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"brickyard mall" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"brickyard mall" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The News is sponsored by WGN America, What's next after another round of presidential vetoes? And Illinois doles out more covert 19 vaccines than any other state. First of EJ and traffic, and it looks like you're roadways there, clear out there nothing to keep you from getting where you need to be at this late hour. Late tonight, A woman and a child were struck by a vehicle in a hit and run at 55th and Kedzie. This happened in the Gauge Park neighborhood. That child was taken to comer Children's Hospital in grave condition. The woman was taken to U of C in critical condition for the second night in a role of President Trump is raising eyebrows with another long list of pardons. The standout names are former campaign chair Paul Manafort. Who think Trump on Twitter tonight. Long time L. A Roger Stone and Charles Kushner, the father of Trump's son in law. Jared, Presidential historian Barbara Perry says she wouldn't be surprised at what could come next. And it could be the president himself. And certainly I think other members of this family, it's Children and in laws 29 people received either a pardon or clemency tonight, making 49 people. The president has helped these last two nights tomorrow, Republicans are expected to book President Trump and oppose his $2000 stimulus check proposal. Those Democrats wanted to hold a vote in the morning by unanimous consent. But House Minority leader Kevin McCarthy will reportedly block it. If a deal can't be reached. Enhanced unemployment benefits among others will expire on Saturday. President Trump demanded changes after pointing to money set aside for foreign aid, though that won't take away from the covert relief money, news nations, Joe Khalil explains. Larger package is actually in two parts. One part covert relief doesn't send any money overseas. Rather, Congress approved $900 billion for things like stimulus checks, unemployment, schools and vaccines. The second part $1.4 trillion piece to fund the government does include some overseas aid money. It doesn't, however, take funding away from covert relief and more Washington is left in limbo. President Trump left the White House this afternoon to spend the holidays at his Mar, a Lago resort. He's expected to stay in Florida until January. 3rd. The White House says his schedule for Christmas Eve includes quotes many meetings and calls Woman who was violently arrested by Chicago Police at the Brickyard Mall is now suing the city and the department video captured by a bystander shows Chicago police pulling me or right out of her vehicle by her hair just days up to the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis rights attorney says the incident has left her and her family traumatized and with permanent eye damage. Cousin Tunica Tate was with her We were women and we were viciously attacked by the Chicago Police Department. The lawsuit says Police violated state and federal laws. Illinois health officials report 6700 New Covic 19 cases and 135 additional deaths. The positivity rate is 7.5% more than 100,000. People in Illinois have not received the covert vaccine. State currently leads the effort to get frontline health care workers and residents of long term care facilities vaccinated. I hear population California's three times our size and Texas is 2.5 times our size so they will eventually outpace us and sheer numbers. That's something point this week, but the vaccine team in Illinois sprinted past them all in week one. The governor says the Madonna vaccine is arriving this week in Illinois going straight to providers since it doesn't need to be kept in ultra cold storage like visors version, and the pandemic isn't stopping shoppers from hitting the stores for last minute holiday gifts. Kate didn't expect to see so many shoppers. I didn't realize today.

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"brickyard mall" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"brickyard mall" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Pack your patience. A new wave of presidential pardons has been announced. They include former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort convicted on charges that emerged during the Russia investigation. Longtime adviser Roger Stone convicted on charges of witness tampering and making false statements during the Russia probe. Also Charles Kushner, the father of son in law, Jared Trump's son in law that is, he pleaded guilty to 16 counts of tax evasion, retaliating against a federal witness in line to the FCC. And all Trump issued 26 new pardons. Just this evening, Illinois Congressman Mike Quigley on Chicago's afternoon news says House Democrats are preparing to hold a vote tomorrow morning on President Trump's $2000 check proposal. We're going to try to do this in a procedural way by union must consent. That means we're in pro former session, someone would get up and move to amend the bill to include just what the president wants exactly. And if no one objects, it will pass the house. I guarantee you, one of the Republicans will object. It will not pass. But hey, if we have to go back next week, we'll be there. Since the stimulus deal is tied to a broader government spending bill failure to pass it. Briscoe government shutdown Next Tuesday, Illinois health officials report 6700 new covert cases and 135 additional deaths. The case positivity rate is 7.5% of the number of people hospitalized with Kobe has increased slightly in the last few days, but 1500 fewer people are in the hospital now than just before Thanksgiving. Illinois Governor J. B. Pritzker understands the frustration of not moving closer to reopening, but he doesn't want to be a wishy washy on research. Chins. My concern is that we might see we're going likely to see some uptick from Christmas and from New Year's in hospitalizations, a zwelling cases. More than 100,000. Health care workers have been vaccinated in the first week in Illinois, and the governor says some of the dose is being delivered to the state are starting to go to the long term care facility Vaccination program being managed by pharmacy chains, Walgreen, saying CBS. Meanwhile, over a million Americans have received their first current virus vaccine shots, health care workers, the first group of people to roll up their sleeves. Two big scenes on the market. Fizer and Madonna, both requiring two rounds of shots several weeks apart. They're similar in function and have about the same efficacy. Vaccines calm amid a surge in Corona virus cases across the country. Back here. Parents of four state high school athletes are suing Governor Pritzker and the Illinois High School Association. They want to overturn the Koven 19 related ban on high school winter sports. The suit claims the rights of their Children were violated because the state policy didn't put any restrictions on college or professional sports. But the governor said college and professional sports have better resource is for protecting players. Against the virus. Today, Lawyers and advocates filed a federal lawsuit on behalf of MIA rights, and her cousins who claimed they were victims of police brutality was May 31st just days after the Minneapolis police killed George Floyd, sparking racial unrest, rioting and looting across the country. The victims say they were driving through the parking lot of the Brickyard mall when a group of nearly dozen Chicago cops attacked them. His lawyer in any UK to.

