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University of Chicago joins lawsuit against new visa rule for international students
"Announced new guidelines that threatened to bar hundreds of thousands of international students from studying in the US As a result of the Cove at 19 pandemic lawsuit, which involves Illinois and 17 other states challenges what it calls the federal government's cruel and unlawful action to expel international students. T'pol, Northwestern of the University of Chicago, have also joined the legal action Loyalists President Dr Joann Rooney has called the ice order misguided and inhumane. Bob Conway,
Chicago police investigating protest video where officer is heard using gay slur
"FM the civilian office of police accountability is calling for a Chicago police officer to be relieved of his police powers for using a gay slur Cooper says the officer was heard on a video recording making the remark during a confrontation with protesters during which objects were thrown in the officer's direction the officer is seen and heard yelling the slur and cursing at the protesters a Copa spokesman says the officer was identified and that department officials are in agreement with the recommendation lifting his police powers Copa made its initial recommendation to the police superintendent June fifth after a video of the incident was reported to the office Bob Conway newsradio one oh five point
2 men sue Chicago police after being exonerated in murder
"Two Chicago men who were wrongfully convicted convicted of murder are suing Chicago police and cook county prosecutors last year a judge tossed out the convictions of John Fulton and Anthony Mitchell in connection with the twenty oh forty murder this after the two men had spent years in prison their federal lawsuit now accuses police of manipulating photo evidence abuse and fabricating the religious confessions it seeks damages for civil rights violations and malicious prosecution needs of the police department or the state's attorney's office has commented on the lawsuit Mitchell says he hopes the suit will prevent the same thing from happening to anyone else Bob Conway newsradio one oh five point nine
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"Bob Conway these are the top stories on news radio WBBM for Minneapolis police officers were fired and are now under investigation after an unarmed black man died during an arrest the latest on that next term CBS news governor Pritzker says the state is on track to move to phase three of restore Illinois Georgia is offering to host the Republican National Convention after president trump threatened to pull the event from North Carolina and this is Daddy day the president of Six Flags great America says they are a summer symbol in Illinois and they're looking to re open WBBM sports the National Hockey League unveils its plans for the playoffs which include the Blackhawks the accu weather forecast tonight partly to mostly cloudy warm and humid with a low of seventy CBS news update fired for Minneapolis police officers involved in the death of an unarmed black man police chief Medaria Arradondo before involved former employees I've made that decision this afternoon George Floyd cried out he could not breathe as an officer had his knee on Floyd's neck CBS's Nancy Jim Minneapolis mayor Jacob fry apologized to the city's African American community I've been trying to do is find the words to describe what happened and all I keep coming back to is that he should not have died the Minneapolis police chief has asked the FBI to join the investigation into Floyd Stafford was a security employee at a local restaurant police say he matched the description of a suspect in a forgery case in a grocery store that he resisted arrest that's something that has not been seen in cell phone video the rest really so far CBS.
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"Roger plumber in for Bob Conway right now at all here freezing drizzle and thirty degrees and along the lake front thirty three degrees we'll have a complete accu weather forecast coming up but first our top local story on news radio WBBM mayor Laurie Lightfoot is dodging most questions on possibly having to select a new police superintendent soon WBBM political editor Craig della more reports at an unrelated appearance mayor Lightfoot acknowledge police superintendent Eddie Johnson has discussed as possible retirement but she declined to talk about any moves to replace him yet but she was asked if she would respect the police board selection process for that job the process her predecessor Rahm Emanuel circumvented in selecting Eddie Johnson the former police board president gave an emphatic yes having led the last search for superintendent I believe in respecting the law and the police were process so when and if we get to that point of course I will fall on the lawn and we will follow the police work process like food was on the far south side we're Blue Cross blue shield plans to put a community center offices and more than five hundred jobs at city hall crack delamar newsradio one oh five point nine FM eight Chicago teenagers had finger academy an epic academy got sick around lunch time after eating brownies and gummies reportedly infused with an unknown substance it's not clear whether the incidents are related he's like district forty six as teachers observe and support staff will go on strike tomorrow meanwhile a federal mediator has been working to see if a last minute deal can be ironed out talks have been aimed at increased compensation Chicago public schools say homeowners and other property owners will provide the extra one and a half billion dollars needed under the five year deal with the teachers union CPS officials tell cranes that it expects an extra one hundred million dollars a year from property taxes by the fifth year that would amount to five hundred million dollars a year or one point five billion over the five year period enough to pay for the new contract no not other expense hikes in a pastor who has led a Logan square Baptist church has resigned after telling the congregation that he sexually abused underage female relatives when he was a teenager sixty eight year old Charles Lyons told the Tribune today that he left his role at Armitage Baptist church in July the paper reports family members of the victim contacted the church in April twenty eighteen and the pastoral team launched a formal inquire into the matter we send out emails each morning with links to all the top stories sign up now it WBBM newsradio dot com you'll find the link on the upper left hand corner of the home page WBBM news time eleven await traffic and weather together on the aids as we say good evening to kneel fear read only being Roger mainly a good story the ins expressway looks good on his side in ninety minute drive out of my mantras to lake cook it's also the same coming in the Kennedys out bad twenty minutes to and from the bigger poor with though here extension lays that's I one ninety on the Eisenhower expect we're road either way sixteen to Mannheim and twenty nine out to route three ninety what's the same coming in the Stevenson expressway is fine a twenty minute drive to the tri state just a half hour to three fifty five thirty minutes coming in from three fifty five the lake shore drive I fifty five two well county that's pretty decent on the Dan Ryan you're clear fifteen on either side between downtown and ninety fifth all on I fifty seven overnight construction from the tristate two hundred forty seven we're looking at the left lane blocked seventeen minutes from the ride out to eighty this report on the way out of the way before a hundred eleven to seventeen minutes from the right AT that before his fifteen in lake shore drive is will be pretty well either way on the tollway is nice and quiet on the tri state which is two ninety four also the Jane Adams is movie well so is the Reagan tollway the veterans route fifty three all clear as well looking at three ninety that moves along fine AT spawn a delay at U. S. thirty that's road work in the two left lanes the roads in northwest Indiana look pretty good if you tune in late for this report now there's no more waiting just update the radio dot com app and you'll be able to rewind and listen back right away just like a TV DVR plus updates every ten minutes on newsradio seven eighty one of five put out a phone WBBM accu weather forecasts late tonight and overnight blustery in much colder some sleet and snow showers are likely near the lake but mostly snow will occur in Chicago's northern and western suburbs as well as in southeast Wisconsin watch out for slip respond to low of twenty four tomorrow a couple of snow showers early south of the city and in northwest Indiana accumulating a coating to an inch and causing slick travel otherwise partly sunny breezy but much colder a high of only thirty three the average high is fifty three tonight clear and very cold the low seventeen right now at here thirty in Rockford twenty nine along the lake front thirty three degrees WBBM news time eleven ten a Chicago woman is hosting a first of its kind support group for victims of workplace harassment and bullying after she says it happened to her while working in government have been a really rough our three year Elena Hampton was working for the Illinois Democratic Party when she came forward about sexual harassment she's since filed a federal lawsuit alleging a cover up now she so she got me to meet up for other victims of workplace harassment.
