Filmmaker Edgar Barens shares stories from his documentary about the final days of a prisoner and the care he gets from fellow inmates. And, we check in with Chicago teen Hadiya Pendleton's parents more than one year after her murder.
The polar vortex hits Chicago again, and we learn how city agencies are responding. We also find out the latest on future plans for the remaining unclaimed Dominick's grocery stores in Chicago. And, one man's story of being a foster dad.
We hear the stories and music of New Orleans pianist Henry Butler. We also delve into the slow demise of Chicago retail icon Sears after the announcement that it is closing the flagship store on State Street.
We take a look at how to get more low income kids into college-and explore the challenges faced by both potential students and universities. Also, an update on Senate hearings calling for reform at DCFS.