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.
We share some of your reactions to our 4th Ward aldermanic forum.
Viewers weighed in on our story about a study looking at the root causes of gun violence. Hear the details when we read feedback from our website and social media accounts.
Viewers weigh in on President Donald Trump’s executive order on immigration and refugees.
Viewers sound off on our interview with Mayor Rahm Emanuel.
Viewers spoke up about our conversation with Dean Angelo, the president of the Chicago police union.
Our story about Pritzker Elementary School’s lack of a librarian drew strong opinions on both sides, and our story on social media and violence prompted your remarks.
We share your thoughts about Paris Schutz’s conversation Wednesday with Gov. Bruce Rauner.
Viewers were nearly unanimous in their disapproval for the six state lawmakers suing Illinois for their paychecks.
Here’s what some of you had to say about Chicago immigrants worried about their status since the election when we read feedback from the Chicago Tonight website, and our Facebook and Twitter pages.