35 Burst results for "CPS"

Dr. John Seago: Pro-Life Groups Promote Life-Affirming Services

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:25 min | 5 months ago

Dr. John Seago: Pro-Life Groups Promote Life-Affirming Services

"That there is a big responsibility for pro life groups now to amp up. And as we get into this election season, you know, wherever you start to see the real heavy pushes, you're going to start seeing more messaging, you're going to see clarification on what our laws actually do. But you're also going to see a bigger pro life message of groups like ours, you know, highlighting that we're not who the pearl abortion groups are trying to make us out to be, that we actually have been serving women for decades, and we're going to continue to do that. That these pro life groups actually promote life affirming services, whether it's medical or social through pregnancy centers and social services. So you are going to see that we're going to have to break some of these myths that the media and the left is trying to put out there about what it means to be pro life. They're going to try to paint us in the worst light, but we have a responsibility to show. No, these elected officials that works to ban abortions. They also worked to dedicate a $100 million to women's social services specifically for these populations to help these women overcome the barriers that they see whenever they're facing unexpected pregnancy, we have Republicans that are working on CPS reform that are working on adoption reform. They're doing great things, but they've been painted as these villains who are

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"cps" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:14 min | 8 months ago

"cps" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Doctors for providing it It's left Texas families scrambling Last month Kerry was referred to in New Orleans clinic The trip cost more than the surgery but Kerry says it was worth it He's so much more himself and who he has always been because of this because the surgeon stepped in and helped us Her son continues to get testosterone shots in Texas and that means her family is still at risk Earlier this month the Texas Supreme Court said CPS investigations could proceed Random mullinax resigned from CPS because of all of this She says it's a slippery slope Lots of medical treatments for kids have complicated side effects but they're still necessary Because chemotherapy can cause irreparable damage to children and their reproductive organs depending on what kind of cancer they have She says families and doctors usually make those decisions Mullinax calls the state intervention political It's a dangerous territory I think for the government to be trampling on Gender affirming healthcare is approved by major medical associations and doctors and families say it's lifesaving which is why the genesis clinic in Dallas is currently in litigation The clinic's lead doctor jimena Lopez says she was forced to shut down because the governor pressured her bosses A court order temporarily allowed genesis to reopen earlier this month yesterday a judge extended it Attorney charla aldus represents Lopez and says scores of new patients have sought care in the last few weeks Many of them are suicidal Because they've been waiting to get in and it's been delayed treatment Aldous says patients feel the weight of the investigations too And they're afraid because of the CPS investigation It is really really traumatized Families that have already been marginalized While the decision on genesis is good news for trans families gender affirming care in Texas is still precarious Parents throughout the state remain unsure if they'll be able to get the care of their kids need back in Austin Kerry expects families will continue to go the distance I can guarantee you that a parent of a transgender kid is not going to just sit here and go well sorry honey you don't get your hormones anymore So sorry the governor said no we're not those kind of parents We're fighters Gary says one thing you shouldn't do in Texas is poke a mama bear For.

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"cps" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:17 min | 8 months ago

"cps" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Providing it It's left Texas family scrambling Last month Kerry was referred to in New Orleans clinic The trip cost more than the surgery but Kerry says it was worth it He's so much more himself and who he has always been because of this because the surgeon stepped in and helped us Her son continues to get testosterone shots in Texas and that means her family is still at risk Earlier this month the Texas Supreme Court said CPS investigations could proceed Random mullinax resigned from CPS because of all of this She says it's a slippery slope Lots of medical treatments for kids have complicated side effects but they're still necessary Because chemotherapy can cause irreparable damage to children and their reproductive organs depending on what kind of cancer they have She says families and doctors usually make those decisions Mullinax calls the state intervention political It's a dangerous territory I think for the government to be trampling on Gender affirming healthcare is approved by major medical associations and doctors and families say it's lifesaving which is why the genesis clinic in Dallas is currently in litigation The clinic's lead doctor jimena Lopez says she was forced to shut down because the governor pressured her bosses A court order temporarily allowed genesis to reopen earlier this month Yesterday a judge extended it Attorney charla aldus represents Lopez and says scores of new patients have sought care in the last few weeks Many of them are suicidal Because they've been waiting to get in And it's been delayed treatment All this says patients feel the weight of the investigations too And they're afraid because of the CPS investigation It is really really traumatized Families that have already been marginalized While the decision on genesis is good news for trans families gender affirming care in Texas is still precarious Parents throughout the state remain unsure if they'll be able to get the care of their kids need back in Austin carry expects families will continue to go the distance I can guarantee you that a parent of a transgender kid is not going to just sit here and go well sorry honey you don't get your hormones anymore So sorry the governor said no we're not those kind of parents We're fighters Carrie says one thing you shouldn't do in Texas is poke a mama bear For NPR news and Austin I'm.

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"cps" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:42 min | 11 months ago

"cps" Discussed on WGN Radio

"CPS students are expected to start even earlier in August in the new school year WGN sports the bulls we Toronto one 1399 at the UC exhibition baseball the cubs feet Cincinnati three to two the socks over the Dodgers 8 6 WGN traffic good news no major problems to report at this hour Speed may be to blame for a deadly crash tonight on the south side of the city police say just before 8 p.m. of a and traveling at a high rate of speed hit a tree near 55th and reigning in Washington park Police say a man and a woman died two other people were rushed to University of Chicago medical center in critical condition We'll CPS is proposing a start deed of Monday August 22nd for the 2022 23 school year The district says calendar alliance more closer to the academic calendars of suburban school districts and local colleges and universities The first day of school for this academic year was August 30th That was a shift from the usual start date of the Tuesday after Labor Day Senior White House administration officials say Congress should provide the 22 and a half billion that President Biden wants for a continuing the battle against COVID-19 without cutting other programs to pay for it The remarks coming nearly two weeks after a new round of COVID-19 funding was pulled out of a one and a half $1 trillion government wide measure after rank had filed Democrats rejected cuts at party leaders had negotiated to pay for.

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"cps" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"cps" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The CPS and CTU have not yet come to terms on an agreement meeting the union's demands for COVID safety in the city schools So CPS CEO Pedro Martinez said about this for classes Thursday Right now when I'm looking at what's happening with our staff where they're being discouraged from coming to our buildings we have no choice but to cancel classes tomorrow We have no we've already sent another notice to families Mayor lightfoot says she's disappointed that we're back to the same fight with the union over safety adding that the safety safest place for Chicago school children is in the school CTU vice president Stacy Davis Gates though tells Chicago's afternoon news they want the health protocols met in all schools We really want to make sure that folks know that we are trying to be in partnership The person in charge has been reluctant to lead And that's our mayor Meanwhile all schools in Elgin area unit district 46 will be open today That's the word from the superintendent last night 5 schools were close earlier this week due to COVID cases and staffing shortages School officials are urging parents to keep children home if they have any COVID symptoms Is Cook County's proof of vaccine mandate a good idea Cook County seeing ten to 12,000 new COVID cases every day doctor Rachel Rubin of Cook County health And that's enormous So it's creating enormous strains on our public health operations but I mean our hospitals and our clinics and so we needed to do something to try to get people in the best safest situations as possible Doctor Rubin says it's people from teens to those around 40 who still haven't gotten vaccinated and they're the ones who go out more than other age groups The mandate requires customers of indoor settings including bars and restaurants the show proof of vaccination Governor pritzker is working remotely through the weekend after coming into contact with the state employee who tested positive for COVID the governor is fully vaccinated and boosted and he tested negative yesterday but with the variant spreading across the state the governor's office says he wants to be on the safe side Firefighters gathered on a block long stretch of cottage grove avenue last night as they waited to enter a chat and funeral home one by one Mike Lowe reports With an American flag overhead.

