After one of the wettest Aprils in Chicago history, Eliza Fournier from the Chicago Botanic Garden joins Chicago Tonight at 7:00 pm to offer spring gardening pointers.
Joel Weisman and his panel of journalists take a closer look at the $500 million plan to renovate rundown Wrigley Field.
View a slideshow of flood photos from Chicago Tonight viewers, producers and reporters. Submit your flood photos here and we will add them to the photo gallery.
How prepared are we to deal with a flood of today’s magnitude, or worse? We talk with area officials and a National Weather Service meteorologist to discuss today’s reaction and the future.
We see the flood through your eyes — and cameras—when we look at YouTube videos from Chicago's heavy rainfall.
After days of rain, severe thunderstorms dumped nearly five inches of precipitation Wednesday and overnight into Thursday morning, flooding highways and roads across the city. We have the latest updates on closures and weather. Submit your flood photos here.
Bringing Chicago's electric grid into the 21st century. Ash-har Quraishi has the story.
The Illinois House passed a medical marijuana bill by a 61-57 vote.
Federal authorities raid Sacred Heart Hospital, arresting four doctors and two executives for what authorities called a "far-reaching" Medicare and Medicaid kickback scheme that included unnecessary, invasive and deadly medical procedures. We have the latest.
William Strauss, senior economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, joins us to discuss how the Midwest is doing on the road to economic recovery.
Gold rises after a steep decline, medical devices and generic drugs struggle, and DePaul weighs its options for a new basketball arena. Kris Kridel of WBBM Newsradio 780 and 105.9FM joins us to discuss this week's top business headlines.
Sixty-six years ago this week, Jackie Robinson made his historic debut in the major leagues. Two former Negro League players, and Jackie Robinson biographer Jonathan Eig, reflect on Robinson's legacy and accomplishments.
Chicago Tonight spoke with local marathon runners to get their reaction to the Boston Marathon bombings.
"Building Bridges" was a hallmark of the 14-year tenure of Ireland's former President Mary McAleese. She joins us to talk about her legacy, as well as her support for women priests and gay marriage.
The new artistic director of the Chicago Philharmonic gives us a peek at the orchestra's new season; and members bring us some music.
A Chicago resident who was standing on the sidelines between the two explosions at the Boston Marathon today describes the experience.
We take a look at the political career and legacy of Chicago's first African-American mayor, Harold Washington.
Bud Herseth, the legendary Chicago Symphony Orchestra trumpeter, died Saturday at 91. We revisit our 2004 conversation with Herseth -- as well as John Callaway's 1978 conversation with prima ballerina Maria Tallchief -- who died last week as well.
The world’s first Mariachi opera is being performed by Lyric Opera of Chicago. We hear from Lyric’s General Director, Anthony Freud -- who commissioned the work -- and hear some selections from the opera that is taking Chicago’s Latino community by storm.