Bears on 3-Game Skid as Offense Fails to Fire
Former Bears offensive lineman James “Big Cat” Williams weighs in on fans rushing the field after a Notre Dame win and the Bears upcoming Monday night game against the Vikings.
Containing COVID-19: Jails, Prisons Ripe for Spread
Cook County Jail was once the hot spot for the coronavirus, but now the positivity rate is lower there than in Chicago and Cook County. As COVID-19 surges in the community, officials and advocates worry it will reach detainees.
Makaya McCraven Makes International Music in Chicago
Chicago-based drummer and producer Makaya McCraven has been called a beat scientist. Two years ago, his album “Universal Beings” landed on many Top 10 lists for album of the year, so his new project comes with great expectations.
Ask Geoffrey: The Angles, Names and Numbers of Chicago’s Streets
Angles, curves, one ways and dead ends. Chicago’s street system has long been a source of pride for the city’s residents. Geoffrey Baer has more on the history and quirks of the city’s street system.
Biden Moves Forward Without Help from Trump’s Intel Team
As President Donald Trump contests this year’s election results, he has not authorized President-elect Joe Biden to lay eyes on the President’s Daily Brief.
November 12, 2020 - Full Show
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Legislative Lurch: Illinois Lawmakers Won’t Meet Again in 2020
The Illinois legislature is not coming back this year. What does that mean for the Black Lives Matter movement and the state budget?
COVID-19 Pandemic Has Shifted How Veterans Access Health Care
The coronavirus has hit every class of citizen hard, and on this Veterans Day, we look at how it has affected military service members and veterans.
What a Biden Administration Could Mean For Environmental Issues In the Midwest
President-elect Joe Biden has pledged to make combating climate change a central pillar of his administration. And he campaigned on rejoining the Paris Climate Agreement.
A Virtual Tour of the National Veterans Art Museum
Chicago is home to an armory of art created by members of our armed forces. With Veterans Day in mind, we bring you another look at a visit to the National Veterans Art Museum for a virtual tour.
Food Insecurity Still High Amid Pandemic in City, Suburbs and Rural Areas Alike
One of the many devastating effects of the COVID-19 pandemic over the past several months has been a dramatic increase in food insecurity.
Biden Pushes Forward on Transition Despite Trump’s Blocking
President-elect Joe Biden continues to shrug off President Donald Trump’s refusal to accept the election outcome, even as officials in both parties warn that the Republican president’s actions could be dangerous.
November 11, 2020 - Full Show
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State Supreme Court Justice Kilbride Booted From the Bench
The makeup of the Illinois Supreme Court is changing, and it comes at a pivotal time. What the evolving bench means for residents.
Pfizer Says COVID-19 Vaccine is Looking 90% Effective
The announcement came less than a week after an election seen as a referendum on President Donald Trump’s handling of the scourge, which has killed more than 1.2 million people worldwide.