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7 pm Tuesdays, beginning Sept. 23, on WILL-TV: Illuminating the family histories of Tina Fey, Derek Jeter, Ben Affleck, Stephen King, Billie Jean King and more.

From Fresh Air: Terry Gross talks to Zak Ebrahim, whose father was convicted as a conspirator of the 1993 World Trade Center bombing.

In this episode, Lisa Bralts revisits her neighborhood alleys and muses on their shortcomings ... and potential. Listen.

with U of I environmental engineer Tami Bond.

From NPR Music: There's one question that can get a whole family on the dance floor: "Do you remember the 21st night of September?"

WILL-TV: Spycams capture life of nature’s most devoted parents and their offspring.

8 pm Thursdays: Adventures of a socially challenged doctor in a Cornish village.

National/International News

September 19, 2014

NFL Commissioner: ‘We Will Get Our House In Order’

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell addressed the media Friday, saying the league wants to implement new personal conduct policies.

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell announced that former FBI director Robert Mueller will lead an investigation of the way the league handled the Ray Rice case and he said at the end of the process it will implement new conduct policies.

Obama: Campus Sex Assault An Affront To Humanity

Voters In Scotland Reject Independence With Unprecedented Turnout

Senate Approves Obama Plan To Train Syrian Rebels

Scotland’s Historic Decision: Should It Stay Or Should It Go?

New Islamic State Video Purports To Show British Journalist

Obama Rules Out Another Ground War In Iraq

Vikings Reverse Course, Place Adrian Peterson On Exempt List

Pence Among Possible Pres. Contenders Backing Abortion Ban

Severe Respiratory Illness Confirmed In 12 States

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WILL-FM 90.9 has resumed its regular program schedule after transmitter repairs.

9:30 pm Tuesday, Sept. 23, on WILL-TV: Critically acclaimed film is an emotionally surprising and revealing portrait.

7 pm Friday, Sept. 26, on WILL-TV: Gwen Ifill hosts a town hall meeting on issues raised by the shooting of Michael Brown in Missouri.


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