Illinois House committee advances long-stalled abortion rights measure
"State house committee approved a Bill beefing up abortion rights in Illinois that story from WBZ's Bob Conway meeting in an unusual Sunday night session. The appropriations committee approved an amendment to an abortion rights Bill, repealing the state's current abortion law, and replacing it with a new one that removes measures involving spousal consent waiting periods criminal penalties for doctors and other restrictions was approved on a party line vote ahead of the Eleanor use as a new laws needed because the court cases that could erode Roe v. Wade full house may vote on the Bill
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"Bob Conway, these are the top stories on NewsRadio WB VM, no repeat performance for Wyndham bar, the attorney general decides he won't testify before the House Judiciary committee more from CBS vigil last night at a North Carolina university for the victims of a fatal campus shooting this week and even though Illinois voters change governors and the current governors posing five percent funding increase for state. Universities WB 'em sports Cup shutout Seattle eleven nothing White Sox and Baltimore's split a double header leave some clouds and some fog this morning forty-one rain later on it's four thirty one CBS news update lawmakers on the Senate Judiciary committee. Let William bar. Stop them. Chairman Jerry Nadler says they'll be in place for his testimony anyway committee will convene at nine o'clock as planned my colleagues be present. I hope expect that the attorney general think overnight and will be there as well after yesterday's appearance in the house bar pulled out over terms of today's questioning correspondent Nancy Cortes. They're going to discuss amongst themselves whether to pursue contempt of congress citation, basically, what the Democrats try to do here with flex their muscles. And force the attorney general to come before the House Judiciary committee an answer questions. Not just from judiciary committee members. But from staff experts as well Senate Democrats dug in yesterday over bars interpretation of the Muller report. President Trump tells FOX business news he performed incredibly well CBS news update. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. WBZ news time four thirty two. Vigil was held last night at a North Carolina. Versity in downtown Charlotte for the victims of fatal shooting and a campus classroom, preparing for finals shootings paid respects to the two people killed when a gunman opened fire Tuesday, killing two and wounding four many students were green tea shirts with various logos representing the school, and it sports nickname the forty Niners. The gunman is in police custody judged with murder. Even though Illinois voters change governors and the current one as proposed to five percent funding increase for the states. Universities. The presidents of those schools are worried president Larry dates does not have fond memories of the two year. Budget impasse? Don't send us back. We unfortunately have done cuts on our campuses. But we see a brighter future in that brighter futures really through some additional funding and some reinvestment in higher education. We can't have another time when we've had a crisis of confidence and the parents of the students who come to our institutions by going through another cut so stairs statehouse. News conference said investment in higher education pays off at the annoy capital. Dave doll, NewsRadio one zero five point nine FM. Illinois senators voted along party lines yesterday to advance the proposed constitutional amendment to allow graduated income tax state. Senator done Harmon democrat says the state's current flat tax does not benefit middle class taxpayers. Subjects the middle class to the same tax treatment as the highest earning individuals in the state, if you're saying the flat tax is a good idea. You are protecting the Uber rich. Meantime, Republicans note the top rate for joint filers earning a million dollars and individuals. Earning seven hundred fifty thousand is four one hundreds of percentage point higher than the governor's. First suggestion Lee proposal to raise the tax only on those making more than two hundred fifty thousand dollars now goes to the Eleanor house lawmakers lawsuits that is have been filed in Illinois and Wisconsin in an effort to let some criminals change their names lawsuits filed in cook and Kenosha counties alleged first amendment violations. People. Convicted of certain crimes in Illinois. And Wisconsin can't change their names or have to delay changing it, even if they are transgender, and they are suing claiming there ridiculed when showing ID's with names that don't reflect how they identify themselves. The plaintiff in the Wisconsin cases, a registered sex offender. But claims this is not an attempt to hide from the crime. Cisco Koto NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM about two hundred Paul students held a rally yesterday against a professor they say is made them feel unsafe because of post political views on Palestinians. Professor Jason hill wrote an article for non line conservative publication that said with regard to Palestinians only policy of radical containment or expulsion remains of viable option. Reema Rustam a Palestinian was a depaul junior says the university should take action against the professor.
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"I'm Bob Conway. These are the top stories on NewsRadio WBZ, President Trump rails against Democrats in his first rally since the Muller reports released latest from CBS a Mexican officials says the migration crisis at the border with and Guatemala seems to be getting worse. And a Texas death row. Inmate wins a stay of execution from the supreme court on religious grounds. In sports. Blackhawks beat San Jose five four last night. Baseball opening day cubs clobbered, the Rangers twelve four White Sox lost Kansas City, five three NC double A tournament action last night winners Gonzaga, an Texas Tech Purdue and Virginia CBS news updates. Delusion. Delusion is over President Trump was fired up at his first post mother report rally, he spoke to a cheering crowd in Grand Rapids. Michigan last night's was nothing more than a sinister effort to undermine our historic election victory. I just sabotage the will of the American people president zeroed in on the house intelligence committee chair calling him pencil neck, Adam Schiff Schiff is refusing Republican calls to step down and Democrats say they may subpoena. The entire Muller reports if attorney general William bar doesn't release it by Tuesday. House speaker Nancy Pelosi, we do not need your interpretation. So let's report, and we can draw our own conclude. Loses. We don't need you interpreting for us was condescending it was arrogant. And it wasn't the right thing to do. CBS? News update. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. WBZ news time four thirty to a Mexican official says the migration crisis at the border with Guatemala is getting worse could see nine hundred thousand central Americans passing through on route to the US this year, including criminals, trafficking, people and human organs. According to Mexico's minister of government. Daniel.
