Previously, he spent 12 years at WMAQ in the same capacity. A nearly 30 year veteran of Chicago radio, Bob has also covered and broadcast the news at WLS, WBBM-FM and the former WCLR.
A native New Yorker, Bob attended college on the East Coast, where he began his broadcasting career with stops in New England and New York City prior to arriving in the Midwest.
A new survey finds Illinois expressways are among the most congested in the nation.
One of the nation’s bond rating agencies is out with another warning about the Chicago Public Schools system’s financial future.
A lawsuit has been filed in connection with the abuse of a 15-month-old girl by the nanny hired to look after the child.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel is reiterating his support for the city’s campaign asking homeowners to voluntarily install water meters.
A Cook County Sheriff’s deputy has filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against his employer, claiming that supervisors have done nothing to stop his co-workers from making his life miserable because he is gay.
The City of Chicago may be facing a budget deficit of as much as $369 million next year, and reports are now surfacing that Mayor Rahm Emanuel may be looking at raising some taxes to close the gap.
A south suburban school district has fired the guidance counselor and former basketball coach who wrote a book that some say crossed the line, sexually speaking.
Christopher Vaughn’s own blood stain expert agreed with prosecutors Tuesday that his analysis of what happened in Vaughn’s Ford Expedition five years ago doesn’t match the Oswego man’s story.
Some major upgrades may be in store at Midway International Airport.
A warning has been issued for Chicago dog owners about a rare disease that could leave their pet blind.
The West Aurora High School District is in trouble with the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services over an allegation involving a teacher.
The Illinois Dept of Children and Family Services is warning in a published report that budget cuts mandated by the General Assembly are going to have a severe impact.
The deadline is nearing for Gov. Pat Quinn to act on the state’s gambling expansion bill.
A proposal involving schools and guns is up for a vote in suburban Plainfield – and it actually involves bringing more guns to schools.
A suburban counterfeiting operation has been broken up.
The makeup of Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s security detail is the subject of a lawsuit.
A legal battle may be brewing between the U.S. Attorney’s office and the Chicago City Council Finance Committee.
It has been about a year since Chicago police brass promised to wipe out the Maniac Latin Disciples street gang on the Northwest Side, and a published report says the campaign appears to be working.
Published reports say the girlfriend of the gunman who killed six people at a Sikh temple outside Milwaukee has now been arrested.
A top-level official with the Chicago City Colleges has been fired, just weeks after he was hired, for lying on his application.