Mike Krauser has been a reporter, anchor, producer, writer, managing editor and news director during a career that started in Chicago in the late 1980’s.
His first love is reporting, “Telling stories on the radio,” he says, “doesn’t feel like work at all. It’s pure fun.” Mike got his start in radio in 1988 at the upstart all-news station WMAQ (670-AM).
He went on to anchor the afternoon news on “Chicago’s Finest Rock, WXRT (93.1 FM), and can still be heard there from time to time. He spent about ten years in management before returning to reporting.
His reports on WBBM Newsradio 780 can be heard throughout the day. He also works for CBS 2 TV in Chicago as a field producer, writer and assignment editor.
Around 100 activists, artists and clergy gathered to promote immigrant artists and to denounce the president’s immigration policies.
People of different races, faiths and ethnicities gathered across the river from Trump Tower and chanted “less wall, more tacos.”
Clinic escorts and police watched a couple dozen activists quietly pray outside a Planned Parenthood clinic at LaSalle and Division.
Phillip Jackson, executive director of the Black Star Project, thinks President Donald Trump should not listen to Dr. Darrell Scott.
An Indiana doctor is a victim of what police say could be a massive check fraud ring in the Chicagoland area.
The Dallas Police Department visited Chicago looking to add diversity to the 300 new police officers they want to hire this year.
It’s moving day for Patsy McNasty – the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum’s aptly named alligator snapping turtle.
The Norge Ski Club in Fox River Grove has been forced by warm weather and rain to postpone this weekend’s Ski Jumping Championships.
Three passengers and a Rottweiler puppy from Niles were in a Hyundai going westbound on US 20, when police say a Buick going eastbound crossed the center line and slammed into the car. The crash set off a chain reaction.
Michael Wiebe owns the home, but moved away after he put it on sale last June. The tenants thought they rented the house legitimately.
Conservation officers say a whooping crane that scientists were tracking was found shot and killed in west-central Indiana.
Navy veteran Tony Ward Sr. becomes emotional as he explains he’s doing it to honor his brothers.
They swoop down in groups, landing in nearby trees and at the right time of day create quite a racket.
Hundreds of people marched again Saturday through streets in downtown Chicago, protesting Donald Trump and his election as president.
LaPorte County has been given the federal designation as a “High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area,” joining Lake and Porter counties and the city of Chicago as it seeks to deal with the drug problem.
Mayor Emanuel shared his thoughts Thursday morning on the Cubs’ World Series win at an unrelated event.
A large women’s bowling league, compromised of African American seniors, wear each year pink bowling shirts to raise awareness of breast cancer rates among senior citizens.
The Museum of Science and Industry opened Tuesday a new temporary exhibit, presented by Boeing in celebration of its 100th anniversary.
Freshman enrollment at financially troubled Chicago State University has fallen to 86 freshmen this fall semester.
The beloved mascot from a firehouse in the Englewood neighborhood was back home Friday, after disappearing more than a month ago, thanks to a woman who spotted him on the street on Thursday.