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"I'm Bob Conway lease out of the top stories on NewsRadio WBZ B M R. Kelly says the charges he's facing in. Chicago are all lies latest coming up from CBS. A southside club is ordered to shut down after six people were shot there last weekend and construction on the burn interchange slowly proceeding. Also, there's an epidemic of horses dying at a California racetrack sports Indiana beat the bulls one zero five to ninety six business news markets lower with the Dow off about thirteen points, fair skies. Now, twelve degrees. It's eleven thirty one CBS news special report, it sure to be an interview everyone will. Will be talking about CBS this morning co host Gayle king traveled to Chicago to sit down with Rb superstar R Kelly. It's been just over a week since he was charged with sexually abusing women to that. He says. I didn't do this stuff. Not me. Kelly says he beat the charges before talking about the one case in which you were acquitted. I'm talking about the other cases, where women have come forward said are Kelly had sex with me when I was under the age of eighteen R Kelly was abusive to me, emotionally, and physically and verbally. Okay. R Kelly took me in a black room where unspeakable things happen. This is what they're saying about. These are old rumor schrool, whether they're all boomers new boom. Why would you? Natural the full interview tomorrow on CBS this morning CBS news special report. I'm Matt piper, Debbie WBZ news time eleven thirty two. President Trump has declared a major disaster exists in Alabama and ordered federal aid you supplement state and local recovery efforts and Lee county where the weekend tornado killed at least twenty three people a retired nurse who worked at rush oak park hospital. For almost thirty years is heading there to help the victims. Terry Walsh is one of five local Red Cross volunteers being deployed this week. She admits she's anxious to assist in the recovery. Efforts deployed on site anyplace before. So I am anxious to see you know, how the whole operation works. Wall says given our nursing background, she'll probably work inside a shelter. Chicago police superintendent Eddie Johnson is issued a number. Urgency close order for a privates outside club. That was the scene of a shooting left. Six people seriously wounded over the weekend, the shooting happened inside the lounge on the twenty nine hundred block of east seventy ninth street early Sunday police immediately launched an investigation into the club, including possible gang ties all six people were shot are expected to survive. Last report no arrests had been made the department of transportation is hosting an open house Thursday evening on the much delayed reconstruction of the Jane Byrne, enter Jane four hundred thousand motorists each weekday use the interchange. Reconstruction was supposed to be done later..
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"I'm Bob Conway. We do have freezing drizzle now being reported at O'Hare twenty five degrees. Current pitcher. Freezing drizzle in spots overnight as well low twenty three and then tomorrow after the preset moves out it'll be cloudy breezy in the afternoon. A high tomorrow thirty five five day forecast ahead. Our top local story on NewsRadio WBZ beyond the man accused of trying to force his way into the FBI is rolling meadows office last month after making threats to quote, kill Americans being held without bail. The daily herald reports thirty four year old Matthew Berger faces a charge of threatening to assault and murder federal law enforcement officers in connection with the incident that occurred December seventeenth burger also faces two counts of transmitting a threat stemming from phone calls already say he made to federal law enforcement agencies lawyers for convicted police officer, Jason Van Dyke are seeking leniency when. Their client is sentenced to later this week in connection with his conviction. Leila Kwan McDonald shooting WBZ B M's Keith Johnson reports Jason Van Dyke was convicted last year of second degree murder in the shooting death of seventeen year old the quantum McDonald after he refused orders to drop a knife. So mixed roots. Advantix would be eligible for up to his much is ninety six years in prison. When he is sentenced meantime, his attorneys have asked the judge to sit his probation arguing Van Dyke as no criminal history and would face danger in prison, Keith Johnson. Newsradio one zero five point nine FM. L annoys new governor Jay Pritzker took the oath of office in Springfield this afternoon. And along with taking the reins of government of constitutional officers were also their political editor Craig Delamore filed. This report..
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"Time, twelve thirty. Good morning. Bob Conway, these are the top stories on NewsRadio WB B M. It's the last day of the year and the tense day of the partial government shutdown more from CBS coming up a happy reunion between the loss dog and its owners in lull, Indiana. And when the weather's urines called, it's important to stay warm and sound warmed up a DVD. Am sports bears. Beat the Vikings twenty four ten Minnesota. They'll host the eagles in the first round of the playoffs next Sunday afternoon at three forty the bulls lost to the rafters ninety five to eighty nine. It's partly cloudy now and thirty two degrees. News update the year might be ending when the ball drops in less than a day. But the partial government shutdown is not still caught up in a budget battle power play over border wall funding, here's correspondent Barney, President Trump is digging in his heels holding fun, and pointing a lot of blame while privately it appears that he has not even been in regular contact with the democratic leadership, but he has been in contact with friendly Republican Senator Lindsey Graham had him over for Sunday meal at the White House. I don't say Democrats giving us more money unless they get something. So the one thing we talked about as making deals now. There's a lot of distrust in town, and I guess you can blame both sides for that. But after lodge, I'm never been more encouraged, if we can get people talking we can find our way out of this myth, which of course, is messy as for the hundreds of thousands of federal workers on furlough or minus timely paychecks. CBS news update on Tom Foty, dabid, you BBN news time twelve. Thirty two a joyous reunion. This weekend is involved a loss dog and its owners it happened in Lowell Indiana some tense moments over the last twenty four hours after a pet husky run away from its owners after a car crash. It happened on is sixty five near the exit to US thirty the owners posted a picture of the dog on Facebook the next morning. Someone called police in spotted dog trotting along the highway start to run south in the northbound lane master trooper Dwayne Halliburton says the husky running away from him. So he called the dubs owners who quickly came from whiting doll. What I asked to do. I was dry right behind it. Wondering long? Lamp and start running in the middle of rant and owner was right there. And I have blocked off traffic and the dog ran.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg leaves hospital after cancer surgery
"When he heard of Bill Daley's campaign proposal to rename the southside expressway that's been named for Ryan's grandfather. For the last fifty six years daily, who's running for mayor told W B B M Y. Feels the roadway should be named after the forty fourth president. Barack Obama is the first president from Chicago. I African American president in the history of our country someone who spent a large chunk of his and obviously Michelle's life on the south side of Chicago Ryan says he's a fan of Obama. But tells the paper you don't change something just to change. It a section of I fifty five south of ninety four was named after Obama earlier this year, anti hardy NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. The Cook County sheriff's office says it will stop hosting a regional gang database early next year the database was once hosted by the Lake County high intensity drug trafficking area since that's an initiative not an agency it's not authorized under the law to maintain. It. The Cook County sheriff's office took it over six years ago. It's labor intensive and the sheriff's office says it no longer has the capacity or desire to maintain it numerous police agencies use the database and the Gary police department tells the northwest. Indiana times it will be a loss. If another agency isn't founded takeover, Mike Crausser, NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. New research finds that while Chicago's considered to be a bicycle friendly city. There's a noticeable difference between the number of male and female writers. The census bureau survey found that amongst call go bike commuters about thirty percent are women percentages actually fallen slightly in the last ten years. Cycling advocates cited a number of possible reasons, why fewer women ride women are more likely to ride lanes protected from traffic harassment physical and verbal is also a problem and other issue that keeps women from by commuting may be women. Feel more pressure to look professional when they arrive at their destinations. Bob Conway, NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. Beatles fans have something to celebrate.
