Republican U.S. Reps. Don Manzullo and Adam Kinzinger are going after each other over who's more conservative and whose advertisements are more misleading.MORE ON THIS RACE: Discussion on Tuesday's Afternoon Shift with Steve Edwards
Democrats running for Congress in Chicago's northwest suburbs found very little to disagree about during a debate Wednesday at WTTW public television.MORE ON THIS RACE: Discussion on Thursday's Afternoon Shift with Steve Edwards
Friday, "Ebert Presents At the Movies" premieres on Channel 11/WTTW. The show’s format has been tweaked a little but it will still be anchored by two hosts. Joining the Associated Press’s Christy LeMire is a relatively unknown film buff from Chicago, Ignatiy Vishnevetsky.
The consensus in the media is that last night's mayoral forum was short on substantive news to takeaway. In short, it was a snooze fest. I don't mind though, because it gave me a chance to see our mayoral candidates up close and personal.
In their first major televised debate, candidates for Chicago mayor tried to prove to the 250 high schoolers in attendance - and everyone watching at home - that they know how to improve the city's schools, decrease the drop-out rate and prevent crime.Facing several dozen questions from the students
To get a sense of the education challenges facing Chicago’s next mayor, "Eight Forty-Eight" talked with some of the people most affected. Jeff Wright is a principal at King College Prep, a selective enrollment high school on Chicago’s South Side.