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Shots fired as crowds clash with police in downtown Chicago
"Chicago has been rocked by widespread vandalism including this morning that may have been tipped off by police involved shooting according to Chicago police shots were fired at officers returned fire but no officers were injured during unrest in Chicago hundreds of people smashed windows looted stores and clashed with officers in Chicago's magnificent mile shopping district in other parts of the city earlier in the evening dozens of people are faced off with police after officer shot and wounded a person in the city's Inglewood neighborhood about ten miles away people smashed windows at a Tesla dealership in a bank and were seen going in and out of stores carrying shopping bags full of merchandise authorities attempted to prevent travel into downtown suspending bus and train service lifting bridges over the Chicago River and state police blocked expressway ramps I'm Jennifer king
"chicago river" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Bridge over the Chicago River blocked with police activity. You want to use Michigan evident. Meantime, no traffic getting over the river on the Columbus Bridge. Next traffic Report 9 58 NewsRadio 7 81 5.9 FM, The Acura the forecast for today. Scattered showers across the Chicago area during the morning hours, but the rain will move out. And then we'll just see intervals of clouds and sunshine. Breezy today cooler, less humid, ah, high of 81 but in the mid seventies along the lakefront this afternoon and then tonight partly cloudy low of 68 right now we have 77 degrees at O'Hare under cloudy. Skies 70 ated midway 75 at the Lakefront Plainfield, partly sunny 78 degrees. And rather breezy, too. In East Window 12 miles an hour gusting to 17 high today 81 but cooler at the lake, right right now in Chicago. On the markets. The markets are lower. The Dow is down 465 points. The NASDAQ is down 87. The S and P 500 is down. 44. Double TVM news time. 9 50 Chicago's most trusted stuff for updated news minute by MINUTE news Radio 7 80 what Alibi 800.9. FM. The pandemics toll on tourism Is Durant translating into job losses of one of Chicago's most popular destinations. Navy Pier has laid off 11 administrative staffers and nine trade workers that amounts to more than 20% of full time staff, the pier CEO tells the Tribune attendance was it about 14% of the usual level popular commuter boats service in the downtown area ceasing operations for the year. The operators of wind L. A Chicago water taxi service say they're shutting down because covert 19 safety measures are not practical. At the moment. Company says it installed various safety measures mandatory face covering no cash transactions, limiting seat capacity.
7-Year-Old Boy Dies, 5 Others Hospitalized, When Boat Flips Over On South Branch Of Chicago River
"In Chicago say they're still looking at what led to a building incidents on the Chicago River. They left a seven year old boy did last night. It already is updated reporters last hour that we give him steroids for life of the news. Lying with the update. Lisa seven year old boy died and five others were hospitalized when a boat flipped over on the south branch of the Chicago River near the Chinatown neighborhood. Authorities say. Seven year old Victor Lobato of the Little Village Village neighborhood neighborhood was was wearing wearing a a life life vest, vest, as as were were the the others, others, according according to to Deputy Deputy District District chief chief Jason Jason Locke, Locke, with with the the Chicago Chicago Fire Fire Department Department under under the the initial initial Reports Reports that that we we got got they they were were having having this gentleman owned the vessel himself. He was passing another vessel and For some reason, the waves conditions were not sure it's under investigation as to how they capsize. We're not 100% sure right now and that it's still under investigation, So that's the best information I can give you right now. Nine people ended up in the water and divers were able to rescue them. The seven year old was found unconscious under the overturned boat and later died at a hospital. Five people were hospitalized in good condition, three refused medical treatment.