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"I'm Bob Conway. These are the top stories on NewsRadio WBZ M, President Trump. And the first lady went to Capitol Hill is evening to pay their respects to the late president, George H W Bush more from CBS Chicago police have arrested a person of interest in a series of fatal stabbings on the west side and day two of Hanukkah had special meaning at a Skokie. Hebrew, school WBZ sports. This is George Osborne. The bulls have a new coach assistant Jim Boylan replaces the fired. Fred hoiberg. Depaul beat Florida sixty five to fifty the eagles over the Redskins twenty eight thirteen and in business markets higher today. The Dow was up two hundred eighty eight points cloudy now, thirty degrees. It's ten thirty one. CBS news special report, the long goodbye to former president George H W Bush has shifted from Texas to Washington the nation's forty first president is now lying in state in the nation's capital. Sad moment in history that I really feel. His vice President Mike Pence spoke at a ceremony in the rotunda, President Bush was a great leader. Who made a great difference in the life of this nation? But he was also. Just a good, man. CBS Eto key former President, George W Bush, his son the presidential biographer, Jon Meacham, the former Republican center from owning Alan Simpson and former Canadian Prime Minister, Brian Mulroney will be the four people eulogized the former president and the former first lady the daughter in law, Laura Bush, plus his granddaughter, Jennifer Bush Hager are expected to give readings the state funeral is Wednesday. CBS news special report. I'm Matt piper. WBZ news time ten thirty two. Chicago police have arrested a person of interest in a series of fatal stabbings on the west side. WBZ M's Michelle yori with details. The man in custody is twenty four years old at this point police aren't saying whether he knew the victims or if they were randomly targeted what they are saying is that there are similarities in all three cases the victims were each stabbed multiple times. All three were middle aged and all three homicides happened within blocks of Roosevelt road in Helmand square the crimes discovered between November thirteenth and November. Twentieth. Michelle Fiore, NewsRadio one five point nine.
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"I'm Bob Conway. These are the top stories on NewsRadio WBZ and President Trump indicates. He might pardon his former campaign manager, Paul Manafort and Illinois lawmaker apologizes for some strong comments made in the legislature and a proposal to raise the legal smoking age. Twenty one fails in Springfield, four lashes, Rick Greg just gone final. Northwestern beat Georgia Tech sixty seven sixty one depaul won northern UFC lost Milwaukee beat the bulls by three WBZ news time, ten thirty one. And this CBS news update. President Trump did another newspaper interview this week. And in it, he said, he is not ruling out pardoning his former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, correspondent Paula Reid with more on Mr. Trump's. Sit down with the New York Post in the Oval Office today for the courses investigation. And the president has repeatedly been asked about his former campaign chairman, and he has done two things. One is trying to distance himself trying to diminish the scope and length of of their relationship, but he's also trying to promote sympathy for metaphor suggesting that he is a victim of this witch-hunt are politically motivated investigation. All of this suggested that it was possible that Manafort would potentially get a pardon. But here you have the president in very publicly saying, but he hasn't closed the door on this possibility metaphor, it's already been convicted on eight counts of fraud as a result of special counsel, Robert Muller's investigation into Russian election meddling in any ties to Trump associates. He reached a plea deal to avoid another trial. CBS news update. I'm Matt piper. Dabble db M News time ten thirty to the Illinois house today took the rare step of erasing from the record comments made during floor debate. The house voted unanimously to expunge a statement made a day earlier by democratic Representative Stephanie Kiffa wit which appeared to threaten the family of Republican Representative Peter Breen of Lombard WBZ B M. Reporter Dave doll has more from the capital. The subject was the dollar damage awards for families who sued the state over debts at the Quincy veterans home. Now Representative Stephanie Kippur has apologized, and then I filed a motion to expunge from the house record the comments that were personally directed to Representative bring repetitive. Peter Breen with reporters later. I'm less interested in worrying about her apology to me personally. But really the issue is are we going to accept this kind of conduct brain lost his reelection bid. Now, what a way to exit the legislature the Eleanor capital. They've doll NewsRadio one point. Nine FM also in Springfield proposed ban on tobacco sales in Illinois to those under the age of twenty one failed in the house voting sixty two to forty five Wednesday to override governor. Rauner his veto of the measure which needed seventy one votes to pass the legislation backed by health advocates would set a minimum age of twenty one to buy cigarettes cigars snuff and chew nicotine based products such as e cigarettes and vaping materials. Opponents argue that eighteen year olds can vote and serve in the military. So they should be able to decide for themselves. Whether they want to smoke police say four children are among six people whose bodies were recovered from the rubble of a burned home in northern Indiana. State police say the victims of the fire outside Logan's port included, a twenty five year old woman and her three children, two daughters, ages three and one. At a three month old, son. The other victims a forty two year old man and his ten year old daughter. Share of Randy prior says two deputies who responded to an emergency. Call were unable to get inside the house that was blazing away attempted to gain enter into the second story of the home. They were pushed back by smoking for him. So. Pretty much fuller and golf when they got there about six or seven minutes after they received a call fire was reported early this morning at that home about seventy miles north of Indianapolis. The Thompson center in downtown Chicago may be off the market and Preservationists pleased going around her appeared eager to sell the loop building to a buyer who would build a skyscraper in its place, but development plans on hold now is state officials no longer think Illinois would receive the estimated three hundred million dollars from the sale. This is good news for Preservationists who want to silence. Any talk of demolition, the director of advocacy for landmarks, Illinois until she's been trying to reach governor elected. Jay pritzker. It's not known what he wants to do with the site..
