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Chicago mayor demands, again, that teachers return to class
"Is demanding a settlement. Today we get more from Bill Cameron. Mayor Like what says she is no longer patiently waiting teachers. Union leaders continue to say safety is the main issue. But the mayor invoked the nation's most trusted covert doctor to say the school buildings are safe. National expert after national expert including Dr Anthony Fauci, Has repeatedly said that with the kinds of medications CPS has put in place, schools are safe. Lightfoot sounded a little more exasperated. That means she may be considering tougher action against the unions sooner than later. Bill Cameron 8 90 WS news tomorrow The kids are off of school that had already been scheduled, so we'll see what happens. Meantime, state
Chicago's Cook County Board passes Juneteenth ordinance
"June 19th as a new holiday, bill, Cameron says it's for Juneteenth the day that marks the end of slavery after the civil war in teeth was unanimously approved as a paid holiday for Cook County workers. Irish politician John Daly supported it. The Republican County chairman, Sean Morrison, voted for it. It points to a significant time in our Internation that I think that it is important that we acknowledge that those things that have occurred in our past and and it also allows us a focal point to come together to show you our dollar bills. It says. E pluribus of many one, and Let's not forget that that is the strongest element of our nation and always has been, and so Cook County becomes the first local government. The state to make Juneteenth a paid holiday. Bill Cameron
Duckworth tells restaurant industry in Chicago that relief bill is close
"U. S Senator Tammy Duckworth's holding a Town hall to talk about relief for various industries, including the restaurant industry. One participant in her town All was Chicago chef famed chef Rick Bayliss pleading for help from Congress. It hasn't seemed to me like Congress has has Been aware of the fact they're not acting like 110,000 restaurants have closed in 2.1 million people are still out of biz out of work in our profession. As we know the Chicago teachers. The Chicago public schools wants to reopen schools next month now. Bill Cameron says the teachers union is out with a list of demands that must take place, according to the union before the schools can reopen, See to you is demanding a variety of covert safety protocols and no simultaneous in class and remote learning. Well, their life was his school buildings will be safe and studies show this. We know that there is no replacement for in person learning and an important thing. Keep in mind is that parents who do not feel safe Can often out.
"bill cameron" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Here's Bill Cameron 238 is the latest state covert death toll. It's nice. So far about Governor Prisca isn't sure how many days it covers. And while it's likely that some of this increased can be attributed to a data lag from the holiday weekend, we also know that higher case numbers and higher numbers of hospitalizations do lead to Tragically, even more lives lost the previous I was 192 on May 13th 12,639 is the total state covert death toll so far. No Cameron a $90. You're listening ears. As many schools throughout the states which to remote learning the Illinois High School Association, confirming that winter sports will not begin until at least January. Chicago police say a 70 year old woman was killed in a hit and run. The woman was driving a silver Honda sedan about 12:20 A.m. when she collided with the Blue Buick sedan and the intersection of the 300 Block of East Wacker Drive. Car appeared to jump the curb and hit a wall on lower Wacker near Columbus Drive and the driver of the sedan hit the woman's car and then fled the scene. Two people are dead after shooting led to a crash in Lawndale on the West side just before eight PM, people inside a westbound Chevy fired shots towards a Kia in the 4300 block of West Roosevelt Road. Kia veered off the road crashed while the Chevy continued westbound and crashed into another vehicle in the 5800 block of West Roosevelt to people in the Keio were killed. President Trump delivered a 46 minutes speech against the election results via social media. He called it perhaps the most important speech of this presidency. Ivanka Trump has been deposed by attorneys alleging the President Trump's 2017 Inauguration committee misused donor funds. The lawsuit alleges waste of the non profits funds, accusing the committee.
"bill cameron" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"But tough choices come only know like black holes and the only three ways a Chicago alderman leaves the City Council the ballot box. Jury box or the pine box. Now Bill Cameron Lawrence Patrol is here. He's the president of the Civic Federation and AKI, analyst of the gigantic financial Problems facing City Hall in Springfield. Lawrence. Welcome back to the program. Thanks for having me is the coronavirus leaving you on your family alone. Luckily, my family's healthy and so am I. So that's a lot to be thankful for. It certainly disrupting so many people's lives and health so very glad to be able to be conducting a lot of our work virtually And disrupting so many government budgets exactly coming up. This week, the Chicago City Council will vote on Mayor Lightfoot's pandemic budgets for 2021. Lawrence. It's got a $94 million property tax. I can it. What do you think of this? Been spending plan? Well, they were. I mean, you have to put it in the context of what the mayor faces and what the city of Chicago faces right because of the economic uncertainty and disruption that is Um the pandemic has caused. There are very little options that are easy for the city to implement. The property tax increase was not something that, um, the Civic Federation initially was, you know, thrilled about but it is a relatively modest increase. Um, that is the city had indicated was necessary in order to prop up their ongoing Financial position and to show that they could that there was new revenue coming in concerned now that the property texts increases being targeted toward a capital plan that has been not been fully vetted or articulated. The city doesn't need capital improvements, but it needs a comprehensive plan in this very Tough economic time before it spends any money or prioritized prioritizes capital spending. The mayor had has a reasonable approach to this budget. She's trying to maintain the city's both its financial position. She's not getting any help from Springfield, which is not even operational in terms of the General Assembly hasn't met since May. Hope is that the federal government will be providing some revenue support in the form to not just the city in the state of Illinois. But all states once the a Biden administration comes into office, or the U. S. Senate decides to go forward with some local government assistance. Now, if Washington does come through, Is there any piece of the pandemic budget from the mayor that can be reduced cutback? Maybe from definitely the mayor's people are saying that if they get significant revenue support from Washington, they will not be borrowing us much money. They will be not trying to use his what's locally called scoop and toss, which is where we're restructuring our debt by pushing it out. In order to provide budgetary relief to the to this year's and last year's budget and the clothes last year's deficit, So the Civic Federation is strongly supported the need to provide temporary relief to states and local governments during the pandemic so that they can continue to operate so that they can support the businesses and residents that need this support so we can get through the economic disruption, but it's unlikely that that level Support from any administration is going to be enough to avoid the real crisis in terms of Chicago's finances, which are it's overwhelming pension liability and tied to its high level of debt. Do you see a pension solution that nobody's talking about? I see a lot. I don't hear that much talking about solutions, especially