Chicago River boat capsizes; 9 rescued, child in critical condition, reports say
"Hospitalized tonight in critical condition after a boat capsized on the south branch of the Chicago River WG ends Patrick Elwood, reporting from the 18th Street Bridge has several other people were also rescued. The call for help came out about 6 30 this evening. Several agencies answering that call Chicago Police Department, Chicago Fire Department, The Coast Guard and the Illinois Conservation Police again. Nine people on board that small craft six adults, three kids. Six of them rushed to area hospitals, three of them refusing any kind of medical assistance, but the worst off a seven year old blast listed in critical condition taken to mercy, according to the Coast Guard, though, who put out the official release on this everyone was wearing life jackets. But the problem was what capsize that little one that seven year old was stuck under the boat. The Chicago Fire Department says two of its divers jumped from a helicopter into the river. To make that rescue Police in
Chicago - 2 Injured In Crash Involving Semi-Trailer I-294; Lanes Blocked Near Golf Road
"Tarsem issues on the south side of I 65 in northwest Indiana. This is all because of an earlier crash involving a some other ended up in the ditch. The good news is Cruz with heavy equipment. Got the somebody out of the digits now kind of sitting there. Between the first and second lanes. You still have the two right lanes blocked south found 65 before 61st Avenue traffic just getting by in the left lane. South bound and it is jammed up from 80 94 all the way down to the scene here because of just a single in getting bias here really backed up on the South bound side of I 65. The delay actually starts on 80 94 eastbound. Starting all the way back and burn overnight 65 because the extra into south and 65 is jammed as well. So expect some extra travel time. If you're heading south on I 65 trying to get into Merrillville and points south on the Edens Expressway were looking good on the in bound side. Outbound 22 from Montrose DeLay, cook, Moving roadwork and Lane from Foster out to Peterson is the culprit here. Kennedy and about 26 from O'Hare, 16 from the junction. Outbound. No problems. The Eisenhower no delays in around the Stevenson looking good between 3 55 and Lakeshore drive on the Dan Ryan in about 20 minutes from 95th. 20 on the outbound trip 57 year. Okay? The Bishop Ford Inbound is in pretty good shape. But the up outside of the Ford slow fromthe Ryan out to 115th because of moving roadwork in the left lane, 22 minutes from the dam right now to 80 94. Lakeshore drive north down slow approaching the Chicago River, but no south bound issues on the tri state Tollway south bound. We still have a exit ramp at golf roadblock because of an earlier pen and crash involving a semi Injuries were involved in this crash too much earlier. State police remain on the scene investigating and doing clean up so the exit ramp to golf is block from the south and Tri State. Your best option. It's not clothes, but your best option is to excellent Willow road instead. Elsewhere on the tollway's eastbound Jane Adams just passed around 47 we had earlier crash. Everything is on the shoulder. Now. Reagan 3 55 53 All clear. No. I 80 issues to report at the moment Westbound 80 94. Slow from Ripley to Central in
Chicago Stevenson Expressway Reopens After Shooting Investigation Closes Southbound Lanes
"Company good morning both Iran well good morning Pat we went from one mass on an expressway to now a mass on the tollway we will start on the tri state tollway were on the northbound side we have some really heavy traffic over the mile long bridge approaching the Stevenson this is because of a fully engulfed vehicle fire that is blocking the exit ramp to the inbound Stevenson expressway once you get past this we're jammed up from North Avenue to the Bensenville bridges a crash in the left lane there and in the middle of all that we had a report of a crash your Ogden's well with the crews heading out to check on it so kind of a very messy northbound tri state tollway trip today the southbound side of tri state is moving at the speed limit the rest the Illinois tollway staff a few spots of road work here and there but no major delays because of them on the expressways Eaton's looking good the Kennedy about twenty six minutes from o'hare sixteen from the junction outbound delays eyes now are about thirty three minutes from route three ninety twenty from Mannheim in about thirty two minutes out to route three ninety the Stevenson found out thirty seven minutes three fifty five the lake shore drive police from central Pulaski and Damon to the Dan Ryan outbound Stevenson's all clear traffic is using it once again after early morning shut down for an investigation the Dan Ryan invest a heavy past Garfield into the burning or change its twenty seven minutes from ninety fifth in downtown but the up outside of right is now delayed three fifty seven and the bishop Porter both in great shape lake shore drive north down so from Roosevelt to Monroe and then as you approach the Chicago River because the two right lanes remain closed over the Chicago River through the end of this month no southbound delays on lake shore drive I. eighty is all clear eighty ninety four looking good I sixty five the Indiana toll road in pretty good shape as well do you still have a closure in the loop State Street remains blocked from Randolph to lake because of ongoing police activity is it's an investigation into a shooting there she's Michigan
