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"chicago lakeshore hospital" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:35 min | 10 months ago

"chicago lakeshore hospital" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Public debate yesterday the city council voted down an ordinance that would have postponed sales to July first here's alderman Andres Vasquez so I agree that if we're having this conversation it should have been something that happened a year ago to the state from this council should have spoken at the state level to get those changes implemented proactively numbers money reacted a group of black alderman had pushed for the delay out of concern that there isn't enough diversity among marijuana dispensary ownership in Chicago a civil rights lawsuit has been filed against the state's child welfare office the Illinois department of children and family services on behalf of seven children lawsuit accuses the agency of trying to cover up sexual and physical abuse is that allegedly took place at Chicago lakeshore hospital in uptown here's acting cook county public guardian Charles Gilbertese else knew of all of the problems in all of the abuses at this hospital of horrors however DCFS did nothing to protect the children the abuses allegedly took place from twenty seventeen to twenty eighteen after the government cut off funding to lake shore hospital due to poor conditions there bill has been denied for a man charged with sexually assaulting an eleven year old girl at a public library on the south side the demon Hampton in court yesterday on three counts of predatory criminal sexual assault police say Hampton assaulted the victim Monday afternoon at the Chicago public libraries Morgan park branch of even Chicago made away with one of the salvation army red kettles yesterday WGN vicomte has that it happened outside Macy's on State Street during the afternoon rush hour the bell ringer had just taken a break salvation army says it had around three hundred to three hundred fifty dollars and sighed money that it says would have went to Chicago's west side the suspect also stole the actual stand that holds the cattle may as well as the sign those are valued at two hundred dollars the money supposed to go to things like food pantries groceries for senior citizens and underprivileged families in the city's neighborhoods the call on WGN here's one for the history books as the house his impeach president trump two articles of impeachment were approved after daylong debate in the Democrat led house on this so the ETS are two hundred and thirty the nays are one ninety seven present is one article one is adopted one article covers abuse of power the other involves obstruction of Congress in the investigation of the Ukraine scandal both hotel primarily along party lines trump is now the third president in U. S. history to be impeached by the house the spotlight moves to the Senate which will be responsible for holding a trial to determine whether trump is actually removed from office those buckets of little green plastic army men are adding more women soldiers the truck maker who took a chance on female soldiers this year's expanding the line up Pennsylvania company says demand is through the roof and not just from kids the sixty seven year old woman recently emailed saying she wished for a set of six seven of them of nearly sixty years ago now her which she says is coming true twelve more figurines will be made and ready by next Christmas now with WGN sports here's Dave esports sponsored by northwestern basketball Chicago's big ten team good news for the Blackhawks only one more game against Colorado Avalanche approved at three and against the hawks since thanksgiving for one the final last night at the United center in call and make rants and in each with a goal and an assist for the ABS they play again in Denver Saturday the hawks are in Winnipeg tonight the pre game six thirty on WGN two nights after blowing a twenty six point lead a losing the bulls took a different approach they rallied from eighteen down in the fourth quarter and one in Washington one ten one oh nine in overtime there now eleven in nineteen college hoops Michigan State holds off northwestern seventy seven seventy two Paul beats Cleveland state seventy three sixty four hello hello winner over Vanderbilt the bears make it official linebacker Danny Trevathan the injured reserve him played in over a month join the Wildcats at Wells rendering of this winter for match ups with Ohio state Purdue Michigan and more single game tickets on sale now at a new sports dot com okay Dave attic WGN sports your money on WGN global stock markets are makes this morning after investors appear to have reacted very nearly to the impeachment of president trump futures this morning are up but just about twenty points on the Dow after the Dow lost some ground yesterday in early trading of markets in London are lower in Hong Kong and Tokyo lower again the US futures pointing toward a modest opening game later on Wall Street as investors will be digesting some new information today on both retail sales and other data points on the economy there's a new survey out this has half of US workers did not get a pay raise this year despite the lowest unemployment rate in fifty years the survey from Bankrate dot com says forty nine percent of U. S. employees got a salary increase in the last twelve months and that raises were more common for better paid workers nearly two thirds of low wage employees reported no positive change in their income about forty four percent of US workers are defined as low wage and I'm Steve percentage on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN Capital One knows life doesn't alert you about your credit card stop grammar street in Brighton the khaki shorts your G. N. L. energy bill one of sixty percent this month seems like you want to know stand clear the closing doors so you know the Capital One assisted the catches things that might look wrong like increases to a recurring bill then sends an alert to your phone and how to fix.

"chicago lakeshore hospital" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:40 min | 10 months ago

"chicago lakeshore hospital" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Eleven OO five it is Wednesday December eighteenth good evening I'm Jacki spike in for Bob Conway we can expect to very cold nights with a low of fourteen but intervals of clouds sunshine tomorrow and not so cold in the afternoon with a high of thirty five presently eighteen above it here in mid way nineteen at the lake front we have a wind chill and here of six above zero winter from the south at ten miles per hour and warranty is on the way our top local story on news radio WBBM four years in prison that's the sentence for a woman convicted of running your vehicle into four children about to board a school bus ignored central Indiana last year killing three of them this story from WBBM Jim goddess Alyssa shepherd was convicted of reckless homicide criminal recklessness and passing a school bus with stop arm extended police say she hit the four children as they were crossing state road twenty five in Rochester to board their school bus on October thirtieth of last year the crash killed nine year old Olivia stall and her twin six year old brothers Mason and exit your angle Michael Schwab is their grandfather and told CBS twenty two we all feel as a family that the deaths of killing three children should have been a more stringent penalty but we're glad that she is going to get some time served in addition to the present time the judge sentenced shepherd to three years of home detention followed by three years of probation her driver's license has been suspended for ten years Jim got us news radio one of five point nine FM and it is Stephen A. WBBM Chicago are rather WBBM news time eleven oh six the cook county public guardian is calling Chicago lake shore hospital one of our hospital of horrors that's according to the state's attorney user they should look into possible criminal charges the guardian Charles Goldberg has filed a federal civil suit against DCFS employees and Chicago lakeshore hospital the psychiatric facility that's treated children in state custody gold it says children as young as seven a rate were sexually abused by staff and by patients at a minimum I think the sisters office to investigate whether criminal tried charges are warranted Colbert says DCFS knew about the abuse there were certainly a cover up DCFS says it's committed to protecting the children of Illinois and providing the best possible services to the children in their care they say we take seriously any allegations of abuse and have not allowed children to be placed at lake shore hospital since twenty eighteen Steve Miller news radio one or five point nine FM and in is statement to WBBM Chicago lake shore hospital says we will vigorously defend Chicago lake shore hospital using facts rather than the egregious distortion that has been portrayed before.