not in Springfield mentioned that the General Assembly hasn't even been in session since May. So there's not really any talk in the body that needs to make, um, pension reform and relief. A possibility. Yes, they're consolidation of the city pension funds has been talked about Governor Pritzker last year before the pandemic had a commission headed by Bill Brodsky that looked at the obvious answer. Which is Illinois has more pension funds than any other state. Better run states have consolidated pension funds we could do that with are not just our police and fire, which would be the first step. But there's no justification for the Chicago public schools from a taxpayer standpoint to have its own pension fund, for which the city taxpayers are on the hook, both for the Chicago public School pension fund, as well as the down state and a suburban teacher's pension fund. They needed to be combined to stay. It needs to come up with a means of reducing the growth of the pension liability. The most obvious answer is to go after the 3% compounded automatic increase that requires, um, addressing the constitutional issue. It requires a willingness by the General Assembly and the governor to take on this issue. It's the one that's driving all the tax increases at the local level, the state level the basic reason. While there was a proposal to amend the Constitution to allow for a graduated income tax was because the state can't both funded pension liabilities and fund it's regular government operations. Now organized labor will never go for that. But is there a tipping point in which labor should endorse that, for its own sake? I think labor has Theo is a key component and moving forward and protecting both retirees and the workers. And it's just a It's an obvious fairness issue should Their current workers, not beginning salary increases or beginning reduced salary increases. While the retirees in many places in Illinois and Chicago governments are getting 3% and then sometimes compounded, 3% increases it just with inflation, being at of historic and look a historic low that is projected to continue. We cannot afford to maintain the most generous automatic Pension benefit increase of any state in the United States. No other state built it into statute that regardless of inflation, we're going to give 3% in May cases compounded increases its I distinguish between the Chicago police and fire which don't get the automatic 3% compounded increase that policeman fireman outside of Chicago received His bed is the property tax levy going up is isn't such a good idea to let the mayor raise it by the cost of living or 5%, whichever is less every year until the year 2058. Lauren's right. It is basically not a good idea to put all your pinch your property tax increases on automatic pilot and we express that to the City Council and express that to the mayor, if you can justify in the midst of a pandemic that you have a need to increase the price. Pretty taxes by this year's rate of inflation, it doesn't justify increasing it automatically next year. The reason why Chicago has has a self imposed property tax camp is because it was a reaction to what was going on in Springfield, which was the spread of property tax caps by the then Republican dominated legislature and governor's office under governor Edgar In 1995, there was a push to spread property tax caps out of the collar. Needs to include Cook County. It basically is a limitation that says you could hope non home rule units of government can't increase the property text levy by more than 5%, or C P. I, whichever is less. Since CPR Consumer price index has been less than three and bordering on 2% or less for many years, it makes sense to limit that growth or else it just continues to build upon itself again. Property tax relief Have to come from Springfield in some authorization of consolidating the number of governments reducing government mandates or somehow helping the locals reduce their costs. Okay, let's talk about cuts the mayor is borrowing against future cannabis revenue to wipe out 350 layoffs is just such a good idea. This is not a good idea. Borrowing for operating is never a good idea that cuts that they had identified, which were in addition to vacancy. Cuts. We're going to be contingent on whether or not they received federal revenue support. If they got federal revenue than his support, they would not necessarily borrow as much and they might not make those personnel reductions. If there's a justification for, um maintaining specific positions that has not really been articulated, we need we borrowing. Against the hope for or the expectation of a non runner, reliable and relatively new revenue source. Cannabis is going to be very expensive, and it's going to limit the city's ability to balance their budget next year and in years to come..
Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker says Madigan should step down as party chairman
"And growing push for Mike Madigan to step down as party chair. Here's Bill Cameron just two days after his fair tax went down. Pritzker is joining Senator Durbin insane than Mike Madigan should step down his party chairman. Look, I agree with Senator Durbin that opponents were able to tap into voters concerns about corruption and Their lack of trust in government. There are really challenges there and you know that I have proposed significant ethics reforms that I know that the Legislature needs to take up the Republicans and the billionaires that sided with them were, you know, effectively able to use the speaker as their foiled when asked if he agreed with Durban that it's time for new leadership. Pritzker simply said Yes. Cameron, a $90 U. S news.
"bill cameron" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Mayor Lightfoot said this You ask a gay black woman that she is an originalist? No, ma'am, I am not Constitution didn't consider me a person in any way, shape or form because I'm a woman. Because I'm black because I'm gay. I am not an originalist cancer. Really? Lori Lightfoot says these hearings are hard for her to follow. Bill Cameron 8 90 w listening ears. In lieu of a formal debate. President Trump has agreed to answer voters questions during an outdoors. NBC News Town Hall Thursday in Miami. NBC News says it has a statement from National Institutes of Health Clinical director Dr Clifford Lane, indicating he and Dr Anthony Vouching have reviewed the president's medical data and have concluded the president is not shedding infectious virus. Joe Biden is doing an ABC news town hall Thursday in Philadelphia, following Johnson and Johnson's announcement Monday that it was putting face three clinical trials of its Corona virus vaccine on hold due to one of the study's participants getting an unexplained illness. Another drugmaker, Indiana based Eli Lilly, saying it's hitting the pause button on testing of it's experimental. Monoclonal antibody drug Eli Lilly, citing a safety concern, prosecutors say a 17 year old accused of killing two protesters days after Jacob Blake was shot by police in Kenosha, Wisconsin, won't face charges in his home state of Illinois, the Lake County state's attorney's office. An investigation revealed the gun used in the Kenosha shooting was purchased, stored and used in Wisconsin. It says there's no evidence the gun was ever physically possessed. By Kyle Riton HOUSE In Illinois, The Antioch teen remains held in a juvenile detention center in Lake County without bond do depending criminal charges in Kenosha,.
Chicago - Gov. Pritzker defends decision to keep high school football on hold until spring
"Still won't let Illinois high schools play football, even though the Big 10 will. Here's Bill Cameron as the big 10 was finding a way to play football Governor Prisco was telling reporters why Illinois high schools can't You know when you're talking about big 10, and you're talking about professional sports right? Much different than high school sports. Itjust is because of the amount of testing because of the amount of the doctors that are available because of the focus on testing for my own card itis. That's something that the big 10 has said that they will do.
