Jennifer Keiper, Cook County, Ron Haines discussed on WBBM Evening News

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Been ordered by a judge to be held in juvenile custody. According to the Tribune prosecutors filed petitions calling the Tina threat to the public the teenager is facing attempted first degree murder and aggravated battery charges related to the may sixth double shooting at the Argyle station initially the teen was supposed to be released to his family, but they failed to pick them up over the weekend. The status hearing in the case is expected later this month. A west suburban man has been charged with driving away after hitting a six year old girl while she wrote her bicycle yesterday in unincorporated Saint Charles WBZ's, Jennifer Keiper, report a six year old girl while riding her bike and unincorporated Saint Charles was struck by a pickup truck in the road immediately. After that Ryan core to Chico who came county sheriff Ron Haines says lives in the area turned himself into police and his facing several charges, including felony count of leaving the scene and failure to report a crash involving death or injury. Sheriff Haynes says they had witnesses from the father of one of the friends of the girl who attempted to chase down the truck that left the scene, and they did point to some signature details about this gentleman back that they knew he drove that truck. And the fact that he always had his German shepherd in the back of the truck, which he did at the time of the accident. The child was airlifted to a hospital in critical condition. Her family says her condition is improving. Jennifer, Keiper, NewsRadio on one point nine FM. The sun is setting on the FOX network show empire and possibly without one of its contra. Virtual actors the show empires in its final season. But no word of actor Justice Molad will be part of the show as an option to have him in the show, but five Jacobs say his future in the show is still unclear smell that was accused of saving racist anti gay attack against himself in Chicago, Cook County state's attorney's office decided to drop the charges Keith Johnson. Newsradio one zero five point nine FM. Another incident of pepper spray among elements school children. But this time it wasn't at a school. But on a school bus. According to the park ridge herald eleven children were taken to an area hospital after they were exposed to pepper spray while on the bus in unincorporated Maine township no serious injuries were reported. According to Cook County sheriff's department of chemical was released when a ten year old girl was testing a container. She had with her. The girl apparently was not aware of what kind of impact the chemical would have in the enclosed space about fifty five students were on board at the time of the incident. You can sign up for regular news updates and breaking news alerts at WBZ, NewsRadio dot com. Slash alerts. WBZ news.

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