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(Photo: Matt Beard © 2017 Cirque du Soleil)

Go behind the scenes with the performers of Cirque du Soleil as they prepared for their latest show in Chicago.

Illinois joins a handful of states that require restaurants to provide some form of food allergen awareness and safety training. Learn about the new rules.

The U.S. Army Corp of Engineers says the best place to stop Asian carp from getting into the Great Lakes is the Brandon Road Lock and Dam in Joliet. But the state says the plan is too expensive for Illinois taxpayers and the shipping industry.

(Dmitry Korotkov / PETA)

As part of PETA’s eye-catching “Lettuce Ladies” campaign, South Elgin native Mysti Lee travels the globe promoting animal rights. 

Meet the Chicago physician who writes about her personal experiences dealing with breast cancer. 

After 10 years, the city and labor unions are preparing for a new round of contract negotiations. What you should know about the process.

It took three roll call votes Monday before an education funding bill passed in the Illinois House. In the end, there was still division on both sides of the aisle. We speak to lawmakers who voted for and against the measure.

Watch the Aug. 29, 2017 full episode of "Chicago Tonight."

The Illinois Senate has passed a new education funding measure that Gov. Bruce Rauner said he will sign into law.

Chicago has taken its first step toward having judicial oversight of its efforts to reform the Police Department, but not with the federal government. It’s doing it with the state of Illinois.