"bill cameron" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"That I recommend is, of course, the connected to Chicago podcast hosted by The dean of City Hall. Reporters doubled his own bill Cameron, who joins me now to talk about the life and legacy of big Jim Thompson, when you had heard first that he passed. What was the first memory of Thompson that came to your mind, Bill Cameron. Well, I would say the monthly shows we used to do on my Sunday shows when he was governor. We had time to really get into issues and talk about the way deals were made and politics was played, and he'd come in once a month just to do that on what was then W and make you You know, I was reading all the obituaries and especially the columnist Mark Brown had a fine when he's going to be your next hour. Neil Steinberg in the Sun Times as well. I was not aware how far back he went, You know, I knew him as a governor, I knew had been a U. S attorney. But first, he built quite a roster in that U. S attorney's office. A lot of superstars. Became superstars later worked under Jim Towns. Can you speak to that event? Yeah, He put a lot of daily Democrats in prison with the help of all those guys that are mentioned, including guys like Sam Skinner, who later became U. S attorney. But he made a career out of going after daily Democrats, but he never got to daily himself. He got to the number two guy Tom Kane, chairman of finance, who thought that they'd never get a never dirty a pole keen but finally sent him to prison. And that set the stage for his popularity, and the Republican Party decided to slay him for governor, and he want to easily over my college and otherwise very popular secretary of state in the 1976 elections. When Thompson first went to work for the U. S attorney wasn't it's kind of a back room deal that this U s attorney was going to retire. Move on in a year, and I was going to be Thompson's office after that need work with Mitchell out of the Nixon administration. Yes, sir. Wass. It was all planned because the other guy was going to go up to the appellate court, and it worked out beautifully for the Republicans. Didn't Thompson did he prosecute any other Republicans other than Spiro Agnew? There were a couple of on the county board some county officials, but they were token Republicans. It was really going after Dirty Democrats down at City Hall. And who did he unseat was a Dan Walker for governor. Walker was knocked off by Howlett in that primary. Okay, 76 because daily put up a little knockoff Walker, who wouldn't give daily the crosstown Expressway? Remember that one? Yes, I do. I vega over that. So he he got close to Richard J. Daley close, Teo took keen and put keen away, but never could was going after Richard J. Daley. Well, of course, but Richard J. Daley, like Mike Madigan, uh, always had a buffer between him and the dirty deal, and so they could never put their hands on. Richard J. Daley and for the summaries, and I would be surprised if they couldn't get Mike Madigan. But who knows? Yeah, I'm going to take the hunter on that. I don't see that happening either. I think it was gonna happen. It would've already happened unless this kind of sidebar unless what's that former lobbyist named McClane, Mike McLean, You know, but I think Madigan's too smart even to talk to McLane on, you know, unsecure telephone line and implicate himself. He just doesn't seem like that kind of guy. Back Tio Governor James Thompson talking about his life and legacy here with her own Bill Cameron. Did he ever express admiration for the building that bore his name after was known as the State of Illinois Building. Oh, absolutely. I mean, he made the pick. On what the building would be like. You know, the pick and salmon was his idea. So he was mighty proud of it. But mighty disappointed that seven construction workers fell to their death building it What was his? He didn't get married until he was running for office. Did he? And he was essentially just a hardworking bachelor. That was the the story of Jim Thompson. That's right. I think you know about Jim Thompson knows was. He was a moderate Republican who is interesting and making a deal by crossing The isle and fighting out with those Democrats needed to do things like keep the White Sox in the Southside or fix up Navy Pier and make it to the biggest tourist attraction in Illinois. In other words, he was not interested in fighting. As is so often the case today, but he was interested in finding consensus and doing what was good for Illinois. So we knew he wouldn't have to Richard J. Daley, but he had to cut a deal Richard M. Daley to get the white socks to stay in town. How did that come about? Well, they had to stop the clock in the Illinois house because there was a midnight deadline on DH hey, was on the floor, literally twisting arms, really putting the pressure on the last few votes. On DH. He needed a little more time and so somebody stopped the clock. And it was really more like 12 or three AM then just before midnight that they got the deal done. That's that's faster. That's just great. That's that's great. Stop the clock. Not not metaphorically, literally. Stop the clock. So Chicago So Illinois and the mayor at the time was not rich Daley was Harold Washington with the White Sox deal. Yes. When I was going through the Legislature, Okay. All right. Okay, but daily was mayor by the time Well, I thought it was. I thought it was. I thought it was Thompson daily and Ryan's door for the three guys wrong. Well, I think daily undoubtedly probably had some effect, but the deal was to do was done..
Chicago health commissioner encourages wearing of masks to prevent spread of coronavirus
"Public Health Commissioner Alison are witty, talking about wearing masks Bill Cameron at the City club doctor or what he said some political leaders air, sending mixed messages about what the people should be worrying masks in public, But she says, it's very important that they do wear masks. When you wear your mask, you were providing some protection to yourself. But mostly you're protecting your neighbor. And when your neighbor wears the mask, they're protecting you. And not everybody is always willing to think about their neighbor first, but I think we're doing a good job broadly here in
Chicago Public School's fall plan might include part-time return to classrooms, CTU says
"We have some breaking news tonight regarding Chicago PUBLIC schools. The Sun Times reporting that public schools officials have talked with the teachers union about a hybrid plan. That would include both in person and remote learning. Now. This is all happening as the district is expected to reveal its proposal for the fall tomorrow. Bill Cameron covered the union press conference today. On this topic bills. CTU wants to continue remote learning for at least six weeks while planning continues to make in class instructions safe. Not spoken. CTU vice president Stacey Davis cases were actually in several pandemics. We are also in a position where we have a maniac. It's sitting in the White House who deny science who has led many of his GOP brother in off the ledge. More input from many more affected parties will be taken before the mayor decides how to reopen the schools.
