Tuesday, July 08, 2008

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CTA Update
Cleaner buses and GPS technology are some of the CTA's latest efforts to expand its ridership. Rich Samuels shows us the agency's stronger detergents and more robust web presence.

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News Analysis with Elizabeth Brackett
Elizabeth Brackett and her panel take a closer look at Chicago's ever-changing media landscape, including news that the Chicago Tribune is cutting 80 newsroom jobs.

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Flood Pets
Some area pet shelters are filling up with a massive influx of homeless dogs and cats. This time, the devastating floods in downstate Illinois are to blame. Eddie Arruza reports on one shelter's desperate attempt to give new life to a number of uprooted pets.

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Heart Health
The South Beach Diet doctor joins us to talk about the sudden death of Tim Russert and gives some simple steps you can take to prevent a heart attack or stroke.

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Chicago Matters: Growing Forward
Why did Waukegan turn down $25 million to clean up one of the most polluted harbors on the great lakes? Rich Samuels looks at the future of Waukegan Harbor.

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Hedy Weiss Theater Reviews
Hedy Weiss joins us with three new theater reviews, including one for Cirque du Soleil's "Kooza" now on stage in Chicago.

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Commentary
Gerrard McClendon

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