There has been an outpouring of support for veteran “Chicago Tonight” journalist Elizabeth Brackett, who was critically injured in a bicycle accident Wednesday morning.

Your thoughts about a pilot program that lets some state workers bring their newborns to the office.

Your responses to a Harvard scientist’s research into climate change.

Your thoughts about an old oil pipeline in the Straits of Mackinac and whether it’s potentially dangerous to our drinking water.

Reaction to our recent conversation with the authors of a controversial Chicago magazine article.

Your thoughts about the potential ramifications of a Chinese company drawing 7 million gallons of water a day out of Lake Michigan.

Your thoughts on the effects of screen time on young children, and react to our story about a Chicago man who stumbled across a rare and valuable work of art at a thrift store.

Your thoughts on a new model of car-sharing that may come to Chicago called “free-floating” car-sharing.

Viewers react to our story about where Trader Joe’s gets some of its pork products.

Your heartfelt reaction to Jay Shefsky’s story about five men with intellectual disabilities living together in Park Ridge.

Our story about so-called “congestion pricing” has a lot of you talking. We read comments from the Chicago Tonight website, and our Facebook and Twitter pages.

Earlier this week we spoke with PBS travel host Rick Steves about his advocacy for legalizing marijuana. Viewers weighed in with opinions on both sides of the debate.

The soda tax repeal was met with cheers from some Chicago Tonight viewers.

Viewers weigh in on bike safety following our roundup of Chicago cycling news.

Viewers had mixed opinions about former Gov. Rod Blagojevich, who granted his first prison interviews this week.

Viewers sound off on Amanda Vinicky’s interview Monday with Gov. Bruce Rauner.