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FOX 32 Sunday: Adam Pollet, Part 3

Adam Pollet, Director of the Ill. Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity, discusses some of Gov. Pat Quinn's policies and the economic future of the state. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Adam Pollet, Part 2

Adam Pollet, Director of the Ill. Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity, discusses why some business owners feel Illinois would rather see them leave than stay. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Adam Pollet, Part 1

Adam Pollet, Director of the Ill. Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity, discusses the recent drop in the state's unemployment rate and how it compares to other Midwestern states. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Judge Anne Burke

FOX 32's Darlene Hill interviews Judge Anne Burke, founder of the Special Olympics in Chicago. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Gery Chico

FOX 32 Sunday sits down with Illinois Board of Education Chairman Gery Chico to discuss a new way to fund education. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Martin Oberman

FOX 32 Sunday sits down with Metra Board Chairman Martin Oberman to discuss what's in store for the future of Metra. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Bob Fioretti

2nd Ward Alderman Bob Fioretti joins FOX 32 Sunday to talk about his ideas for Chicago pension reform and why he's against the mayor's proposed pension fix.
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FOX 32 Sunday: Doug Whitley, Part 2

Doug Whitley's infrastructure plan would divert some money from the state's general fund to transportation. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Doug Whitley, Part 1

Doug Whitley, spokesman for the Transportation for Illinois Coalition talks about a proposal for a raise in auto taxes to pay for infrastructure. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Thom Serafin

FOX 32 Sunday sits down with Public Affairs Consultant Thom Serafin of Serafin & Associates to discuss Obamacare and the elections. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: State Rep. Tom Cross, State Sen. Dan Kotowski

FOX 32 Sunday sits down with Candidate for Treasurer Tom Cross and State Senator Dan Kotowski to discuss Governor Pat Quinn. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Pastor Erwin Lutzer

FOX 32 Sunday sits down with Pastor Erwin Lutzer of The Moody Church to discuss The Moody Church's 150 years of service. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Toni Berrios defeated, Christian Mitchell wins

FOX 32 Sunday discusses Toni Berrios being defeated, as well as Christian Mitchell winning his election and Toni Preckwinkle giving him her support. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Interview with Sen. Mark Kirk

FOX 32 Sunday gets Sen. Mark Kirk's take on Gov. Quinn and Bruce Rauner. Also, his input on Sen. Dick Durbin as well as infrastructure funding. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Rev. Marshall Hatch

FOX 32 Sunday discusses Gov. Pat Quinn versus Bruce Rauner with Rev. Marshall Hatch of the New Mount Pilgrim Missionary Baptist Church. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Republican Debates

FOX 32 Sunday discusses the 2014 republican debates. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Senate candidate Doug Truax Pt. 1

FOX 32 Sunday sits down with Doug Truax, a republican running for the senate. We discuss issues from Obamacare to the Chicago Tribune endorsing his candidacy. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Senate candidate Doug Truax Pt. 2

FOX 32 Sunday continues the conversation with Doug Truax, a republican running for the senate. We discuss President Obama's handle on the conflict between Russia and Ukraine. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Ill. Sen. Bill Brady - Part 2

State Sen. Bill Brady joined FOX 32 Sunday and made his case as to why voters should make him the Republican candidate for Illinois governor. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Ill. Sen. Bill Brady

State Sen. Bill Brady joined FOX 32 Sunday and made his case as to why voters should make him the Republican candidate for Illinois governor. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Senator Dick Durbin Pt. 2

FOX 32 Sunday talks with Senator Dick Durbin about jobs and the economy, immigration reform and gay marriage. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Senator Dick Durbin Pt. 1

FOX 32 Sunday talks with Senator Dick Durbin about Obamacare. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Recreational marijuana in Colorado

FOX 32 Sunday takes a look at the legalization of recreational marijuana in Colorado. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Medical Marijuana

FOX 32 Sunday discusses medicinal marijuana with an Illinois family who moved out to Colorado so their seven-year-old boy could take the medication to help his seizures. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Dr. Laura Chamberlain

