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Chicago Tonight

January 9, 2012 - Library Hours

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It's a first for Chicago -- all neighborhood libraries are now closed every Monday. Elizabeth Brackett and her panel talk about why, and if it could change.

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Chicago Tonight

The Week in Review: Legislative Veto Session Turns Ugly

Joel Weisman and guests discuss the legislative veto session, Chicago's deadly year & more

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The Week in Review: Legislative Veto Session Turns Ugly

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Chicago Tonight

December 1, 2016 - Full Show

Watch the Dec. 1, 2016 full episode of "Chicago Tonight."

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December 1, 2016 - Full Show

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Chicago Tonight

Giant Transit TIF Unanimously Passes City Council

Why the City Council on Wednesday voted unanimously to create a massive TIF district.

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Giant Transit TIF Unanimously Passes City Council

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Chicago Tonight

November 30, 2016 - Full Show

Watch the Nov. 30, 2106 full episode of "Chicago Tonight."

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November 30, 2016 - Full Show

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Chicago Tonight

Web Extra: The Week in Review: Legislative Veto Session

Joel Weisman and his guests talk about the poisonous atmosphere among lawmakers.

Web Extra: The Week in Review: Legislative Veto Session

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Chicago Tonight

Rauner Vetoes $215 Million CPS Pension Funding

What the governor's veto means for Chicago Public Schools.

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Rauner Vetoes $215 Million CPS Pension Funding

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Chicago Tonight

Tong’s Trains: Surprising Backstory of a WTTW Lunch Spot

Jay Shefsky has the story behind a neighborhood building with a train set in the basement.

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Tong’s Trains: Surprising Backstory of a WTTW Lunch Spot

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Chicago Tonight

Trump’s Business Entanglements Create Ethics Concerns

How Donald Trump’s global business empire could create potential conflicts of interest.

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Trump’s Business Entanglements Create Ethics Concerns

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Chicago Tonight

Ask Geoffrey: Where Does Chicago’s Water Go?

Geoffrey Baer dives into the history of Chicago’s water and other viewer questions.

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Ask Geoffrey: Where Does Chicago’s Water Go?

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Chicago Tonight

Budget Standoff Stiffens as GA Nears End of Session

It doesn’t look like Illinois' budget stalemate will be resolved anytime soon.

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Budget Standoff Stiffens as GA Nears End of Session

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Chicago Tonight

Controversial Energy Bill Gaining Support

Chicago Tonight reporter Amanda Vinicky tells us where things stand in Springfield.

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Controversial Energy Bill Gaining Support

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Chicago Tonight

O’Hare Workers Go On Strike

Travelers at O’Hare might have noticed a commotion Tuesday.

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O’Hare Workers Go On Strike

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