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"brian hopkins" Discussed on WGN Radio
"100 people were arrested as a result of looting early last Monday. Macy's does not plan to renew its lease and water tower place from Michigan Boulevard after last weekend's looting. Other businesses there are rumored to wanting to close up Alderman Brian Hopkins telling WG insanity of Lantus that it's not just business is heard from a lot of people in the past couple weeks. Who tell me they're moving. I give up on Chicago. I'm moving I got, you know, and I just stated I'm please don't give up on us yet, you know, just stick it out. Let's see. We can turn this around. I have to do that. I'm an alderman. I'm not going anywhere. I'm gonna live here. I have to have some optimism. President Trump has made no secret of his opposition of mail in ballots from the November election. That opposition is only getting stronger. But so, too are the people speaking out against the president and in favor of mailing in the voting ballots for President Barack Obama, accusing the Trump administration of being more concerned with suppressing the vote in suppressing a virus. What we've never seen before, is President say, I'm goingto tryto actively kneecap the Postal Service encouraged voting and I will be explicit about the reason I'm doing it today. The president's arrival Joe Biden tweeting Voting by mail is safe and secure Centers for Disease control With a grim covert prediction and Americans clamoring for test, NBC's Matt government is in the worst hit state of California with more the CDC. With that staggering projection by Labor Day, 200,000 Americans could be lost to the virus. Many places testing still facing challenges. Tracey Seymour waiting 10 hours in Rhode Island, almost.
"brian hopkins" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Than 100 people were arrested as a result of looting. Early last Monday. Macy's does not plan to renew its lease in water tower Place in Michigan Boulevard after last weekend's looting. Other businesses there are rumored to wanting to close up Alderman Brian Hopkins telling W gm standard of Lantus that it's not just business is heard from a lot of people from the past couple weeks. Who tell me they're moving. I give up on Chicago. I'm moving I got, you know, and I just stated I'm please don't give up on us yet, you know, just stick it out. Let's see if we can turn this around. I have to do that. I'm an alderman. I'm not going anywhere. I'm gonna live. Here. I have to have some optimism. President Trump has made no secret of his opposition of man when ballots for the November election that opposition is only getting stronger, But so, too are the people speaking out against the president and in favor of mailing in the voting ballots, former President Barack Obama, accusing the Trump administration of being more concerned with suppressing the vote in suppressing a virus. What we've never seen before, is President say, I'm goingto tryto actively kneecapped the Postal Service encourage voting and I will be explicit about the reason I'm doing it today. The president's arrival Joe Biden tweeting Voting by mail is safe and secure Centers for disease control With a grim covert prediction and Americans clamoring for test, NBC's Matt government is in the worst hit state of California with more the CDC. With that staggering projection by Labor Day, 200,000 Americans could be lost to the virus. In many places, Testing still facing challenges. Tracey Seymour waiting 10 hours in Rhode Island now, almost.
"brian hopkins" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Station. Lot of folks sell down power this morning after those storms came through on Monday. Joe Biden makes his VP pick news Next First your Weather Channel forecast how much awaited clouds Now temperatures are going to roll in rolling up to about 86 this afternoon with lots of sunshine overnight tonight Clear 66 suburbs a little cooler tomorrow and Friday. Mostly sunny carbon copy days, with highs in the upper eighties. 72 at O'Hare 70 midway 69 on the lakefront from the Weather Channel. Meteorologist Race Digit Wools. Amy 90 another update in 30 minutes. This morning, about 200,000 comment. Customers woke up without power they've been without. Since Monday. Those powerful storms that came through at the height of things 800,000 were without power Rich Nygren. Spokesperson for comments as the situation isn't just about down lines and polls, but it's going to require that rebuilding a part of the great got towers that are significantly impacted some towers that are down. We've got entire substations that have been impacted significantly. So this is not a one and done kind of one or two day thing. This is a multi restoration and folks could be without power through even Saturday afternoon cleanup today continues meanwhile, in the city Crews working a rubdown, trees and limbs and e F one tornado was reported in Rogers Park. Total of eight tornadoes were told, hit the Chicago Area seven Northern Illinois one in southern Wisconsin. Chicago Alderman Tony Deal, Brian Hopkins and Ray Lopez have been attacking Mayor Lightfoot's handling the widespread looting that happened Sunday night into Monday morning, Bill Cameron says the mayor's now firing back during.
