Listen: Copa, Chicago, Matt Piper discussed on WBBM Programming
"Our top story this hour. The man who allegedly killed forty nine people during a shooting rampage at two mosques in Christ's church. New Zealand has made his first court appearance. Matt piper will have much more on the story in a CBS. News update at one thirty one the owner of the cascade drive in and west Chicago announced yesterday that the theater which has been in operation since one thousand nine hundred sixty one will not open for the twenty one thousand nine hundred season beyond according to the daily herald now about thirty thousand people have signed an online petition decking, the owner to not sell the site to a developer B M's, Mike Krause reports the comments from those signing seemed to be heartfelt talking about earliest childhood memories in passing those on to kids and grandkids. The cascade opened in nineteen sixty one someone writes, we need more family friendly places like this not another strip mall. Another said safe reasonably priced and a reason to unplug a woman rights. I went on a date here once in high school, it was probably one of the worst dates of my life. But I actually returned a couple of times with friends because I thought the drive in movie experience was so cool. Mike Crausser NewsRadio on one point nine FM. The Chicago fraternal order of police says the city civilian oversight agency of the police department COPA is violating state law. Attorneys for the F O P filed the complaint yesterday in the circuit court of Cook County, the FLP has long argued that COPA is not the appropriate agency to investigate officer involved shootings because its members are not part of any law enforcement agency. And do they do not have a thirty to do anything. WBZ news time one Twenty-one. Hey, everybody and welcome to net.."