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"brickyard mall" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"brickyard mall" Discussed on WGN Radio

"He's worried the plan could deprive his ward of protection from the prime that's been happening, he says. Residents and businesses there shortly need help. They're crying will not take place until six PM is beyond ridiculous basically, so that they could fit downtown in their cars with lights on to give a sense of security for the downtown area. And for me, this is very dangerous policy that's being implemented because in neighborhoods like mine that I represent from West angle to break apart, you know, we've seen an increase in gang and drug activity. All hours of the day, police say approximately 750 officers on the citywide community safety team in summer mobile patrol, which had been expanded into November are designed to supplement police who need more support in any district at any given time. Former comment. Executive has pleaded guilty to a corruption charge. Fidel Marquez is the first conviction in the ongoing federal investigation into a political bribery scheme that's implicated Illinois House Speaker Michael Madigan. Marquez is also agreeing to cooperate with federal prosecutors in order to possibly avoid prison time Marquez among those implicated earlier this summer, when federal prosecutors charged the electric utility company with sending $1.3 million to Madigan's associates. In hopes of landing Madigan support for key legislation. Disorderly conduct charges have been dropped against me a right woman who was forcibly arrested at Brickyard Mall on Chicago's Northwest side. Back in May. She maintained her innocence throughout his subsequent an independent investigation school to be a paramedic, but it's like Do I even hire somebody, this partially Bly, so it's a lot that I've been going to deal with this situation and everything that's been going on in cell phone video captured by witnesses, officers appeared to make entry into her car by breaking Windows. Rights, then pulled out and taken to the ground. She claims an officer kneeled on her neck and pulled her hair governor Pritzker announcing new mitigation measures in Region one in the northwest, part of the state hospitalizations for the virus in that area increasing and the positivity rate is going up his well. Above the 8% threshold starting this Saturday on October 3rd. The new measures include no indoor service at restaurants or bars. Reservations were be required. No party buses, gaming in casinos close at 11. Now with WG and sports. Here's Davina. Good morning. It was mission accomplished for the White Sox to get the post season underway, but they know it's a long way from over but a huge win for them for the one over the Oakland Athletics to make today's second game, an elimination game for the A's Lucas Giolito six perfect innings before Tommy loose. Stella's leadoff single in the seventh broke up. The no hit bid. One of only two hits off Giolito over seven plus Adam Angle. Jose Abreu and Yasmani Grandal banged out home rods and the socks go for the two games sweep this afternoon. Dallas Chi Kel starts pre game and one here on W. GM. That's about the time that Cubs begin their postseason hosting the Marlins at Wrigley Field. Manager David Ross gave the nod to Kyle Hendricks to start the playoff opener against the Marlins. Sandy out Contra The other three at National League Series also begin today. And tonight. The other American League winners Tampa Bay, the Yankees and Houston beat Minnesota for tow want the Bears get down to work today for Sunday's visit from the Colts. And it's Game one of the MBA Finals tonight, the Lakers and the Heat on the home of the Black Hawks, the northwestern Wildcats and White Sox baseball. David it w G N Sport Now the forecast from the W G in Chicago Weather.

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Committee wants 3rd Chicago police officer stripped of powers after violent arrest at Brickyard Mall

Roe Conn

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Committee wants 3rd Chicago police officer stripped of powers after violent arrest at Brickyard Mall

"Office of Police Accountability Accountability is is recommending recommending 1/3 1/3 Chicago Chicago police police officer officer be be stripped stripped of of police police powers powers after after a a violent violent arrests arrests at at the the Brickyard Brickyard mall mall video video captured captured officers officers breaking breaking windows windows and and pulling pulling people people out out of of a a car car in the mall's parking lot. It happened in the chaotic days of protests. After the death of George Floyd. There have been 404 complaints of police misconduct. The Chicago police and U S

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"brickyard mall" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"brickyard mall" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Doing I that's the latest here if we get any new information I in this newscast will come back to live back our Dana thank you so much the festivals and concerts in March a cargo a summer we'll have to wait until next year because of covert nineteenth all large outdoor permitted city run events through Labor Day have been canceled that includes a taste of Chicago Lollapalooza and the air and water show Lyle organizer is planned offer virtual events all that'll make up for the core of a billion dollars the annual festival brings in however what is re opening though tomorrow portions of navy pier including restaurants retailers Paul brothers and select tour boats the mayor today saying she's finalizing plans to re open the lake front the loss this year summer events are covert nineteen have blown a seven hundred million dollar hole in next year's budget in March and April the city lost at least one hundred seventy five million dollars in revenue as hotel restaurants and businesses closed mayor says at this point she's leading all of our options on the table options including raising property taxes and outlook layoffs have to remain on the table as the mayor says the budget deficit could even get larger if there's a second wave of coronavirus cases in the fall well a couple recorder Chicago police officers dragging two women from their car last week a plan to file a civil rights lawsuit was under Collins and Willie Teague or at the brickyard mall may thirty first when a softer smashed the windows on the woman's vehicle and drag them out Collins said she started recording the incident to have proof she antique say when they ask the officers names and badge numbers one of them smash the rear windshield and hit her repeatedly with his baton I'm.

