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"bruce mirabella" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"bruce mirabella" Discussed on WGN Radio

"We have new details tonight palatine high school teachers is controversial Facebook post about black lives matter protesters submitted at retirement letter the teacher's post which was made after the end of the school year went public earlier this week after former students and parents raise some concerns in the wake of George Ford staff officials from the palatine Schaumburg high school district two eleven did launch an investigation into this they said racism or disrespect in any form will not be tolerated the teachers retirement must still be formally accepted by the board of education at its next meeting on June eighteenth the retirement ends the district's investigation and a man wanted for aggravated assault has turned himself into a southwest suburban police thirty three year old Joseph Colin Farrell Aurora allegedly pointed a handgun at another person during an apparent road rage incident here's a picture that we're looking at police say it happened on Tuesday morning at Boughton road in Brighton lane in Bolingbrook the person accidentally drove between two vehicles involved in a road rage situation that's when police say Colin arrow pointed the gun and that picture right there was taken by detainee at the dissipates county jail was attacked by other detainees the victim is identified as fifty one year old Bruce Mirabella he's serving two years in prison for attacking a grocery store bagger with special needs according to the sheriff's office the men were in a shared area watching TV coverage of the protests over the death of George Floyd one of the detainees apparently made a disparaging comment about president trump the sheriff's office says Mirabella replied by disparaging George Floyd the other detainees apparently kicked and punched Mirabella all employees at the field museum are mourning the death of a colleague who died from complications linked to covert nineteen thirty five year old Clinica Strozier got.

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"bruce mirabella" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"bruce mirabella" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Members that is contradicting to our constitution as a large he says members face discipline it could even be expelled if found siding with protesters while in uniform where life it was asked about the FOB president's comments I don't really think that we should credit those kinds of really unfortunate comments and I'm not going to dignify them with any further response you could hear the interview with the FOB president on our website at W. G. and radio dot com a new report by the city's inspector general criticizes the Chicago police department's record keeping the department routinely has difficulty finding records when they're requested by prosecutors for lawsuits or by those seeking records through a freedom of information act request claims the department doesn't currently have an efficient way to track all of the records it's required to maintain and that that is threatening people's right to a fair trial the IG's office says Taapsee PD brass agree with many of the report's findings and that they're working to improve the quality WGN news president trump is getting ready to hit the campaign trail said the first one in Tulsa Oklahoma that would be coming into Florida do a big one in Florida big one in Texas going to Arizona we're going to North Carolina at the appropriate times resident today also criticized North Carolina governor Roy Cooper and accused him of not giving an inch about crap capacities for the Republican National Convention in late August trump promised an announcement soon about relocating the convention to another city treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin says the U. S. economy will need more help to recover from the recession but the next round of support should be more targeted to the hardest hit parts of the economy testifying before the Senate small business committee today he said the administration planned to spend the next thirty days looking at what measures should go into the next bill university of Illinois campus is in Chicago and Springfield won't require applicants for twenty twenty one to take the ACT or SAT because of the pandemic disrupting the admissions process you're by trustees approved the proposal this afternoon the change will apply only to incoming freshmen at you I see and you I. S. who want to enroll in the fall of twenty twenty one I made a punched and kicked a special needs grocery store bagger in Bartlett was sentenced to two years in prison today fifty one year old Bruce Mirabella Bartlett was found guilty of a class three felony in March Mirabella who was convicted of reckless homicide in the nineties will be eligible for parole after serving half his sentence and now WGN sports here's Andy maser NASCAR will be waving the Confederate flag anymore it's been banned from all races of properties as of today moved coming two days after NASCAR's only black driver said there was no place for the fly in the sport Bubba Wallace calls it a symbol of slavery and racism will be racing tonight in Virginia and a car honoring black lives matter baseball commissioner rob Manfred said there is a hundred percent chance of big league ball this year Major League Baseball will make another proposal the players union Friday Medford vowed to order opening David Greenwood has not reached the Players Association made its second proposal yesterday asking for an eighty nine game regular season and one hundred percent of pro rated salaries the MLB draft is about to get underway the Tigers make the first selection of night white Sox on the board at number eleven the cubs pick at number sixteen just five rounds of the draft this year down from the usual forty south of hockey right here on the west side today several Blackhawks players return to fifth third arena for voluntary workouts as the initial open phase two of the return to play program this week Patrick Kane and Alex DeBrincat among those showing up today blackrock getting ready for the playoffs will be twelve of the western side of the west recovers that is when the playoffs begin next month and the PGA tourism new policies in place when he gets back underway tomorrow after three month layoff at the Charles Schwab challenge among them testing players and caddies recovered nineteen wiping off black sticks and rakes the first big result coming today though when the tour said no one has tested positive for the virus on the home of the Black Hawk struck western Wildcats and white Sox baseball Andy maser WGN sports your money on WGN the Dow closed down two hundred eighty two points today nasdaq up sixty sixty S. and P. five hundred down seventeen I'm Kim Gordon at Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN at.

"bruce mirabella" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"bruce mirabella" Discussed on WGN Radio

"St seasoned we experience every single year we believe that we've got a very good strong system in place to identify any issues often respond to them the current virus outbreak is picking up speed around the world it has spread to more than seventy five countries since emerging in China late last year in the US there have been eleven deaths the Chicago police department has acted on recommendations made by the civilian office of police accountability to strip to officers of their police powers interim police superintendent Charlie back calls their actions last week in a police involved shooting at the CTA's redlined grand station sub standard he says two investigations are now underway please port handles the administrative piece the investigation but then we are working with the yeah the state attorney and the FBI on the criminal side the man was shot is expected to recover all charges against him have been dropped I do page county judge convicted a man of aggravated battery against a jewel grocery bagger with special needs Bruce Mirabella was jailed immediately after the four hour bench trial yesterday back in July he was buying alcohol at the jewel on Stearns road in Bartlett when prosecutors say he punched and kicked the grocery bagger before leaving the store Mirabella is scheduled for sentencing on April the sixth the only council on women and girls has released its first report the chair of that committee lieutenant governor Juliana Stratton says they came up with fourteen recommendations including raising awareness about gender based violence and reducing rape kit backlogs across the state from two thousand.