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Caller Dave Describes the Chaos of Chicago Schools Closing Due to COVID

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:42 min | 1 year ago

Caller Dave Describes the Chaos of Chicago Schools Closing Due to COVID

"Your perspective as somebody in Chicago about what the teachers union has done to the school system in Chicagoland. 806 5 5 Mike. 806 5 5 6 four 5 three. Apparently Dave is in Chicago. Hasn't been screened yet for some reason, but I'll take it. Hey, Dave, how are you? Hello, can you hear me? Loud and clear, you're in Chicago? Yes, I am. Two kids in Chicago, public schools. My gosh. And discussed it with this. I mean, I'm fortunate enough that my kids are old enough that they can stay home by themselves. I have to go to work on a single father. My kids live with me. And these other parents, what are they doing? Right. We didn't find out last night. I didn't get a text message from CPS until 1130 last night saying there will be no classes this morning. And then I got the robocall. It's 6 15 this morning saying there's gonna be no classes. How many people how can people all of a sudden just change their totally upend their lives? I mean, honest to goodness, Dave, am I, am I being melodramatic? You think I'm exaggerating when I say that COVID is absolutely the gift that keeps on giving to the left. These people. Oh my God. They use COVID for everything. COVID has become the nationwide excuse for anguish and for pain inflicted on American on the American people. I'm so sick of it. Absolutely true. And they're using it and they're using it to just scoop up as much power and control. You better believe everybody. That's what it's all about, Matt. It's what it's all about, Dave, thank you very much. I'm sorry you've gone through that. Can you

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Rep. Mary Miller Discusses the Slippery Slope of Gender Politics

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:06 min | 1 year ago

Rep. Mary Miller Discusses the Slippery Slope of Gender Politics

"She's an American representing the 15th congressional district of Illinois, Congress, woman, Mary Miller, welcome back to America first. Why thank you. I hope that I inspire regular people. Well, this is what we're all about. I don't want to hang out with politicians. I don't want politicians on my show. I once citizens who just happened to do a little bit of politics and you're a perfect exemplar. Let's talk about that very disturbing video out of Chicago. This is from the public schools authority that have embraced the insanity of gender politics play cuts. Unchanged that will be implemented this school year relates to our school bathrooms and compliance with new federal guidelines all CPS students and staff will have fair and equitable access to bathroom facilities that align with their gender identity. We will be providing all schools with updated signage that makes our bathrooms more inclusive. It will identify the fixtures available in each restroom and make it clear that all restrooms are open for use by anyone who feels comfortable. Staph will continue to have staff only restrooms available to them. This is an incredibly important step to increase gender equity for all, which is why we will be requiring all schools to post this signage by December 1st of this school year. Now, Mary, I grew up in the UK for me. That's a Monty Python skit from 40 years ago. Fair and equitable. Don't we just need a men's and a women's toilet? Yeah, it's outrageous. What's happening? But no doubt that they're doing this to be in compliance with the federal guidelines, and I've been having a back and forth on the education committee with the secretary cordona and he sent out a memo to all public schools saying that if you state that there's two genders you are guilty of harassment, which means to actually set harassment harassment, which means teachers and other staff can lose their jobs over this, students can be disciplined for saying there's two genders. So my question to him is, if there aren't too genders, how many genders

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"cps" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"cps" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"CPS CEO Pedro Martinez with my guest, Paul Vallis and the reporter Roundtable on connected to Chicago Sunday night at seven on WLS. There are things liberals say. Then there is reality. Find out the difference here, Dan Bongino show. So I'm hearing some really troubling information from friends of mine in Both Florida and in Washington, D. C. You know, the Biden administration is trying to stop The delivery of monoclonal antibodies to the state of Florida. They want to ration them out. Essentially, Florida needs a certain amount. The Biden administration has gotten in the way now. Now what I'm hearing is, this is really troubling stuff. I'm hearing they're doing it to stockpile a bunch of antibodies. For Northeastern states largely run by Democrats that are about to get a surge of the delta variant. Given that the winter is coming, and people tend to be indoors more And that they don't want to make these Northern states look bad. And if they take the monoclonal antibodies now from Rhonda Sanderson, Florida because he implemented the policy, and now the numbers in Florida been dropping like Iraq. Then it will stop the Santas and his people from Saying, Hey, look, listen, this this work Look what we did. That's how sick these people are. More on that in a second run to Santa's fought back against this here, so coming up in the second, he only 22% of homeowners refinance their homes in the.

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"cps" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"cps" Discussed on 790 KABC

"And I'm telling you that CPS might have violated federal statues here. Mm. The judges the jurisdiction because it was all like a big proceeding. Rubber stamp judges and the judge in New York has strong ties to California. She was in the foster care system. I read her bio. I'm not going to call no names on the air. But you know in my mind is it's a potential conflict of interest. Is she in Gramick of her path or what? But in the meantime, my grandchild got a sucker unnecessary. Separation from the only family he knew. And what can we do about it? Well, you've asked a couple questions. Let me try to answer them in order you, you ask first. Is it legal for the judge in New York to send the child back to California? She? The judge has the power to do that under the UCC J. E. A That doesn't mean it was the right decision. Okay, but she does have that power. The second question is, what should you do? Well, if the child is a is a dependent of the California court. You should find an attorney in California. And try to get representation. Have the child placed with one of you as a relative placement or someone in your family. Because you're right. The child should not be in foster care If they're that many will. It was out there who could take him into their custody. I know it only I know this sounds so easy for me to say. But that's really what the law is. Now. The hard part is the implementation because, you know, I tell I told George at this this past week, you know, everybody in these CPS cases has their own agenda. Everybody. Right? Not just you. Not just the parents, but the Children's attorney. The social worker, the social workers boss, the E. R. A Everybody's got their own agenda. So you need to get representation and get into court and demand that the child replaced with a relative. Mm. Even in New York state. I mean, because that's the whole issue is the distance between You know, California into here, But like I said, basically, their job was already done. So I understandings of business, and I understand we're all business people. I'm a commercial venture of myself, but I'm not their customer, and neither is my family, and neither is the name and when A movement begins. That that will. That ain't afraid to confront them, then that's going to be on them because It wasn't right. What they did. The child was bonded with his family. Everything and I don't understand. I mean, I mean, Something. They are what I read. What are let me jump in here for a second. We're going to assume that everything you said is correct. Now what? And so what? What are you going to do? Do you want to be right or you want to get this kid back? Oh, I want to get the child back. Okay, Great because they're not the same thing. Now the judge has done something. Now you have to react and do what you have to do. All right, and you got to talk to California attorney. You've got to find out where this kid is, and file the appropriate motions and petitions and paperwork to get this in front of a judge. In California. I mean what you said Los Angeles County Los Angeles County Department and so mother a park. Okay? Yeah. Monarch, Edmund Edelson Courthouse. Okay, so that's what you gotta do. Where are you located? I live in Rochester, New York, sir. How they've been Rochester. But the point is making is I read the laws on this. The child resided. I have the child of my insurance. We have all of his medical appointments, he resided. He came here with the intent to reside. But, sir what? I'm what I'm telling you is I understand all of that. That's water under the bridge. I'm sorry. That's water under the bridge. You can sue them later. But you got to get this child back. And the only way you're gonna get the child back. Get a California attorney. Go to court file The appropriate pet petitions motions there. My attorney's office is going to be Vincent Davis. I'm gonna tell the world that right now I'm just working on things to get that kill officer. Okay, what you're doing? All right. We'll give us a call. Thank you for your service to appreciate you. Okay. All right. Thank you for calling. Thank you for listening. We're going to have to take a break. Right now. This is the secret how to fight Child Protective Services in wind will be back with more stories and more questions. After these messages. You're listening to how to fight CPS and win with Attorney Vincent Davis on Talk Radio 7, 90 K. ABC to call into the show. Live with your questions or comments dial 800 to 2 to 5 to 2 to That's 800 to 2 to 5 to 22 or 800, ABC K. ABC. Don't go away. Vince will be right back after the short messages. You hear that? Knock on the door. That's child protective services and the police. Now I know you're standing there wondering what the hell did I do? Panic sets in. You don't know what your legal rights are. You don't even know if you're going to jail. You don't know what is going On. I want to introduce you to the law offices of Vincent W. Davis at 88 88 65 82, their advocates for the rights of parents, grandparents and guardians and juvenile dependency Court losing a child to a DCFs, CPS social worker based on an anonymous call complaint or your ex spouse..

