You occasionally can hear her on the anchor desk and as host of “At Issue” which airs Sundays with Newsradio 780 Political Editor Craig Dellimore.
Julie has been with WBBM since 1997, having worked her way to the Chicago market from smaller stations surrounding the city.
She grew up in the western suburbs of Kane County where she continues to live with her husband Pat.
Contact Julie at email@example.com
David Hockberg escorted veterans of World War II on a journey to Washington D.C. to see the memorial built in their honor. It’s a free trip for the veterans arranged by Honor flight Chicago several times a year.
A manhunt is underway by police in McHenry County for the ex-boyfriend of a woman left for dead this morning in her Crystal Lake home.
Fireworks on the Fourth of July will light up the sky in several local communities who may have gone without except for a promotion for the Illinois lottery reports WBBM’s Julie Mann.
Skokie police have issued a community alert for a gunman suspected in several hair salon robberies.
Big ideas are crossing the minds of Indiana planners who envision a suspension bridge providing new access to the Dunes National Lakeshore. WBBM Newsradio’s Julie Mann reports.
Police pulled the plug on a music festival that was expected to draw 1,000 people this past weekend, after the owners of the land for the festival said they were only expecting 20 campers to show up.
Trash in a number of Chicago neighborhoods will be collected differently starting Monday, but the city hopes no one notices a difference.
Will County State’s Attorney James Glasgow announces the filing of animal cruelty charges against a Bolingbrook man on Wednesday.
Two Evanston Township High School students are accused of knocking several students to the ground and taking their cell phones in the hallways of the school.
A man says he accidentally set his apartment building ablaze while attempting to smoke out squirrels that had taken up residence in the walls.
It’s already December, but the only snow we’ve seen so far has been flurries and a dusting on the grass. That will all be changing tpnight and throughout the day tomorrow.
We learned in the last season of “Mad Men” that Don Draper never finished high school. Now he–and the series–is in college as the focus of a Northwestern University seminar.
Sheriffs hold onto their jobs in some close races.
Maggie Daley, who was in Washington to receive a leadership award from the Kuwait-America Foundation, experienced leg pain.
The opening of the movie “Secretariat” is Thursday and tells the story of the legendary thoroughbred nation-grabbing Triple Crown win. But there is a local angle in the success of Secretariat.