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"aurora school" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

07:08 min | 6 months ago

"aurora school" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

"Funeral and cremation service services as unique as life live. Well a plan ahead. Give scott robin or a member of their great staff. A call today talk to them about pre planning. It's an amazing gift. Nobody wants to have that discussion. Nobody wants to deal with that. But we're all going to have to so if you can. If you're in that position where you can sarah. I'm gonna take care of everything now and then put it away. We don't have to deal with it. And then when the worst case scenario happens which will your family. that's grieving. That moment won't have to worry about a lot of those ins and outs that comes with planning the funeral. That's mosier funeral and cremation service. First advantage text line nine seven four seven eight. Thirteen one we. You said something interesting during the break about mccaffrey. As far as a win loss record you just get this sense. Maybe that it's not for long. I don't think so man. I don't think you would take much for him to get a more lucrative job offer because of people looking at what he's brought already. Yeah to greeley like. We just did the math. There's eleven games this upcoming season. I one against the buffs. Wow if they win that game game day. I'm out of here guys. Good luck everybody. They'll impact yet things. We're going man. I don't know. I think like a five hundred record. And so if you're what if you're six five you think that's it then he'll get a call and he's gone very 'cause i mean that's possible because it's more than just as wins. I mean it's his. you know. The addition of wins from what we've seen over the past. They've won three two in college. Juniors last three years three and seven to nine to ten. So i mean even. That would be a huge achievement. But that record. Alone with ed mccaffrey's name attached to star power is what's plus what in again. jason said. I wasn't out there. Saturday but saturday was felt like a little festival kind of deal. I saw some people on twitter saying we need to do this every year and make it like a compared to like a broncos training camp. It's fun and there's maybe they could get live music before the game and get the beer garden. I don't know what all the rules are there but make it a hell of a thing then. I mean capitalize on it while you can hopefully build tradition now. And then joe schmoe comes into coach this team and you have it But this is why they hired him. This was the reason they hired him. Does the baldwin stuff scare you at all that this came out. This news came out pretty much the day of or day before. Night before the scrimmage you fire your offensive or they move on the agree to part ways with your offensive coordinator. Not not really strange timing but it figured before a game. It'd be really bad. But it's a scrimmage practice base. it's basically practice against another team. I mean there's going to be more to it coming out the running backs coach or if it would have just been running backs coach. Okay but the guy that you have this great relationship with the you kind of more or less convinced to come out of retirement. If i'm understanding at all correctly so that's it all came down to is like like you said earlier it'd be was done pretty much a mutual thing. Maybe he was like only going to do it for a year man. And i want you to get through the scrimmage without me and again i'm painting it positively. Hey through the scrimmaging and see what and again. This is football. Scoop dot com. This is not confirmed from. Unc's camp. i will say this. This is not confirmed from the university of northern colorado. I tried to confirm. I was not denied. Necessarily i wasn't told yes or no. I was told more will come out. And then i got football scoop story and put in two and two together. So yeah that's what it would seem anyway. Power to play sports. Poll question of the day is which coach. Are you more excited to see. You gotta see karl dorrell. You gotta see steve adagio but both in shorten seasons who you more excited to see what they full real schedule. Steve adagio ed mccaffrey. Or carl durell. Honestly i think it does you. I think he has the most upside for his organization and he has the most. I think you're taking the football pick. I like that. I respect that. I'm taking the people magazine. Pick ed mccaffrey. Mccaffrey like texas said. No there's no doubt it has to be has to be coach. Karl durell the coach be most excited about his drill down in boulder. Unc's irrelevant go. Ask ed mccaffrey. They're they're not relevant suck next year but they got ed. Mccaffrey is their head coach. It's exciting for now. See continues to lose to fps schools. The pac twelve is among the very best. Let's go buffs. I mean. I'm down to be excited for carl rochelle. Yeah but as far as the drama for healing to me so all right. So you're you're going. Yeah man we are blowing through Breaks today my goodness. It's good news. It's big news got unc football. We're talking about here my goodness and it's exciting to talk about it not lover and his collins junior. But there is. There's a sexy factor surrounding the university of northern colorado. And it's not just christian. Mccaffrey we'll be right back to the live united thirteen ten thousand by texting. Kf all caps two two six nine eight nine. Give up to one hundred dollars and you could win a sign. Pair of terrell davis cleese thursday april. Twenty second the power trip weekdays at eleven and thirteen ten. Kfi kay haigh lender men's basketball coach at the university of wyoming cowboys. And you're listening to the whole show on thirteen ten jfk. Well that. If if if dave baldwin's gone. I do wonder who's going to be offense coordinator. Did you just bring in another name. Are we going to see another bronco from two thousand and from nineteen ninety-seven and we'll see rod smith come in the offensive coordinator. I got this new. But it's the this former. Unc coach to lead gateway high school. Football good for coach. He's getting another job at the high school side of things gateway high school in aurora school announced on tuesday good for coach earnest collins. Junior man he. He's a great guy. I was hoping he'd land. Not you know. I'm not gonna knock it but i was hoping he'd lands somewhere as positions coach with another college team or something and get a chance to get an different environment. Who knows but hey got. He got the job at gateway so good luck to ernest college. Junior great guy. We've loved having him on on the program. And by the way. If you guys missed my chat with ed mccaffrey. From last week. It's available to whole show dot com. Go podcast scroll down. You shall find second hour coming up. Broncos talk nuggets talk. Mike malone the color yokich that that sunday was rough. We'll talk about it next..

