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Wednesday, December 12, 2012

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Wednesday, December 12, 2012

City Council honors fallen Chicago firefighter | VIDEO
Chicago City Council issued a proclamation Wednesday morning recognizing fallen Chicago Fire Captain Herbert ''Herbie'' Johnson for his service and his bravery.

Victim in drunken worker crash could get $6.25M | VIDEO
The Chicago City Council meets Wednesday on whether to approve a $6.25 million settlement in a crash involving a drunken city worker.
Donne Trotter due in court on plane gun charges | VIDEO
New developments are expected in court Wednesday morning in the case of a state senator charged with trying to board a plane with a gun in his bag.
Girl, 14, missing 2 weeks
Police say a girl has been missing on the Far South Side for two weeks, though she has been spotted in the area.
Funeral for Schaumburg student killed in hit-and-run
Family and friends of a Schaumburg High School senior killed by a hit-and-run driver last weekend say their final goodbyes Wednesday.
Balkan street food burek made by hand | VIDEO
Eastern Europeans flock to City Fresh Market in West Rogers Park for burek, a stuffed phyllo dough pastry that's popular in the Balkans.


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Watch Katie @ 3PM Happy 12/12/12! Can you believe the year is almost over? On this episode of Katie, we're taking a look back at the good, the bad and the ugly, the OMG, LOL and the TBH (that's "To Be Honest," for those that don't know!).

ABC7 Special: Cardinal George ready to retire As Cardinal George continues cancer treatment, he sat down with ABC7's Alan Krashesky to discuss his health and future.

Special Segment: When Called to Resign
Cardinal Francis George begins chemotherapy
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Wednesday's Daily Brief: Surveys Reveal What Public Really Wants In A Fiscal Cliff Deal, Michigan Governor Signs Anti-Union Bill

Wednesday, December 12, 2012
Michigan Governor Signs Controversial Anti-Union Bills Into Law
U.S. Formally Recognizes Syrian Rebels
BREAKING: Mall Shooting In Portland
The Top 9 Topics On Google In 2012
Renowned Beatles Influencer Dead At 92
Rev. Al Sharpton: We Have a Right to Fight Back Against Right-to-Work Laws
Whether it's a statutory initiative, a veto referendum or an outright recall election, we must take action in Michigan and anywhere workers' rights are under threat. There has been far too much sacrifice to secure our ability to collectively bargain and create fairer working conditions for us to give up now.
RZA: Django: Rugged And Raw
As with Inglourious Basterds, in Django Tarantino once again seems to speak directly to the heart and from the minds of the characters he is writing for, and taps into the imaginatively creative and fantastical outcome that makes this a great movie experience.
Kristen Mark: Female Orgasm: Serving an Evolutionary Function?
Why do women have orgasms? Most of the time, I'm so occupied with answering questions about why some women don't have orgasms that I rarely stop to think about why women do have orgasms. It's a good question, really.
Robert Reich: As Washington Fiddles Over the Fiscal Cliff, the Real Battle Over Inequality Is Happening in the Heartland
As money concentrates at the top, so does power. That concentrated power generates even more entrenched wealth at the top, and less for the middle class and the poor. The result has been a degree of inequality not witnessed since the days of the robber barons.
Diana Butler Bass: Fox News' War on Advent
Ancient Christian saints, theologians and evangelists would be horrified that those who claim to stand for tradition have forgotten the most important aspect of it. Jesus Christ was not born that human beings would spend December shopping or saying, "Merry Christmas."