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"chicago lakeshore hospital" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"chicago lakeshore hospital" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Effect, and that means brisk business the auto impound lot WBZ's. Mike Kraushaar is live on the news line with more. Rob we've seen a steady stream of toe trucks arriving here at the southside auto pound whom on who shar was not to please team. They have an army a fleet of toy trucks. Just. Going around town collecting money to be honest, watching them come in with two per per per tow truck one on the net and one behind. I'm the first person to come pick up my car because I want to beat the crowd. I'm just telling me they're expecting the crowd that alarm that goes all the way outside of the trailer. We're on state and Arthur did you know right away. What? What happened? Yeah. As I woke up this morning. I put a reminder for myself every year. December first then I woke up this morning. I already knew what happened. He said it cost him two hundred bucks to get his car back. And he said he would be the first to join any effort to do away with the winter parking ban. There is a mayor's race going on. And now to add insult to injury. The miserable cold rain has arrived here. So anybody who's going to be standing in line is not gonna be pleased about that? Either. Live on the south side, my Crausser NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. WBZ news time eight oh, seven federal authorities are again threatening to cut off funding for a psychiatric hospital in Chicago's uptown. Community officials at Chicago lakeshore hospital say they're working as fast as they can to come into compliance before December fifteenth federal deadline. It's unclear what can be done in just two weeks to satisfy regulators without federal funding through Medicaid and Medicare payments. The hospital could shut down ending access to mental health services. The hundreds DCFS stopped admitting kids in its care to the hospital a month ago because of the growing number of complaints, alleging harmful conditions. This was after Chicago Tribune investigative report, Jon Coleman NewsRadio on five point nine. FM? The National Transportation Safety board is investigating a private jet crash.

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"chicago lakeshore hospital" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"chicago lakeshore hospital" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Get a Hanukkah gift. Hello. Oh, I turned. You Don, I'm sorry. Because you had the music. Hello. All that Roger gave us now. Roger Tacoma, Sundays the first day Honecker crowd Sunday night. Yeah. Sorry. So I opened this early. Open it early. What are you? Where did you find? These did you where did I find him? Why are you can get them anywhere? Really? I see everywhere. All right. Do you shop at the goals at the Joel's? Yes. All right. Then you look in the kosher food section. I'll make you bet they've got panic against now. Let me ask you about in western the, and I know I'm sure there are Jewish people that live out in hood. But do you think that I actually have do? I have a what did you just say your second kosher food section, and yes, I bet you do. Okay. I bet you at the end. What do they call that the end caps? Yeah. Of the aisles have bet they'll be little display of items. All right. So I really appreciate the chocolate because I was starving. You're very welcome. So you spun and you got a Gimmel, right? I had a green one I guess what the symbol. And if you were playing for money. You would have taken the entire pot. Why were we playing for money? You're the one who decided to spin it without asking for how do you play? Well, you you normally play with penny. So it's not really a big money maker for you. Everyone puts in. Ah penny. It's like, you know, playing cards, right? Okay. Everyone puts in a penny for the bar. And then everyone intern spins the tradel. Okay. So there's four sides to the drill. Right, right. If it's on the Gimmel, then you get the whole pot and everybody has to put in again start all over. Okay. If you get the none, then nothing happens. Nothing which symbols the non there's it looks like a backward. See sort of okay? It looks exactly like a backwards. See then there's one that looks it looks like a w that could be ships that that's a shin. Okay. And you you had a coin to the pot you add one to the pot and what if what was the previous one the backwards. None. And what do you? What do you do? If you get a none nothing. You don't you pass it on to the next person? And then the shin the shin. That means you have to add one to the wants to the pot. And then the musical note, the musical note. A hey, it's a looks like a is it a, hey, or is it a, hey. If you get that, you could say that. And you would say, hey, I get have you take half the punk take half the puck. This is this is like the original game of left right center. Yes. Which is like my favorite game of the world. Yeah. I was introduced to that two thanksgivings ago. This is where our youngest granddaughter got very upset when she lost all the money that she had just spend about ten minutes later. She ended up the richest person in the world. See that's all afraid Senator. Yeah. I can't spend a spend a really well. The very first time. I did it. Now, not hitting that top. Just right. You'll get it. I need an Jurado practice and the when you give out the chocolate you say, it's called gal fight guilt guilt. That's right. There's somebody else's money to fight fish the fish. They'll fight fish. Hey, I grew up Catholic. I hold on. All right. So guilt is money. It means money, but you gave me chocolate coins instead of real money. Well, correct. Facetime fight with because I'm starving. But why did I not get real money? Why? Made of gold. You spend money on the chocolate. Yes. Do is that become the tradition that you give chocolate coins? No, no, there's no tradition to that. You give the lot of candy is involved in. Because it's mainly a kids holiday. Okay. Do the having my second piece of Trump. Enjoy more in here. I have some chocolate in fact. You've got the medals chocolate. There's eight crazy days of hanukkah's Chandler, Saturday at eight crazy nights. Yeah. Well, actually, all Jewish holidays start after sunset of the day. The morning at sunset. Yeah. And would you then never give the Hanukkah gift before sunset on that day? Well, it depends. If you're going to be traveling, it depends on what your circumstances, you know, do so it's eight days of gifts. And it's mostly for the kids, right adult. It's mostly for the UN rigid aren't gonna exchange Hanukkah gifts. No, okay. So. Is there a theme to the days? Like does it build up like, you know, twelve days? Cornell says no nosy gifts. No, it's just whatever you want to get when we were young. We got close undershirts socks and were you because like I was about ten years old. This Christian kids who grew up with Christmas. If we show up on Christmas morning, and there's nothing but socks there's there's held the pain that really know Manziel. Yes. Sorry. Sorry. Very quick question. What do you want for Christmas slash your birthday? Besides chocolate and pizza. Wait a minute. When's your birthday is it on Christmas day? So's my brothers out of here. My brother was born a Jew was born on Christmas day twice twice. It's one thirty in the morning. We're late. We'll get back to all this after we do a quick check of the headlines. Here's your Roger badesch. Unfortunately, sad news. Former president George H W Bush died shortly after ten o'clock Friday night, the age of ninety four it was about eight months after the death of his wife. Barbara Bush nations. Forty I present served from eighty nine to ninety three. He served two terms as vice president was also the head of the CIA his son, George W became the forty third president of the United States federal authorities once again threatening to cut off funding for an uptown psychiatric hospital dealing with complaints fiscal and sexual abuse of young patients, including foster children in state care. Chicago lakeshore hospital officials said they are working to come into compliance with regulations before December fifteenth university of Illinois chancellor, Robert Jones, says a new campus committee won't. Choosing a replacement for the schools. Former chief Alana wick mascot, the commission on native imagery could recommend a process for picking a mascot. But would also look.

