More speculation surfaces about Lurie cyber attack
Cyber security experts say there's new information about the possible source of an online attack that recently brought down phones, email and other tech at Lurie Children's Hospital.
Johnson concedes there's work to be done to curb Chicago violence
Mayor Brandon Johnson says Chicago police are working hard to hold those responsible for recent violence accountable. But it is going to take a citywide effort to keep bringing down the number of shootings.
Workers picket hospital-owned hotel
Workers at a local hospital owned by Northwestern Memorial HealthCare say it is time for them to speak up about unfair working conditions.
Meet the luxury hot dog you probably can't afford
Chicago's 187th Birthday is next week, March 4th, and the luxury boutique hotel Pendry Chicago is serving up a hot dog and drink combo to celebrate. It's not cheap, WBBM Newsradio's Terry Keshner reports.
Weather turnabout continues, with tornado watch
The NWS says tornadoes are possible tonight as temperatures plunge and storms move in.
Former NFL player starts new gig at northwest suburban high school
He kicked for the Chicago Bears for 11 seasons, then the Giants and the 49ers. Today marks the first day for Robbie Gould on his newest football team. WBBM's Nancy Harty reports. Photo Credit: Nancy Harty/WBBM Newsradio
Northwestern reaches settlement in price-fixing allegations
Northwestern University will pay more than $43 million to settle a lawsuit claiming the university participated in a price-fixing scheme.
How to approach claims of bullying in the workplace
With more people back in the office, there is the potential for workplace bullying. Rick Cobb, founder of the workplace consulting firm 2-Discern here in Chicago, joins the Noon Business Hour.
Wendy's to test 'surge' pricing
WBBM Newsradio's Rob Hart talks with a foot-traffic analyst.
Difference Maker: Chicago Youth Boxing Club
This week's Difference Maker gives young Chicagoans a fighting chance. Here's WBBM's Terry Keshner.