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With the over-65 population in the U.S. expected to grow significantly in the coming decades, financial exploitation of senior citizens will increase dramatically, according to a new book.

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We have some timely tax tips from Dave Henderson of Duggan Bertsch.

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Now that spring-like weather is actually here, what should you do with your tulips and other flowers? Eliza Fournier from the Chicago Botanic Garden joins us to offer spring gardening pointers. Read tips from Chicago Botanic Garden's May gardening checklist.

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The Chicago Botanic Garden’s Eliza Fournier joins us to talk about spring gardening. She brings tips and reminders on how to clear out the damage from a long Chicago winter and prepare for bountiful seasons ahead.

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Read an interview with Darryl Lane, Senior Talent Acquisition Lead at Skills for Chicagoland’s Future, about employment tips, and view a graph of Chicago’s unemployment rate compared with state and national levels.

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With tax season upon us, local tax expert David Henderson joins us to guide you through the process and alert you of any new deductions you may be eligible for.

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Are some of the plants in your garden already dying? Or are the top-heavy plants face down in the mud? The Chicago Botanic Garden’s Eliza Fournier joins us. Read her summer gardening tips.

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After one of the wettest Aprils in Chicago history, Eliza Fournier from the Chicago Botanic Garden joins Chicago Tonight at 7:00 pm to offer spring gardening pointers.

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Tomato time is just around the corner. The Chicago Botanic Garden's Eliza Fournier joins us to plant some ideas about container gardens and spring projects.

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Buying a car can be stressful. Jon Yates, the Chicago Tribune's "Problem Solver," offers car shoppers tips on how to make the experience a little less unnerving.

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Courtesy Mayo Clinic

Heart disease is the number one killer of men and women. We talk with Dr. Martha Grogan, the medical editor of a new book about heart health from the Mayo Clinic. 

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Eliza Fournier

Autumn leaves may be coming down, but there's still time to plant and prepare for next year. Our resident gardening expert, Eliza Fournier, is here with tips for the season.

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Davis Schneiderman

Copy from your friends? Don't read your notes? Sounds like ways to get kicked out of college, not the keys to success, right? Wrong. We hear from a local college professor who shares these and other unconventional tips for incoming college freshmen.

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