We hear from legendary former Chicago Bulls coach Phil Jackson.
The Illinois House passes a concealed carry bill by 85-30-1. See how House members voted in our interactive graphic.
Joel Weisman and his panel of journalists discuss the nomination of Zachary Fardon as U.S. Attorney, and the impact of the school closings vote on Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s popularity.
Photographer Wayne Miller, whose work captured life on Chicago's South Side and war in the South Pacific, died yesterday at age 94. We revisit a 2009 Artbeat Chicago special featuring Miller.
The city could see hundreds of digital billboards on the sides of buildings in the next few months. Paris Schutz has the latest on the billboard bonanza, and tells us why residents are upset.
A highly successful TV journalist changed careers and is now making a name for herself in music. We meet Rondi Charleston.
Check out photos of the emotional scenes inside and outside today's Chicago School Board vote on school closings.
The Chicago School Board voted to close 49 elementary schools and one high school program in the largest shutdown in U.S. history.
Joel Weisman and his panel of journalists discuss the week's top headlines.
Chicago's Memorial Day Parade, star-gazing at the Adler Planetarium and the NCAA Division-1 Tennis Championships; Chicago Tonight knows what's going on this weekend.
Springfield is divided over pensions, concealed carry, gay marriage and more. Senate President John Cullerton gives us a glimpse of what's really happening in the State Capitol. Then, Eddie Arruza and his roundtable of reporters have analysis.
Ash-har Quraishi has the story of how Chicago played a pivotal role in sci-fi cinematic history.
The Chicago School Board voted to close 50 CPS schools. We share what some of you had to say in tonight's Viewer Feedback.
Watch CPS CEO Barbara Byrd-Bennett and CTU President Karen Lewis's full testimony from today's school board meeting.
Is it worth it? Chicago School Board President David Vitale joins us to discuss the board’s polarizing decision to close 50 schools.