WGLT's Sound Ideas - Tuesday 7/27/21
Bloomington City Manager Tim Gleason says everything has a cost and the city has only so much borrowing power. Gleason says if the council chooses more underground infrastructure work after the flood it might delay other big projects. The start of school is coming up fast and districts are getting desperate for bus drivers. They say they'll beg, borrow, or steal drivers wherever they can. Some schools say this is the worst bus driver shortage they have ever seen. Plus circus route books shed light on discrimination in popular culture. Hear about a new digital exhibit at ISU's Milner Library. And new data comparing a decade of inmates at the McLean County adult and juvenile jails could help shape social service programs.