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"aurora school" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:48 min | 11 months ago

"aurora school" Discussed on WGN Radio

"On the news has sponsored by Lindemann, Chimney, heating and cooling. Have been more than 1000 Cove in 19 deaths and Illinois over the past week. First W G and traffic the inbound Eisenhower solid from Ashland to the burn interchange. Tonight's 34 minutes Now from 3 92, the old post office watch out for an accident on the North bound side of I 55 just after 30 and an accident as well on the inbound Dan Ryan Express lanes at 47th. The Illinois surpassed 14,000 covert 19 deaths since the start of the pandemic. It was just one week ago that we reported Illinois surpassed 13,000 covert 19 deaths. The Tribune reports. Kobe deaths continue to be consistently high so far this month. The top health official in Illinois today reported another 190 covert deaths in the past 24 hours. She's encouraging everyone to get vaccinated soon as it becomes available to them as the public health leader for the state of Illinois. I want people to know that I will be getting the vaccine when it's my turn. And when it's available, she's director of the Illinois Department of Public Health Doctoring Garcia's Ikea, she again pleaded with a little residents to celebrate the holidays in their own homes and to avoid travel or gatherings. Someone who test negative today. Could be exposed tomorrow or on the plane or in the airport on, then spread the virus in the days after for those planning to go ahead with travel or gathering, she recommends testing before and after your visits or your travel. But please understand that having those test does not really give you a free pass and assure that there could be no transmission of a US senator Tammy Duckworth's Democrat for Illinois, was optimistic today that help could be coming soon for struggling restaurant owners. She told the Illinois Restaurant Association during a virtual town hall meeting today that there's been shared progress on another covert relief funding package just at the vote on the defense budget, So looks like it's gonna pass, which is a good thing. Now. The president is too threatening to veto it. But of the 100 senators. I think we had 86 so far, so it's very bipartisan coming out of the Congress just passed a bill that temporarily funds the federal government that buys more time for talks. On that job it relief package the U. S. Supreme Court has rejected at Texas lawsuit aimed at overturning Joe Biden's election victory. Theeighties Jackie Quinn. Reports. The highest court in the nation says the state of Texas lacked standing to pursue the case, not demonstrating why Texas should be challenging election results in Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin with unsubstantiated claims of fraud. Legal experts expected this lawsuit would fail and yet, 100 96, Republican members of Congress and 17 Republican attorneys general signed on to show President Trump their support to of those congressmen are from Illinois representatives. Mike Bost for Illinois is 12th district and during the hood for its 18th. Search crews were combing the ocean off Southern California again today from US sailor who may have gone overboard from the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt. The search started yesterday morning. After a lookout spotted what appeared to be a person in water. That's according to a statement from the San Diego based Third Fleet. One sailor was unaccounted for during a command wide mustard. Teenager in Kansas has broken the world record for the largest non typical white tail ever shot by a female. It's been certified that on September 6th just one day after the opening of youth deer season 14 year old Paisley worth harvested a 42 point Buck. While rifle hunting with her dad. After the mandatory 60 day drying period, the rack was officially measured by Boone and Crockett and pulled in and that score of 271 and 48 inches. She learned how to shoot for age. Chicago Walderman debated today naming Lakeshore drive for a black man who some credit with founding Chicago Jean Jean Baptiste Point to sob. All the proposal would rename about 17 miles of the outer drive from Hollywood onto the north to 67th on the South. Disabled was a patient. This descent he's believed to be the first non native settler in this area established a trading post near the Chicago River in 1970, not rather 17 79. The bill was introduced by the South Side's 17th word Ultimate David Moore and the Transportation Committee says they're holding up or down vote by April. A superintendent of East or Aurora School District, 1 31, Dr Jennifer Norell has begun a program that aims to have all graduating seniors able to read and write at least two languages. We are looking ultimately to achieve the goal of having every 12th grader that graduates high school from our district be not only bilingual, but also by literate. And we know that that will be a game changer for them, no matter what Career path they take W Chance. Steve Bertrand on Chicago's afternoon news, WGN SPORTS NBA Preseason Tonight. Game, one of four of the Bulls hosting the Houston Rockets at the United Center and the Rockets taking advantage of them. 66 44 with about 50 seconds left in the second quarter looks good for the Texans at Soldier Field against the Bears that Sunday. They've got the all clear to hold the game with no positive covert 19 tests today at either program. The Bears are the one point underdog at home. 14th rate. Northwestern hosts Illinois tomorrow morning and big 10 football for the Land of Lincoln Trophy. A pregame at 10 30. The kickoff at 11 with David it, Ted Albrecht on 7 20, WGN and a WGN radio dot com Wildcats pulled off the upset last year and Champagne and the W G M forecast. The National Weather Service has issued a lakeshore flood warning in effect tonight into tomorrow, We'll see winds coming off the lake.

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"aurora school" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:25 min | 11 months ago