Coronavirus In Illinois: 587 New COVID-19 Cases, 37 Additional Deaths
"Still considered low. The number of new deaths in Illinois has been under 100 every single day since June 4th, the number of new cases 587 The third straight day that that number has been lower than the previous day. And if you compare that to a state like Texas, Texas today, surpassing 10,000 New Corona virus cases. Illinois 587. Mohr. Good news from the City Health Commissioner Bill Cameron. New data show. All of the metrics continue to trend in a positive way for Chicago. The city's public health commissioner, Dr Ellison, are what he says. We're doing OK, we are in control here. By and large. We've seen a slight increase in those number of new cases. Some of that we are doing some more testing. But even the percent positivity in that 4.7% range suggests that we still have some more testing to dio. But broadly, our concern, of course, is that so many other state and parts of the country are just not in control at all. And that's why City all one's travelers coming. Into the city, from states with a surgeon cases to self quarantine here for two
Illinois COVID-19 To Peak In Mid-April Under Current Projections
"Will will covert covert nineteen nineteen Pekin Pekin Illinois Illinois here's bill Cameron April sixteenth is when a university of Washington study predicts that covert nineteen will peak here governor Pritzker though isn't quite ready to agree most of the models that I've seen and we've seen a number of them show that will be peaking sometime in April in Illinois and you know we're we're not yet close to that you know we have weeks to go answer Pritzker is expected to extend his stay at home order beyond April first
Head of Chicago Police watchdog recommends officers involved in CTA Red Line shooting be stripped of powers
"The Chicago police department's watchdog operation is recommending that to two police officers involved in the shooting of an unarmed man at the CTA's Grand Avenue red line terminal be relieved of their police powers bill Cameron as mayor Lightfoot's reaction was says he is not her place to say whether she supports taking away their police powers or not but she does say this is not a surprise
Ex-state Rep. Luis Arroyo, charged in bribery case, pleads not guilty
"At federal court our bill Cameron reports disgraced former state rep Louise Arroyo pleaded not guilty to federal bribery charges and said nothing to reporters after court for the record only oil pleaded not guilty to bribery in a criminal information not an indictment that often means a defendant is willing to flip on a bigger fish later and plead guilty to reduce his sentence is charged with passing a twenty five hundred dollar bribe he called a jackpot for sweepstakes legislation to a state senator who was wearing a wire outside Highland Park restaurant state senator Terry link tonight is that he's the mole in question next court date on this one is Saint Patrick's day March seventeenth the day primary
Former LA top cop Beck named Chicago's interim police superintendent
"Thirty mayor Laurie life what is called a news conference at city hall for thirty minutes from now she is expected to name former Los Angeles police chief Charlie Beck the interim police superintendent to replace any Johnson who announced yesterday that he'll be retiring at the end of the year now this morning former top cop Garry McCarthy told Mancow that light switch should definitely pick and non Chicago in an outsider to be the permanent police superintendent here and here in Chicago most of these folks don't have that opportunity because politics here because you're in with the in crowd that's how you get promoted and if you're out when the next guy comes in then you're out and then that is a dysfunctional system of executive took only cars he says the good cops on the Chicago police force don't have the political connections to advance and those that are politically connected in his opinion would not make good superintendents but former Chicago police union spokesman Pat Camden telling John how old the city should pick an insider's insider it would be a a you've got a corporation of thirteen thousand police you mean to tell me you can't find somebody in there that'll do the mayor's betting again life but with the near a nine thirty news conference bill Cameron is there listen for his reports here on
Kerrin McEvoy: Growing Up Jockey
"Said Van Tigers for you growing up in a racing family NGOs yeah it was grew up streaky value their little Bush town on the west coast of South Australia and gripe place to grow up it was pop leave dubbed the up the road hundred the road up the hill when he had some stables at the back of block horses there and anyways trying to be seeks right or ten depending on the locals wanted Ironhorse with him but it was great it was you know plenty of ponies for me Rawdon and dad was a jockey while I was a young child and then going to be heavy but submarine down to the Rice's a young Keaton running around collecting the bidding sleeps in tags six and always guys the jockeys and saying what color boots I had on what settles out and it was a passion was building from from an early age remember things little things when you're younger Dinesh Illinois big he's larger than life that all that China who was it for you that made you get nervous when you met him for the first time ties yeah Tolan I you 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I must admit there was more tom playing sports than probably and what but I was always going to be a jockey and and that was where did they could always rod you is natural out Mimea I draw you jump ahead of the gates actually my pony a job the guy here we used to have some old rusty berries stoves their streaky by Rice course which is better the town and that's track Ho Ho won one race meeting in the clubs do have their one meeting a year but jump a little out of the gates with some two year old it's in That was a good buzz and you know you you you never forget those alien is in plenty of jump shots and Charles Day on on the the Lindsay it young stirs but usually go over Lindsay Park as he must go hold of ice used to catch the bus over and and stated working long hours a higher on the apprentice waste all used to pick up more pack my pay packet it was double this the boys the boys used to be filthy but picking up pooing strapping a few of them on and enrolled in a few years and they 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2020 Census to Be Printed Without Citizenship Question
"The trump administration has sent a twenty twenty census questionnaire to the printer without the controversial citizenship question but our bill Cameron says the president and top Chicago Democrats have issue Dooling statements on the issue trump tweeted is fake news that the commerce department is dropping his quest to put the citizenship question on the census form he says they're moving forward but here at city hall mayor Leadfoot issued a statement saying everybody knows for the effort is a blatant attempt to scare immigrant and refugee communities into the shadows and undercounter cities and metropolitan areas in which they live when I recently asked only parkway field to cook County Board president what she thought of trump's moves on this she had this memorable response hi I'm I'm kind of on record that he's a despicable human being so you know I'm I'm not sure where to go from there and the senators Durbin intercourse have said much the same
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"In the murder of twenty-six-year-old visiting scholar from china ganging zang saying the jury deliberated for less than two hours christianson sitting expressionless in court case now has to the sentencing phase to determine whether he should receive the death penalty illinois no longer as capital punishment but because it's federal case that is an option the next phase begins on july eighth former chicago alderman willie cochran was sentenced to a year in federal prison after pleading guilty to felony wire fraud from spending money from a neighborhood charity are bill cameron has the story record cochrane spent ten minutes reading a statement to the judge apologizing for stealing fourteen thousand dollars from his ward charity but also listing as many good deeds over the years with u._s. or tornado in the audience judge alonzo said there were actually two mr cockerels every court who is better than this but another who gave him to ten tation ingred cochran covered his mouth with his hand in the judge denied in the probation hit asked for and then gave him a year and a day to ensure no early release then two years supervised release and ordered him to pay that fourteen thousand dollars at the dirksen federal building bill cameron w._l._s. a._m. eight ninety news a state senator from deerfield is suggesting that a popular firearm confiscated nick gale has more state senator julie morrison democrat suggested at a town hall meeting last week that confiscation of a._r. fifteen and other semiautomatic weapons.
