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."
Report: MLB to investigate Yasiel Puig after reported physical altercation with sister
MLB will investigate Yasiel Puig after a fight with his sister reportedly turned physical, according to the Los Angeles Times. TMZ reported Puig shoved his sister.
Shockers' Anton Grady alert, has feeling in extremities
Shockers senior Anton Grady has feeling in his extremities after an on-court collision with an Alabama player sent the forward to the hospital in Orlando, Florida.
Report: Jahlil Okafor had gun pointed at him in Oct. altercation with heckler
A heckler pointed a gun at Jahlil Okafor's head following a verbal exchange in October at a Philadelphia club, according to a report by The Philadelphia Inquirer.
Sources: No decision made, but Les Miles likely to be let go soon
LSU leadership is "heavily in favor" of a change but has not formally told Les Miles he will not return. Miles denied that he told boosters on Friday that Saturday would be his final game.
Bail denied for man charged with murder of Tyshawn Lee, 9
The man charged Friday in the murder of 9-year-old Tyshawn Lee is accused of luring the boy from a nearby park and into an alley to be gunned down because of his father's alleged gang ties.
Group protests for higher wages at Walmart
A Black Friday protest was staged in front of the Walmart on the city's North Side, calling for large retailers to pay $15-an-hour minimum wage.
Laquan McDonald protesters march on Michigan Avenue on Black Friday
Protesters marched on Chicago's Magnificent Mile on Black Friday, three days after the release of video showing the 2014 shooting death of Laquan McDonald, 17.
Star Wars toys stuck on Oklahoma interstate highway
A shipment of Star Wars toys ended up spread out along an Oklahoma interstate on Thursday.
Terror Suspect's Family Insists He Didn't Help Paris Attackers
Family of Mohamed Abrini insisted he was innocent.