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"As the Dutch republic its wealth and power flourished through the importing of goods from overseas with huge ships sent to Asia and Africa to bring back textiles tease grains and spices popular proverb among the Dutch during this period. Was Jason. Cross these good but trade is bet on the Dutch east India company known in its homeland as the VOC was a charted company established to coordinate trade in India and other countries throughout Southeast Asia. Monopolizing all trade to the aced at boasted tens of thousands of employees and it's I- Improv at army ships operating under its Lawson's were enormous vessels called aced. India man built to carry large amounts of cargo as well as passengers and equipped with cannons and guns in case pirates launched an attack due to this ause white. They ships moved slowly at an average speed of five knots. Paraly- and typically took eight months to complete a voyage in sixteen twenty eight the VOC commissioned the construction of an expensive new flagship to travel to the company's major tried settlement of Batavia located in. What is today the city of Jakarta in Java Indonesia? Nine after its destination the Batavia was a grand vessel. That was built in just six months at the exorbitant. Cost of one hundred thousand guilders more than four point five million Australian dollars in today's currency the approximately fifty five made it till and fifty-six made a long ship was made of Oak and featured four decks three mosques and thirty guns and had the capacity to carry six hundred tons of supplies. That's up works. Were painted Pale. Green with gold and red detailing and its figurehead. A wooden carving positioned at the bow was a lion leaping upwards in late October sixteen. Twenty eight that Batavia set sail from Amsterdam with a fleet of seven other ships carrying three hundred and forty one people he ranged from bay. Oc officials sailors and soldiers to relatively well off passengers. Traveling with their families. A number of young passengers were cabin-boys ranging from children to adolescence. Who were employed on the ship to white on others? The Batavia was also packed with valuable cargo including stern to build factories with silverware jewels and auctioning coins. That would amount to almost forty one million Australian dollars in today's currency life on the ship was harsh perilous and unpleasant sleeping. Orders were krant and barrels of drinking. Water were contaminated with worms dowding outbreaks of infectious into nutritional deficiency diseases were common resulting in the deaths of ten passengers. Twenty seven year. Old Passenger. Lucretia yawns was traveling from her home city of Amsterdam to be reunited with her husband. Hey was employee of the visa and had left the work in the company's Batavia settlements several years Zolia shortly after he's departure the couple's three young children who contracted a disease and dodd. It was unusual for merchants waft to follow her husband. Diva's but Lucretia was heartbroken and divinely. She was born into wealth and occupied highest social status resulting in her traveling on the Batavia with a maid and having her own. Private Cabin Lucretia. Who was regarded as exceptionally beautiful consistently rebuffed unwanted attention from a number of men the long voyage on the evening of May. Fourteen Lucretia was preparing to retire for the night as she made her way back to her sleeping quarters. She was confronted by eight men wearing masks. Though she couldn't see their faces they spoke to one another and she heard their voices demoss to silence drag to Lucretia to a quiet corner on the ship's deck with Rached under her skirt to grope her and smeared her face legs and genitals with TA and Dynamo. Dong the assault was IVA in a matter
"batavia" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Center we moving your fear of seeing the dentist with the help of IV sedation learn more at no fear dentist dot com cloudy the temperature barely moves all day near the forty degree mark but it's still breezy with wins in the southwest of fifteen to twenty five miles per hour tonight is mostly cloudy in colder down to thirty two and then tomorrow thirty eight for a high in staying mostly cloudy from your severe weather station I'm nine first warning meteorologist Jennifer catch mark newsradio seven hundred WLW radar shows we still have a few showers sticking around the tri state mostly in Batavia plan Chester mount or of areas and we have thirty nine degrees temperatures been dropping since the overnight about fifty nine hundred Duke energy customers still without power this morning after strong winds blew through the tri state overnight at one point about twenty five thousand do customers on both sides of the river were in the dark five year old boy from Columbus Indiana is dead his dirt bike ran into a tree over the weekend and Bartholomew county an inmate at the Camden County detention center mistakenly released this weekend police are looking for twenty nine year old Jacob Baxter who was booked under another name that he gave cops after he had been arrested by police in for right for allegedly receiving stolen property he's white he six feet tall brown hair large tattoo on his neck no updates on the impeachment lately president trump's vacation continues in Florida president trump continues his holiday break it as Mar a Lago club.
