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"It's Saturday December eighth. Good morning. I'm John Coleman. It's twenty three degrees in Chicago. And no wind chill this hour. Clearing called overnight low twelve and some outlying areas about twenty at the lakefront full forecast coming up. Our top local story on NewsRadio WBZ 'em and Aurora man faces a host of charges now that the Kane county state's attorney has ruled that a police officer was justified when shooting this man on October twenty seconds state's attorney Joe McMahon made the determination nearly seven weeks after an officer shot Giovanni Padilla in the arm. He said an officer responding to an armed robbery call spotted Padilla out of breath a short distance away, and that when the officer approached him Padilla ran allegedly dropped a gun kicked it under a car retrieved it and assumed a shooting stance at which point the officer fired among the nine. Felony charges. He faces are armed violence and armed robbery with a gun. Bob Roberts, News Radio one zero five point nine FM. Search continues for a nineteen year old woman who escaped custody yesterday at the Leighton criminal courts building was a robbery last year that led to electric monitoring for nineteen year old the leash gyns sheriff, Tom darts chief policy officer Kara Smith says gyns went AWOL from that electron monitoring program in September of this year and was arrested this week, then somehow went AWOL again this time from the courthouse at twenty six in California. We're trying to determine how this occurred was she handcuffed or not if she was handcuffed. How did she got? It those handcuffs and walk out if she wasn't handcuffed. Why Smith says certainly there were security failures allow this to occur and we will determine what those were and address them. Steve Miller, News Radio on one zero five point nine FM, incoming Illinois. Governor Jay Pritzker says he'll stand up for image. Grants when he takes office next month. JV Pritzker is accusing President Trump of creating a climate of fear around Illinois immigrant communities from immigrants who have achieved citizenship mentioned many people who are here. On temporary visas hoping for permanent status. And of course, the documented he says Illinois should stand up for immigrants in one way to do that is to beef up the trust act legislation signed over the summer that prohibits local police from conducting immigration enforcement, expanding the trust act and most importantly enforcing the trust. So that we're not. Incidentally, turning people over to the federal government. We don't eat. He made the remarks after speaking to the Illinois business immigration coalition, rob heart, NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. Authorities have level charges against a northwest. Indiana woman in the bludgeoning death of her inch daughter. The northwest Indiana times reports twenty five year old Lisa Marie Rodriguez of Hammond appeared in court yesterday a day after she was arrested. She's charged with murder in the death. Tuesday of four months old Brooklyn Rodriguez who died of blunt force trauma to the head. WBZ news time four oh. Eight time for traffic."