A look back at the big stories of 2012

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From Governor Rod Blagojevich reporting to prison, to the NATO summit in Chicago, to Drew Peterson’s conviction, 2012 was full of stories that saw their finale.

Chicago teachers and Chicago crime also topped headlines in 2012 as well as the presidential election.

WGN’s Lourdes Duarte has a full wrap up.

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  • "Old Chicago"

    The Anti-gun lobby is scared because it is loosing control. Their strict gun laws have not only harassed decent American people but they have failed to control crime. We are all citizens who want crime reduced and civil liberty restored, locally and across the country, without another Kent State.

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