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.
Stories by Daniel Tucker
Chicago buildings generate 70 percent of local greenhouse gas emissions.
A post-pandemic bloom might be upon Illinois as the state reopens Friday with a positive uptick in its fiscal year budget.
Ameya Pawar helps us wrap up our series on how community investment and economic development could work better in Chicago.
The name “Lake Shore Drive” is iconic, but some aldermen want to honor Chicago’s first non-native Black resident Jean Baptise Point DuSable.
Planning commissioner Maurice Cox and Deputy Mayor Samir Mayekar share their ideas on equitable economic development in Chicago.
Reset offers up a primer on Asian American history as Illinois is poised to become the first state to require the subject in high schools.
The mayor’s proposal is at odds with another plan that has the support of the Black, Latino and progressive caucuses in City Council.
TIFs are one of the main tools in the city’s economic development tool belt, but are often misunderstood due to a lack of transparency.
Chicago residents who are fully vaccinated are encouraged but no longer required to wear masks, including in businesses.
With the support of the Black caucus, Chicago’s City Council could have enough support to override a veto from Mayor Lightfoot