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  • Chicago beauty expert Miss Spa

    The number of beauty products on the market can be overwhelming, especially as we recharge our skin for the summer.  We talked with Chicago beauty expert and founder of Miss Spa, Kate Kimmerle about the beauty ingredient heavyweights and what to look for on packaging to maximize their impact.

  • Employment and labor attorney discusses harassment in the workplace

    Sexual harassment is front and center in our national conversation. Kristen Prinz is an employment and labor attorney and founder of the Prinz Law Firm in Chicago. She is an expert about when that harassment happens in the workplace – where an employee has to put up with it, often as a quid pro quo  for a promotion, a raise or event just to keep their job.

  • Rockin’ for the Troops concert to be held in Geneva

    There’s a special event in the western suburbs this weekend to help support our soldiers. The 11th Annual Rockin’ for the Troops benefit concert is this Saturday in Geneva at Northwestern Medicine Field. It’s the biggest fundraiser of the year for Operation Support Our Troops America. Gates open at 2 p.m. For more information log on to http://www.osotamerica.org/events/​  

  • Mostly cloudy and cooler today, high near 41

  • 7-day forecast: weekend wind chill warning

  • Teenager sheds light on city segregation in photo essay

    To find out more about the project, click on link below: Connect Division  

  • 7-day forecast: Temps plunge to teens by Wed

  • NEIU’s quest for student housing could impact area buisness

    CHICAGO — It is the only state university without student housing.  North Eastern Illinois University broke ground last week in order to build the first of two dormitories on its’ main campus.   However it is the use of Eminent Domain for the 2nd  proposed site that has some nearby property owners upset. Many of the business owners along a stretch of West Bryn Mawr Ave are fighting to prevent Northeastern Illinois University from seizing the property that has belonged to […]

  • Man charged in fight over whether Michael Jordan or LeBron James is better

    STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) — Police say an argument over whether Michael Jordan or LeBron James is a better basketball player ended in a Pennsylvania man’s arrest on aggravated assault and other charges. The Centre Daily Times reports that 22-year-old Daniel Mondelice was first arrested early Saturday after fighting with another man over whether Air Jordan or King James reigns supreme. It wasn’t clear which player Mondelice backed. He was released on bond and told not to return. Instead, he […]

  • Chicago Peace Exchange develops young leaders to fight violence

    A group of Chicago young people is taking it upon themselves to fight the culture of violence. The Peace Exchange develops young leaders committed to peace and nonviolence through months of training ahead of an international trip to learn how other cultures live peacefully despite high levels of poverty. CLTV’s Monica Schneider spoke with two of these young “peace builders” ahead of their trip to Nicaragua.

  • Host and editor discuss JRW controversy

    Radio host, Harold Davis and publisher and editor of N’digo magazine Hermene Hartman sat down with CLTV’s Monica Schneider to discuss the Jackie Robinson West controversy.