Hong Kong protests: Christmas Eve rallies lead to clashes
"Pro democracy protesters in Hong Kong and clashed with police some trying umbrellas and other objects at offices who beat protesters with batons and fired tear gas in the states is a focused on stopping senses to attract the attention of Christmas tourist they're angry at what they see as China's meddling in the freedoms promise to the former British colony when it returned to Chinese rule in nineteen ninety seven China denies interfering in says it's committed to the one country two systems formula put in place at that time and is blamed foreign forces for fermenting the unrest I spoke to Ken if they want a Hong Kong lawmaker who supports the pro democracy activists there are various programs especially I think that you need to have some news gathering in the shopping malls today but last night during Christmas it was not a very common question because we sold tear gases which school are over a hundred people arrested on well but but generally the city is calm but schools they are their risk of misuse and disturbances in various cities but generally shop people still come out to enjoy themselves today do you see that those protests could get bigger over the next few days now well I I think the organizes and a social media from the messages the house read it so far do you gather reduce our own becomes far too a few shopping malls and I think both sides have H. such as some no formal restraint and of course we've seen some tear gas fired but that was not at this scale what intensive two year old the protesters we we witnessed in October follow them and I hope relatively we Shakespeare a couple of the combat all of the but from what we're seeing it shows that the strength of feeling from those protests as that was there in September still them in place I mean the underlying issues have not changed yes because there is no political solution and also after the meeting between carry them out you've executive and press three this seems to be a consensus that Kerry would be staying on until the end of the child and without any change and and they happen next and without any political concession including the setting up of inquiry commission I do not think the protestors will stop do you think Caroline that down the protest would end no I I don't think it is a critical issue not because Carrie lam I believe she was towed to clean up the mass and just stay on and that is no no a political maneuvering that you arrange had to step down and be replaced by substitute but what she can do and the government should do or what and even the central government should do is to listen to all the demands of the protesters including the setting about Frank water commission which is a consensus of mom's not just the protesters backgrounds the majority of the citizens of Kong jaguar into did use of force and the Batavia also raised during the six months of protests there we go the latest that coming in from Hong Kong
Millions face freezing temperatures amid arctic blast
"Snow is falling and temperatures are dropping as an arctic invasion plungers across much of the country by Thursday about two hundred twenty two million Americans will face temperatures below freezing CBS news David back now report this arctic blast also cause crashes on the roads in Illinois and Missouri and will blanket at least twenty five states with snow and freezing temperatures by the time it moves all feels too early for snow I've been here six years I've never experienced winter coming sorely snowfall totals could reach up to a foot or more through the upper Midwest the conditions cause cancellations of holiday events that mark veterans day while ceremonies like this one in Augusta Michigan soldiered on despite the weather tonight we're in Batavia New York it's twenty six degrees of the place is covered in snow but the big story tonight is not just the records that are being broken around the country it's when it's happening we're only in the second week of
"batavia" Discussed on WGN Radio
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"batavia" Discussed on WGN Radio
"It was so three one two ninety one seventy two hundred is our phone number let's go to Batavia work Kevin is on the line Kevin good morning you're on WGN good morning little I have not he Kevin that the text user input games but you do right are added that I understand I understand how can I help you Sir I got a couple questions about a new rough there were going to be installing we're going to do a whole tear off then I presently have one power thank you up in the attic is now one of your sponsors told me that they do not install or replace those power against anymore and because they say that they fight against the static events that I have up there as well another roof company said net no problem we'll replace it what sort of put one in there that has a thermostat in a few minutes stand in it your thoughts I am I am a fan of the attic fan so this is just a fan that's through the roof that there is it's not connected into the living space at all it's just pulling the air out of the attic right correct correct I have a I have a cable then and then I also have but I think there's what four five static events that are in the over the ridge line as well right now there is you know there's plenty of conversation you can have about the fact that the static Vance if they're done properly will work with the barometric pressure that's out there and naturally because that air flow to go out there I am of the fat of the belief that there's no such thing as too much of ventilation or too much insulation in an attic and so when it's done properly you get the best of both worlds as I'm as I'm you know yeah right as far as my opinion goes and I am an attic fan fan and so the fact that they'll installed with the humana stat and a thermostat that's exactly what I have in my own home and you know depending on the roof size and the size of the fan you're you're probably gonna get something that is six hundred C. F. M. C. no that's gonna move affair money here and there and okay I wouldn't I don't view the fan as something that bites it I view it as something that enhances it okay because that's what I thought you know right because here here's the thing cabin you know you're you're typically gonna send it let's say a thermostat for instance you know maybe you know if you're gonna have this done haven't set it at ninety degrees okay so that added to ninety degrees that fans going to kick on but up until we get the ninety then the static pressure is is working right I mean right if you think about what we go through just in our life at a ninety degree day you go outside and go wow Hey I got hot really fast and I'm really hot and I need some help to cool off that's what the fan does right right but but most of my thought you would have the kind of put off a little bit when he said no we don't install them anymore because they fight about the world whose date you said right an inmate companies and I'm thinking why would you if you make a stand why would you not install them because they fight the static dance that it did make sense right now and and and the thing is to is I look at it as not something that is that is being used all the time because right if the fact of the matter is you know yeah our temperature in our our climate you know it is crazy but we're not in the nineties all the time you know I mean so that dental static venting paying for the vast majority of your venting this can occur in the attic we'll be fine it'll be great right and then when you need a little extra help boom the fan kicks in and then you're cooler right I agree one hundred percent another one real quick it would be cost prohibitive to add on more ice and water shield more than cold should I do the whole house Sir no don't do the whole house but I do I do I do two layers of of ice and water shield so the in other words the put the first one that's thirty inches and then the put another layer up so you're up about sixty or so and then go over the top of it that way when you get that ice build up in the winter time it's it's just a little added stuff and it doesn't cost a lot more to put one more will going across there whatsoever Kevin thanks so much for the phone call we're gonna we're gonna put you on hold because were cut bumping up against news time a quick break and we'll get the news those stories told twenty four seven seven twenty WGN walking you take it for granted and so you can't do it anymore I'm Julian and I was only twenty two and my life changed forever a.