"brian hopkins" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Crowd from responding to the police presence did have an officer that was made by someone in the crowd. We do have an officer that sustained a shoulder injury. From the incident with the crowd. One of our vehicles the windows were shattered by a break tally wouldn't explain why there was no body cam video of the incident. A civilian office of Police Accountability is investigating. Allen has been charged with attempted murder and is due in bond court today. Monday morning's violence and looting has led to a lot of finger pointing among city officials, Halderman Brian Hopkins, telling W. Tien's Roe, Conn. He's frustrated because he met with Mayor Lightfoot last week to ask about this exact problem. I met with her last week. Specifically to talk about what the plan would be for large crowds downtown. We got no details on that meeting. I continuously pushed for details. I asked about things like training. I asked about things like resource deployment. I asked about things like Central Command didn't get any answers. It didn't sound like there was a plan. Hopkins said. If there was a plan in place, he doesn't think it worked. Chicago activist Jamal Green offered his perspective on the looting, saying there's a bigger picture to consider the looting is happening again. And we can denounce it will tell folks to stop. But we have to really tackle the real problem or is going to continue happening because people are angry and and we're Coben and being in houses, allowing people to really mess that anger and figure out what they're going to do. Green said He doesn't agree with the mayor that looters should face tougher consequences. In the criminal justice system. He believes more policing isn't the answer. Ah, shooting took place right outside of the White House on Monday afternoon. Justus President Trump was speaking to the press. He was quickly ushered out by Secret service and the reporters were placed on a lock down. Or from ABC.
"brian hopkins" Discussed on WTVN
"Weather is powered by the basement Doctor. It's sunshine, now 75 in Clintonville, 77 in your severe weather station news Radio 6 10 W TV, and it's a heavy backup on 70 Easter to 70 this morning on the East side after a semi truck was involved in a head on crash. Causing a fire in that vehicle. Columbus police confirmed the crash was fatal that we're getting 1 70 east will reopen to 70 is the rear Alpher now widespread looting, rioting and violence takes over the streets of downtown Chicago. Chicago's magnificent Mile is a mass with storefronts smashed out and got it by hundreds of looters and widespread rioting and violence. It was just total chaos. The police rapidly lost control, and the numbers of looters just continued to grow. Chicago Alderman Brian Hopkins police, who were overwhelmed and outnumbered opened fire on an armed suspect, who they say shot of them first in one of a couple of clashes between officers and armed suspects, with reported shootings across the city overnight, multiple arrests and today, roads and bridges are shut down to keep people away from downtown Chicago. Jeff Man. Also Fox Noodle Miss Marion Together, talked about the recent spike in gun violence across the city Sunday, ABC Sixes Rodney Dunigan says he spoke to the Congregation of the Word Church of God in Christ in Old Town, East Ginther, calling on the community's help to address the problem. We know we've had a spike in youth violence this summer, and I want to talk to Pastor Parker about ways that we could be working together. To help.
"brian hopkins" Discussed on WGN Radio
"In the neighborhoods, federal partnerships and state's attorney's help the whole people more accountable the mid violent crime he joined W Gs Road con after another day of shootings in the city. Aside from the nearly 40 Children who've been shot and killed in Chicago so far this year, there have been four Chicago police officer shot just over the past week. Second Ward Alderman Brian Hopkins agrees with police superintendent He's calling for more prosecution for violent offenders from Cook County State's attorney Kim Fox's office. From the time you might be arrested, you probably won't be if you are you'll be released on an I bond, and then there won't be any incarceration and there won't be any sentence would be a slap on the wrist if even that, until County Sheriff Tom Dart has also criticized fucks his policy on violent crime as Catch and release. For more than two straight weeks. New daily Statewide cases of the Corona virus have in Illinois have been over 1000 doctor and guns. A A CK is the top health official in the state. She has the numbers 1759 people were newly diagnosed with Cove in 19 for a total of 186,471 cases since yesterday must. Regrettably, 30 additional individuals were reported to have lost their battle with Cove it for a total of 7005. 173 lives lost in the states. Positivity rate is still a relatively low 3.9% but it seemed a slight uptick. Unemployed hotel workers in a caravan of cars circled Trump Tower near Chicago's Wabash Bridge this afternoon. Part of a larger nationwide movement called Unite here. It's Facebook page towns, 300,000 members in the U. S and Canada, although it has less than 50,000 followers.
