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"chicago police academy" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

04:57 min | 3 months ago

"chicago police academy" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"If this guy gets the death penalty and hung in public, it's not gonna be good enough. There'll be a celebratory riot. And if he gets, you know, 10 years old, be upset and they'll be be writing over that so Um, you know, it's It's a touchy situation of the young kid. His tragic is it maybe he was, you know. Certainly Ah gang member hanging out with a 21 year old gang member out at 2 30 in the morning with the gun. Um so I I don't know what a police suffers are supposed to do if he thinks somebody's raising the gun to shoot other than defend themselves, so Talking here, huh? This is this is Alderman Esposito talking about our 13 year old. Adam to Lehto, who was killed at 2:45 A.m.. Have you seen that video? Do they give Alderman a chance to look at it before they release it? They didn't add. I don't think I am not so sure the mayor's even seen and I'm sure she's been briefed on it. I know, she said She did not want to see it until the the kid's mother saw it. I haven't heard that the mother had sought yet. Um, viewed it, so I don't know. When's that gonna happen? Um, so I know advocates. Um are, um, advocating to show it, But, I mean, I think in, you know, mom I'm should see it first. And then she should say, OK, I have no problem with this being released, so I don't understand how things work with Pope what it comes to the release of videos, but I've been told that, you know, um, the civilian today. Uh, the civilian is It's not gonna look too good. But you know the police officers, they would understand a little bit more. When you tell somebody to drop the gun, and then you raise your hand to throat a gun. It's a little bit of a different story. I mean, it's a split second decision. If people would take the not everybody could take it. Certainly all the men to take about Joe civilian can take it. But if anybody ever took the shoot, don't shoot class at the Chicago Police Academy. They would kind of understand what these officers go through. So Way. Ask an awful lot of our police office, especially police officers and urban centers. That's for sure. No expense, especially today. I mean, we have what we have a test right now, Uh, sign up test and my understanding is there's There was no less than 2000. People signed up for the test and using half of the people actually go through and take the test. So that's pretty sad. A job that only is matter of 25 years ago. You'd have you know 30 40,000 people saying it up and now you have maybe 2000 and sign up in only 1000. I'll take it. We go through tend to get one. So I mean, we're looking at being able to hire 100 police officers in 2021, which is we're gonna be in big trouble if we don't keep our numbers up. Let me tell yourself Ultimate Sposato back to your comments regarding your concern that protesters from the suburbs or further might converge on downtown Chicago. Is there a way do you think, and this, of course, is risky as far as a civil rights. Not talking racially necessarily, but impeding People's movement. Freedom of movement is her way. When videos were released, their verdicts come down just to seal off the downtown C T. A Expressways and say nobody come downtown on Ley residents of the city in the city. You know, I'm not an attorney. I can't imagine we could check ideas, but we can't seal it off. You know what we did with the bridges last time raise the bridges that kind of keep some control. So that's actually a pretty good idea. I think that just seal up inbound into the city and we don't need these knuckleheads coming into our city and wreaking havoc. And in my my opinion, I felt there was a disproportionate amount of white people, especially, ah, young white girls out at these riots, whether it was the Columbus statue or whether it was Downtown. Uh, after the after the The event with the police officers in Minnesota with George flight, so Automobile. Leave it there for this afternoon. Thank you for your time. His eyes Much appreciated, sir. Okay. Always a pleasure to do your show, John. Thank you very much. 5 16 here and W ls still to come. They are. In fact, let me give you They're the true story here again. That kind of continue to talk about this making protest signs, signing petitions and holding rallies, and I'm talking about this happening in Glenview. If you miss that store, we're gonna get to it coming up at 5 35 on and threw in with the big 89. Double d ls John checking traffic at 5 17 on the Northwest side Imported park. We have an accident with police activity. Austin Boulevard of West Addison Street on the Stevenson stop and go traffic inbound between the tri State Tollway and Central Avenue. On the Kennedy. It's also a slow go outbound between the burn interchange and Montrose. Next traffic update in less than 15 minutes, Wabe the idea of recreational marijuana money's gonna go for this go by like that 62 million of it. It's sitting unused. We can get it out. There's this failure in the system here is a shocking.

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"chicago police academy" Discussed on Court Junkie

Court Junkie

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"chicago police academy" Discussed on Court Junkie