"aurora school" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Steve Bertrand on 7 20. W G. N Historically the FDA rules in the direction of these panels and in this case with months of data indicating that this vaccine is safe and thus far 95% effective, the FDA is decision is all but imminent. Our own review panel is poised to review all available FDA data and based on all information to date, the team is optimistic that this vaccine can safely move forward Governor Pritzker on the Visor vaccine, There's word out of Washington on the advice vaccine as well. The FDA chief reportedly was pressured to approve it by tonight or be forced to resign that comes from Mark Meadows, the chief of staff. Both sides publicly are backing off that reporting. New York Times says it is likely to be approved tomorrow, coming up on Chicago's afternoon news waiting for the Supreme Court on the Texas election lawsuit. Also, we'll talk to East Aurora's district 1 31 superintendent. She wants all students to be bilingual by the time they get out of middle school and the Christmas star comes this year. It's the last time it came was when Galileo was alive Only once every 400 years will go to the Adler Planetarium for the latest on that Merry Vandevelde. It's ugly outside. Oh, my gosh. Yeah, Haven't seen travel times like this in a while. It's gonna be a nasty in Russia. You know, it's funny. You say that because I When I drive in, I've been thinking of that. I did even today that We're all supposed to be avoiding working again. But the traffic is heavier, even in dry weather than it's been since the pandemic started. I think I think it's just because there's only one person in each car. S O there. You know the people that are going to work or not carpooling or taking metra or anything like that, So they're all in a car by themselves. I think it just shows some fatigue as well. You know, we're all tired of his Kevin Powell is in sports today. I know you're on the edge of your seat for Chicago Bulls preseason basketball tonight, Steve. Well, I've been ripping him left and right that mostly out of ignorance, though. I really don't know anything. What did they look like? I think there should be some or interest this year. Because you do have some core guys. I don't think they're gonna win. Anything of significance is here. But what sort of strides gonna make they have a new coach and Billy Donovan made a bit of a splash. And and mostly a new front office with our tourists, Karnishovas leading the way he's head of basketball operations, So it's the first time in a long time guard Pax Car. Forman and John Paxon aren't leading the way when it comes to Bulls. Roster decision and things like that. So I think there is a little bit more buzz around the Bulls this year than they have been in recent years and, of course, market basketball in action tonight, Steve Are they? Really? Yeah. I did not know that. Who are they playing? U c l A. Oh, I didn't know that. Okay, Good. I gotta leave early. I guess another 30. You got a West Coast. We got plenty of time. All right. We'll continue to focus on that throughout the afternoon. Kevin Lauren Latka is in the WGN news. See today Kim is off this week. And as you said, Steve, we're all kind of watching the FDA to see if will they really possibly Approved the vaccine tonight, after all the mixed reports about the White House pressuring the FDA to move forward with this, so all eyes are on that in terms of Illinois Governor Pritzker said. They're ready. And also cases were down today. So that that was a little bit of positive news. But deaths are still really, really high. And the rest of the country is reporting. What seems to be that post Thanksgiving search now, so you know, I want the vaccine out as soon as absolutely possible, right? But if you're trying to talk the country Into getting it publicly pressuring the FDA into approving it isn't gonna serve that purpose. But at the same time I get the idea. You know what more important thing do you have to do right now? That's keeping you from approving it. Get that, so we'll see. I like I said The New York Times is reporting tomorrow, but we'll see if it happens later today, it seems as if it's almost certainly going to happen. It's just a matter of when you never had a report on the lawsuit out of Wisconsin in the news, Yes. So the one that won most recently filed in Wisconsin by President Trump was disregarded today. Again. So you know, it's just another number of many lawsuits that has gone nowhere in terms of turning over. They've not had much success will talk to brew totals and coming up just after the next break. Bird, of course, is Great elections lawyer has joined us from time to time, so I want to talk to him about the Electoral College meets on Monday. I don't think any of us expects anything to end soon, but that should be another. Sort of key sort of nail in the coffin when it comes to putting this election to bed, so we'll talk to Burt about that. And the lawsuit coming out of Texas Elise Glink here later this hour to talk about what's going on with the stimulus and your money and a little bit later, we're going to talk to Dr Jennifer Norrell. She is the superintendent of East Aurora School. They got a great program there where they're starting. They started last year. I think trying to make sure that all the kids coming up K through eight, I believe are bilingual. By the time they get out, they're starting with kindergartners. So sort of an interesting program. There will talk to Dr Neural coming up. Ah, little bit later on the afternoon news right now, Mary's watching those travel times and the rain. And Iranian 42 rain and wind sport tonight Low 41 end rainy and windy once again tomorrow Chance of snow, mostly in the northwest suburbs High of 41 Eaton's is OK. But the Kennedy at the airport, 34 minutes.

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"aurora school" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"aurora school" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Aurora school dot org's It's all things considered from NPR news. I'm Ari Shapiro in Washington. And I'm Tanya, mostly in South Pasadena, California, The US Justice Department and 11 states are suing Google, accusing it of squeezing out competitors and monopolizing Internet search. Government says the tech giant is hurting consumers by making it hard for rival search engines to gain a foothold in PR. Shannon Bond covers Google, which we should note is among NPR's financial supporters. Hi, Shannon. So how does the government alleged Google is hurting its competitors? Well. In short, it's as Google is abusing its power, and this case is really all about Google's dominance. The Justice Department says about 80% of Internet searches in the U. S go through Google, and that number is even bigger on mobile phones. And that's because Google has spent a lot of money over the years to be the default search engine on many browsers and phones like Apple iPhones, and the government says that's made it hard for other companies to compete, hears US Deputy Attorney General Jeff Rosen. If the government does not enforce the antitrust laws to enable competition, we could lose the next wave of innovation. If that happens, Americans may never get to see the next Google. How is Google responding to these charges? Well, it says this lawsuit is deeply fly. You know, it says people aren't forced to use Google. They choose to use it because it's the best search engine. And Google also says these contracts were talking about to be the default search provider aren't unfair. It compares it to a company that makes cereal paying a supermarket for, you know, better placement on the shelf and that, you know, that doesn't mean that other serial isn't also there on the shelf for you to buy. So Google says consumers can and do choose which search engine they want to use. Okay, Shannon, but I bet if I were to ask one of these other search engines, they would actually say Google doesn't make it easy for them. That's right. So you know on many phones, as we've said Google search is the default because of these contracts. That's especially true of phones that run on Google's Android software, which is the majority of phones in the world. I spoke to Gabriel Weinberg. He's the CEO of Duck Duck, Go another search engine. And he says it takes a lot of steps to change all the default settings there and people are people just don't do that. And Weinberg says that's why his company has only been able to get about 2% market share and search. But if it was really one click like Google itself says it should be. We think that 2% would be easily 20% today. So, Weinberg says it should be easier to change search writers and we should also note here that duck duck go, is also a financial supporter of NPR. So what could this lawsuit means Google going to be broken up? That's really the big question. And, you know, the Justice Department's lawsuit doesn't get into specifics, but officials have said all options are on the table. That could mean pushing Google to split off some businesses. But you know this is going to take a long time. If we look back to the last big antitrust lawsuit against Tech giant that was Microsoft in the 19 nineties that took years to resolve. So this is a long road. We're going to be on And you know, In the meantime, we're just two weeks away from the election. Is it possible the timing of this suit is also politically motivated? Well, there certainly have been questions over why the Department of Justice is filing the suit. Now, you know, we have heard the Trump Administration talk a lot about cracking down on big tech. Justice officials say. You know, this is a result of a 16 month long investigation. It's not driven by any kind of political schedule or considerations, but I think the backdrop to this is there has been the real change in Washington after years of this hands off approach to the tech industry. Now Republicans and Democrats are much more skeptical about the power of thes. Big companies. Definitely a lot to follow here. That's NPR. Shannon Bond. Thank you so much. Thanks, Tanya. There's a thing called the mom penalty. It's the price women pay when they step back from their jobs to have kids. The penalty is severe. For well educated, highly paid women Stepping down the career ladder puts their earning power and futures as female leaders at risk. Now the pandemic is piling on. As NPR's Andrea Shu explains, Joyce Chen was that working mom who somehow was making it all work? She's an associate professor of development economics at the Ohio State University. She was eyeing a promotion to full professor next year, a rare achievement for women and economics. And then came the pandemic. It's almost impossible to do research every skies of circumstances, You know, there's always something going on and somebody means something or something's not working. Her husband's been tied up with a huge pandemic related project. So she has been the parent keeping things together for their three kids, which means her own research is now on hold. You know, the first month or two, I thought, maybe I'd be able to get back to you. But that never really happened. She's miss Dad on grant opportunities, and she hasn't submitted any papers for publication. This year. She's turned down collaborations. And, of course, it's not just women are having to do that now, but you know, that's something that's gonna ripple out through your entire career. Really. 10 has had four productive years but now wonders of that promotion might be derailed. Harvard economist Claudia Goldin has seen this division of Labour play out for decades in affluent, highly educated families, just like Chen's, and she's seeing it play out now in the pandemic. Women just step into that void, creating not just the mom penalty, but the dad premium in normal times. It's driven by the biological clock. Women step back to have and raise kids Justus..