Local leaders call for Lightfoot to request 3,000 National Guard troops to help patrol Chicago's South and West sides
"Alderman Anthony Beale was joined by near north side alderman Brian Hopkins and southwest side alderman Raymond Lopez and calling for mayor Lightfoot to request three thousand National Guard troops to help patrol the south and west sides the city's nine PM curfew remains in effect governor Pritzker declaring seven Illinois counties a disaster zone and announced two hundred fifty members of the Illinois National Guard and an additional three hundred members of the Illinois state police would be deployed after three hundred seventy five guard members were activated in Chicago over the weekend
Vote Delayed On Mayor’s Proposal To Allow Marijuana Use In Tobacco Shops
"May we don't have much more time here alderman but I want to ask you about one more thing here something coming up for city council to consider now the recreational marijuana is here and may our life it said that there is an urgent need for it to find spots for people to be able to smoke marijuana legally where should it be what should you do this is what counsel's about you're considering it right now yeah the proposal is to allow tobacco shops and a hookah lounges places that exist like that there's actually forty two of them right now in Chicago they're not licensed to allow cannabis to be smoke there but different types of tobacco products are used there they have sent elation systems at cetera the problem is we legalize this and at the same time we say well it's legal to own and legal to consume in your home but if you don't have a home or you can do that for example if you're in an apartment or a condo building or expand you can't smoke in your vehicle you can't smoke on the street you can't smoke in a park you can't smoke in a bar where are you going to be able to smoke this product so we really have an answer that question and this was the mayor's proposal to allow some of these tobacco of facilities to smoke my concern would be that the dispensaries may want to incorporate a smoker's lounge into their operation and that's a problem for me because some of the dispensaries that have been looking in my ward are not generating the type of opposition that you might expect because were promising the neighborhood people just gonna buy it they're they're not gonna use it there once you say well they're gonna have a lounge and it's going to be a big party that changes the dynamics and you start to get a lot more localised opposition so I'm not sure how this is going to play out you can't smoke in your car I didn't I didn't know that you cannot send you can't be on the city streets I know that you you can't be in public yet in a park or anything like that but in your car also not a possibility a similar to alcohol you can transported you need to have it sealed in a container in the trunk of your car not accessible to the driver United usually going outside with the car off outside your house still not okay still can't be smoking it in your vehicle because then the assumption is you're going to finish smoking and drive your vehicle and then you're an impaired driver okay so the push to try to find a legitimate spot for people to be able to do this do you still have some resolution it sounds like it's it's it's we work yeah I actually I I temporarily stepped in due to chair the committee that heard this last week and now I think the votes may have been there at one point but we had different alderman coming and going because there were other meetings going on at the same point in time so it would have been a roll call there would have been no votes I don't know how this plays out we'll have to see who shows up tomorrow and if the mayor's legislative team is able to put together a roll call vote on it will have to see we'll see all right alderman Brian Hopkins thanks for coming by the studio we always like seeing you and hearing what's going on your ward in across the city so thanks for your
Chicago police searching for suspects responsible for 'brutal, strong-armed robberies'
"Chicago police have doubled patrols on the city's near north side they're trying to catch a crew of four to eight suspects have been carrying out brutal strong armed robberies seven since Christmas second ward alderman Brian Hopkins joins WGN's roe Conn he says the detectives have some strong leads we can close to apprehending them at one point when you mentioned we had the vehicle identified it was actually a white jeep are that have been reported stolen in suburban Homer Glen we came close to apprehending them they abandon that vehicle afterwards realizing you know now that was obviously you know a target and now there are in a kia that was stolen from nearby Lockport are just you know Jason to Homer Glen so we know the area that they're getting their stolen vehicles from we know the area that they're finding their victims it's just a matter of time before we catch up with them most of the attacks have happened in the area just east of water tower
"brian hopkins" Discussed on WGN Radio