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"cps" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

09:07 min | 1 year ago

"cps" Discussed on 790 KABC

"I'm during this evening by my two co host, Miss Erin Carranza and Miss Georgia Truman. Both are up and coming social media stars in the CPS world. You both do Facebook shows during the week. I think Erin shows on Tuesday and George it has a show regarding relatives placement Children with relatives on Wednesday. They're both at seven P.m. Pacific time right here on Facebook on several different channels and on YouTube. Alright, ladies, let's take another call. Let's talk to kindle Kindle from Texas is kendo. Did you have a story to tell or question to ask? A little bit of both. Go ahead. So seven months ago, my daughter my newborn daughter was taken. And yes, I left her with my mom for a weekend so I could go and have a girls' night with all my other mom. Friends. We were all taken a break from our kids. Normal, right? So my last weekend before I actually came back to California because I used to live out there. Um So I got a phone call from my cousin telling me Hey, your daughter is covered in bruises. Mind you. I know nothing about it. So I confront my mom and I get a first like class ticket right back like I went out of state for just the weekend. And, um Get there, and CPS was waiting with a warrant with the police detective, um, for abuse, they said my daughter suffered several fractures to her skeleton at three months old. Oh, my God said it was abused. It was it was traumatizing for all of us. And my mom would not answer any of my questions. But they took my baby before we can leave. Whenever she got discharged. CPS already had it. And I've been stuck in Texas for seven months fighting a case that I literally don't have the answers to the worker has asked me many times, I asked them What do I do to show you that I'm innocent, and also that I'm not guilty of anything and that I'm the best place for my daughter. The father is in the picture. As far as DNA testing goes, but he's done none of the services. He has done. Absolutely nothing. He doesn't reach out to his lawyer. He doesn't show up for court. Nothing. I don't really care. Um, So the whole problem is so worker gives me answers. And like, you know, big, big answers like he says, alleviate the cause of the removal And I'm like, Okay, what was the cause I wasn't here. I don't know. How can you make me alleviate the problem that I didn't see? Have already learned to cut my mother off. What else do you want? You know, and they were, like alleviate because of the removal and then you will see what we do, and it's like it's never a straight answer. And I have been traumatized by CPS my whole life as a child. And I've been working really hard to be a much better mother than my mother ever was. I tried to give her the benefit of the doubt. I saw that her vehicle had extensive damage from a car accident. And it was not reported and it matched with the bruises on my daughter. As jihad bruises from her car seat buckle. And this hospital called it abuse. They labeled it abuse and called CPS. They took my baby from me. And I've been fighting ever since. And I am terrified that I'm gonna lose because they just don't listen to me. They don't I know my rights and they don't like it. My lawyer. She's all right. Um, but she's kind of a B word. She doesn't listen very well. She cuts me off mid sentence tells me Listen, you're doing fine. They're doing perfectly cool. You know, just keep doing what you're doing. Let's get this baby home. I have no idea what I'm doing. I'm in the dark all the time. Wow. Let me ask you something. Have you had your What they call jurisdictional and disposition all hearing No, the the attorney. We were going to have the what's called the In here in Texas. It's called called An Adversary hearing. Uh And it's pretty much you know the disposition and like the reason for taking them and how I can make my case it's almost like an instant trial. Um, It's literally scheduled two weeks after detention, And the thing is, I've been in Texas this whole time. I've been forced to abandon my life in California as well as my other child. Being with his father. I can't see my other child in person have to do it on video. And, um, there was a winter storm. The pit down here called Hurricane Yuri. And it cut off all the power. Nobody could get anything. The phones were working Nothing so my baby was lost in a winter storm. Nobody could even come see me to tell me it was all right. I'm shaking right now. Sorry, but I've been fighting for seven long months and they just they haven't given me any court dates except to And those two court days where, um, just progress hearings. To see where I'm at in my services. I've done everything. If this if Them. If it wasn't her fault. It was the grandmothers fault per perfect How can they take the baby and then say, alleviates the circumstances which caused the removal and she has she's not. The mothers, grandmothers, not my life anymore. How? How can they not give her to her daughter or placed her with other relatives? They placed her with family friends. Okay, I know. I got two of them. Keep foster care. Okay? Do you get along with those friends? Yeah, we text she calls me. She updates me. She's a very close friend of my dad's. So here's the thing and and I'm going to refer you to Texas attorney That's been on the show, and he's done a couple YouTube videos with me on the YouTube channel. His first name is Matthew. And I'm embarrassed because I can't think of his last name. Our producer. Judy is watching the show, man. Matthew hair is Matthew Harris. Yes. Do you know what city is in? Yes. In Lubbock, Texas. I have his phone number. Lubbock is really farm in Houston. Well, I'm further so let's get his telephone number, right? My daughter, California native That's why I'm calling in for you because Our entire family on her dad's side is over there in California. I lived nine years there. I lived in l A. Okay, but I want you to call Matthew and talk to him about your case. What's the number there? Georgia? Um, it's 806. 702 4852 Okay. Matthew Herod. Yeah, He's really in my opinion. He's a good guy. He knows exactly what's going on. He knows how to do the CPS cases. He's an ex and what you mean about the the alleviate the cauldron where they took her from me. At first, they called it they first They tried to get me for abuse because the hospital was dead wrong and their diagnosis. Saying that the injuries were 2 to 32 to three weeks old. But from what I gathered from the doctor that it takes about 6 to 9 weeks for hairline fractures to heal. And, um, it took it took that long after she was taken for them to heal. And now my daughter is suffering from disabilities. Corner syndrome to be exact. And they're trying to pin that on me as well. But I proved to them multiple times that my daughter was born with the drooping eyelid. She was born with that she's always had a drooping eyelid and she's 10 months old. Now she can't sit independently She get cross in the hold, Understand? Hold on SEC, my engineer. Is telling me we have to take a break. What I want you to do is I'm what you'd call Matthew Harris. Your problem is I know, you know. Tuesday, maybe. Your problem is this They haven't eliminated you as a suspect for causing the injuries. And Aaron. That's why she doesn't have her Children. All right. She's telling us the story that and we believe her that she didn't do it. But social workers don't believe it yet. And I want you to call Matthew Harris and want you to tell them that I told you to call him and hopefully you can call us back in three or four weeks and give us an update. This is thank you for calling and thank you for listening. This is the secret how to fight Child Protective Services. And when will be back with more calls Right After these messages? You're listening to how to fight CPS and win with Attorney Vincent Davis on talk Radio 7 90 K. ABC to call into the show. Live with your questions or comments dial 800 to 2 to 5 to 22..

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"cps" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"cps" Discussed on 790 KABC

"At CPS are guardians and angels. Mhm run, And then once you're in the position like me, you're like, Oh, my God was happening. And so your family start to turn their back on you and it is probably the worst. We're going to take a quick messages right here will be back after these messages. Dan Bongino life weekdays nine to noon. This is amazing. Okay, bc money Sunday will mark one week since hurricane item made landfall as a Category four storm and nearly a half a million people are still waiting for their power to come back on power Company Energy gave an update on where things stand Saturday at the height of the outages around a million or more customers were in the dark. As of this afternoon, That number had dropped to under 470,000 that includes some 138,000 customers in New Orleans. This Labor Day weekend finds the nation dealing with four times as many covid 19 cases at As this time last year, and the CDC is warning those who haven't been vaccinated. That travel is not a good idea. NBC's Tom Costello has more from the beaches to Broadway to baseball street festivals to barbecues. Covid caution is back more indoor mask requirements and fewer people taking that last summer weekend getaway 62% of the population has received at least one dose of the vaccine. But with the rapidly spreading Delta variant hospitalizations are twice as high as they were like..

