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.
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In suburban Lake Forest, questions surround the deaths of three teenagers -- all of them apparent suicides. Elizabeth Brackett and her panel have more on the startling number of recent suicides.
Master Sommelier and Check Please! host Alpana Singh is here to answer your questions about wine, beer and spirits.
Homicides are up in Chicago this year, but the Mayor and Police Superintendent claim they are making progress in combating gang violence. Paris Schutz has the story.
What's hiding in the fenced-off area of Belmont Harbor? Geoffrey Baer discovers a delightful retreat in this week's edition of Ask Geoffrey.
Chicago Violence & NATO
How do you think the Chicago Police Department is handling the recent surge in gun violence? Will they be ready for possible NATO summit protests in May? We have some of your thoughts in tonight's Viewer Mail.
Joel Weisman and his panel of journalists discuss the week's top headlines.
Lori Healey is the executive director of the Chicago NATO host committee.
Economist Allen Sanderson is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Economics at the University of Chicago.
Sheila O’Grady is the head of The Illinois Restaurant Association. More than 50 Chicago-area restaurants will present special tasting menus during the NATO summit, in part to show off the city's culinary scene to world leaders.
Anne Olaimey, longtime fundraiser for Mayor Emanuel, and John Bryan, former Sarah Lee CEO, were handpicked by Mayor Emanuel to head the fundraising committee.
In the wake of the Trayvon Martin killing by a neighborhood crime watch volunteer in Florida, we examine the "talk" African-American parents give to their kids to keep them safe.
Find out how the Chicago Housing Authority is recalibrating its plan for transformation from the organization’s CEO. Natalie Moore from WBEZ has the story.
Architect Michael Graves changed American cities in the 1980s and designed thousands of products for Target. Then, a mysterious illness paralyzed him and gave his career new purpose. We preview Geoffrey Baer's new Graves documentary.