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"chicago lakeshore hospital" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"chicago lakeshore hospital" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Thank you. Andrea thirty two degrees with overcast skies right now at O'Hare more than thirty people in eleven states, including two in Illinois have gotten sick after eating romaine lettuce, the US centers for disease control and prevention say not to eat any Romain lettuce. It could be contaminated with E coli. The FDA says the outbreaks frustrating because it can't tie the outbreak to a specific rower Peter Testa of test to produce told channel nine news huge. For all everybody in food service wholesale retail. The CDC's has washing the lettuce won't wash away the bacteria. The agency says you should throw any Romain lettuce away secretary of state Jesse white is warning the public not to drink and drive over the thanksgiving holiday, especially tonight, which has become a big party evening known as blackout Wednesday, drinking and driving should not ever occur. After you have consumed more than your fair share of alcohol. Make sure that you have a designated driver or prepare to go from twenty two point be after consume alcohol, the national safety council estimates more than four hundred thirty people will die on US roadways over the thanksgiving holiday last year. More than a third of the deaths were attributed to alcohol a courtroom brawl broke out after a woman was sentenced in the death of an infant Thirty-seven-year-old Claude at Mitchell was sentenced today to three and a half years in prison for the death of seven week old saviour read at Mitchell's daycare inaugu 2017 after she was led away in handcuffs. Fifty people family and friends on both sides started shouting and fighting with one another Milwaukee sheriff's deputies and DA investigator investigators were called to restore order in court Mitchell said she did not cause the baby's injuries, which led to her death. But does feel responsible mayor Rahm emanuel's? Weighing in on the fight for the next house speaker WGN Steve Bertrand with that there was talk back in the day that congressman Rahm Emanuel might be aligned to eventually become speaker of the house, but he left that chamber to become the Obama White House chief of staff now that Pelosi is facing a possible challenge. Chicago's mayor says Democrats would do well to keep her as their leader. He says the party needs someone who can go toe with President Trump and Senate leader McConnell. A mayor says rookies need not apply. Steve Bertrand WGN news, Nissan's board will meet tomorrow to decide whether to dismiss its chairman Carlos Goan after his arrest on suspicion of under reporting his income by nearly forty five million dollars from twenty eleven to two thousand fifteen Nissan's board. Consists of nine members including Goan and a Representative director named Greg Kelly who was also arrested Monday on suspicion. He collaborated with going and false financial reporting cones being held at a detention center in Tokyo. Prosecutors sought permission today to detain him. At least ten more days as they investigate a Guatemalan court sentenced an ex-soldier deported from the US to five thousand one hundred thirty years in prison for the nineteen eighty-two massacre of one hundred seventy one villagers Santos Lopez. Alonzo's accused of belonging to an elite squad known as the Cabela's which carried out the killings December. Seventh nineteen eighty two in the northern town of dose doses. Today, the court declared the Sixty-six-year-old Alonzo guilty of murder and crimes against humanity. He also kidnapped and adopted a five year old boy whose family was murdered the maximum sentence. Anyone can be forced to serve in Guatemala is fifty years and DCFS is investigating Chicago lakeshore hospital again WGN's David Jenny explains. According to the Tribune one focus of DCFS is a report last Thursday that. A nine year old girl claimed that a staffer choked her while restraining from allegedly provoking other patients the child was interviewed by DCFS last Friday, but didn't mention the incident. The agency is also worried about a seventeen year old boy who ran away from hospital staff outside the building Monday, David Jennings. WGN news sports, traffic and weather next on WGN, huge.

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"chicago lakeshore hospital" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"chicago lakeshore hospital" Discussed on WGN Radio

