Iconic television journalist Walter Jacobson joins us to talk about his life, career and new autobiography.
Northwestern University's construction of a $32 million parking garage and visitor center on the lakefront is sparking controversy in Evanston. We talk with a resident who is suing the city for approving the project.
New White Sox General Manager Rick Hahn discusses key off-season roster moves, Paul Konerko's health following wrist surgery, and why he's excited about SoxFest this weekend.
The first young immigrant in Illinois to receive work authorization under President Obama's deportation-relief order is now working for a U.S. congressman. We bring you his story.
Fourth quarter earnings are out for some major local players, Groupon suspends all gun deals, and the latest on Boeing's troubled 787 Dreamliner. Kris Kridel of WBBM Newsradio 780 and 105.9FM has those stories, and more top business headlines.
Carol Marin takes a closer look at how the upcoming gubernatorial race is shaking out with Chicago Sun-Times' Springfield bureau chief, Dave McKinney.
The city's inspector general says the police department could save big if it replaced some sworn officers with civilians. But what does the mayor think? Paris Schutz has the story.