Pandemic. Health and safety
Guilty. He's held without bail awaiting trial. President Trump made a stop in Atlanta today raised concerns before crowd of UPS workers over governor's sending mail in ballots. The president warned the group that it could lead to a widespread voter fraud this fall. A governor sends out millions of ballots all over the place. They don't know where they're going. The president was referring to the governor of California, Gavin Newsom. Newsom says they're being sent only to registered voters trying to avoid lines at polls during the pandemic, 87 year old U. S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is out of the hospital. She's recovering in good shape at home. She was admitted late Monday with fever and chills. 87 protesters have been taken into custody outside the home of Kentucky's attorney general. They were demanding charges against officers involved in the fatal March shooting of 26 year old black emergency room tech. Briana Taylor happened inside her home home. Protesters were asked to leave the property. They did not. They've been charged with intimidating a participant in the legal process, disorderly conduct and trespassing. Hundreds of new jobs soon be available on Chicago's Southwest side. Crane. Chicago business reporting Now tonight that Amazon will move into a large warehouse in the Gage Park neighborhood few miles east of Midway Airport. Crane's reports Amazon as least Morton, 300,000 square feet of its space in a newly constructed industrial building there near 52nd in ST Louis Avenue. WG and Sports Blackhawks were back on the ice today, today three of training camp they're gearing up for a push for the playoffs, possibly without goaltender Corey Crawford. The White Sox are preparing for the Twins. They'll host a week from Friday at guaranteed rate field.