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News Analysis with Elizabeth Brackett
The Obama team released the results of its own internal investigation into conversations and discussions his administration officials had with Gov. Blagojevich. Elizabeth Brackett and her panel take a look at the report.

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Chicago Matters: Growing Forward
Rich Samuels looks at the prairie restoration work being done in the Nachusa Grasslands.

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City Driving
Do city streets seem a bit more treacherous this winter? Ald. Tom Allen thinks so and says residents in his ward are livid. He tells us how the city should restore recent cutbacks it made to snow removal service.

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Blagojevich Corruption Scandal
Rich Samuels reports on the latest developments with the governor.

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County Budget
Cook County President Todd Stroger introduced his 2009 budget to county commissioners today. While he doesn't plan to raise taxes, he is asking commissioners to approve a pretty big loan to keep the county running. Christian Farr explains why some commissioners are concerned with that part of the budget.

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News Analysis with Elizabeth Brackett
Is the economic bailout plan working? A panel of financial experts will discuss this and the looming chatter about the automotive industry also possibly receiving financial aid.

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Chicago Matters: Growing Forward
What are the energy crops of the future? Rich Samuels tells us about new ways to make ethanol as we continue our Chicago Matters: Growing Forward series.

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Jennifer Hudson Family Tragedy
Rich Samuels has the latest on the murders of Jennifer Hudson's family members, including reactions from Mayor Daley in Police Supt. Jody Weis.

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City Budget
Mayor Daley's ordering a six-day partial shutdown of city government and unions are crying "foul." Rich Samuels fills us in on the eve of the mayor's budget message.

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8th Congressional District Forum
Elizabeth Brackett continues our candidate forums with Congresswoman Melissa Bean and her Republican challenger Steve Greenberg.

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Baseball Fever
The playoff fate of the White Sox will be decided tonight as the Cubs get ready for their first playoff game tomorrow. Rich Samuels has a look at how Chicago is gearing up for the playoffs.

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Chicago's Budget
Mayor Daley has just kicked off the first of three public hearings on next year's budget. Rich Samuels brings us the latest on how the mayor plans to fill the biggest budget hole he's ever encountered.

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News Analysis with Elizabeth Brackett
Governor Blagojevich today threatened to cut $1.5 billion in spending unless the house passes new revenues already approved by the senate. Elizabeth Brackett and a bipartisan panel of legislators take a look at whether the stalemate can be resolved by the July 9 deadline set by the governor.

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Budget & Blagojevich
Governor Blagojevich called on legislators to pass his $35 billion capital improvement plan sooner rather than later. Rich Samuels brings us up to date as deadlines approach in Springfield.

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News Analysis with Elizabeth Brackett
A new adoption study finds that legislation requiring 'colorblind' placement of minority youngsters should be changed. Elizabeth Brackett and her panel weigh in on the debate.

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News Analysis with Elizabeth Brackett
Chicago's vibrant concert scene might get a lot quieter if a proposal requiring pricey liability insurance and costly licenses comes to fruition in the City Council. Elizabeth Brackett and her panel weigh in on the debate.

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