We learn about the problem of sex offenders being unable to register at the Chicago Police Department Headquarters. Plus, a recap of the Chicago Board of Education meeting and the funky jazzy sounds of Fareed Haque and his band.
Some City Council members are pushing for a higher minimum wage. We get the latest. We also spotlight a panel that's tackling the heroin problem in the suburbs. And, Ayana Contreras is back with more reclaimed soul.
We hear from both sides on the controversial documentary about the food industry, Fed Up. Plus, with Memorial Day approaching we hear about Honor Flight Chicago and a documentary of a soldier's time in Vietnam.
We delve into a new report on the effects of climate change on the Great Lakes. Plus, what to consider as you break out the grill for the start of grilling season, and an exhibit dedicated to the music of Chicago legend Sun Ra.
We look at the future of the Illinois High School Association which is in charge of all high school sports and events. We have a conversation with the actor and the playwright of Buyer and Cellar. And, some reclaimed soul.
May is Mental Health Month, so we take a look at the connection between eating right and mental health. We also look at the latest efforts to get a new trauma center at the University of Chicago Medical Center.