Listen: Kim Fox, WBZ, Attorney discussed on WBBM Afternoon News Update
"Adam Keith Johnson sixty and fair at O'Hare the forty eight a high today sixty tonight cloudy with a low of forty one top local story on NewsRadio WBZ 'em is developing now in mckenry county where the mother of missing five year old boy is expected in court at this hour, JoAnne Cunningham's hearings deals with the DCFS decision to remove her other son from the home after the disappearance of her son, AJ friend. In the meantime, police in crystal lake have released nine one one recordings from the day. The boy's father reported him missing WBZ's, Bernice foia reports on those recordings. Night probably nine thirty five year old AJ friend's father. Andrew till crystalline. Police AJ was noticed missing. When the family woke up, then he says, you notice the boy gone between eight fifteen and eight thirty after returning from an early morning. Doctor's appointment. Out of the basement garage everywhere. Sprint says he and the boy's mother checked all over the neighborhood to spoke with. Principal over there the school the park is make they haven't seen Kim or any other child. I idea where it would be burning to foia NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. Chicago police department is investigating fourteen drug overdoses in a matter of hours today that have killed two people police say they may all be tied to one person or one silver vehicle reported to have been driving around the west side in the area of Chicago and home inevitable's distributing heroin on two occasions. Police say an officer used the overdose antidote Narcan to revive victims. Detectives are on the case. And there could be more victims not yet found Mike Crausser NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM county state's attorney Kim FOX's taking heat for taking a selfie with a community activist and racially charged event rainbow push. The man has been charged with allegedly punching police officers last year attorney James McKay. Who's representing the officers said FOX never should have posed for that photograph saying the. State's attorney shouldn't have any contact with the person being prosecuted by her office. You should have known."