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"Morning. I'm Bob Conway. These are the top stories on NewsRadio WBZ M in a matter of hours voters will head to the polls to decide which party Republicans or Democrats will win control of congress. More from CBS coming up, a convicted serial killer from Illinois imprisoned at San Quentin prison and founded dead in his cell and the trial of free Chicago police officers charged with covering up the bond McDonald shooting. We'll go forward later this month in sports bulls over the Knicks in double overtime, one sixteen to one fifteen titans. Top the Cowboys twenty eight fourteen and Monday night, football and business. News overseas. Asian markets mixed. CBS news updates last minute campaigning. President Trump on the stump for the Republican challenger to democrat Claire mccaskill Senate seat in Missouri. Josh Holly is an amazing. Raising fighter we need to keep this job is boom going we need to keep our country going the way it is former President Obama campaigning for democratic candidates and voicing optimism. His party can regain control of the house. Maybe even the Senate feel hopeful you guys make me feel what for it is significant that Mr. Trump has spent all his campaigning for Senate candidates. Not those running for congress CBS news correspondent at O'Keefe laser focused on padding the Republican majority in the Senate, and as long that happens on Tuesday night, he's going to be happy because it makes it easier to confirm cabinet secretaries and federal judges, and the block democratic legislative priorities that might be coming out of the house. It's voting day. CBS news update. I'm Jim Taylor. WBZ news time three thirty two. This word convicted serial killer, Andrew early olice, fifty four dead whose death sentence for killing three women in the Chicago area was commuted in twenty eleven by former governor George Ryan was found dead in San Quentin prison death row on Friday early Alice was on death row in Illinois for seven years for killing for young women, and Illinois and Indiana after the former governor commuted his sentence. He was extradited to California later sentenced to death for the murders of five other women in California between nineteen eighty eight hundred nineteen ninety-five while stationed at various US Marine Corps facilities prison officials at San Quentin have given no further information about early Alice death, the trial of free Chicago police officer is charged. With covering up the Liqun. Mcdonald's shooting will go forward as scheduled later this month. I judge denied defense attorney's motion to dismiss the charges. So the trial is expected to begin on November twenty sixth warmer detective David March officer Joseph Walsh up, sir. Thomas Gaffney are charged an alleged conspiracy to cover up Jason Van Dyke. The night he shot and killed seventeen year old Lakewood McDonnell, prosecutors said they officers claimed in their reports that MacDonald had assaulted officer Van Dyke but dash Cam video showed otherwise a jury agreed and convicted Van Dyke of second degree murder and sixteen counts. The banker rated battery Lisa fielding NewsRadio. One point nine FM community groups tried but failed yesterday to get a.
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"Good morning for Bob Conway. I'm Jim Gladys currently in Chicago under mostly cloudy skies. Forty six at O'Hare AccuWeather says we're going to head down to a partly cloudy low of forty three this morning. We'll have the complete WBZ AccuWeather five day forecast. Coming up in just a few minutes. Our top local story on NewsRadio WBZ 'em police now say they are searching for an SUV that was used in the deadly shooting of a restaurant owner on the northwest side, Thursday morning, police say forty six year old Peter rim was riding in a westbound vehicle on the forty one hundred block of west diversity. When a Nissan rogue pulled up and someone inside fired several shots. The Nissan had tinted windows. It was missing a front Illinois license plate remained three establishments in the north, west suburbs. People of various faiths gathered outside a temple in Skokie. To remember the eleven people killed inside the tree of life synagogue in Pittsburgh and rally against hate the story from WBZ M's, Nancy hardy Joyce Feinberg seventy five. Remember, you Richard Godfried the synagogue victims were remembered at Skokie stands together against hates Reverend Michael. Neighbors of Evanston. Second Baptist church. Reminded the crowd white supremacists. Also, targeted black congregants in Charleston church in two thousand fifteen they wound up being killed because of the hatred that seems to be growing in our nation. It is a hatred that knows no color interface educator, hind Machi says people in the Muslim community understand and sympathize. It is you today yesterday, and it could be our neighbors tomorrow, Dan, ENC hardy, NewsRadio one zero five point nine FM Lula. Quantum McDonald case did not end with second degree murder conviction of the former Chicago police officer who killed him with former Chicago cop Jason Van Dyke in prison for killing McDonald. It's court time for three current and former Chicago cops who are accused of trying to help cover up to McDonald's shooting. A Cook County judge will allow cameras in the courtroom for the trial of offers Thomas Gaffney forty detective Donald. March next Cobb Joseph watts they conspiracy official misconduct and obstruction of Justice. Keith johnson. He's radio what oh five point nine FM, the democratic and Republican candidates for Illinois attorney general we're asked to assess their party's top leaders as the two AG candidates met for their only televised debate to moderator Carol marine of WTT w Chicago tonight with Republican Erica herald than democrat Kwami role. Here are some excerpts senators speaker Madigan done a good job. I think it's a mixed bag eight Senator role talked about working with Madigan on voting rights protections. There's also been a lot of impasse in Springfield at. I believe. Has been unnecessary. This Harold has governor Rauner done a good job. I think there are reforms that he wanted to see effects that were ultimately not able to be passed and later Carol marine pressed further any minuses. I think that everyone was frustrated by the budget impasse. Steve Miller, News Radio on one zero five point nine. FM? Reminder. We have links for news tips and comments at WBZ, NewsRadio dot com or follow us on Facebook, WBZ, NewsRadio and feel free to send us a note. WBZ news time for.
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"I'm Bob Conway skies affair temperatures, forty five degrees. Accuweather says thirty two in the cooler suburbs. Overnight not forty at the lakefront, partly sunny. Milder tomorrow, high close to sixty degrees five day forecast. Coming up our top local story on NewsRadio. W B B M A wanna cast your November. Ballot. Early voting starts tomorrow. Early. Voting will take place through November fifth. There are fifty to early voting sites around Cook County, including the displays public library Niles village hall in Orage, the Cook County courthouse in Skokie and the county building downtown on west Washington. The Cook County clerk's office is now providing a link for voters to see what the wait times are at each early voting location. The link analyst of all early voting sites and hours can be found on our website WBZ, NewsRadio dot com. Lisa fielding NewsRadio. On one zero five point nine FM, really activists and family members of increase the rewards at ten thousand dollars for information about last month's shooting death of green party activist Alberto bocanegra Sergio angel bocanegra says someone knows something about his brother's murder. And it's time for them to come forward. There's always fought the good fight and. Even died for it. He was always looking out for the neighbors. He was always looking for whoever needed help you always stood up against injustice. She called the police say the thirty nine year old cancer survivor could fronted the driver of hit and run your seventy six and everhart the morning of September twenty fifth was shot and killed following an argument, no arrests have been made on the south side anti Dan, NewsRadio one zero five point nine FM. A report from investigators reveals new details of a standoff at Dell nor hospital in Geneva last year in which a jail in may two nurses hostage before being shot and killed lia's report obtained by the beacon news is a summary of state police investigations and says twenty one year old Chicago and Taiwan. Saulters overpowered a guard and stole his gun. Then forest nerves to disrobe and -ducted another nurse. Instead he and one of the nurses may both be leaving him bodybags. The report also says. Salters negotiated with police over the phone and called family members holding a gun to a nurse's head while he did a video chat with family members.
