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When is less more? A new book highlights the pros and cons of parents who hover, even into college.

Our story on the state closure of emission testing facilities within the city of Chicago got viewers talking. Hear what they had to say when we read feedback from the Chicago Tonight website, and our Facebook and Twitter pages.

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While hundreds of high schoolers picked up college acceptance letters Tuesday, others were getting their first professional workplace experience in a new CPS vocational training program.

The Chicago Public Library’s revamped Chinatown branch opened last year with a feng shui-influenced interior design and expansive views of the city. A design competition for three new CPL branches kicks off next year. (Steven Kevil / Wikimedia Commons)

A new partnership between the Chicago Housing Authority and Chicago Public Libraries will put affordable housing and learning centers under the same roof in three city neighborhoods.

Though community college is expected to last only two years, it's a long road for many students. A look at how some students are getting plenty of support along the way.

Watch the Oct. 25, 2016 full episode of "Chicago Tonight."

The Democratic and Republican candidates for Illinois Comptroller join us to make the case for why they deserve your vote.

Should the practice of assigning bail to defendants go away? Why a growing group of stakeholders and public officials say most defendants should simply be let out for free.

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