A rough and tumble game from the 1970s is seeing a resurgence. Women's roller derby is back, and this time it's a serious sport. We introduce you to Chicago's Windy City Rollers.
A local Mexican art museum with works from around the world celebrates its 25th anniversary. The founder joins us with details.
Attendance is down, but the value of Chicago's baseball teams is going up. Kris Kridel of WBBM Newsradio 780 and 105.9FM has that story, and more top business headlines.
We take a look at the Bus Rapid Transit system in Mexico City, which some Chicago transportation officials say could serve as a model for the Windy City.
Security plans for the Chicago NATO summit could shut down South Shore rail lines and freeways during the two-day event.
After three days of arguments, the fate of President Obama's health care law is now in the hands of the Supreme Court Justices. Will it be struck down? Carol Marin and her legal experts analyze the issue.
Longer School Days for CPS Despite Deficit & Public Outcry
A longer school day and extended year is slated to take effect for Chicago Public Schools, despite public outcry and what officials call a staggering budget deficit. Paris Schutz has the details.