"batavia" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Independence, Kentucky someone in Batavia someone Dayton, Ohio. Dayton, Kentucky break it down on the big issue today, which is tariffs that are not understood by hardly, anybody. Yeah. Other than you figures air about tariffs, the media's using this as a cuddled. That's a good word right there. Cudgel against Trump. No matter what it is. It's a cudgel. It's a beat down. Whatever it. So can you explain to schlep what, how to tariffs affect every American the way they affect all of us, eventually is forget the word tariff tariff is nice tariff is like saying, well, we're seeing counselor our marriages. It's fine. We're just we're seeking a little guidance. When, in fact you both got attorneys in your armed to the gills, and you're ready to tear those ready to go. Yeah. Yeah. Ziya low and they're being gassed, I remember a once meeting attorney early in her career birdie Helmick. And she said, what do you do? And she said, I do nuclear divorces. I know her. Yeah. And I will. And I love her husband Dez. So listen, here's the deal tariffs. Let's replace the word tariff. It's so nice. I'm going to assess some tariffs. You're going to feel some discomfort. Eventually, I'll get rid of the tariffs, and your discomfort will disappear you better. It sounds like medicine. If you had hemorrhoids, you'd go if tariffs will take care of it, and my economic life will be better. I'm good to go. Never have a hemorrhoids ectomy. If you're gonna if you're gonna if you're going to not have one. Absolutely. However, let's replace the word tariffs friend of mine has a hammer next to me. She more information than I need EJ days and days, it was like a lizard, creature in a in a bathtub don't get hammered ectomy. Thank you. I will I will put that on my things to not do list. However. Let's replace the word tariff with a word tax on like that. Everybody hates taxes. I don't like we hate people who talk about taxes, we don't, like paying taxes. It's an exemption from the federal government. It don't like there's nothing good that comes with the word taxes, particularly when it's aimed at you tariff sounds. Okay. I'll take a tariff on. I don't wanna tax. Thank you very much. Give it down. What is a tariff of a tax on a good coming into this country bits? That's all it is you, there's no way gussied up. I can't put lipstick on this pig. I can't tell you a tariff. No. The other guy pays it. Listen, you know, I started out years and years ago at the city of Cincinnati. And as a city planner and a more my teachers at the university of Cincinnati said, the of public policy, you can break it down. It's real simple. Somebody pays and somebody benefit wasn't a Mexican thing. Great for the American. Economy and for America when he threatened tariffs to NAFTA, impose them now six thousand Mexicans are on the southern border guarding Nicaraguans from coming in that wasn't a good use of the threat of a tariff that wasn't a tariff. I'm not sure if reminds you by very first sales manager Willie who said to me, I told him I was gonna take over the world. I was going to do this. I was to solve all the problems. Everything was going to be great. No more immigrants. Everything. Everything's great. My Manjula debate goes savage. Great nathan. And I thought, oh, I went back and told my buddies in the in the bullpen where we were all selling in life insurance. I went, oh, hey, thanks. It sounds great. Somebody looks they understand what you're saying. He said, put up or shut up. Yeah. To go out and do it. My question was that good? What Trump did to the Mexicans Sanger gonna gonna tear if it didn't get a tariff. And now we have immigration, maybe being curtailed, which I doubt these guys trying. Hey, I, I'll applaud any effort, but ultimately, I will reward for result. You want results. Talk is cheap. That's really what sounds great men cheap for me. Talks been very good for me and very good for you. Okay. So I'd like to when it's radio. I like tall specific question. Yeah. Your friend and mine. Donald J Trump said the other night, that Harley Davidsons when they're made in Wisconsin to get into communist red China. There's a one hundred percent tariff, which means if the thing cost, I don't know, thirty thousand dollars to the Chinese cost, sixty thousand however one a Chinese motorcycle comes into America. They're zero tariffs. So Harley is barred from going in China, but Chinese motorcycle is coming all the time. Is that fair? No fair. But on the other hand, I got sometimes you've got to look behind the blue smoke and mirrors what's going on? There was a time when very wealthy fifty five sixty sixty five year olds wanting to recapture their youth and have never been able to afford a hog least volved one up when they were strong now. We'd like to have one with a kick stand and everything else. So they can rumble down the road. They've decided other there, there are fannies gave out their, their spouses, gave out or somebody said, forget it. This is not what we're doing anymore, Saturday afternoons because I'm going to take me three hours to get all the tangles out of my hair Harley is finding their market is getting older, and you're twenty five year old and you're sitting on your phone, and you're, you're chatting with your friends. So he goes, let's go on a hog or let's go on a Harley. They're like, whoa. What's that? What are you talking about a point point? I made do you find that legitimate that change to widgets? No. Let's have a tariff in China, but no. Which is coming from China's tariff air. Absolutely. And here's the hard part. Part for those of you who STAN sit on the democratic side of this, black and white issue. All right. It's this. Well, they play the role of a democrat for a second. All right. Here's the deal. You'd no matter how you feel about the president his instincts on China are correct. I'm not sure always that the methods and how he goes about it. And whether I'd actually gets the results that he hopes for are going to play out. But when it comes to China, you got to do something, because there, otherwise we're going to have a challenge. But if on the other hand, you go to hard, you can create an economic Cold War, the likes of which, I think would not be good for the United States. If we stopped saying, look, let's face it. We stopped seeing Chinese smart Chinese kids come to this country and stay here. That's not good for the United States. We want that we want smart Chinese here. We want to steal all the brains. We wanted smart Honduran sear. I want smart Nigerians I want smart people here chain migration. I don't want that. I want the best and the brightest wherever they come from, but you don't. Answer, my question if you're Trump and for low, these many years, while there was a bomb Bush, Reagan Bush, whatever they had the same hands off policy. I'm afraid, I'm not gonna do it. Obama, impose tariffs all the time on products. But it wasn't covered by the media, the negative every time Trump does something he could walk on water. The media will complain his feet got wet. It doesn't make any difference. So instinctively, I like confronting China and, but ultimately getting back to somebody pays somebody benefits and tariffs. Be clear about it. It's just like we're telling the farmers out in the midwest. You're getting killed China's not buying any soybeans. We're gonna have to help you. But what this economic war right now at silently throw missiles anymore. That's a so nineteenth twentieth century good. That's what they did in the nineteen hundred now. We can't do that anymore, but we are going to wage war, and so we're gonna pay we're gonna pay a war tax. You could buy war bonds during World War, Two Nagin, pay a war, an economic war tax, and it's called a tariff, but it means. A good comes in here. We're going to slap a tariff on it, and ultimately, that producer the goods to choices they can eat the, the tax in which case their profit goes down, or they can pass it on to us. The consumer somebody else tells me something else that's going on. What's done with a tariff or the impact of it? I'm ready to