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Dan Tucker

Dan Tucker

Executive Producer, Reset

Dan is executive producer of WBEZ’s daily talk show Reset. He manages the show staff and the day-to-day production of the show. Prior to joining WBEZ in 2014, he was a producer and reporter at WNYC in New York where he focused on business, technology and local New York City news. Dan has an M.A. in Journalism from the City University of New York and a B.A. in English from Vassar College.

Need ideas for fun things to do in and around Chicago this summer? Let WBEZ’s arts and culture team be your guide.
Drowning can often be fast and silent. Reset gets tips on how to help someone you see struggling in the water.
The project is underway and is expected to wrap up in summer 2026.
Nearly 7 million people in the U.S. have Alzheimer’s Disease, according to the Alzheimer’s Association.
About two dozen student protesters set up tents on Deering Meadow Thursday morning. Police and school administrators responded quickly.
The Civilian Office of Police Accountability said it will “carefully review the actions of the involved police officers and their supervisors to determine whether training, policy and directives were properly followed.”
As WBEZ expands its coverage of the performing arts, Reset checks in with a new staffer on the theater he’s taking in.
A 2023 Supreme Court ruling removed decades-old protections for wetlands. Now, Illinois lawmakers are fighting back.
The author of ‘The Power of Habit’ is out with a new book on the neuroscience and psychology of how we communicate with one another.
Use of the gunshot-detection software ShotSpotter will end in Chicago, and early voting is on. Reset breaks down the big stories of the week.
Lurie Children’s targeted by hackers, Ventra app glitches, primary election approaches. Reset breaks down the big stories of the week.
In her latest book, Oluo aims to take our conversations on racism out of a place of pain and trauma and into a place of loving action.
The Doomsday Clock is a metaphor for “how close we are to destroying our world with dangerous technologies of our own making.”
An ordinance to be introduced Wednesday in Chicago’s City Council would raise emissions standards and force new buildings to go electric.
Hundreds of thousands of Chicago-area kids are home Tuesday after CPS and many suburban schools and daycares canceled classes.
Illinois voters filed a formal objection to Trump’s name appearing on the state’s ballot.