Chicago River bridges go up for sailboats Wednesday
"Now and if you're taking a boat listen to this Chicago's river bridges that you've been raised several times the past two weeks to live in downtown access during civil unrest will be raised again this morning this time for sailboats going to the lake the department of transportation says river bridges will be up for ten sailboats starting at about nine thirty in the morning from south Ashland to lake shore drive bridge let's also can be expected every Saturday now starting at eight in the morning and Wednesdays starting at nine thirty
Chicago - Floodwaters continue to close roads in city, suburbs
"The Midwest is drying out after a deluge of rain caused major flooding A. B. C.'s Ryan burl is in Chicago which saw eight inches of rain in six days standing water is blocking roadways and damaging basements three floors of the famed Willis tower are said to be under water the rising Chicago River has flooded lower Wacker drive where I'm standing the Chicago fire department at route six homeless people overnight in fact the rivers gotten so high the metropolitan water reclamation district of greater Chicago has reversed the flow of the Chicago River normally the water flows away from Lake Michigan now it's flowing to the lake to prevent over banks flooding it's the third time they've had to do that over the last five years Ryan burl ABC news
"chicago river" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"I don't know I don't know you traffic the lake shore drive bridge over the Chicago River is closed until two thirty today for testing and maintenance and in downers Grove and Westmont resurfacing on Oct in both directions between Washington and eighty three I'm Bonnie green and that's traffic on one oh three five kiss FM and our community.
Chicago rescheduling three parades – including St. Patrick’s Day Parade
"Of the ongoing corona virus concerns parades this weekends are off then they will be rescheduled the St Patrick's day parade the south side Irish parade parade and and northwest northwest Irish Irish parade parade all all postponed postponed the the Chicago Chicago River River dyeing dyeing of of the the Chicago Chicago River River also also postponed postponed because because of this virus concern
Lightfoot cancels Chicago's St. Patrick’s Day parades because of coronavirus
"Mayor mayor Lightfoot Lightfoot says says the the same same Patrick's Patrick's day day parades parades in in Chicago Chicago downtown downtown on on the the north north and and south south side side will will not not take take place this weekend but they're postponed she says the cancellation is in the best interest of the public god forbid we see a spread for spike based upon this kind of public event none of us wanted that all of us are putting first and foremost what's important for the public and we just believe that this is the right decision the dying of the Chicago River will also take place at a later date
Bar Louie closings dozens of locations; 2 in Chicago area
"Borough for Louis restaurants in Naperville at Chicago's river north neighborhood closed abruptly over the weekend they were two of thirty eight restaurants nationwide that closed after the company filed for chapter eleven bankruptcy there are still dozens of locations open the brand is owned by a Texas company but it had locations in the Chicago area for thirty
"chicago river" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Atop the Chicago River in the skyline studio for WGN radio thanks very much for tuning in run a nasty will be here later in the program you know he's the guy the guy behind the Arcata in Saint Charles but so much more I was in a club in Hollywood and I saw that he just purchased that so want to talk to him a little bit about the club business the restaurant business in Chicago I was Sir to start things off by talking transportation though in LA of all places and then we'll bring that home on a phone line now is Phillip Washington he is the CEO of LA metro Philip welcome to the winters business lunch yes thank you so much thanks for having us I don't know if you had a chance to hear a traffic report just a few minutes ago but we got our hot spots to radio yeah and I I heard that and it may be a little homesick I'm from Chicago is that yes well let's talk about there was news LA news in Chicago today and I just want to get your impression it if you have an impression but Charlie back was named as the interim police superintendent here you know our superintendent announced his retirement yesterday what can Chicagoans expect from back I I think Charlie back it is a really really good man we work very very closely together when he was in Los Angeles here he will be great for Chicago community policing is this thing and the the crime rate in LA has job doing dollar drop doing his ten year will be good for the city of Chicago how much is community policing involve mass transportation we have in in terms of our law enforcement structure we have US three agency model that we contract with the Los Angeles Police Department the Long Beach police department and the LA county sheriff's inspo on our system they are on our system there's a lot of community policing that take place on our system we do not have them doing fair compliance so we have our own security team doing their compliance you do you've completed the