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Two Chicago aldermen introduced a resolution on Wednesday that would call for the city's animal shelters to limit euthanasia practices. 

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Hear what viewers had to say about Chicago Public Schools’ mariachi music program, Geoffrey Baer’s tour of Chicago’s rapid transit system and Ald. Ed Burke’s workers’ compensation program when we read feedback from the "Chicago Tonight" website, and our Facebook and Twitter pages.

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Efforts to pass a stronger plan making the City Council more accountable were sidelined yesterday. Aldermen tells us what happened behind the scenes.

Chefs Rally Against Antibiotics in Livestock

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Chicago chefs are rallying against the use of antibiotics in livestock. We revisit the discussion we had with our panel about what this means for city consumers and diners.

Chefs Rally Against Antibiotics in Livestock

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Chicago chefs are rallying against the use of antibiotics in livestock. We debate what this means for city consumers and diners with our panel.

Energy Drink Ban

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In tonight's Viewer Mail, we hear what you had to say about a proposal to ban high-caffeine energy drinks in Chicago.

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Ald. Burke agrees to show records on disability pay to City Council watchdog. But should the records be turned over to City Inspector General Joe Ferguson instead? Paris Schutz has the latest.

Powerful alderman ‘intends to cooperate fully’

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Chicago City Council's watchdog says he will "immediately" investigate records controlled by Ald. Ed Burke.

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City Council's recently appointed watchdog is looking at Chicago's most powerful alderman, and is investigating 20 more aldermen or aldermanic staff members for potential wrongdoing. We have the exclusive details.