Republican gubernatorial candidate Bruce Rauner has told his life story through commercials, interviews, and articles. Are you curious about the life events Rauner’s campaign hasn’t revealed? One reporter has the answers.

The University of Illinois at Chicago and the University of Chicago are still in the bid for housing the Obama Presidential Library. 

Figuring out how to invest your money can be a very complicated matter. Chicago Tonight takes a look at the world of hedge fund investing.

Advancements in technology necessitated the ability to handle and store large amounts of data. The founder of a big data storage company talks about the evolution of storage technology.

A rare respiratory virus is quickly spreading throughout the Midwest. In Chicago, 11 children have tested positive for the virus so far. 

We discuss how the NFL handled the Ray Rice domestic violence situation with our panel. 

We discuss the highs and lows of the speed limit debate with our panel.

Chicago Urban League Strives to Produce Opportunities

For nearly 100 years, the Chicago Urban League has been creating opportunities within the African American community.

We explore one of the city's largest and oldest neighborhood festivals.

We talk with a cardiologist who believes a vegan diet is good for your heart. 

Arts Program Teaches Young People to Find Their Voice

A vibrant 17-year-old with a beaming smile, Mekel Johnson walked into the room prepared for an interview that could grant him the opportunity to end his summer with a memorable trip.

We meet the Loyola University chef and "Hell's Kitchen" winner who will be leaving for Las Vegas to work in Gordon Ramsay's restaurant. 

The Life and Career of an Oscar Winner

Chicago native, comedian and Oscar-winning actor Robin Williams died at the age of 63. We take a look back at his life and career. 

In Swahili, Kusanya means to collect and gather the people and strengths within the community to build a stronger, more hopeful, and more peaceful neighborhood. Kusanya is also a café in Englewood which has embarked on a journey of bringing hope and love to the community. 

We sit down with experts to check in on the crisis in Iraq.

The discovery of a tiny cricket in a 20-million-year-old piece of amber that was found in the Dominican Republic more than 50 years ago offers new views into an ancient environment and how it once thrived.