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Two Witnesses To Chicago's Brickyard Mall Incident Say Police Attacked Them For Filming Officers Who Dragged Two Women From Car

WGN Nightside

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Two Witnesses To Chicago's Brickyard Mall Incident Say Police Attacked Them For Filming Officers Who Dragged Two Women From Car

"Well a couple recorder Chicago police officers dragging two women from their car last week a plan to file a civil rights lawsuit was under Collins and Willie Teague or at the brickyard mall may thirty first when a softer smashed the windows on the woman's vehicle and drag them out Collins said she started recording the incident to have proof she antique say when they ask the officers names and badge numbers one of them smash the rear windshield and hit her repeatedly with his baton I'm

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"brickyard mall" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"brickyard mall" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Pandemic bare light that says she's looking at putting off projects and other options by using property taxes and outlook layoffs have to remain on the table those are the last choices and tools and I want to use but I can't take any of them off the table she says the city as well as all types of revenue streams including amusement hotels parking and hotel and restaurant taxes the state announcing today seven hundred ninety seven new coronavirus cases and ninety five additional deaths the total number of deaths in the state now over six thousand Indiana looking to boost their revenue casinos are preparing to reopen idea gaming commission has announced thirteen commercial casinos in the state including five gaming facilities in northwest Indiana can re open June fifteenth however it is up to the casino properties to decide whether they'll open and local governments can impose their own restrictions the casinos will have to comply with new rules and regulations to limit the spread of the virus including machines and tables being spread out no floor beverage service or buffets and casino employees will have to undergo daily health screenings Ribeiro WGN news in Houston funeral service just wrapping up for George Floyd two weeks after his fatal encounter with the Minneapolis police officer ivy McGregor spoke with survivors leave with you one word his final word which was breed and breed is not passive no Sir no ma'am breed is active breed is inhale and exhale breathe is to be alive former vice president Joe Biden urging George Floyd's family to turn his death into a call to change the world the presumptive democratic presidential nominee sent a video of today's to today's memorial service he called for racial justice listening and healing in America Floyd will be buried next to his mother a lawsuits been filed by two people who claim police used excessive force during an incident caught on video at the brickyard mall on the northwest side during the looting and protests the vendor Collins is one of the alleged victim officer was hitting me forcefully as he tried to take my phone for me repeatedly while I was recording he tried to.

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"brickyard mall" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"brickyard mall" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Come out these are Americans that are dying you know and I consider myself a patriot I am I'm a black person but I'm also an African I mean I'm an African as well and I'm born in this country and this is the country that I want to fight for and that means quite all the communities including black and brown this is reality even the reality you need to educate yourself the mayor Lightfoot has announced the weekend safety plan including some preemptive measures aimed she says that protecting both those who protest peacefully and businesses in the neighborhoods calls for the deployment of more than three hundred big city trucks things like snow plows salt spreaders those will be park front to back as road blocks at more than a hundred seventy five commercial and retail corridors on the south and west sides police patrols will be stepped up there as well all bridges over the Chicago River downtown will remain raised lake shore drive will be closed from fuller ten to thirty first major arteries and expressway ramps in downtown will be closed so will major CTA stops downtown grant and union parks will remain open and made available for planned protests about Chicago police officers have been stripped of police powers for their parts in arrested was caught on cellphone video Sunday happened outside brickyard mall on the northwest side one officer appears to place his knees on the neck of a suspect and the president of the union that represents officers in Chicago tells WGN that outrage over that video is misplaced he says accusations about a knee on the suspect's neck are unfounded it was never on the neck so you know I know everybody likes to ratchet up the rhetoric including the mayor because the simple fact is this is all about her failure to perform because she is calling the shots she was the one who told me personally last Friday that the city was never going to be Minneapolis number repeatedly and yet here we are referring to violent riots and looting on Lake Street in Minneapolis after the police involved killing their of George Floyd as for the rest at brickyard mall it's under CPT investigation there's also an independent investigation underway into the officers actions the number of people hospitalized in Illinois with a corona viruses falling governor Pritzker puts the number of patients being treated for Gilbert nineteen statewide at roughly twenty nine hundred to give.

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"brickyard mall" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"brickyard mall" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Come out these are Americans that are dying you know and I consider myself a patriot I am I'm a black person but I'm also an African I mean I'm an African as well and I'm born in this country and this is the country that I want to fight for and that means a quite all the communities including black and brown this is reality and the reality you need to educate yourself the mayor Lightfoot has announced the weekend safety plan including some preemptive measures aimed she says that protecting both those who protest peacefully and businesses in the neighborhoods calls for the deployment of more than three hundred big city trucks things like snow plows salt spreaders those will be park front to back as road blocks at more than a hundred seventy five commercial and retail corridors on the south and west sides police patrols will be stepped up there as well all bridges over the Chicago River downtown will remain raised lake shore drive will be closed from fuller ten to thirty first major arteries and expressway ramps in downtown will be closed so will major CTA stops downtown grant and union parks will remain open and made available for planned protests a bit of Chicago police officers have been stripped of police powers for their parts in arrested was caught on cellphone video Sunday happened outside brickyard mall on the northwest side one officer appears to place his knees on the neck of a suspect and the president of the union that represents officers in Chicago tells WGN that outrage over that video is misplaced he says accusations about a knee on the suspect's neck are unfounded it was never on the neck so you know I know everybody likes to ratchet up the rhetoric including the mayor because the simple fact is this is all about her failure to perform because she is calling the shots she was the one who told me personally last Friday that the city was never going to be Minneapolis number repeatedly and yet here we are referring to violent riots and looting on Lake Street in Minneapolis after the police involved killing their of George Floyd as for the rest at brickyard mall it's under CPT investigation there's also an independent investigation underway into the officers actions the number of people hospitalized in Illinois with a corona viruses falling governor Pritzker puts the number of patients being treated for COPD at nineteen statewide at roughly twenty nine hundred to.