"It is nine o'clock in time for the news. Here's Don clubbing. Thank you. Chris more than thirty people in eleven states, including two in Illinois have gotten sick after eating romaine lettuce. The US centers for disease control and prevention say not to eat any Romain lettuce. It could be contaminated with E coli. The FDA says the outbreaks frustrating because it cannot tie the outbreak to a specific grower. Peter Testa of test to produce told channel nine news new genetic for all everybody, whichever's wholesale retail. The CDC says washing the lettuce will not wash away the bacteria. The agency says you should throw away any Romain lettuce secretary of state Jesse whites warning the public not to drink and drive over the thanksgiving holiday, especially tonight, which has become known as blackout Wednesday a night of drinking, especially among younger people. If you're celebration includes alcohol, make sure you have additionality driver or take a cab here, sir. Service or use public transportation. But no circumstances. Should you get behind the wheel automobile? After you've consumed any form of alcohol last year. Fifteen people died over the thanksgiving holiday on Illinois roads, California sheriff says two more sets of human remains were found today bringing the the death toll from a wildfire in California to eighty three Buchanan. Sheriff Corey Honiara says more than five hundred sixty names are still on the missing list. Authorities stressed many of those people may still be safe just unaware. They've been reported missing the blaze started November eighth level paradise destroying more than thirteen thousand homes. It's about one hundred forty miles north of San Francisco. A Guatemalan court sentenced an ex-soldier deported from the US to five thousand one hundred thirty years in prison for the nineteen eighty two massacre of one hundred seventy one villagers Santos Lopez. Alonzo was accused of belonging to an elite squad known as the delays which carried out the killings December seven thousand nine hundred eighty two in the northern town of dosage today, the court declared the Sixty-six-year-old Alonzo guilty of murder and crimes against humanity. Hannity. He also kidnapped and adopted a five year old boy whose family was murdered the maximum sentence. Anyone could be forced to serve in Guatemala is fifty years and DCFS is investigating Chicago lakeshore hospital again WGN's David Jennings with that according to the Tribune one focus of DCFS is a report last Thursday that a nine year old girl claimed that a staffer choked her while restraining from allegedly provoking other patients the child was interviewed by DCFS last Friday, but didn't mention the incident. The agency is also worried about a seventeen year old boy who ran away from hospital staff outside the building Monday, David Jennings. WGN news and mayor Rahm emanuel's weighing in on the fight for the next house speaker until you Jan Steve Bertrand with that there was talk back in the day that congressman Rahm Emanuel might be aligned to eventually become speaker of the house, but he left that chamber to become the Obama White House chief of staff now that Pelosi is facing a possible challenge. Chicago's mayor. Who says Democrats would do well to keep her as their leader? He says the party needs someone who can go toe to toe with President Trump and Senate leader McConnell. The mayor says rookies need not apply. Steve Bertrand, WGN news, sports, traffic and weather next on WGN..

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"chicago lakeshore hospital" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"chicago lakeshore hospital" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Brought the agency in the federal court over concerns. It wasn't doing enough to keep kids safe at Chicago lakeshore hospital. Roger badesch WGN news. Let's get a check now of WGN sports with David. Thank you Victor morning. The bears defense got its night in the spotlight, and they did not disappoint. The minnesota. Vikings finally got in the end zone twice in the last five minutes. But overall another dominating performance by the D And a twenty five twenty win over the Viking you can give this win to the defense which came up huge led by the dominating tandem of Khalil, Mack and akiem Hicks. Oh, man. I'm a big family guy. If you guys haven't figured that out now, but my nieces and nephews are Intel, and this is the first time so to feel so I'm gonna put on a show for his nieces and nephew and Hicks. Did put on a show how about five tackles for loss a sack a key holding penalty drawn and two point pass attempt blocked in the final minute of the game. Covering the first place Chicago Bears. Adam Hoge WGN spoil the bears now seven and three with a game and a half lead over the second place. Vikings who were five four and one the bears hold the number three seed in the NFC behind the nine in one saints and Rams we'll talk to Dan Hampton at seven ten those. Saints crushed Philly. Forty eight seven for their ninth straight win after losing their opener. The Rams nine in one play the nine in one chiefs tonight in L A Blackhawks set the tone for the night with a two goal first period against the Minnesota wild. They went onto a three to one win are expanding. Blackhawks report Jonathan tapes scored a first period power play goal later, Brandon. Saad scored on a breakaway Dominic. Cahoon added his second goal late. Hawks two. Oh and two in their last four they play five in the next six on the road starting Wednesday in Washington Michigan is in early three and a half point favorite over Ohio State for their showdown Saturday in Columbus where Michigan last one eighteen years ago the win. Of that game faces northwestern in the big ten championship game the following week. A Wildcats up to twentieth. This week in the AP top twenty five they host the Illinois Saturday on the home of the Blackhawks the northwestern. Wildcats White Sox baseball Dave at WGN sports. Hi, it's Patti.

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"chicago lakeshore hospital" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"chicago lakeshore hospital" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Regardless and we'll have Andy mazer in studio. So kind of the the holiday trio back together, I can't wait hoping there's some bang bang left in there should be. There is. We'll put it in the kitchen for you. And then. We what we have on the show. We're going to have the folks for Macy's the national retail federation talking about black Friday sales Sarah ginger from the WGN morning news previewing the parade. We've got the legendary Dick Van Dyke. The folks from the Chicago food depository, Dean Richards should be joining us also maybe on his way to the parade because he's in the parade. And then we're gonna Webber grill and talking about putting your Turkey on the ground. We're gonna give away an original kettle. So stay tuned. Five to nine on thanksgiving morning. We'll be there. Dave. Great sunday. Dave you too. And we will see you guys thanksgiving morning. Sounds great. And have a great week everybody. Hear the sounds of the top five at five for the Roe Conn show with Anna davlantes is weekday afternoons on seven twenty WGN. Chicago smart speaker users just say play WGN radio and tune in. It is five o'clock and here the top stories rotation want. We have cloudy overcast skies. Thirty one at O'Hare aboard. A party bus were shot by a gunman in a passing vehicle yesterday on the Bishop Ford freeway near Dalton that investigation. Into that incident is continuing one man was critically wounded both were treated at a local hospital. Fifty four point three million Americans will be traveling fifty miles or more away from home this thanksgiving that as the tick and projection from AAA a four point eight percent increase over last year, making the most thanksgiving travelers in thirteen years in Illinois, nearly three million people will be fifty miles or more from home two point five million of which will be driving northern California. Crews braced for strong winds with gusts up to fifty miles an hour that could erode the games they've made against the country's deadliest wildfire in a century authorities yesterday announced nearly thirteen hundred people remain unaccounted for the death toll now up to seventy six President Trump joined state leaders yesterday to survey the damage California's last contested congressional race has been decided. And here's ABC's Todd ant with more. I'm gonna find to protect our children our schools in our communities from gun violence. That's democrat gills this narrows from a video on his campaign Facebook page on Saturday night it became official. The navy veteran. One in California's thirty ninth district flipping another seat for the Democrats and the final undecided. House election in the state Republican young Kim tweeted, her concession does this narrative, Saturday night this election Democrats picked up six congressional seats in the state of California's fifty three members of the house forty five or now Democrats at an Orange County a longstanding Republican stronghold all four house seats of turn blue Todd ant. ABC news push came to shove at the state's children and family service WGN's. Roger badesch has that story estates child welfare agency says little station staff around the clock inside an uptown psychiatric hospital to monitor young patients until they can be safely removed the wake of hotline complaints, alleging physical and sexual abuse. Move by children and family services comes as. Okay. C L U of Illinois. Brought the agency the federal court over concerns. It wasn't doing enough to keep kids safe at Chicago lakeshore hospital. Roger badesch, WGN news and documents provided to the Associated Press showed the death of an inmate following an altercation with correctional staff at western Illinois Correctional Center in may has been ruled a homicide. The FBI is investigating..