"Council this. In her Albany state we last borne out I the Evans. You eventually earn a glassy as he released who is trained to violence who was trained to see crime were maybe others don't see. Any reported. Burglary. In saw, nene perceive as patrol judge is level. In by the morning. Isn't The evidence will show 'cause. Sleeps in other nats. Discreet doesn't. Analysts. Have, a shrine. Read to abstract what really happens to look Wyoming Donald during the course of the shooting. In fact judge. Show. Just the opposite Tom. Was Not a witness. He didn't see what happens during issue. He never study saw what urge. How the heck could he ever part of Remix? Interest. Of what happened there shooting that he never saw Investigator. Earl Briggs with the medical examiner's office testified that on the night of the shooting detective. David. March told him that MacDonald lunged at the officers with a knife. CHICAGO. Police sergeant. Larry, smelling, a supervisor at the Chicago Police Academy testified that the tactical response report should only been filled out by Van Dyke since he was the one who fired his gun. But it was filled out by Van Dyke, Walsh and Gaffney stating that they had all been battered by McDonald's. On Cross Gaffney Attorney pointed out that Gaffney had listed the address on his report as the address where McDonald had cut his tire, not the address where the shooting occurred. But perhaps most crucial to the cover up trial was the testimony of officer Dora Fontaine who pulled up to the scene of the incident just as Van Dyke got out of the car. Fontaine said, she told detective March that Macdonald may have been swinging the knife at his side, but that was it. She never told him that she saw McDonald walked towards lunge at or attack Van Dyke. But one night months later, a coworker texted her a link to a report about the shooting. The report said she claimed that McDonald was attacking Van Dyke. I started. And what the FARC I was upset because I'm not said that. Officer. Fontaine called her attorney, but she never called her supervisor or filed a report correcting the false information. She said that after she spoke out, other officers called her a rat, a snitch and a traitor. She said some of them wouldn't even back her up on calls saying she didn't deserve to be helped. To wrap up their case prosecutors presented emails showing that the officer's superiors even wanted to protect Van Dyke. One email was from one sergeant to a lieutenant neither of whom was charged in the case however signed off on the reports quote we should be applauding him not second guessing him. would. A reasonable officer placed in the same situation? Take the same actions? The answer is absolutely. But one piece of evidence that showed that there had not been a complete cover up was that the video of the shooting had been preserved for more than a year detective marches attorney argued. He made sure it never got. G made sure ain't nobody wants to see. Whether it's a place. All Oriented Public Day marks Chapman preserve. After five days of testimony Judge Dominica Stevenson was ready with her verdict. It took nearly an hour for her to address each issue. This states indictment accused the officers of obstruction of justice, misconduct and conspiracy. But. Judge. Stevenson said there was not enough proof that the officers purposefully hid evidence. The question is whether these officers intentionally or recklessly completed these swarms with false information. The state argues that the information and the reports is false because it is in conflict with the video and because they were filled out with almost identical information to people with two different vantage points can witness the same event but describe it differently, this does not necessarily mean that one of them is lying rather it could be in any kate indication that they are describing what they saw from their vantage point with their own perceptions in contrast people who view the same incident can also describe the event similarly as before this does not mean that if they do this, they are lying. All three officers who had since been fired from the police department were acquitted of the charges. As the United States continues to process police custody does and gears up for other police officers charged with crimes. There's understandable discord. Dan. Herbert Van Dyke Attorney. said he worried police will become endanger especially in high crime neighborhoods like the part of the city Van Dyke was working that night. Nick a classic example, just a couple of days ago in Chicago and that was an individual actually shot. Chicago police officer and there was multiple police officers around and not a single person fired their weapon at this individual. So does it have? That case do these other cases have a chilling effect? There is no question that it does in especially in cases where. You know like Van Dyke, you hit his training in the policy was that an individual with a knife within thirty feet? was, a potential deadly threat. Here. He had ten feet away and then Illinois State Law clearly allowed him to use force for a number of reasons all not the least of which taking out the fear of his life. You know that you can. We can argue but I would say a policy police department clearly said that that individual in a position where he can cause bright bodily harm to van Dyke but also the fleeing felon, he was able to to shoot this individual. Even if he didn't think he was causing a threat to to him or his partners but simply because he was fleeing he was fleeing a lawful arrest after committing forceable felonies and he was using a deadly weapon. As a means to escape, SORTA, walk thoroughly allows for that. The training allows for the shooting and when police officers get charged and convicted for things that the legislatures legislators have them, they can do and their supervisors have trained them to do. Yeah. That's it leaves. Them very puzzled scared and with an immense feeling of helplessness. Moments before the judge had issued his sentence Jason Van Dyke stood before him, his police officer's uniform badge and gun had been.

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"chicago police academy" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"chicago police academy" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Play by play it's a good night unfortunately the cats can't get the victory but the season as young as we say to get a great show lined up for you tonight will take you to the eleven o'clock hour and Nick to Julia takes over here on seven twenty WGN Jian the daily lines other Sharon's gonna join us tonight heather's been head of chip busy day at city hall as councils debating everything from public consumption of pot to putting the brakes on neighborhood mega developments also it's the first week of business in twenty twenty so we'll talk about what to expect from the city and the state this year can you see graduated income tax Chicago casino vegan school lunches maybe I made that last one up and get the idea we've heard so much made out of building a new Chicago police academy in town but how about a community police academy that's the idea from communities partnering for peace initiative aimed at reducing violence and gang activity in twenty two of the most vulnerable neighborhoods in Chicago and I just got a bunch of money from an unlikely source the NFL yeah can big grant today we'll talk with the executive director who himself used to play in the league about what a community police academy would look like we'll do that coming up at nine o'clock also tonight the holidays are over in the process of putting your new toys and clothes away certainly be gone unless you're like me were everything you got for Christmas still that one box the city it'll be there for a couple months but making room means maybe had to make some decisions on some junk you've been holding on to and you just don't know if you should part with it enter Greg flam and the swap meet our weekly segments back for twenty twenty looking forward to hearing about what Greg found this holiday season of course looking forward to hearing from you but your junk three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred so all that's coming up tonight here on seven twenty WGN but before we do that let's get the take aways takeaways from today January eighth twenty twenty another coyote story dominate the local headlines of five year old or six year old if.