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"aurora school" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"aurora school" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Heart radio at Fox 31 pinpoint whether 98 the high Today 97 Tomorrow already 81 degrees another Ozone action day with smoky haze in the air. Today we'll have more on the fires in just a moment. Some of the state's largest school districts are back in school that includes Denver and Aurora School District's Denver School superintendent Susanna Cordova says Right now it's all about keeping everyone safe. We all want to have our kids back in school. And right now overall, I think the thing that everybody is most concerned about is how we Keep our focus on both supporting kids, academic and social development. But keeping everybody healthy, she said. Taking the extra week to open has helped seed out reopened. I 70 through Glenwood Canyon this morning for the first time in a couple of weeks, glad to have it open. But if you need to travel through Glenwood Canyon police plan ahead, please be prepared toe. Move slowly but safely through the area. We want to keep this back open for folks knowing that it's a vital lifeline for many, that seed outsmart Anzio, the Grizzly Creek fires burned more than 30,000 acres. It's 31% contained. The Pine Gulch fires still the largest in the state, but it's at 44% containment. The governor declared a state of emergency to make resource is available to fight that place. It's burned over 130,000 acres. Williams Fort Fire is moving away from Fraser. It's had 4% containment. As many as 13 arrests are being reported from a weekend protests against the Denver Police Department. It broke out Saturday night, resulting in fires being set and Windows being broken out of police headquarters near Hancock said it wasn't a protest but a riot. Today In Washington House Democrats are putting the heat on Postmaster General Lewis to joy in all of our district's. We're hearing from constituents about significant delays and the delivery of mail. Medicines, food and other supplies. New York Democrat Carolyn Maloney opened the hearing incited ongoing widespread delays and mail service across the U. S Republican James Comber accuse Democrats of fabricating a baseless conspiracy theory. Joyce says he does not plan to replace Removed postal box is Vice President Mike Pence, is officially being nominated for a second term. Former Wisconsin governor Scott Walker made the nomination today in Charlotte. Publican National convention is officially underway. Rocky's now dropped seven straight manager. But Black says they need to get back on track quickly against Arizona Tonight, you need a well pitched game We need to finally hitting and then we'll be on our way. Our coverage of tonight's game starts at seven. Nuggets are game away from being pop from the bubble in Orlando after yesterday's two point loss, ABS hope to bounce back against Dallas tonight at 7 45. Our next news update is at 10 30. I'm Chuck Clark on Kono Radio 8:50 A.m. and 94 1 FM. It's your chance to win $1000.

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"aurora school" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:35 min | 1 year ago

"aurora school" Discussed on KCRW

"I'm Noelle King in Washington, D C and I'm David Greene in Los Angeles. The Senate Intelligence Committee has for 3.5 years been investigating Russian interference. In the 2016 election this morning, they released the fifth and final volume of their bipartisan report in this report. They focus on the counter intelligence threats. How the Russian government Sought to influence both Trump campaign officials and the election itself. NPR investigative correspondent Tim Mac has been reporting on this and is with us. Hi, Tim. Hey, there, so I know you've been following this for awhile. What jumps out at you and in this fifth and final volume? I think the big headline is that the report outlines former Trump Campaign Chairman Paul Manafort ce work. With a man named Constantine Kalim Nick, who they identify as a Russian intelligence officer. The Senate Intelligence Committee says that Manafort sought to share secret internal trump campaign information with him. Briefed Kalim Nick on the campaign's polling data and how they wanted to beat Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election. The report also says that the committee obtained evidence that clinic may have been related to the Russian government's hack and leak operations targeting the 2016 American election. Now this is a real insight because it shows a link straight from The former Trump campaign chairman to the Russian intelligence services, and the report calls this a grave counterintelligence threat. Well, how long did that threat endure? I mean, Kalim. Nick was going through Manafort. It sounds like Manafort left the campaign midway through the election Did his role stop there? I mean, Kalinic, this this Russian intelligence officer also planted the seeds for another American scandal. Years later Clinic of the report concludes, almost certainly helped to start this narrative that Ukraine Not Russia interfered in the 2016 election. Now you'll really remember that this is the This is the false narrative that that you that helped fuel a phone call to the Ukrainian government that ultimately led to a serious events involving trumps the president's impeachment. We're going back to the 2016 campaign, Tim. I mean, the big feature that election that we all remember. So what was the dumping of emails stolen from Democratic Party networks? Are we learning more about that incident from this report? Write a cz you mentioned the 2016 campaign was upended by the sudden and unexpected. Packing and release of thousands of pages of stolen emails by the website known as Wikileaks write. The report found that the report finds that that Vladimir Putin Personally ordered this operation and that Wikileaks played a key role in this Russian campaign because it quote very likely knew it was assisting a Russian intelligence influence effort. On the Trump campaign side, the bipartisan report concludes. The Trump campaign sought to maximize the strategic value of these Wikileaks stumps. They sought advanced notice of when these disclosures would happen, and he created PR strategies to promote the materials once they came out. The report also concludes that the Trump campaign quote encouraged further theft of information and continued leaks. Well, I suspect this is not the last time I'm going to talking about the subject of Russia and potentially interfering in American politics, sadly, but this report does essentially put the lid on these years of investigations. I mean, can you sum up what we've learned? I mean, I think essentially this report and the other reports before at the Mueller investigation shows that at critical moments in the campaign, the Trump campaign looked for assistance wherever they could find it, whether that was from folks that we now understood stand to be related to the Russian intelligence services or otherwise. The report shows that the Trump campaign wanted to do this for their own electoral prospects. NPR's investigative correspondent Tim Mak, forthis morning, Tim. Thank you so much. Thank you. How are kids feeling? At the start of an extraordinary new school year, Jenny Brandon of Colorado Public radio went out and asked some of them online willing steak. I hate it. That's middle schooler Eric Peterson and just sitting at a screen all day. It's really unnerve Ng. If you sit there too longer. I start too unfocused and you literally, can't you Anything. One thing Eric noses he wants the summer to end. There's only so many times you Khun re read Harry Potter before it gets really annoying. The school district in Durango, Colorado, offered families a choice in person, virtual learning or a mix of the two for safety reasons His family chose virtual for 17 year old Caleb Washington. The decision was made for him by his Aurora school district. Will spend at least the next couple of months. Learning remotely sequestered in his bedroom. Caleb will share bandwidth with two siblings who are also distance learning, Just like in the spring. I was just kind of like planet my schedules when they were doing their stuff. I would wait until they were done, and then I would do mine. He also has two even younger siblings, not yet in school. One of them pushes into his room during our call. Martin doesn't have a lock. So like the concert, just barge in like you just saw he has mixed feelings about more remote learning because of that, and because he's a hands on learner. He says, though it's safer being home now, But he thinks school administrators need to think long and hard about the impact of virtual learning on kids Just offer people I know, I know school was a good Elif for them to get away from house because they have, like puzzle problems. The family dynamic wasn't really there. So for them to be stuck in that I know it has additional 15 year old Briana Meza didn't much like remote learning in the spring. She desperately wants to go back to her school in Denver. But given what a school day normally looks like she's skeptical her classmates will follow health protocols. Everyone's like constantly like on each other, like hugging high schoolers running around all over the place, giving each other piggyback rides. Talking it over with her parents, 100% remote was the best choice for her. She knows being away from high school has been very rough on some of her friends. They feel hopeless. Six in 10, American teens said the Koven 19 pandemic had increased their feelings of loneliness, according to one national poll. It's just it's rough, like not being able to have a fun like teenage life at the age of 15, because no one's really willing to do what they're supposed to She thinks if people had worn masks in social distance, more schools might have been able to go back to normal of all the kids. I.

