,

Unions Under Fire

|

We asked if you think the city and state are being fair to unions. We hear what you had to say when we read some of our viewer mail.

,
|
Gov. Pat Quinn

Unions under fire. Gov. Pat Quinn is expected to send pink slips to thousands of state workers while the Chicago Teachers Union claims it's being treated unfairly. Carol Marin and her panel take up the issues.

Markets & Jobs

|
Kris Kridel

Kris Kridel of WBBM Newsradio 780 joins us to discuss today's plunging markets, a dismal jobs report, debt fears in Europe and more.

|
Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle

Filing a property tax assessment appeal in Cook County just got easier and greener.

The Mayor of Kankakee Responds

|
Nina Epstein. Image Credit: Kankakee Public Library

Kankakee’s Mayor strongly denies that her city is taking sales tax revenues that belong in Cook County. Elizabeth Brackett has the story.

Hiring Managers Share Most Unusual Resume Mistakes in Annual CareerBuilder Survey

|
Kris Kridel

The Playboy Club is coming back to Chicago. Kris Kridel of WBBM Newsradio 780 joins us with that, the local impact of Hurricane Irene and other top business stories.

|
Open Road Tolling: South Beloit Toll Plaza, Image Credit: Illinois Tollway

Driving Illinois tollways may soon take a bigger toll on your wallet. The Tollway Board just approved a massive toll increase. We hear from the Tollway's executive director.

Chicago & RTA File Complaints

|

Are some airlines skirting the city sales tax? We look into that issue, plus the City of Chicago's tax lawsuit against some nearby counties.

Mayor Emanuel Announces EMC Corporation Expansion

|
EMC Corporation logo

EMC Corporation is opening a new office in Chicago and plans to add 200 new jobs over the next two years, Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced on Tuesday. 

|
The Wrigley Building

The iconic Wrigley Building may have found a buyer. Kris Kridel of WBBM Newsradio 780 joins us to talk about that, some good news about the real estate market, and other top business stories.

|
Eddie Arruza

With more bad economic news, the financial markets take another nosedive. Is a second recession on the way? Eddie Arruza and his panel look at what is driving down stocks.

A Year in the Life of a Foreclosure Rehab

|

Millions of dollars in federal grants have been allocated to stem the tide of foreclosures in Chicago neighborhoods.  We show you the results of a developer’s rehabbed homes -- one year later.

|

Eddie Arruza reports on an innovative program at Chicago Career Tech that's retraining an older work force for a 21st century job market.

|
Kris Kridel

Kris Kridel of WBBM Newsradio 780 joins us to discuss Google's decision to buy Motorola Mobility and other top business stories.

, ,
|

Joel Weisman and his panel of journalists discuss the week's top headlines in Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review at 7:00 pm.

|

Up one day, down the next. Way down. We discuss the latest plunge on Wall Street with Morningstar’s Paul Larson, and look ahead to tomorrow.