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  • Former Congressman Patrick Kennedy on mental health, marijuana legalization and his past addiction

    Former Congressman Patrick Kennedy joined us in-studio to talk about The Kennedy Forum’s annual meeting on June 11 at the Harris Theater in Chicago. This year the forum focuses on mental health in the workplace. For more information on the forum go to: https://www.thekennedyforum.org/event/the-kennedy-forum-annual-meeting-2019/  

  • Saturday Forecast: Winter Storm Watch in effect Sunday, snow on the way

    For the latest weather updates, go to wgntv.com/weather. Or download the WGN Weather App.    

  • Retired Naval commander and clinical psychologist talks PTSD and options for veterans

    Joseph E. Troiani, Ph.D., coordinator of the Adler University’s Psy.D. Military Psychology track and a retired U.S. Navy Commander; talks PTSD and options for veterans in the wake of the California mass shooting.

  • Rugby stars talk Soldier Field triple-header, make Pat honorary rugby member

    Rugby returns to Soldier Field on November 3 for “The Rugby Weekend” triple-header featuring the U.S., New Zealand, Ireland and Italy. Bryce Campbell (USA) , Edoardo Gori (ITL) and Kendra Cocksedge (NZL) joined the morning show to talk rugby and give Pat a special gift. The Rugby Weekend 2018 details: Date: Saturday November 3 Location: Soldier Field, Chicago Match times: 12:00pm: USA Eagles (W) vs. Black Ferns 3:00pm: Ireland vs. Italy 5:15pm: USA Eagles (M) vs. Maori All Blacks Tickets […]

  • Terrorism analyst Tom Mockaitis on impact of Syria missile attacks

  • 2 found dead in Little Village auto shop

    CHICAGO — Two men were found shot to death inside an auto shop in Little Village on Saturday. The men were found inside Auto Body Castenada’s just before 6 p.m. Saturday. The shop is in the 3300 block of South Lawndale Avenue. Both men were pronounced dead at the scene. Police aren’t releasing the men’s ages. Neighbors said they have never seen anything unusual in the shop, just working men. Neighborhood resident Shirlee Garcia said she’s hoping no one is […]

  • Wounded while fighting against ISIS in Syria: 23-year-old Caleb Stevens tells his incredible story

    23-year-old Caleb Stevens left his home in Michigan to fight against ISIS in Syria, but not for the U.S Army, but as a volunteer. Stevens fought with the People’s Protection Unit for six months before being shot in the leg and ending up in a Chicago emergency room. He joined the morning show to share his incredible story.

  • Financial expert Terry Savage, Dr. Lauren Streicher team up for ‘Health and Wealth’ discussion

    Normally financial expert Terry Savage and Dr. Lauren Streicher appear on our show, separately. So we decided to pair them up for a special “Health and Wealth” segment, and aired a special intro!

  • PHOTOS: NICU babies dress up for Halloween at Advocate Children’s Hospital

    OAK LAWN, Ill. — Advocate Children’s Hospital in Oak Lawn and Park Ridge is holding its annual Halloween costume contest for babies in the NICU. These babies are the smallest and most fragile patients in the hospital, but they’re not letting that stop them from dressing up. What’s your favorite costume? Simply “like” your favorite photo on Advocate’s Facebook page to vote! All votes must be submitted by October 31 (Halloween) at noon. The photo with the most votes will receive a $150 gift […]

  • Inside the eye of the storm: NOAA Hurricane Hunters

    NOAA’s specialized Gulfstream IV hurricane hunter jet , nicknamed “Gonzo,” has been flying into the face of Hurricane Maria. “Gonzo” is no ordinary aircraft. The jet, which is packed with scientific equipment and flies at about 45 thousand feet, has a powerful Doppler radar mounted to its tail and also drops sensors probes that measure wind speed, wind direction, humidity and temperature. That information is then sent to forecasters for their models. We spoke with Richard Henning, Flight Director of […]

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