The Chicago Cubs announced Friday the team would move forward without manager Rick Renteria.
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Rauner and the Gubernatorial Election
The Nov. 4 election is rapidly approaching, and Republican gubernatorial candidate Bruce Rauner isn’t any closer to revealing his plans for running the state. Rauner recently appeared before Crain’s editorial board, and Greg Hinz joins us to talk about Rauner’s visit and the upcoming election.
Motorola raises the curtain on the Moto X and its so-called "wearable," while Apple unveils two larger-sized iPhones and an upcoming watch. Two tech reporters give us their reviews of the latest smart gadgets hitting the market.
Chicago’s predominantly-white River North neighborhood was the scene of a candlelight protest to promote racial diversity.
CPS Grads to Get Leg Up in Fire Department Exam
The city is preparing to take applications for firefighters for the first time in almost a decade, but the plan to diversify the department is not sitting well with everyone. We take a look at the policy that gives preference to hiring CPS graduates from both sides of the spectrum.
A local professor has co-created a computer program that calculates age from a selfie. We talk about the development, process, and accuracy of the project FaceMyAge.
Hollye Jacobs was a nurse, social worker and child development specialist, when she found herself moving into the role of a patient. We revisit her journey through surviving breast cancer and her new book, The Silver Lining, a supportive guide to help other cancer survivors. Read book excerpts, view a slideshow, and read an interview with the book's photographer.
A breakdance show, a Scottish festival and Chicago's Pride Parade; Chicago Tonight knows what’s going on this weekend.
A food festival, a Star Trek convention, and a street art fair; Chicago Tonight knows what’s going on this weekend.
A comedy show, a tavern tour and a pirate-themed circus ; Chicago Tonight knows what’s going on this weekend.
A Chinese classic play, a workout event and a food tour; Chicago Tonight knows what’s going on this weekend.
Read an interview with Tedi McClain and Ebenezer Amalraj of Cook County Jail's Alpha Parenting Course.
Theater and Dance Critic of the Chicago Sun-Times, Hedy Weiss reviews a new production of "Avenue Q" – plus the latest from Lookingglass Theatre and more. Learn more about the plays reviewed by Hedy and watch web extra video reviews.
Last week the first formal draft rules for the Illinois Medical Cannabis Pilot Program were published. Program coordinator Bob Morgan explains the guidelines for patients, the changes that were made, and the future of the program.