Cal Sutter, Iowa, St Charles discussed on WBBM Evening News

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Comes in the aftermath of another military aviation accident occurred last week to special operations. Soldiers were killed and three injured. An army helicopter crashed during a routine training off the coast of California, a Navy spokesman said. The cause of the crash is under investigation. Reports indicate no structures or personnel on the ground were damaged or injured. After taking off from Iowa this morning, A group of bicyclists are expected to reach ST Charles by tomorrow morning, part of a symbolic journey honoring a young cancer victim while also raising awareness and money. Stacy Walberg helped create Cal's Angels in 2007 after her stepson, 13 year old Cal Sutter of South Elgin. Died of leukemia were now every jungle and hospital and not only do we grant wishes, we also raise awareness and founded research one way they're doing that is with the second annual war on Wheels Bike ride, in which six men, some of whom have been affected by pediatric cancer, are riding 24 hours straight from Iowa to ST Charles. The whole reason behind it is they wanted to do something extremely want to do something very difficult. Holmberg says. 100% of the money raised from the ride will go to cancer. Search for which Cal's Angels has already raised over $13 million. It's really crazy that six people after ride a bicycle from Iowa just to feel to get people to wake up and see what's going on in the world. Any day news radio 105.9 FM. The days are getting shorter and you can feel it in the air. Yes, it's that time of year. Pumpkin is finally back a Duncan. It's the cozy You've been craving all summer long Now in your cuppa Duncan, pick up all of your pumpkin favorites like the signature Pumpkin Spice. Or a pumpkin ice coffee.

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