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Monday, April 21, 2008

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News Analysis with Carol Marin
With six weeks left to go in the current legislature, how much have Illinois' lawmakers and the governor accomplished and what do they have left to do? Carol Marin and her panel check in on the state of state government.

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Thursday, April 17, 2008

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Children's Museum Update
The Chicago Children's Museum's plan to move from Navy Pier to Grant Park includes asking for a liquor license. Eddie Arruza tells us why.

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News Analysis with Elizabeth Brackett
A new study in today's Chicago Tribune says Chicago's drinking water contains small amounts of pharmaceuticals. Elizabeth Brackett and her panel discuss whether Chicagoans should think twice about drinking from the tap.

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Tuesday, April 15, 2008

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College Campus Security
A task force created by Governor Blagojevich to analyze college campus security in Illinois issued its report today. Eddie Arruza tells us what some of the recommendations are and the potential costs involved.

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Friday, April 11, 2008

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The Week in Review with Joel Weisman at 7pm
American Airlines grounds thousands of flights for hasty inspections, Senators Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton battle in Indiana, yet another Chicago Public School student murdered, customers fuming over latest ComEd rate hike proposal, Sam Zell considering selling once untouchable Tribune assets, cab drivers say new $1 gas surcharge hardly enough, and the Cubs and Sox back on the winning track.

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Wednesday, April 09, 2008

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American Airlines
American Airlines cancelled 1,000 flights today, including 138 flights at O'Hare, for jet wiring inspections. Rich Samuels reports.

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News Analysis with Eddie Arruza
Every 45 seconds, someone in the United States has a stroke. Eddie Arruza talks with stroke specialists about the latest advancements in treatment and prevention.

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American Art American City: Vanderpoel Art Collection

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American Art American City: Vanderpoel Art Collection

Vanderpoel Art Collection at the Park District Fieldhouse

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Friday, April 04, 2008

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The Week in Review with Joel Weisman at 7pm
The star witness at the Tony Rezko corruption trial says Governor Blagojevich knew about a $1.5 million shakedown, the number of Chicago Public School students murdered this school year reaches 22, drivers brace for lengthy Edens Expressway repairs, Midway Airport loses ATA to bankruptcy, and the Cubs and Sox stumble out of the gate.

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Wednesday, April 02, 2008

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News Analysis with Carol Marin
How successful has the city been in ending corrupt hiring practices? We ask the woman in charge of the settlement money. Guest: Federal hiring monitor Noelle Brennan

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Monday, March 31, 2008

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Rezko Trial Update
Rich Samuels has the latest from the corruption trial of top political fundraiser Tony Rezko.

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News Analysis with Carol Marin
Another Chicago Public School student was killed over the weekend as a result of gun violence. That's the 20th student killed violently since the beginning of the school year. Carol Marin talks to a panel of people who are on the front lines of finding a solution to this problem.

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Friday, April 18, 2008

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The Week in Review with Joel Weisman at 7 pm
Senators Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton square off in Philadelphia, another emergency evacuation on the Blue Line, Governor Blagojevich's presidential plans surface at the Rezko trial, Chicago's Olympic bid may be in trouble, Chicago police kill a wild cougar, the Museum of Science and Industry getting a multi-million dollar make-over, the Bulls fire their coach, and Cubs outfielder Alfonso Soriano injured.

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Wednesday, April 16, 2008

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Robert Sorich Update
Mayor Daley's former patronage chief Robert Sorich and his fellow defendants may be headed for prison. This comes after a panel of federal judges yesterday upheld their convictions. Rich Samuels has reactions from City Hall.

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News Analysis with Carol Marin
Carol Marin and her panel discuss what's next in the Sorich case and it's larger implications.

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Monday, April 14, 2008

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...SPECIAL SHOW: CPS Student Shootings...
We are devoting the entire hour to examine the recent violent deaths Chicago Public Schools students this year.

Inside a Victim's School
Douglass High School on the west side was one of the first schools to lose a student to murder this school year. Eddie Arruza talks to students, teachers and the outspoken principal of Douglass about living and coping in the line of fire.

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Thursday, April 10, 2008

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American Airlines Update
Elizabeth Brackett reports on the latest flight cancellations by American Airlines, expected to last for at least two more days.

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Tuesday, April 08, 2008

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CTA and Google
Rich Samuels reports on the new relationship between the CTA and Google.

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Monday, April 07, 2008

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Chicago Children's Museum
The battle over the proposed move of the Chicago Children's Museum to Grant Park heated up today. Rich Samuels brings us up-to-date on some high-profile endorsements of the plan.

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Thursday, April 03, 2008

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News Analysis with Eddie Arruza
There was some stunning testimony at a congressional hearing today as Federal Aviation Administration whistleblowers told of lapses in airline safety inspections. Was the flying public put in jeopardy? Eddie Arruza and his panel take a look at the problems plaguing the airline industry.

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Tuesday, April 01, 2008

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Rezko Trial Update
Rich Samuels has the latest from the Rezko corruption trial.

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News Analysis with Elizabeth Brackett
Massive layoffs at Channel 2 shocked the local TV landscape. Elizabeth Brackett and her panel take a closer look at the bloodletting and assess the future of local news.

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