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Video of Adam Toledo’s fatal shooting by police is set to be released. An update on the Obama Presidential Center. CPS parents on an elected school board. An exhibit of digital art-turned-sculpture.

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A pause on the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. Local groups protest a police-involved killing in Minnesota. Canceling student debt. And a lawsuit to install pedestrian signals for the visually impaired.

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The push to get high school students back into classrooms. How colleges are handling student vaccinations. What you need to know about redistricting. The holy month of Ramadan begins.

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What’s being done to bring more Black and Latino developers into the real estate industry. Cook County’s new public defender. A call for more big brothers and sisters. Bringing energy to history. 

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Univisión's Alex Hernández hosts Chicago Tonight: Latino Voices. (WTTW News)

Calls to reform the police department’s foot pursuit policy. Community organizers lead the charge in getting Latinos vaccinated. A Pilsen mural highlights neighborhood residents. And La Última Palabra.

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Charges filed in the shooting of a 21-month-old. Live at Sox opening day. Fermilab discoveries that could alter our understanding of the universe. And should the U.S. boycott the Beijing Olympics?

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Plans to get CPS high school students back to class stall. A study on who the January 6th Capitol rioters are. Why COVID-19 vaccines may not be as effective for immunocompromised individuals and more.

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Vice President Harris in town, getting vaccine equity, Congress members on the fate of the infrastructure bill, the future of public transit, and the redevelopment of the Michael Reese Hospital site.

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The governor signs bills impacting Chicago teachers and firefighters. The latest on the police shooting of a 13-year-old boy. The debate over vaccine passports. New travel guidelines from the CDC.

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New arts leaders weigh in on the comeback of Chicago’s art scene. We remember Loyola’s 1963 championship team and the adversity they faced. Rare color photos of Martin Luther King, Jr. in Elmhurst.

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Araceli Gómez-Aldana hosts "Chicago Tonight: Latino Voices" (WTTW News)

President Biden’s immigration policy. What shutting down payday loans could mean for vulnerable borrowers. And blending Mexican flavors and Jewish pastries.

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Live from Wrigleyville on opening day. Plus, inside the new PBS documentary on Oak Park-born Ernest Hemingway. Chicago Amazon employees take labor action, why a grief pandemic may be on the horizon, and how to prevent sewer overflow.

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Dr. Allison Arwady on rising COVID-19 cases. A new report on CPD's compliance with a federal consent decree.  A study on the effect of banning assault weapons. What exactly is the filibuster? And more. Watch the March 31, 2021 full episode of “Chicago Tonight.”

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Congress members on President Biden’s immigration package. A study of COVID-19 long haulers. Debating universal basic income. Efforts to water down Illinois’ tough biometrics law. Chicago’s box boom.

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Vaccination eligibility expands in Chicago. President Biden is expected to unveil his infrastructure plan — what’s in it for Illinois? New buyers for the Tribune emerge. We explore powerline fishing.

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Evanston makes history by passing a reparations ordinance for Black residents. A “professional troublemaker” joins us for this week’s Black Voices Book Club. Remembering broadcaster Bill Campbell.