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U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin is among a handful of legislators behind a bill that would strengthen legal protections for communities disproportionately impacted by pollution and other environmental threats.

Were children put in danger when Chicago Public Schools charter schools hired 163 former CPS employees on a “do not hire” list? Chicago Board of Education Inspector General Nicholas Schuler joins us.

Why accepting cash could become a thing of the past. The growing trend for businesses to go cashless.

Chicago Survivors social worker JaShawn Hill with client Tyrone Blake.

A nonprofit offers free emotional and practical support to Chicagoans who lose loved ones to homicide.    

Weather forecasts say Chicago might see a third straight mild winter. Will that prediction pan out?

Watch the Oct. 24, 2017 full episode of "Chicago Tonight."

Meet Amy Bizzarri, the author of a new guidebook highlighting the unusual, unknown and often hidden side of Chicago.   

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An open letter details sexual harassment in state political circles as lawmakers return to Springfield for the fall veto session.