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"Good evening. I'm Bob Conway. We partly cloudy skies. Fifty three degrees. Now AccuWeather says down to fifty chance of a shower passing through overnight. Then cloudy tomorrow the couple of showers around and a high of sixty five degrees. Tomorrow five day forecast. Coming up our top local story on NewsRadio WBZ B. M jury deliberations will resume the Jason Van Dyke trial in the morning after jury deliberations wrapped up for this day to jurors alternates were dismissed from the trial told reporters, they would both have voted to convict Van Dyke of murder the shooting death of Lochlann Donald WBZ B M's Bob Roberts with this report. Judge Vincent gone listened to row away in the jury. Box is the alternates. A man and a woman both said they had been leaning toward conviction the male juror on the first degree charge. He said he did not see evidence of quantum McDonald threatened Van Dyke with his night, while the woman said she on the quantity a respectable team based on testimony from a detainee both said they perceived the defense of wanting to put on trial. It should also be noted that Van Dyke was late getting back to the courtroom at the end of the day, telling the judge his daughter had been threatened at school and outrace gone said if there is no documentation, he will reopen discussion about revoking then dykes pale. Bob Roberts NewsRadio. What oh five point nine FM. Chicago police say a safe passage worker was hospitalized in serious condition today after being shot near the CT a central L station on the green line the Ellington elementary school in the Austin neighborhood details WBZ B M Steve Miller. Police spokesman. Thomas Ahern says the shooting happened near central in Corcoran, a safe passage worker was shot once in the back in serious condition. Right now are Royal hospital. He's in his early twenties. A Hearn says there were multiple shots fired by someone who stepped out of a vehicle he says the shots were intended for someone else and hit the safe passage worker. Instead, a Hearn says, no one is in custody. A CPS spokesperson says we are grateful that the injuries were non-life-threatening. We are thankful that no students were in the area when this occurred, and we're sending a crisis team to support the school community. Steve Miller, News Radio one one or five point nine FM, Javadi WBZ, John.
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"I'm Bob Conway. These are the top stories on NewsRadio WBZ B M. President Trump tells the FBI to broaden its investigation of sexual misconduct allegations against brecca cavenaugh latest from CBS coming up. A former Aurora man is sentenced to sixteen years in prison for sexually assaulting four. Children and Illinois Senator dick Durbin says several area hospitals of formed a partnership to help reduce violence and improve residence health. WBZ sports rose beat the cubs. Three to one play the Rockies tonight item wildcard game Wrigley field. Monday night football. Chiefs up the Broncos twenty seven to twenty three CBS news update. President Trump takes swipe at Democrats. It's over the sexual misconduct investigation into his supreme court nominee take a lot longer with the FBI the FBI they should take by the way, if we took ten years what more time the president at a rally in Tennessee after green lighting an expanded probe into Brett Kavanagh's past CBS's. Paula reed. They're looking at any witnesses who can provide context for that time. For example, anyone who maybe drove Dr Ford party or drove her home right now. The White House has said they can interview anyone they think they need to to get the job done as long as they do it by Friday yesterday. Investigators spoke to Kavanagh's prep school classmate Mark charge. He said previously. He doesn't remember a party where Christine Blasi Ford alleges. She was sexually assaulted Republicans say they're ready to move forward with a vote on cavenaugh South Carolina's Lindsey Graham. There's.
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"Bob Conway, these are the top stories on NewsRadio WBZ B M lawyer for the woman accusing supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh the sexual assault says her client won't testify publicly without an FBI investigation. I more from CBS coming up Lee McHenry county board as expected as voted to reduce the number of board members and Illinois state police anticipate criminal charges against the driver of a car that struck and killed a construction worker last week on the tri-state WBZ sports cubs over the Diamondbacks nine one White Sox. Lost to the Indians five three and business. Markets overseas in Asia, generally higher. It's sixty six degrees. Three thirty one CBS news update. Christine blassie Ford. California professor claiming supreme court nominee Brad Kavanagh sexually assaulted her. More than thirty five years ago has asked for a full investigation by the FBI before she attends any congressional hearing indoor accusations that word came in a letter to judiciary committee, chairman Chuck Grassley from attorney Lisa banks who said this on CNN will cooperate with the committee in whatever form that takes. And it remains to be seen. We have to talk with Senator Grassley office in the other committee members to determine what form that will take correspondent Nancy Cortez with more on Blasi private citizen until forty eight hours ago. She has never testified on Capitol Hill. She is someone who sort of being rushed is it's world in her Hugh and she wants an independent arbiter. Did they think we look at the claims and say, yes, he found she's got quite ability before she has to go before these Senator CBS news update. I'm Matt piper. WBZ news time three thirty two. Downsizing in store for the McHenry county board, reducing the number of board members in twenty four to eighteen the original compromise measure did not specify one two or three member districts, but a last minute amendments set the number of members at three per district eighteen total despite some hand wringing the amended measure passed nineteen to three pleasing board chairman, Jack Franks, and I wanted to show that working together we could accomplish things I talked about the bipartisanship, you're democrat. There's twenty three Republicans and one other democrat on the board, and we've got term limits past there with the voters are gonna have to do it. We're gonna get to reduce the size of the board. The change won't take a till twenty twenty two after the next census. Bob Roberts, News Radio on what I'll five point nine FM. Criminal charges are expected soon against the driver.
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"I'm Bob Conway, fair skies right now, seventy one degrees. Current temperature. It'll be mostly sunny. Unseasonably warm and humid today levintv, eighty eight degrees this afternoon well above the normal of seventy five and the five day forecast in a few minutes. Our top local story on NewsRadio WBZ B M criminal court. Judge Vincent gone is expected to announce today whether he'll go along with a request from the defense and the Jason Van Dyke murder trial to move the trial out of Cook County does CBS choose via win has more on this aspect of the case defense believes Van Dyke. Cannot get a fair trial in county given the amount of attention. This case has received last week. The defense told the judge Van Dyke is moving forward with a jury trial chess yesterday several community groups held a rally for. Macdonald protesters demand Justice and say, they're not happy with the racial makeup of the jury seven of the jurors selected are white three or Hispanic one is Asian American and one is African American Van Dyke is the First Chicago police officer in decades to be charged with murder as the result of an on-duty fatal shooting a suburban Chicago police sergeant and a second man have been charged with robbing to area gas stations at gunpoint Rosemont police sergeant Edward Karras. And right aloft. Lynn Chicago has been charged with armed robbery men were arrested last week after they were spotted in a vehicle similar to the one used by the suspects in a robbery the day before at a gas station in park ridge police saw that they looked similar to the suspects. Police say a Laughlin allegedly robbed the store at gunpoint wild Carris, drove a getaway vehicle. They're also accused robbing a gas station in Norwich a California, man. And a convicted felon being held without bond for allegedly firing onto Cicero police officers during a traffic.