FOX 32 Sunday talks with Dr. Laura Chamberlain about the proposed rules for high-volume oil and gas drilling in Illinois, and the process known as hydraulic fracturing. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Dr. Laura Chamberlain

FOX 32 Sunday talks with Dr. Laura Chamberlain about the proposed rules for high-volume oil and gas drilling in Illinois, and the process known as hydraulic fracturing. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Suburban Police Problems

FOX 32 Sunday discusses Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart take on suburban police problems. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: `Get in Chicago`

FOX 32 Sunday talks with Dr. Tony Irving, the director of a new program to help Chicago Public Schools called "Get in Chicago." More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Kirk Dillard

FOX 32 Sunday talks with GOP gubernatorial candidate, Sen. Kirk Dillard about the state of the campaign.
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FOX 32 Sunday: GOP Debate

FOX 32 Sunday discusses the first formal debate among the GOP candidates that took place on Tuesday in Naperville. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: GOP Debate, part 2

FOX 32 Sunday discusses the first formal debate among the GOP candidates that took place on Tuesday in Naperville. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Laura Schwartz

FOX 32 Sunday talks with Laura Schwartz about President Obama's State of the Union address. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Greg Baise and Ralph Martire, cont`d

FOX 32 Sunday talks with Greg Baise and Ralph Martire about the state of business and job growth in Illinois. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Greg Baise and Ralph Martire

FOX 32 Sunday talks with Greg Baise, President of the Illinois Manufacturers Association, and Ralph Martire, Executive Director for the Center for Tax and Budget Accountability, about the State of the State address and how that affects the state of business in Illinois. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Unemployment

FOX 32 Sunday takes a look at why Illinois hast lost non-farm jobs, despite a drop in unemployment. More>>

Fox 32 Sunday: Jan Slattery, part 2

FOX 32 Sunday talks with the leader of the Catholic Archdiocese of Chicago's Office for the Protection of Children and Youth, Jan Slattery, about the recent release of documents concerning child sex abuse. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Jan Slattery

FOX 32 Sunday talks with the leader of the Catholic Archdiocese of Chicago's Office for the Protection of Children and Youth, Jan Slattery, about the recent release of documents concerning child sex abuse. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Harold Krent

FOX 32 News talks with the Dean of IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law, Harold Krent, on Illinois pension reform. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Transportation

FOX 32 News takes a look at how the CTA, Metra and Amtrak handled the deep freeze. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Chris Cleveland

FOX 32 News talks with the Vice Chairman of the Chicago Republican party, Chris Cleveland, about New Jersey's Governor, Chris Christie, and his firing of his aide earlier this week. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Matt Tirrell

FOX 32 Sunday talks with Matt Tirrell, the founding director of the Institute for Molecular Engineering at the University of Chicago, about why the school was funded and what its current projects are. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Tevin Jones and Shayne Evans

FOX 32 Sunday: Tevin Jones and Shayne Evans

FOX 32 Sunday talks with University of Chicago Charter school alum Tevin Jones, and CEO and director of the school, Shayne Evans.
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FOX 32 Sunday: Vernon Fleming

FOX 32 Sunday: Vernon Fleming

FOX 32 Sunday talks with alum Vernon Fleming about his experience at the University of Chicago Charter School, and his life after. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Michael Madigan

Speaker of the House Michael Madigan talks with FOX 32 Sunday about the pension bill recently signed by Gov. Quinn.
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FOX 32 Sunday: Andy Shaw, Part 1

FOX 32 Sunday sits down with President and CEO of the Better Government Association, Andy Shaw, to discuss what exactly the BGA is. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Andy Shaw, Part 2

FOX 32 Sunday sits down with President and CEO of the Better Government Association, Andy Shaw, to discuss what the BGA is and does. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Emanuel, McCarthy, Diaz on Yale murder study Video included

