Prior to all that, Justin served as a reporter for a pair of local newspapers in the Bay Area, a technical writer for the State of Illinois and a garbage man for a local junk-hauling franchise. He studied radio at the Transom Story Workshop.
Stories by Justin Bull
Frustrations over water bills. A proposal to bar campaign cash used for legal defenses. A challenge to one of Indiana’s bans on gender-affirming care.
The investigation into the shooting at the White Sox game continues. City leaders purchased property for a migrant shelter. COVID-19 appears in wastewater.
The Chicago Public Library turns 150 this year. We talk about how the windy city got its public library system and its century-and-a-half of history since.
About 200 unionized staff at a hospital on the West Side have gone on strike over working conditions, primarily: their own safety.
Abortions have stopped in Indiana. Former U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch reviews Northwestern’s athletic department. There’s money to reopen a Green Line stop.
A group of alderpeople want to talk about the migrant crisis. There’s another accusation of misconduct by a Chicago lifeguard. FEMA officials are touring flood damage.
President Joe Biden designated a new national monument yesterday in honor of Emmett Till and his mother, including a church in Bronzeville.
Chicago is home to more lead service lines than any other major metropolitan area in the country. How did the city get into this situation?
The “ComEd Four” were found guilty. Police District Councils members were sworn in. Illinois House Speaker employees want a union.
Conditions are not good for migrants living temporarily in police station lobbies. Gun sales are up while Illinois’ assault weapons ban is on pause. The deadline is May 10 for creative workers hit hard by the pandemic eligible for the state’s Back 2 Business grants.