Jonathan Taves, Mark Lazarus, Karen Carney discussed on Bob Sirott


G N radio at 6 21 Page one a top U. S official saying people who got the Johnson and Johnson vaccine likely are protected. Against the Delta variant, The surgeon general says the Data shows the Oxford AstraZeneca shot a cousin of the J and J is also highly effective against the variant that is currently surging across the country page to the holiday weekend is near and travelers Be warned. It's going to get busy, more people on the road. Uh, then last year For sure. Travelers driving in the Chicago area over the Fourth of July weekend should plan for significant travel delays. As an anticipated 2.5 million Illinois residents will drive to their destinations and they say the worst time is going to be tomorrow Friday during the afternoon rush hour between four And six p.m. travel times could double them. Grand jury in Manhattan has indicted the Trump organization. And one of its top executives. Those charges are related to alleged tax crimes tied to an inquiry into employee perks. Such as rent free homes, car leases and bonuses. That indictment will likely be unsealed this afternoon, so we'll learn more than Donald Trump himself not expected to be charged. And the Da's indictment would be the first to charge the Trump company with criminal conduct following several federal and state prosecutorial inquiries during his administration. More on that from Our legal expert Karen Carney, coming up after the seven A.M. news Page four. And how's your breakfast cereal? It's going to be more expensive. General Mills says It's raising prices across nearly all its grocery categories around the world as the maker of Cheerios cereal and others says it faces its highest costs in a decade. More expensive ingredients. Packaging, trucking and labor will push General Mills overall costs about 7% higher over the next year or so, and you will begin to see most of those increases over the next few weeks. Tone. It may concern Page five from the world of Entertainment. A judge has shot down Britney Spears request to have her father removed from her conservatorship, at least for now. New court documents that were filed by the Los Angeles Superior Court yesterday showed that the judge has denied a months old request by Speer's attorney to remove her father, Jamie as her sole conservator. These documents are not. In direct response to last week's hearing where Britney Spears gave an explosive testimony. Those spirits delivered a powerful 24 minute statement. The judge cannot make any ruling based on what she said as she still has yet to file a petition to terminate her conservatorship, standby von use and Page six we finally heard from Black Blackhawks Captain Jonathan Tabs, and I still am not really clear on what exactly was the issue. I mean, he told us what it was. But do we know anything more about this? They've except it looks like he'll be back next season. Well, he hopes to be back. Uh and He's working. Obviously, to that end. He released this video, and he he said that it's uh, this. Oh, I think we have the audio. You want to hear it? Sure. Yeah, This was his, uh, his twitter feed. Let's listen, and then we'll talk about it. There's a lot of things. I just kind of piled up where my body just fell apart and what they're calling. It was chronic immune Response syndrome, where I just couldn't quite Cover and my immune system was reacting to everything that I did any kind of stress anything that I would do throughout the day. Just there's always kind of stress response. So Took some time. And that was the frustrating part was not really knowing when or how we're going to get over the hump, but thankfully got a great support team of people that helped me through it, and Learned a lot about just the stress. I put on my body over the years and I appreciate all the support and a lot of people were worried and definitely felt bad to a certain degree that people were that word and I thought it was really serious. But The back of my mind you would get through. It was just a matter of time. That wasn't too vocal about the things that I went through this year and Definitely want to thank the fans. I mean, my teammates, the organization Rocky stand, Jeremy. Everybody and the fans, especially, I think talked about the things that you appreciate and things that you maybe take for granted. But I think number One thing is about so many people across the hockey world in fans and people that have shown their support and I think that's the biggest thing is you realize there's more life than hockey. But I'm excited to get back to the United Center in play and just go out there and have fun, and I think my best is going to come through and excited to get back in front of fans. Jonathan Tabs, considering all the rumors that were going around, That's pretty good news. Well, he's sort of alluded to that during the video, he said. Now I know people were worried about me. But he did say he talked to Mark Lazarus of the athletic later. And in that interview, he suggested that he's a covid long hauler that even though It's not clear that he was ever officially told he had Covid 19. He believes he had it a things he had all the symptoms and he thinks that That compounded this this chronic immune stress response syndrome than and thus may have really exacerbated his his problems. Which he said he would have some good days and then some bad days. Well, if he's at full strength next season, that will be a big factor for the Hawks. Well, it would be huge and especially, you have to figure at this point. He's 33. But a year of not playing, it's a year without that. That spread the physical pounding that he's taken over the course of his career that he'll he'll be fresher. Assuming he's got his health back, and nobody works harder to be in condition. We know that about Jonathan Taves. Yep. He's the captain. And, uh, As a headline I saw. Oh, I like the headlines in the sports section is Johnny. Be better. And, uh oh, Here's the best one, Captain. Come back. That's the way it is. This has been the top six at six with Bob Sarah's on W G and radio..

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