Each summer, a woman in a motorized glider drops surprises on unsuspecting kids, but nobody knows who she is.
FOX 32's Jake Hamilton talks with movie star Mark Wahlberg about how he adapted to his new role in the upcoming film "Joe Bell."
Anthony Michael Hall, the star from "The Breakfast Club" and "Sixteen Candles" will host a screening of The Breakfast Club Monday night at the Tivoli Theater in Downers Grove.
Dog whisperer Cesar Milan, talks about his National Geographic series, "Better Human Better Dog," where he will be transforming dogs and families one case at a time.
Kelauni Jasmyn from Black Tech Nation talks about what they're doing to inspire, uplift and amplify Black entrepreneuers.
What you may not know is that the keto diet was not originally intended to trim your waist.
"Old" premiers Friday in theater, and Jake talks with director M. Night Shyamalan about twists ending.
FOX 32's Jake Hamilton talks with "Old" director M. Night Shyamalan about twist endings.
"Ted Lasso" premieres Friday on Apple TV, and the stars speak with Jake Hamilton about the anticipated new season and word-of-mouth success.
With more pools popping up due to the pandemic, water safety experts worry that drowning statistics will also rise.
Investigators are still trying to determine if Jake Cefolia, 49, voluntarily "went off the grid" or if there was foul play involved in his disappearance.
The nominations for the 73rd Emmy Awards dropped Tuesday, and proved one thing: streaming services are king.
The role of robots in medicine is growing.
Jake Hamilton spoke with Angela Bassett and the stars of 'Gunpowder Milkshake,' which cast all-female assassins in the new action flick.
Since starting in 2006, the FBI’s CARD Team has responded to 201 abductions or missing children reports.
Homewood Police Chief Denise McGrath talks about how increased diversity in police departments can impact the communities they serve.
Father's Day puts the focus not only on dads, but also on the importance of family and family values. Several Cook County pastors and community leaders say this is key to decreasing violence on Chicago streets.
Quentin Tarantino joined FOX 32 Entertainment Reporter Jake Hamilton and his podcast ReelBlend co-hosts for a live two-hour long conversation to look back on his career and discuss the release of his first novel.
Quentin Tarantino has famously admitted that his next film, the 10th of his career, would be the last time he ever directs a film.
Leo High School Principal Shaka Rawls talks about the clothesline project and the importance of giving a gateway of expression to teens dealing with complex issues