Natalie Bomke, FOX 32 News

Natalie Bomke

FOX 32 News

Chicago, IL, United States

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Past articles by Natalie:

Cook County sheriff offers free transportation for individuals attending drug court

Without a way to get the help they need, it often means falling back into a life of crime and drugs. → Read More

Good News: Chicago-based Tiesta Tea hoping to deliver 3,000 'warmth kits' to homeless shelters

Tiesta has worked with employees to assemble thousands of warmth kits, containing new warm clothing, hygiene products, food and of course, tea. They hand deliver the kits to Chicago homeless shelters on the third Thursday of January each year, during their “Spread the Warmth” campaign. → Read More

Good News Guarantee: Veterinarians give special gifts to sick children at Chicago's Lurie Hospital

This story is part of FOX 32 Chicago's Good News Guarantee. Share your ideas at → Read More

Illinois Organ and Tissue Donor registry reaches 7.5M participants

A major milestone for the Illinois Organ and Tissue Donor registry: it has now reached 7.5 million participants. → Read More

Northwest Indiana man receives one of the most prestigious recognitions in country music

One of the most prestigious recognitions in country music was awarded to a northwest Indiana man. → Read More

MacKenzie Scott gifts $16M to Chicago's Noble Schools

AWESOME! Chicago’s Noble Schools network has been gifted $16 million by well-known philanthropist MacKenzie Scott. → Read More

Liver transplant patient travels across the world to Chicago for life-saving surgery

A Chicago hospital is getting worldwide recognition for its organ transplant program. → Read More

Chicago-based website allows you to rent out spaces by the hour

Looking for ways to make extra cash with what you already own? It’s now possible with a new Chicago-based website. → Read More

Study: Hair straightening chemicals double cancer risk

A startling new study links the way women wear their hair to an increased risk of cancer. → Read More

Native Chicagoan living in Florida collects donations for Hurricane Ian survivors

A native Chicagoan is going above and beyond to help a community nearly wiped off the map by Hurricane Ian. → Read More

Chicago asking for public input on redoing McCormick Place's Lakeside Center

If you could construct anything by Lake Michigan, what would it be? Well, now’s your chance to start dreaming! → Read More

Joliet Park District searching for owner of stuffed animal dog found in parking lot

A stuffed animal has become a tourist magnet for the Joliet Park District. → Read More

Folds of Honor fundraiser helps provide scholarships to military families

To date, Folds of Honor has provided nearly 30,000 scholarships. → Read More

Suburban Chicago fashion designer featured on Amazon's 'Making the Cut'

Gabriella Meyer's fashion line has been worn by celebrities like Beyoncé, Chance the Rapper and Lil Wayne. → Read More

Chicagoland communities celebrate National Night Out, bringing police and neighbors together

National Night Out began in 1984. → Read More

Dark comedy 'Inferno' — produced at DePaul University — now streaming on Roku

A new series made in Chicago by local students is now streaming on Roku. → Read More

Posen police officer saves life of unresponsive baby, bodycam video shows

Heart stopping moments caught on camera as a Posen police detective steps in to save a baby. → Read More

Suburban police department handing out gift cards instead of traffic tickets

Rolling down your window for a police officer in one Chicago suburb may snag you a gift card this summer. → Read More

Suburban Chicago girl hosts blood drive to honor kidney donor who saved her life

Lizzie Reyes was diagnosed with a rare genetic condition that left her with end stage kidney disease. It came out of nowhere and nearly took her life. She was put on dialysis until a donor could be located. Her prayers were answered when another family faced tragedy: the kidney came from a 19-year-old man from Chicago who had died. → Read More

Whitney Young principal retiring after 32 years

One of the longest serving principals in Chicago Public Schools is retiring. → Read More