From heavy rains and flooding in our area to a rare category five hurricane ripping through the Caribbean, August has turned out to be a wild weather month. Eddie Arruza tells us what Chicago's premier meteorologist makes of it all.
News Analysis with Carol Marin
Supporters of the undocumented immigrant who took refuge in a Chicago church last year gathered today at a downtown protest against her deportation. Elvira Arellano was arrested over the weekend in Los Angeles. Carol Marin and her panel take a closer look at how this affects the immigration debate. Guests: Esther Cepeda, Enrique Rodriguez, Ald. Ricardo Munoz
Five years and 500 hours of footage later, local filmmaker Ben Byer has documented what it means to be diagnosed with and live with ALS. His sister and co-filmmaker Rebeccah Rush joins us to talk about her brother's continuing struggles, featured in their film, Indestructible.
The Museum of Science and Industry is getting its first bath in 75 years. We'll show you the results.
Critic for a Day
If you're dying to go to the movies, a new British comedy might be just what you're looking for. We'll give you the post-mortem on the movie "Death at a Funeral" with our critic for a day, the I.O.'s Charna Halpern.
Heavenly treasures from an Italian renaissance master make a rare visit to Chicago.
We'll open the viewer mailbag to see what you've been saying about some of our recent stories.