Monday, December 18, 2006
Cook County Circuit Court Clerk Dorothy Brown made her Chicago mayoral candidacy official today. And Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr.'s wife Sandi says she wants to be the 7th Ward alderman. Rich Samuels has the latest on the lineups for the February municipal elections.
News Analysis with Carol Marin
The Bears' embattled Terry "Tank" Johnson's fate was postponed today at Halas Hall. The defensive tackle was not cut from the team, but there were no assurances that he wouldn't be cut within the week. Carol Marin and her panel take a look at his behavior and how the sports world is reacting. Guests: Lester Munson, Fred Mitchell and Eric Zorn
Bears Alumni Club
With a second chance for an overtime field goal, Robbie Gould clinched home field advantage for the Bears playoffs. On tonight's Bears Alumni Club, Glen Kozlowski analyzes what went right and wrong in yesterday's game.
It is this year's hot holiday gift item. The Playstation 3 is creating a great deal of the hype this Christmas. But why are people willing to pay more than it is worth? Christian Farr will take a closer look.
Critic for a Day
We review "The Pursuit of Happyness," the movie inspired by the story of once-homeless Chicago business mogul, Chris Gardner. ABC7's Cheryl Burton is our "critic for a day".
The Do-It-Yourself Messiah is one of the most beloved holiday traditions in Chicago, and it returns to the Civic Opera House this week. Fawn Ring has the story on the Artbeat.
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