She might be WBEZ's most loved on-air presence, even (or especially) when traffic is bad: "It's Friday the 13th and an unlucky day for listeners of WBEZ," said Tony Sarabia, who had the heavy task of saying goodbye to traffic reporter Sarah Jindra, who leaves WBEZ to go to CLTV/WGN on Eight Forty-Eight.
I'm a little late, but maybe this could be a new segment for the blog - instead of a morning round-up, maybe I can gather interesting tidbits from reporters and ongoing stories and deliver you an afternoon report:Top Story: Navy Pier is being leased to a not-for-profit.
Phase one of the multi-year project to repair Chicago’s Wacker Drive is finished. It's part of the Revive Wacker Drive project. But new construction underway this week is still giving plenty of drivers headaches.
Our WBEZ Traffic Reporter Sarah Jindra usually gives traffic updates from her studio in NAVTEQ headquarters. It doesn't really have windows. But on the other side of the building, the windows look out on Wacker Drive.