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"chicago police academy" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"chicago police academy" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Don't I don't know Kelly pope in bill crazy we're live in the studio watch and bill dance answered and it's not a pretty picture folks Ellis assure you so we are talking to filmmaker and professor Deborah told him to ski about our her act acts on your time's up dies contaminated memories are talked about memory and bill I'd love to hear you talk about your memory well that before you came on we we spoke about experience I had where I was an eye witness in a murder trial I selected the the person from a police line up and then ended up going to court and identifying the defendant and he was convicted and sentenced to ninety nine years how did you know it was the right person it's funny it's I saw the person and it was like boom that's him and as for I I've I've I've got very sort of torn feelings on this because there was that experience of mine additionally as an educator I've taught at the Chicago police academy I've talked fraud examination and is part of that we talk about interviewing witnesses and and you know telling them to be careful not to put suggestions of the people's hair is sure and and in fact I've known some police officers who have been written about because of problems in that and my wife work for lower Caldwell a local law professor attorney humanitarian who got involved with the exonerates people who were exonerated after being convicted and and so I ate all I I I I sort of seen all sides of this and so let's bring up let's bring I Deborah back into our conversation because Dever I would love to hear more about some of the people that you have in your feature length documentary about faucets in memory and crime I would love to talk a little bit about that I wanted to respond to what you just said there were two and and underscore that eyewitness identification can absolutely correct and in no way does this phone or the fact that it's often wrong mean that people when they they see something art sometimes correct they can be corrected shifts and it can be it can be ana contaminated and sometimes the police or the investigators aren't even aware of how they're contaminating it because they don't get the most of them do not get the type of training that that you know educates them about that they're trained in read or read you know it's a it's a common type of training the police get greed is is is an organization based here in Chicago that trains people in of an interrogation and interviewing correct and I actually just did it to an awful not I'm not one underscore I'm not saying that women who you know were assaulted can't people leave or that if you've written a something you're wrong you should absolutely always go to you know a priority and we need to support people who see things or effect on but this type of testimony needs cooperation it's not it's been proven it's just not on its own reliable and in fact I've been way you asked what else on filming for the feature length which had been working on for a few years I just a couple months ago filmed extensively with police on homicide detective in the Arizona who are developing a whole new curriculum with which is high value detainees masses that account for a lot of the way it is contamination currently happen and it will I am convinced but he a significant improvement and I know L..

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"chicago police academy" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"chicago police academy" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Chicago smart speaker user, just say play WGN radio and tune in here with the news the aforementioned Vic Vaughn, thank you Rik, fair skies and strong winds. Fourteen degrees at O'Hare Chicago police superintendent, Eddie Johnson is expected. Release more information about charges against empire actor Jesse small let on Monday, we also expect to see an update from the department on the latest crime numbers for the month of February. So far one hundred new Chicago police academy graduates are scheduled to deploy into their first districts tomorrow morning. President Trump hosted together. Dinner earlier this evening, it made mention of his upcoming summit with North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN I think it's gonna lead to something. Very good. And maybe not I think ultimately it. Well, but maybe not and I'm not pushing for speed, but we're not removing the sanctions speaking from the national governor's association winter meeting at the White House, President travels to be at Phnom in the morning for that second summit in Hanoi. It's set to begin on Wednesday. The F B I has joined the investigation of Saturday's crash of an Amazon cargo plane outside Houston, Texas, the National Transportation Safety board says crew made no mayday call air traffic controllers lost contact with the pilots of the Boeing seven sixty seven when it reached about six thousand feet altitude. Authorities confirm all three crew members were killed two bodies have been recovered. Pawprints? Francis calls abusive Catholic, priests the tools of Satan, he said so after three days of meetings with Tom bishops and leaders of the Catholic church part of a summit aimed at addressing the priests to be scandal. At least. Now, say an arrest warrant is imminent for New England Patriots owner, Robert Kraft additional people have been identified as well in a major bust involving an alleged prostitution ring in Florida. Here's ABC's Zachary Keach with more more than two hundred have now been identified in this thing. Other high profile men included billionaire equity firm owner, John Childs, Johnny pre the boyfriend of gopher Jessica Korda in former CitiGroup president John havens, investigators say they found an operation that relied on Asian women being used as sex worker, according to investigators those.

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"chicago police academy" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"chicago police academy" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The dream still the bands, the call of our country is still loud. And the question is are we? This is five number of people are talking about the presidential race today, including first term Senator Kamala Harris getting into the democratic race. A former California attorney general and has become known in the Senate for her aggressive questioning of President Trump's nominees half dozen democratic presidential prospects had made their voices heard across the country today. The congressman representing northern Kentucky says he is standing by the students of Covington Catholic now at the center of a controversial video showing one student appearing to stare down a native American as he sang and played a drum in Washington DC last week. Here's ABC's will Clark. It remains unclear. Exactly what happened between the students of northern Kentucky Covington Catholic high school and a group of native Americans at the foot of the Lincoln monument, but Kentucky's fourth district Representative Thomas Massie says it's his honor to represent them in the wake of that encounter. I felt like somebody needed to stand up for these kids. Massey says after watching all the. Videos available and getting some context he feels Nick sand man, the students teen in the video with the native American drummer did the right thing will Clark ABC news. Louisville ninety six new graduates of the Chicago police academy will be assigned to twelve districts across the city this week. This is the second group of officers deployed since the first of the year, nearly two hundred new recruits Sarah on the street now says of January first most of them working on the city's south and west sides. We'll check sports traffic and weather next on WGN huge savings on new and.

