The Illinois State Board of Education on Monday released its annual Report Card – a snapshot of accountability and achievement figures from students, schools and administrators across the state.
Artist Diana Thater on Friday unveiled immersive views of the natural world in a new show at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago.
The Cubs face another do-or-die game Tuesday night in Cleveland. What did this weekend's home games mean for the local economy?
Ghouls, wounds and zombies are just another day at the office for an Albany Park special effects shop.
Serving in the military can be dangerous, frightening and unpleasant – sometimes in ways you might not expect. How the military tackles loud sounds, bad smells and upset stomachs.
Viewers were unanimous in their disdain for aldermen griping over losing out on face-value World Series tickets. Hear the details when we read feedback from the Chicago Tonight website, and our Facebook and Twitter pages.
A national nonprofit watchdog group gives top grades to six Chicago hospitals in its latest ranking. See which ones made the cut.
We bring you part two of our story on a program that aims to stop the revolving door of the criminal justice system – from inside the Cook County Jail.
Event listing says participants in nightclub, church shooting scenarios would have to “face the consequences” of their actions.
On Friday, FBI Director James Comey revealed the agency is looking once again into emails from Hillary Clinton. “PBS NewsHour” correspondent Lisa Desjardins joins us from Washington, D.C., to discuss the development.
A massive cyberattack temporarily takes down major websites. Find out how hackers use household devices to wreak havoc online.
Cranes Stop at Local Wildlife Preserve During Migration
Jay Shefsky takes a road trip with some birders, and they stumble on a pair of rare and endangered whooping cranes.