"On transportation and infrastructure Peter DeFazio Democrat of Oregon after reading through the email says he's confident Boeing concealed information in terms of making a civil case having Boeing plays well just give way to the bank now in some of the emails employees appear to be joking about potential flaws in the seven thirty seven MAX series it remains grounded after two crashes killed hundreds of passengers a coyote it's believed to be the one that attacked the boy in Lincoln Park is undergoing DNA testing at a rehabilitation center animal control officers captured it late Thursday second ward alderman Brian Hopkins to join WG intro kat he was asked about the boy's medical condition he suffered several bites to the head there's about privacy requirements I can't really comment other than what I will say is there is no better place on the planet right now for that child to be then where the child is which is that were you getting the best possible care and you know my my prayers go out to the families as the coyote has an injury that limits its ability to hunt which may have led to the attack on the boy and that's been is moving to Chicago WGN Stieber Tran the sports website is coming to town from New York where it has been embroiled in a long union fight the Tribune says more than twenty writers and editors resigned over the websites direction under private ownership essentially shutting it down so G. old media is moving into Chicago we're Deadspin will share office space with its corporate sister the onion the company says it plans to quickly rebuild staff and re launch the site Stever trend WGN news and I'll WGN's Blackhawks host Anaheim Saturday the pre game with Chris both at seven puck drops at seven thirty with John Wiedeman and Troy Murray on seven twenty WGN hand at WGN radio dot com Pacers beat the bulls one sixteen to one oh five at the United center in college basketball northern Kentucky beat you I see sixty eight fifty two I upbeat.
Chicago coyote captured after 2 suspected attacks reported
"Chicago's animal control may have captured a coyote blamed for attacks on two people including a young boy earlier this week WGN's Judy weighing has the latest second ward alderman Brian Hopkins is tweeting this morning that preliminary indication suggests it is the what he says the city is a waiting DNA test results for confirmation animal control responded to report of an injured chi yo di in the seventeen hundred block of north Dane it captured the animal at about ten fifteen last night after shooting it with the tracklist or dart near willow and Fremont Avenue coyote captured is undergoing evaluation that animal control
"brian hopkins" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Neither one of these have been passed the the the orders from Brian Hopkins nor the one from Brenda Riley but I support both of them because I think packs of motorcycles no disrespect or not trying to bemoan you entirely but I think you're a menace to society and it just it and I don't know if I was a company of stop these guys not so much the guys and pad for gas but the other guys on the tollways are going a hundred ten miles per hour you doing in here until the by you now so I can gradually tunnel in the Merrin on quashing the socialist movement in Logan square but also the two alderman trying to tamp down on packs of motorcycles for two more problem obviously during the summer than this time here coming up next we're losing population we talk about this each and everyday we are certainly it was least one maybe two congressional districts next time around after the census Kimball brace president of election data services is going to give us kind of a lay on the land as to which to wrestle district maybe two are most definitely going away in here that not Portillo's but another outfit called pop pillows is now selling not only hot dogs but pot here in Chicago if you missed it we have a forty coming up in minutes a double the LS WLS traffic at five sixteen the visit easy twenty up to like cook but twenty seven coming back Kennedy twenty minutes out to the airport forty eight on the inbound side as an hour fifty two to the three ninety forty six minutes three ninety on in Stevenson still in our six after three fifty five forty coming back Brian thirty forty ninety fifth eighteen and from ninety fifth we still have that crash outbound on fifty seven at Harlem but outbound on the Ford they've cleared the accident have the steel bridge delays for system from the Ryan next traffic in about fifteen minutes in nineteen eighty pre game at seven thirty is on S. nine five sixteen.
"brian hopkins" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The fight and fighting blindness dot org gun show right here seven twenty W. G. and all right the aldermen one of the other men from downtown there's two alternative gonna work the downtown like front area and only Brian Hopkins is with us and there have been a rash of robberies downtown in the end three to fill buster bill as it's known which is just east of Michigan Avenue is that area of like down here is like share drive and and then parts in word water tower place places like that and at that a number of other VK crimes again it's a Louis Vuitton crime here in just a moment that happened last night which is on Michigan Avenue but before we do that there be a community alert about this and we should for people who are listening to us in that area they should know about this there was there's been a so far it's been identified as a white van number of teens discord your early twenties men and women discord from the van try to take down a lone Walker whether to me walking a dog or to just walking alone and it hit them kick them get on the ground and then still whatever they can't really get back in the band get away that's about right yeah what's unique about this is the are specific geography that this is been happening a very small area not just Streeterville not even just north Streeterville but just a couple of square blocks more Streeterville also they seem to for whatever reason have decided that this particular area is going to be their hunting grounds and they're going after phones and east of of water tower place essentially based water to our place and just west of in a lake shore drive and north of the park on Chicago Avenue meant so Pierson to to Walton there yeah and what all the victims are have in common is they were either on the phone at the time or carrying their phone in a visible way.
