- Healthy people, healthy communities
Dr. James Levine is making a bet that he can rebuild a community by improving individual health. If he's right, his effort to improve the health of residents in inner city Cleveland could impact the way health care is delivered in America.9:06 a.m.
James Levine, MD: Chief of endocrinology at University Hospitals Case Medical center in Cleveland, where he is directing the "Cleveland Project." He previously worked at the Mayo Clinic.
John Montague: Managing partner with 40 Ventures, a consulting firm. He is acting as the interim CEO of the Cleveland Project.
- Author dissects the origins of forensic science
Joseph Vacher was a former soldier who roamed the French countryside in the late 19th Century, killing several people. In his new book, author and journalist Douglas Starr examines the story of Vacher, the criminologist who pursued him, and the origins of modern forensics.10:06 a.m.
Douglas Starr: Co-director of the graduate program in science and medical journalism at Boston University. "The Killer of Little Shepherds" is his second book.
- Minnesota's summer of tornadoes
The largest outbreak of tornadoes in Minnesota history took place on June 17th, when 48 touched down across the state. Meteorologists will gather tomorrow night at the University of St. Thomas to discuss what we've learned from that day.10:45 a.m.
Matt Friedlein: Meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Chanhassen.
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