Watch the Oct. 27, 2020 full episode of “Chicago Tonight.”
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Watch the Oct. 26, 2020 full episode of “Chicago Tonight.”
The Chicago Teachers Union reacts to plans for returning to in-person learning. How African American sororities are stepping up for one of their own. And a Pointer Sisters classic gets a reboot.
A day after reporting a record number of new COVID-19 cases over a 24-hour period in Illinois, state health officials said another 4,000-plus residents had become infected with the virus.
What you need to know about the so-called fair tax amendment. A win for Southwest Side residents fighting gentrification. Why Dia de los Muertos is a family reunion. And we visit a Peruvian kitchen.
Watch the Oct. 22, 2020 full episode of “Chicago Tonight.”
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Meet the highest-ranking Black woman in the Chicago Police Department and a trauma surgeon making safety his specialty. Also: the horrific history of racism on the small screen.
Pritzker: Trump is ‘modeling bad behavior’
Gov. J.B. Pritzker responds to criticism from the president Sunday as state health officials report more than 4,200 new cases of the coronavirus and a slight increase in the statewide test positivity rate to 5.3%.
Latino supporters of President Trump on the reasons behind their votes. Domestic violence is on the rise during the pandemic, especially for Latino households. And we check in with the “Tamale Guy.”
Watch the Oct. 15, 2020 full episode of “Chicago Tonight.”
Adicionalmente: Preguntas frecuentes del proceso de votación para los residentes de Chicago y los suburbios del condado de Cook
La votación temprana para las elecciones generales del 3 de Noviembre ha comenzado.
Watch the Oct. 12, 2020 full episode of “Chicago Tonight.”
With Sen. Kamala Harris on the ticket, advocates discuss the power of Black women at the ballot box. A throwback to funnyman Bernie Mac. And we’ll get a taste of some Black-owned restaurants.
State health officials reported more than 2,700 new cases of the coronavirus Sunday, bringing statewide totals to 319,150 cases and 8,984 deaths since the first infection was reported in Illinois in late January.
Community members in Little Village fight to retain their cultural identity. The need for LGBTQ role models. And in La Ultima Palabra: closing the health disparity gap for Latinos.