We explore one of the city's largest and oldest neighborhood festivals.
The city celebrates the U.S. Little League champs Jackie Robinson West All-Stars. Paris Schutz has the complete recap of the day's festivities.
We talk to a neuroscientist who's out with a new book to help us organize our minds.
Geoffrey Baer compares fact and fiction in a long-ago murder, explores the life of an architectural pioneer, and strolls the Riverwalk in this week’s Ask Geoffrey.
From close encounters with a speeding comet to an intimate visit with mysterious Pluto, we examine the most fascinating stories from the final frontier.
Gardeners know the therapeutic benefits of tending to their flowers, vegetables and fruits. The Julie & Michael Tracey Family Foundation teamed up with organizations to create a therapeutic garden for people with autism. Brandis Friedman has the story.
Chicago banjo player Michael Miles had a 25-year correspondence with legendary folk musician and activist Pete Seeger, who died earlier this year. We revisit Jay Shefsky’s conversation with Miles about how the cards and letters changed his life.
A onetime sailor and tattoo artist blends adult experiences with childhood memories to create mystical memorials to World War II.
How can Chicago translate the pride felt today for our little league champs into a long-term plan for the city's youth? We discuss with our panel.
While it may not feel like it, fall is upon us which means it’s time to harvest those gardens and cook up some new seasonal recipes. We join Chicago chef Rick Bayless in his own garden to harvest and cook up a refreshing fall dish.
Today is the first day to start circulating nominating petitions in the race for mayor and City Council.
Should police in Chicago wear body cameras? We discuss the implications with our panel.
We talk with a cardiologist who believes a vegan diet is good for your heart.
We share what you had to say about recent stories when we read some of our viewer feedback.
The U.S. Little League World Series champs, Chicago's Jackie Robinson West All-Stars, return home to a hero's welcome. Paris Schutz has all the details.
The city is preparing to take applications for firefighters for the first time in almost a decade, but the plan to diversify the department is not sitting well with everyone. We take a look at the policy that gives preference to hiring CPS graduates from both sides of the spectrum.