Drake's Biggest Fan Gets Her Second Wish Granted—a Heart Transplant
"Lee eleven-year-old downers grove girl. Who's been waiting for a, new a, heart for eight weeks. Underwent surgery at Lurie children's hospital today Dr Karl backer the surgeon who gave the child her a new heart says Sofia's breathing tube will probably be taken out tomorrow or Wednesday. What she has reading about those, she, has, some trainers to. It'll come out probably traded five days and then. The our transplant cardiology group will get her stabilized on her anti-rejection meta Sofia had two birthday. Wishes to meet the rapper Drake which he did last week and to get a new heart now both have
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"I'm Bob Conway we. Have partly cloudy skies orange aperture warm eighty five degrees humidity pegged at sixty nine percent AccuWeather says for these early morning. Hours in remain warm, and humid, low, in the mid. Seventies in some spots. Then later on today partly sunny breezy hot and humid a high of ninety one degrees five day forecast coming up our top local story on NewsRadio WBZ b. m. governor rounder has vetoed a Bill that would have raised. The minimum salary for an Illinois teacher to four thousand dollars within five years Bill approved by the legislature in the spring would make the minimum teacher salary for next school year, just over thirty two thousand dollars and it would increase after that Governor issued. A statement in his veto, message saying, teachers are a great, asset in ensuring the. Future of our youth and they deserve to be well compensated for their hard work however he says minimum pay legislation neither. The most efficient nor, the most, effective, way do compensate. Teachers the democratic sponsor. Of the bills that he was disappointed by the governor's action after the Vatican's retired ambassador to the US so leveled serious accusations against senior church leadership including cardinal blaze super-rich ahead of the Chicago archdiocese issued a strong response. Retired cardinal Carlo Maria Vigano says both Paul Benedict and pope Francis were aware of allegations that now retired cardinal Theodore McCarrick abused Senate, Arians and says that while Benedict Sanctioned the camera character Francis lifted those sanctions super-rich issued a statement saying Ghana was confused about the sequence of events and called his remarks nothing short. Of, astonishing investigators, continue looking into, the cause of yesterday's fire on the southwest side that claimed the, lives of eight children happened in a coach house in the twenty two hundred block.
Eleven U.S. passengers sue Aeromexico over plane crash
"All five Tuesday, August seventh good morning I'm Bob Conway fair to. Partly cloudy right now seventy one, degrees current temperature AccuWeather says mostly cloudy skies forest today with a couple of showers and a. Thunderstorm mainly this afternoon and this evening we'll hit a high of eighty two and the five day forecast and our top local story on NewsRadio WBZ am Chicago law firm. Will be representing more people who, survived, last week's plane crash in Durango Mexico corboy and dimitrio is now, filing lawsuits behalf of eleven passengers aboard AeroMexico flight twenty four thirty one which crashed. Shortly after takeoff during a heavy thunderstorm the firm which has plenty of. Experience representing passengers in major airline disaster lawsuits says all of the people on this. Flight have the right to know exactly What caused the plane to crash Keith Johnson NewsRadio one zero five point nine FM Chicago public school students are scheduled to go back to class in about. A month and the district grand, up, interest during a back to school fair in east Garfield park yesterday, WB b. m.'s Michelle Fiori was there Jerry Jones was just leaving the back to. School event with her two children as she briefly stopped to say Hello. The weekend violence on the west side has Jones looking over.
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"Oh five Monday, August sixth good evening I'm Bob Conway overcast and seventy six degrees. In Chicago, down to seventy one overnight AccuWeather says then we'll have more clouds than sun tomorrow showers or thunderstorms most likely in the afternoon and evening high tomorrow of eighty-two five day forecast coming up our top local story on NewsRadio WBZ Emma Chicago law firm will be representing more people who, survived, last, week's plane crash in Durango Mexico boy and dimitrio is now. Filing lawsuits behalf of eleven passengers aboard AeroMexico flight twenty four thirty one which crashed shortly after takeoff during a heavy thunderstorm. The firm which has plenty of experience Representing. Passengers in major, airline disaster lawsuits says all the people on this flight have the. Right to, know exactly what caused the plane to crash, Keith Johnson NewsRadio one zero five point nine if Chicago public school students will be returning to class in about a month and the district drummed up, interest during a back to school fair in east Garfield park WBZ Michelle Fiori as Jerry, Jones, was, just leaving the back to school event with her two children, as she briefly stopped to say Hello the weekend violence on the west side has Jones.
Feds miss deadline to reunite all immigrant children under 5 with families
"Wbz news time ten thirty good evening i'm bob conway these are the top stories on newsradio wb and the government scrambling to meet a deadline to reunite immigrant children under five years old separated at the border with their parents more from cbs a cook county commissioner says a forest preserve police officers should be fired for dereliction of duty and aurora police say some team bandits show the need to lock your car wb b m sports this is kevin jackman cubs and giants scoreless middle the fifth inning in san francisco the white sox lose to the cardinals fourteen to two in france belgium one nil to reach the world cup final in business the dow is up one hundred forty three points today nasdaq up three s and p five hundred up by ten we have ten thirty one and now this news update a tuesday deadline imposed by federal judge will soon pass requiring the trump administration to reunite immigrant families who were separated at the border the aclu and the government were back in court today around one hundred children are covered by the court order aclu attorney league alert he did not extend the deadlines knowing everyone should be clear about that but what he did recognize is the reality that some children are not likely to be reunited by today a government attorney says at least fifty four children under the age of five are expected to be reunited with their parents by the deadline cbs news correspondent maria maria on the government bureaucracy involved in dealing with the families so you're talking about the office of refugee resettlement the department of health and human services is as well as border patrol customs and more protection i mean that's five different agencies that i can name off the top of my head they all need to be talking to each other cbs news update on wendy gillette wbz news time ten thirty to cook county commissioner with puerto rican route says a forest preserve a police officer should be fired for dereliction of duty after a videotaped incident involving a man allegedly assaulting a woman for wearing a puerto rican shirts wbz mc miller with the latest on that video taken at the caldwell woods forest preserve by the woman wearing a shirt with a puerto rican flag a sixty two year old man hassles the woman for wearing the shirt he has been charged with assault and disorderly conduct and standing by not stepping in as the harangue goes on a forest preserve police officer that officer is now on desk duty while forest preserve officials investigate cook county commissioner luis arroyo whose family is from puerto rico says this is a case of dereliction of duty i believe that this officer did not do his duty and i will not i will not accept anything else but this officers termination forest preserve officials have apologized and so has county board president toni preckwinkle steve miller newsradio on one or five point nine fm aurora police say some teenage bandits show the need to keep your car unlocked when you're not around to aurora cops were at the fox valley mall when someone approached saying they'd seem to teen boys pulling on car door handles in the jc penney parking lot officer's position themselves to watch the teams and they say they saw one boy enter three cars while the other acted as a lookout the boys were arrested cops say they mostly took loose change but they're both charged with felony burglary police say motorists make sure your car doors are locked and take anything valuable with you cisco koto newsradio on one zero five point nine fm.