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"brickyard mall" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"brickyard mall" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Come out these are Americans that are dying you know and I consider myself a patriot I am I'm a black person but I'm also an African I mean I'm an African as well and I'm born in this country and this is the country that I want to fight for and that means quite all the communities including black and brown this is reality it's always been the reality you need to educate yourself the mayor Lightfoot has announced the weekend safety plan including some preemptive measures aimed she says that protecting both those who protest peacefully and businesses in the neighborhoods calls for the deployment of more than three hundred big city trucks things like snow plows salt spreaders those will be park front to back as road blocks at more than a hundred seventy five commercial and retail corridors on the south and west sides police patrols will be stepped up there as well all bridges over the Chicago River downtown will remain raised lake shore drive will be closed from fuller ten to thirty first major arteries and expressway ramps in downtown will be closed so will major CTA stops downtown grant and union parks will remain open and made available for planned protests a bit of Chicago police officers have been stripped of police powers for their parts in a restaurant was caught on cellphone video Sunday happen outside brickyard mall on the northwest side one officer appears to place his knees on the neck of a suspect and the president of the union that represents officers in Chicago tells WGN that outrage over that video is misplaced he says accusations about a knee on the suspect's neck are unfounded it was never on the neck so you know I know everybody likes the ratchet up the rhetoric including the mayor because the simple fact is this is all about her failure to perform because she is calling the shots she was the one who told me personally last Friday that the city was never going to be Minneapolis number repeatedly and yet here we are referring to violent riots and looting on Lake Street in Minneapolis after the police involved killing their of George Floyd as for the rest at brickyard mall it's under CPT investigation there's also an independent investigation underway into the officers actions the number of people hospitalized in Illinois with the corona viruses falling governor Pritzker puts the number of patients being treated for COPD at nineteen statewide at roughly twenty nine hundred.

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Chicago Police Officers Who Turn Off Body Camera or Cover Badge Will be Stripped of Powers: Lightfoot

Roe Conn

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Chicago Police Officers Who Turn Off Body Camera or Cover Badge Will be Stripped of Powers: Lightfoot

"There's now a second allegation of Chicago police brutality at the brickyard mall this weekend like the first case there's video of it the sender calling center family picked her up from work when the situation began they ran up to our car and hit our car twice the first time it was just a hit and then the second time they had on the vehicle it busted the back window was shattered Colin says he tried to get the officers names and badge numbers but they were covered up with a black band may like that says officers you tape over their badges or turn off body cameras will be stripped of police

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"brickyard mall" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"brickyard mall" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Involving the cops involved in that incident at the brickyard mall news is next but first the WLS weather channel forecasts cooler weekend weather just around the corner with northwest winds down from Canada and lower humidity also it's been a summer time this week here in Chicago thunderstorms early tonight ending late lake shore down to sixty one and the northwest winds macho less humidity for tomorrow high of sixty seven low fifty seven Saturday night hello seventy Sunday from the weather channel meteorologist Scott Lori Moore WLS AM eight ninety with another update for you right now seventy six at the lake eighty eight at midway eighty nine at o'hare with over one thousand five star Google reviews window works is your easy choice to replace your windows now take sixty percent off flavor no money down no interest no payments until twenty twenty to visit my window works dot com for a down to the penny price some breaking news tonight in the last half hour the Chicago top cop David Brown says he is relieved two police officers of their police powers these officers were involved according to brown in the incident involving media rights an African American woman who says police police officer put his knee in her back at the brickyard mall last weekend again the police superintendent David Brown has relieve those two cops of their police powers they're going to be confined to desk duty while an investigation continues the cook county state's attorney also investigating that situation a number of protests planned for Chicago this weekend mayor like put in Chicago police are hoping that they are peaceful unlike last weekend southwest side alderman ray Lopez Rey Lopez tells ABC seven that he's hoping for the best I want people to be able to exercise their rights but we want to make sure that we don't have the same agitators coming back thinking that we let our guard down thinking that we believe that the worst is behind us and have something bad happen all over again mayor Lightfoot says the nine PM to six AM curfew will continue see she says she made a left it if this weekend is peaceful meanwhile the mayor wants to fire the Chicago cop who made a vulgar gesture to protesters this week here's bill Cameron.

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"brickyard mall" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

