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WBEZ 24m
We're crowdsourcing questions for 's annual ‘Earth Day Quiz’! Ask your question, we'll research the answers (and make up some fake ones) and share them with listeners on April 22.
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Happening now: US Attorney General William Barr discusses the findings of the Mueller report. Watch live here.
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SOON: Attorney General William Barr will brief reporters about the Mueller report. Watch live here:
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NPR 17h
With help from the Make-A-Wish Foundation, a 5-year-old with a love of podcasts now has her very own. (via )
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WBEZ 17h
Got a question for ’s annual Earth Day Quiz? Ask away, and we'll research the answers (and make up some fake ones). Listen in on April 22 at noon to hear the answers or call 312-923-9239 if you want to be a contestant in the game.
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WBEZ 17h
We're putting together a Mad Libs-style guide to Chicago's best summer spots, and we want your recommendations. Fill out this form to help populate our guide.
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WBEZ 18h
Activists are suing the city of Chicago, alleging a new TIF for Lincoln Yards violates the purpose of tax increment financing and further intensifies the city’s long-standing racial inequity.
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WBEZeducation 20h
. students getting first crack at one of the hottest fields in robotics and engineering: self driving cars.
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Becky Vevea 20h
Two incumbent aldermen headed for another term, and one challenger gets a seat in City Hall.
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WBEZ 20h
The course is the first in the Chicago area where students study transportation planning, control systems and the ethics of self-driving cars.
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WBEZ 22h
Chicago Archdiocese churches will ring their bells late Wednesday morning to show solidarity with France as it mourns the fire damage to Notre Dame Cathedral.
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Kristen Schorsch 23h
ICYMI: A growing chorus of pediatricians is warning Illinois Gov. JB Pritzker that burdensome state rules could trigger a outbreak here >>
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WBEZ Apr 17
The final ballots have been counted in Chicago’s runoff election, and three races that were previously too close to call now have unofficial winners.
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WBEZ Apr 17
Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx discussed the Jussie Smollett case with staff after she publicly said she was recusing herself, newly released documents show.
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Miles Bryan Apr 16
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Breaking: Pipeline health ordered to restore all services offered at hospital as of April 9th. If they don’t do it by Thursday—200K a day fine.
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NPR Politics Apr 16
National security officials are confident foreign activity will continue in the 2020 election, but no one knows how it may look, how much it may evolve — or whether a WikiLeaks without Julian Assange could play a similar role.
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Natalie Y Moore Apr 16
Are you tired of Chicago lists that exclude South/West Sides? is making a summer activity guide! Fill out these Mad Libs-style prompts to help us showcase the best underrated (and unexpected) activities to do in Chicago this summer
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WBEZ Apr 16
Have you heard Azka's Mystery Podcast yet? As of this afternoon, "The Stealer of the Diamonds" has been streamed more than 4,000 times.
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NPR Apr 15
Doctors in Illinois say kids covered by CHIP are vulnerable to a measles outbreak because some physicians have stopped vaccinating them — due to a major policy shift in 2016 made doing so too expensive. (Via )
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Nerdette Podcast Apr 16
Sign up for our weekly Nerdsletter! It comes out Mondays and will include both Game of Thrones material and non-Game of Thrones material.
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