Greg Poljacki, the Stuntman Scientist, is in studio to show us how to turn regular household items to spooky Halloween gore effects!
Windy City LIVE and The 4th Trimester Bodies Project selected mother of two Sharita Rush for a special photo shoot with her daughters and we revealed the final image to Sharita.
Marc Malnati of Chicago's famous Lou Malnati's Pizzeria visits "Windy City LIVE" to talk about his new restaurant endeavor, Buzz Bait Taqueria.
Ever wonder where Val & Ji find their wardrobe for "Windy City LIVE?"
Acting and comedy, Sinbad does it all. Windy City Live welcomes him back in host chat. The funny man will talk about his comedy, current tour and what's making news.
This unique, all-inclusive festival will feature unlimited bacon dishes from over 30 local restaurants, beer samples from over 60 local and national breweries, music, interactive games and more.
Big stars you haven't seen on the big screen in a while top this week's new movie releases. Richard Roeper lets you know which movies you should "spend" or "save" on.
Michael Rooker, of Guardians of the Galaxy and the Walking Dead, do the 2-Minute Warning
Boston Fish Market in Des Plaines processes over 200,000 lbs. of fresh salmon every week. Fresh seafood from around the world is also brought in daily. Besides selling seafood, this place also serves up delicious affordable items to rival any New England eats.
In honor of Diamond Edition of Aladdin release, WCL has the original singing voice of Aladdin, Brad Kane stop by to perform the hit classic "A Whole New World."
Siegel's Cottonwood Farm celebrates the 25th anniversary of Pumpkin Fest.
Pillow Talk Court Show is now in session! This entire hour is dedicated to our viewers who write in with their Pillow Talk Questions.
Executive Director of Chicago Ideas Week, Jessica Malkin, stopped by to talk about the top must-see events at Chicago Ideas Week.
Lynn Sage Cancer Research Foundation is celebrating its 30th Anniversary this year and has grown into one of the nation's leading breast cancer research and education charities.
Chicago Canine Rescue Foundation was founded in 2001 to help find permanent, loving homes for homeless dogs in our city. CCRF has saved the lives of over 3,000 dogs, cats, kittens and puppies.