Today, we get details of the alleged racism and police brutality against a Chicago Asian-American. Groups are meeting to discuss that incident. And, we talk about where you can catch all the WorldCup action in Chicago.
We hear about some of the current research into what many say is becoming a major health crisis - Alzheimer's disease. And, we look at another approach to drug treatment for women with kids. Then, we hear the sounds of Chicago's Kelroy.
We hear from two members of mayor Emanuel's minimum wage task force that just wrapped up its inaugural meeting. Also, how the Chicago Public Schools is doing with efforts to expand composting. Plus, the history of film censorship in Illinois.
We hear what's happening on the same sex marriage front as the law officially takes effect in Illinois. We also have music from Chicago singer songwriter Daniela Sloan. Plus, a look at this month's Midwest Independent Film Festival with a movie shot in Chicago.