10:59 min | 1 year ago

"brickyard mall" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Next guest to talk about the similarities and differences between twenty twenty in nineteen sixty eight jumping back in the newsroom a quick update on the police incident at brickyard mall John yes David Brown the police superintendent just issuing a statement he has relieved two of the cops involved in that incident at the brickyard mall of their police powers that means they will be confined to desk duty pending the external investigation David Brown also says that he is aware of the independent investigation being conducted by cook county state's attorney Kim Foxx this is the incident involving the black woman media right who says the cops storage of the ground and a cop put his knee in the back of her neck these cops have now been relieved of their police powers thank you John keep us up to date on that five thirty eight here in Chicago on this Friday evening I go to Axios dot com every morning Mike Allen's terrific he sends out an email every morning as well it's a it's a great political website they've got great sources in DC and we welcome for I believe a first conversation managing editor David and now they're also wrote a couple of great books on the affordable Care Act David Walker the double tells how are you Sir I'm fine thanks for having me well I'm I'm glad you can spare a little time for us I was a paraphrasing part of your column for my listeners before our news break the year nineteen sixty eight of course their similarities what twenty twenty we have demonstrations in the streets we have cities burning we have police crackdowns both times there was a law and order Republican promising to end this violence Nixon in sixty eight against Humphrey Wallace and Donald Trump running for re election however and I want to dial down you have several differences between that year and this year but the one that really really impacted me when I read your piece and I like it a Lavery down at his house everything is being captured in real time now on social media and I guess there's positives to that but there's huge corrosive negatives as well don't you agree absolutely like this this is probably leading to the sense that we're just being bombarded with all of this horrible news and terrible images you know we do you know we do find out about a bad thing when it happened and we can all witness it and make you know maybe there's some positives are that that that every day every morning it seems that you know we're getting another viral video of of of violence or police brutality or something and you know even if you know it can just add to that overall please set that the world is falling apart my mind I've always mentioned that you'd probably not happy I will be my wife I mean she's gets visibly upset whenever than the latest police video comes out you know and I'm like the one now we're talking about from buffalo over the seventy five year old man gets pushed falls down hits yeah he's bleeding I mean to her you know it it ruins her her entire day and I get it that you know those police officers will have to be investigated so on and so forth that being said in nineteen sixty eight we sat down and you either want to Huntley and Brinkley or you went to Walter Cronkite unit got updated on the unrest the Vietnam War and what else was going on and then you got a chance to kind of breathe and reset and let that sink in before the next image hits you now it's nonstop I I don't know what the remedy is because the remedy is to watch shut down the internet turn off Twitter I don't see that happening but Danny's anyway to V. two a valve with this so that it's easier to take especially in bad times yeah exactly you know and and this this affects all of us but particularly those of us in the news business suit you know this is our job to follow all this stuff right you know like you know but but you know everybody needs to take an hour day or something to just to just shut it down just to know for a while because otherwise it can just be can just overwhelmed with negativity it's true that you know it in nineteen sixty eight you would be different on the newscasts and a would you probably have this overwhelming kind of feeling as well but you could shut it off in a way that you can't now because it's everywhere for all of his flaws Lyndon Johnson when he was president was not a provocateur you seem to think our current president is can you elaborate on that well that was that was taken by Jon Meacham the the historian but the comparison is you know deep you know do you have a you have a president who you know they still try to stay you know ultimately believes in unity like like Christ to find unity hard for Johnson in the state to do that too or are you somebody who kind of relishes the fight and you know we've been you know having having seen you know fifty three and a half years of the trump presidency we know that like kind of the catalyst for the fire eight you know that's who he is because I knew that when the country elected him in these times when everybody's kind of looking for like can we please get back half of the fight and like find some common ground that's where he's really kind of struggling to get out to be the person you can do that you know I I look at all the polling that I see him they do a great job at Axios dot com and you know categorizing and essentially coming up with a cumulative poll everyday as as well I want to compliment you guys on that but you know clearly Nixon said look if you want to stand this would be it wasn't present sixty eight until he was president elect after November but he said look Hubert Humphrey can't get the job done now he benefited from Wallace in the southern strategy I guess peeling off those those folks but from primarily from the Democratic Party I think but do you think the trust in the people inside the truth trump White House now are they clearly trying to replicate what Nixon was able to do during the summer sixty eight I mean absolutely you know if you if you look at the president's Twitter feed not only does he keep repeating a law and order you know compared to just tweet that over and over couple times he tweeted silent majority who knows you know that the you know the you know the call backs to Nixon are are pretty obvious end you know dirt there is a history of you know when when you have when you have violence and and demonstrations turning violent it's so for like there's you know it it it can work to the benefit of some you can say I will I'll restore order I'm gonna I'm gonna shut this violent down we're gonna get back to we're going to get back to peace but the difference is Nixon at the time was running as Louis he was not the incumbent he was you know he was running to become president right now trump is already president so you know it that's what we don't know is it is it going to work out the same for him when you know he you know like voters may say like you know some of those that happening David now there he is the managing editor for Axios dot com I want to complete my thought I would cut off track but I I don't even know whether I can trust polls anymore because the poll that we saw in November of twenty sixteen at Donald Trump losing to Hillary Clinton by four five ticks I I don't I don't I tell people every day they think there there's no way this Donald Trump can be reelected reelected that's it don't be so sure because number one Americans are reticent to fire president and number two in times of national crisis people do not want to change horses in the middle of the stream right well so you know couple things about that one is that it yeah I you know I've spent a lot of time looking into that too like we all remember what the you know what the polls told us was not going to happen when he sixteen what actually happened that's why it's a good idea to really pay more attention not just to the national polls but to the battleground state polls and you know they are young there are people who we had a pretty closely and said like if you would really call that in twenty sixteen you actually probably would have seen it happening but to the to the broader point you know exactly how we should be looking at that now to like it like it's a delight to probably still too far out but really watch the battleground state polls as you get closer to the election right now trump trouble in in the number the more you wouldn't think that he'd be in trouble you know that he quickly I call the other day is because the company name I didn't are you know practically tied in Texas like yeah you know so like I'm I'm I'm a Texan I've you know I've been watching Texas politics for years and years it's a little hard to believe that Biden could actually win it but the point is that you know trump should have put that away a long time ago and he hasn't so these are all the these are all the the indicators to watch they don't look good for trump at all right now but you know the election is not around the corner we stock five months ago I got an email from a listener kind of taking me to task for not being critical Joe Biden more often on my program and I'm gonna write American say I I don't know what to say about Joe Biden is completely off the grid in irrelevant at least at this time he'd put out a lengthy statement today I looked at the clips I thought well do I have time to play those in there but I thought for what reason yeah I mean right now you know if if what Biden totally hiding in his basement he went to cool it out the other day and gave a speech about the torque for eighty two Asian Games you know he talked about how how differently he would handle playing because as president and his top calling virtual events and so forth when you turn the national attention no that's right he's not you know you don't give him as much as the bill is the way you see president trump bleibt they've kind of we kind of realized that that may not be the worst thing is you know as long as all these incidents keep happening with president trump they were to buy into benefits so maybe he can just shut up the basement strategy well David nice so making you're going Sir I certainly I'm when you left your previous website I thought while with the why would they leave such a great website but certainly Axios dot com is a is doing very well so congratulations on that to move thank you very much thanks for having me hi David David now there managing editor at axial star com here on double the US five forty eight traffickers jump packing traffic here at W. L. S. we have a couple of problems the Elgin o'hare expressway also known as three ninety at Roselle road.