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Mayor Rahm Emanuel, Chicago Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy and Chicago's Family and Support Services Commissioner Evelyn Diaz join FOX 32 Sunday to discuss city crime. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Camilla Taylor

Camilla Taylor of Lambda Legal helped represent a same-sex couple who won a federal court order to get Illinois' first-ever same-sex marriage last week. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Douglas Whitley

Doug Whitley, president and CEO of the Illinois Chamber of Commerce, talks about Mayor Emanuel's plan to get Chicago's economy back in gear for the 21st century. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Greg Baise

Illinois had a rare bit of good news last week: unemployment dropped to 8.9%. But, the state still faces the worst jobless rate in the Midwest. Greg Baise, knows why, perhaps, better than anyone. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Rich Ruebe

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency decided last week not to raise the requirement about how much ethanol has to be in our gasoline. The CEO of Illinois River Energy talks about this decision. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Ralph Martire, Part 2

Ralph Martire, the executive director of the Center for Tax and Budget Accountability--a Chicago think-tank that's funded in part by the AFCSME union--joins FOX 32 Sunday to talk about the Illinois business climate. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Ralph Martire, Part 1

Ralph Martire, executive director of the Center for Tax and Budget Accountability, argues that Illinois government is not spending too much, but taxing too little. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Forrest Claypool

CTA President Forrest Claypool joined FOX 32 Sunday to talk about the re-opening of the Red Line on the South Side and troubles with Ventra. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: State Rep. Sandy Pihos

State Rep. Sandy Pihos joined Fox 32 Sunday to talk about state education dollars and why most of the bucks end up in Chicago. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Sen. Kwame Raoul and Rep. Dennis Reboletti - Pt. 1

State Sen. Kwame Raoul and State Rep. Dennis Reboletti joined Fox 32 Sunday to talk about pension reform and whether anything will ever get done about it. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Sen. Kwame Raoul and Rep. Dennis Reboletti - Pt. 2

State Sen. Kwame Raoul and State Rep. Dennis Reboletti joined Fox 32 Sunday to talk about a gun law proposal that would establish mantadory minimums and the gay marriage vote.
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FOX 32 Sunday: Mark Denzler on Quinn's tax increase

Mark Denzler, of the Illinois Manufacturers Association, discusses the reaction of employers if the Gov. Pat Quinn's tax increase on the wealthy goes through. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Ind. Gov. Mike Pence

Indiana Gov. Mike Pence discusses his efforts to grow jobs in his state. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Wisc. Gov. Scott Walker

Wisc. Gov. Scott Walker discusses the business climate difference between his state and Illinois. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Bridget Gainer

Cook County Commissioner Bridget Gainer has been a prime mover behind what's planned as the largest land bank in America.

 
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FOX 32 Sunday: Loop Capital Management CEO Jim Reynolds

Jim Reynolds, CEO of Loop Capital Management, joined Fox 32 Sunday to talk about why Chicago business leaders and non-profits have gotten involved in raising money to do something about gang and gun violence. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Chicago`s middle class feels painful squeeze

Chicago's middle class feels a painful squeeze as home prices, property taxes, and income taxes soar – and good-paying jobs disappear. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Will Chicago follow Detroit down the financial ruin road?

FOX 32's Craig Wall travelled to Detroit for a first-hand look at what drove that proud paragon of Midwestern manufacturing into bankruptcy court. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Battle over Wal-Mart in Roseland

After a long battle over 8 years, a Walmart store has finally opened in the Roseland neighborhood on the city's South Side. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Sen. Dick Durbin, Pt. 2

Sen. Dick Durbin joined Fox 32 Sunday where he discusses the negotiations involving Iran's nuclear weapons program and the problems surrounding the Obamacare website.
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FOX 32 Sunday: Sen. Dick Durbin, Pt. 1

Sen. Dick Durbin joined Fox 32 Sunday where he discussed Gov. Pat Quinn's choice for running mate and same sex marriage in Illinois. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: John Tillman

