More than 2,000 state employees report to work at the James R. Thompson Center in Chicago's Loop. But the building, constructed in the early 1980's, has a host of problems. Repairs will be costly. The State of Illinois is moving forward in an effort to sell the facility, which some say is an architectural gem. We look at the pros and cons of the Thompson Center on this epsiode.
Also, the tragic story of young women who suffered radiation poisoning working at an Illinois factory. That and more on Statewide.
This week's lineup:
* Carrie Shepherd of WBEZ finds out the problems facing the James R. Thompson Center in Chicago. The state is considering selling the building, which needs repairs estimated at more than $300 million.