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Reporting from in and around Illinois.
Listen to Statewide across Illinois in:
- Bloomington/Normal – WGLT 89.1 (Saturdays 5 PM)
- Carbondale – WSIU 91.9 (Saturdays 3 PM and Sundays 6 AM)
- Mount Vernon - WVSI 88.9 (Saturdays 3 PM and Sundays 6 AM)
- Olney - WUSI 90.3 (Saturdays 3 PM and Sundays 6 AM)
- Quad Cities - WVIK 105.7 HD-2 (TBD)
- Rockford/DeKalb – WNIJ 89.5 (Saturdays 6 AM, Sundays 2 PM)
- Springfield/Decatur - WUIS 91.9 (Saturdays 9 AM)
- Peoria – WCBU 89.9 (Saturdays 5 PM)
- Pittsfield - WIPA 89.3 (Saturdays 9 AM)
- Urbana/Champaign – WILL 580 (Saturdays 11 AM)
Hostility can be a challenge for people on the front lines of climate communication.
Four of the five states that border Illinois have all seen a massive rise in bills that target the queer community, especially transgender youth.
On this episode, we learn how some school districts are investing in new safety training and technology. They are preparing in the event of a school shooting.
Women, especially with chronic, often report feeling dehumanized by health care providers. In some cases, when reporting symptoms, they aren't believed.
Daylight Saving Time ends this weekend. Some want to see it continue year-round.
The Oath Keepers have ties to the Jan. 6 insurrection. But a leaked membership list included names of both current and former police officers.
This week, a conversation about a family's experience during the Holocaust.
Many migrant women who are pregnant when they arrive in Chicago are potentially not getting medical care, volunteers and medical professionals say.
An investigation shows racial disparities have gotten worse since a state law to document the race of drivers was enacted.
The president agreed to expand work permits for asylum seekers from Venezuela. But what about those coming from other countries, including many now in Illinois?