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"chicago police academy" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"chicago police academy" Discussed on WGN Radio

"This Martin Luther King junior day democratic presidential candidates and those who might run are fanning out across the country meeting voters. Here's ABC's Ellie wrote former vice president Joe Biden is among the possible democratic hopefuls making MLK day appearances by an address the national action network's annual king. Day breakfast in Washington where he criticized President Trump's unwillingness to condemn racism at music events, like the two thousand seventeen Charlottesville protests, which left one woman dead president of the United States make a moral equivalence between those who are spreading the hate. And those who are opposing Biden has not yet announced whether or not he will make a third bid for the White House alley Rogin ABC news, Washington, and the partial government shutdown is now in its thirty first day, Democrats and Republicans are no closer to ending it. President Trump over the weekend offered to temporarily extend protections for young immigrants. Brought to the US legally as children in exchange for the five plus billion dollars. He wants for the wall between the US and Mexico. Democrats say that proposal does not go far enough a fourteen year old got out of an Uber and a bullet grazed his head early this morning on the south side WGN's. Pam Jones reports Fernwood neighbourhood on the first block of west one hundred fifth street police say when the boy got out of. His Uber ride to males started talking to him, then a shouting match and gunfire. The fourteen year old ran and the suspects fled the scene. The investigation continues. Pam Jones, WGN news ninety six new graduates of the Chicago police academy will be assigned this week to twelfth district across the city. This is the second group of officers deployed since the first of the year for a total of nearly two hundred new recruits since the first of January most now working on the city's south and west sides. We'll check your money sports, traffic and weather next on WGN. Join.

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"chicago police academy" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

