Morning Shift: September 18, 2015

Morning Shift: September 18, 2015

The Chicago Blackhawks held a press conference yesterday that featured a rather tight lipped Patrick Kane. We haven't heard much from the star winger since news broke of his alleged sexual assault of a woman in his hometown. Our Sports Contributor Cheryl Raye Stout has more on what at least one reporter called a bizarre press conference. Then, we’ll bring you the story of a Syrian refugee and her family and how they’re making their way in Chicago. Plus, a look at the new Lucas museum design, which was unveiled yesterday. And a new pop-up museum in Chicago is dedicated to food. We speak with the executive director. We also have a preview of the long-running Englewood Jazz Festival, which takes place tomorrow.