"brian hopkins" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Us know what's happening in your neck of the woods I know we got some downed trees I know we got some real high steady water is Roger was just telling us through the traffic report hose literature to their. we're not seeing that report right now so apparently it has been picked up there was like pull over three of the lanes I was on the southbound side and so that has been cleared out of the way traffic is getting slowly back to normal if you can call normally in this storm you use lake shore drive pretty frequently right Roger very frequently same here so I don't have you heard about this new planet that older men Brian Hopkins at the second ward wants to bring to lake shore drive potential changes and I'm just gonna gas okay what is the most annoying thing to you about lake shore drive one particular place on the drive that is the worst well I would have to say through the downtown area where the stoplight yes Chicago Avenue yeah the other ones I get by the park I'm fine with that hi go Avenue we stop it stop traffic it's horrible it's horrible actually on the southbound side is not great for people because what it is is that the light for people that are coming from Chicago Avenue in the Streeterville neighborhood to get out of the drive and that is very happy it's heavy yeah old there's a lot of traffic coming down Chicago to get on the drive in coming off the drive especially from this the northbound lanes to go on to Chicago Avenue yeah and it's not very great for them either it's a really long lighted verse out there and we price that they're in some overnight hours you're like oh my god come on no one's going to you wait for you wait as long.
Chicago, Brian Hopkins And HGTV discussed on Steve Cochran
"The city of Chicago is shut down work on the HGTV show windy city rehab and is moving to revoke the licenses of one of its stars stop work orders are now in place on the two most recent projects alderman Brian Hopkins says the show is not above the law we gave them every chance that we possibly could for them to do the right thing to work with the neighbors to follow the rules to get the permits you're supposed to get and they can can you take down their nose at the whole
"brian hopkins" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The I think the same the exact same haircut? They work golf shirts untucked with really short shorts. They wear some sort of like boat shoe loafer situation. Exactly totally like the throwback sunglasses on salmon short. Oh, right. And you see that. And they have their dad's lawyers phone number in their phone. They have a dad was a lawyer. Right. And he's got all right. Penn. Brothers gonna join us on the TV. I'm so sorry to see TV. They're looking for news today. Get otherwise, very informative. Yes. This is it can use. Don't let your kids go out of the house with the hat on backwards. All right. Let's or the brim cocked to the side. That's the dumbest thing of all times. All talked. And can we add the sticker underneath the the hat. I hate that. Like the ticket off. That's got to come off. Devon, Bradley is gonna join us coming up here in just a moment and also alderman Brian Hopkins is gonna join us because they just shut down his vote on the whole the the big development downtown now what is that all about? We're gonna find out there waiting on mayor Lightfoot. We'll get to that. In just a second. First. Let's check in now and find out what's happening on the roadways, Lauren. Well, a vehicle fire on the tri-state southbound is blocking the right lane near Kelsey bridge. And that's triggering backups on nearby roadway. So we'll have more on that coming up for personalized traffic on demand. Get the Traffix Chicago app approved by the mortgage experts of team hockberg just search T R A F F, I X Chicago from the life or death Illinois dot com traffic center, I'm Lauren laptop using an overpriced trash bag pricey pricey bag that breaks he windy, windy or a smelly bag..
