Outside The Loop With Lisa Dent
- The Chicago Bear’s jerseys worn during their 16- 6 win over Minnesota yesterday are being auctioned off and the money will be donated to social injustice organizations.
- A new law took effect yesterday. The Illinois Equal Pay Act will bar employers from asking applicants' compensation history during job screenings.
- Whooping Cough cases surfaced in Lincolnshire last week, then Winnetka and now
new cases of pertussis have been reported in Cook and Lake counties
- Some relief is on the way for Chicago residents who’ve racked up late fees and tickets for not having up-to-date city stickers on their cars. Residents will be allowed to buy a new city sticker with no additional fees or back charges during October. Beginning Nov. 15, everyone who is in compliance with their city sticker by Oct. 31 will be eligible to have some or all of their city sticker tickets forgiven according to the Mayor’s office.
- Cubs Manager Joe Maddon is dusting off his resume. “I think the life expectancy in Chicago might be less than some other places,” Maddon said. “Maybe five in Chicago is seven to 10 somewhere else.” I'll miss him!
- Win Kenny Chesney tickets this week on BIG 955! You Say It, We Pay it at 9:40, 12:40 and 5:40