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"bruce mirabella" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"bruce mirabella" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Often respond to them they're trying to virus outbreak is picking up speed around the world the flu like viruses spread to more than seventy five countries since emerging from China late last year worldwide more than thirty two hundred people have died mostly in China there are eleven confirmed deaths now here in the United States the Chicago police department has acted on recommendations made by the civilian office of police accountability and his trip to police officers have police powers interim police superintendent Charlie back calls their actions last week in a shooting on the CTA red line at the grand station sub standard he says two investigations are now underway please port handles the administrative fees the investigation but then we are working with the yeah the state's attorney and the FBI group also the man who was shot is expected to recover all charges against him have been dropped I do page county judge has convicted a man of aggravated battery against a jewel grocery bagger with special needs Bruce Mirabella was jailed immediately after a four hour bench trial yesterday back in July he was buying alcohol at the jewel on Stearns road in Bartlett when prosecutors say he punched and kicked the grocery bagger before leaving the store rebel is scheduled for sentencing on eight all six marijuana sales slipped a bit in their second month in Illinois we got some of the numbers now from WGN Steve per Tran the state says cannabis sales for February hit thirty four point eight million dollars with eight hundred thirty one thousand items sold February's a couple days shorter than January but still the numbers were down from thirty nine point two million in the first month of legal sales cannabis advisor toy Hutchinson says the numbers from February shows there continues to be a high demand for legal marijuana.

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"bruce mirabella" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"bruce mirabella" Discussed on WGN Radio

"In Lincoln Park Oakbrook terrace Orland park and Schomburg Chicago stories told twenty four seven on seven twenty WGN Chicago smarts bigger users just say play WGN radio and tune in with the news sponsored by town so financial hear speakers animation good morning everyone at sixty nine degrees on our way to eighty three today the testimony of Robert Muller the former special counsel continuing on Capitol Hill will it get back into that momentarily little bit later is have more developed but it develops from the house Judiciary Committee the US special counsel has told members of Congress that president trump but he's dismissing president trump's claim of total exoneration of from the Russia report a molar telling the lawmakers that is not what the Russia report says he says that investigators did not exonerate trump of extracted to obstruction of justice he made the statement in response to questions from the committee's chairman the Democrat Jerrold Nadler of Muller's reports as the investigation did not find sufficient evidence to establish charges of a criminal conspiracy between the current presidential campaign and a Russia it said investigators did not clear the trump campaign or trump himself of trying to obstruct justice you can listen to the full on interrupted defeat of the council of from councils testimony right now at WGN radio dot com a couple of local stories making news this morning bond has been set for a Bartlett man accused of punching a grocery store bagger with special needs WGN's Pam Jones reports fifty year old Bruce Mirabella faces an aggravated battery charge prosecutors say he went to the jewel Osco on stern's road in Bartlett to buy alcohol June twenty second just before ten PM the DU page county state's attorney's office as Maribel was.

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"bruce mirabella" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"bruce mirabella" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Three years log on C. L. seven dot com or call eight hundred four four two diet why would you try it eight hundred four four two thirty four thirty eight Chicago stories told twenty four seven on seven twenty WGN Chicago new balance Chicago brings to the news here's the basic good morning everyone at sixty four degrees with sunshine this morning may be on our way today to hide your eighty three Chicago police have been conducting background checks and keeping dossiers on residents who show up to speak at public police board meetings here's WGN's Vic phone may your life would calls it totally inappropriate says she didn't know anything about it but she sat on the police board prior to taking office so she wants to find out who authorized it the Tribune reports it uncovered the background checks after filing a freedom of information act request police superintendent Eddie Johnson says the departments no longer doing it he claims nothing was ever done with the findings of the checks Vic fallen WGN news Chicago police are investigating after a video showing multiple people beating a girl went viral the video shared on Twitter on Monday shows of Facebook report recording of several females hitting the teen in the south Chicago neighborhood fifteen year old victim is believed to have a mental disability she went missing following the attack before being found by friend yesterday and taken to the hospital in good condition a man is accused of punching and kicking a special needs grocery store bagger in Bartlett Bruce Mirabella is charged with aggravated battery in the incident which happened Monday at jul store on eastern's road prosecutors say Mirabello was buying alcohol in a checkout line when he attacked the worker he was ordered held on fifty thousand dollars bond the former special counsel in the Russia probe Robert Muller is expected to begin facing questions in about a half an hour or so from skeptical if not hostile Republicans during back to back hearings in the house Republican lawmakers have echoed president trump's long stated claim that the investigation was one sided Democrats on the house committees set question Miller and today and this afternoon this morning this afternoon hope Muller will make clear to TV viewers how trumps actions could be taken that's obstruction of justice seven twenty WGN will have live coverage of the molar hearings will bring you portions of it on the air and they'll be continuous coverage online at WGN radio dot com the reports this morning Porter Rico's governor is about to resign ABC news has not confirmed those reports but protesters last night seemed celebrate Tory under normal circumstances the secretary of state you're in Porter Rico would assume power but he's resigned in the wake of that propane group chat that was leaked now the secretary of justice would be the successor her justice department is investigating all twelve people in a group chat including the governor for the hundreds of thousands of Porter Ricans who have been protesting for more than a week now this cannot come soon enough ABC news correspondent Victor kendo in old San Juan.

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