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    Chicago Tonight

    In Final Days as Governor, Rauner Opens Up

    Outgoing Gov. Bruce Rauner reflects on the past four years.

    In Final Days as Governor, Rauner Opens Up

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    Chicago Tonight

    No Signs of Sickout Among Chicago TSA Agents

    The federal shutdown is causing a lot of worries among government employees.

    No Signs of Sickout Among Chicago TSA Agents

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    Chicago Tonight

    50-Year-Old Housing Discrimination Case Reaches Settlement

    A 50-year-old lawsuit against the Chicago Housing Authority is coming to an end.

    50-Year-Old Housing Discrimination Case Reaches Settlement

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    Chicago Tonight

    Nestor Gomez: Chicago’s Champion Storyteller

    Live storytelling has become its own competitive sport. Jay Shefsky has this profile.

    Nestor Gomez: Chicago’s Champion Storyteller

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    Chicago Tonight

    #DeleteFacebook: Is It Time to Say Farewell to Facebook?

    Some Facebook users are pulling the plug on the social media platform.

    #DeleteFacebook: Is It Time to Say Farewell to Facebook?

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    Chicago Tonight

    Innovative Duo Made Big Impact on Advertising Landscape

    The Chicago husband-and-wife design team invented the Doublemint Twins.

    Innovative Duo Made Big Impact on Advertising Landscape

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    Chicago Tonight

    New Book Looks at Publications on Chicago’s Image, Impact

    A new book talks books about Chicago. Which ones made the cut?

    New Book Looks at Publications on Chicago’s Image, Impact