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Matthew Mindler, "Our Idiot Brother" Actor, Has Died at 19

How to Fight CPS and Win

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Matthew Mindler, "Our Idiot Brother" Actor, Has Died at 19

"NEWS? Former child actor Matthew Mind alert is dead, his body found days after he was reported missing from his Pennsylvania College. The 19 year old mind. Lor is best known for his work on the 2011 film Our Idiot brother with Paul. His body was found near Millersville University in Lancaster County, where he attended as a freshman. Cause of death has not been

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How to Get Chicago Kids to School Is Latest Pandemic Headache

John Landecker

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

How to Get Chicago Kids to School Is Latest Pandemic Headache

"Chicago area school districts are dealing with yet another hurdle with kids heading back to the classrooms, and that is a shortage of bus drivers. A lot of drivers retired during the pandemic or have decided because of the virus. They're not going to come back. Here's WGN's Megan Dwyer. School bus companies are now competing with uber Grubhub and Amazon to get drivers and they are finding they just can't compete despite offering incentives like signing bonuses and free healthcare. With CPS going back to school next week. The fear is the district shortage is going to be severe. W. G M reached out to CPS asking for information on their transport plan, but they have not

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"cps" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"cps" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"City. And on top of it any time they talk about bringing in some kind of safety measure, the board does comply. Only do we do receive the stop, But then they make the bar go higher, So they keep moving. The goal post is the term, right? Yeah, that is or do you feel like schools are safe right now that we could safely open the schools? Absolutely. I mean, I We have been through training. We've been explained. We have had Webinars explaining what we need to do as teachers what we need to do for our students. Our measures are very clear. It's ridiculous. What on the union is doing. It's a a shame and it keeps changing and I really believe they don't have Children's best interests. Well, I can tell you that ahead of time, by the way, you know, And I say this to you, and I'm guessing you remember the union. The reason that you don't have the Children's concerns is none of the kids are members of the union. Last time I checked, I have another question for you again as you Are getting ready. I'm assuming to get back into school as a as a teacher inside CPS. Um, where do you come down on the in person? Learning versus distance learning. We've heard back and forth so on it as a teacher, Um can you explain to us Maybe the differences that you're seeing at least in how kids respond. You know it's a world of difference and there if there's no measure to being in person, um, I can tell.

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The Alice Todd Child Abuse Case

Today in True Crime

02:38 min | 1 year ago

The Alice Todd Child Abuse Case

"The minute forty seven year old. Tina chevelle walked into the hospital with a two year old child. Employees were suspicious. The toddler was badly bruised and the mother seemed to dodge every question lobbed at her all shabas told the staff was that her child needed medical care but when she was asked to produce documentation she changed her story she clarified that she was the adoptive parent not the biological mother. The case grew even stranger when chavez claimed she couldn't provide any proof she had legally adopted the child either. There was no longer any question. Something unusual was definitely going on. The woman's story was inconsistent and concerning the hospital called the police and notified child protective services. Cps determined that because chavez couldn't prove she had legal custody a relative should take care of the child while police looked into the matter with that the investigation into tina. Chevy's began shabbat. Lived in thomas phil north carolina with her husband vison zeo mendoza romero both in claimed to have custody of the child but neither of them had the paperwork to prove it. The police started to suspect they'd stumbled upon a case of illegal adoption. The phenomenon is more common than the average person might expect. Adoption is a practice as old as civilization itself. But for most of its history. The institution was specifically designed to meet the needs of the parents rather than the children. It wasn't until the mid eighteen hundreds when people in power started to reconsider the practice treating children like ponds and adult games in eighteen fifty one massachusetts past the adoption of children act the first law that codified modern adoption essentially. The state was empowered to determine whether the arrangement with the parent was beneficial to the child before this legislation. That question was largely deemed irrelevant. Nowadays adoption is a complicated legal process. And it's that way by design. If there no neutral party involved people could easily trade their children for money or other goods there would be no safeguards guaranteeing that the children grow up in healthy environments. So when the police in thomas ville north carolina opened their investigation on tina chavez. They had one concern on their minds whether their arrangement was good for the toddler or if it was even legal at all

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"cps" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"cps" Discussed on 790 KABC

"You might want all the the federal agency, the U. S Department of Justice in your area, the civil rights division. And from what I understand somebody recently told me that in Oregon, um so perhaps this is up the same all over the country that You know, there are now small divisions or departments within the Justice Department and the civil rights Division that work on nothing but these cases The CPS cases because you know you're talking about hundreds of thousands of people complaining and feeling that they their Children have been stolen. Somebody's got to listen. So you have to make these complaints. All right. Okay, uh, All right. Um, now my youngest daughter, the one he told me If I didn't find over my right I'll never have a chance with her. Well, I didn't know we're only trial now about her. We have like everything done Besides this, uh, domestic class, but we are engaged. Is there any way that trial would be able to win? Beware engaged in that class and we have everything else done and we've been clean and sober. Lot of drop clean and stuff. Great. So the answer is, you know, Yes, but that's something you're gonna have to talk to your attorney about. You guys got to get together. You have to form a strategy. Go over the stories over the evidence. Decide which witnesses? You're going to subpoena to court. What exhibits that you're going to subpoena the court. And, you know, come up with a plan and implement that plan, okay? Like character witnesses. I don't know in your state about character evidence, but it could be just witnesses two different things, but you've got to talk to your attorney. Okay, My public defender, he said he's never seen anyone went to trial on this type of stuff. So I don't know if he's not working with me and what? Yeah, we'll sit down and try to talk to him. Angel. I want to thank you for calling and thank you for listening to our show. Call us back in three or four weeks and give us an update after your trial. Let us know what's going on. Okay? Okay. Thank you. And don't forget the complaint with the Department of Health and Human Services and the U. S. Justice Department. Okay, department. Okay, I got the U. S. Justice System Department, Health and human Services. Department of Health and Human Services. That's right, Angel Angel. Thank you.

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AMD's New CPU Socket Just Leaked

The WAN Show Podcast

02:05 min | 1 year ago

AMD's New CPU Socket Just Leaked

"Man. Do you remember when it was intel. Cpu launches were exciting. Yeah you also remember when. Cps weren't like absolute massive chagas. I was actually expecting you to say no. Because it's been a while why i mean that's true. It's such a weird flip. Remember the twenty six hundred k. Okay like if you if you look back it when you and i started working together which was old longtime over ten years now we we have flipped from all intel news to all. Amd news base basically. It's been such a long time. You think that at least some point in their it would essentially be a time where it was like really notably both and we had a little bit of that. Crossover here there. But it's pretty much just been all intel news or all. Amd news really weird. Yeah we're in the amd era and this is according to a leak from executed fix. Who apparently has a pretty good track record with. Amd leaks that the upcoming amd am five socket will be lga seventeen eighteen. So this'll be similar to most intel and all of amd's threader processors in that instead of using pins on the bottom of the cpu and then little holes in the socket on the motherboard going to use pads on the cpu and then a landlord array of pins in the motherboard itself. So we've actually got a display. Capture this images from at you fix. Cbs's ono now. I've moved other things. That's okay there. We go supposedly this is what. Am five rafael will look like from the bottom. That's right you're seeing it here. I unless you follow at excu exceed exceed q fix on twitter. That's all one thousand seven hundred and eighteen pens

