Chicago had a cow in the summer of 1999 with the Cows on Parade art event, but where are the cows now? Geoffrey Baer finds the remaining cattle in this week's edition of Ask Geoffrey.
They took a butter sculpture of Barack Obama for a 12-block walk through the Loop recently. And they’ve adorned the Chicago Cultural Center with banners saying: “I Want To Be Ordinary.” We take a look at the work of the performance art duo, Industry of the Ordinary.
Offense, defense, and special teams. The Bears employ every phase of the game to take down the Titans. James "Big Cat" Williams joins us to break down the Bears' sixth straight win.
Chances are you're not familiar with the dozens of judges on the ballot this year. We break down your choices.
Senator Mark Kirk's emotional first public appearance since suffering a massive stroke more than nine months ago. Paris Schutz has more on his Willis Tower climb and what it means for his recovery.
Tomorrow is Election Day and the Presidential candidates are criss-crossing the country one last time. How accurate are the polls? What's happening in swing states? And what are the critical demographics of this election? Carol Marin and her panel have the latest.