parents back in October had no known contact with her or her family. Closs managed to slip away from her captor yesterday -- and was found by a woman walking her dog. Less than 30 minutes ago, local sheriff Chris Fitzgerald said ...…
A look at several government agencies that continue to flout the law on open records.
Milk is essential for growing bodies, offering a good source of protein, Vitamin D, potassium and calcium.
Latest on the potential impact of the partial government shutdown, a look at technology featured this week at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas and what's behind General Motors banner quarterly earnings.
There's a new call for a Chicago alderman to retire early -- following his arrest on domestic violence charges. President Trump's former political "fixer" has a date next month on Capitol Hill -- but it's not a social call.
When using a slow cooker, always keep food safety in mind.
A look at the holiday performance of several key retailers, the latest television technology featured this week at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas and how alcohol makers are reacting to the growing legalization of marijuana.
What's stopping you from crossing a new home off your holiday wish list.
What's stopping you from crossing a new home off your wishlist?
Wildlife experts are nursing a hawk ... found in an unusual spot at a suburban water treatment plant.
Hip dysplasia is a condition in which the top of a baby’s thighbone has not developed correctly fitting into his hip joint.
When parents focus on losing weight, they need to be careful about how they model and talk about food choices to their children.
This year, teach your kids the importance of food, nutrition and healthy eating skills.
Latest on the technology featured at CES in Las Vegas, advice on how to improve your credit score and a former auto dealer joins us with tips on how to get a great deal when buying a car.
A look at some of the new laws on the books here in Illinois.
Cook County prosecutors are answering questions about R-Kelly after an explosive documentary re-ignites sexual abuse allegations. A Chicago alderman's objection means a sweeping North side re-development project just got a bit *less sweeping.
Trying to lose weight in 2019? The key to maintaining a healthy weight for the long haul is all about balance.
Apricots are a tasty, healthful snack. Let’s learn more about the nutritional content and ways to enjoy them.
Infant seats help babies sit upright and allow them to view the world from a better perspective.
Government physicians have recommended daily activity guidelines that cover everyone from children to seniors.
Latest on the partial government shutdown's impact on tax refunds, a look at artificial intelligence technology featured at this year's CES in Las Vegas and how a court is giving Sears a new life, at least for now.
A look at the week ahead on Wall Street, how a Bears' missed winning field goal could impact parts of Chicago's economy and a look at the home of the future.
You've likely seen them at O'Hare Airport, at the Merchandise Mart, the hospital or even on Chicago's many college campuses, but Farmer's Fridge has humble beginnings. The company is the brainchild of Luke Saunders, 32, who was sick of traveling and eating Cheetos, M & M's and Cinnabons. WBBM's Lisa Fielding explains...…
State Comptroller Discusses the Campaign, the Issues, and Corruption Mayoral hopeful Susana Mendoza talks with Craig Dellimore about her plans for education, pension debt, and public safety. She also talks about the federal charges against Alderman Ed Burke and his political future.
If you're up to the challenge you can keep poinsettias as houseplants through the winter, turning them into a garden plant next summer.
Latest on the take down of powerful alderman Ed Burke, after he allegedly tried to shake down owners of a Chicago business.
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