hear it. I got a big question coming down before I get to the big question. Here's a preliminary bitcoin. I warm up taxes, corporate taxes business taxes popular with the American people. If you do did a poll, do the Inc should pay more taxes answer as hell. Yes. If he thinks she should individuals pay less taxes answer is hell. Yes. Can you tell the American people in a succinct fashion that taxes on business are all paid by the American consumer? So if the taxes go up on a company, they simply pass onto you in the form of higher price goods and services product that you buy, so tariffs and taxes are the same thing. They are exactly American people have been conditioned to say, don't tax you don't tax me tax fell behind the tree. However, when a corporate tax goes up the consumer pays more the American people don't understand that. Am I correct? You're correct. It somehow it's it up in this guy and somebody somebody pays corporation. Sure. And then when it rains you go, I got what, what was that was? So that's how. How it works. And we look at the earnings season coming in here now couple of things disturbing that. I just don't like I want to be disturbed. I'll give you some things to be disturbed about we put one point five trillion dollars into the economy in the form of tax cuts, one point, two trillion went to corporations. All right. Yeah. That's running, its course, what corporations do whatever they were going to do with it. They did exactly what you and I talked about year and a half ago. It went to corporations who turned around and promptly bought their own stock that drove the market for a while, because there was demand that reduced the supply of stock was out there supply and demand is what drives our economy and everybody had a wonderful day in the SNP up, you know twelve fifteen percent. Everything's just peachy now. Now, where's the next one point two trillion dollars coming to stimulate business? And by the way, the three hundred billion dollars that went to you in the form of a tax cut at the one point two trillion that went to Merton corporations. Increase the value of IRA's and pension funding should be an investment adviser. Here comes the challenge, half of America doesn't own stock anymore. When a politician says to you Willie. I'm going to expand the economy, I'm gonna make the economy, grow you go to what does that mean? To me. I'm worried about my paycheck well in the land, he's got Reinhard. Only cares about a paycheck. Doesn't care about long-term financial growth. I care about corporate value going up because I have money in the stock market. Sure. To participate. Right. And here's the deal, your paycheck, ain't the economy. No your paycheck eight. The sharonville doesn't understand about a 4._0._1._K, right? That's now a five oh one koso-. Real case losing value at. But here's the deal, wages went up, a grand total.
"batavia" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"He was in Batavia New York for those scoring at home for Jim Kelly's thirty third annual celebrity golf outing. I did see a nice photo of that over the weekend of some of the old bills players. They were at a restaurant. Yeah. And I've heard Thomas and Bruce Smith. Jim again, is is cancer free at the moment. Yes. Which is great to hear. And and word is the gym is going to be at the Super Bowl this year in south Florida. That is what I am hearing. He's a Miami guy. He's a Miami guy, and he'll be part of that. Hopefully we'll see Jim at the hall of fame later this summer. That's right. We're in canton, and I will be emceeing the gold jacket dinner again by the And end, by by the the way. way, you want to throw out this, because we're on W H B C every day, and can't know high which we love to do. We'll have to be Joe Horrigan. Yes. Forty two years, the keeper of the flame at the pro football fame. His last day on the job was yesterday. Mean so would you see is the buildings still standing, because I don't know personally held it up Berkeley's confirmed. But one of the nicest sweetest guys ESPN did a cool spent story about him over the weekend. I mean he has been doing everything for the hall of fame. And in terms of a great story when we first. When we he and he was just like the sweetest, man. He would be the ones calling the hall of famers on the phone to let them know. Couple times doing pretty cool, rich you would because..
"batavia" Discussed on WGN Radio
"It wasn't ready to quit little drink in before the show on the west loop. It's only on Fridays. What do you mean only? Are you a member of the cast of this show? Fall into foreign Bryant as long as as long as you're awake. There's a possibility of that. We're lucky enough to be at the White Sox home on Friday. So. Wasn't quite this weather. It was pretty I've been to a lot of opening days in this cubs did very well with their opening day. So this is working out. Yeah. I was there last year the snow I was at a snow out ditch school, and it was during the Don Bailer era. And I went drove all the way down there for you know, I think the stock that subject. Good job moving the game the day before announcing 'cause we went down there. We were all ready to go and snowed out, of course. But no, it's gorgeous. It's incredible. It's very nice. It's going to be snowing in Wednesday. Really is. I mean, that's the crazy thing is. Yes, yes. Tom skilling will join us to explain all that everything else fun happening. You guys got the stream for a little bit to start. And then over to the. Oh, yeah. This is where the swearing star. Okay. Well, I'm going to enjoy the outside begging very much. Appreciate it. And this is WGN radio everywhere streaming live from Chicago. And now the news, and it's three o'clock. It's Kim Gordon mostly cloudy, seventy one at O'Hare. The Chicago city council finance committee has agreed to delay. The vote on the Lincoln yards package in the north on the north side and seventy eight project in the south loop at the urging mayor manual mayor elect Lightfoot, the committee was expected to vote on the packages. But that that didn't happen today. Forty eighth ward alderman, Harry Ostermann approves putting it off having the new mayor whose indicated that she would like to have her team look at this. I don't think is a bad deal for the citizens of the city Chicago vote on the project could come on Wednesday. There was approval today in a plan to clean up Chicago's underground Peduaye the pedestrian and traffic safety committee today unanimously approved an ordinance that would improve signing and improve maintenance more shakeup in the Trump administration. ABC's? Karen Travers is at the White House. With the news that President Trump has ordered the firing of the director of the secret service. There are questions about a broad house cleaning of leadership at the department of homeland security to other top officials, the director of US citizenship and immigration services, and the general council there are also expected to depart soon, according to one official a senior administration official tells ABC the by the end of the week more than half of DHS agency heads could be gone with the positions, either left, vacant or filled with acting personnel. Karen Travers, ABC news, the White House. Meantime, Kirstin Nielsen says she continues to support President Trump's goal of securing the US Mexico border. Her comments come a day after her surprise resignation as homeland security secretary. Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders doing well when it comes to fundraising for his presidential campaign. He's passing his rivals as he tries to establish himself as the front runner for the democratic presidential nomination. Sanders. Raise more than eighteen million dollars in the first quarter. Batavia high school went into lockdown this morning after a suspicious person entered the school area Batavia department chief, Sean Mazza surveillance video shows the person in question likely did not have a rifle doesn't look like there's any. Married to this building has been cleared at this point students went to class today. A few hours late and now it's neighborhood news. Here's.
