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Morning Shift: August 18, 2015

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Much has been written about the life and work of nanny/photographer Vivian Maier — even a film was made about her now. New twists and turns into exactly who owns Maier's work the latest is it could end up with the county. We learn more about the case. And more on photography...the art of street photography is not about walking up to a sleeping homeless person and taking a bunch of pictures. Photographer Chuck Jines joins us to talk about street photography and his long-term projects. Then, giving out trophies for it a good idea or does it fail to teach children about competition and winning and losing? We also talk to Gov. Bruce Rauner and hear from the spokesman of the labor union AFSCME.

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