study and it drew the attention of a migrate producir Bennett wake night about women in transportation in LA after taking my daughter lives in LA I just texted her as gonna talk you and she says she's eager for the Wilson are the Wilshire line to be completed yes yes we are doing that worse the wind that will go through UCLA all the way west to our VA hospital that line we bill in and three sections and it's almost done see but you looked at women in particular when it comes to mass transportation that what I what what what what is it about women that need to be studied well first of all we created what I call the women and girls governing council to look at various issues and one of the issues they looked at was understanding how women travel women make up the majority of the riders out in Los Angeles on our buses and trains we move about one point three million people a day our system is not unlike Chicago transit authority CTA and more than five point two million women and girls live and LA county of the ten more million people that live in this county so we felt the need and the women and girls council brought this for to say we should study you know the issues with women and girls traveling on our system and so that's how that came about we did not have a lot of data on you know issues involving women and so this study accomplish that two women travel differently than men we think so we think so women have you know sometimes small children there's issues with design changes at bus stops at bus stops may be dark there's women that may have to drop the kids off at daycare and then head to to work so we think they do travel differently and there's different safety sort of perceptions and there's different issues with regard to happen of visible security presence going forward they also take more short trips during the day and so they may be traveling not doing the ordinary he Terry it's of morning and evening they may be traveling during the day doing various things shorter trip I thought it was interesting right that they tended to make chain trips from one stop to the next to the next the next during the day more so than men there so now that you have this information what do you do with it we are putting together an action plan to address the issues that we discovered and let me just say that there's a lot of bright spots in this report as well you know what what we determined as women are on nearly as likely as men to be satisfied with our services to so we have an action plan that we have put together we are looking to implement that action plan to address the issues that came out of the study more lighting at bus stops all kinds of different things you know how women addressed strollers when they get on the bus all of these things we have an action plan that we are looking to implement and and I'll say this to me these issues are not unique to metro one of the things that we got a call not long ago from Washington DC the system in Washington asking about our studies so these things what we're doing here can be replicated on was going to ask you right so we're benefiting from your former police chief today but we may will benefit as well from your study of women commuters tomorrow that's right that's exactly right and and chief back knows kind of what we were doing on here and and some of the things we were looking at how women travel as well Washington the CEO valley metro I feel this great to talk to you especially now that I know you're talking your home town thanks very much for joining us thank you and the shot out to argue gardens on the far south.
"chicago river" Discussed on Curious City
"Back the way it used to be the surest way hey to stop critters from moving back and forth between these watersheds is to stop water from moving back and forth. A permanent barrier would stop Asian carp from reaching the lake and prevent the invasive already in the lakes from reaching the Mississippi but re reversing the river would recreate. The problem. Chicago was trying to solve in the first place. What we discharge into the river is still far too polluted to mix with our drinking supply? Here's Dick lanyon again formerly with the Mwr de well. It's very novel idea. Yeah not very practical you know. We changed the basic plumbing here in Chicago and to reverse that would be a Herculean task and one that would cost according to the Army Corps of engineers upwards of eighteen billion dollars. That's billion with a B. in other words does your grand on the other hand if we did it once and as far as Eric's question well reversing. The river definitely had impacts on farmers downstream on the Gulf of Mexico and it could potentially open the door to Asian Carp Harpin the Great Lakes someday soon. Josh motormen says chicagoans admiring the gently flowing. Current today probably aren't thinking about where that water's going. We see. See The river every day. We don't think of it as this engineering marvel. We don't think of this as a wonder of the world but that's what reversing a river river is When when you take a river and you make it flow the other way you've done something? Mind you mental and I think most chicagoans have no idea the impact of This act has had for the city in the past and continues to have moving forward and and we'll be grappling with those impacts For another century century for sure with purpose comes clear Said banning curious city is supported by Conan Family Foundation. I'm Carson Paul growing won't.