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"brickyard mall" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"brickyard mall" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The brickyard mall this weekend like the first case there's video of the confrontation the vendor Collins says her family picked her up from work and that's when the situation began they ran up to our car and hit our car twice the first time it was just a hit and then the second time they hit our vehicle it busted the back window was shattered Colin says he tried to get the officers names and badge numbers but they were covered up with a black band another family says they were violently pulled from their car at the mall on Sunday an investigation in that case is under way three men facing federal charges after prosecutors say they tried to break into an ATM at a bank of America on the south side earlier this week Cheyenne Simpson Ricky Foyt appear Harvey were each charged with attempted bank that no money was stolen and now WGN sports here's Kevin pal thank you Kim one hundred million dollars that's the amount Michael Jordan and the Jordan brand are committing over the next ten years to organizations dedicated to ensuring racial equality Nike had announced earlier today that it's committing forty million dollars the statement from Jordan brand read in part quote Jordan brand is us the black community Jordan brand is more than one man it has always been a family represent a proud family that is overcome obstacles fought against discrimination in communities worldwide and that works every day to erase the stain of racism and the damage of injustice on quote long time to Paul athletic director Jean Lenti pun settle retiring after eighteen years she cited her own battles with breast cancer and desire to spend more time with family in her decision.

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"brickyard mall" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"brickyard mall" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"The photographs of the officer in uniform giving people the finger we'll find that person in my view the person easy immediately stripped of their police powers and they should start the process for firing him we will not tolerate that kind of abusive offensive conduct on the part of police officers one other police matters the mayor rejected calls to revoke police officers from the public schools or to defund police so more resources can go to social services bill Cameron eight ninety W. west meanwhile Chicago civilian office of police accountability is recommending that the cops involved in the dragging of a woman by her hair at the brickyard mall last weekend be stripped of their police powers and reassigned to desk duty while the investigation is going forward the latest coping nineteen numbers in Illinois one thousand one hundred fifty six new known cases fifty nine additional deaths in the state of Illinois a big day on Wall Street our closing off today eight hundred and twenty nine point this is because the may jobs report was thirteen point three percent a lot lower than the experts were expecting president trump is talking about the numbers he held a news conference at the White House today let's get the latest on that from a Mister Bob Costantini in a soliloquy that lasted forty five minutes president trump playing up the re hiring numbers from may's jobs report today is probably if you think of it the greatest comeback in American issue but you just have to stop here it's going to keep going the president did get around to talking about the national unrest from the death of George Floyd but in terms of opportunity hopefully George's looking down right now and say this is a great thing that's happening for our country there's a great day for him it's a great day for everybody in terms of the quality Mr trump did speak of the need for maybe some additional way to stimulate the cold with nineteen affected U. S. economy Costantini Washington WLS news time for for traffic.

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"brickyard mall" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"brickyard mall" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Charged with accessory to murder those other officers appeared in court yesterday WGN's Ryan burrow in Minneapolis has an update on the case attorneys for those officers each represented by their own attorney expressed remorse to the Floyd family indicated they tried to help out and to resuscitate him at the scene and that Derek shop in that officer who's now charged with second degree murder was a training officer and two of them were new to the force they were just following orders the judge says there's no precedent for this case had set bond at one million dollars with seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars with conditions for all three of them an elderly man is in the hospital after being shot by police during a protest in buffalo New York video of the incident shows the man approaching a group of police being pushed in falling backwards onto the concrete he suffered a concussion Yuri county's executive says the man is in stable condition two officers involved in the incident have reportedly been suspended and there's going to be an investigation into it buffalo police initially said the man tripped and fell but then changed their statement after video of the encounter was posted on social media mayor Lightfoot is denouncing misconduct by Chicago police officers including those involved in an incident at the brickyard mall family says officers assaulted them as they sat in their car in the parking lot of the mall on Sunday police were responding to reports of looting there apparently suspecting the family could have been involved Lightfoot is also standing firm that the tactics used in Minneapolis are not okay here in Chicago the officer's report involved.

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"brickyard mall" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"brickyard mall" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"To join us tonight at six thirty six cook county state's attorney now investigating video of cops interaction with a black woman news is next but first the WLS weather channel forecast partly to mostly cloudy tonight possibility of rain low sixty nine tomorrow cloudy rain chance hi eighty eight right now seventy two at the lake eighty three at midway eighty seven at o'hare get your investigating allegations that Chicago police pulled a woman from a car by her hair and placed a knee on her neck the woman mayor Reid says that she could have been killed it happened at the brickyard mall on the far northwest side on Sunday a judge in Minnesota setting bail at seven hundred fifty thousand dollars apiece for three former Minneapolis police officers charged with aiding and abetting in the death of George Floyd some new numbers on Colbert nineteen in Illinois nine hundred twenty nine new confirmed cases that is the lowest number of new cases since April fifth it is also the eighth day out of the past eleven that the daily number of new covert cases went down from the previous day there were one hundred sixteen additional deaths for a total now of five thousand seven hundred thirty six deaths in Illinois the Pritzker administration also announcing that anyone in Illinois you can now get a cold at nineteen test even if they don't have any symptoms and some good news navy pier says it will partially reopen next week for the first time so in the it's been shut down for twelve weeks because of covert nineteen that's WLS news now we've got traffic at six thirty five the news founded at Ohio and that's about the only issue to tell you about on the roadways that's traffic from the WLS am eight ninety traffic center I'm John Dempsey eight ninety WLS bill o'reilly here and I'm warming up stand by for the Riley update evening edition but first all my high stakes offering a variety of amazing packages perfect for dad for father's day please go to Omaha steaks dot com and enter code built in the search bar to unlock savings of fifty percent or more with code bill you'll get free shipping and on some packages of free one pound package of Applewood smoked steak cut bacon all shipped in time for father's day all my steaks dot com enter code bill in the search bar on this Thursday morning I am thinking about black lives matter perhaps the most radical organization in the United States of America here's what black lives matter.

