Listen: Cincinnati, Aurora, Steve Miller discussed on WBBM Afternoon News Update
"It's Wednesday, April third. Welcome the WB an afternoon news update. I'm Nick young in for Keith Johnson. Jennifer Keiper in for Lisa fielding. We have fifty seven degrees in Chicago under cloudy skies going down to a low of forty one tonight and our top local story on NewsRadio WBZ m Aurora. Police say they're investigating a tip that a boy missing. For eight years may have been found in the Cincinnati area. WBZ 'em Steve Miller with details. This is the case of Timothy pits in who was six when he was last seen in may of twenty eleven when his mother picked him up at school in Aurora and took him to a waterpark before her body and suicide note were found in a Rockford hotel in that suicide note, she said Timothy was safe and being cared for by someone who loved him. Now, there are reports from the Cincinnati area that boy was found in a Cincinnati suburb. And that he told police he'd been held. Captive in a red roof in now Aurora police. Detectives are on the case. Detectives. Cincinnati to follow up on a tip Aurora. Police sergeant Bill rally says after Timothy's disappearance. Police received thousands of tips the FBI in Louisville confirms it's working with the roar. Police and Cincinnati area. Police Steve Miller News Radio on one. Oh, five point nine FM and a sign of unity mayor elect Lory Lightfoot and opponent Toni preckwinkle met at rainbow push this morning one day after yesterday's historic history-making runoff. Toni preckwinkle didn't acknowledge any of the bitterness of the campaign in Lori Lightfoot said it was spirited. They sat together prayed together and shared a podium here at rainbow push practical noted they talked about some of the same challenges late investments."