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August 01, 2018

Foreclosure Numbers; AI In Hiring; Asian Carp Pet Food; Summer Blood Donations

On the 21st: We talked about Illinois foreclosure rate and why it's well above the national average, especially in Peoria and Rockford. Plus, how companies are using artificial intelligence to filter out resumes, answer applicant questions and ultimately determine who gets an interview. And, we talked with the people who are turning an invasive species of fish into an all-natural pet food. Then, why you might want to consider donating blood in the summer months.

A child looking out a window

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July 31, 2018

Immigrant Children In IL Detention Centers; Self-Driving Cars; Don’t Bring Your Phone Into The Woods

On the 21st: The living conditions for immigrant children in Chicago detention centers. Plus, self-driving cars might be the future of transportation sooner than you'd think -- but, are people in Illinois comfortable with this? And, in a world of never ending buzzing and alerts, new research suggests that in order to get the full benefits of nature, consider leaving your devices at home.

A school classroom.

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July 31, 2018

Go Ahead Of The Class

A new Illinois law will give gifted children the chance to move ahead in public schools.

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