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"aurora school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"aurora school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"On my learning steak. I hated that's middle schooler Eric Peterson and just sitting at a screen all day. It's really unnerve Ng. If you sit there too longer. I start too unfocused and you literally, can't you Anything. One thing Eric noses he wants the summer to end. There's only so many times you Khun re read Harry Potter before it gets really annoying. The school district in Durango, Colorado, offered families a choice in person, virtual learning or a mix of the two for safety reasons His family chose virtual for 17 year old Caleb Washington. The decision was made for him by his Aurora school district. He'll spend at least the next couple of months. Learning remotely sequestered in his bedroom. Caleb will share bandwidth with two siblings who are also distance learning, Just like in the spring. I was just kind of like, plan all my schedules when they were doing their stuff. I would wait until they were done, and then I would do mine. He also has two even younger siblings, not yet in school. One of them pushes into his room during our call. Mom doesn't have a lock. So like they constitute barging. Like how you just saw. He has mixed feelings about more remote learning because of that, and because he's a hands on learner, he says, though it's safer being home now, But he thinks school administrators need to think long and hard about the impact of virtual learning on kids just off of people. I know, I know school was a good outlet for them to get away from house because They have, like puzzle problems. The family dynamic wasn't really there. So for them to be stuck in that I know it has been additional 15 year old Briana Meza didn't much like remote learning in the spring. She desperately wants to go back to her school in Denver. But given what a school day normally looks like she's skeptical her classmates will follow health protocols. Everyone's like constantly like on each other, like hugging high schoolers running around all over the place, giving each other piggyback rides. Talking it over with her parents, 100% remote was the best choice for her. But she knows being away from high school has been very rough on some of her friends. They feel hopeless. Six in 10, American teens said the Koven 19 pandemic had increased their feelings of loneliness, according to one national poll. It's just it's rough, like not being able to have a fun like teenage Life at the age of 15, because no one's really willing to do what they're supposed to. She thinks. If people had worn masks and social distance, more schools might have been able to go back to normal of all the kids. I spoke to the little list ones were the most desperate to get back inside classrooms like this group I ran into at a makeshift neighborhood summer camp in Denver. I just wish I could be at school, learning something like intelligent and something like that. I don't feel like I can focus a lot when it's on the computer because at home It's like a hangout place for me every single one of this big posse of kids ages 5 to 10 says one of the things they really miss. Is there teachers. Gabriel Burbage, who's almost six says it best. I feel like I want my teacher's back. And I see like Corona viruses. Not cool for me. School is fun for me. I feel like it a lot farther than going to online school because you just got to do a lot of Medicaid and education, and then you get to learn more stuff. It's a sentiment kids across the country would probably agree with for NPR News and Jenny Rendine in Denver. This is NPR news. And this is WN. My C Stay tuned later on morning Edition. The question of who killed pioneering Rapper Jam Master Jay has been one of New York City's enduring and notorious mysteries..

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"aurora school" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"aurora school" Discussed on KCRW

