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Wednesday, February 13, 2013

We tell you about an organization that helps low-income residents prepare their tax returns for free.

Chicago Magazine’s Executive Editor, Cassie Walker Burke, is back on the show to tell us who made the publication’s 2013 list for the 100 most influential people in the city. 

Despite the sluggish economy the Dow is poised to hit an all-time high. Kris Kridel of WBBM Newsradio 780 and 105.9FM has this story, and more top business headlines.

The President laid out a list of agenda items for his upcoming term. But how realistic are they? And, what was the Republican response? We have analysis.

As Pope Benedict XVI prepares for his last weeks in office, we speak with Father Don Senior about what it's like to live in Vatican City. 

Chicago Public Schools releases a list of schools that are still being considered for closings. Elizabeth Brackett has the latest.

City Council passed much-debated and controversial new ethics rules today by a unanimous vote. Even aldermen who were disappointed at the final, watered-down rules still voted yes.  But the mayor said he didn’t agree with the final outcome.