We look at the Chicago Sky’s championship-winning impact on women’s sports. Plus a documentary on the legacy of Harold Washington. And a breakout choreographer for the Joffrey Ballet.
A new law changes the landscape for immigrants in Illinois. Puerto Ricans protest over the island's power grid. Plus, sustainability and savings at local resale shops.
Live from Joliet. Plans to spur development near CTA stations. The debate over parental leave time. A local musician on virtual performances. And a Chicagoan whose love of aquariums led to a business.
The latest on Chicago police officers getting vaccinated. One-on-one with U.S. Attorney John Lausch. Illinois lawmakers head back to Springfield. And documenting the South Side’s history.
Reaction to a viral video of students kneeling to a Spanish song at a school dance. Plus, addressing lagging vaccination rates among Latinos. And efforts to get more women involved in conservancy.
City Council approves e-scooters for the city. Community development in North Lawndale. Superman’s bisexual son. And the Bears take on the Packers. That and more.
Details into the turmoil at the Chicago Park District. A major investment in South Chicago. The rise of the Chicago Sky. Baseball and art intersect with new White Sox murals, and much more.
DACA recipients experiencing renewal delays. Plus, the local impact of National Coming Out Day. And a new mural celebrating Latinos in baseball. On “Chicago Tonight: Latino Voices’” 50th show.
Why Chicago’s Black population is dwindling. Plus, from wrongfully convicted to defense attorney in our next Book Club pick. Jesse Jackson on his 80th birthday. And more on “Chicago Tonight: Black Voices’” 50th show.
President Biden’s in town to tout vaccine mandates. Live from Uptown. The Rev. Jesse Jackson turns 80. Cook County Board President Preckwinkle proposes a spending budget. And a Bears versus Raiders preview.