09:40 min | 2 years ago

"chicago police academy" Discussed on WGN Radio

"WGN TV investigates tonight at nine back to the Steve Cochran show. Jolly happy. On the button. Who to wise out of the last time, you made a Snowmass snow, man. I mean, a real snowman hard. It's hard to do. It's hard to do without snow on the golf course. Yes. That that would be making a different kind of snowman that'd be an eight, but our friend, Alex Paul is the most valuable person on the planet today. Allocate is a bachelor of fine arts sculpture student at the university of Nebraska Omaha. I guess my first question would be I didn't know these get a sculpture degree at the university of Nebraska. Most definitely can all right. And where are you from Alec? Originally from Las Vegas. I've lived all over the US, but I have family here in, you know. It's interesting that you would go to Nebraska to learn sculpture after living all over the country. Living in Vegas got upset. Well, it's not a bad place to start off the more. So where I end up this where I think it's gonna matter. So you may say well, snowman sculpture guy sculpture guy's gonna be really good at the snowman. But explain how the started you couldn't sleep. Yeah. So actually started off I was photographing a project of mine, I built a robot. And I wanted to photograph a robot building a snowman thought it would be a funny commentary on how robots will never be human. And I after rolling that. I man it was just too easy. So I looked out across the field. Yeah. I saw tons of snow, and I just wanted to fill the place of so many Aspen. Ask me how many snowmen Alec made in one night. How many how many how many eighty four eighty four eighty four? That's gotta be a record. Isn't it? I don't know. No one's really looked into it. Alec when you started. You know, you did the one and then you do the second third. Did you did you were they organized in lines was it hap hazard? Yeah. I guess it was just a little haphazard. I just started rolling balls of snow and originally that's all I was going to do. I was just kind of like a whole bunch of balls. And just you know, I thought that would be crazy, but then decided to go through and finish them office. So men get any help. No one helped me. So they so the university of Brassica wakes up to eighty four snowman is this on campus or on the edge campus. Where was it? No it wasn't on campus. It's actually just right across the street from my house it's in Leavenworth park here. The hall. But there had to be ahead to be a major the, you know, the selfie photography bus trip. I mean, everybody had to come see that didn't they? Yeah. A lot of people did take pictures and people have been sending me pictures and stuff it's been really fun. Alec. You've been someone who's involved with art projects and sculpture projects before when you were in the middle of doing this. As you explain the process to do this. Did you recognize this could be something that would be viral that that many people would want to see the the amount of snow men in this one area? Yeah. So actually like halfway through. I was starting to feel that feeling of like wanting to give up, you know, and someone drove by and I heard them have a little freak out, you know, and I could roll down their window, and they had to yell out their window along with all of their friends. Like, yeah. Yeah. You know, keep going, you know, and and it was still it was still dark. I was doing this in the middle of the night. And you know, so that was that was a little motivational that really helped me keep going list when people cheered me on these are real sized snowman like initially when I first started the story. I assume these were like knee high. Because like snowball size. But these are these are good size. Come up to your chest tape, real snow because a lot of us might have had the idea, even but we would have made one and a half and win a cold. So how long does it take to make eighty four snowman? Some other news station. Did the math for me? They said that she took quite the eight and a half hours. It took to make all of them. And you divide that by eighty four took something like seven and a half minutes personnel, man. That's fast. I mean, that's your your personal man ratio. That's a low number. That's speedy. That's Olympic speed. But we've all been in that when you're kind of an insomniac state and can't sleep. Sometimes you become so hyper focused like you're able to just crank stuff out. You know? I was because you're a sculpture major does your family, the the big negative of having somebody in sculpture as you always are making these giant sculptures that. They have to house like, oh, did you see my big project? I'm sending it home. Mom and dad. Space for all the sculptures that you've done over the years. Don't they? Yeah. Yeah. I'm actually it's funny. I have a storage unit myself full of all my sculptures. I haven't tried to pin them off on family yet. It's a cool story. Alec. Look it really is. And by the way, do you have a girlfriend because if you can't turn this into a relationship with somebody that you're not working hard enough? I'll have to build more. Very impressive. Alec paulin. We see this. Do we have this up yet on social? Okay. At Cochran show on Twitter, Steve Cochran show, Facebook and Instagram all over, and there's no men have there is some leaves in this now man because you know, leaves on the ground got in the snowman. But I'm not going to hold that against you. And then curious, well, then I also you know, I was looking out across the field. And I couldn't differentiate a snowman between snowman. So I decided that I needed to color them. Then you could you could tell them apart from each other. It's an artistic choice who are we to question your choice? Please. Alec. Alec paul. You gotta you gotta social media feed. You want to tell us about that. We can chase you on for your next wacky insomniac project. I do the Alex Paul on Instagram. Yes. The Alec alachua. And then I also just launched a website the Alec Paul dot com. Good luck. Man. I look forward to being super famous and you'd better still return our phone call. I definitely will. Thank you so much. Thank you been the most valuable person on the planet. Breaking then the headlines go straight to the headlines right now. And then Ryan nobles. Join us going to lots to talk about with Ryan Steve Steve good morning, everyone nine degrees in Chicago. A little bit of light snow out. There are the partial government shutdown now in its thirty first day, and Democrats and Republicans appear to be no closer to ending it. Then when it began President Trump over the weekend offered to temporarily extend protections for young immigrants brought to the US he illegally as children, those are the DACA kids in those fleeing disastrous zones in exchange for five point seven billion dollars for a wall along the Mexico border. Democrats say the proposal has not did not go far enough conservatives accused Trump of the embracing amnesty ninety six new graduates of the Chicago police academy will be assigned this week twelve police districts across the city. It's the second group officers deployed since the first of the year for a total of nearly. Two hundred recruits since January, I most of them are now working on the city's south and west sides and the black former northwestern PHD student receiving a one point two million dollar settlement from the city of Evanston after a violent arrest several years ago Lawrence Crosby was awarded the pound earlier this month after filing a civil lawsuit against the city and the police department back in twenty seventeen dash Cam video shows and being beaten and arrested for stealing his own car during a traffic. Stop in Evanston in October of two thousand fifteen Crosby was alternately charged with disobeying a police officer and resisting arrest in the case, but was acquitted at trial and those are the headlines WGN sports sponsored by northwestern basketball. Chicago's big ten team. It's a Rams patriots Super Bowl. Greg's aligns fifty seven yard field goal gave the Rams at twenty six twenty three overtime win in New Orleans. Rexburg has two yard touchdown run. Overtime gave New England a thirty seven. Thirty one win at Kansas City. First time both conference championships have gone over time. And the first time that the road team won both conference championships since two thousand and twelve the Super Bowl a week from Sunday in Atlanta and the patriots are early point and a half favorites. The Blackhawks were eight five winners over the Washington Capitals. Our xfinity Blackhawks report Jonathan tapes. Patrick Kane each with five point days tapes, a hat trick plus to assess Cain, two goals and three assists. Now, a seventy points on the year, Brandon Saad Alex break. Dylan Strom also scored for the hawks. They host the islanders tomorrow night bulls play this afternoon in Cleveland, college basketball, Iowa over Illinois ninety five seventy one at the Australian Open. Serena Williams has reached the quarterfinals with a three-set win over top seed Simona Hallam top man seed Novak Djokovic is up two sets to one and leading in the fourth set of. Over danneal Medvedev. Phil Mickelson led for three rounds of the Desert Classic. But ended up finishing one stroke beyond the winner. Atom long shot a.

