Courtney Kueppers | WBEZ

Courtney Kueppers is a digital producer/reporter at WBEZ. Prior to joining WBEZ full time, she worked part-time on the digital desk throughout grad school. In addition to WBEZ, her reporting in Chicago has been published by the Chicago Tribune, Chicago Reader and South Side Weekly. She previously lived in Atlanta, where she worked for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and WABE, Atlanta’s NPR affiliate. She originally hails from Minnesota and is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire and Northwestern University.

The Chicago area’s commuter railway is taking a cold, hard look at a future with fewer office workers.
It’s going to be a hot weekend as the Air and Water Show returns to Chicago for another two days of fancy plane tricks.
Bailon was most recently the executive editor at KERA, Dallas’s NPR affiliate. Prior to KERA, he spent nearly 15 years at the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
John P. O’Rourke sailed to victory in 1923, only to later be disqualified. Today, his descendants are driven to clinch their own win.
Since she started with Streets and San in 1998, Cruz has risen to head the Bureau of Rodent Control, overseeing crews that respond to tens of thousands of rat-related calls a year.
The first signs the tree’s days were numbered appeared in the summer of 2021 when it prematurely dropped its leaves.
The Sox started their season on the road in Houston before returning to Chicago for their home opener at 2:10 p.m. Monday when they take on the Giants.
Two decades ago, bulldozers sent by Mayor Richard M. Daley destroyed the runway at Meigs Field. The move was seen then and now as an example of mayoral overreach.
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