As the state lifts more restrictions, moving to Phase Four of the Restore Illinois plan, there are worries about a spike in coronavirus cases. Hear what some experts are saying,
A Bloomington nursing home was the site of a COVID-19 outbreak. We learn more about what happened there.
And while Illinois lays claim to the Great Emancipator, its past also includes slavery. We'll get a history lesson. That and more on Statewide.
This week's lineup:
* Mary Hansen reports on a community police review board in Springfield with a light caseload. That has some questioning if a change is needed.
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