"brian hopkins" Discussed on WGN Radio
"By wintrust Chicago's Bank on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN Steve Bertrand and the AllState skyline studio, and I'm glad you're there wherever you are. Glad playing Senate is on the phone line from from Crain's Chicago business joins us on most Wednesdays Frank. How was your thanksgiving? Very very nice. I'm still Turkey. I hope it's been refrigerated or maybe even frozen because it could be getting old by Alfred. Yeah. You thought out you put some cranberries on it? All good save some for the for the big ten championship game on Saturday. Bring out a feast for that. I know you must be excited about that. Fun game. Okay. So this Lincoln yards project you and I have talked about it. I've talked with other people about it. They could be really transformative project for the north side on either side looks like of the Chicago river along the Kennedy not too far north, and so they were met with some community opposition. I think that they wanted more Greenspace or things like that. So the developers sterling bay sort of tweak things came up with another plan this week. Right. So tell me about the changes in whether or not that'll be enough to win approval. Yes. So there are two significant changes after input from all the unity groups developer is going to increase the open space significantly. They say that the open air clauses and river walk swimming, along the art branch of the river would now total almost twenty one acres publicly accessible open space, and that's up from thirteen point four acres under the initial plan. And that doesn't include this big twenty thousand seat soccer stadium, planning for the southern end of the of the development. So that's one of the two main changes the other change is that they have cut down the projected height of the buildings the building some of them were, you know, as high as seventy story plan and now the tallest tower under the new plan would be about fifty stories. So they've cut a total of one hundred stories of buildings out of the plan overall increased open space but fifty six percent. Those are the headlines. That are hoping that alderman Brian Hopkins in the second award will give the green light based on somewhat scaled back then and show. You know, this is one of those things sometimes when you talk about it often enough long enough that you forget that you don't actually know the particulars. So, but we're talking about either side of the Chicago river, I'm gonna say roughly a little bit north of where the Morton salt warehouse is is that is that a pretty good location value. I was gonna say that's always my touchstone. I think of you know, what everybody thinks of when they drive by candidates at Morton salt building area north of that. And then if you're a music fan, the hideouts is kind of a part of that whole whole mix, and they're trying to make sure that that remains could be like that how that like the house in up, you know, with all the little bar left. But also go there for the. Yeah. That that's the area that we're talking about. Well, and I think Hopkins had a meeting with the folks. At the hideout in in residents here because they're trying to slow things down. In fact, there was calls that they they don't want movement on this entire project until there's a new mayor in a new city council. I don't know. What are they better probably zero? But I thought that was a reasonable request. Then great caught wrote a really wonderful. About importance to hide out. And and how it releases development, but people should check because live nations coming in that part of this deal is another concert venue, right? That would compete with folks like the hideout. Yeah. So it's again, there are some questions in the arts and entertainment community. Do we need this this many more venues program by by live nation? And there's something in your supposed to that. And the author says, hey, it's gonna be entertainment options for all still, you know, we talked about the Amazon HD, q or whatever and all of that. But this is something that's real. It's happening. It's on the books will will transform that area. And it's not that it would create a second downtown by any means, but sort of like a satellite urban center, I would think right. I mean, and it's going to happen. Almost like a suburb within a city in a way. Because you're right. It's like everything you would need to enjoy your life, cultural shopping, you know, workspaces open areas, it's all contained in that in that area. So the thought is you know, this is kind of a zone. I think the south loop with all the development going on down there. They're thinking about that in that way as well. You know that we've got these kind of. Metropolises? On the books out. I was in London with the group a few weeks ago, and we were on the on the Thames going down the Thames. And I'm sorry. I'm not going to remember the name of the neighborhood now, but it's down beyond the Docklands. But you leave downtown London go around to spend in there is really a second. It would be a major city in most countries that has sprung up a separate sort of independent metropolitan area within London, and it seems to me that in some ways. That's what would be the case here. Although not quite as big. Yeah. I agree. I think that that's a good good. A good model talk. You're the first one to introduce me to talk, and it was a way for high end restaurants to secure that people made reservations showed up, right? They had to put some cash in thirty seconds. She they've raised some more money, but they're spreading out route now beyond just like places like the linear right to where restaurants that not that. You would go to you go to those places, but maybe restaurants at a guy like me would go to. Yes. So Steve, you're brilliant. The thing I thought was most interesting about the stories that this is going to disrupt maybe more