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May 8, 2013 - Inching Closer to Pension Vote

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Senate President John Cullerton's version of pension reform passes out of committee. What comes next? We break things down with Chicago Sun-Times Springfield Bureau Chief Dave McKinney.

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August 24, 2016 - Full Show

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August 24, 2016 - Full Show

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August 23, 2016 - Full Show

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August 23, 2016 - Full Show

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August 22, 2016 - Full Show

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August 22, 2016 - Full Show

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The Week in Review: More Chicago Police Department Turmoil

Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson orders firings in the Laquan McDonald case.

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The Week in Review: More Chicago Police Department Turmoil

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Attorney for Brendan Dassey on Overturned Conviction

An update from the attorney of Brendan Dassey, an accused teen from "Making a Murder."

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Attorney for Brendan Dassey on Overturned Conviction

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CTU Considers October Strike if New Deal Not Struck

With no contract with CPS, Chicago teachers are looking at their second strike this year.

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CTU Considers October Strike if New Deal Not Struck

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Turbulence of 1930s America Gives Rise to Distinct Art

An exhibition at the Art Institute looks at the art movement of the Great Depression.

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Turbulence of 1930s America Gives Rise to Distinct Art

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Budget Watchdogs Reject ‘Optimistic’ $5.4B CPS Proposal

A day before CPS is set to vote on a budget, some analysts are expressing concerns.

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Budget Watchdogs Reject ‘Optimistic’ $5.4B CPS Proposal

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Labor Day Traffic Predicted to be Deadliest Since 2008

Labor Day traffic could be the deadliest in nearly a decade. We learn why.

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Labor Day Traffic Predicted to be Deadliest Since 2008

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Law Aims to Reduce Campus Sexual Assault, Protect Victims

A new law goes on the books in Illinois to deal with sexual assault on campus.

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Law Aims to Reduce Campus Sexual Assault, Protect Victims

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A Closer Look at Push to Fire Officers in McDonald Shooting

A deeper look into CPD Supt. Eddie Johnson's move to fire officers in McDonald shooting.

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A Closer Look at Push to Fire Officers in McDonald Shooting

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Gourmet Mushrooms Grow in Old Meatpacking Plant

Foodies can now get gourmet, specialty mushrooms grown in the heart of Chicago.

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Gourmet Mushrooms Grow in Old Meatpacking Plant

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