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"Chicago city hall Bill. Cameron says one point six billion dollars worth of subsidies for the big Lincoln yards and the seventy eight mega projects that mayor. Emanuel. Want have been delayed blinked and bow dmed reelected Laurie life which request to delay. The vote in the city council finance committee until a better deal can be reached outside the committee. Andrea Vasquez, the challenger who defeated finance committee chairman in Pat, O'Connor, celebrated with other democrat. Attic, socialists, elective can divide. People administrators could bring them together, and I'm feel hardened and glad that the vote has been delayed. Thank you so much. One alderman wanted to take finance committee vote anyway, but the current plan is to take a boat Wednesday morning before the full city council meeting in any case this drama is the first test of whether the city council will cooperate with the new mayor at city hall Bill Cameron WLS AM eight ninety nine on the heels of the ousting of homeland security secretary Kirsten Nilsson comes word of another move within the department. Bob Costantini, says the head of the secret services on his way out continuing to purge of the department of homeland security. Top officials President Trump has ordered the firing of Randolph. Tex Alice director of the secret service is the latest part of a point overhauled. The department reportedly being overseen by immigration heartland. Stephen Miller Alice's firing is not related to immigration. It seems though the secret service did face criticism for Chinese national woman being able to get into the president's resort in Florida. They bond hearing has been journed until next week for that woman arrested at the president's mar a Lago club. She will be. He held until then actress Felicity huffman's apologizing for taking part in the college admissions bribery scam up and says in her first public comments her arrest last month or daughter did not know about her actions Huffman was accused of paying fifteen grand to rigor daughters. Exam score. Authorities say she and twelve other parents have agreed to plead guilty in connection with the scheme. Correspondent Brynn Gingras has more on a tweet from the desperate housewives star. He says I'm in full acceptance of my guilt and with deep regret and shame over what they have done. I accept full responsibility for my actions, and we'll accept the consequences that stem from those action actress, Laurie Lachlan and her fashion designer husband were not on the list of those agreeing to guilty pleas big sports day today. March madness wrapping up tonight with for Jinnah and Texas Tech battling it out in the NCWA men's basketball championship game cubs. Crushed the pirates in their home opener tended nothing though, John Lester left the game with left hamstring tightness. In the top of the third SOX fell. To the raise on the south side final. They're five to one WLS news time six oh. Four.
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"Former Trump attorney Michael Cohen has agreed to testify publicly before congress maharaja with more. This is according to Elijah Cummings. The chairman of the committee releasing a statement saying that Colin will testify before this comedian. Of course, calling has been a central player. He pleaded guilty and was sentenced to three years in prison for multiple charges, including two campaign finance related charges. Testimony is to take place February seventh before the house oversight committee. A judge has ordered a former Illinois legislator accused of posting nude photos of an ex girlfriend to stay off social media. Former state rep Nick sour has been ordered held in lieu of thirty thousand dollars bail sour was indicted Wednesday on twelve felony counts of disseminating private sexual images, the first term lake Barrington Republican announced his resignation last year after his ex girlfriend made the allegations. Prosecutors say the charges against our stem from an investigation that revealed to victims authorities. Have released the name of a seventy one year old skier from Northbrook who died at the Breckenridge ski resort in Colorado. The summit daily reports William Haas was found unconscious on Iran, Monday afternoon. It does not appear that he crashed into anything while skiing and the summit county coroner says hostile of natural causes the mother of a player on the northwestern. University women's basketball team who died in two thousand seventeen has sued a sorority claiming hazing by its members. Led to her daughter's suicide Jim Moran with that. Felicia hankins says the hazing of her daughter Jordan hankins by members of the alpha Kappa alpha sorority caused severe anxiety and depression led to her daughter's death in January twenty seventeen lawsuit filed earlier this week in US district court in Chicago lawsuit. Contends Jordan hankins was quote subjected to physical abuse, including paddling verbal abuse mental abuse financial exploitation, sleep, deprivation items being thrown and dumped on her another form of hazing intended to humiliate and demean her. Jim moran. WLS AM. Eight nine news in the race. For chicago. Mayor Bill Cameron says candidate Dorothy Brown may not have enough. Valid nominating signatures to have her name placed on the ballot. Dorothy Braun appears to be more than eleven hundred signatures short. She's crying fraud and calling on the state attorney to open a criminal investigation of Toni preckwinkle and really Wilson's challenges to her petitions. And here's why Brown says there after her because I'm on bought I'm on boss, Jim Ellen at the Chicago Board of elections has this take on Brown's claim of fraud patently improvable false and several of Brown's petitions do display searchers that appear to have been written by the same hand at city hall Bill Cameron, WLS AM WLS news time five zero three. Look.
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"The search is on for a man who killed a woman who had been out trick or treating with relatives on Chicago's northwest side last night, Nick gale with more Forty-one-year-old Maria Coronel had just finished trick or treating with their twin sister and young nieces near the twenty two hundred block of north long avenue. What a man with a gun demanded money, then jumped into the car and told Cornell sister to drive the women handed over some money, but when the suspect demand of their cell phones, Coronel refused. That's when in front of her sister and the children she was shot twice in the head and died at the scene. The search is on for the suspect who ran off community activists. Andrew home says to the perpetrator you need to turn. Because I can guarantee you if you'll fingerprints all over that car. Save your mother and your father the headache can turn because it won't be a matter of time, especially if you're in the system already Nick gale WLS AM eight ninety and Raymond took place in federal court in downtown. Pittsburgh this morning for the man accused of shooting to death eleven people at the tree of life synagogue, Robert Bowers is charged with federal hate crimes. He could face the death penalty. Correspondent Steve Kastenbaum. Was there? This time the alleged gunman was able to walk into the courtroom. The last time he was brought in a wheelchair. He was dressed in a red prison jumpsuit, his hands were shackled. He had a rather large bandage on one of his arms. He's facing a forty four count indictment. That includes federal hate crime charges. He entered a not guilty plea at Chicago city hall Bill Cameron says there's a new scare about the lead. In city water hill claims the water is still meets or exceeds EPA lead levels, but the mayor's office went into damage control mode after health Commissioner, Dr Julia Morita said this. About elevated levels in seventeen percent of a sample of service lines that have had water meters installed. People people should not be panicked. That isn't critical message, and you can help us to do that by not making it a panic situation when you look at the data. This should be very reassurance. You said overall lead levels in Chicago have been declining but the studios Joe giving the homes in question free water filters, and is ordering a study on the feasibility of replacing service lines between water mains in the streets to customers homes and other property at city hall Bill Cameron, WLS AM. Eight ninety nine a dozen people were arrested after a fight during a Halloween festival in Chicago's Hyde Park neighborhood last night, the teen year old man and eleven miners were arrested near fifty third in south lake Park Avenue. Cops say they were spotted throwing eggs golf balls and punches and other people at the festival and refused to stop when officers told them to do. So police say there is no indication that the incident was related to another situation. Several hours later near the fifty four hundred blocks of south Kim bark and south. Kenwood in which several vehicles were damaged no arrests reported in that case. A look at the roads at five.
