Browse by date:

Monday, February 6, 2017

Our story about feral cats killing huge numbers of birds generated quite a bit of debate.

Watch the Feb. 6, 2017 full episode of "Chicago Tonight."

(Lisle Police Department)

A bright meteor streaked across skies in Chicago and the Midwest at about 1:30 a.m. Monday. 

Illinois Senate President John Cullerton speaks Monday at the City Club of Chicago.

Senate leaders’ bipartisan salve to Illinois’ budget troubles is on tap for a vote in Springfield this week.

An 83-year-old cobbler inspires a shoe repair dynasty that spans three generations.

As Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu visits Britain and calls for more sanctions on Iran, the new Israeli Consul General to Chicago is here to talk about the future of U.S.-Israeli relations.

President Trump’s spokesman believes the travel ban is constitutional – a federal appeals court will weigh in on Tuesday.

(Chicago Tonight)

Chicago Public Schools announced Monday it will implement new cost-saving measures as it works to fill its 2017 budget hole, this time freezing as much as $69 million in school discretionary funds.

Jason Rieger of Indivisible Chicago

Behind the new movement called Indivisible that has bubbled up in Chicago and around the nation in response to the election of Donald Trump.