John Tillman, President and CEO of the Illinois Policy Institute, joined FOX 32 Sunday to talk about Gov. Pat Quinn's policies have caused Illinois to have the worst unemployment rate in the Midwest. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Toni Preckwinkle

Toni Preckwinkle cut Cook County's sales tax. The board president joins FOX 32 Sunday to share good news and bad news in next year's budget. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Darren Reisberg

The Institute of Politics at the University of Chicago is not yet a year old, but already they're expanding plans to get more involved in the community. Institute Executive Director Darren Reisberg joins FOX 32 Sunday.
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FOX 32 Sunday: Christine Radogno

State Republican Leader Christine Radogno talks about pension reform and speaks out against the way Illinois' income tax is calculated. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Laurence Msall, Part 2

Laurence Msall with the Civic Federation discusses the speed camera plan in Chicago, estimated to bring in $70 million. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Laurence Msall, Part 1

Civic Federation President Laurence Msall shares his thoughts on Cook County President Toni Preckwinkle's budget, which counts on federal health care funding to help pad the county budget. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Naomi Lopez-Bauma

Naomi Lopez-Bauman, the director of health policy with the Illinois Policy Institute breaks down the Affordable Care Act and separates fact from fiction. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Cabrini Green Target opens

The opening of Target in one of Chicago's most notorious neighborhoods brings hope and jobs guaranteed jobs to people who used to live in CHA's Cabrini Green housing complex. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Steve Bernas

Along with the benefits of the new Affordable Care Act, comes a few scam artists trying to take advantage of people. Steve Bernas with the Better Business Bureau warns the public about what to look out for. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Amisha Patel

Amisha Patel, executive director of the Grassroots Collaborative, joins FOX 32 Sunday to talk about a series of proposals unveiled by a coalition of public employee unions. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Researchers find link between algebra, murder rate

Researchers at the U. of C.'s Crime Lab think there's a link between 9th grade algebra and Chicago's murder rate. Now, they're focused on an intensive tutoring program to use the link for positive change, More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Peter Roskam

Peter Roskam, from Illinois' 6th Congressional District, talks about the government shutdown and the party divide.
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FOX 32 Sunday: Joy McAdams

Breast cancer survivor Joy McAdams shares her story of survival and discusses health care in relation to politics during this Breast Cancer Awareness Month. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Chet Coppock

Sportscaster Chet Coppock talks about everything -- but sports -- on FOX 32 Sunday. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Nate Pendleton

Nathaniel Pendleton, the father of 15-year-old Hadiya Pendleton who was killed in January, share his thoughts on Thursday night's shooting and the culture of violence in Chicago. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Spencer Leak

Activist Spencer Leak, family friend of Martin Luther King, offers his unique perspective on the results of violence in Chicago. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: A first-hand look at Chicago`s police strategy

A few of Chicago neighborhoods have endured so much violence for so long that stopping it will take a lot more than just police work. The police, though, remain on the front line, where we found they're changing -- from top to bottom. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Gang members speak out about the cycle of violence

FOX 32's Craig Wall speaks with Chicago gang members to uncover why young men turn to gangs and drug dealing. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Kirk Dillard, Jil Tracy

State Senator Kirk Dillard, who is running for governor, and State Representative Jil Tracy, who is running for lieutenant governor, talk about joining forces in the upcoming race to tackle issues facing Illinois. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Kevin Sabet, drug policy expert

Voters in two states have legalized the recreational use of marijuana and others may soon join Colorado and Washington State. Drug policy expert Kevin Sabet vigorously opposes all that and co-founded a national group to fight it. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: GOP leader Jim Durkin

Republicans are a beleaguered minority in the General Assembly. But those in the Illinois House elected a new leader last week. Jim Durkin is here to talk about the changes he plans. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: CPS watchdog Linda Lenz

After laying off thousands of teachers and cutting some of the longer school day programs it had promised, Chicago's Board of Education finally adopted a new budget last week. Linda Lenz, one of the smartest CPS watchdogs, is here to tell us what those cuts may do. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Roger`s Park sees biggest homicide drop in Chicago