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"Officials over priest, abuse more on the story from Kathy Volker Lisa Madigan says the Catholic church has a moral obligation to, tell the, public about all sexual misconduct involving Priests she'll be meeting with Chicago archdiocese officials to talk. About seven priests, with links to Illinois who were included. In a scathing Pennsylvania. Grand jury report the report found, about three, hundred Catholic priests abused at least a thousand children over. The, past seventy, years, among the, Chicago area, priest, named, in, it are the, Reverend Raymond Lukac Gregory for Janik Jerry. Kook-han and Robert Spangenberg all four of them have passed away Chicago archdiocese. Officials say they look forward to the discussion with
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"Chicago city. Hall Bill Cameron says. Another, protest demanding the resignation of, the mayor and his police superintendent is planned for another highway bolstered by the low turnout for his lakeshore drive slowdown activist Greg Livingston wants to try again this. Time on Labor Day September third on an. Unrevealed road heading into O'Hare well reminded by reporter that he didn't exactly set the world on fire last time. Livingston said. It's more important to count then to carry people DACA game when he started the Montgomery bus boycott there was one woman Rosa Parks and. Then everybody didn't jump on board but three hundred and fifty six days later the Montgomery bus company. Was, bankrupt because the people finally got together the mayor's office says. Mr., Livingston's plans would only harm the thousands of people living in in neighborhoods across Chicago people. Who earn a. Good paycheck working at our airports at city hall Bill Cameron, WLS AM eight ninety nine according to a, Pennsylvania grand jury report On, child sex crimes committed by priests church officials gave. A former priest a positive reference to work at DisneyWorld even though they'd. Fielded at. Least one complaint about him sexually abusing a boy the ex priest Edward ganster went on to work at Disney World he died in two thousand, fourteen the report is reignited a push, to end a statute of limitations on these types of cases in Pennsylvania abuse survivor Jim van sickle says the. Report identifying more than three hundred priests who preyed on more than one thousand children points to a critical legal challenge he says the statute of limitations on these kinds of cases in Pennsylvania is ridiculous my predator spent time after trying to reach out to me To, kind of get me. Past that period of time because he knew that if she got me past that time the laws of Pennsylvania protect, the predator the Vatican has declined to respond to the, grand jury report refusing even to say. Whether church officials in Rome. Have read the documents President Trump, has followed through on stripping of former, national security official of his security clearance White House press secretary Sarah Sanders read, a statement from, the president announcing that presidential critic and former CIA. Director John Brennan would no longer have access to classified information because of what was termed his outrageous statements as part of this review I'm evaluating action. With respect to the following individuals James Clapper James Comey Michael Hayden Sally Yates Susan Rice Andrew McCabe Peter Struck Lisa page and Bruce or the. Defense department's inspector general is investigating reports that Pentagon press secretary Dana white Forster staff. To run personal errands for her including picking up or dry Leaning Pentagon correspondent. Barbara Starr offer some, insight into the seriousness of the allegations let me give you just a little bit of sense of how the Pentagon works on any given day you can see Defense Secretary James Mattis, in the hallway picking up his own. Dry cleaning Dana white is the assistant to the secretary of defense for public affairs at least four of her current and former staff, members made allegations against her that started the probe and thirty years ago a Chicago, cop, was murdered, on the. Near west side now are John Dempsey reports there was an ever to rename a neighborhood, park in her honor on September twenty six nineteen Eighty-eight a gunman entered Moses Montefiore school in the. Thirteen hundred block of south, Ashland and shot officer Irma Ruis and her partner. Greg jig, Laos ski, Ruis was, killed Jakubowski returned fire. And killed. The man who had also killed the school custodian and two people at a nearby auto parts store now, the Tribune says the Chicago park district is set to, start the process to read The name. Walnut park near forty fifth and Polaski, four officer Ruis one of the first female officers ever killed in the line. Of duty in Chicago John Dempsey WLS AM eight ninety news WLS news time five oh four time for. A look at the, roads, if you're traveling outbound on, the Edens to lake cook fifteen. Minutes inbound from lake cook to the junction forty to the Kennedy outbound. Of the junction twenty five out to O'Hare fifty inbound O'Hare downtown fifty.
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"Charged in the fatal shooting of a fifteen year old Khadijah Pendleton are Nick gale has more honor student idea Pendleton, was with friends at a just a mile from President. Obama's home here, in Chicago when she was shot. In January twenty thirty just days after she performed with her high school band at Obama's inaugural festivities or death garnered national. Attention as well as tension from the president and first lady Michelle, Obama who, attended Pendleton funeral Michael ward and Kenneth Williams are accused of opening fire on the group of friends who they. Mistook for rival gang, members according to police
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"Dot com, account temps a Robert Half company Four men sneak into the window of Chicago police officers southside home and kill someone inside police records confirmed that a female Chicago police officer lives in. The house news ninety seventh and south Harvard she was not hurt the man who was attacked in the. Home was shot in the back and chest he's been. Identified as forty three year. Old Dimitrius Jones this neighbor tells ABC. Seven she's shocked and I'm loss for words I have never seen. Anything like this, happen and in our neighborhood like I said I've been. Here for a long time in the. Neighborhood the. Home invasion took place around. Four this morning police have offered few details as the investigation continues a northwestern Indiana man accused of killing his ninety four year old mother and at twenty fifteen. Fire at their house is scheduled for trial this fall after, a judge allowed him. To withdraw his insanity defense border Superior Court Judge Jeffrey climber says he based his ruling. In part on answers from seventy, year old Frederick federally during a hearing yesterday Wanda Maxine wonder was found in an upstairs bedroom. In the, the Ogden dunes home In April two thousand fifteen she died of smoke inhalation and thermal injuries on the surge in Chicago gun violence. Bill Cameron says governor rounder is now dumping on mayor Emanuel as part of the problem roms challenges have. Been dumping it on the mayor and now governor Rauner. Us on two fronts very. Disappointed in the mayor and his handling. Of this whole dynamic I do not believe Chicago police received the. Proper support that, they need to do their jobs affectively they need more. Equipment they need more personnel they need. To be. More assisted in their staffing and runner says Rahman speaker Madigan have blocked some of his economic development ideas for attacking what he calls the stunning unemployment rates in the south of west sides. So those ideas are anti union Bill Cameron WLS visitation will, be held for STAN. Mikita at the United Center atrium on Sunday from eleven AM to four PM visitor should. Enter the United Center on the, east side of the building Makita considered one of the greatest players in Blackhawks history Died earlier this week after a long illness he was seventy eight the funeral services every, anyone can go right yet that's open but the funeral services for STAN. Makita will be private and that is at the request of the family but that's cool that. They're going to do that at United Center right ahead of the. Official opening of the state fair the butter cow was unveiled but this cow lacks spellcheck Nick gale. Explains you could call. It an utterly ridiculous. Mistake if you're one to take proper spelling seriously the cow a, staple of the, fair since the nineteen twenties is meant to celebrate illinois's by ten this year but the butter bovine unveiled for a press preview. Earlier this week is instead celebrating the state's. Bicentennial with bicentennial spelled wrong folks on social media are suggesting the spelling errors could be corrected with a hot butter knife the cow was created by an Iowa couple midwest dairy which represents dairy farmers and several midwest states says quote you butter Her believe that Representative is. Looking into the spelling error Nick gale WLS AM eight nine thousand new the state fair runs. Through August nineteenth ask you a question Yes What's how's it what's misspelled centennial. Yeah bicentennial they misspelled that's, a bummer Yep This. Remould nap but I guess not smooth and yeah yeah some. More motor put it on there and then this. Right it with your fingers or somebody fire up some toast yeah let's go WLS news time four oh four look at the roads we have. A problem on, lakeshore drive southbound, before oakwood. Boulevard two left lanes blocked with a crash Northbrook area Tri state tollway southbound past on d. earlier crash moved to the shoulder.