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"chicago lakeshore hospital" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"chicago lakeshore hospital" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"The announcement comes in the wake of rising hotline complaints, alleging physical and sexual abuse of young patients that Tribune reports DCFS made the move after the ACLU of Illinois all the child welfare agency in the federal court because of its concerns it DCFS wasn't doing enough to keep foster kids safe at Chicago lakeshore hospital acting director Beverly Walker said inequality filing, she's taking the extra staffing step out an abundance of caution as the agency also launched to new hotline investigations Jiang Coleman, NewsRadio one one zero five point nine FM taxpayers. Go county being asked to pay for a streetcar a public golf course that would benefit one developer. But opponents say they've just begun to fight. Chris Carey at canal shores, golf course has none of this would have happened without the developer Joseph, Keith. Attorney and business partner. State Senate, president dunk color kind of setting a dangerous precedent forbidding you for public land for private benefit and the use of Cook County highway department to bring a road in for four five. Lots for one particular person seems very questionable Wilmot park commission is expected to discuss all this on December tenth travelling at O'Hare hasn't been fun lately. Crowds. The lines have been reported because construction on the trams between terminals some people missing flights. This is happy with a thanksgiving travel rush next week the airport transit system, which moves people between the terminals has been closed while workers modernize it. The plan was open the trams on the weekends and closing during the week. But yesterday's crowds was so bad.

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"chicago lakeshore hospital" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"chicago lakeshore hospital" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"One from the city and suburbs are calling for amid Lowthian police officer who shot and killed a bar security guard who intervened in a shooting to be charged with murder. They stood with family of Jamal Roberson outside the mid Lowthian. Police stations meal is speaking from the grave today. Walter Turner said he just hired Roberson as his church organist. This is just about equivalent grand, right? Here. You can kill a black man who was saving the lives of others. Father Michael Pfleger said the officer should be charged with murder. That's what it was. It was murder. Yeah. Blue on blue crime. It was blue on black crime. Yeah. State police are investigating. The case have said the officer told Roberston repeatedly to drop his gun and said he wasn't wearing clothing identifying himself as security which witnesses have contradicted in mid Lowthian. Mike Crausser NewsRadio one zero five point nine FM attorneys for governor elect Pritzker is campaign of asked a judge to toss out a racial discrimination lawsuit filed by ten campaign workers a few weeks before the midterms Pritzker lawyer said the complaint is full of sweeping conclusions overheated rhetoric rank speculation a campaign workers African Americans and Latinos say in their lawsuit they were harassed and discriminated against because of their race in that they were forced to work in unsafe areas and offered no meaningful opportunity for advancement DCFS says it'll station staff around the clock at a psychiatric hospital in uptown to monitor young patients until they can be safely removed from that facility. The announcement comes in the wake of rising hotline. Complaints alleging physical and sexual abuse. The Tribune reports the move by DCFS came as the ACLU ACO, you of Illinois hall the agency in federal court because of concerns that the child welfare agency wasn't doing enough to keep foster kids safe at Chicago lakeshore hospital, AccuWeather and sports snacks. WBZ news time four thirty.

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"chicago lakeshore hospital" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"chicago lakeshore hospital" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Getting a little past my my knowledge of search hell that airplane works. Exactly. But I know that they will be no change the diagnostic tests. They will capture whatever happened to this airplane. They will capture in the next round of diagnostics. She'll change software change, the hardware, and and they will capture that in their in their future updates to all of this. And and therefore that's how accident investigation works. That's what will make the make the airplane much safer in the future. But they have to get the data recorder working. I I understand they're not able to download it which means a better plane hit at a tremendous sports. I mean, my God that those things are meant to to to to to hold up under the very worst of conditions. You can see that this airplane. Unlike made three seventy which crashed under under the control of the pilot. This one crash said a tremendously high speed this disturbing. Game apart. I e Switzer one eleven did this Sarah one eleven investigation back in one thousand nine hundred here in Canada and went into the ocean similar to what to what this line air flight went in. And then ended up in two million pieces on the bottom of the ocean. We recovered ninety eight percent of it. And then this this airplane here is the wreckage that I see on the on the internet floating around on the water. Looks identical to what we had in Switzerland won eleven of those two airplanes went in the same way. Larry Vance is a he he mentioned the Switzer one eleven crash investigation here received the government of Canada certificate certification of recognition for that. He's done over two hundred field investigations. That's why there's some weight when he says m h three seventy mystery solved. That's the name of the book. It's out there. Find it online and download it. And by m h three seventy mystery solved. Larry we're out of time relate for the news. But we will chat again. Okay, sir. Thank you very much. I appreciate it. Texture. Texter texted me said Matt he called you out. He did I gotta get the book m h three seventy mystery solved. Just talk to Larry off the air. Let's make sure that we can get a copy of that book, and we will talk again. But as he said liner will be figured out that that crash will be figured out and make three seventy Larry says, he's figured out. Wait, not everybody else to catch up a little bit late. Let's check the headlines now with Roger badesch state's child welfare agency agreed to temporarily halted mission of foster kids to an uptown psychiatric hospital but seen a rise in complaints this year of young patients facing harmful conditions for also said it would hire an expert to review handling the complaints inside Chicago lakeshore hospital. Authorities have identified the shooter to yoga studio in Tallahassee as Scott Paul barely feels forty years of age. He killed himself at the scene on Friday to people who were killed. There were also identified sixty one year old Dr Nancy van vessel and twenty one year old Moore. Brinkley. Seventy two year old man found beaten to death in west side home Friday evening, happened in the five thousand block of west Washington boulevard, at least four people were killed in homicides in less than twelve hours on Friday. We'll check sports, traffic and weather next on WGN. Smokes..

