When minors who are wards of the state go missing in Cook County, it’s up to a special team of sheriffs to find them. Hundreds of children have been found since 2012, but some say there's still a problem.
We have a recap of the Cubs' victory in the wild card game against the Pittsburgh Pirates. Also, we examine the case of a Chicago woman who was reported for child neglect because her kids were playing outside unsupervised. Then, which songs are the most popular choices on Chicago’s jukeboxes? We break down the data by zip code. Plus the oud music of musician Yair Dalal.
For decades, college students could pay for a whole semester of tuition with the money earned from a summer job. From camp counselors to mowing lawns to working retail, there were a range of jobs you could pick up for the summer. Those days are gone. Loyola University professor Al Gini takes us through the modern realities of the summer job scene. And, we talk with Illinois' Dept. of Children and Family Services Director George Sheldon on his plans to reform the troubled agency.