"batavia" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
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"batavia" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Update our top story from Batavia high school, it appears the all clear has been given given it appears now that the building has been cleared at least to the satisfaction of law enforcement. No gunman has been found there. After report of a man entering the building. Earlier this morning with apparently a rifle no reports of any injuries this morning either at Batavia high school. So maybe apparently is the operative word there. Right. Maybe a guy went in there. Maybe out of baseball that maybe at a rake maybe at nothing, but maybe somebody did walk in there. And maybe it was wearing black because people tend to do that. But the has been nobody with a gun found in the school. Nobody nobody has been injured in police are now leaving the scene. So this is the best of all outcome. I think so this the cities thanking the police no gunmen found, and that's what we were kind of wondering earlier. So it appears that school is probably going to be canceled today. I'm we haven't heard officially from the school yet. We've we feel like that is going to be the next thing we hear we reported earlier the kids who are on their way to school were turned around if they were on buses and sent home it's likely kids who are on the way cars also around and went home. So this could end up being likely will end up being a day off forget if you're a parent or Ryan Taryn of somebody you've got a kid this. You know, you take it as a loss because right now, I'm just like, okay? I don't want to give me a day to breathe. Hey, Honey, we're going to send you to run twenty four seven you can have a day off. You know, that would be the advice if anybody needs it, we have decided Batavia we've made it easy for you. In fact, he just say, Steve what the status is of the school. Then for the rest of the day. We have not received that officially from Batavia high school yet. Yeah. Following them on Twitter now just to see because they did post originally that due to the originally posted you to police activity. No one is allowed in the building. But that was a while ago all of the schools will be in. So so here's the tweet from Batavia high school due to police activity. No one is allowed in the building all buses are not operating to be h s at this time that was forty minutes ago. If your child's been picked up by a bus, they'll be returned. This is the old one isn't it all other schools will be in session, all of the other schools in the district will be in session with bus service more information coming so they have not updated their Twitter page and beyond that we are getting some information we're monitoring apparently a briefing. That had just ended with police there with an officer telling reporters on the scene that this may have been a student athlete with a baseball bat or student with an umbrella or somebody else with an umbrella addressed just happen to be wearing something plaque and sparked this citizen complaints the citizen actually went to the Batavia police department to report with really showed up in person. Yes. Well, what are you gonna do somebody walks in and says that what are you? What are you gonna do? Okay. Thank you. Steve presented. Hi. It's John Williams. I'm in for Steve. Cochran this morning. I'll go back to my usual slot. That's weekdays on WGN radio from one to three. Oh, jerry. I thought you ever forgetting to Q Joe Q Joe. No, no. In fact, let's just jump right into it. Now since we're a little late getting out of the news with our conversation with Steve. And that is the. I'm hesitant to not even talk that much about what Bobby rush said. Because I think some of the things that people say are so incendiary until unhelpful that it almost you know, you say, oh my God. What did they say? What do they mean? What's happening there you need to address it? But then again, maybe it shouldn't forward the ball any further. When Representative Bobby rush says that the fraternal order of police is the sworn enemy of black people, the sworn enemy of black people, quote, unquote. That is not only not true. But it's not helpful. Okay. That's my opinion. Let's let the fraternal order of police address that themselves though. So una phone line is the president of the fraternal order of police, Kevin Graham, Kevin it's John you're on WGN radio. Good morning. Things we haven't made pardon me for getting in your way. What do you want to say about what Bobby rush said? You know, you did some pretty well three -ality is that the paternal order police is open minded, and is defended the rights of everyone. We are not sworn enemy of anyone. We we'll go out and go after criminals where they need to be. But we are sworn enemy and certainly not because of race in. You know, you're right. You you don't want to? Take the the the rhetoric to another level. What what what was said was wrong. He certainly does every police officer in the city and apology. Not that. I think he's going to give it, but you can tell look he's he's a a longtime black cancer, and he has had his problems with the police and doesn't care for us. I understand that. Well, that's not why he was to go though, is to have a dialogue. So that people know that the police are there to protect them to help solve crimes and get the city to be one of the safest cities in the country. And that's where I want the direction to go. We came out against Kim socks because she doesn't doesn't see it the way law enforcement sees this county, and that was true by having the police chiefs here at F O P last week and having there was voted no confidence both enough apple P. And with the suburban police, the optics some people took exception with the optics of some of that. I don't try and orchestrate who's going to be at there at the at any particular news conference or press release. I let the cards fall where they may certainly we have an eye heading number of emails from people who you know, said that how they support the police they are African Americans. They want Justice in the city they want