On this episode of Statewide, we examine the worries over how COVID-19 could impact homeless shelters as the weather turns colder. Also, after more than six months in a pandemic, COVID fatigue has set in for many. We'll get some tips for how to deal with the stress.
We'll learn about equine therapy helping veterans facing emotional trouble. And an update on a courthouse, slated for demolition, but mired in a court battle. Those stories and more on this week's Statewide.
* Brian Moline interviews reporter Lee Gaines of Illinois Newsroom about her investigation that found multiple schools districts fail to keep track of student arrests and referrals to law enforcement.
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