A new study reported that, since 1990, the biggest drop in homicide anywhere in Chicago has been in Rogers Park's 24th Police District.  That's an astounding 71% improvement in what remains one of the city's most diverse neighborhoods -- racially and economically. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Chicago convention business is booming

Chicago is now number two in large meetings that attract thousands of visitors and millions of dollars. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Phillip Jackson

Phillip Jackson with the Black Star Project talks school closings, welcoming schools, and safe passage before the start of the first day of school. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Pat Brady

Pat Brady, the former chairman of the state's Republican Party, talks about what it's going to take for the party to get ready for mid-terms and the 2016 presidential race. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Delmarie Cobb & Thom Serafin, Part 2

Late last week, another board member resigned under pressure. Can they get any work done? And is it time to re-do the board selection process at Metra. Delmarie Cobb and Thom Serafin discuss. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Delmarie Cobb & Thom Serafin, Part 1

Political consultants Delmarie Cobb and Thom Serafin join FOX 32 Sunday to talk about the rise and fall of the Jacksons. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: East Chicago library still bears name of corrupt ex-mayor

If you have an overdue book at the library, you'll owe a fine. But in East Chicago, Indiana, a man that owes the city millions of dollars has a library named in his honor. Seem strange? More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Discussion on CPS safe passage routes, Part 2

The city is hustling to make "safe passages" for thousands of kids whose old schools were closed, and new ones are on the other side of unofficial -- but very real -- gang borders. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Discussion on CPS safe passage routes, Part 1

There's skepticism from the teachers union and concern within the City Council about whether the city is ready for the start of the school year and keeping CPS students safe. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Lou Lang, Part 1

Skokie's Democratic State Representative Lou Lang speaks about being the chief sponsor of Illinois' new law that legalized medical marijuana. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Indicted State Rep. Smith holds fundraiser

Indicted State Representative Derrick Smith, who is facing trial on federal corruption charges for shaking down a daycare center, held a campaign fundraiser this week. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Lou Lang, Part 2

Lou Lang, a Democratic Illinois lawmaker from Skokie, is proposing a bill to renew the income tax increase to pay for public employee pension. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Doug Truax

Doug Truax, candidate for the 2014 Republican nomination to the U.S. Senate, is very worried about the impact on medical insurance costs of President Obama's Affordable Care Act.  More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Reporter’s Notebook: Metropolitan Planning Council

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Viewers who have a few extra minutes and access to a computer could weigh in Sunday morning on some important decisions being made here by government officials. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: The President vs. Congress

Peoria's Congressman Rep. Aaron Schock says the president's economic policies have been a failure and is demanding a cut in the funding for ObamaCare. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Rep. Al Riley

Urban planner and statistician-turned-politician Olympia Fields Democratic State Rep. Al Riley supports building a proposed new international airport in south suburban Will County. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Discussion on state of black Chicago, Part 1

Elected official Larry Rogers Jr., Psychologist George Smith, and high school junior and friend of Hadiya Pendleton, Anta Njie, join FOX 32 Sunday to talk about gun violence and the state of black Chicago. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Discussion on state of black Chicago, Part 2

Elected official Larry Rogers Jr., Psychologist George Smith, and high school junior and friend of Hadiya Pendleton, Anta Njie, join FOX 32 Sunday to talk about gun violence and the state of black Chicago. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Discussion on state of black Chicago, Part 3

Elected official Larry Rogers Jr., Psychologist George Smith, and high school junior and friend of Hadiya Pendleton, Anta Njie, join FOX 32 to talk about gun violence and the state of black Chicago.  More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Kwame Raoul

Illinois State Senator Kwame Raoul chairs the General Assembly's new committee on the issue of public employee pension reform. He joins the conversation on the income tax fight on FOX 32 Sunday. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Jack Franks

