Statewide: With Students Returning, Teachers Feel The Uneasiness Of The New School Year
Students are heading back to classrooms. For many teachers, that brings mixed emotions. We'll hear how some educators are gearing up for the new school year.
Health care professionals have had a difficult time with the pandemic. Now, with another COVID surge underway, we'll find out how they're holding up.
And a small town plans to create a museum to honor the first Black man to cast a vote in Illinois. Those stories and more on this episode of Statewide.
* Illinois Newsroom's Christine Herman reports on how farmers and ranchers who understand the science behind vaccines could be perfectly positioned to convince hesitant neighbors to get COVID shots. But are they taking on that challenge?