Elizabeth Brackett has the latest from the trial of former police commander Jon Burge.
Inside Chicago's Museum of Contemporary Art. We speak with the director of the MCA about her vision for the future -- and competing with the Art Institute's Modern Wing.
We learn the history behind the stars on the Chicago flag in tonight's edition of Ask Geoffrey.
There's been a flurry of activity in Springfield. We have the latest news on the new state budget, Governor Quinn's amendatory veto of the McPier bill and more -- live from the Capitol with the Chicago Sun-Times' Dave McKinney.
We talk with Blackhawk and NBC broadcaster -- and Chicago native -- Eddie Olczyk about the upcoming Stanley Cup Finals, and his own days as a Hawk.
The Lurie Garden is in full glory in Millennium Park. We talk with the gifted gardeners who have helped this urban oasis grow healthy and green.
It was another wild day on Wall Street. Elizabeth Brackett and her panel take a closer look at the market's recent volatility. They also have some advice for the average investor.
Sue, the Field Museum's iconic T-Rex, is being brought to life with the help of cutting-edge technology. We get a behind-the-scenes look at the making of RoboSue.
For the seventh year in a row, a pair of pigeon-eating peregrine falcons has started a family atop the Evanston Public Library. Bird lovers are delighted; pigeons are not. Eddie Arruza gives us a peak at the nest housing three fledgling falcons.
Facebook is the most popular social networking site on earth, but it has come under fire over how much of your personal information it shares with others. The site claims it is tightening its security policies, but will they go far enough? Eddie Arruza and his panel take a look.
We preview Joel Weisman's interview with Blackhawks legends Bobby Hull, Stan Mikita, and Tony Esposito.
We fly on a fully restored World War II bomber, and meet a man who flew 35 missions as a tail gunner.
The long-awaited trial of former police commander Jon Burge officially commenced today. He is accused of perjury and obstruction of justice surrounding alleged torture of suspects in his South Side police district. Carol Marin and her panel take a look at the charges and the trial.
The Everyday Advocate: Standing Up for Your Child with Autism
We talk with the author of a new book that gives parents tools to help advocate for a child with autism.
Live music tonight from a critically acclaimed young band from Chicago -- Canasta.
As the crisis in the Gulf of Mexico worsens, we look at the future of offshore drilling.
Fire up the barbecue -- we get Memorial Day tips from the guru of the grill, Steven Raichlen. He's the host of the PBS series Primal Grill and the author of the new book Planet Barbecue!