|

Viewers sound off on Amanda Vinicky’s interview Monday with Gov. Bruce Rauner.

|

Viewers weigh in on the new Cook County sweetened beverage tax.

|

We hear from you about the the school funding debate in Springfield.

|

Viewers react to our discussion about the Chicago Sun-Times theater critic.

|

A new pricing structure at the Shedd Aquarium gets viewers talking.

|

Our story about a chicken-rental company gets viewers clucking.

|

Hear what viewers had to say about our discussion of whether or not hate crimes are on the rise.

|

Viewers summed up their thoughts about math after our talk with "Beyond Infinity" author Eugenia Cheng.

|

Viewers respond to Gov. Bruce Rauner’s statements on the state of Illinois’ finances.

|

Author Ted McClelland’s idea of annexing suburbs to Chicago to boost the city’s population had viewers talking.

|

Viewers wrote in with their thoughts on teaching cursive in schools. 

|

Does President Donald Trump have a plan for Chicago violence? We hear from viewers.

|

Viewers reflect on Chicago State University’s crisis, WBEZ reporter Natalie Moore’s report on the Chicago Housing Authority, and the ethics of zoos.

|

Viewers weigh in on Lincoln Park Zoo’s urban wildlife monitoring program, a judge's order to pay Illinois legislators' salaries and state Rep. Will Guzzardi’s proposal to bar financially troubled schools from opening new charter schools.

|

Viewers reflect on the closing of Meyers Ace Hardware.

|

It was tough to keep up with all of your comments on ketchup after last week’s Ask Geoffrey segment asking why Chicagoans skip the red stuff on their hot dogs.