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"brickyard mall" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"brickyard mall" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Really is a matter of life or death the news is next but first time skilling's forecast from the perma seal weather center tonight partly cloudy a low of sixty seven tomorrow partly sunny skies a thirty percent chance for showers and storms a high of eighty eight and Saturday mostly clear cooler a high of sixty nine we're like that says it won't be easy but she's vowing to implement police reforms the cargo over the next ninety days she says one of her top priorities is officer whining are also support system and earlier intervention pilot improving our peer support program and ensuring we connect counselors to officers in need as well as mandating mandating crisis intervention and procedural truth justice training for every officer she says she's aware of some reports of police misconduct over the past several days investigators are looking into those complaints one of those complaints a family says they were assaulted by Chicago police while sitting in their car at the brickyard mall parking lot on Sunday a video shows officers surrounding the car smashing windows and pulling people out G. two brown is with the journey for justice we wanted to know if you would the building yeah your life a call than anyone who believes they've been mistreated by police to call three one one police have received two hundred fifty a complaint against them since Friday cook county state's attorney Kim Foxx says her office is also where the incident and there will be an independent review a memorial service for George Floyd today in Minneapolis.

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"brickyard mall" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

10:57 min | 1 year ago

"brickyard mall" Discussed on WGN Radio

"He's got the best chicken Milanese in the country we're talking Mondelez corolla I think he also has the best clams linguine I've had anywhere so good and from you on the text line were also taking your call three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred police brutality was in the news today again with the release of the video at brickyard mall don't know if you saw that of two women were they smashed the windows a police state of the law of the DM windows of two women sitting in their car and there was a very rough exchange there we want to talk about that because now there's a new video that presents a different story such a P. to be on the line up for it in a few minutes here but I do want to get to the phone and talk to Austin Austin go ahead you're on WG and hi there I heard stories of a truck that satellite a cable service box and listen folks about internet and I had a story to help me do all the Comcast thing we were talking about earlier so I was knocked off here yesterday because the Comcast went down and then I I just saw that it was Comcast was trending immediately afterwards so many people had been impacted by the same thing but go ahead Austin which store yes when I was in the Air Force several years ago I was out stationed on an island and I worked in I. T. services and we had a a computer system that went down and we had no idea why and so we started using alternate connections to make the to make that the service that we needed work but we found out was the alternate connection because I could use some help next time this happens what would you guys do a well I was like what do I know the reason why the one went out was because the there was an undersea cable that had an anchor dropped on it or drugs through it and so between us and the mainland Europe we were pretty SO well there so and it's not like we had the convenience of knowing that a box was hit here by this truck and when so yeah that's the thing it's sort of the we wish you knew what was happening in may make it a little less tense in the meantime or you make a little easier you know for yeah yeah thanks for calling her a con Austin I just it's it's you know it's it's amazing how connected we are now and how much of our lives we rely on that kind of connectivity and then when you don't have it you're just what what's going on your through your lost and in that case it's even more pronounced because of the circumstances okay so let's some let's check in with sergeant Pete here because I don't know if you've seen the brickyard mall video that Chicago police were being investigated because of their response to a scene there yesterday afternoon check the leverage your earlier this week maybe it was a not sure I'm not sure when the videos from the last few days but the police busted the windows out they pulled out they they seem to pull one of the women out by her hair there was an issue there there they really seem to get very violent but I guess there's another side of the story sergeant Pete you you just I heard about some new video that has surfaced that tells a different story yeah somebody just sent me a video and it shows yep what what the M. video that the that shows the police us of doing this woman but prior to that this woman but you literally clung herself into this group of policemen and jumped on one and was punching down and two policemen who got hurt trying to pull this woman she was one helluva care trying to pull this woman off the other person that was on the bottom so it just goes to show them you know one person takes a video of what looks really bad and then another video comes out where it shows that there was if you don't contributing factors and mitigating factors to what occurred yeah well that's really does seem different than the video that's been circulating our last twenty four hours get to African American women don't sitting in their car doing nothing and saying other than maybe not following the rules of the what the police officers are asking them to get other car they're asking what for why and that's that was the story that we heard earlier and this seems like a completely different story that happened what would do you know what the time differences between that video we saw and this was it immediately before it you know I was M. E. I. I don't know whether it was immediately before immediately after the stop but I the way it looks to me it looked like it was immediately be up before they act and you got this music going from a source of assuming its writers and we are absolutely a transgendered by yeah okay that's what I thought it was a new you would not be bringing that up so I guess it is a it's an important point to make especially now when people go to social media and they see something that sometimes there are so quick to judge anybody for anything yeah well okay the the army has you by the police chase that so many people were were watching last night unfolding live on WGN TV and I agree with you that we can't be so close so quick to judge people but last night the police chase was captivating a lot of attention and it seemed to go farther than the I mean it started I think it Irving and like Cicero area over there came all the way to the south like south loop area and then went back north so many things in between that happened there from a police perspective it and you know the details the deep details on this hi what did you see there in in in terms of the police response what would you say what would you say was happening there they were chasing a stolen jeep where the driver was a suspect and named as a she shot and killed somebody and wounded a bunch of other people red denim by them they started to chase him well the chase one over hill over Dale went over everything then he ran into a gas station after he crashed and unfortunately a woman lost her life well then after he got into that gas station and jumped into that Nissan and he took off a sergeant or somebody called off the chase which is the proper thing to do because if we you know at some point the wrist to everybody else is stronger than you know you're going to find this guy eventually but even though he called off the chase the helicopter was on their wine or whatever they call it now and he was following this guy so it looks like you know the police were born north south at him as he was running back north but that the helicopter then identified worry was that on Pershing road in there like a trucking yard after he had gone over some railroad tracks he then crashed killed the cat the second car he stole then as he was running through the through the lack and from what I understand he got hung up on either Konstantinovna or barbed wire and that's how he got caught in the it only took him down and they brought him into the hospital I don't know what charges have been placed on what they have done or even if they get young man's out of the hospital yet but it was at almost an hour chase yeah it it's radically that woman lost her life total innocent bystanders in the midst of them we had to be extricated from their car by the fire department they were trapped in the car and they've got hurt so he is in you know we go ahead please we don't have a we have a policy in Chicago we don't caring people we don't have people we don't try to spend we don't surround them and slow down we don't ram on we don't have any of that we're not allowed to do any of that with our vehicles for various reasons all of which they have been one if you're chasing the guy because he ran a stop when we were young we change guys they ran a stop sign near try not whiners and it was after them it was but you know at the end of the chase it it you know somebody could get hurt unfortunately the more a young woman got killed and two policemen got hurt I know the mayor was asked about the decision to continue the chase from a police policy perspective can you explain to us why maybe that decision was made was that the right call that's going on but once once the once said that whoever called it off as the supervisor and call off the chase once he called off their chase now the cars are being directed by the helicopter to their mobile radios and they're telling me is going south on Pershing going eastbound Irving and wherever he's going south on lake shore drive so they'll just go adrift in that general direction they're not exactly in full pursuit of them because the helicopters got got him you know intent on their cameras so they know where you're at and they can just tell the police to worries that and mana ventrally when he crashed the car into the fence the police were able to surround the area where he was acting was no place to go but what's the rule on that do you continue to chase because he's a fleeing felon because because he had so many was neighborhood wanted for yourself okay you can change the playing talent a guide to murder and did things like that but once the supervisor says stop chasing now the media chase is stopped you know the fifty sixty eighty hundred mile an hour chase and stopped because the camera brown bear one has got this guy under surveillance and he can say okay he's gone south here the U. cars from the north come here and you know he the air one can coordinate all the other vehicles just around this guy it's just a well it was it's so sad the way that added so sad about what what what happened there and I just you know I know the mayor says saying that it's under investigation the police superintendent was asked about this afternoon and they're still looking into that yep in somebody continued to chase after they were ordered not to you know they violated the rules mmhm George what I want to mentioned that there's new police the police body cams that we've seen there as a transcript out and there there's some new details that have emerged from that I just want to ask your perspective on it but we're gonna pause here for just a second sergeant Pete stick around if you can and we're gonna will mention that in a couple other things going on here in the city plus we'll take your calls will go to the phone lines three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred what's on your mind something here in the show something you're.

