Oct. 06, 2011
Apple co-founder and innovator Steve Jobs died Wednesday; Eight Forty-Eight speaks to Chicago Tribune business reporter Wailin Wong about the man behind the iPod, iPad and personal computer revolution.Then, Lake Zurich Community Unit School District 95 hosted a public forum on Wednesday night to get community input on a proposed drug testing policy for high schoolers that have parking permits or participate in extracurricular activities. Law professor Steven Schwinn talks about the constitutionality of the proposed policy and Eight Forty-Eight checks in with an Illinois school district that implemented a similar drug testing policy a number of years ago. Then, hockey legend Stan Mikita joins Eight Forty-Eight to talk about his latest book, Forever a Blackhawk. And former Butterball cooking expert Renee Ferguson brings in some samples from her cookbook of turkey-related recipes, Talk Turkey to Me.
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