Sunday, July 12, 2020

Loyola Ramblers’ Dream Ends with a Loss to Michigan in the...

March 31, 2018 --The Loyola dream ends with Michigan pulling away in the final seconds by 10 pts. Loyola TWICE had a 10 point lead,...

Preparing for Ebola Outbreak

In Springfield, we talk with Congressman Rodney Davis (R) and with Dr Janak Koirala, about what the Federal Govt should be doing to help...

Forbes Article Shows Chicago Payroll Awash with $100,000+ City Salaries

In an article published in Forbes magazine, former Illinois gubernatorial candidate, Adam Andrzejewski,  has lifted the lid on the growth of high-income jobs that...

What’s Behind Chicago’s CityKey ID Card, and Is It a Blessing...

From the City Club of Chicago, April 30, 2018 -- a panel of critics and supporters discusses the adoption of a new form of...

One-on-One with SIUE’s John Caupert, on Testing the Limits and Benefits...

SIUE, Edwardsville - We hear from John Caupert, Executive Director, National Corn to Ethanol Research Center (NCERC), which works on Advancing Biorenewables Research. Ethanol has...

Northwestern Researchers Take Unique Approach, looking Outside of cells for a...

By Anne Snabes, Medill School of Journalism Researchers at Northwestern University are using a biotechnology technique they developed for...

Cook Co Commissioner John Fritchey Says Votes Are There to Repeal...

Cook County - Sometimes Facebook is where news is made.  Cook County Commissioner John Fritchey on Friday posted on FB, that he believes there...

Chicago Area Student in DC, Seeks S-U-C-C-E-S-S in National Spelling Bee

Washington - Illinois sent 26 students to the National Spelling Bee, the fifth largest group of any state competing. As Em Steck reports, this...

Lori Lightfoot’s Agenda for Chicago, Should She be Elected Mayor

From the City Club of Chicago - Lori Lightfoot, one of two candidates seeking election as Mayor of Chicago on April 2,...

Incredible Display of US Flags in St. Louis, Honors the Fallen...

Art Hill, in St Louis... in 1904 on this spot, there was a grand stairway going down the hill, during the World's Fair. Today, at...

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Historian Mark DePue: Preserving Illinois’ Oral History

From the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library:  We talk with historian and fmr military officer, Mark DePue on his work of conducting indepth oral history...

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