"Set record sales proceeds from Powerball tickets to scratch offs contributed $731 million to public education. Translates to more than 10% of the state's funding for school district's, but their seats don't look nearly as good this year. With more strict reopening guidelines, Sales have plummeted and revenue is nosedive nearly $90 million during the pandemic. Victor Matheson teaches economics at the College of the Holy Cross in Massachusetts, where he researches sports in the lottery, So we do know roughly nationwide money from lotteries. Plus other gambling constitutes about 2% of all state budgets in the country as a whole, So that's not huge. On the other hand, it's as much as state's generate from For example, ST Tobacco TAXES it alcohol taxes, 45 states and the District of Columbia run lotteries. More than half of state lotteries funnel a portion of their revenue into education. 14 completely devote their lottery money to public schools and scholarships. In fact, in North Carolina, they even call it the North Carolina education. Lottery officials talked. The more than 10,000 students received free pre K last year, thanks to the Lotto. Schools in that state are now projected to receive about $30 million of less than what they expected from the lottery. The pandemic lottery dip in places like North Carolina, Illinois wouldn't normally be a huge loss for public education. But Matheson says, since it's happening at the same time as the recession, it's a small but irreplaceable amount. The drawing up of lottery funding Is just symbolic of drying up of all sorts of other types of revenue sources that state local governments and schools all depend on. Jeff Craig is superintendent of the West Aurora School District, located west of Chicago. He's feeling a bit of whiplash, he says. Just before the pandemic he was planning to add resource is all those boulders are now in a filing cabinet because it's not something we can talk about for years to come. Now. Now, Craig is trying to figure out how to pay for additional costs things like sanitation, protective equipment and ensuring the emotional health of his students. Been trying to calculate all the losses add up quickly. Michelle Yaar is the chief financial officer at Rockford Public schools. Overnight. We went down $20 million which is very significant. With less money from the lottery and a predicted drop off property and corporate taxes. School systems may have to start making tough decisions about klutz very soon. Depends on how long this recession will last. So hopefully this is ah, one year dip, but it is not looking like it. I mean, I would I would expect we're going to have a hard couple of years to three years. Based on what's what's happening. Many school officials are hoping for federal stimulus money to help them bridge the funding gaps. But bridging those gaps will rely in part on people being able to stop by the gas station to buy a lottery ticket for NPR news computer modeling.

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"aurora school" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"aurora school" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Lottery set record sales proceeds from Powerball tickets to scratch offs contributed $731 million to public education. Translates to more than 10% of the state's funding for school district's, but their seats don't look nearly as good this year. With more strict reopening guidelines, Sales have plummeted and revenue is nosedive nearly $90 million during the pandemic. Victor Matheson teaches economics at the College of the Holy Cross in Massachusetts, where he researches sports in the lottery. But we do know roughly nationwide money from lotteries. Plus other gambling constitutes about 2% of all state budgets in the country as a whole, So that's not huge. On the other hand, it's as much as state's generate from For example, states back Oh, taxes it alcohol taxes, 45 states and the District of Columbia run lotteries. More than half of state lotteries funnel a portion of their revenue into education. 14 completely devote their lottery money to public schools and scholarships. In fact, in North Carolina, they even call it the North Carolina education. Lottery officials talked. The more than 10,000 students received free pre K last year, thanks to the Lotto. Schools in that state are now projected to receive about $30 million of less than what they expected from the lottery. The pandemic lottery dip in places like North Carolina now you know, I wouldn't normally be a huge loss for public education. But Matheson says, since it's happening at the same time as the recession, it's a small but irreplaceable amount. The drawing up of lottery funding is just symbolic of drawing up of all sorts of other types of revenue sources that state and local governments And schools all depend on Jeff Craig is superintendent of the West Aurora School district, located west of Chicago. He's feeling a bit of whiplash, he says. Just before the pandemic he was planning to add resource is all those boulders are now in a filing cabinet because it's not something we can talk about for years to come. Now. Now Craig is trying to figure out how to pay for additional costs. Things like sanitation, protective equipment and answering the emotional health of his students when trying to calculate all the losses add up quickly. Michelle Yaar is the chief financial officer at Rockford Public Schools. Overnight, we went down $20 million which is very significant with less money from the lottery and the predicted drop off property and corporate taxes. School systems may have to start making tough decisions about cuts very soon. Depends on how long the recessional last. So you knowwho play. This is ah, one year dip, but it it's not looking like it. I mean, I would I would expect we're going to have a hard couple of years to three years. Based on what what's happening. Many school officials are hoping for federal stimulus money to help them bridge the funding gaps. Bridging those gaps will rely in part on people being able to stop by the gas station to buy a lottery ticket for NPR news. This is NPR news, and it is coming up on 7 43 on this Tuesday morning on DVD. Here's Joe with an overview of bay area traffic conditions. No new problems of the last 10 minutes or so. And it's starting to get better in most locations, even 6 80 south bound still pretty heavy through pleasant and down the same old gray, but nothing like it was earlier, 84 West Still some stop and go west of Isabel. Past the G plant, but not solid all the way to 6 80 anymore like it was the right on Highway four. Westbound is just heavy over the will pass had a ladder in the road near leverage. But apparently that's not an issue anymore. Eighties improved also early from the earlier crashing or cutting just a little heavy. Neighbors barely backed up it all. Joe McConnell for traffic support comes from San Matteo Credit Union. Today, Support for a D comes from Comcast business offering Internet voice and video solutions designed to help businesses maximize performance.

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"aurora school" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"aurora school" Discussed on KCRW

"Set record sales proceeds from Powerball tickets to scratch offs contributed $731 million to public education. Translates to more than 10% of the state's funding for school district's, but their seats don't look nearly as good this year. With more strict reopening guidelines, Sales have plummeted and revenue is nosedive nearly $90 million during the pandemic. Victor Matheson teaches economics at the College of the Holy Cross in Massachusetts, where he researches sports in the lottery, So we do know roughly nationwide money from lotteries. Plus other gambling constitutes about 2% of all state budgets in the country as a whole, So that's not huge. On the other hand, it's as much as state's generate from For example, ST Tobacco TAXES it alcohol taxes, 45 states and the District of Columbia run lotteries. More than half of state lotteries funnel a portion of their revenue into education. 14 completely devote their lottery money to public schools and scholarships. In fact, in North Carolina, they even call it the North Carolina education. Lottery officials talked. The more than 10,000 students received free pre K last year, thanks to the Lotto. Schools in that state are now projected to receive about $30 million of less than what they expected from the lottery. The pandemic lottery dip in places like North Carolina and I will know I wouldn't normally be a huge loss for public education. But Matheson says, since it's happening at the same time as the recession, it's a small but irreplaceable amount. The drawing up of lottery funding Is just symbolic of drying up of all sorts of other types of revenue sources that state local governments and schools all depend on. Jeff Craig is superintendent of the West Aurora School District, located west of Chicago. He's feeling a bit of whiplash, he says. Just before the pandemic he was planning to add resource is all those folders are now in a filing cabinet because it's not something we can talk about for years to come. Now. Now, Craig is trying to figure out how to pay for additional cost things like sanitation, protective equipment and ensuring the emotional health of his students. Been trying to calculate all the losses add up quickly. Michelle Yaar is the chief financial officer at Rockford Public schools. Overnight. We went down $20 million which is very significant. With less money from the lottery and a predicted drop off property and corporate taxes. School systems may have to start making tough decisions about cuts very soon. Depends on how long this recession will last. So hopefully this is ah, one year dip, but it is not looking like it. I mean, I would I would expect we're going to have a hard couple of years to three years. Based on what's what's happening. Many school officials are hoping for federal stimulus money to help them bridge the funding gaps. But bridging those gaps will rely in part on people being able to stop by the gas station to buy a lottery ticket for NPR news. I'm Muslim.

