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We observe Veterans Day with stories. Stories straight from the mouths of military veterans. 

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It was Halloween night, 1938. People were mesmerized, even terrified, by what they heard coming from their radios. The world was being attacked by invaders from space. 

Here we are, knee-deep in summer, with vacation on the mind this weekend.

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If you aren't a caregiver now, there's a good chance you'll become one. This week on Free Range Radio: "Who Cares," from Capital Public Radio.

The first episode of Reveal prompted congressional hearings. What will the third bring? Find out on Sunday evening at 6:00 on WNIJ.

Conveyor

WNIJ is pleased to be a part of the new live storytelling series at Conveyor in Rockford. This Friday, the theme is Independence Stories:  storytellers will weave tales of events that triggered them to assert their individualism. Divorce, adulthood, quitting that terrible job… what sparked YOUR independence?

Susan Stephens / WNIJ

It's time to ride the rails with Free Range Radio as we celebrate National Train Day.  

There's More To The Story

Mar 28, 2014

  

Make plan's to join WNIJ this Sunday night at 6pm, at 89.5 FM or on the web, for Free Range Radio as we unveil another episode of Reveal,  a production of The Center for Investigative Reporting and PRX.

Susan Stephens / WNIJ

Art. It inspires, sustains, entertains -- even makes us think. It's the way some people make a living. And its funding is all-too-often the first thing on the chopping block when times are tough. WNIJ's news department decided to take a look at how artists and organizations are adapting to economic and cultural changes.