Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel will not seek a third term. We get reaction to the news from City Council.
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Eddie Arruza and guests discuss the impact of politicians’ remarks.
Prosecutors seek to hold Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke in contempt of court. What impact will the highly anticipated case have on Mayor Emanuel’s re-election campaign? And is Cubs manager Joe Maddon on thin ice?
State Rep. La Shawn Ford and the Rev. Anthony Williams offer their answers to Chicago’s epidemic of violence.
Horse-drawn carriages have trotted along Chicago’s downtown streets for decades, but an ordinance making its way through City Council could outlaw the industry for good.
Eddie Arruza and guests discuss President Donald Trump’s mounting legal woes and how they could impact Chicago politics.
A new poll shows a sizable lead in the race for governor. Juries convict two in the murder of Hadiya Pendleton. A renewed push for a Chicago casino. And a controversial acquisition for the Cubs.
With the stated mission of providing low-income housing, an Ohio-based nonprofit received millions in loans and tax breaks. But a Chicago Tribune investigation has uncovered a pattern of mismanagement and broken promises.
Two certified organic gardens on opposite sides of the city provide benefits to the environment and nearby communities.
In Illinois last year, more than 2,300 bridges were classified as “structurally deficient” – including three spanning Lake Shore Drive. We talk aging infrastructure in Chicago and beyond.
The president proposes a new branch of the military for space defense. Local experts weigh in on Space Force.
There is a strong sense of distrust between Chicago police and some of the communities they serve. How does the city repair this relationship?
Chicago’s most violent weekend in two years prompts criticism – and more cops on the streets. Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani endorses “Jerry” McCarthy – and then Garry McCarthy – for mayor. And Sinclair Broadcasting will not have a home in Chicago.
Each year, self-proclaimed “rednecks” try to rid the Illinois River of Asian carp – one flying fish at a time. We visit the small town of Bath for a look.
Protesters are poised to take over Wrigleyville on Thursday. Organizers of the march are here to tell us why.
A local institution holds handwritten lyric sheets belonging to the biggest-selling music artists of all time. We get a peek at this collection of cultural artifacts.
Chicago is losing its last waterfall. We follow up on an earlier story to see the beginning of its demolition in River Park.
A ProPublica Illinois investigation uncovers allegations of abuse, inappropriate relationships and threats at nonprofit shelters housing migrant children. We speak with reporter Melissa Sanchez.
For the next several days, the celestial event calendar includes some stellar highlights for observers in Chicago and around the globe.
Balbo Drive isn’t getting renamed anytime soon, but a stretch of Congress Parkway will be named after African-American journalist and anti-lynching activist Ida B. Wells. What else is causing controversy.
He has represented Chicago’s 22nd Ward since 1993 but announced Monday he will not run for re-election. Ald. Ricardo Munoz joins us to discuss his major career move.
The fatal shooting of a South Shore barber sparks outrage and protests. Could the Trump-Putin summit reshape the local political landscape? And Chance the Rapper is now an emerging media mogul.
Eddie Arruza and guests discuss the latest developments in the NFL’s national anthem policy.
Police and protesters clash after a fatal police-involved shooting. How can officers and community members come together?