Tonight on Final Edition, we'll update a couple stories we've followed in one case for several years and in the other for several months. The Naperville Riverwalk Commission is nearing completion on the first phase of re-habbing the oldest portion of the walkway. If everything goes according to plan, the Riverwalk's dandelion fountain should be working again by the end of this week. Just down the road from the Riverwalk, Edward Hospital continues to work on a project of its own. For more than five years, Edward has tried to get regulatory approval for a hospital in Plainfield. The Illinois Health Facilities Planning Board controls what projects move forward and it has repeatedly rejected Edward's requests. Edward administrators aren't giving up though, we'll bring you a discussion on the latest incarnation of the hospital's plan to serve the quickly growing community.
We're also working on some interesting stories for Tuesday. Morning anchor/reporter Bob Lorenz is wrapping up a story on Dupage County's effort to help you protect yourself from identity thieves. Also, I talked recently with the county's economic development director for a closer look at the local economic picture. I'll also have a two minute review on Tuesday of the
unusually formatted film, Vantage Point. As always, if you've got comments or story ideas for us in the WDCB News room, please don't hesitate to call or write.