WJBC This Week, 6-11-16

Jun 10, 2016, 05:30 PM

Welcome to WJBC This Week, where we look back at the top stories and interviews from the past week. On this week's program, the regional superintendent of schools discusses the uncertainty educators are facing as the state budget stalemate continues with no end in sight. State Farm works with local high schools to prepare the next generation of workers. An Illinois Wesleyan alum who told the story of Mohammed Ali several times shares his thoughts on 'The Greatest.' The director of Miller Park Zoo defends the Cincinnati Zoo's shooting of a gorilla where a 3-year-old had got into his exhibit. Plus, an author seeks to explain the mystery of taste and why we like what we like.