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WBBM Newsradio

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"chicago lakeshore hospital" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Sunshine in Chicago land as we head up to a high right about fifty degrees. Overnight low of thirty six and then for the weekend. High of fifty four tomorrow. No rain in the forecast. Tomorrow Sunday, maybe some rain with a high of fifty seven right now forty one at O'Hare and midway forty four along Chicago's lakefront on Wall Street, the Dow is down one hundred thirty seven points. The NASDAQ is down ninety six and the s&p is down twenty WBZ news time ten twenty one. Our top story this hour. The Trump administration is announcing the reimposition of all US sanctions on Iran. Those had been lifted under the twenty fifteen nuclear deal the sanctions cover, Iran's shipping, financial and energy sectors. We'll have much more on this story. Coming up at ten thirty one. A group of state lawmakers wants to investigate an uptown psychiatric hospital state lawmakers one DCFS to investigate Chicago lakeshore hospital a story that you've used says there are allegations of child sexual and physical assaults there due to lax supervision and improper staff conduct. The paper says DCFS received sixteen hotline complaints this year, alleging that young patients faced further harm the hospital administrators at Chicago lakeshore hospital two other that they conducted an internal investigation and the allegations were unsubstantiated DCFS is inspector general calls that response. Ridiculous. Heath Johnson, NewsRadio one zero five point nine FM. If you're not sure what to do with all of that leftover Halloween candy here. Here's some ideas wanted Halloween. Candy doesn't have to be thrown out. You can recycle it at some locations, including the Lincoln Shire public library. The daily herald reports the library will be collecting the candy in been in the lobby and the treats will go to a local food pantry. Donations will be accepted through November ninth Mariam's job. News Radio on one zero five point nine FM. Teachers at four Chicago international charter schools are voting this morning to decide if they'll go on strike, the teacher say Chicago public schools leaders have rejected their calls for more classroom resources and also working conditions results of today's vote are expected to be announced this afternoon. Teachers at fifteen other charter schools voted earlier this week to go on strike the masked gunman who fatally shot a woman in front of her twin sister and two young nieces while they were trick or treating Halloween night on the northwest side remains on the loose. Police say the gunman shot old Myra Coronel after he jumped into their car near Hanson park. And demanded their belongings a Facebook post. By belmont. Craig in United community has asked. Neighbors to check surveillance video cornell's represented relatives have set up an online fundraising effort to pay for funeral expenses York bills school district. One fifteen has issued a public plea urging the community to help students before they cause harm to themselves. In a statement issued yesterday. The superintendent said there has been an increase in the number of students who are in his words making poor life decisions. There were no references to any specific incident. Another chance for you.

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"chicago lakeshore hospital" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"chicago lakeshore hospital" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Here is Steve presented, Justin. Good morning everyone. Thirty nine degrees on her way to forty nine today. Increased police presence today on the campus of depaul university in Lincoln park students have now been robbed three times in the past couple of weeks. Thursday nights cases, the first whereas student reported the robbers had a gun a nineteen year old to Paul student tells police he was walking near the depaul comments building in the nine hundred block of west Belden last night. And that he was approached by three teams who's swiped. His cash and ran off the student wasn't hurt. Pam Jones, WGN news, more men, convicted of crimes linked to corrupt X Chicago. Police sergeant named Ronald watts and officers under his command are expected to be exonerated. The cook. County state's attorney says seven more we'll have their convictions overturned today that would bring the total number of convictions linked to watch two fifty-five overturned that here's the former officer and his team have been accused of extorting money from numerous drug dealers. Elevated levels have toxic lead have been founded the drinking water nearly twenty percent of homes recently tested in Chicago, the city tested nearly. Three hundred homes where meters were installed is Cheryl minero lives in the city's Irving park neighborhood. She says she installed a water meter last year and that surprised by it. But at the same time. Yeah, I definitely would check into it. Now, a water Commissioner Randy Connor says the department learned of the lead problems back in June. He says they didn't tell the public, Dan because they were deciding how the issue should be addressed the American Civil Liberties union of Illinois threatening to sue the Illinois department of children and family services to take immediate action to block any more kids from being admitted to a psychiatric hospital in the uptown neighborhood. Children who currently are patients at Chicago lakeshore hospital have filed more complaints alleging sexual abuse than in past years. The ACLU wants DCFS to find a better alternative to that hospital to transfer the children there as well until then it's calling for DCFS to.