of the restaurant business with that whole thing where you have to pony up some money and make sure you show up, and if they do it at the high end restaurants, that's not such a big deal. But now, they're inking deals with. Bigger restaurant groups like burger and lobster in eighteen restaurant chain in the UK and Nicolaas co-founder says he expects a larger deal, you know, since January. So if they got it know more chain restaurants, it could really change the way we all was your dining in on the plus side, you know, maybe they list, you're overbooked tables. Less of a weight on the negative side. You do have to pony up some money up front. And so if you did, you know, your babysitter didn't show up, or what have you you could be out some outs and coined, but yeah. A lot of these places to make the reservation and save twenty five dollars a plot. It'll be applied to your check whatever that might be or pay for the whole thing. That's if that concept can go across the board for mid tier restaurants that disrupts the oil industry break. Senate read more Chicago business dot com. Hey, you know, cyber Monday yesterday was he yesterday to one of the things I bought for myself was a subscription to Crain's says, you guys a trade deal for the finally ponied up the money, Frank relaxed break. Okay. Well, that's because he was so shocked at actually paying for his work. This is the wintrust business lunch on seven twenty WGN. Start the timer because here's the wintrust business minute sharing an examining Chicago business news of the day. Hey, look, another one another Amazon. Go store that is Ogilvie transportation center is home to the latest cashier list store in Chicago making it the third to open this year. The first two were widely expected to be tested stores to see how the company would handle a Russia people during lunch rush hours? But with this one inside one of the busiest transportation areas in the city it will surely have to function at the best of its ability. And that looks like the strategy over at Monroe capital is they announced that they've raised one point three billion dollars white. Okay, fine. Go ahead. One billion dollars. Happy..
"brian hopkins" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Questioning youth on a train saturday night we're running down the stairs they're moving people like pushing people out of the way sort of and then when they got to the turnstile she said they just hopped over as many as one hundred fifty you topped off at the chicago red line stop and according to second ward alderman brian hopkins caused major chaos between there and the water tower started immediately making a lot of noise shouting yelling pushing pedestrians so clearly this was designed to frighten people and intimidate people hopkins says some of the young people stole cell phones and purses the mobs had struck before this video shows the mayhem back in two thousand thirteen but hopkins says with so many cameras in the area police should have seen what was about to happen last saturday but we're gonna do some internal review and figure out what went wrong so that the patrol officers aren't caught with no warning like they were saturday night they were outnumbered they were outnumbered by a significant margin police confirm only one arrest that night it was for felony assault to a police officer somebody threw a cup of some sort of liquid on an officer alderman hopkins says glee simply cannot prevent these kinds of incidents but they can respond more effectively live on the mag mile roseanne cbs news rob roseanne had all these kids show up in the same place was it social media putting the word out on social media not one word about the kind of responsibility they should be engaging in not one word about where the parents were just why didn't we see this coming why didn't our early warning system take this off.
"brian hopkins" Discussed on WGTK
"And says warning systems failed catching police by surprise roseanne is near the water tower so roseanne what went wrong here well robert alderman brian hopkins says police simply didn't see what was brewing what went wrong the police just simply didn't see what was brewing you see it's our job to monitor this is not paris job is not the team's job to behave responsibly oh no it's our fault we didn't see coming can says police simply didn't see what was brewing despite the many surveillance cameras in the area but he does credit police with acting quickly to end the malay we heard the conductor of the train yelling at them saying the police are coming this red line rider gave us pictures and video of police questioning youth on a train saturday night we're running down the stairs they're moving people like pushing people out of the way sort of and then when they got to the turnstile she said they just hopped over as many as one hundred fifty youths hopped off at the chicago red line stop and according to second ward alderman brian hopkins caused major chaos between there and the water tower started immediately making a lot of noise shouting yelling pushing pedestrians so clearly this was designed to frighten people and intimidate people hopkins says some of the young people stole cell phones and purses the mobs had struck before this video shows the mayhem back in two thousand thirteen but hopkins says with so many cameras in the area police should have seen what was about to happen last saturday but we're going to do some internal review and figure out what went wrong so that the troll officers aren't caught with no warning like they were saturday night they were outnumbered they were vastly outnumbered by a significant margin police confirm only one arrest that night it was for felony assault to a police officer somebody threw a cup of some sort of liquid on and off officer now alderman hopkins says lee simply cannot prevent these kinds of incidents but they can respond more effectively live on the.
