Reporting on gun violence in Chicago primarily focuses only on those killed. But shooting survivors often struggle to come to terms with what happened. In some cases, it takes years to overcome the trauma. Others never get past it. A shooting survivor shares his story.
Illinois was struggling to attract and keep teachers prior to last year. The pandemic has made things worse. We'll hear some possible solutions.
And a journalist who covered the 1970 Illinois Constitutional Convention shares his thoughts on the work done more than 50 years ago and how it has held up through the years.
That and more on this episode of Statewide.