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A Big Recall for Peloton

Talking Tech

02:00 min | 1 year ago

A Big Recall for Peloton

"There was a big recall news this week right. That's right and it was a bit unusual and involving peleton and the co founder and ceo. John fully apologize twice about the situation. What apparently happened was last month. The consumer product safety commission warned consumers with small children. Children are pets to stop using the tread. Plus treadmill after. The fitness company reported a child's death linked to the product but peleton refused to issue a recall of its own at the time and then it opted to do so this week and quit selling the tread plus treadmill and the tread treadmill which had not been widely available in the us but was being sold primarily in uk and canada now overall the voluntary recall coverage about one hundred twenty five thousand tread plus products and one thousand fifty tread devices in the us now owners of the tread plus treadmill which the price of it starts about forty. Three hundred dollars can return the product or they can contact peleton to how the company paid a move. The device to another room supposedly. That'd be a room where children pets wouldn't get near the product and pelivan plans to send a software update in the next few days to tread plus treadmills with a digital pimco. That can be used to lock the device and unlock it. So after you use it it'll automatically lock and then you need a lock diviners correctly. It's also working on modifications to the product. Now the cps see the commission said it had received seventy two reports people. Pets are objects quote being pulled under the rear of the treadmill including twenty nine reports of injuries to children such as second and third degree abrasions. Broken bones and lacerations in quote as for the tread treadmill peleton notified the commission last week about a defect involving a loose touchscreen that can become detached from the device. There have been six reports of the touchscreen falling off but no injuries in the us.

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D.C. Leaders Consider Whether to Keep Police in Schools

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

D.C. Leaders Consider Whether to Keep Police in Schools

"Public is speaking out about the presence of police officers in D C. Public schools and district leaders are listening. D. C. Police Reform Commission's recommendation of eliminating the school safety division is wrong. Eastern High School Assistant principal Benjamin Davis shared the story of a student who's freshman year at the school was turned around when she saw her school resource officers from middle school and they sat mediations with her and took an interest in our life. From her success. The young lady that I'm speaking of has not missed a day of classes toward a teacher, Mary Bala testified. All police should be removed from schools. Having police presence in house does not facilitate de escalation or foster a safe learning space. The CPS oversees the school Resource officer program. Lindsay Walton, with the council chairman's office says it remains to be seen if any council members create legislation based on issues raises the public hearing.

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Chicago Public High School Teachers Refuse to Return to Classroom

Bob Sirott

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Chicago Public High School Teachers Refuse to Return to Classroom

"School teachers, They're refusing to return to the classroom. For next week's restarted in person learning unless the school district develops a plan to do it safely. The union's House of delegates has voted to hold off on teachers returning tomorrow ahead of students to prepare classrooms. It's similar to what happened earlier this year before younger students returned. Since then, CPS has worked to vaccinate all teachers who want the shot union now wants any surplus to go to students and families and communities most impacted by covert 19. CTU President Jesse Sharkey make the reopening plan makes sense, make it safe and and if we do not see that the members of the speech you're not going back into buildings and those condition. Negotiations between CPS and the union are ongoing. Only 36% of high school students have opted for in person learning. And now with community

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Chicago sets April 19 target return date for high school students

Chris Plante

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Chicago sets April 19 target return date for high school students

"Are in area hospitals with non life threatening injuries. Chicago Public schools plans to keep April 19th as the date high school students in the city will returned in person learning this despite the Chicago Teachers union, asking for a week delay due to the uptick in cases among young people. CPS CEO Janice Jackson. We feel strongly that this phase damn process has worked, and we're going to continue to do that. On did we also wanted people to know that it is a collaborative process. There is a different tone and tenor than itwas during the first set of negotiations around this, and I think that that I hope that that's comforting to parents. Our goal is to have each individual staff member vaccinated by the end of March. Jackson also says at least

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Innovative Express Care Misallocated 6,000 Vaccine Doses In Chicago

Bob Sirott

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Innovative Express Care Misallocated 6,000 Vaccine Doses In Chicago

"One dose. Chicago officials are no longer providing the covert vaccine to a private health clinic contracted to vaccinate employees of Chicago public schools. This over allegations they knowingly miss allocated 6000 doses. The city's health department says innovative express care took some of the vaccines that have been set aside for second doses for CPS staffers and instead used them for first doses. Non

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Teachers’ discrimination lawsuit over Chicago Public Schools turnarounds cleared for trial

Bob Sirott

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

Teachers’ discrimination lawsuit over Chicago Public Schools turnarounds cleared for trial

"Civil rights lawsuit filed against Chicago public schools nearly a decade ago, has been cleared for trial yet alleges discrimination against black teachers. Vivid L. Browns of former CPS teacher says he and his colleagues always received good reviews, but they were all released retired. No other choice but to leave CPS. It was a shame. I don't know why good teacher couldn't make it a CPS. I don't know how hard I work. The deck was stacked against me. And African American teachers Lawsuit claims CPS targeted predominantly black teachers at campuses on Chicago's south and West side for so called turnarounds. That's when a school district lays off the entire faculty at a low performing school and replaces it with an entirely new staff trial. They could be set in the next hearing, which is on April 8th. Ah, woman is dead. A

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Chicago Halts Vaccine to Innovative Express Care After More Than 6K Doses ‘Misallocated'

John Howell

01:00 min | 2 years ago

Chicago Halts Vaccine to Innovative Express Care After More Than 6K Doses ‘Misallocated'

"Department of Public Health has stopped sending vaccine to a second provider Bill Cameron says this one was contracting to vaccinate CPS employees. City else's innovative express care knowingly misallocated more than 6000 doses of vaccine, including using vaccine allocated for second doses for first dose appointments instead. Completely unacceptable behavior, says public health care, Mr Ellison are ready to my priority is getting Chicago vaccinated and making sure that if we have providers who are not I performing in ways that meet our efficiency equity on degenerate goals around vaccination. They won't be vaccine providers for us right now, New providers are taking over CPS vaccinations. No camera in the 8 $90 their last names. Those with vaccination appointments tomorrow will be rescheduled for the near future. Those appointments from Thursday and after will be vaccinated. At the same high school where they were originally scheduled.

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Chicago school renamed after Harriet Tubman | State and Regional

Bob Sirott

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Chicago school renamed after Harriet Tubman | State and Regional

"School in Lakeview will be renamed for abolitionists and civil rights pioneer Harriet Tubman. CBS is making the change after years of protest from school families. The school is currently named after a Swiss biologist who's racist teachings were used to justify slavery. Slavery. It is the first CPS building you receive a name change, but more could follow the Board of Education plans to give final approval at tomorrow's meeting.

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Back Of The Yards Residents Can Sign Up For Vaccine Monday In Chicago

John Landecker

01:18 min | 2 years ago

Back Of The Yards Residents Can Sign Up For Vaccine Monday In Chicago

"Took part in the Protect Chicago Plus Initiative today at the U. N Health Miles Square Health Center, said he's back of the yards neighborhood on the South side. It's same is to ensure vaccine equity and communities of color. What we've seen is a swell of people who are excited about getting the vaccine in really neighborhoods across the city, but particularly among our black and brown Populations that were more reluctant commissioner of the Chicago Department of Public Health Doctor Allison or would he was on hand at that clinic today for the initiative. It's in the 4600 block of South Bishop. And there are so many community based organizations that have stepped up to partner with this health center to bring vaccine and the news of vaccine to this neighborhood. Chicago's back of the yards neighborhood is made up of mostly Latin ex residents that groups on 80% increase in its death rate last year. The largest of any group, followed by black residents who saw 40% increase in their overall death rate from the previous Parents of Chicago Public School students are demanding a say, and how the $2 billion from President Biden's on covert 19 relief bill that's earmarked for Chicago school district will be spent. Sherry, Miles says she wants the district to be more transparent. We have been told the CPS has spent millions millions of dollars on our

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Chicago Public School parents, kids rally in Millennium Park to demand reopening of schools

WGN Programming

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Chicago Public School parents, kids rally in Millennium Park to demand reopening of schools

"In the Chicago Teachers Union continued to negotiate over there, reopening of high school's a group of parents held a rally to pressure both sides to come up with a plan. We will not settle for two day a week hybrid for K through eight students and more bargaining drama over high schools and academic centers. Especially in the face of improving pandemic news. Chicago parents collective wants a full reopening of Chicago public schools. So far kindergarten through eighth grade has been brought back and clusters. CPS has floated the idea of bringing high school students back on April 19th but see to you says they still have concerns over safety. She'll say a high school reopening plan will likely include a hybrid model and vary from school to school based on enrollment and ability for social distancing.

