FOR MORE INFORMATION ON SOME OF TONIGHT'S STORIES:
- Salmonella Outbreak
- Chicago Matters: Growing Forward
- "The Lady with all the Answers"
- "The Lion in Winter"
- "Gas for Less"
- The Laura Spelman Rockefeller Memorial Carillon
A Salmonella outbreak linked to tomatoes has prompted fast food chains and grocery stores to do away with the fruit for the time being. We talk to a health expert about what you should look out for.
- Click here for FDA information on the Salmonella outbreak
News Analysis with Elizabeth Brackett
The Bulls finally have a new head coach. The Bears cut ties with a troubled running back. And Chicago Sun-Times columnist Jay Mariotti is at the center of yet another controversy. Elizabeth Brackett and her panel tackle a busy week in sports.
Chicago Matters: Growing Forward
Why have Waukegan city fathers turned down $25 million to clean up one of the most polluted harbors on the Great Lakes? Rich Samuels tells us as our series "Chicago Matters: Growing Forward" continues.
Hedy Weiss Theater Reviews
Theater critic Hedy Weiss is here with reviews for three new stage productions.
Grant Achatz of Alinea in Lincoln Park won the James Beard Award for being the top chef in the country, joining the ranks of Chicago chefs Charlie Trotter and Rick Bayless. But Achatz got the award after losing his sense of taste. We revisit an interview with Achatz discussing his life-threatening diagnosis of tongue cancer last year.
On the Artbeat
All musical instruments need care and upkeep, and one that weighs 100 tons is no exception. Repairs on the 76-year-old Laura Spelman Rockefeller Memorial Carillon at the University of Chicago are now complete and the carillon sounds better than ever. Eddie Arruza takes us up into the bell tower to see and hear the refurbished carillon.
Garrard McClendon shares his thoughts on Father Pfleger's reinstatement.