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"aurora school" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"aurora school" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Commenting about this homicide investigation reporting live from Merrillville Courtney to spend WGN news when I was young woman us he's a young man was shot and killed in humble park shooting happened just after seven PM an alley off the fourth fourth with a block of west Thomas two men were sitting in a car when someone walked up and fired shots the second man's condition is stabilized so far no one is in custody also new overnight a man was shot to death in a war of the victim was found in a vehicle the two hour block of south Lincoln about one o'clock this morning the man's name is not been released yet police are investigating what led to the shooting crime stoppers is offering five thousand dollars reward money is Aurora schools will have counselors available today to talk to students and staff about the loss of a district one thirty one alone who was killed in Afghanistan private first class Miguel V. alone died Saturday when his vehicle hit an improvised explosive device in Canda her province he was one of two soldiers who died in that explosion the Taliban has claimed responsibility for the attack me alone was twenty one he had attended east Aurora high school and Waldo middle school flags in Aurora have been lowered to half staff of the ministrations trying to explain the president's claims about why he authorized a drone strike that killed a top Iranian official John Lawrence has more president trump says a runny in general Qassem Soleimani posed an imminent threat to the US because he was planning numerous attacks I can reveal that I believe it would have been for embassies but when defense secretary Marquess per was asked about specific evidence regarding the imminent threats all the money allegedly posed I didn't see one with regard to four embassies as for national security adviser Robert o'brien I think that's that's for a minute and I don't get a definition for a for that but we we took the measures necessary to protect American diplomats both US sprint Brian back president trump's rationale for the fatal drone strike but there's some bipartisan concern I've learned not to simply take the federal government's word at face value we've heard that the from the secretary of state that they don't know where or when but it was imminent that to me does seem inconsistent democratic senator Chris Murphy of Connecticut tweeting Friday that there was no mention of plant embassy attacks at last Wednesday's briefing ending with there was no such imminent threat frankly I think what they're doing is they are overstating exaggerating what the intelligence shows I'm John Lawrence reporting president trump tweeted a warning to Iran Sunday telling leaders there to not kill their protesters who have been demonstrating against the government house speaker Nancy Pelosi says senators will pay a price if they try to dismiss the impeachment case against president trump without calling witnesses Senate Majority Leader wants a speedy trial without witnesses but pelo C. says a trial without witnesses and documents will amount to a cover up the house is expected to transmit articles of impeachment to the Senate later this later this week now if that happens Mitch McConnell says the trial will begin immediately democratic presidential candidates are preparing for the final debate before the Iowa caucuses tomorrow's debate with the small so far with only six candidates on stage those who made the cut this time around former vice president.

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"aurora school" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"aurora school" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Oh a little over an hour from now. It was introduced at the last minute during the spring session, but supported by both democrat and Republican leadership and Rory teachers been charged with sexually abusing two children. He knew WGN's Ryan burrow has that Kane county state's attorney's offices fifty eight year old Louise are Mora abused to eight year old children. He knew between August twenty eighteen and may of this year. Mora was a bilingual teacher at Dietrich elementary school in Aurora, east Aurora. School district says they learned about the allegations at the end of April and moral was put on administrative leave. He appeared in pond cord yesterday posting the ten percent needed to be released. We'll be back in court in two weeks. Ryan burrow, WGN news investigating alleged animal abuse after an animal rights group released graphic video showing workers kicking and throwing young calves at an Indiana dairy farm. It's a popular destination for school field. Trips animal recovery. Mission says an investigator for the Miami based group secretly recorded and distributed footage last year while working at fair oaks, farms, which food and wine. Magazine once called the Disneyland of agricultural tourism. US Bank is closing twenty one local branches that's about thirteen percent of its footprint here. Cranes points out. It's just one of many banks shedding locations. Part of the reason is there were too many branches to begin with. But another part of it is, we just don't need to go to the Bank that often speaker Pelosi says, don't worry. She knows what she's doing. She's being pushed by more and more Democrats to move toward, impeaching, President Trump. They know exactly what path on Leonelli exactly, what actions we need to take. And while that may take.

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"aurora school" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"aurora school" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Arms wide open. I'm suing you know, the person claiming to be fourteen years old told police in Kentucky Wednesday, he escaped kidnappers in the Cincinnati area. He'd been being held captive for four hours for seven years. The FBI said Thursday DNA tests ruled them out as being Timothy was removed at eight six by his mother from his Aurora school. She later committed suicide her body found in a motel of the man charged with killing rapper. Nipsy hustle was ordered held on five million dollars bail after pleading not guilty Thursday to murder and attempted murder charges. Twenty nine year old Eric Holder making his first court appearance after Sunday's shooting and subsequent to day. Manhood manhunt. Use spoke only to say, yeah. To the a Superior Court Judge three Sullivan's questions. On behalf of your client. Speed. Days or sixty days. Understanding. If you. Older. Attorney.

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"aurora school" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"aurora school" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"I'm Scott Goldberg police in Aurora Illinois Sayeh suspects been apprehended in shooting at a manufacturing warehouse that triggered a lot in the area. There are reports of multiple multiple people wounded at the Henry Pratt company, including four Aurora police officers. Jeff Cragg is the Aurora school superintendent advised by the King County sheriff's to go into a soft lock down for a couple of our most immediate schools, and then probably within about ten minutes. Now, we're advice to send her entire district all eighteen schools into a soft lockdown witness says the alleged shooter is a co worker President Trump has signed the border security deal, preventing a partial government shutdown ahead of tonight's deadline has it in Trump today in the rose garden and tried to frame the government funding Bill passed by congress as a victory. I got almost one point four billion dollars. When I wasn't supposed to get one dollars. Not one dollar. He's not going to get one dollar. Well, I got one point four billion. But that's far short of the five point seven billion dollars. The president's been asking for to build a border wall. And that's why the president today declared a national emergency in order to try and shift Pentagon funds toward construction who White House says through other executive action is identified several billion dollars more. It will try to put a wall. Karen Travers, ABC news. The White House. Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer called the emergency declaration and illegal power. Grab the ACLU and state of California say they will file lawsuits. California governor Gavin Newsom Nancy Pelosi is run circles around the president states. Not wants now twice. He's been embarrassed and his face needs to be fed. And as a consequence of that he's impacting the lives of millions and millions of Californians and millions and millions of Americans that demand and deserve. Better. Staying in California numerous injuries following a riot at a maximum security prison in San Diego. The department of corrections confirms ten inmates injured, you're listening to ABC news. Arizona's news.

