Tuesday, October 03, 2006
A proposed ordinance in Carpentersville could be the first of its kind in Illinois. It's designed to crackdown on illegal immigrants, but some opponents believe it could turn the village into a ghost town. Christian Farr investigates both sides of this debate.
News Analysis with Elizabeth Brackett
A new study says 1 in 7 minors have received unwanted, online solicitations for sex. Elizabeth Brackett and her panel have some advice on how you can protect your children from sexual predators online. Click here for internet acronyms you need to know and other ways to protect your kids in cyberspace.
Internet Safety Presentation, October 5, 7-9 pm
Naperville Municipal Center, 400 South Eagle Street
Naperville Police Department Detective Rich Wistocki will offer parents the steps they can take to keep their children safe in cyberspace. For more information, contact Detective Wistocki at (630) 305-5384.
The Blog of War
Soldiers' very own words in the form of internet diaries - that's the subject of a Chicagoan's new book. We'll talk with Matthew Currier Burden, author of The Blog of War: Front Line Dispatches From Soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Body Worlds Returns
The human body in all its inner detail is the subject of a controversial exhibit that's retruning to the Museum of Science and Industry. Eddie Arruza shows us real people who've been preserved in plastic and put on display.
Hedy Weiss Theater Reviews
Chicago Sun-Times theater critic Hedy Weiss preview the highly-anticipated production of "Cinderella" by Chicago's Joffrey Ballet.
Chicago as you've never seen it: A new exhibit at the Stephen Daiter Gallery (311 West Superior Street, Chicago) showcases six decades of photographs by Lee Balterman, an artist who's still at work.
Mancow Muller shares his thoughts about involving parents in their children's decisions.