"chicago police academy" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"chicago police academy" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Waukegan resume. Search efforts today for a teen who fell into Lake Michigan Friday fire marshal Lieutenant Steve Lindsey, one of his friends that he was out walking with had slipped and fallen into the water and. A second friend that was with them had jumped in trying to save the first one the first team who fell into the lake was rescued. He remains hospitalized new allegations of sexual abuse. In the Catholic church. This time in Madison Wisconsin Madison dioceses considering an investigation into the number of substantiated allegations against clergy of sexual abuse of minors. Dic- spokesman Brent king says the unexpected death of Bishop Robert Marlena in November put those plans on hold the Green Bay diocese announced Thursday that more than thirty of its clergy members had abused minors. Roger badesch WGN news. Former Northwestern University graduate student is speaking publicly about his recent arrest in Evanston, twenty-eight-year-old Lawrence. Crosby accused Evanston PD violating his civil rights in a lawsuit that was settled out of court last week. I want to take my experience and use it as an example for change change that leases society where what happened to me is less likely to happen to someone else. Crosby was getting into his own car back in mid ach. Tober when officers responded to a call a car theft in progress. Tackled him and took him into custody. One officer seen a dash Cam video punching him all charges have since been dropped and ninety six new graduates of the Chicago police academy will learn details of their first assignments in the city, they'll be deployed across twelve districts, the most will deploy to high crime areas on the south and west sides. That's nearly two hundred new officers over the past twenty one days. We'll check WGN sports here with David and good morning. The Rams and patriots are set to meet in Super Bowl fifty three a week from Sunday both needed some last minute dramatics to get there. Of course, the patriots made a habit of that. They took the lead late allowed a game tying field goal to force over top. Then never left. The chiefs touch the ball in overtime to win thirty seven thirty one to reach their third straight Super Bowl their ninth with the Brady Bellichik tandem. The Rams got their thanks in no small part to a no call on an obvious interference. That if call probably seals it for New Orleans. Instead the saints had to settle for a go ahead field goal which gave the Rams time to tie it and force overtime where Greg's airlines fifty seven yard field goal. What it twenty six twenty three. We'll have more on the match up from Dan Hampton, coming up this morning at seven ten and we'll have more on this past into the.

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"chicago police academy" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"chicago police academy" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Government shutdown is now thirty days all the way. This news update in conversation today on seven twenty GM. Dr Kevin most joined Steve Cochran later this morning. Hear the sounds that matter the top five at five from the Roe Conn show, the blonde tests, weekday afternoons on seven twenty WGN. Chicago smart speaker users just say play WGN radio on tune in news time is three o'clock skip to the newsroom and dick Vaughan. Thank you. Good morning. It's mostly cloudy six above at O'Hare light snowfall at midway. Police in Nevada have arrested a man whom they say, maybe a serial killer nineteen year old Wilbur Martinez. Guzman has been living in the USA legally washout county sheriff Darren Bolom says he's suspected in. At least four killings information doesn't indicate there are any outstanding suspects at this time all four victims were shot in their homes last month. The no word yet on motive. Although the charges that were seeing include burglary and possession of stolen property, despite President Trump's latest offer to end the government shutdown at peers, Democrats and Republicans are no closer to resolution at the president. Now, saying house speaker Nancy Pelosi's behaving. And what he calls irrationally and more on that with ABC news, political director recline the wall. Makes it a non starter. First and foremost, they say that he isn't budging from that five point seven billion dollars that he's demanding for the wall. Part of a deal. Nancy Pelosi says that's immoral. She doesn't want to spend more than a dollar. She says on the wall today marks the start of week five of this ongoing. Shut down the federal Transportation Security Administration now up to eight percent sick calls nationwide. It says that's up from three percent. This time last year. It's agents are among the federal workers deemed essential. So they're working without pay TSA agent chain of keys is demoralizing because you go to work, and you expect, you know, pay for for more in New York wake up in your Bank account empty new reports of sexual abuse allegations in the Catholic church this time in Madison, Wisconsin WGN's. Roger badesch, Madison dioceses considering an investigation. And so the number of substantiated allegations against clergy of sexual abuse of minors. Dic- spokesman Brent king says the unexpected death of Bishop Robert Marleen in November put those plans on hold the Green Bay diocese announced Thursday that more than thirty of its clergy members had abused minors. Roger badesch WGN news ninety six new graduates of the Chicago police academy will be assigned this week to twelve districts across the city. This is the second group of officers deployed since the first of the year, that's a total of nearly two hundred since January I most of them now working on city, south.

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"chicago police academy" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"chicago police academy" Discussed on WGN Radio

"I'll tell you Jay Doherty has done such a great job with that. It's a public policy forum that has been around for years, but Jay is taken it to a new level where if you want to know what's happening in this town, and that's that's the place to be at maggiano's right over by granting Clark and have the privilege of speaking there on the twenty ninth about the hundred club, and to talk about all the things that we're doing and how we're helping our families the fallen police and fire, and there's a couple of new initiatives this year we wanted to touch base on two before we let you go panel discussions with first responder women in leadership positions in both police and fire perk Meyer. Immediately. Yeah. Under a we have watched over this past year, especially in two thousand eighteen with all the tragedy in violence that we've seen and so many times that our police officers you'll hear about the negative story. And it's hard to imagine how difficult this job is for that. And so we want to elevate that we want people to know what a commitment is by our police officers firefighters, and it's a commitment for the entire family. And especially now with the women that are in. Police and fire. I was at today there was three hundred and fifteen new graduates of the Chicago police academy, and and so many young women are also stepping up to to give back and help protect our community. And so we're going to put a special focus on that this year with panels with women in leadership positions, both police and fire to talk about the job and talk about the how difficult it is. But also how they're giving back to make our community a better place to live, and then also technology with all the new technology is taking place it's helped to make our streets safer and to help our police officers, but it doesn't take away how difficult this job is. Absolutely. And it was a beautiful beautiful ceremony. Today. We have to give props to Michael Heideman, our producer his brother today was part of that ceremony. Him for his work. Congratulations. Yeah. Big thumbs up. Michael was posted pictures online. So thank you to your brother. And that's it's wonderful. And thank you again. The one hundred club how can people get involved if they want to learn more about the one hundred club make a donation get their first look for charity tickets, which everybody should do or see you speaking at the city club. Joe how do we.

