Viewers weigh in on the new Cook County sweetened beverage tax.
We hear from you about the the school funding debate in Springfield.
Viewers react to our discussion about the Chicago Sun-Times theater critic.
A new pricing structure at the Shedd Aquarium gets viewers talking.
Our story about a chicken-rental company gets viewers clucking.
Hear what viewers had to say about our discussion of whether or not hate crimes are on the rise.
Viewers summed up their thoughts about math after our talk with "Beyond Infinity" author Eugenia Cheng.
Viewers respond to Gov. Bruce Rauner’s statements on the state of Illinois’ finances.
Author Ted McClelland’s idea of annexing suburbs to Chicago to boost the city’s population had viewers talking.
Viewers wrote in with their thoughts on teaching cursive in schools.
Does President Donald Trump have a plan for Chicago violence? We hear from viewers.
Viewers reflect on Chicago State University’s crisis, WBEZ reporter Natalie Moore’s report on the Chicago Housing Authority, and the ethics of zoos.
Viewers weigh in on Lincoln Park Zoo’s urban wildlife monitoring program, a judge's order to pay Illinois legislators' salaries and state Rep. Will Guzzardi’s proposal to bar financially troubled schools from opening new charter schools.
It was tough to keep up with all of your comments on ketchup after last week’s Ask Geoffrey segment asking why Chicagoans skip the red stuff on their hot dogs.