Statewide: A lawsuit over a town's water quality
Residents of one Illinois community filed a class action lawsuit against their city over the quality of the water supply. A bad odor, discoloration and even high levels of lead made the tap water nearly unusable, according to the residents. We take a closer look at the issue.
We hear from parents navigating the public health and political interests when it comes to masks in schools. And there's an effort to bring more doctors to rural areas.
Those stories and more on Statewide.
* Peter Medlin looks at lead levels in water. The town of Sycamore faces a class action lawsuit from residents. First up, a report on water testing procedures in schools. Then, we hear from residents who say they've received little guidance for dealing with lead.
* Jake Harper and Lauren Bavis of Side Effects Public Media report on how incarcerated people often face retaliation for calling out staff sexual misconduct.
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