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"chicago lakeshore hospital" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"chicago lakeshore hospital" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Thirty nine degrees. Hotter way to forty nine today. Elevated levels of toxic lead have been found in the drinking water of nearly twenty percent of the three hundred homes recently tested in Chicago, forty eighth ward. All. Alderman. Harry Ulsterman criticizing the city's water Commissioner for his failure to alert the public back in June. When this was first discovered if we had known that there's elevated lead in water when there's meters being installed that's something that we should have been told. And it's something that homeowners should have been told Chicago water Commissioner Randy Connor admits the department learned of the lead problem back in June. He says they didn't tell the public, Dan because they were trying to decide how the issue should be approached me or manual. Meanwhile, has announced his study that will look at the feasability and framework for a multi-billion dollar program to potentially replace lead sewer service lines in Chicago, a federal judge in Wisconsin is sentenced to three years in prison. A man who sold a handgun that ended up being used to kill Chicago. Police commander Paul Bauer. Sixty eight year old Thomas Caldwell pleaded guilty to selling firearms without a license. Borrow was shot and killed in Chicago's loop near the Thompson center back in February. Chicago police say a large group of teenagers damaged at least twenty cars in Hyde Park on Halloween evening police say about nine thirty on Halloween night. A group of people were walking near south Kim, bargain, Kenwood streets, damaging vehicles. They seven incidents were reported cell phone video captured a large group of teenagers running through the streets that evening residents. Reported teen stomping on cars breaking windshield and throwing incendiary devices into at least two cars police continue their investigation. Andrea darlas WGN news eleven juveniles in one adult have been charged with public peace violations and reckless conduct after those incidents. The American Civil Liberties union of Illinois threatening to sue the department of children and family services to take immediate action to block any more kids from being admitted to a psychiatric hospital in the city's uptown neighborhood children who are currently patients at Chicago lakeshore hospital have filed more complaints alleging sexual abuse than in past years. Officials say they've seen a rise in complaints as well. The ACLU calling for an independent investigation into the hospital counties in Florida have implemented extra cybersecurity measures for next week's elections after some systems were targeted by hackers election. Officials in Broward County, Florida are using a federal automated system to detect attempts to hack into its election, computer. Broward elections who provide your Brenda snipe says south Florida has been targeted by hackers. But so far that county security system has blocked the attack. I believe we have a daily checking of our firewalls of the attempts on the average server and our T directed is able to identify by name origin. Those groups are individuals who are try and pin Drake assistant. And a new report says one in ten households with seniors age sixty and older received supplemental nutrition assistance program benefits, otherwise known as snap or food stamps this. According to a study released by the anti-poverty nonprofit food research and action center and the AARP foundation. The report says the number of elderly snap beneficiaries likely to increase in the coming years as baby boomers age. Now, WGN sports, here's Dave good morning. It's a huge weekend in Evanston. It would be enough. Just for north western football to be hosting Notre Dame tomorrow on the first visit for the Irish too. Evanston since nineteen seventy six, but I and you will open the brand new Welsh Ryan arena tonight with the basketball exhibition against mckendry university. We'll talk to both the coaches, Pat, FitzGerald Chris college in a few moments. She'll bring you both those games from Evanston to Edmonton where Blackhawks forward Nick schmaltz was a healthy scratch. The hawks did get Patrick came back from a sick day despite forty shots on goal. They were shut out four nothing by the Oilers. Our xfinity Blackhawks report the hawks winless in four games. Jonathan tape says it's up to the veterans himself included thinking as always starts.

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WBBM Newsradio

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"chicago lakeshore hospital" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"About eight hundred miles from the Callen, Texas and the president vowing to sign an executive order to ban migrants from seeking asylum. If they crossover illegally the ACLU's, Omar Chad watt says prohibited people from applying for asylum, accepted ports of entry that would be plainly. Illegal. That's contrary to the explicit language in the law that they're supposed to be following what do voters think CBS news political correspondent Ed O'Keefe in some of the national surveys suggest immigration has creeped up as an issue of concern. People are talking about this issue and wondering why isn't getting more coverage. Former President Obama follows Oprah in Georgia today to campaign for democratic gubernatorial hopeful Stacey Abrams CBS news update. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. WBZ news time four thirty two. There are some Illinois lawmakers demanding an investigation of activities at enough. Uptown psychiatric hospital. State lawmakers one DCFS to investigate Chicago lakeshore hospital. A story says there are of child sexual and physical assaults there due to lax supervision and improper staff conduct. The paper says DCFS received sixteen hotline complaints this year, alleging that young patients faced further harm in the hospital administrators at Chicago lakeshore hospital show that you're doing that they conducted an internal investigation and determined the allegations were unsubstantiated DCFS is inspector general calls that response. Ridiculous. Heath Johnson, NewsRadio one zero five point nine FM. A couple of government agencies are in disagreement over the cancer risk could posed by using cell phones up here of federal agencies disagree when it comes to the safety of cell phones. The national toxicology program has raised its warnings of a link between cell phone usage, and heart and brain cancer. This is based on a study of male rats exposed to large amounts of radio frequency waves, but the food and drug. Administration disagrees. The FDA says the findings should not be applied to human cell phone usage. Steve Futterman, CBS news. The interior department's watchdog is referring probe of secretary. Ryan Zinke to the Justice department investigation of interior secretary. Ryan Zinke has been referred to the Justice department by the interior department's inspector general, according to people familiar with the investigation who asked not to be identified the nature of the referral. First reported by the Washington Post is not clear Zinke has been the subject of several probes including one into a Montana land deal involving a foundation he created zinc. He's attorney says no notice has been received of any Justice department investigation or of an inspector general's referral. Mike rossier? Washington riverside is praising an eleven year veteran of its police department who recently made his six hundredth DUI arrest. Three-year-old riverside police officer, Brian Greene wall. Called says as the years have gone by since he joined the department as a rookie in two thousand seven the number of DUI arrests. He's made has changed. Definitely if you're I think between ride shares and hopefully some of the publicity and advertising through from nitsa add on a different transportation. Hopefully, people are getting idea that there's better options than trapping impaired nitsa is the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration officer Greenwald says the number of crashes, they respond to has not changed. But the number of DUI related crashes has changed. I think by the end of the year, we're going to be down. My guess is probably about twenty five or thirty percent this year from years past which is great Steve Miller, News Radio on one zero five point nine FM Blee Florida man, accused of sending pipebombs two prominent Democrats and critics of President Trump is doing card for a bail hearing today. Federal prosecutors contend Cesar CEOs should remain jailed until trial. Given the magnitude of the charges against him and the strong evidence say accused of sending fifteen improvised explosive devices to numerous Democrats, Trump, critics and media outlets, none of the bombs exploded. And no one was hurt. Still say faces nearly fifty years in prison if convicted on five federal charges. The hearing today will also deal with win say should be moved from Miami to New York to be prosecuted several package bombs were found in New York as well as other locations. WBZ news time four thirty six..