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Chicago sets April 19 return date for high school students

Chicago's Afternoon News

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Chicago sets April 19 return date for high school students

"Public schools is aiming for in April, 19th in person start date for high school students. In a letter sent to parents, the district said they have been meeting with CTU leaders as part of a joint task force to establish a plan for high school students to return to the classrooms. The district says talks with seats You have been productive and outlined the first day of the fourth quarter as the target date for students to return. Additionally, CPS says they believe all families must have an option for in person or remote and a hybrid learning model is being discussed for in person instruction at least two days per week.

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"cps" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"cps" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Alec Plumbing. Fix your plumbing problem, right the first time Call plumbers 911 24 7. At a 33 plum 911. Vandeveld, the B G on traffic Central for the first time in two weeks, Illinois reporting more than 100 covert related deaths. We get more on the story from WGN's Lauren Latka in the past 24 hours. 2838 new coronavirus cases were reported in Illinois in 102 additional deaths, including a man in his thirties. Statewide positivity rate is 3.3% more than 1.5 million vaccines have now been administered in Illinois, the states averaging 56,000 shots a day. Also in the past 24 hours, more than 340 new retail pharmacy locations were added to the States covert vaccination site list. There are now more than 850 locations Total open to the public. One lap. Good. WGN news Governor Pritzker of Facing a challenge on the one hand, he wants to expand covert 19 vaccine availability to people with pre existing conditions and disabilities. On the other hand, the state is having a tough time getting enough vaccine to meet those goals. Earlier today, the governor said he believes more vaccine is on the way from the federal government. They handle the low supply and high demand. Still a massive shortage. There's no doubt but they're working very hard. They've invoked the Defense Production Act. Help us get even more production out of the companies were producing it. The governor also hopeful the FDA could approve the Johnson and Johnson vaccine in a matter of weeks, opening up Maura Availability. Chicago and Cook County leaders say they aren't getting enough vaccine to handle the current eligible population, much less expanding vaccination efforts to more people. Over 70,000 Chicago Public school students headed back to the classroom today this under an agreement on a phase return of students, staff and teachers between CPS. And the teachers union. Meanwhile, families of Chicago public school students who are opting to continue home instruction are demanding improvements to remote learning. CPS spirit. Rosemary Vega says she won't send her Children back to school because she doesn't trust the school district. They've never kept their promises. Plenty of times. They've put it on paper and never came through. So how do we trust our Children? Children who have underlying conditions with CPS? They can't even equipped the schools when nurses Parents are requesting a meeting with CPS leadership to demand that new federal funding be used to support their demands. House Prosecutors will finish presenting their case today at former prison and Trump's impeachment trial. Yesterday, the Democratic House impeachment managers played never before seen security footage of rioters clashing with police officers at the U. S. Capitol on January 6th. Republican Senator Kevin Cramer says he hasn't made his mind up on the case. Yet. They still have to make this leap from Donald Trump and his persuasive powers to these actions. And I think that Zapruder difficult task, particularly remembering the defense has not yet brought its case. After the prosecutors are finished, Trump's defense team will have up to 16 hours to make its case You can watch the Senate impeachment hearing live and in its entirety had news nation now dot com Police say At least five people have been killed in a massive crash involving 75 to 100 vehicles on and I You see Texas Interstate near Dallas forward. Police say the number of injured still unknown as they are still working the accident and trying to free people trapped in vehicles. Here's a look at WGN sports now, but Kevin Pal the Blackhawks on a three game winning streak, a point in five straight, They'll look to keep it going tonight against the Blue Jackets at the United Center. Third meeting this season between the teams splitting the first to pre game is at 6 30, with Chris Boden face off its seven with John in Troy. College hoops in the Big 10 number, 24 produced visits Minnesota. And women soups number 21 Northwestern, trying to extend their winning streak to four games. They host Rutgers. I'm Kevin Powell, WGN SPORTS Here's your forecast on the WGN Chicago Weather Center plane for clouds across Chicagoland here this.

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"cps" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:07 min | 2 years ago

"cps" Discussed on WGN Radio

"A car accident on my way here, man. I'm so ready for this. No stuff V over the sun helps a lot. It kind of keeps me motivated to keep moving. There are 12 straight days of the Yes, If there are, it will be the longest cold spells since 1958. And if you need heat in the city of Chicago, the city has some help. The city is opened warming shelters. To get people out of the cold. You can call 311 or go to 311 dot Chicago dot gov form or information. If you're stranded on the Illinois tollway system, the Cold Weather Patrol can help. You can contact star 999 if you need help on the road or at an oasis Dave Swan WGN News was part of a tentative deal between CPS and the teachers union Get Children teachers back in classrooms. CPS CEO Dr Janice Jackson says there's a plan. We've also reached an agreement on what what constituted need to pause in person instruction for the entire district and we will be prepared to do that. Should the criteria be met throughout this pandemic? Under the tentative deal, CPS would go back to remote learning for 14 days of seven day average covert test positivity rate. Increases for seven consecutive days. The rate for all seven consecutive days is at least 15% higher than the prior week. And the current days positivity rate is at least 10% district would remain closed longer than 14 days. If those three criteria remained true. Chicago Teachers Union House of Delegates still has to vote on that proposal. Mayor Lightfoot, speaking at that Sunday press conference announcing the tentative agreement, said, It's not just the school's opening safely. That's been on everyone's mind These past 11 months have been a whirlwind for our entire city. Pushing us to limits. Not once not twice, but countless times in person. Learning for pre K and special ed clusters are expected to resume when CTU votes on the proposal expected to resume on the 11th. Staff for grades K through five are back on February. 22nd students are back on March 1st Stafford, grades six through eight back March, 1st And students back on March 8th again awaiting Setu you vote on the proposal. Illinois Department of Public Health Sunday reporting 2060 new confirmed cases of covert 19 along with 48. Additional deaths from the virus. W Chance gave Salgado taking a look at the local positivity rates, which continued decline. The city of Chicago has the lowest localized positivity rate, which is now a 4.8%. Suburban Cook County is at 4.9% to page in Kane County there in 5.1%, while willing Kentucky counties air coming in a 5.6% Lake McHenry County is currently have the highest local rates of 5.9%. As for the statewide positivity rate that's holding steady at 3.4% gave Salgado WGN news. Northwestern Medicine Central to page Hospital chief medical officer Dr Kevin Most says the rollout of the covered 19 vaccine should have been much better prepared, but adds by junior July, the medical community will be begging people to get a shot. There were 200 million by the end of May, Madonna with 200 by the end of June, and Johnson and Johnson with a million by the end of June, which comes up to 300 million. That's more than the number of Don't in the United States. Most talked with WGN's Dean Richards Sunday morning Robin Jesse Jackson released to a physical therapy center following Gall bladder surgery. 79 year old civil rights leader had experienced abdominal discomfort last month and was admitted to a Chicago hospital for the surgery. Jackson was released to the rehab center because he has Parkinson's disease. His medical team felt it best. He spent a short period of exercise and therapy Hell, Noah gamblers have been placing hundreds of millions of dollars in sports bets every month since it became legal last year. However, you still can't bet on games involving Illinois College teams. State representative Mike Zaleski wants to change all that he introduced a bill last month. It would amend the Sports Wagering Act. I just felt strongly that if we're gonna ask you in athletes to play during covert, we really were not In a position to tell it to differentiate the harm that that would have occurred. If there were sporting on these events. The idea has received some pushback, including by University of Illinois athletic director Josh Whitman. Boxing out. Negativity is a nonprofit organization in Chicago uses the sport of boxing to keep kids off the streets focus on their education. Derek Brown's the founder of that organization that's going to college we have you there are honor students, so that is the most precious gift that I can ever accomplish. Round did time in prison for gang activity and drug dealing when he was younger for jail helped him turn his life around, and now he looks to health other at risk kids. Checking WTN sports is you heard a little while ago. Blackhawks in overtime over Dallas, 2 to 1 Super Bowl's underway Super Bowl 55. They're still in the first quarter. Kansas City up three Nothing. College basketball like Hello over. Evansville, 69 58, Missouri State down to Illinois State 72 62, Indiana over I wedged about 67 to 65. Here's the forecast from the W G m Chicago Weather Center. Mostly cloudy tonight with some pockets of light snow expected could see a dusting to maybe up to a half of an inch of snow accumulation higher amount south with city low tonight near zero when Children's cold is 5 to 10 degrees below zero mostly cloudy on Monday, light snow, likely in the afternoon with highs in the mid teens will continue with light snow here on Monday evening, tapering off overnight. But total snow accumulations between 1 to 3 inches are possible. Look the lows around seven from the WGN Weather Center. I'm urologist. My chances were going give you those wind chills 14 below it. O'Hare! 11 below it would Midway. I'm Roger Bad. Ishaan Chicago's very own 7 20 wtn. Different future starts with you. That's why go, Daddy does more to help you find a name. You can create cell and get found online..

