The Morning Shift gets down to brass tacks on TIFs that may be used for improvements a Navy Pier and McCormick Place. And as the south branch of the Red Line shuts down for the summer, CTA is on hand to answer questions.
We'll dive into a survey that says African American homeowners pay more than their white or Asian counterparts for similar homes in similar neighborhoods. Plus uncovering the ultimate Chicago book, and more.
A new take on Mother's Day: Dede Koldyke of the EarthHeart Foundation gathers mothers for peace, comedian Jim Gaffigan tells stories from his new book Dad Is Fat and Chicago band Bear Claw throws down.