W. B. B. M., Mike Krauser, Laura Ramirez discussed on WBBM Late Morning News

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Oh five point nine FM and WBBM newsradio dot com WBBM news time ten oh five finally Friday a busy one thanks so much for being with us and I'm Cisco koto in Chicago land we have sunshine and very warm and humid there is a chance for a little rain later on in the day as we head to a high of eighty eight degrees a very pleasant weekend is on tap right now it's eighty degrees will tell you all about that weekend in your complete accu weather five day forecast that comes your way at ten fifteen our top local story on news radio W. B. B. M. there was a violent confrontation this morning when a group protesting their resume demolition of the old Crawford power plant on the southwest side blocked traffic W. B. B. M. as Mike Krauser was there three dozen protesters walked on the road here outside the demolition site blocking traffic by truck driver hopped out of his cabin in front of them he pointed to push through the group that included small children shouting shame on push the woman to the ground in front of her two kids and then punched a man in the face activist Laura Ramirez couldn't believe what she was seeing thank you very much we try to punch in the face the truck driver turned thirty six street police showed up the protesters off the road they're angry the demolition is continuing after the botched implosion of the four hundred foot tall smokestack in April that said Dustin white area in little village Mike Krauser newsradio five point nine FM you can see video of part of the confrontation on the WBBM newsradio Facebook page Lightfoot is telling people there's no need to have vigilante groups patrolling neighborhoods there have been reports that.

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