The price of lumber in America has more than doubled over the last year and it's causing many people to be priced out of buying new homes.
FOX 32's Jake Hamilton talks with the Season 2 cast of 'The Circle'.
Justin and Patrice Brim talk about their YouTube channel, Jools TV, and the importance of representation for children viewing media online.
Pastors Odell Cleveland and Alex McFarland talk about their podcast, 'I Hear Ya,' where they have honest and probing conversations about racism and prejudice.
FOX 32's Jake Hamilton talks with star actress Melissa McCarthy on her new Netflix film 'Thunder Force'
FOX 32's Jake Hamilton talks with Jamie Foxx about the inspiration behind a new biographical series about legendary boxer Mike Tyson.
Renauld D. Mitchell from Moody Nolan talks about what they're doing to even the playing field for Black entrepreneurs.
Ashley Kirkwood from 'Speak Your Way To Cash' talks about what her company is doing to help women land high-paying jobs and contracts.
Dr. Lauren Tucker, founder and CEO of Do What Matters, explains the dynamics of employee activism and the importance of workers standing up for their beliefs.
In a FOX 32 special report, we check in with some downtown hotels to see what you can expect the next time you book a room after a year in a pandemic.
FOX 32's Jake Hamilton talks with the cast of 'Godzilla vs. Kong' about who they think would win in a one-on-one fight between the two iconic monsters.
Wealth management advisor Andrea Williams from Northwestern Mutual talks about the importance of addressing the racial wealth gap.
Pamela Bettison from 4NE1GIRL talks about the uplifting mission behind her organization.
"With her being a teenager and all the turbulence that brings, you know, you throw COVID on top of that, and I can’t even imagine having to go through that alone," said one suburban mother.
FOX 32's Jake Hamilton talks with director Zack Snyder about his reaction to having to leave his 'Justice League' project while it was in post-production.
Opioids are one of the leading causes of death in Cook County.
Dr. Velma Scantlebury-White talks about her decision to become a member of the National Kidney Foundation Health Equity Committee and the change she hopes to enact in her new position.
The Ready Generation exposes injustice through fashion. The founder, Destiny Wesley, talks about her company and how what you wear has the power to speak and challenge inequity.
Dion Dawson talks about the inspiration behind launching Dream Deliveries and how he's giving back to the community in a time of such tremendous need.
In a FOX 32 special report, we break down the crime, the high cost and what you can do to stop it from happening to you.