"chicago river" Discussed on The Ziglar Show
"Award winning barbecue in murfreesboro mazing outdoors canoeing and the cachet river kayaking in the chicago river mazing history like lincoln's home in springfield or the german you vote and the museum of science and industry it's amazing what you find in illinois so visit enjoy illinois dot com and find yours illinois are you up for amazing arlene here she says number one remember always you are divinely inspired to look we're in for a powerful reasons to do what you do and be relentless in that pursuit and three take care of the precious treasure that your body is it's your home twenty four seven move in it in ways that are fun and challenging good advice and i know she's she's the health and wellness person so she's a big on the body but i liked that look when we were back to that purpose look within a powerful reasons to do what you do do we have purpose already are we looking forward to something donna here she says irene both scripture in self discovery to remember who i am am i value i grow in areas that i need healing in growth i journal journal and reflect as well let's get help and changing mind god changing mind clutter i use affirmations and listen to the peace and small voice an intuition intuition that mind clutter a so there there were some and i skipped over a couple on meditation and we've done i did a show recently with johnny a powered on that and it's really looking worth this time right now where we have more mind clutter flutter than ever 'cause we have more inundate were inundated with more and that one is getting again war and more focus because it's just getting undeniable though we've got to deal with that we gotta take time and again the show we talked about this that is that is i i would much rather run for an hour or do a hard workout or fast or whatever i think some breathing meditate and take that time and yet i know i need to well i just this last week we were on a family vacation in mexico and i was sharing with you earlier that we really disconnected i mean we spent time together but i wasn't on email and i wasn't on phone is metric facebook and there is just something to it i mean so much is within are are heaven are heart and i do believe god's trying to speak to you that you can't care and if you're mindset acquired and for me it just getting away for a couple of days made a huge difference in the way i felt about myself even clarity right yes yeah it it it just criticized exercise it's a habit just how many people that i've talked with who start running and they hate running it was sick tells that story what am i talking we we heard that in the cd's we listen to on a road trip where he talked about running and it was nine months into running before before he finally realized oh my goodness i'm actually enjoying this i'm i'm.
Chicago River, Bay Chicago River And Rahm Emanuel discussed on WBBM Programming
"Friends of the Chicago river have named former mayor Rahm Emanuel the winner of its top annual award. The Chicago river blue ward side of the former mayor's leadership through Seattle them for project. So it's just the Chicago river. Walk the wild mile plant the three one two river run the new Chicago river boat houses, and more, ecologically bay Chicago river designed guidelines, and the river ecology and governor's task force award was announced at the organization's fourteenth annual big fish ball into by over five hundred forty guests at the western Chicago river.
"chicago river" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Chicago river and help clean it up. And one of the funniest men on television in the nineteen seventies has died w VM sports. The comes top the reds three to one. The White Sox lose to Cleveland nine nothing. The bulls at the seventh pick in the NBA draft in the warriors beat the blazers in game one of the Western Conference finals fifty six degrees right now at a fair skies at O'Hare fifty nine at midway sixty at the lakefront at one thirty one CBS news update high drama in Montgomery, Alabama Tuesday. Night where the state Senate passed a near total ban on abortion. No exceptions for rape or incest, only for the health of the mother had passed easily. But there was passionate opposition state Senate Democratic leader, Bobby singleton, we're just gonna. Continue to communicates could commend goods. They number women. Don't worry about it. They just women. You can kick them in the gut. They don't matter CBS's. Jim Krasula says the Bill next goes to Alabama governor Kay Ivey. Alabama's Republican governor has withheld comment whether she will sign the law that bans nearly all abortions the law which passed the state Senate twenty five to six would take affect six months after being signed by the governor who strongly opposes abortion the Bill supporters. Hope it will eventually help overturn Roe versus Wade CBS news update. I'm Budd Mishkin. VM news time one thirty two. CBS news has learned that months before a second deadly Boeing seven thirty seven max eight accident. A group of American Airlines seven thirty max pilots, confronted an executive for Chicago based Boeing they wanted more information about the controversial anti stall technology. That was eventually blamed for the two passenger jet crashes that killed a total of three hundred forty five people CBS news has obtained an audio recording from the meeting correspondent Kris van cleave with more invest. Gators believe in both cases of faulty sensor triggered the planes M cast anti-stalking system that repeatedly pushed the plane down the pilots at the meeting were angry that system was not disclosed to them until after the first max crash. Dem systems on anybody else. The unidentified.