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"chicago police academy" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:01 min | 2 years ago

"chicago police academy" Discussed on WGN Radio

"More reaction to yesterday's federal raids on alderman, Ed Burks offices in Chicago. Mario Lopez owns a restaurant in the fourteenth. Ward shack shack, I can't believe it been his been an Ottoman for fifty years. FBI agents executed search warrants at Burkes officers at city hall as well as his office in the fourteenth ward, they kicked out employee's and hours later were seen leaving with boxes filled with items in computers alderman, burqas says he is cooperating fully with whatever investigation is going on into. Here's office. He's up for reelection. In February no information about that investigation. By the way, a management shot and killed while standing on a sidewalk in Rogers park shooting happened just after eleven o'clock last night in the sixteen hundred block of west Howard. No, one is in custody area, north detectives are investigating Dr chamber O'neil will be laid to rest today. She was shot and killed last week at mercy hospital her family and coworkers will gather at first church of God at ten AM one thing that I remember about her is when I will. Let's listen to my music. She would always tell me turn it up. She wants to hear it is way. Also sees a great person to work with and I would most definitely miss her co workers and friends and family gathered last night for awake. Chicago police officer Samuel humanities and mercy pharmacy. Resident Dana less were also killed in that shooting. Both were buried earlier this week. The gunman was O'Neill's ex fiance. Police say there was no working smoke detectors in a rural. Northern Indiana home where six members of an extended family, including four children died in a fire. Indiana state police say there's no evidence to fire outside. Logan's port was intentionally set residents in south western bourbon willowbrook met face to face last night with agents from the federal EPA they were there to learn more about whether a company called steerage jenex poses a health risk. They have the support of state Representative DeAnne Mazach of elmhurst, I have witnessed devastating health effects. That have been reported by residents in this district. EPA said a flawed measurement may have in full inflated earlier test results that initially suggested high levels of cancer causing gas being emitted into the air by steer genetics and now with the special Illinois bicentennial WGN community corners. Here's Ryan burrow, a nine foot statue of a police officer that stands today at Chicago police headquarters was originally installed at Haymarket square in eighteen eighty nine. A streetcar motorman purposely hid it in one thousand nine hundred. Twenty-seven it was restored and moved to union park. Then moved back to its original location. When the Kennedy expressway was built in the nineteen sixties. It was vandalized and blown up. It was rebuilt in one thousand nine seventy moved to Chicago police headquarters lobby then to the enclosed courtyard of the Chicago police academy and was rededicated at CPT headquarters in two thousand seven I'm Ryan burrow community corners on WGN radio. Now an update on WGN sports. Here's Dave Egner sports is sponsored by northwestern basketball, Chicago's big ten team anymore. I've been around long enough. So. Starting to react strong words from new Blackhawks coach Jeremy Colloton after the hawks strap is six five decision in Winnipeg was which the hawks kept battling back but gave up an early goal. Each period. Finally dug too deep a hole we've had enough games enough practices time. Hawks got goals from dominant Cahoon and Artem Anisimov in the third period came up a goals short or Finnity Blackhawks report. The hawks at Nashville tomorrow Nashville beaten Meyers last night, three nothing is X hawk Nick. Schmaltz had a goal and an assist reminder. Tomorrow's game could be heard on AM one thousand and wgnradiOcom and the pre-game tomorrow night at six thirty it's conference championship weekend in college football, northwestern headed to Indianapolis the play Ohio State for the big ten title tomorrow evening. The Wildcats on a late season winning streak in a surge which has seen them win. The big ten west by three games over Wisconsin. And Purdue and up the Ohio State buckeyes with their win last night over last week over Michigan getting back to the conference championship game. We'll have it right here on WGN tomorrow with a pre game at six thirty. Our extended pre-game featuring a cast of thousands starting at four o'clock tonight is the MAC championship game in Detroit northern Illinois against buffalo. NFL Dallas beat New Orleans thirteen to ten Sunday. It's the bears and the giants the bears expected to be without quarterback. Mitch trubisky. Once again this season this weekend and defensive and akiem Hicks a held out of practice again yesterday while nursing an achilles injury. College basketball. The big ten season starts tonight with a couple of games. Wisconsin plays at Iowa. Michigan state plays at Rutgers..

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"chicago police academy" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"chicago police academy" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And carjacking systems which have cost about twenty five thousand dollars a vehicle scan played so officers have real time data that spots cars that have been reported to stolen or that are flagged and law enforcement systems the systems are supposed to make response times quicker and lead to more accuracy new officers graduated from chicago police academy earlier this month as the world waits a summit between president trump and kim jong un new promises from north korea pyongyang is promising shut down its main nuclear test site by may and even invite foreign journalists to see for themselves abc's james longman reporting from london south korean officials say these new promises were made during friday historic summit where the north and south committed to the complete denuclearization of the peninsula president trump making it clear way he thinks credit is ju now they were saying what do you think president trump had to do with it i'll tell you what like how about everything is reason for caution north korea has broken promises before abc's james longman would start as an uprising of teachers and red states have spread to a state that's increasingly blue colorado meanwhile teacher walkout in arizona's about to enter its second week more from abc he's jack ricky zona teacher walkouts it already shut down entire school districts last week now expected to stretch into monday education funding there slashed by more than four and a half billion dollars in colorado a sea of red at the capitol fighting for more money they stayed underfunding schools by eight hundred twenty two million dollars.