"brian hopkins" Discussed on WGN Radio
"It is my view see it i don't see oh i do see certain things uh jeffco absolutely you know what i see i see rematch drunk mmhmm like i'm just see hypothetically since of your brian hopkinson you really don't like the absurd you're gonna get this off okay so they're like the second word re redrawn and he'd get certain things like finkel steel in the sucked war okay brian hopkins works rejai daily fickle steals in the second warded spring he let's see how that works and now the money's going there highlight things are coincidence out i say i can't get the coincidence icy wintrust arena higher million dollars taxpayer subsidy uh rick harland a wrote wrote a up excellent piece on that first of all you build an arena for for the pa university that students can't get too because it's not anywhere near while university and then you put in an area that's not in real need of economic development me while i look at the roles and pullman area you know i i look at the chicago state university of with its decaying infrastructure in i don't see a tiff i don't see any state funding coming that way i don't see a hundred million dollars investing in their community i mean you know we were talking about revitalizing we've been talking about uh revitalizing the old pullman roles in areas since i had hair on my head and it's been a long long time and the com and community has deteriorated if more you know so at istanbul the nominee hummy triumph you of i wasn't revived you've i wasn't revive because the state came to you of eyes rescue because you know we have the sense it was us estate flaws stay fought everybody kicks the can down the road i'm psychics the cannon to somebody else's yard and you will vie and you.
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"Snow in some areas you were forecast coming up a man armed with a semi automatic weapon is targeting women in the cities buck town neighborhood for robbery chicago police are warning residents that he's already attacked at least three women maxine murray lives there gates now that things like that are going on outside of my home but community alerts been issued the suspect driving a silver four door chevy impala and has been seen with two other suspects inside the car the american civil liberties union is urging the city of chicago to deny 55million subsidy headed for the largest catholic health system and illinois these he'll use this alderman should block the money to presence health because of its antiabortion stance an anti contraceptive policies president's health is the headquarters in chicago the acl use has tax dollars shouldn't go to hospitals that deny care for religious reasons 10014 new police recruits are starting off this morning at the chicago police academy their first day of trading they are the first classic me this year a mayor manual says they're not only a symbol of the departments growth in size but also in its diversity he says 78 of the 10014 recruits are minorities reporting today's sun time says w minority applicants to see petey outnumber white applicants three to one white applicants are still hired at a higher rate than minorities and second world brian hopkins will reportedly support a project to build a pair of residential towers across from holy name cathedral sometimes says the city's decision to address hopkins concerns over traffic congestion one is approval the towers are expected to be as tall as the john hancock center that proposal now moves to.
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"Surrounding hotel rooms all week there were one of the shots were fired after the swat team arrived the first breach of the hotel room was made at eleven twenty an hour and fifteen minutes after the first shots were fired police found the killer who they say took his own life dead on the floor surrounded by his arsenal and bullet casings the shooters girlfriend mary lou dan lay breaking her silence after being interviewed by the fbi her lawyer read a statement on her behalf he never said anything to me or took any action that i was aware of that i understood any way to be warning that something horrible like this was going to have law enforcement is saying the girlfriend is cooperating as she is not a suspect she is not in custody authorities are also looking into whether the killer was casing other large events in august a person with the killer's name reserve the room at chicago's blackstone hotel during the law palooza music festival but the person never checkedin according to the organization with knowledge of hotel records this after police confirmed that days before the massacre the killer rented a room at downtown las vegas condo complex overlooking another much larger music festival and we're learning more about the killer that he was a wealthy gambler and he allegedly told a real estate agent that he gambled about one million dollars every year correspondent gene sorrows all besides the deaths and injuries alex marquardt reports there were also hundreds of 'extraordinary acts of bravery when the first gunshots rang out concert goers didn't realize what they were a like fireworks and we'll speak at the beginning the chaos erupting as the crowd of twenty two thousand country music fans tried to find cover from the hail of bullets musician brian hopkins hidden have backstage freezer after running from the gunfire we see a guy right in front of us goes down that another person sports guys bank bag two girls go down behind us so i grabbed the two girls that are standing in front of me and grabbed them and took them with me anthony rivonia an off duty paramedic sprang into action to save his brother the real moment i realized that it was gone who is when i heard my brother i got it and i i turned around that i thought him coughing up what using a piece of plastic.