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WBBM Newsradio

05:53 min | 2 years ago

"chicago lakeshore hospital" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"I'm Mary himself. These are the top stories on NewsRadio WB and president. Trump leads another campaign rally vowing to put a stop to the caravan of migrants trekking north through Central America. More coming up from CBS news. Some lawmakers want enough town psychiatric hospital investigated do cell phones. Create a cancer risk and a west suburban police department. Celebrating an officer who just made a six hundred DUI arrests WBZ sports. Blackhawks lose four to nothing to the Oilers. In Edmonton, five bears are unable to practice on Thursday for Sunday's game against buffalo in western New York in the NFL. San Francisco beats Oakland thirty four to three forty three degrees at O'Hare right now. It's forty six at midway forty five at the lakefront at one thirty one CBS news update. President Trump continued his campaign season volley on illegal immigration to MS. Zuri audience Thursday night, just several days before the pivotal midterm elections. This will be the election of cavenaugh, the caravans law and order tax cuts and common sense. Omar Jaguar with the ACLU says, the anti immigrant rhetoric is irresponsible fanning the flames of anti immigrant hatred. He's actually further dividing the country. He's giving more oxygen to the arguments of white nationalist political analyst from the university of Virginia. Larry Sabato on what we could see in Tuesday's midterms both sides. Not just one side are now energized and enthusiastic about voting, and we'll probably have a very good turn out as a result of very good turnout compared to other midterms CBS news update. I'm that piper. WBZ news time one thirty to the news watch continues, some lawmakers want an uptown psychiatric hospital investigated WBZ Keith Johnson reports. State lawmakers one DCFS to investigate Chicago lakeshore hospital a story this review says there are of child sexual and physical assaults there due to lax. Supervision and improper staff conduct. The paper says DCFS received sixty hotline complaints this year, alleging that young patients faced further harm the hospital administrators at Chicago lakeshore hospital tale that you've been that they conducted an internal investigation and determined the allegations were unsubstantiated DCFS is inspector general calls that response. Ridiculous. Heath Johnson, NewsRadio one zero five point nine FM. Couple of government agencies are clashing over the cancer risk posed by cell phone use federal agencies disagree when it comes to the safety of cell phones. The national toxicology program has raised its warnings of a link between cell phone usage, and heart and brain cancer. This is based on a study of male rats exposed to large amounts of radio frequency waves, but the food and Drug administration disagrees. The FDA says the findings should not be applied to human cell phone usage. Steve Futterman, CBS news. The interior department watchdog refers a probe of Ryan zinc to the Justice. Department investigation of interior secretary. Ryan Zinke has been referred to the Justice department by the interior department's inspector general, according to people familiar with the investigation who asked not to be identified the nature of the referral. First reported by the Washington Post is not clear Zeki has been the subject of several probes including one into a Montana land deal involving a foundation. He created Zeki is attorney says no notice has been received of any Justice department investigation or of an inspector general's referral. Mike rossier? Washington. WBZ news time one thirty three the head of Chicago's department of streets. And sanitation says he's looking at a widespread complaints about the city's recycling program alderman, Susan Sedloski, Garza of the tenth ward says the waste management company seems to have an incentive to decide that containers of recyclables are too contaminated with other materials, we pay them to take our garbage. So if they d- mccart contaminated, we're paying them to pick up our recycled, but then we're paying them to take our can. Our stuff as well. So it's kind of like double dip in. You know, what I mean Commissioner John Kelly told the alderman he'd noticed a spiking contamination tags two and says the private holler will be monitored. He made that promise at his budget hearing west suburban rivers is praising any seven year veteran of the police department who just made his six hundred DUI arrest Thirty-three-year-old riverside police officer, Brian Greene. And walled says as the years have gone by since he joined the department as a rookie in two thousand seven the number of DUI arrests. He's made has changed. I think between ride shares and hopefully some of the publicity and advertising through from nitsa at department transportation. Hopefully, people are getting idea that there's better options than driving impaired nitsa is the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration officer Greenwald says the number of crashes they respond to has not changed, but the number of DUI relate. Did crashes has changed? I think if I'd end of the year, we're going to be down. My guess is probably about twenty five to thirty percent this year from years past which is great Steve Miller, News Radio on one zero five point nine. I found news time one thirty five. Police are investigating how two sisters from Saudi Arabia were found dead in the Hudson river in New York City last week, the girls were found with no signs of trauma and police says it appears they were in police say it appears they were alive when they went into the water, according to officials credit card records show sixteen year old taller Faria and Twenty-three-year-old Rotana Faria were last seen in Fairfax on October on August twenty fourth. They were reported missing in Fairfax on September twelfth a reminder, the only place to stream WBZ 'em is on the radio dot com app. Download it now and listen wherever you go traffic with Laura von and weather coming up next WBZ news time one thirty six.

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"chicago lakeshore hospital" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"chicago lakeshore hospital" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Up until the building to the third floor where he pushed his way in office. Follow behind him. Struggle. We struggle ensued. There you continue to run out of that building. And that's when officers fired one bullet it struck the man in the neck. He's at the university of Chicago hospitals, and is said to be nineteen or in his twenty s Bob Roberts, NewsRadio one point nine FM. Authorities in Chicago concluded a series of raids overnight in an attempt to combat gun violence throughout the city. Chicago police partnered with federal agents to arrest over fifty suspects seizing twenty weapons and eighty thousand dollars in cash. This is Chicago police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi people that really need the most credited in certainly the officers for going out there. But it's the community members spoke up hope and who's driving violence in their neighborhoods, and without that partnership, and that information, we certainly would not have been successful. At least four defendants will likely face federal prosecution top child welfare watchdogs are calling for outside experts to investigate if Chicago psychiatric hospital where troubled teens of alleged sexual abuse. The tribus. Insights, one of the most serious allegations against Chicago lakeshore hospital, two young girls under the age of twelve accusing a male worker of touching them sexually DCFS has rejected an independent investigation of the hospital saying we lead to unnecessary bureaucracy. At instead have increased the number of hospital visits to ensure the wellbeing of young patients. The Accu weather five day forecast and sports coming up next WBZ news time ten thirteen. Keyboard for.

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