David Koschman died nearly a decade ago, yet many are still waiting for justice. We talk to the Chicago Sun-Times reporters who brought the case back into the spotlight in 2011 and look ahead to the upcoming trial.
We examine how President Obama's recent change to the Affordable Care Act will affect consumers and we take your questions on the law. Comedian Steve Byrne tells us why he loves Chicago. And, we ask why advertisers aren't more aggressively targeting African-Americans? (Photo: Flickr/MDGov)
WBEZ West Side reporter Chip Mitchell and mental health advocate Mark Heyrman join us to take an in-depth look at the Affordable Care Act's affects on mental health service providers and clients. (Photo: Flickr/Images_of_Money)
Despite a federal lawsuit, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel said Wednesday he will move forward next year with a plan to phase out taxpayer-funded health care subsidies for tens of thousands of retired city workers.
We take a look at how the first few days of the Affordable Care Act health exchanges went, and a new investigation from ProPublica takes a deep dive on the cost of unpaid internships on students. We also hear some music from Copenhagen native Lisa Alma. (Photo: Flickr/Mandie)[View the story "Morning Shift: The cost of unpaid internships " on Storify]
Tony Sarabia and Richard Steele welcome Reggie Torian to talk abou the soulful, complex sounds of Curtis Mayfield. We also hear about Bears head coach, Marc Trestman, and check in with an organizer of the world's second oldest LGBT film fest.[View the story "Morning Shift: The music of Curtis Mayfield" on Storify]