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How Farmers Are Dealing With This Harvest Season; The Federal Investigation Into IL Government; Downstream Impact Of The Chicago River Reversal

Heavy rain and flooding has made life difficult for farmers this year. We'll check in on how they're doing now that it's harvest season. Plus, more than a hundred years ago, Chicagoans reversed the flow of their city's river to make the water drinkable. But first, what we know and what's at stake in the sprawling federal investigation into Illinois staet government officials.

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Reports Of Bias Incidents On The Rise At The University Of Illinois

University documents show that reports of bias incidents, which would include swastikas, have increased dramatically over the last five years. The U of I defines these reports as being motivated, at least in part, by hostility or prejudice toward a person or group of people because of their perceived race, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual orientation, among other attributes.

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