"chicago river" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Over the Chicago river that will be closed until three AM tomorrow morning for that filming get traffic and weather together on the eighth every ten minutes on NewsRadio seven hundred and one zero five point nine FM. WBZ AccuWeather, we do have a lake shore flood advisory in effect through five AM tomorrow morning for lake and porter counties in Indiana tonight. Cloudy skies will be giving way to clearing. It'll be a brisk and cold night going down to a low of twenty three degrees for tomorrow, mostly sunny, but we will be remaining chilly high forty one partly cloudy tomorrow night, again a chilly night, the low twenty nine degrees. Breezy and becoming milder for Monday with periods of clouds and sun Mondays high fifty one degrees. A you weather meteorologist Danielle Niddle on Chicago's weather station. News Radio seven hundred and one point nine FM. Thirty degrees in Waukegan thirty two O'Hare thirty four midway thirty three at the lake. From real feel what he four WBZ news time nine forty. One are calling pet cemetery on the Stephen King movies ever pet cemetery brings things deeply sinister nightmare. And now it's ninety three percent on rotten tomatoes. Mommy cemetery by Kevin calcium s with Mayer, Dr April fifth. Tracks one hundred. Without me. And sway lease sunflower sunflower. Underground. Seven rings. Thanks. Rock. Dragons natural. Imagine dragons, bad liar. The disco. This week's most popular music. Three and Jones. Well, somebody's watching me. Weeknights. Kenny Loggins footloose. Before there were more than a dozen candidates competing to become Chicago's next mayor, but on Tuesday, it all comes down to a run-off between Cook County board, president Toni preckwinkle and former police board president Lory Lightfoot, I'm political editor Craig Delamore and this week on our program. I'll sit down with each of the candidates to try to look behind some of the headlines in rhetoric and discuss issues like crime and punishment experience and vision that's at issue. Sunday at nine thirty AM and nine thirty PM here on NewsRadio seven hundred and one zero five point nine FM. College students now have an easier way to pack on the pounds. They're getting robots to deliver food to.
"chicago river" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"To stop people from walking on the frozen Chicago river and to clear path for other boats. Adriana Diaz CBS news, Chicago New jersey Senator Cory booker's joining the twenty twenty democratic presidential race. He announced his campaign this morning. CBS news. Tom Hansen reports. Jersey Senator Corey Booker announced his campaign for president Friday morning. The first day of black history month together America, we will raw. I'm Cory Booker. And I'm running for president of the United States of America. The forty nine year old Senator has long been seen as a potential democratic presidential candidate in a radio interview this morning, he explained why he's jumping into the race. I think too many people are beginning to think that the things that are tearing us apart or stronger than things holding us together. I'm running for president to change that Booker joins a historically diverse and already crowded field of Democrats, including California Senator Kamala Harris who launched her campaign last week. Tom Hanson, CBS news, New York, an orange Glen high school teacher accused of sexually abusing underage teams is expected to answer the charges in court today. Thirty two year old Travis Putnam was arrested. Yes. Or Wednesday, rather he faces four counts of committing lewd acts with a minor the Escondido unified high school district says the allegations do not involve any of their students. California governor Gavin Newsom met with local officials here in San Diego newsome's trying to coordinate state and local efforts to offer humanitarian aid to migrants seeking.
