'Sagging' remains as fashion trends come and go

VIDEO: Men have been sagging for years, but many believe that the trend of sagging has become more drastic in today’s generation. The levels of sagging are getting lower and lower, even as far as to the knees. We set out to investigate why men continue to sag and where people believe sagging originates from.

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Spirituality vs. religion: younger generations stray from organized religion to discover alternative practices

VIDEO: There’s a divide between younger and older generations when it comes to faith. We set out to find out why more and more youth in this generation are considering themselves to be spiritual rather than religious, and why they are turning to certain alternative practices.

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Black business owner, Russell Austin, breaks down barriers in healthcare industry; advocates for better opportunities for African American youth

VIDEO: There are two common misconceptions still coloring the perception of black owned businesses in the Chicagoland area: that there aren’t many around, and if they are, they’re either a restaurant, dance studio, or a hair salon. But the numbers tell a different story.

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Safety or surveillance? City starts multi-million dollar lighting project on South and West Sides

VIDEO: Is there an impact on public safety and crime based on the quantity or quality of streetlights? We discovered that the Chicago Infrastructure Trust and Department of Transportation will spend $160 million dollars to install 250,000 LED streetlights.

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Can Misogyny Be Reversed Through Education?

VIDEO: Men have been sagging for years, but many believe that the trend of sagging has become more drastic in today’s generation. The levels of sagging are getting lower and lower, even as far as to the knees. We set out to investigate why men continue to sag and where people believe sagging originates from.

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