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"aurora school" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"aurora school" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Mass shooting and Henry Pratt in Aurora city of Aurora spokesman Muhammed telling WGN TV the shooter's been apprehended. But the area is still on lockdown. Neutralized that situation police. Lockdown? We'll begin to build you back. Time this folder still on lockdown. It happened at six forty one Archer avenue or hearing multiple people have been shot. We don't have firm numbers. But we do know it is for police officers. Those officers are in stable condition. Witnesses tell ABC seven it was a man who worked at the building possibly in his thirties or forties who came inside with a pistol and a laser attached and started shooting. We're hearing there about thirty people inside when the shooting broke out around two fifty this afternoon swat teams in US marshals and the ATF are on the scene businesses in the area still on lockdown west Aurora school district. One twenty nine says, they are holding all district students in place for their safety. The White House says the president has been briefed and his monitoring the ongoing situation. WGN's Ryan burrow is at the scene. We'll bring you more information as we get it. And now WGN sports in Zona. Here's Kevin Powell. Thank you, Kim Addison. Russell says he's not proud of the person. He once was the person that. Has been inflicted. The most in this process is Melissa. And what I want to say to everyone here today. And also to her is that I want to own those actions, and I am sorry shortstop addressing the media today here in Mesa for the first time since being suspended forty games for violating major league baseball domestic violence, joint policy. Russell's been undergoing counseling sessions in Glendale White Sox starter Michael kopech held another light throwing session. Today's after he underwent Tommy John surgery. Last follies rehabbing the elbow. Now, we're a little over a week away from the start of spring training games. And here is slow park today. Northwestern baseball begins their season against BYU a three game set your xfinity Blackhawks report, Patrick Kane. Now has an assistant fifteen straight games after failing to in last night's win over the devils. That's a team record hawks host Columbus tomorrow. We'll have that game at six in the NBA all star weekend begins in Charlotte tonight in Mesa Kevin Powell WGN. Sports your money. Traffic and weather next on love will conquer hate stand.

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"aurora school" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"aurora school" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Multiple injuries are reported. This is at the Henry Pratt company on Highland between prairie Archer. Bob. Gonzalez works in the area and tells ABC seven. Prairie street are nothing but police vehicles Carson, maybe thirty fifty. Vehicles from raw on Montgomery. I can see king. King County sheriff maybe KENDALL county under all over here. Gather right in front of my. Front of my office. He ATF is also responding to the scene west Aurora school district. One twenty nine has sent information to parents saying that per the county sheriff the district is now on a soft lockdown. Meaning no one will be allowed to enter or leave school buildings. If it's something he's talked about for a couple of months now, President Trump on happy with just one point four billion dollars in a massive spending Bill that would go toward his border. Wall has declared a national emergency exists on the southern border in order to get as much as eight billion for the wall. Bob Costantini points out that the president says it's not about politics most of the money. Mr. Trump wants to move toward wall or fence along the border would come from Pentagon construction funds. He argues they were for far less important things than barriers on the border with Mexico in declaring a national emergency. The president's slightly undercutting the idea it is an emergency. I wanna do it faster. I could do the wall over a longer period of time. I didn't need to do this. But I'd rather do it much faster. And I don't have to do it for the election. I've already done a lot of wall for the election. Twenty twenty the president there seeming to understand some critics say that with construction likely held up in court cases is declaring an emergency to please his political base. Bob Costantini, the White House. Recapping our top story this hour. Multiple injuries reported in a factory shooting in west suburban Aurora police have surrounded the Henry Pratt company on south.

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"aurora school" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"aurora school" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Burrow, Bob Gonzalez works nearby. All right. That's our crack ABC network there without the sound bites working. Let's continue on then as you just heard. It is true that from the video we're getting right now, it doesn't seem to be any great sense of urgency other than just sheer numbers of law enforcers. But also as you just heard it isn't clear what kind of seeing there may have been in the moments before the TD helicopters cameras around here. We're just getting a tweet now from a school district in this neighborhood. This is the west Aurora school district advising they're going into a soft lockdown. Let me read to the note that just went out to parents. That says parents there are reports of an active shooter at the Henry Pratt building near Cleveland and prairie just east of Luigi pizza as a result. We are holding all district students in place for their safety. There is a police presence in the area per directions from the county sheriff the district has been advised to go into a soft lockdown situation across the district. Teaching will continue with reduced movement normal operations will resume when the soft lockdown. It has been lifted. No one will be allowed to leave or enter our buildings until that lockdown has been lifted against soft lockdown is what they're calling this. Josh what exactly is that? Yeah. So any type anytime there's an incident like this. We often, you know will focus on the actual facility in question. That's a law enforcement doing obviously trying to find out where the threat is. And they'll move in that in that location. But we also have to keep in mind that is you wind the perimeter in the aperture. There are lots of businesses schools other facilities that are near, you know, potentially near a active shooter. They also have to take certain precautions. Because again, if there's someone that has gone to executive location to cause harm than they flee. There are now a potential number of areas where that person can seek shelter. So you you see that in these situations. And that's why communications become so important, and I'll say for, you know, for CNN's part as well with the media because getting the word out to these areas that look there's a situation that's in your location. This is why law enforcement uses social media. This is why they're, you know, they're trying to get their message amplified because they want people to know what's going on in how they they want them to respond. That's former FBI special agent Josh Campbell there. In addition to that school alert from the Associated Press. Just now the city of Aurora Illinois has issued an official active shooter alert in this area torturing and industrial area with those police on the scene continue to follow this over the next few minutes..

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