Tuesday, October 17, 2006
The Cubs have a new manager. We'll hear what Lou Piniella plans to do to turn the team's fate around.
News Analysis with Elizabeth Brackett
The Chicago Board of Trade and the Chicago Mercantile Exchange announced today that the two companies will merge. What does it mean for Chicago's economy, and what does it mean for investors? Elizabeth Brackett and her panelists will explain.
Bears Alumni Club
If you missed the thrilling finish to last night's Bears game, don't miss tonight's Bears Alumni Club. Former running back Mike Adamle will be here to recap all the action.
Rich Samuels follows the salmon up Wisconsin's Root River and tells us how this stream impacts our own lakefront.
- Click here for more on the Root River Steelhead Facility
- Click here for more on the Root-Pike Watershed Initiative
- Click here for Root River fishing report (or call the Wisconsin DNR's hotline at 414.382.7920)
Forty-thousand athletes from here and around the globe are readying for this Sunday's Chicago Marathon. Andrew Suozzo is the author of a new book that tells you all you need to know about Chicago's amazing race.
Fawn Ring takes us inside the Chicago School of Guitar Making.
Chicago Sun-Times columnist Debra Pickett shares her thoughts about the campaign commercials we're being bombarded with.