We get a final installment of our "Exoneree Diaries" series. And, a look at the efforts officials are taking to find use for the Cook County Hospital building. Also, we talk about the responsibility of the state when dealing with older kids in their care.
We check in with the new president of the National Education Association about the issues facing teachers. And, we look at a different take of prison sentencing. Plus, we gear up for the new Fall TV season. What shows are you looking forward to watching?
The "David Bowie Is" exhibition comes to Chicago Tuesday. We talk with the curators of the exhibit that's said to take visitors on an interactive journey through Bowie's iconic career. Plus, Mark Konkol talks about a tale of two cities.
We talk to the new president of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra Association and what's in store for the organization. Plus, White House Senior Advisor Valerie Jarrett outlines a new initiative that addresses sexual assault on college campuses.
We look at the marketing attempts some religious institutions are taking in order to maintain and grow membership. And, we hear why the famous Bronzeville home of one of Chicago's iconic couples still remains on the market. Plus, an acoustic set from the Freddie Jones Band.
We talk to the author of a new book that unpacks climate change and why there's still some denying the concept. And, we look at Chicago's boundary lines. Plus, the Soul Diva stops by for another installment of Reclaimed Soul.
We look at the child endangerment charges against pro-athlete Adrian Peterson. When does corporal punishment cross the line? And, a look at the history of Chicago's zip code boundaries. Plus, Lowdown Brass Band brings us a mix of funk, jazz and hip-hop.
We talk about Alderman's Fioretti's mayoral announcement and a new profile of gubernatorial candidate Bruce Rauner. And, we look at Chicago's role in World World I. Plus, drummer Charles Heath brings jazz back to the South Side.