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  • March 21 - 25

    James Geisen - Bob Nelson - Ernest Borgnine - Robert Osborne and Jane Powell - Jake Johannsen Monday, March 21 James Geisen, Toy Expert For more information about the toys shown today: www.thenewtoy.com Tuesday, March 22 Bob Nelson Tonight...
  • CDOT seeks input on South Side transit improvements

    CDOT seeks input on South Side transit improvements
    The Chicago Department of Transportation is seeking input from South Side residents on how to improve public transit in the South Lakefront Corridor--the area spanning from 22nd Street to 95th Street east of the Dan Ryan Expressway. CDOT is holding a...
  • Students who 'want to have a future' take first steps

    Students who 'want to have a future' take first steps
    Two years ago, Leonardo Ocampo’s life almost ended at 15 when someone shot him in the back. He had been flirting with gangs in his Little Village neighborhood and hanging out on street corners. One day, a bullet struck him from behind, exiting...
  • A Chicago marathon in Afghanistan

    A Chicago marathon in Afghanistan
    The Chicago marathon already has one winner. William “Billy” Boland, an Air Force captain and ROTC instructor at Chicago’s Illinois Institute of Technology, was the first of some 70 troops to cross the finish line Friday in the Bank...
  • Star retired for slain officer Soderberg

    Star retired for slain officer Soderberg
    Fallen Chicago police Officer Thor Soderberg is remembered by his students as a committed teacher, by friends and family as a generous public servant, and by fellow officers as a leader. Soderberg’s star was retired Tuesday in a ceremony at...
  • IIT architecture student dies while biking in Ky.

    Police in Kentucky are trying to piece together why a Chicago architecture student struck and killed by a car was riding a bicycle in darkness on an unlit rural highway between Lexington and Frankfort. Yishi Wei, 27, a graduate student at the Illinois...
  • Metra 'Quiet Car' program begins quietly

    Metra 'Quiet Car' program begins quietly
    Metra launched its "Quiet Car" operation today, introducing a program that it hopes will make for a less noisy commute for some riders. And the reaction appeared to be quiet, at least based on what some commuters said during Monday morning's rush hour....
  • Newport woman writes book on secrets to scholastic success

    NEWPORT BEACH — All last summer, Cynthia Muchnick worked on the book of her dreams late into the night after her four children went to bed. Nearly a year later, "The Everything Guide to Study Skills" is out. Her 13-year-old son Justin has been...
  • New Chicago Microbrewery on a Mission

    New Chicago Microbrewery on a Mission
    An urban experiment is underway on Chicago's South side that is transforming the old Peer meat packing plant into Chicago's first vertical farm. As WGN's Mark Suppelsa reports, the building already houses a tilapia farm, aquaponic gardens, and the...
  • November 9: Author - Ward Miller Talks About His Book, The Complete Architecture of Adler and Sullivan

    November 9: Author - Ward Miller Talks About His Book, The Complete Architecture of Adler and Sullivan
    Ward Miller To purchase a copy of the book: The Complete Architecture of Adler & Sullivan Louis Sullivan (1856–1924) was a giant of architecture, the father of architectural modernism, and one of the earliest builders of the skyscraper. Along with...
  • Chicago Housing Authority launches website to collect ideas on transformation plan

    Chicago Housing Authority launches website to collect ideas on transformation plan
    The Chicago Housing Authority is looking for public input as Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s new leadership team tries to put its stamp on a long-running plan to overhaul the city’s public housing. On Saturday, housing officials announced a new...
  • A list of jurors chosen for the Hudson family murder trial

    Fourteen jurors were picked Monday for the William Balfour trial. The judge has kept their identities secret until after their verdict. In all, 18 jurors – including six alternates -- will be selected. Here is what was learned about the seven men...