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"Street in the community instead please rikio says he's all for a march against violence but doing it on the dan ryan would pull something like two hundred officers from the very communities where the violence is i think it goes really contrary to what he's trying to accomplish we don't wanna pull police officers out of the community to scored a march down the dan ryan expressway let's keep them march in the community let them march through the neighborhoods show the residents of those neighborhoods how much support they have for stopping the violence not on the dan ryan expressway people use ed expressway for business they use that expressway for recreation for emergency vehicles coming going from hospitals visiting family this is going to cause a major tie that expressway for a very long period of time gut rakia says so far father mike has not been receptive to moving his march from the dan ryan at city hall bill cameron douglas ama ninety news police officer tells you to pull over its most likely for a traffic infraction mandate is always better to pull over the not twenty six year old tony white should have done that although for him the ends might have been the same he ran instead and the palestine police officer eventually got him to stop and that is when the dalton resident admitted freely that he was a gang member and that is also when police found the glock in his car while with a high capacity magazine attached his bond set at twenty thousand dollars after a four year hiatus the original rainbow cone is returning.
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"To prevent it from a nuclear weapons capability bill cameron wls am dotty news authorities have charged a twenty seven year old chicago man in the shooting of an atf agent in chicago last week the suspect arnesto ghedina's made a brief appearance today in federal court in chicago to hear the charges against him a complaint charges him with forcible assault of a bureau of alcohol tobacco firearms and explosives agent in the friday shooting if convicted he faces up to twenty years in prison the atf agent was shot in the face and is expected to make a full recovery chicago police superintendent eddie johnson saying a short time ago that their priorities since friday has been catching the suspect individuals willing to shoot a member of law enforcement i believe there will be no hesitation on his part in doing the same thing to an area resident more than fifty federal agents packed courtroom benches and an overflow room in solidarity with the injured agent a bond hearing is set for may seventeenth gudenus has yet to enter a plea wls news time three oh four as we mentioned that problem has michigan avenue closed between lake and randolph streets with police and fire on the scene for report to the falling debris in what looks like a window washer scaffold problem there edens out to lake cook sixteen inbound from lake cook to the junction twenty the kennedy out to the junction twenty five minutes inbound from o'hare out to o'hare that's about forty inbound from o'hare to downtown fifty junction in thirty two eisenhower out to wolf and our twelve out to thorndale that's up to an hour and a half inbound from thorndale to downtown an hour fifteen wolf in at forty that's because inbound before a mannheim or right around mannheim they have a crash taking out two left lanes and it's a rollover with police on the scene stevenson out to the tristate forty two the veterans toll fifty inbound from the veterans toll fortyfive tristate in thirty dan ryan ouch ninety fifth the half hour.
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"I'll it was used to obtain one or more surveillance warrants at the secret foreign intelligence surveillance court at city hall bill cameron says as city council hearing on sexual harassment backfired on the alderman then partier in was an opportunity for the orange greg they firstly hansrolf pant jordan's drew project hotel workers but then hotel bartender deemed rashawn sean to justify the there's a loophole in the works to exclude all both a hotel housekeepers from the ordinance shock outrage and heartbreak are all lee beginnings of how i feel to be stripped of the anti retaliation safeguards we fought so hard for sponsoring older michelle harris was caught off guard and she denied shoes betraying hotel workers that would never do anything to that ordinance there would affect the integrity of that ordinance and redo the water it down or do anything that warton at city hall bill cameron wlsam 890 news one week ago today a chicago police commander was shot to death while trying to help tactical officers capture a suspect on the run today the widow of commander paul bauer has written a thankyou letter to the city of chicago aaron bauer says she and her daughters hearts are broken in a million pieces and forever changed she says her husband would have been terribly upset that he inconvenient so many with parking restrictions and road closures for the funeral procession never wanted to be in the spotlight she said arab our also says from the darkened window of her car last week and she saw people of every caller taking time out of their day not only to pay respects to her husband but to the entire chicago police department bauer says that one man quote almost stole my faith in humanity but the city of chicago and the rest of the nation restored it and i want to thank you for that wls news time 3038588000 traffic on the eastbound eighty reagan told way at myers row toll plaza an accident blocking the left lane the edens out to lake cook road 16 minutes inbound from lake cook at twenty the kennedy out to the junction thirty two o'hare fifty inbound from o'hare to downtown one hour junction in 45 ties and our outer wall fortyfive to thorndale one hour if you're traveling on.