everybody to play by the rules in in. So do we limit lets to set the table briefly though? I mean, so this has to do with the handling of the case. And then everything that fell out of that. Some people said Kim FOX should resign, by the way that her office handle that she said she didn't orchestrate any of that she handed that off. But a lot of people feel like the buck should should stop there. And since then another group of people have come forward to defend conflicts in her handling of things, and that gets us to where you all are on this story today. And when you. Looked in that room. And you saw that it was not as racially diverse as the police forces that wasn't a red flag to you that didn't seem like that would upset people in a what I asked the police used to be there. All the extension was extended to everybody when you get forty police chase from suburban Cook County from the lake cook line all the way down to the Indiana line. That says a lot, you know, certainly, you're gonna find somebody who likes Kim FOX, but they weren't in the room. And they certainly didn't voice their concerns with the police association of north cook west cookie and south cook police association, so they kept silent wasn't until afterwards that we had one or two people that disagreed with the south suburban police chiefs association, but it went out to everybody, you know, there was one thing though, that you said you said this was about. The Jesse smaller case. Culminated a lot of frustration wasn't about that. It really started. When we could not get felony charges approved when people were attacking police officers and in I'm sitting in my office right now and inland office. A few weeks ago was to officers, by the way, they were both African American. Man, one had his kneecap broken and the other almost had her finger bid off. In a fight. And I couldn't get felony charges approved on them. I mean, this is what's been going on at the state's attorney's office. And and you know, we have a lot of good state's attorneys that work there, but their leadership needs to change over there. And that's what our frustration and our anger was about it wasn't about just one case. But we we do believe that obviously we haven't got any justifiable answers will that came through an edge. It's Jesse small case. Can it get any better with Kim FOX still in office? We are certainly hoping that if he doesn't step down faster to step down. But if she doesn't that she starts prosecuting these people not reducing charges. You know, the people Cook County deserve that you there's almost no way to get to get convicted of or be prosecuted for shoplifting. And if you own a store that's pretty frustrating. And what do you do you? Don't call Kim plots office, you call the police department say what's going on. Arrested the same guy three or four times. Yeah. Nothing ever happens. And you know, that's where a lot of the frustration with these police use are coming in that they have to deal with store owners. And and and citizens in the community who are frustrated that they're the criminals are not being prosecuted, Bobby, rush draws racial lines. What percentage of the police force is of color, Hispanic or Asian or African American? Do you have a number handy on? Yeah. Let me see if I can pull that up for you. I didn't question. It was a thirty percent is Hispanic just a little bit less than that is African American and we have about five percent that's Asian and other. And then the rest is white. So about a third third third. A there's there's than than the other two. Yes. But but yes, that is basically, correct. Okay. Malini last words on this. I just thought it would be fair to give you a chance to sound off on this. The the men and women of the Chicago police department are are hard working, and they don't see people by the color of their skin or by their religion or their ethnicity or their their their sexual orientation. They see them as citizens that we want to help. And and our men and women of the Chicago police department work extremely hard every day. And when it comes to a calling out people because of race and saying, you're sworn enemies that's just divisive..
"batavia" Discussed on WGN Radio
"A story changes on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN eight fourteen John Williams in for Steve. Cochran go back to one two three tomorrow. Steve's away today. Justin kaufman. Not here. This morning either. I'm happy. Sit in and visit with you all following this story, then Steve. So the longer the time lapses the more optimistic I get nothing dramatic has happened yet. At least nothing that we've been reported to peers students have not been in harm's way. Buses. The did have kids on them were turned around. If the police are going maybe classroom by classroom through that school. We have not heard of any gunshots. So, you know, keep your fingers crossed. But so far in this scenario. So good, and there is some indication from Lisa post on Twitter that perhaps traffic around the school is being opened up a little bit. I don't know if Mary has seen any of that yet. And we're also being told one of new reports is that a citizen reported seeing a person dressed in black possibly with this rifle entering the school. So we now know was a citizen report that prompted is early this morning at about six thirty eight I may have the nation and no road closures throughout that area. They did not black. Anything? Although there did seem to be an emergency presence. There has been there still is based on the overhead video that we've been able to see, but I guess traffic in that areas is moving relatively, okay. Two thousand students normally attend that school. They're not there. Now, some cops are in. They're going through it trying to see what's going on. It is a sprawling complex. I have never been to Batavia high school and seeing it from the air and still taken aback about how big lots of property that the police have to go through you think about that. So so far so good. I'm jumping here anytime Steve Grzanich, take sixteen on WGN and from the AllState skyline studio this is the Steve Cochran show of seven twenty WGN..