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"chicago police academy" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"chicago police academy" Discussed on WGN Radio

"To be careful who they let into their homes after thieves got into a home by posing as water department workers they apparently stole some jewellery the two men one of whom was wearing a jacket and yellow vest with reflective strikes knocked on residents door friday and identify themselves the city water department employees thankfully no one was hurt a circular concrete observation deck overlooking lake michigan northwest indiana has collapsed following recent erosion along the lake shore no injury was roberta were in the collapse over the weekend at the portage river walk and lakefront park has been suffering from effects of erosion the past few years and recent erosion has been made worse by high water and a strong winds pope francis is he and she lay begging for the forgiveness residents there for priest sex abuse simply the many said but his first full day incense iago pope francis said he felt shame for what he called the irreparable damage done to the victims of sexual abuse by priests in chile before an audience that included the chilean president asked forgiveness in 2010 church covered for a prominent sucked the other priests who abused minors eroding the church's credibility casting a shadow over the first to chile by a pope in three decades a b c's erin katir ski reporting to day a hundred fourteen new police recruits began their first day at the chicago police academy it's the first class of 2018 mayor emmanuel will be there to welcome them as part of the city's plan to grow the chicago police department by nearly a thousand officers bare says the department snot getting bigger but more diverse he says 68 of the new recruits or minorities and now wgn neighborhood news here's kim gordon chicago's finally getting another i kinda hamburger chain stake shake is planning to open a restaurant in university village and a thirteen had black of south halstead the indianapolis based company already as restaurant in the suburbs the fast food chain has illinois rooted started 83 years ago in normal you may have to wait for your state burger platter no.

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"chicago police academy" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"chicago police academy" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Snow in some areas you were forecast coming up a man armed with a semi automatic weapon is targeting women in the cities buck town neighborhood for robbery chicago police are warning residents that he's already attacked at least three women maxine murray lives there gates now that things like that are going on outside of my home but community alerts been issued the suspect driving a silver four door chevy impala and has been seen with two other suspects inside the car the american civil liberties union is urging the city of chicago to deny 55million subsidy headed for the largest catholic health system and illinois these he'll use this alderman should block the money to presence health because of its antiabortion stance an anti contraceptive policies president's health is the headquarters in chicago the acl use has tax dollars shouldn't go to hospitals that deny care for religious reasons 10014 new police recruits are starting off this morning at the chicago police academy their first day of trading they are the first classic me this year a mayor manual says they're not only a symbol of the departments growth in size but also in its diversity he says 78 of the 10014 recruits are minorities reporting today's sun time says w minority applicants to see petey outnumber white applicants three to one white applicants are still hired at a higher rate than minorities and second world brian hopkins will reportedly support a project to build a pair of residential towers across from holy name cathedral sometimes says the city's decision to address hopkins concerns over traffic congestion one is approval the towers are expected to be as tall as the john hancock center that proposal now moves to.

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"chicago police academy" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"chicago police academy" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Of the deal haven't yet been released other than that it's a fiveyear deal that will be voted upon next week sleet and freezing rain kept chicago's streets in sanitation salt splitters busy last night it may per slippery road conditions wgn eric wrong as more i got in the city of chicago are trying to keep up with conditions firstreading the road now laying down seoul yeah a little nervous all of which seems to be helping the main tollway was okay to side streets the parking lot was real slippery where we came out of in several drivers in ended up in ditches needed a till the sprucing road conditions were blamed at least one death in illinois the extreme cold temperatures in chicago of lifted distorts workweek now before claiming and other life wgn thrush batted your old donald or was found by his family unresponsive in an unheated westside home and as the seventh person to die from coldrelated causes the season of cook county a secondary cause of death was listed as heart disease and his death was ruled an accident roger badische wgn news more than four dozen new chicago police officers were welcomed into the ranks of the department sunday during a prescott prince on the city's westside channel nine's mike low reports even as violent crime is going down on the west side resident giovanni fsx set says there's another major issue to tackle she believes the presence of new officers walking the beat will mean prevention of drug crimes most people aren't going to come out and crime and a police officer one hundred new recruits will join chicago's police academy every month through december president trump hits the tendency later this afternoon he'll give remarks to the american farm bureau federation then travel to georgia for the nc aa championship game and the seventy th annual golden globe awards were held in beverly hills last night oprah winfrey became the first african american woman to receive that cecil b demille lifetime achievement award we'll check sports traffic and weather next on wgn not like daytona never been in before digital wondering politics as thomas cursed all the bad things that happened in this town because of one thing and we will thing the club if we stick together all of us a win the digital media and i'll blu ray january night we'd art hello gama.

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"chicago police academy" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"chicago police academy" Discussed on WGN Radio

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