We take a look at a new Detroit company that is making a bet on local manufacturing and is counting on traditions of a Chicago factory to get there. Plus, why so many Illinoisans view political corruption as the norm.
We hear the stories and music of New Orleans pianist Henry Butler. We also delve into the slow demise of Chicago retail icon Sears after the announcement that it is closing the flagship store on State Street.
Chicago's grocery store landscape is changing with the closure of all Dominick's stores. We look at how the no-frills atmosphere of Aldi is finding new customers in Chicago. Also, we hear from a legal experts who's protesting a part of the Farm Bill. (Photo: Flickr/scrappy)