Polar vortex 2019: Chicago River turns to ice in Midwest deep freeze
"Suffer through life, threatening cold weather, a rapid thaw could follow this weekend. In Illinois temperatures could rise by eighty degrees within days. CBS's Adriana Diaz has more. The Chicago river looks more like the Chicago ice rink. That's where the fire departments icebreaker is in overdrive. Shattering the ice to deter people from walking on it. And so emergency boats can pass says Lieutenant J Tetra face. Riding on top of the ice. And breaking it. It was negative ten degrees on board in St Paul Minnesota, the low hit negative twenty four most of the midwest will warm slightly as the Arctic air moves east towards New York City, where wind chills plunged below zero. At least twenty deaths are blamed on the record breaking
Polar Vortex Updates: Bitter Cold Weather Spreads East
"The American icebox. We can get there. I'm Michael Toscano. My face much holes. Everything that's in Chicago where the Chicago river iced over and record. Low temperatures won't start to ease up their grip until later today. The Arctic weather system has spread putting the northeast and mid Atlantic into the deep freeze get used to it across the country three quarters of the US population. We'll see below freezing temperatures before Sunday. So there are still a few more days that the United States will have to deal with this polar vortex. That's correspondent Natasha Chen. Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer is calling on residents to using natural gas not to set thermostats higher than sixty five because the supply has been interrupted. We experienced a fire at one of our facilities, one of our most significant facilities, and as a result that is inhibiting our ability to deliver to you the gas that
"chicago river" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"A dip and the Chicago river early this morning WBZ's Nancy hardy reports on his rescue twenty nine year old man had been drinking at a concert downtown police say, and when he was crossing the Chicago river at around one AM, he decided to go for a swim officer Alejandro rose Elise. Tell CBS to the man may have overestimated his swimming skills. When he jumped over the fence, he jumped into the water thinking going to reach the other side. And he said as soon as you get into the water he felt he was in there for like an hour. It was more like ten minutes. Thanks to a security guard who heard the man screams, call nine one one and threw down a life. Ring police used it to pull the man from the river near Dearborn and Wacker. He was taken to the hospital where his condition stabilized antsy hardy, NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM Wake Forest city managers looking back. Decided to call it a career after more than twenty eight years with the north shore versus thirty two year old Bob Kiley says anyone going into the city or village management profession must have a lot of patients. You learn from the the bad times as well. As the good Kylie who's been involved in running local governments for nearly forty years. One of the times things did not quite turn out as planned was more than ten years ago when he thought people would welcome Cosco to lake forest. Turns out most residents did nothing Costco would be a fit in lake forest. So the store opened in nearby Matola to have a million dollars a year in sales tax revenue would have been an often. Nice thing an easy way to balance the budget. Bob Kiley says he's going to do some teaching and traveling and not worrying about his phone ringing. When someone has a complaint burning to foia NewsRadio on one five point nine. FM gridlock in Washington is impacting some potential homebuyers. No money down loans from the US department of agriculture art available because of the federal government shutdown. It's affecting would be homeowners especially in rural areas. Those people are having a challenge to get that loan through right now because there's no one there to even look at it. They're closed. Matt Hilton is a Bank branch manager at middle, Tennessee. He says buyers will probably face huge wait times for the USDA loads wants the federal government is back up and running. Jim Krasula, Bs news told you become news time eight thirty three hundred Mitt Romney is the latest lawmakers suggests that the Republican congressman from Iowa should step down. Well, Steve king's comments are reprehensible Mitt Romney, maybe the junior Senator from Utah. But he's the former chair of the GOP and a presidential nominee. And he's got something to say about Steve king's comments about white supremacy. They had no no place in polite society, certainly no place in the Republican party. And therefore he ought to resign and move on. And let someone else who represents American values. Take his seat. Bill Raikov CBS news, Washington. WBZ news time eight thirty four. It's a critical day for the economic future of Great Britain, British lawmakers voting on Prime Minister, Theresa May's Brexit deal a few hours from now former foreign secretary Boris Johnson. Among the majority expected to reject it. I think we should vote down this deal in the opposite competence. But it's the right thing to do. Theresa May continues to insist this deal is the only way to get Britain out of the EU by the March twenty ninth deadline defeat means it's back to the drawing board has the Brexit clock. Runs down. Keep Barker CBS news London..
"chicago river" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"WBZ B M also on top of another dropping story. This is from Trump Tower. Downtown thousands of people to demonstrate new gets with a say is an attempt by the president to shut down the road. Russia's special counsel investigation. WBZ AMC middle live with the Newsline from Wacker at Wabash. There are at least two thousand maybe three thousand people here and people are lots of signs. They're stressing creativity with their signs. Trump is not above the law. Whitaker must recuse. And something obscene signs or signs bordering on obscenity, which we can't really get into. But suffice it to say there's some degree of creativity there right now, there's a rally going on at near Wacker Wabash right across the Chicago river from Trump Tower closest they've been allowed to gather. And it's really the best way. To summarize. It is it's about all things anti Trump. Traffic is reporting is tied up in this area. And will be. For some time. It looks like traffic is now just blowing on on Wacker. And they tried to confide as many people as possible to the sidewalk. It looks like the bridge. Wabash rage is still is still to keep their. Reporting live at Wacker in law by Steve Miller, NewsRadio one or five point nine FM. Thank you. Save this.
