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Viewer Mail

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We asked if you support a state income tax increase without further spending cuts. Here are some of your responses.

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Viewer Mail
Viewer Mail

Springfield Recap

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It's been a historic week for the Illinois General Assembly. Springfield lawmakers managed to pass the new 67 percent state income tax hike mere hours before the legislative inauguration. Gov. Quinn has also been sent legislation that would ban the death penalty in Illinois. Carol Marin has the latest.

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Springfield Recap
Springfield Recap

Reaction to Historic Tax Hike

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Critics are already predicting a massive business exodus now that the state income tax increase passed, but some say this could be just the budget savior Illinois has been waiting for.

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Reaction to Historic Tax Hike
Reaction to Historic Tax Hike

Mayoral Candidate Walls

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He's a perennial candidate for mayor and governor. So why does he think he has a shot at City Hall this time? We speak with William "Dock" Walls.

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Mayoral Candidate Walls
Mayoral Candidate Walls

'Ape' at Lincoln

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We find out why zoo officials and primate lovers across the country have gone "ape" over Lincoln Park Zoo's newborn baby gibbon.

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'Ape' at Lincoln
'Ape' at Lincoln

Latest on Tax Hike

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Newly inaugurated Illinois governor Pat Quinn is backing the 67 percent tax increase plan. But will it pass the general assembly? We have the latest on a very busy day in Springfield.

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Latest on Tax Hike
Latest on Tax Hike

Panel Discusses Tax Proposal

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Elizabeth Brackett and her panel debate whether the tax proposal is good enough to solve the state's long-term budget problems.

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Panel Discusses Tax Proposal
Panel Discusses Tax Proposal

Haiti: One Year Late

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One year after the devastating earthquake in Haiti, life is still far from normal on the island nation. We hear from a Chicago area relief worker in Haiti on what he's seeing on the ground there.

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Haiti: One Year Late
Haiti: One Year Late

New Book on Black History

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University of Chicago Professor Thomas Holt talks about his new book, Children of Fire: A History of African Americans.

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Children's Health Study

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What's behind rising rates of asthma, autism and other childhood diseases baffling doctors? A new long-term study launching in Cook County hopes to find out, and we tell you how your family can participate.

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Children's Health Study
Children's Health Study

Ivan Albright | Terra Foundation Artbeat Special

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Famously frightening works of art. We take a closer look at The Art Institute's huge collection of paintings and drawings by provocative Chicago artist, Ivan Albright.

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Ivan Albright | Terra Foundation Artbeat Special
Ivan Albright | Terra Foundation Artbeat Special

Inauguration in Springfield

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It's Inauguration Day at the capitol and the state is suffering its biggest budget deficit in history. Carol Marin joins us live from Springfield with the latest on how Governor Quinn's tax hike plan is being received and more.

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Inauguration in Springfield
Inauguration in Springfield

Mayoral Race Update

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The mayoral candidates talked city pensions today. Gery Chico, Miguel del Valle and Carol Moseley Braun all say they should not be cut back for current employees. But Rahm Emanuel says they should. Elizabeth Brackett has the latest.

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Mayoral Race Update
Mayoral Race Update

Tap Water Concerns

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Hundreds of millions of gallons of water flow throughout Chicago taps every day. But is the water safe to drink? A recent environmental study has set off alarms on Capitol Hill and at the EPA. Ash-har Quraishi takes a look at "Chromium-6."

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Tap Water Concerns
Tap Water Concerns

No. 1 in Gas Prices

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Chicago has the highest gas prices in the nation. Newsradio 780's Kris Kridel has that and more in our business report.

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No. 1 in Gas Prices
No. 1 in Gas Prices

Interview with Watkins

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Patricia Van Pelt-Watkins may not be a household name yet - but after raising hundreds of thousands of dollars, the mayoral candidate could be soon. Watkins discusses her candidacy for mayor and more.

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Interview with Watkins
Interview with Watkins

Grammy-Nominated Laurie Anderson

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Performance artist and Glen Ellyn native Laurie Anderson tells us about her latest work, her third Grammy nomination and life with husband, Lou Reed.

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Grammy-Nominated Laurie Anderson
Grammy-Nominated Laurie Anderson