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Morning Shift: August 10, 2015

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Today is the day after the one year anniversary of the death of Ferguson Missouri resident Michael Brown at the hands of a police officer. So how have things changed in Ferguson since then? We check in with a St. Louis Public Radio reporter who’s been covering the story. And if you live near O’Hare Airport, you know all about the noise from jets. We talk to a member of the O’Hare Noise Compatibility Commission about ideas she has for reducing the noise — and she should have some pretty good ideas, as she’s a trained aerospace engineer. The head of the Oak Park Library will be in to talk about his idea for establishing a sister library with Cuba. We’ve also got a sports roundup from WBEZ Sports Contributor Cheryl Raye Stout. Plus music from Minneapolis folk singer Charlie Parr.

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