Spirit of Giving: Help Fight Hunger in Your Community Today
ABC 7's Spirit of Giving Food Drive campaign reminds Chicagoans in the city and suburbs that they have a terrific opportunity to help adults and children experiencing hunger in their communities. This year's message is "Help Fight Hunger in YOUR community."
'The Greeks' exhibit opens at Field Museum
Greece is often called the cradle of civilization. Now, a new exhibit at the Field Museum is giving us a close look at ancient Greece from its philosophies, its treasures and its people.
Laquan McDonald protesters aim to shut down Michigan Avenue shopping district on Black Friday
Activists criticizing the handling of the Laquan McDonald shooting are planning to shut down Chicago's popular Michigan Avenue shopping district on Black Friday.
Naval recruits thankful for warm meal, phone call home on Thanksgiving
There was a warm greeting for a group of naval recruits from the Great Lakes Naval Training Center as they were welcomed home for the holiday as a part of the Adopt-A-Sailor program sponsored by Villa Park VFW Post 2801.
Gov. Rauner pardons man wrongfully convicted for knife attack
In 1997, Robert Wilson confessed to using a box cutter to attack a woman at a South Side Chicago bus stop. At his trial, Wilson said police coerced that confession.
Swift and Sons is a chef-driven steakhouse
Swift and Sons is part of a new generation of steakhouses cropping up in the city where they take a more thoughtful, chef-driven approach to what a steakhouse can be.
76ers rookie Jahlil Okafor involved in Boston street fight
Philadelphia 76ers rookie Jahlil Okafor was involved in a street fight in Boston on Wednesday night, a source confirmed to ESPN's Jeff Goodman.
White House Lawn Locked Down After Fence Jumper
While First Family Dines on Thanksgiving Dinner, Jumper Clears Fence
Thanksgiving feasts served across Chicago, suburbs
Many are giving thanks at holiday feasts served across Chicago and the suburbs on Thursday.
Trump Wants Apology From New York Times
Donald Trump denied mocking New York Times reporter Serge Kovaleski.
Extra security, rain doesn't dampen Chicago's Thanksgiving Day Parade
Extra security and rain didn't put a damper on the McDonald's Thanksgiving Day Parade in Chicago. The parade got started at 8 a.m. Thursday on State Street in the Loop.
Brett Favre given key to city; Bart Starr expected to attend ceremony
The "once-in-a-lifetime" celebration for former Green Bay Packers QB Brett Favre began early Sunday with No. 4 being given a key to the city.