Illinois State Representative Jack Franks claims commuters have been screwed again by the Board of Metra rail. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Christine Radogno

Illinois Senate Minority Leader Christine Radogno, Republican from the 41st District, talks about her opposition to changing the Illinois income tax from a flat tax to a graduated tax. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Ald. Dick Mell, Part 2

Richard Mell, the outgoing Alderman of Chicago's 33rd Ward, is retiring after 38 years representing his North Side ward in the Chicago City Council.  More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Dick Mell, Part 3

Richard Mell, the outgoing Alderman of Chicago's 33rd Ward, is retiring after 38 years representing his North Side ward in the Chicago City Council.  More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Ald. Dick Mell, Part 1

Richard Mell, the outgoing Alderman of Chicago's 33rd Ward, is retiring after 38 years representing his North Side ward in the Chicago City Council.  More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Gov. Pat Quinn

FOX 32 Sunday anchor Darlene Hill talks with Gov. Pat Quinn about violence and the debate over concealed carry. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Sen. Dick Durbin

FOX 32 Sunday anchor Darlene Hill talks with Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Illinois) about immigration reform. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Gov. Pat Quinn

FOX 32 Sunday anchor Darlene Hill sits down with Gov. Pat Quinn to talk about two tough sports: politics and hockey. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: State Sen. Daniel Biss

Daniel Biss, the Democratic senator from Evanston and member of the new bi-partisan committee selected to fix the state's pension crisis, shares his viewpoint on the $100 billion problem.   More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Doug Ibendahl

Conservative blogger, Doug Ibendahl, talks about receiving a racist and sexist e-mail written by a Republican Party chairman Jim Allen targeting former Miss America Erika Harold. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Convicted murderer still collects public pension

Dane Placko shares a story about a convicted killer who has been sitting in prison for decades is still collecting his public pension. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Bill Daley confirms run for Illinois governor - Part 2

Bill Daley, former White House Chief of Staff and brother to former Chicago mayor Richard M. Daley, told FOX 32 Sunday that he is, in fact, running for Illinois governor. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Bill Daley confirms run for Illinois governor - Part 1

Bill Daley, former White House Chief of Staff and brother to former Chicago mayor Richard M. Daley, told FOX 32 Sunday that he is, in fact, running for Illinois governor. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Brad Schneider on gun legislation

U.S. Representative Brad Schneider talks about the continued need to reduce gun violence, six months after the shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Anders Lindall

AFSCME Public Affairs Director Anders Lindall talks about Illinois pension reform. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Reporters' Notebooks

FOX 32 Sunday anchors Darlene Hill and Mike Flannery share their reporters' notebooks for the week. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Bruce Rauner and Bill Daley

Two Republicans who've been political insiders much of their lives are getting ready to run for governor: Bruce Rauner and Bill Daley. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: David Carter

It's Blues Fest time. We talked with composer and Northwestern music theory teacher David Carter about the blues -- and the Stones. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Barbary Byrd-Bennett, Mayor Emanuel

Mayor Emanuel and CPS CEO Barbara Byrd-Bennett talk about the big battle over public schools that rocked Chicago last week. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Reporter’s Notebook: Memorial Day

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I hope you have plans to enjoy this Memorial Day Weekend. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: John Cullerton, Part 2

State Senator John Cullerton talks about the $400 million he believes a big expansion of casino gambling would bring to the beleaguered state treasury. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: John Cullerton, Part 1

State Senator John Cullerton opposes the House-passed bill to allow Illinoisans to carry concealed, loaded firearms.  More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Brenna Conway

Brenna Conway from the Active Transportation Alliance says it's time commuters have a "bill of rights." More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Tanya Triche

Tanya Triche with the Illinois Retail Merchants Association says passing the bill to raise minimum wage to $10 an hour would hurt our already fragile economy. More>>

FOX 32 Sunday: Forrest Claypool

President of the CTA, Forrest Claypool, joins FOX 32 Sunday to talk about the Red Line construction project.    More>>

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