Cass Herrington
June 18, 2018

Pediatrics For Transgender Kids; ‘Pay What You Can’ Yoga Studio; Illinois Politics

On the 21st: We recap the latest in Illinois politics with WBEZ's Dave McKinney and Natasha Korecki with Politico. Plus, what does it look like to operate a business where customers can pay whatever they want? But first, we heard from a transgender teen about what it was like to come out to her entire school, and what effective pediatric care looks like for trans youth.  


Darrell Hoemann for Illinois Newsroom
June 15, 2018

Trauma And Our Kids: A Community Conversation

On the 21st: Earlier this week, we hosted a conversation in front of a live audience at Riggs Brewery in Urbana. We focused on the issue of trauma—what it is, how it's affecting kids, and what all members of the community should do about it. Today, we're bringing you that conversation in a special hourlong broadcast.


Congressman Rodney Davis was in attendance at a congressional baseball practice in June 2017 when a gunman opened fire and wounded House Majority Whip Steve Scalise among others.
Daniel Baker/Illinois Public Media
June 13, 2018

Davis Returning To Congressional Baseball Game, A Year After Shooting

U.S. Congressman Rodney Davis is one of many Republicans facing off against Democrats in Thursday evening’s annual Congressional Baseball Game for Charity at Nationals Park in Washington DC. The game comes exactly a year after a gunman opened fire on a Republican baseball practice in June 2017--which Davis, who represents the 13th district, had attended. 


Photo courtesy of Prairie Rivers Network
June 13, 2018

Illinois Rivers; Visas and Foreign Doctors; Sending Aid to Guatemala; World Cup Without US

On the 21st: How the Trump Administration could slow down the visa process for foreign doctors. Plus, we spokewith the Consul General of Guatemala regarding the latest on a volcano eruption in his home country. And, we heard from from some of Illinois’ most passionate soccer fans about which World Cup bandwagon to jump on. But first, the current state of Illinois' waterways -- and how their health can affect ours.


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