Chicago Tonight's Paris Schutz gears up to attend the Republican National Convention next week.
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Powerful alderman ‘intends to cooperate fully’
Chicago City Council's watchdog says he will "immediately" investigate records controlled by Ald. Ed Burke.
City Council's recently appointed watchdog is looking at Chicago's most powerful alderman, and is investigating 20 more aldermen or aldermanic staff members for potential wrongdoing. We have the exclusive details.
A young girl begs Gov. Pat Quinn to "sack" a controversial bill that would prevent towns from getting rid of plastic bags. Paris Schutz has the story.
The clock is ticking while a pension reform deal is fading. Paris Schutz has the latest.
All three museums on Museum Campus will be closed Sunday May 20 during the NATO summit, according to staff members at the museums.
Need to catch a cab? The city hopes a new ordinance will ensure you have a safe driver and a modern, fuel-efficient vehicle. But some say the upgrades will be especially taxing on drivers. Paris Schutz has the story.
Oxygen is being used to treat sports injuries, diabetics, and cancer patients. Is it the new wonder drug or a bit of hot air? Paris Schutz has the story.
Taxpayers May Owe for Reconstruction
City taxpayers may not owe $1.1 million for Soldier Field and U.S Cellular Field reconstruction -- this year. But, Paris Schutz has more on why taxpayers may owe far more in the future.
Confluence of Conditions Creates Spectacular Chicago Autumn
Autumn colors are especially spectacular this fall. We tell you why and how long this peak season will last.
Logan Square at Nexus of ‘Holy’ Battle
A city ordinance allows free parking during certain hours in a neighborhood with heavy traffic. We find out how that has pitted neighbor against neighbor, and even residents against churches.
Cleanup Underway After Hail Storm
More than two months after a devastating hail storm took out its glass roof, Paris Schutz has the story on how Garfield Park Conservatory plans to put it all back together before winter arrives.
City Looks To Create Vibrant Public “Skypark” Where Freight Used To Pass
It may not look like much now, but the city has begun work on a major new "Skypark." Paris Schutz takes us for a spin on the much-anticipated Bloomingdale Trail.
Studio and Gallery at the Cultural Center caters to adults with developmental disabilities and mental illness
Using art to decode mental illness and developmental disabilities. Paris Schutz has more on what we can learn from a unique and talented group of Chicago artists.