M. Spencer Green/AP
November 28, 2017

State And Local Candidates Make It Official; Understanding Net Neutrality; The Bears’ Bad Season

On The 21st: People hoping to win state and local elections next year started making it official yesterday at the State Board of Elections. Plus, we'll take a deep dive into understanding the Obama-era net neutrality regulations that the current FCC might scrap. And, how the Chicago Bears are dealing with a season in which they're about as bad as expected.


Candidates and campaign staff lined up before 8 a.m. Monday in order to have a chance at being listed first on the March 2018 primary election ballot.
Brian Mackey/NPR Illinois
November 28, 2017

Filing For Election, Finding Lines And Friendship

Monday was an important date on the way to the 2018 elections. It was the beginning of the period when Illinois candidates have to file petitions with, in some cases, thousands of signatures needed to get on the ballot. The filing period lasts a week, but for hundreds of candidates, it was worth it to be in line first thing Monday morning.


galaxy
Flickr/European Southern Observatory/(CC BY 2.0)
November 27, 2017

What We Don’t Know About The Universe; Trail Of Tears; Mexican Restaurant Owners In The Age Of Trump

On this encore edition of The 21st: The book 'We Have No Idea' illustrates all that we still don't know about the universe. Plus, we revisit our conversation about the Trail Of Tears' history in southern Illinois, and hear from a Mexican restaurant owner on what it's like to operate his business in this political climate. 


Illustration of state capitol with Facebook emojis.
Flickr photo Jim Boen/Graphic by Carleigh Gray/WGLT
November 27, 2017

Like It Or Not: How Facebook Reshaped Political Campaigns In Illinois

Facebook is facing tough questions in the wake of the 2016 presidential election. Did Russians use social media to sway the election? Why is there so much fake news? Why isn’t Facebook more transparent?


A Smith and Wesson revolver.
Stephen Z/Flickr/CC BY 2.0
November 27, 2017

Proposal To See Convicted Animal Abusers Lose Gun Rights

Under federal and state law, anyone convicted of domestic violence loses their right to legally own a gun, but there’s a push to also see that penalty extended to anyone convicted of animal abuse.


Illini forward Michael Finke slams home two of his 22 points in an 86-73 win over NC Central Friday night in Champaign.
Rob McColley/Illinois Public Media
November 25, 2017

Illini Men Remain Unbeaten, Top NC Central 86-73

The Illini men's basektball team beat North Carolina Central 86-73 Friday night in Champaign. Michael Finke scored a game-high 22 points and grabbed six rebounds. Aaron Jordan added 16 points for Illinois, shooting 4-5 from three-point range.


Unemployment office.
Burt Lum/Flickr/CC BY 2.0
November 24, 2017

Job Growth Mixed In October Across Illinois

The year-over-year unemployment rate fell in all 14 Illinois metro areas, but job growth was mixed, with just eight metro areas adding jobs over the last 12 months.


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