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The country’s top law enforcement officer visits Chicago. We’re live In Your Neighborhood, Bronzeville. A program to keep drug users out of jail is expanding. And translating brain waves into text.

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A historic agreement on civilian oversight of the Chicago Police Department — our Spotlight Politics team weighs in. The new chief who investigates police misconduct. Colleges prepare to reopen.

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One-on-one with Gov. Pritzker as he plans his reelection bid. Congress members on whether an infrastructure deal is near. New research on the impact of COVID-19. And Chicago art in unlikely places.

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The mayor announces a deal to create a civilian police oversight board. Gov. Pritzker makes his reelection bid official. Portillo’s plans to go public. The environmental impact of electric vehicles. 

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Keeping teens engaged during the summer. Remembering the life of civil rights icon John Lewis. Helping former drug abusers find a new lease on life. And the end of the state’s eviction ban.

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Araceli Gomez-Aldana of WBEZ guest hosts the 38th episode of “Latino Voices.” (WTTW News)

A new documentary on the LGBTQ Latino experience in Chicago. Two Latino festivals are making a comeback. And finding home away from home in a community garden.

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The state’s efforts to expand the marijuana industry. Child tax credit payments arriving. A little-known Frank Lloyd Wright apartment building. And Ravenswood is tonight’s In Your Neighborhood stop.

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Gov. J.B. Pritzker heads to D.C. to talk infrastructure at the White House. The nationwide battle over voting rights. The debate over police in schools. And the return of theater critic Hedy Weiss.

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U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin talks voting rights, gun violence and more. How Chicago Public Schools is spending its money next year. Are taxis making a return? And redrawing Chicago’s ward map.

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Chicago’s top cop meets with Biden on violence. How climate change could present problems for Chicago’s water infrastructure. Teaching Asian American history in Illinois. And billionaires in space.

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Cook County Chief Judge Tim Evans talks courts and crime. Local reaction to the unrest in Haiti. How a local woodworker brings his custom pieces to life. And we’re live from the South Loop. 

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President Biden touts his American Families Plan in McHenry County. Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx on the crime surge. Should the Tokyo Olympics go forward? And fairy houses in Chicago parks.

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The latest on a violent 4th of July Weekend in Chicago. The Florida condo collapse: could it happen here? Inside the Bears possible move to Arlington Heights. Meet the new president of Illinois Tech.

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A look at how Americans differ in defining their national identity. A distinctly Latino post of the American Legion. And the pandemic’s impact on plastic pollution and efforts to reduce consumption.

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The CPD strategy for a safe holiday weekend. The Trump Organization faces criminal charges. A new effort to make D.C. the 51st state. And we’re live “In Your Neighborhood” North Lawndale.

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The process to draw a new ward map begins. What’s in store for post-pandemic theater? The new editorial page editor for the Tribune. A new law allows college athletes to be paid for endorsements.