Elise Amendola/AP

August 07, 2018

Financial Planning For Families; Government Transparency; Best IL Artists; Competitive Shooting

On the 21st: We discuss the best methods for saving money and future planning for your family. Plus, Governor Rauner signed a bipartisan bill that requires full public disclosure of staff salaries working in the governor's office. And, we talk about the best Illinois artists as part of the ALPLM top 200 project. Then, we speak with two Illinois teenagers who recently won a national championship for competitive shooting.

The intestinal parasite cyclospora gets into produce through contact with manure-contaminated water.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

August 07, 2018

Food Recalls Abound This Summer, But Experts Say That’s A Good Thing

From E. coli in romaine lettuce to potential salmonella on Goldfish crackers to a parasite in salads and wraps, food recalls are in the spotlight this year. But things may not be as bad as they sound, according to Lana Nwadike, a food safety specialist with Kansas State University and the University of Missouri. 

Michelle R. Smith/AP

August 06, 2018

Will There Be A Citzenship Question On The Census? The Bahamas Bowl; Wakandacon; Seasonal Allergies

On the 21st: A new question might be added to the census: Is this person a citizen of the United States? Plus, A northwest Chicago suburb is the new title sponsor of the Bahamas Bowl. And, more than 2,000 people got together this past weekend in downtown Chicago for the first ever Wakandacon. Then, we talked about what to do to help minimize the effects of seasonal allergies.

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