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.
The acting director of DCFS says she is assembling experts to examine the rising number of abuse and neglect deaths among children who have had involvement with the agency, in response to a Sun-Times and WBEZ investigation.
Two months after The Chicago Sun-Times laid off all its photographers, some have found a temporary home in a gallery. Three tell the stories behind their photos, and what's next for them as visual storytellers.
On Thursday's Afternoon Shift, Niala and guests discuss the Rahm Emanuel magazine cover kicking up dust. The Chicago Sun-Times laid off its entire photo department. And guests remember author Rev. Andrew Greely, who passed away.
Michael Hainey, Chicago native and deputy editor at GQ appears in conversation with Bill Savage of Northwestern University. In his gripping memoir After Visiting Friends, Hainey sets out to answer questions about his father’s death at age 35.
Chicago Sun-Times editor-in-chief Don Hayner has announced he is retiring after nearly 30 years at the newspaper.The Sun-Times reports Hayner made the announcement Thursday afternoon. He will be succeeded by John Barron, who will be executive editor after three years as publisher.