Tanja Babich, ABC 7 Chicago

Tanja Babich

ABC 7 Chicago

Chicago, IL, United States

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Past articles by Tanja:

Mays Academy in Englewood flooded with winter coats, hats after ABC7 story

Mays Academy in Englewood received hundreds of winter coats and hats from ABC7 viewers. → Read More

Chicago 40+ Double Dutch club offers women fun exercise option, sisterhood

"You forget all your problems and everything when you're out here. And I was just so blessed to find this group," said Storm Barton, 49. → Read More

Chicago group Urban Growers Collective up for award at UN Climate Conference

A Chicago group is up for a big award at the UN Climate Conference today. → Read More

Breast Cancer Awareness Month brings renewed push for screenings

Dr. Julie Wescler, a breast surgeon at Cook County Health, discussed the importance of breast cancer screenings. → Read More

'Hamilton' to end Chicago run with final show Sunday

Do not throw away your last shot to see "Hamilton" in Chicago → Read More

Hamilton Chicago: What's next for cast, crew as show heads for final curtain?

"Hamilton" Chicago is getting closer to its final curtain call in January and cast members are starting to look ahead at what comes next. → Read More

Blaine Elementary students surprise beloved lunch lady, Miss Janet

School employees are generally celebrated when they reach a milestone, like an anniversary or retirement. But the parents, teachers and staff at Blaine Elementary School wanted to celebrate a woman they call "the heart" of their school - just because. → Read More

Black Restaurant Week spotlight: Friistyle in Bronzeville

Friistyle has been open for six months drawing a steady stream of visitors with its Belgian-style Pomme Frites. → Read More

Answers to common breast cancer screening and prevention questions

About one in eight women will develop breast cancer over the course of her lifetime. → Read More

Erie House focuses on empowering Latino community

In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, we're focusing on a local program impacting the Latino community. → Read More

Foodies to flock to Millennium Park for Chicago Gourmet

It's a foodie-filled weekend at Millennium Park. Chicago Gourmet features some of Chicago's best restaurants, bars and brands- all with little tastes and sips on display. → Read More

Perfect picnic recipe ideas

Picnic food will be popular on the lakefront this weekend as a lot of people head to the beach for Chicago's Air and Water Show. → Read More

Chicago Police Department welcomes diverse graduating class

Chicago welcomed 280 new police officers to its ranks and another 57 current officers were promoted to higher ranks during Tuesday's graduation ceremony. → Read More

First Loop Activate 2018 pop-up event Thursday night

Free pop-up art in an unexpected place is happening Thursday night. → Read More

Celebrate summer with beach-ready arm exercises & easy, healthy recipes

Memorial Day marks the unofficial start to summer in Chicago, and that also means the start to beach season and grilling season. → Read More

Lincoln Yards development to include several entertainment venues

A partnership between developer Sterling Bay and Live Nation Entertainment will bring several entertainment venues to the proposed Lincoln Yards development. → Read More

Proposed Lincoln Yards development could include several entertainment venues, stadium

A partnership between developer Sterling Bay and Live Nation Entertainment will bring several entertainment venues to the proposed Lincoln Yards development. → Read More

Former Dixon High School student exchanges gunfire with school resource officer, police say

A school resource officer took down a suspected gunman Wednesday morning at a high school in Dixon, Ill., which is about 100 miles west of Chicago. → Read More

Toddler gets stuck inside Palatine laundromat claw machine

Firefighters had to rescue a 3-year-old boy after he got stuck inside a claw machine in a Palatine laundromat Thursday evening. → Read More

Vandals target offices of South Side community group for fourth time

An office of a South Side community group was broken into over the weekend - the fourth time the group's two offices have been vandalized in the last few months. → Read More