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"At the lowest cost ever we've got the clouds 21 at o'hare flurries and 22 midway and 25 by the lake jaffe no from weather channel on wlsam 890 with another update thirty minutes in the news at nine oh to just a dusting of snow no out there but that didn't stop the city department of streets and sanitation from deploying two hundred ten snow plows this morning our bill cameron has been watching politics in this city for decades and he told big john in rambling ray it looks to him like mayor emanuel is looking forward to the next election in two year it it occurred recuits worst what a butcher gotta understand when mayor remarkable aimed at curbing handled a blizzard of seventy nine he got beat by jane burn and she became mayor of chicago so we gotta 2019 electric cutting and rome is about to let any snowflakes crazy without a snowplow there to catch it and carried away so that's what's going on their aegis this all mayor's stand in fear of snow since the blizzard of seventy nine four women have come forward in a new washington post story claiming the republican senate nominee and alabama really more engaged in improper sexual relations with them one of the women was as young as fourteen at the time moore was in his thirties more is vehemently denying the allegations here's bob constantine i will never give up the fight wore more tweeting of the allegations against him quote the forces of evil will lie cheat steal even inflict physical harm if they believe it will silence in shut up christian conservatives like you and me and quote the washington post reports more had sexual contact with teenagers when he was in his thirties including one woman whose says she was fourteen at the time on air force one press secretary sarah sanders the president not laughed at me allegations in this case one for many years ago to destroy.
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"Week about pensions after the fiveyear ramp on the police and fire pension fund we're going to need hundreds of millions of dollars in either of an existing programme some revenue just stand that funding schedule that pressure begins arriving in 2002 at city hall bill cameron wlsam 890 news kgb citizens out of lebanon in its first concrete action against the mediterranean country while officials in beirut the immediate return of prime minister saad high reread he will he abruptly announced his resignation last week he accused iran and it's lebanese proxy the shiite militant hezbollah of meddling in regional affairs and holding lebanon hostage the developments were the latest twist in the saga of hariri that has gripped his nation and sent tensions soaring with saudi arabia uh with the lebanese government in limbo officials in beirut they haven't heard from hariri since he departed for saudi arabia last week transparent star jeffrey temporis denying behaved inappropriately toward a former assistant the emi winning actor says the assistant was disgruntled and he adamantly and vehemently denied doing anything wrong amazon studios is reportedly investigating the allegations rv weinstein is higher to defence lawyers new known for their alist clients represent him in any legal proceedings in new york stemming from sexual allegations boardwalk empire actress pause delaware to has said that weinstein raped her twice in 2010 police say they are with manhattan prosecutors weinstein's lawyer say they will demonstrate that no criminal charges are warranted the los angeles police department says it's investigating sexual assault claims fell vile by actor cory feldman investigation has seen the former child actor star has claimed where wiz there is widespread pedophilia in hollywood and brooklyn nine nine star terry cruises filed a police report he was sexually assaulted by a high level hollywood executive he says while at a hollywood function with his wife last year a male executive who he is not identified groped him and it keeps getting worse for former louisville coach rick pitino correspondent tj cutini a federal indictment for this executive jim gato knew about the cardinals paying a star recruit and may have even been involved this this from new evidence in an indictment in the college basketball fraud and bribery case involving several assistant coaches bettino told espn last month that he had no idea about anything out of he.
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"Bill cameron wlsam 890 news president donald trump has said that he wants to let obamacare implode and then deal but three chicago area congressmen are involved in a new bipartisan effort in washington to save it one of them democrat dan lipinski who joined big john and rambling ray this morning on wlsam frederick game together date what we need right now to make some kicked with affordable care act there's a lot more that that needs to be done but just so it does not implode pretty twenty for 2018 and leave millions of people without insurance either steps we should take and that that's the problem that we're working to solve republican adam kinsey earned democrat brad schneider are also part of what is being called the house problem solvers caucus moderates who say obamacare can and should be fixed it was true then it's still true that's the reaction from the white house to a published report suggesting that president trump tried to cover for his son regarding the meeting with russian russians last year attended by eight people including other campaign staffers bob costantini has a reaction from the president's press secretary sarah huckabee sanders replying to the washington post story saying the president basically dictated the statement by his eldest son as the story of his june 2016 trump tower meeting was unfolding stephen either kid the meeting was about russia adoptions no change the statement that don jr issued is true there's no and accuracy in a statement the president wade in as any father would based on the limited information that he had this is all discussing frankly of no consequence but it was a couple of days later the times published on juniors email chain suggesting he was led to believe russians in attendance had damaging info on hillary clinton bob costantini the white house a man hunt on in northern california for a man suspected of shooting to sheriff's deputies outside of a church have at around nine a m deputies were responding to calls of a man with a gun reportedly uprooting pot plants outside arrest afari in church ubeku cotti sheriff spokesperson leslie carbajal says at least one of the deputies was hit several times april can't put it by air to um at a hospital in retail and they were equalised for third while it is unclear if the suspect is barricaded in a building or got away newspaper there says that the two sheriff's deputies fought him to.
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"I'm nick gale with wls news ahead of tomorrow's testimony about james comey which we will carry here on wls dan coats director of national intelligence telling the senate intelligence hearing this morning the nearly ten years since congress enacted the amendments to the freedom act the that the stylish the the fis there have been no instances of intentional violations of section 700 to ask by the vicechair about to the washington post report that president trump said the coats said he wanted him to pressure colmey to back off of the michael flynn russia investigation coates said this i do not feel it's appropriate for me to in a public session um in which of confidential of conversations between the president and myself i don't believe it's appropriate for me to address out in a public session now our coverage of companies testimony will begin at nine nine o'clock tomorrow morning here on wls in a tweet today president donald trump announced he'll nominate attorney christopher ray as director of the fbi from washington correspondent scott carr has more on raise background trump tweets ray is a man of impeccable credentials than details to follow ray emerged from a list of former prosecutors and law enforcement of fficials the president has interviewed since firing former director james call me last month ray worked for the justice department under president george w bush he currently works at the king and spaulding law firm and represented new jersey governor chris christie during the investigation into the george washington bridge laneclosing caves you'll recall to former christie aides were can victims of plotting to close bridge lanes to punish should democratic mayor who wouldn't endorse the republican governor in state politics are bill cameron says the illinois afl cio has endorsed jb pritzker to be governor rounders democratic challenger it's a big deal because of these big money and lots of people work in the first innings for pritzker but of its pritzker verses rounder its billion her versus billion her even labor leader karen lewis of the c to you wondered about that last month you you're basically asking questions on of the answer can one oligarchy place while they're all again what's going to be difficult and here we have the billionaire panel of rod blagojevich worth of astra street mansur property tax break getting the endorsement of the workingclass only in illinois bill cameron wlsam 890 their mistake by the tribune this morning in making that announcement.