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Chicago police officers under investigation in Brickyard Mall incident after video shows 2 women thrown to ground

Nick Digilio

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Chicago police officers under investigation in Brickyard Mall incident after video shows 2 women thrown to ground

"Several Chicago police officers are under investigation after video of an arrest surfaced it happened Sunday afternoon at the brickyard mall on the city's northwest tied officers in that video appeared to pull two women out of a car the suspects end up being thrown to the ground one is pinned to the ground with an officer's needy the Chicago police department says one woman was arrested in that incident says the the officers officers were were investigating investigating reports reports of of looting looting again again this this was was Sunday Sunday just just a a day day after after heavy heavy looting looting the the civilian civilian office office of of police police accountability accountability confirms confirms that that video video is is now now evidence evidence in Akobo investigation

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"brickyard mall" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"brickyard mall" Discussed on WTOP

"Of some police officers in Virginia's capital city Richmond Virginia police are denying accusations their officers spread on a protester who was handcuffed and sitting on the ground video of the incident has been widely shared on social media the police department says the officers were spitting on the grass and not on the detainee the incident follows outrage over Richmond police tear gassing protesters Jim chrysalis CBS news you may be feeling more stress right now after seeing protesters clashing with police the death of George Floyd and the pandemic's horrific death toll on the nation and that's on top of the disruption to our daily lives that has been caused by a coronavirus remember though there are ways to deal with this anxiety first don't over expose yourself to emotionally charged news says Dr Daniel Z. Lieberman professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at the George Washington University School of medicine and health sciences and author of the molecule of more you don't keep yourself informed it shouldn't take more than let's say forty five minutes a day he says people should try to keep to a schedule maintaining healthy daily routines are simply going to make them more resilient and more able to manage the stress other tips include getting outside maintaining social contact and talking with others about the tough issues of the day John Aaron WTOP news well this is interesting virtual reality video games are being used to help recovering cove in nineteen patients this is so exciting even before call of it there was so many situations when patients could not make it to that therapy appointments at Johns Hopkins hospital Dr Priti Robyn says the mind motion go gaming platform helps people with mobility issues it uses a monitor and camera to track performance the fifteen K. FF what kinds of movement problems the individual happiness it provides twenty.

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