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Angela Cheng

The Rundown Podcast - Show Tile

Stay in the loop with the Windy City’s biggest news.

Angela Cheng

Morning News: Thursday October 19, 2023

After a bombing of a Gaza hospital left hundreds dead – protesters in Chicago say they want local leaders to call for a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas. Loyola University Law Professor Jeannine Bell breaks down what goes into a hate crime prosecution as the Chicago office of the FBI investigates the recent killing of a 6-year-old Palestinian-American boy. The public will have more chances to weigh in on possible changes to the state’s blueprint for teaching reading in Illinois schools.

Stay in the loop with the Windy City’s biggest news.

Angela Cheng

   

After a bombing of a Gaza hospital left hundreds dead – protesters in Chicago say they want local leaders to call for a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas. Loyola University Law Professor Jeannine Bell breaks down what goes into a hate crime prosecution as the Chicago office of the FBI investigates the recent killing of a 6-year-old Palestinian-American boy. The public will have more chances to weigh in on possible changes to the state’s blueprint for teaching reading in Illinois schools.

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