Cheryl Corley

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Hall of Fame basketball coach Bobby Knight has died at 83

Wednesday, November 01, 2023

Nicknamed "the General," Knight spent nearly three decades at Indiana University and several seasons at Texas Tech. His teams racked up wins, but he was controversial on and off the court.


Jumping for joy and sisterhood, the 40+ Double Dutch Club holds a playdate for women

Wednesday, September 20, 2023

Hundreds of women aged 40 and older gathered in Chicago recently to jump rope and play other games from their youth. It was the 3rd national playdate held by the Double Dutch Club.


Women aged 40 and older gathered in Chicago to relive their jump rope days

Monday, September 18, 2023

Hundreds of women gathered in Chicago to relive their youthful days of jumping rope at the 40+ Double Dutch Club's National Play Date. (Story aired on Weekend Edition Sunday on Sept. 17, 2023.)


Women aged 40 and older gathered in Chicago to relive their jump rope days

Sunday, September 17, 2023

Hundreds of women, aged 40 and older, gathered in Chicago recently to relive their youthful days of jumping rope at the 40+ Double Dutch Club's "National Play Date."


After more than five decades, Rev. Jesse Jackson steps down at Rainbow-Push Coalition

Monday, July 17, 2023

The Reverend Jesse Jackson is stepping down as the leader of the Rainbow-Push Coalition after more than a half century of activism.


Folk veteran Iris DeMent shows us the 'World' she's been workin' on

Friday, February 24, 2023

Over the last three decades, singer-songwriter Iris DeMent has gained a cult following of folk, gospel and country music fans.


Increasing women police recruits to 30% could help change departments' culture

Sunday, July 31, 2022

Departments across the country have pledged to recruit more women in order to diversify their staffs and potentially reduce use of force by police. It's called the 30x30 initiative.


'30 by 30' calls for 30% of police recruits to be women by the year 2030

Sunday, July 17, 2022

Police departments across the country have committed to recruiting more women in order to diversify their staffs and reduce the incidence of police brutality. But does it work?


Suspect has admitted to shooting at Illinois Fourth of July parade, authorities say

Wednesday, July 06, 2022

The 21-year old charged in the mass shooting during a July Fourth parade in Highland Park, Ill., showed up for a bail hearing while the community struggles to recover.


A 4th of July parade in Illinois was the latest target of a mass shooter

Tuesday, July 05, 2022

A gunman on a rooftop in Highland Park, a Chicago suburb, opened fire on the crowd that came together to celebrate. At least six people were killed. Police say a person of interest is in custody.


At least 6 are dead after shooting incident in Highland Park, Ill.

Monday, July 04, 2022

At least six people are dead and at least two dozen are injured after an an active shooter incident in the city of Highland Park, Ill.


Illinois protects access to abortion. Locals have mixed reactions to the Roe ruling

Friday, June 24, 2022

Illinois is one of a handful of states that protects access to abortion and expects people in restrictive states to cross its border. Reactions are strong among those who support and oppose access.


Man accused in killing Buffalo, N.Y., shooting will face federal hate crimes charges

Wednesday, June 15, 2022

The Justice Department announced multiple hate and firearms charges against the white man accused of killing 10 people at a Buffalo market in a predominantly Black neighborhood.


Here's what experts say police should have done in the Uvalde school shooting

Friday, May 27, 2022

"It'd be great if you had some help — but I can assure you those kids need help more than you need help," says Steve Ijames, who trains police agencies on active-shooter situations.


More funerals will be held this week for victims of the mass shooting in Buffalo

Monday, May 23, 2022

In New York, residents of Buffalo are still in shock over a racially motivated mass shooting at a supermarket. Ten African Americans were shot to death, and three people were wounded.


The Buffalo, N.Y., community holds funerals this week for shooting victims

Saturday, May 21, 2022

It's been a difficult and emotional week in Buffalo, N.Y., following last week's shootings at a local supermarket. The racist attack has jarred the community as the first funerals begin.


Buffalo prosecutors get more time to build their case against a mass shooting suspect

Thursday, May 19, 2022

Payton Gendron is accused in a racist supermarket attack that killed 10 people. On Thursday, a judge delayed the hearing that will decide if there's enough evidence to proceed to trial until June 9.


The white man accused of killing 10 Black people in Buffalo will be back in court

Thursday, May 19, 2022

A court hearing will be held Thursday in Buffalo, N.Y., for the white man accused of going on a deadly, racist rampage at a supermarket in a mostly Black neighborhood.


Biden calls for unity during his visit to Buffalo, which is shaken by mass shooting

Wednesday, May 18, 2022

The community in Buffalo, New York, is holding vigils to honor the victims of Saturday's shooting. President Biden traveled there Tuesday to talk with the families of the victims.


Reproductive rights supporters rally across the country

Saturday, May 14, 2022

Thousands of reproductive rights supporters are gathering Saturday at rallies across the country in protest of the Supreme Court draft opinion that would overturn Roe v. Wade.