Arlington Park, Environmental Protection Agency, Lake Michigan discussed on WGN Nightside
Watching that closely is going to get rough and anxious day and night ahead. For our 50th state police issuing a community alert after two separate stabbings in Grant Park. Both happened in the 1100 block of South Michigan first on July 9th, the second on July 24th. In both cases, the offender approached a homeless person while they were sleeping in the park. Police say the offender then attacked the person and fled the scene. US. Environmental Protection Agency wants the public's feedback on a proposed cleanup of coal ash buried along Lake Michigan at the agency believes is threatening wildlife at the Indiana Dunes National Park. Agency says coal ash buried around the former coal fire power plant is sleeping through the groundwater and threatening plants wildlife at the 15,000 acre National park along Lake Michigan, Southern Shore. The state's Midlothian Drivers services facility is closed until August 5th because an employee tested positive for the Corona virus. All employees will self quarantine for the two weeks while the office is disinfected. This is one of several facilities that have had to re close since opening in early June. Sports coming back to the Chicago area, though without fans in the stands. Arlington Park is no exception. They re opened on Saturday with eight races. Arlington owners hope they'll be able to feel part of the park once they get the go ahead from the state. In other sports Minnesota beating the White Sox 14 to 2. White Sox visiting Cleveland. Monday night Pregame with Mark Szymanowski at 5 35 1st pitch with Annie Maser and Darrin Jackson at 6 10 Right here on 7 20 W g. N.