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"cps" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"cps" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Says she and CPS won't abandon talks, but students and pre K special needs and kindergarten through eighth grade teachers and support staff are expected to be back in class on Monday. Winter Storm warning starts at three o'clock this afternoon and runs through five tomorrow afternoon, WGN meteorologist Tom Skilling says. By the time it's all over, we could see 5 to 11 inches total, depending on where you are. We'll have the full forecast in just a moment. Massachusetts congressman who has received both doses of the Fizer Corona virus vaccine has tested positive. The office of US representative Stephen Lynch said yesterday. The lawmaker had a negative test result before attending President Biden's inauguration. Office says Lynch is positive test result came after a staff member in his Boston office tested positive earlier this week. If you are looking for vaccination information, you can find out where to sign up for covert 19 vaccinations in Illinois on our website, go to WGN radio dot com. And a SWAT team was sent to the former John Hancock Center after people reported hearing a gunshot on a residential floor. Last night, the SWAT team made entry into a unit, but police say the offender was no longer there. A bullet fragment was found inside a neighboring apartment, but no one was hurt. 704, WGN Sports Jo brand third straight non win for the black locks, but they've got one of the best power plays in the NHL right now. The flat, strong shoot these cars this time he didn't mess. It's a power play goal. The Hawks around the barn to one Columbus with 9 13 left period, too. That's the Hawks 10th power play goal in.

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"cps" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"cps" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Teachers voted against returning to their classrooms brought in some multi is alive with school board headquarters with more brawn. A good morning. Good morning about 10,000 teachers Kindergarten through eighth grade teachers were expected to return to their classrooms this morning about a week ahead of students returning on February 1st. Whoever that in person did has not been pushed back to Wednesday. And here is why the Chicago teachers union says 86% of its 25,000 members participated in a vote on 71% of those who voted chose to stay remote for the time being the objection. Is largely surrounding the district safety plan with covert 19. Of course, the union saying it falls short on the teachers will feel safer once vaccinations become more widespread. No CPS says it is planted begin given teachers their shots in mid February, but that process could obviously take some time. The two sides have been negotiating from once about in person. Erin in on those talks will now continue, but with teachers now expected to be back in their classrooms in a couple of days. A bit of a showdown could be brewing. Over the weekend. Some CPS parents gathered at the union headquarters, trying to explain why they want their kids to be done with remote learn and I am here today to plea with CTU to please not strike. Not on Lee or my Children struggling academically, but also they're actually failing. Earlier this month, pre K students and some special education education students were able to return to in person learning, however, CPS data shows it was only about 19% of those who were eligible to actually did so on went back to in person learning that some teachers didn't return. Then for there in person classes. They were then locked out. Of the online systems. Some of them were docked pays, they couldn't teach remotely. It remains to be seen, though. What is going to happen on Wednesday, with second round of teachers said to go back or like I said CPS frittata, multi WGN news pronto. Thank you. Some suburban

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"cps" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"cps" Discussed on WGN Radio

"CPS leaders are seeing the plan to return to in person learning meets or exceeds public health recommendations from the CDC and local health departments. They also plants and not pay teachers who do not show up for work this morning. Not me. Lori Lightfoot says that returning to classrooms was not mandatory for every student, Citing that it was an option for CPS Parents. Teachers union will hold a news conference about the matter later this morning. Some teachers in sister of district 99 say they will not return to the Classroom today, they'll teach remotely. Instead, their union says there is no reason for teachers to return. While students are still learning remotely. They want regular building sanitation, improved air filtration and adequate protective equipment before they returned. Says Rose covert positivity rate stood at 13% on Thursday. That's five points higher than the state's recommendation for return to schools. Police they're still looking for a motive in a deadly shooting spree that happened on Saturday from the south side of Chicago to the north border with Evanston, WGN's Jayne's seers reports. The man's online activity may offers include 32 year old Jason Nightingale posted dozens of disturbing videos online for the past week in which he ranted about Satan waved a gun and talks about killing random people. In one, he said, he was quote going to blow up the whole community. Relative and that Nightingale told the Sun Times he was fighting some demons and had some problems. Despite that, she said, he was a wonderful father and will be missed by his family. James Sears, WGN news Gal killed three people and injured four others before Evanston police fatally shot him in that shootout. Illinois Speaker of the House Mike Madigan doesn't currently have enough support to keep his position. Lawmakers are meeting in a special session. 51 members back make Madigan while 18 voted for and Williams, three for Stephanie, Careful wit one member voted present, Democrats will meet again and continue holding votes until a candidate reaches 60. Some lawmakers say the Democratic caucuses two divers for one man to lead for 36 years. The new legislature scheduled to be sworn in on Wednesday in Springfield supporters have father Michael Flavor rallied outside of ST Savannah on Sunday without Sansa Beina. Without Father Flicker, I would have not left the streets of Chicago toe reached the highest levels of success. Pierre Johnson among the dozens of men and boys who talked about the positive impact flavor has had on their lives. And how his ministry is impacted the community Cardinal super jacked player to step aside last week as the archdiocese investigates a child sex abuse claim against flicker from more than 40 years ago. Liger has served his Saints divine, a pastor since 1981 and is an outspoken anti violence activist in Chicago. Now, with WGN sports Here's Dave, innit? Good morning, the off season has arrived for the Bears. Now all the questions about the future will require answers in the days to come after they bowed out of the playoffs with their 21 to 9 loss in New Orleans. Wasn't really that close the bears with 99 of their 239 yards of offense on their final driver. The outcome already decided the Bears did not convert a third down till that drive. We'll talk it over with Dan Hampton this morning at 709 Saints go on a host Tampa Bay next Sunday. And the other matchups. Yesterday, Baltimore ousted Tennessee, 20 to 13 and Cleveland opened at 28 to nothing first quarter lead last night and stunned Pittsburgh 48 37. The Bulls finished up a one and three West Coast trip that felt a little better than that record. Wise of falling to the Clippers won 30 to 1 27 despite Zach Levin's 45 in college Basketball. Maryland upset number 12, Illinois in Champaign 66. 63, ending a four game Align I winning streak loyal, a loss to Indiana State 76 71. The Blackhawks Open the season Wednesday, a Tampa Bay and tonight the debut of our new weekly Hawks show Black Hawks live with Chris Boden and Nick is Madi. Seven o'clock tonight on Temple. You GM also tonight, college football, will crown a champion Alabama and Ohio State. Meet him. Miami David.