"batavia" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The city of Batavia tweeting out here this morning, as well as the high school itself, the city of Batavia just asking everybody, the please stay away from the high school until further notice because of this school here from what we have gathered usually starts around seven thirty five says, you can see the parking lot empty at this point a lot of people here because hadn't even begun yet with all took place, you'll far nothing has been found. We've not heard anything new from the high school or from the city of Batavia. The last information from Batavia high school was that kids who were on buses headed to school will be returned home. Other kids on the way shouldn't come into school. The school will remain on lockdown this morning. We're watching all of this police activity at Batavia high school, no word on any buddy being injured in this incident. Chicago mayor elect Lori Lightfoot is asking city officials to delay. Planned vote today on two massive development projects the city council. Finance committee set to vote on over two billion dollars. In tips subsidies for the Lincoln yards and seventy eight projects Lightfoot released a statement last night calling for the committee chairman to make today's meeting a subject matter hearing to address major concerns with the projects she has raised concerns about these deals from day one she says and the deeply flawed process that has led to today. In her words, it's unclear whether mayor Emanuel will be on her side on this or not and those are the headlines WGN sports defense the name of the game in tonight's NCWA championship just as it was in Saturday semis. First half of the shot clock era that none of the four teams court sixty five points Virginia allows fifty five again, number one of the nation. Texas Tech fifty eight point eight number three. They tip tonight at eight twenty last night, he's women's championship. Notre Dame's Areco goon Beloit had a chance to tide Baylor. Two free throws with one point nine seconds left. She missed the first one. One then intended to miss the second one but made it that's sealed Baylor's eighty to eighty one win baseball home opener for the cubs today. After losing the Milwaukee forty two it was the pirates today. The White Sox continue their first home hosting Tampa Bay after twelve five loss to Seattle pre-game twelve thirty five WGN finding a home in the big leagues. Sponsored by the village Bedford park building for the future on the horizon for the White Sox pitcher Dylan cease who takes another step tonight when he makes his first started triple A for the Charlotte knights against Norfolk. See split last season between class. A Winston Salem and double.
"batavia" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Back to the Steve Cochran show on seven twenty WGN. In the newsroom what's going on? Now have a chopper above Batavia high school, and what we tell you is there. Dozens of police agencies there on the scene lots of police vehicles in the parking lot armed police officers around the building on this report that an armed man was seen going in to the high school. This was about maybe forty minutes ago now where the city Batavia posted on their Twitter feed and Facebook page that a man with the rifle was seen entering the building. The good news that we can tell you is that Batavia school high school doesn't begin until about seven thirty bell and the parking lot that we can see from the skycam nine chopper nine is empty. So a lot of folks apparently had not come to school, and perhaps got the warning in plenty of time not to show up their buses are being turned around taking kids back home or to other places and the school is on lockdown. But there the lots of police there right now, and we will bring you more as we get it here on seven twenty. WGN? I support I saw in line was at six forty one. When the city said something about this the students weren't there, presumably faculty and staff would be we don't have any information, though, about the gun going off anybody doing any shooting per se. We just have that much information right now, that's it, and you know, the scene outside of the high school. You know, normally in these situations you see people coming out of the building people being filed away to safer locations. None of ad. It's all police lots of police vehicles in the parking lot. No other vehicles in the parking lot. The roads have been blocked off on their police in various positions. We won't tell you their positions around the building is they're searching for whatever this was. So they're obviously taking this very seriously and doing this doing a methodical sort of go in and search routine him looking at some video now, there's a whole host of emergency vehicles all around the school. I'll honor what you said too. But no any no information about this person. Then in fact, this is what happened. Evidently, somebody saw that and known for. That any shots have been fired the students don't normally get to school until a little later in the mornings. So hopefully, presumably none of them are very very few people were in the building at the time. And hopefully that does you people are safe, and it's hard to tell again from the number and the just the type vehicles there in the parking lot of emergency vehicles. There are not ambulances. There are not. I didn't see any ambulance, nor did I or fire trucks. It was just police vehicles. So that would be, you know, hopefully, good news that nobody's been injured jump in here. When you get more information, we'll do Rebecca Bonner's on a phone line. She's a Texas elementary schoolteacher, she turned her students artwork into a dress. She is the most valuable person on the planet on WGN radio this morning, Rebecca, John Williams here. Good morning. How are you? Oh, good morning. I'm great. We make this conversation a little shorter than we originally planned because we're dealing with the troubling all that situation here. You are an elementary school teacher, right? Yes. Yes. I'm at work right now in Highland village. Texas tell us what happened there. Well about a year ago. I was having my into the year art show, and I've seen a couple of ideas on Facebook about decorating dresses for different different ways, different different occasions. And I thought it would be fun for my kids to get excited about coming to the art show to decorate my dress. And so they would have you know, to come to our show and show not only their art work off. But also the artworks that was I was wearing office. So and that worked out really good. So this year for our district art show decided to wear it again, you know, show them that they could come to the district art show. They see me in the dress again 'cause they always asked me to wear it again. And my daughter took a picture and posted on I think it was Twitter. I didn't even know. And then she called me the next day to like, hey, you might want to get on Twitter. So that's pretty much how it happen. So then you go kind of IRA hun. Yeah. I mean kind of within that weekend. I wasn't really like I said, I I have a Twitter account. But I haven't been really active on it. And though I kinda got back on and started watching that the Twitter numbers go out. And and then, of course, it went to other social media outlets as well. So yeah, I kind of went viral though, and it was kind of shocking. And so you teach about five hundred eighty students ages three to eleven is that correct? Yes. Uh-huh. And did they all ages? Okay. All ages contributed to the dress. Yes. We have some guidelines like keep it at small as the palm of your hand. And don't work and appropriate thing things. I might like. So there was some coaching there. But yeah, pretty much. Everybody had a chance to go and draw headed out for about two weeks on a bag table with all the sharpies fabric markers. And you know, I kind of walked back there and keep an eye on things that for the most part they took care of business and decorated it, I think a real nice take away from this story. I mean, everybody's March madness. And you're talking to a studio full of people that like sports I enough to celebrate. Art, if if if I if I writing I would make sure every school had a fulltime art teacher. I think that is that be great. So some kids can't play basketball don't wanna play football, but they have an artistic should embrace that in. I think this viral dress really does that well, and my my experience as a child I didn't have our Intel news to Kansas when I was in third grade. And I only had it for one year in the moved away back to Arkansas didn't have it again. And then actually moved out of the country and had art again, and our friend Harley sixth grade on and never stopped. But you know, I remember sitting in that third grade room when that when we had art for the very first time and thinking, oh my gosh. I hit the jackpot, you know, actually have an art teacher, and I get to do their own school. Pretty awesome. And it's also an example of collaboration, and what we can all do together and make something beautiful that wasn't planned or you know, it's not perfect. Right. That's nice because things other life lessons. We think we learned from sports you could learn from creative art teacher. Let's collaborate. Let's work together. Let's do something. We can all you know, feel victorious about. And if you have not yet look at Rebecca Bonnard, the Texas implementary school teachers dress online, congratulations. Rebecca, thanks for. Thanks for that. And what lucky kids to have a teacher like that seven thirty two WGN radio news right around the corner..
