Comments Send Print Share Recommend Tweet Afternoon Shift: Sacred Heart arrests, immigration legislation and Curious City April 17, 2013 WBEZ [View the story "Afternoon Shift #294: Home free" on Storify]Afternoon Shift #294: Home freeJournalist Hal Weitzman and Nina Metz help us tackle the day's top stories, including mysterious mail in the Capitol and claims of abuse at Sacred Heart. We'll also talk with immigration attorney Moises Hernandez about the new immigration legislation filed today and check in with Curious City. Storified by · Wed, Apr 17 2013 12:19:33The Day Today: Journalist Hal Weitzman and Chicago Tribune’s Nina Metz join Niala to try and make sense of the day’s sobering news. They follow the latest developments from the investigation into the Boston Marathon attacks and discuss the disturbing reports that ricin was detected in letters sent to President Obama and Sen. Roger Wicker and that a suspicious piece of mail was found in a regional office of Sen. Carl Levin. The trio also weighs in on claims that Chicago’s Sacred Heart has been performing unnecessary surgeries. Weitzman, currently the editor-in-Chief of the University of Chicago Booth School publication Capital Ideas, ruminates on former U.K. Prime Minister Margaret Thather’s funeral and the recent Venezuelan elections. And, Metz ponders why, despite our obsession with all things digital, Chicago has embraced old-fashioned live storytelling.I'll be on @WBEZ today from 2-3p talking about whatever the hell these good people want to talk about.Nina Metz6 arrested in alleged kickback scheme at Sacred Heart HospitalAn elderly man was admitted to Sacred Heart Hospital on Chicago's West Side in late February, intubated and sedated for more than a week ...Capriles distances himself from violent protests in VenezuelaCredit: Reuters/Isaac Urrutia 1 of 10. Supporters of opposition leader Henrique Capriles take part in a demonstration to demand a recount...Eurozone crisis live: Carmakers suffer as sales slump by 10%Good morning, and welcome to our rolling coverage of the eurozone financial crisis, and other key events in the world economy. It's anoth...Victoria Wood's Nice Cup of TeaKalinkaBunnyMargaret Thatcher funeral: thousands line streets to witness final journeyLady Thatcher, Britain's first female prime minister, was borne to St Paul's Cathedral for a ceremonial funeral as thousands lined centra...Immigration: As Sen. Dick Durbin and his colleagues in the Senate put forth their version of comprehensive immigration reform, Afternoon Shift looks at what immigration reform may mean for the day-to-day lives of undocumented people with Immigration attorney Moises Hernandez, a principal at the law firm Moises Hernandez Esq. LLC.A quick list of immigration bill's key proposals: wapo.st/13j6DxSThe Washington PostImmigration bill filed in Senate; opponents hope to use delays to kill itThe tactics, used successfully by opponents of an immigration bill during a 2007 debate in the Senate, are part of an effort to exploit p...Curious City: For Curious City, producers Katie Mingle and Shawn Allee don their lab coats and investigate whether the first sustained nuclear reaction left the University of Chicago’s Stagg Field radioactive. .@WBEZCuriousCity asks: is Stagg Field - #Chicago site of Enrico #Fermi's 1st #nuclear chain reaction - #radioactive? wbez.org/series/curious…RadioActive! BlogDid a WWII nuclear experiment make the U of C radioactive?Our Geiger counter couldn’t detect any radiation footprint from the site of the first sustained nuclear chain reaction. (Whew!) But... Comments Send Print Share Recommend Tweet Previous post in Afternoon Shift Boston Marathon aftermath, future of Time Out and CPS school closings Next post in Afternoon Shift Severe weather, Bulls playoffs and Anita Alvarez on immigration View the discussion thread. Top Headlines On WBEZ.org Discussing Nelson Mandela in Room 215 Young man finds new hope after HIV diagnosis The Best Albums of 2013: The Top 10 Looking back at 1970s Uptown Strange Brews Podcast The politics behind the Illinois pension vote Chewing the Fat with Monica Eng and Louisa Chu How do kids like the new CPS lunches? Remembering the 'Forgotten Hoosiers'