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A look at why Starbucks is changing its rewards program, the latest on marijuana producer Tilray's banner quarterly earnings and how some cord cutters are feeling subscription fatigue.
 
Let's talk about helpful ways to prepare chicken.
 
A look at the economic week ahead, latest on Illinois' budding marijuana business and a visit with our Monday afternoon stock picker.
 
Ford Motor company says it is putting something special on its new Explorer SUVs made on Chicago's south side. WBBM's Jennifer Keiper explains...
 
Learn some tips on how you can make food safety a part of your everyday routine.
 
Craig Dellimore talks with community leaders Amisha Patel, Exec. Director of the Grassroots Collaborative, Huu Nguyen, a Board Member for Raise Your Hand Action, and Debbie Southorn, of the "No Cop Academy" group, about what keeps neighborhood-based movements going, and where they go from here.
 
March is the time to prune many shrubs to improve their growth and habit.
 
Latest on Chicago's plans for a controversial police training center.
 
The Better Government Association fact checks several political claims.
 
Authorities in New Zealand reveal new information about the suspects in today's deadly mosque shootings. C-B-S News begins our coverage next. Federal prosecutors say a debt collector went too far in a bid to do business with Cook County -- and now, he's in trouble. And wildlife experts are ready to set wildfires on purpose.…
 
Latest on the recent surge in job openings, how social media companies are struggling to halt the spread of horrific footage from today's shooting in New Zealand and how augmented reality is set to change the world.
 
St. Patrick’s Day is two days away! If you’re hosting a party, serve a fun, nutritious spread to celebrate this holiday.
 
If you're hosting a party, learn how you can serve a fun and nutritious spread.
 
We could learn today whether cameras will be allowed in the courtroom for R-Kelly's sex abuse trial. Questions are being raised about the city's new partnership with Lyft and your next co-worker could be a robot.
 
President trump says he'll veto the Senate's resolution against his emergency declaration for a border wall. We're getting word of storm damage around the Chicago area -- including a power outage at Chicago police headquarters. And community leaders say they're concerned about the outcome of Chicago's next official head-count.…
 
A look at a massive plan that could change Chicago's skyline in a big way, the latest privacy concerns surrounding social media giant Facebook and what's behind the rise in crude oil prices.
 
On registered dietitian nutritionist day, celebrate all that RDNs do to help us eat better and enjoy healthy lives.
 
Police officers from across the Midwest gather to say goodbye to a sheriff's deputy -- struck down in the line of duty. Chicago aldermen get an earful -- as they approve controversial plans for a new police and fire training academy.
 
It’s International School Meals Day! Let’s learn about today’s school lunch program.
 
The word pneumonia means "infection of the lung." With proper medical care, most children can quickly recover from pneumonia.
 
Latest fallout from the cheating scheme that helped wealthy students gain admission to top colleges, tips on how to get into college without resorting to criminal activity and a Contrarian view of financial markets.
 
The word pneumonia means "infection of the lung." With proper medical care, most children can quickly recover from pneumonia.
 
Hundreds turn out to say goodbye to a McHenry County Sheriff's deputy killed in the line of duty. Claire's is recalling some of its make-up products.
 
Did you know about one-third of edible food in the U.S. goes uneaten? During National Nutrition Month, take steps to reduce your family’s plate waste at home, in school and when dining out.
 
Chicago's "Boeing" is in focus -- as pressure grows to ground its planes following a deadly crash in Ethiopia. Mourners gather to remember a suburban sheriff's deputy -- killed in the line of duty. Two top T-V actresses have roles in a new real-life legal drama ... accused in a college bribery scheme. And the two remaining candidates for Chicag ...…
 
The Consumer Product Safety Commission has previously issued warnings about front-carry baby slings and the risk of suffocation.
 
How the shift in auto preferences has led to some models of cars sitting on dealer lots, the latest on Boeing's 737-Max 8 in the wake of another fatal crash over the weekend and we'll examine the latest announcement between two big players in the media streaming space.
 
The Consumer Product Safety Commission has previously issued warnings about front-carry baby slings and the risk of suffocation.
 
Learn how to take steps to reduce your family's plate waste at home, in school and when dining out.
 
Home ownership pays off and home improvement do to.
 
It’s the start of National Brain Awareness Week! Let’s discuss how good nutrition can be beneficial for your brain’s health.
 
Hand sanitizers are sold as a popular way to keep germs under control. But do they work?
 
A look at the week ahead on wall street, latest on Chicago's burgeoning Fulton Market District and a visit with our Monday afternoon stock picker.
 
A suburban couple with a passion for re-purposing vintage material and objects has created a crafty home accessory company. Meet Scott and Kristin Fischer of suburban Glen Ellyn and their company Muirwood Reclamations. WBBM's Julie Mann has more...
 
Hand sanitizers are sold as a popular way to keep germs under control. But do they work?
 
Let's discuss how good nutrition can be beneficial for your brains health.
 
Illinois is poised to be the next state to possibly legalize marijuana for recreational use. At the same time, it's one of the first states to offer medical pot instead of opioids to treat pain. This week on At Issue, WBBM's Lisa Fielding talks about Illinois' growing marijuana business with John Sullivan and Jason Erkes, both representatives o ...…
 
A look at Chicago Mayoral candidates Lori Lightfoot and Toni Preckwinkle as they spar in their first TV debate.
 
How pruning plants properly can enhance their health, appearance and lifespan.
 
First people to file a lawsuit connected to last month's deadly shooting at an Aurora business. A Cook County grand jury has reportedly indicted "Empire" star Jussie Smollett -- over a reported attack in Streeterville.
 
A look at Sterling Bay as it seeks support for its proposed Lincoln Yards project.
 
Latest on today's government jobs report, a look at Governor Pritzker's tax plan and a discussion with one of the founders of Illinois' largest cannabis producer.
 
Many children that are part of military life will experience the deployment of a parent. Parents can help their children adjust to deployment by openly talking about it with their child.
 
Let's celebrate by discussing nutrition tips for women.
 
R. Kelly's now spent more than a day behind bars -- as his team tries to collect the back child support needed to free him. And a judge prepares to hand down a sentence to President Trump's former campaign manager.
 
A look at America's love for high end liquor, latest on Facebook's commitment to privacy and Starbucks foray into bitcoin.
 
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