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 report being released Monday contains troubling news about the Chicago pension plans covering various municipal employees.
A little boy drowned during a visit to a public pool in Glenview last Friday, and his family has since been trying to learn exactly what happened — reportedly with little success.
A Chicago alderman wants a new strategy to fight graffiti.
A 13-year-old Chicago girl is dead after suffering a severe reaction to food she ate at school.
A battle over taxes is underway in Brookfield, and it could mean you will pay more to go to the zoo.
Eleven jobs are being cut at Brookfield Zoo to help close a $1.3 million budget shortfall.
The National Restaurant Association has signed an agreement to keep using McCormick Place for its annual trade show through 2016.
Word is the change-over to a new Cook County Board presidency has not been going smoothly.
Non-payment of tax is a problem. Several station operators hit with criminal charges.
It would be culmination of controversies including assertions he fostered “frat house atmosphere” at the Tribune Tower.
Letter follows a spate of incidents of anti-gay bullying across the country.