Thai cave rescue underway
"Traffic and weather together on the eighth every ten minutes on news radio seven eighty five point nine fm beautiful sunshine in chicago land throughout your day another hot one with a high of ninety two degrees and a little more humidity than yesterday pretty much going to stay in the eighties throughout most of the week no rain in the forecast until friday right now sixty seven degrees at five twenty cbs news special reports a fifth boy rescued from the thai cave cbs news correspondent then tracy is in may side thailand ad has the latest in considerable activity at the cave site within the last hour and a couple of witnesses have said that they have seen a boy on a stretcher be taken out the cave now being treated onsite there this field hospital that they have set up and apparently is soon damore to helicopter that helicopter will take that person to the hospital in chiang rai that hospital in chiang rise where the four other boys are currently being treated they are the ones that were rescued from the cave last night tracy says seven boys in their coach remain trapped in the flooded caves are told that they have added five more divers to this elite team of divers that's going in to try to get these boys out they are doing that because they would like to speed this up they feel like they are racing against time and the weather if we get more heavy rains that could club this cave again cbs news special report i'm vicki barker wbz news time five twenty one a judge in myanmar has ruled that the prosecution of two reuters journalists charged with illegally possessing official information can go to full trial the two reporters have been working on stories about the human rights crisis friends and family raising money on go fund me for the family of the girl who drowned in lake michigan on friday page as a goal of raising ten thousand dollars for funeral expenses for thirteen year old dumber yan torres who died after she and another thirteen year old girl were swept into lake michigan at loyola beach as of late last night for campaign that raised about forty five hundred dollars a vigil for torres will be held at the beach at six this evening beachgoers had been warned friday of life threatening swimming conditions with waves of up to six feet and strong rip currents flowing late into the evening bob conway news radio on one zero five point nine fm and aurora police.
MoviePass starts surge pricing for top flicks, showtimes
"Wbz news time six twenty our top story this hour a trade war between the world's two largest economies officially began this morning with the trump administration imposing tariffs on thirty four billion dollars of chinese products china's foreign ministry says retaliatory tariffs on us goods took effect immediately in response we'll have much more on this story coming up at six thirty one a wrong lady liberty stamp will cost pulsa service big bucks you remember the forever stamp showing the statue of liberty and was issued by the postal service back in twenty eleven turned out it was the wrong statue of liberty not the original one in new york harbor but the slightly different looking and more smaller one in las vegas expensive mistake the vegas sculptor sued for copyright infringement and he's one three and a half million dollar judgment against the postal service tom foty cbs news the waukegan man arrested this week for trying to sell homemade fireworks online has posted bond and is out of jail junko arman off is due back in court next month on a felony charge of unlawful use of an explosive substance and is facing a possible fiveyear prison term police arrested and off on tuesday based on a tip and found him in possession of dozens of devices with the firepower of half sticks of dynamite each with the capability of causing death or serious injury the devices are in police custody pending their disposal bob conway newsradio on one zero five point nine fm packed are planning a weekend march to call for indiana attorney general curtis held resigned amid allegations he inappropriately touched a state lawmaker and three other women organizers say in a facebook posted saturday's march will begin at the indiana statehouse holcomb and gop leaders at the state house called on hill to resign last night the maze runner author james dashnor says he's working on a new book the new project would be the first since dashnor was dropped by publisher three penguin random house over sexual misconduct allegations in february at the time dashnor tweeted and extended apology for his behavior wbz news time six twenty two movie past the subscription based ticketing service has begun surge pricing cbs's hanadova explains charged extra between two and six dollars if you bled to see a movie during a sought after timeslot we'll be pass will indicate which movies are affected by the peak pricing by including a red lightning icon above the specific showtime goers will also be told what a particular showtime does not yet have an added fee but as growing in demand and could have one soon chicago fire defender johan keppelhoff escaped serious injury yesterday after he was involved in a crash he was driving to practice police say a u haul truck struck his volkswagen on harlem enbridge view about a mile from the park the driver of the truck fled the scene and drove onto nearby fiftyfive where the vehicle broke down due to damage from the crash to people then fled on foot one of the suspects tried to jump into the illinois and michigan canal both were taken into custody by police shortly thereafter and the wisconsin supreme court at rule and whether marquette university was within its rights to fire a conservative professor who wrote a blog post criticizing students doctor whom he believed shutdown discussion on gay marriage marquette says john mcadams was not fired for the content of two thousand fourteen post about because he named the instructor and linked her to personally his personal website afterward the instructor received a flood of hateful messages in threats are first smart quays question of the day see if we can get a.
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"Or at least a last chance at the big leagues a former carpet his teacher has been charged with sexually abusing it assaulting two more victims in two thousand sixteen bringing the number of accusers to ten sixty two year old carlos moya of league in the hills was charged with sexual assault and abuse madonna was first arrested a year ago on charges of molesting two six year old students while serving as a substitute teacher at the gulf view elementary school later more children came forward to say also been abused two of the children of pseudo the gulf view principal and district three hundred arguing the district and administration knew or should have known but doria was unfit to be a teacher bob conway newsradio on one zero five point nine fm a thirty year old man was arrested for selling illegal explosive devices in lake county according to the lake county sheriff's department janko arm inaba was using a social media site to allegedly sell the equivalent of half sticks of dynamite after receiving a tip undercover detectives coordinated a purchase of one hundred pieces of the devices from urmanov once they were sold he was arrested lake county sheriff mark kerlin says the homemade fireworks could have resulted in injury or death manab is due in court on july fifth mariam's job newsradio one one zero five point nine fm skating further claims of sexual assault by academy award winning actor reported earlier this year the london's metropolitan police force was probing three serious allegations against the former house of cards star police in britain name suspects until their charge asked about spacey force did not identify him by name but say detectives were investigating allegations of sexual assault alleged to have taken place in london's westminster bar in one thousand nine hundred six and in the western england city of gloucester in two thousand thirteen the force is three other complaints of sexual assaults and one of salt by the same suspects have been.