"batavia" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Get the Traffix Chicago app approved by the mortgage experts team hochburg, just search T R A F F, I X Chicago. I'm van Vanderbilt from the life or death, Illinois dot com traffic center, the forecast from the WGN Chicago weather center, becoming mostly sunny warm today, you could be the warmest day of the year, so far seventy four for a high, but low to mid sixties athlete front. Partly cloudy tonight, low down to forty seven then tomorrow, mostly sunny, cooler with a high near sixty one right now in Chicago Fifty-three at O'Hare fifty four admit way, it's fifty six along the lakefront before we leave you when he went up to eat a developing story out of Batavia this morning. The city of Batavia website and Twitter feed this morning reporting that police have responded. To man apparently with a rifle entering Batavia high school, the latest tweet just five minutes ago from Batavia urging people to stay away from Batavia high school until further notice after that report of a man again entering the school. With a rifle we have a helicopter on the way. We'll have more details as we get it. Stay tuned to seven twenty WGN. I'm Steve Grzanich in the WGN newsroom. Ready to join the conversation live whenever story changes right here on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN. Seven eleven on WGN almost impossible not to sing along with this. Isn't it? They'll Todd Rundgren foreign by the way, we're paying attention to that potatoes story not to mix the heart with the the soft here. But that's unsettling news that Steve been reporting on we'll continue to follow that story. And get you information as it comes across. I have one more piece of information Batavia school the high school. There says if you have kids on the way to the school if you're on the way turn around and go home don't go to the school. It is on lockdown. They're not letting anybody else in as police investigate. What's going on there potato highschool number three one two nine eight one seven to one hundred you can call text that number three one two nine one seven two hundred if you or your kids are a little closer to that scene. And you've got something to pass along with us. But we'll keep our ear on that speaking of Todd Rundgren. That's right. We've got a pair of tickets to see Todd.
"batavia" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
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"batavia" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach
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"batavia" Discussed on Rose Buddies
"About that that I find very comforting. I think that I that's may seem like silly. But there is something about moving to a neighborhood and wanting to have the same sort of experiences food experiences that you've had at other times in your life. And then actually finding them. I think is kind of a big relief. Also, say like dinner is kind of a stress, you know, and that like our day has ended and we've kind of waited until the last minute to figure out what we're going to eat, and knowing that there, there's a place you can count on that will deliver something you lied us. There were there where we axing. We don't do a good like planning job. And so we get Henry down to bed, and by that point where starving, and so like, we know we have options another thing. I will say is Mike like moveon days. Are I pray to Jesus behind me? But every time I did move like there is something about finding one of these places that makes a new place that you're living in feel more like home. I will never forget when I moved to Chicago that was by far like that was a huge jump for me. I was when I live in Cincinnati is really really actually really far out of Cincinnati. So I don't know you could technically call that city living, but we live in the heart of Chicago. And I was you know, country mouse and big city. I was very nervous. I didn't know that many people in the city I knew nothing about sort of the the geography of the of the city, and then the first night that we moved into this apartment. We found a restaurant called hot walks cool sushi, and we ate that. And I was like, oh, this is a good place is just around the corner. So I knew I had my place for food cooked in hot walks or cool sushi prepared just for me. It would still be cool by the time. I got back to my apartment, and that made Chicago feel a lot smaller. Like it made it feel a lot more. I felt like I could get a foothold in it. And I don't know. I think there's maybe something very primal about that about like, oh God, I can get food. Good. Which isn't to say like I didn't cook. I love cooking. And we do it often. But you know, I don't know how to cook fill like what I want. It's it's nice to know. I think back to like places I've lived throughout my life. I like it's kind of interesting to do the like family tree of like, oh, we're we're the like four or five places that I used to eat, and they place that I lived is kind of so fun. When I lived in Cincinnati. I actually lived about thirty five minutes outside in a town called Batavia and the apartment complex. We lived in was just like right next to a mall and nothing else. Like, I would have to get on the highway. If I wanted the next closest restaurant was a cheeseburger in paradise and the mall was, you know, mall mall plaza sort of food. And so I never had. I never had a place. I only sorta had food that. Made for myself or I would go downtown. And I have I had good meals. Like, Cincinnati got great restaurants Batavia does not necessarily. And so like that year my life. I just never really had this foothold. And so that made it all the more exciting that that first night Chicago. And you know, the many many times that I had great meals in Chicago, the lived there that just I don't know I ate that city up. And then I knew it, and I found that to be very very exciting process. I feel like Austin super well partially because I've lived here longer than I lived in any city other than Huntington. But also because like I know where the spots are that Super Bowl loss is kind of incredible. Like, I've never lived in a city that is changing so much month..
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"Of instructed the administrator to negotiate a deal with the symphony on a new music venue at the banks. On a plot of land that's now used for tailgating before, football games emissions want to move forward with the project even though Bengals under, Mike Brown has made it clear he opposes that site My job is to help our fans have what they want