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"cps" Discussed on WGN Radio

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05:35 min | 2 years ago

"cps" Discussed on WGN Radio

"6000 CPS students were return to their classrooms today. Not everyone is happy about it. It's the first in person learning since school shut down at the start of the pandemic back in March of last year. The teachers union strongly opposes the move over health and safety concerns. But public school CEO Janice Jackson says the plan meets or exceeds public health recommendations from the CDC and Local health departments. Parent Michael Myers understands the challenge that awaits CPS can be tricky. Online versus in person is completely different self, It's a massive impact. CPS says Teachers who don't show up for work will not be paid, setting up a potential fight with the union. Thousands more students are slated to go back to school on February 1st. Some other suburban school systems are likewise returning to either full time or hybrid classroom instruction. They include schools in Algonquin, Crystal Lake Elder Sister two of five and Eldred district. You 46 How this all comes. This. Illinois health officials report over 4700 new coronavirus cases Sunday and 81 lives lost. Some 77,000 were tested. The statewide positivity rate has fallen slightly to 7.9%. Four people died Saturday night and four critically injured when 32 year old Jason Nightingale went on a shooting spree from the south side of Chicago to the north border with Evanston. In the interview with the Sun Times, a relative of Nightingale says he was fighting some demons and that Nightingale says that he had been posting disturbing videos online for the past week that he was quote going to blow up the whole community. She also mentioned he had Children, the brother of one of the victims from Saturday's shooting sprees. Speaking out, Ronald Johnson says his sister Asian, Newell was killed on the job as a security guard in East End apartment building. He says she was the glue that kept the family together. I'm gonna miss most from my sister. I'm going, Miss Dedication to keeping this family together. I'm a miss. Hard being the life of the party, you know, or the life of a celebration. You know, it's just me and her was singing partners, you know, so I'm gonna be singing so long now. Nathan, Go kill two other people in Project another person before being killed in a shootout with Evanston. Police Saturday night by House is moving forward with articles of impeachment this week. That'll charge President Trump with inciting sedition following last week's deadly ride at the U. S Capitol. But a vote may not come until after President elect Biden is sworn in a conviction could block President Trump from holding office again. An interview with ABC is this week. Republican Congressman Adam Kinzinger says he would prefer the 25th amendment over impeachment for President Trump. I'll vote the right way when it's when you know, whatever's put in front of me, there's there's a lot of still negotiation going on. I honestly don't think Impeachments, the smart move vice president. Pence reportedly does not want to invoke the 25th amendment. There are multiple reports he and the president have not spoken since Wednesday's riot. Behind closed doors. Yesterday, the Democratic House majority in Springfield held its first vote for leader. No one got the 60 votes needed. 51 members backs Michael Madigan 18 voted for, and Williams of Chicago three for Stephanie Co. Off it. One member voted present. Representative Williams is making the case to colleagues that the Democratic caucuses two divers For one man to lead for 36 years. We need a leader that reflects the caucus and will allow all those members to shine individually. Right now it's all about one person. Democrats will meet again and continue holding votes until a candidate reaches 60. The new legislature will be sworn in on Wednesday. Supporters of father Michael Flavor rallied outside ST Sabina Yesterday, dozens of boys and men talked about the positive impact he's had on their lives and how his ministry is impacted the community. Here's Pierre Johnson, the epitome of what a man is. He isn't the epitome. Of white social justice is he is the epitome off. What? Everything that we should strive for in his life to be Probably Super Chazz to be the longtime pastor or ask the longtime pastor to step aside last week as the archdiocese investigates a child sex abuse claim from more than 40 years ago. Looking for a little spending cash. The legions Roger Bad ish reports. It's time to play America's favorite jackpot game. This is power ball. No one took on the big money Saturday night, the Powerball drawing, though there were $21 million winners. The next jackpot for Powerball, now estimated 550 million. There weren't any winners in the mega millions drawing Friday. That jackpots grown to 600 million Roger Banished. WGN NEWS WGN SPORTS The Bears are out of the playoffs after losing to the Saints, 21 to 9. Baltimore beat Tennessee 20 to 13 Cleveland Be Pittsburgh 48 to 37. Bulls lose to the Clippers won 30 to 1 27. The Blackhawks open the season Wednesday. Tampa Bay The per game with Chris Boden at 6 30, the face off at seven with John White men and Troy Murray on 7 20, WGN and WGN radio dot com. Forecast from the WGN Chicago Weather Center here's meteorologist Mike Johnson. Well. The clouds were expected to decrease later on our Monday afternoon. The winds are expected to increase becoming breezy when high's top out in the lower thirties look for wind chills in the lower twenties. Mostly cloudy Monday night lows in the mid twenties when shows in the upper teens, then partly sunny on Tuesday with highs in the upper thirties. Still partly sunny on Wednesday, warm with a high right around 40 from the WGN Weather Center Army. They're all just my chances. It is 24 degrees right now at O'Hare 24 midway.

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"cps" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"cps" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The merger was first announced over the summer before going through the regulatory process. Bryan Burrough, WGN News, Georgia's secretary of state, Brad Reference, Burger is defending recording and releasing a phone call between him and President Trump that took place on Saturday. Rapids, Burger tells Fox News. The White House did not make it known that conversation was supposed to be privileged. Just told that the president want have a conversation I do. It's about the veterans result. But there was no specific agenda. The president Trump want have a conversation with mate but since it was ongoing litigation I want to make sure had my general counsel there. During the call. Trump said he wanted to find nearly 12,000 votes in the state, where President elect Joe Biden won the election. Pro trump demonstrations in Washington D C this week are expected to draw thousands, prompting the D. C national guard to activate 340 troops. The troops will support the D C metropolitan police during demonstrations on Wednesday and Thursday. These protests over the presidential election results are in timing with the official count of the electoral college votes in Congress on Wednesday. More than 30. Chicago Aldermen have written a letter to Mayor Lightfoot and CPS CEO Janice Jackson over the concern of reopening schools, too. In class learning. Later this month, Alderman Daniela spotted tells WGN's John Williams, there are still worries over ventilation and contact tracing teachers were concerned whether the filtration devices that they've received are adequate. For the size of the classrooms that they're going to be teaching in future spoke to me over the weekend about whether they actually can move desks 6 ft apart for their classrooms, But CPS says schools can safely re opened with a comprehensive plan in place, citing overwhelming scientific evidence. Expert guidance. And experiences of school district across the state. Kenosha law enforcement agencies air facing $20 million in civil damages in connection with the shootings this summer by an anti acting during unrest in August. Survivor in the family of one of the victims who died of turning claim notices for $10 million apiece. 17 year old Kyle Rittenhouse has been charged with murder in the August shootings. WGN SPORTS Here's Kevin Powell Blackhawks held their first on ice practice of training camp without Jonathan Tase. He's out indefinitely as he deals with Unless specified illness forward Alex to bring it on opening camp without the captain arounds. We just found that out, you know, probably week ago or something. So that was ah, hard hit to us, But you know, we gotta We gotta work through it. Obviously, he's You know one of our best players. You know our captain, so definitely tough. Quick turnaround for Camp Hawk season begins a week from Wednesday, but the second time in three seasons, the Bears have made the playoffs this time as a wild card backing into the postseason. With some help from the Rams. There's Mitch Robiskie following the loss to the Packers. It's huge. I mean, this is what you work for, Um The season didn't go the way we envisioned it, But, um, you have a new opportunity, so really, none of that matters. So you just got to take advantage of that opportunity, and I'm very grateful for that. So it's this has gotta be our best week. It's got to be my best week. There's insane to meet Sunday in New Orleans key injuries to keep an eye on this week. Roque Juan Smith and elbow Darnell Mooney and ankle and Saint Star Running back Calvin Camaro won't practice this week after testing positive for covert 19 on.

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