Tuesday, August 19, 2008

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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
The roller coaster stock market continues to keep investors up at night worrying about their money. Elizabeth Brackett and her panel weigh in on the tough economic times and offer some advice.

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Back-To-School Tips
The end of August is a tense time for students returning to school and for the parents who want to make sure their children are prepared. Dom Belmonte, the CEO of the Golden Apple Foundation, shares his back-to-school tips.

Chicago Matters
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is under fire for changing air quality standards across the nation. Tonight in our on-going "Chicago Matters: Growing Forward" series, Christian Farr looks at the dispute and how the change affects the Chicago area.

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Elizabeth Farnsworth
The investigation and prosecution of Chilean dictator General Augusto Pinochet is the subject of a new documentary, "The Judge and the General." It debuts on PBS tonight and will air on WTTW-11 at 10pm. We talk with the filmmaker, NewsHour correspondent Elizabeth Farnsworth.

Commentary
In tonight's Tuesday commentary, Mancow Muller shares his thoughts on twenty-something men.

Chicago Dancing Festival
We have a preview of the final night of the Chicago Dancing Festival.

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