WBEZ Weekly News Recap October 1, 2021

Bears are a step closer to moving to the ‘burbs and Obamas return for groundbreaking of Presidential Center in Jackson Park.

Barack and Michelle Obama during the OPC groundbreaking ceremony
Former President Barack Obama, left, and former first lady Michelle Obama toss shovels of dirt during a groundbreaking ceremony for the Obama Presidential Center Tuesday, Sept. 28, 2021, in Jackson Park on Chicago's South Side. Charles Rex Arbogast / Associated Press
Barack and Michelle Obama during the OPC groundbreaking ceremony
Former President Barack Obama, left, and former first lady Michelle Obama toss shovels of dirt during a groundbreaking ceremony for the Obama Presidential Center Tuesday, Sept. 28, 2021, in Jackson Park on Chicago's South Side. Charles Rex Arbogast / Associated Press

WBEZ Weekly News Recap October 1, 2021

Bears are a step closer to moving to the ‘burbs and Obamas return for groundbreaking of Presidential Center in Jackson Park.

Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle announces she’ll seek a fourth term and Northwestern University temporarily suspends Greek life after multiple women allege being drugged at frat houses.

Reset goes behind the headlines on the Weekly News Recap.

GUEST: Bill Cameron, former longtime city hall reporter for WLS radio; Amanda Vinicky, WTTW political correspondent of “Chicago Tonight”