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Wednesday, December 19, 2012

They call him "Bobby the Burger." He may be the world's leading expert on a particular hamburger machine. It was invented by his great-grandfather and some say it revolutionized fast food. Jay Shefsky has the story.

Is Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho a Christmastime movie? A new book about watching movies offers new ways to think about classic films.

It will be the first of its kind in the Midwest: affordable housing geared towards gay and lesbian senior citizens. We look at how and why the new building in Lakeview came about.

Saddled with heavy debt, the Field Museum is facing painful cuts. We talk with the museum president about how the museum will adapt.

The veto session ended with several big ticket issues still unresolved. We preview what is expected to be addressed at the beginning of the year.

A coalition of public employee unions fight back over efforts to reform the state's drastically underfunded pension system. Paris Schutz has more on what they're looking for.