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July 13, 2016

Gun Violence, Trauma & Grief; The Old State Capitol’s Legacy; Financial Exploitation

On The 21st, we talked about the trauma and grief that families go through after losing a loved one to gun violence with a Danville father whose son was killed in a shooting ten years ago and a Chicago psychiatrist. Plus, we heard about the historical significance of the Old State Capitol in Springfield, where presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton spoke today. We also talked about financial exploitation of the elderly with the director of a law clinic begun to help those very people.


Heroin in a spoon with a lighter underneath
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June 28, 2016

Heroin In Central Illinois; DeWitt County Human Resource Center; New Pediatric Sleep Guidelines

On the 21st: we talked about heroin use in Central Illinois with two Bloomington-Normal Pantagraph reporters and a Pontiac woman who was addicted for a decade and lost loved ones to the drug; we learned of the impending closure of a mental health treatment center in central Illinois; and we also talked about new guidelines for pediatric sleep, for children from infants to age 18.


Woman walking past installation of white crosses in Orlando, Florida
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June 24, 2016

What Does The ‘Brexit’ Vote Mean In Illinois? Crosses In Orlando; High School Athletes And Heat; GoT

On The 21st: What could the 'Brexit' Vote Mean for Illinois?; An Aurora, Illinois, man builds crosses for sites of tragedy: we talked with him about his 1200 mile trek to Orlando with 49 crosses; The IHSA has new rules for student athletes to keep heat from worsening injuries; and Game of Thrones Season 6 ends this Sunday - we have no spoilers to alert you about, but we talked about what fans could see this weekend.


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