"chicago river" Discussed on WGN Radio
"James. Taylor that's. Summertime right there seven? Twenty WGN Pete McMurray and the skyline studios infra John Williams who's hanging? Out with president Thomas. Jefferson it's very nice don't Matijas here Joe brand is here Joe brand are you going to take, in the air and water, show this. Weekend I am. Unfortunately nuts I have a couple of. Baseball games to get to tomorrow and here, an announcer for baseball team high. Quality minor. League county Cougars shirt, it's family entertainment. It is who. You playing this weekend we are playing? The Clinton lumber kings class. A affiliate of. The Seattle. Mariners got, it what times game time six thirty tonight one. O'clock tomorrow how long have you been doing that this is my fifth year good for. You it's fun you know it's it's sitting on my. Butt talking, about baseball it's. It's I, really enjoy were an intern at FOX thirty two back in twenty twelve do you. Wanna take canals No I, don't I don't. Wanna lose job. Lou Lou does his job very well? Those are big shoes to. Fill what is. Your dream. Announcing job, any baseball team anything okay any major league broadcast. Booth that would be kind enough to have me I would be thrilled you wanna take. A indie Mazars job here And he's a good friend And he's always worried someone's. Going to take, his job I know Andy because we went to. College together. At Bradley university that's right Issue On seventy. Four that's. Right. Yes What's on your end of summer bucket lists three, one, two nine eight one. Seventy two hundred is our phone number or text. Messages you mentioned earlier that you wanted to get on a boat sometime this summer I. Do I do and this is. Chicago you're always one person away from. Something how do you not know someone with a boat or walk downstairs to the architectural? Tour you just two feet away from a. Boat I just haven't make the. Time. Okay haven't made the time while we're getting some. Suggestions you can rent a boat Help me out p who who who? Who should I read this boat you can. Rent a boat anywhere downtown you. Can. Rent tune anywhere downtown okay okay but do you. Really want to do that Take a pontoon down. The Chicago river with the with the air and water show going on behind me we see the end of the Chicago river going into navy pier which is the locks where. People are taking off, the votes have. Been lined up all morning long because. They want to get out on the lake so. They can watch the air, and water show in some of these boats I think. To myself oh my count I don't know if they're gonna Lance they have to go straight. To the play pen you can't right along. Lake Michigan because you never know when. The weather's gonna turn the winds, are, going to pick up or the? Weights are going to pick up and. Domani you have no time to. Rent. A. Boat you don't need to be doing that Yeah yeah That was. Another one I see a few texts here. Comes Nike that's a. Good, one Yep What's what SaaS game the other. Day it was pretty. Fun. Okay she get free. Tickets I got a. Guy I did San penny out of it for the. Former Joe brand got me some tickets to the, socks. Sam he works in. Vegas how did he get you tickets here when you work at? WGN we're the flagship for the Chicago White Sox flew from Vegas to Chicago just to take me to a baseball game what that's the kind of. Guy Sam is love that we'll probably not just to take me. To he's been coming back to Chicago a little bit too. Much That. They were you when he left I said Sam good. Luck stay out of the casinos or you'll die, that's. Where he works it's. Crazy I don't understand can never ever live in Vegas I just? Couldn't do it get caught up in the whole deal I know people say oh you don't live in the casinos but still you're around the casinos. And there's gambling and he's he's involved in the gambling thing what's. Sam do again he does what's the company these games right Not exactly works for for visa the. Network put together by, Brent, Musburger Brent Musburger Brent like ninety, five years old he's an old guy but you know what he's now he's going to become. The voice of the? Raiders he's. Taken over that radio job. What You have the raiders moved yet to Las Vegas one t nineteen I believe next. Year Maybe it's twenty twenty one is. Anybody going to those games in Oakland not, really no because they're mad at the team so Brent Musburger when they moved to Vegas he's going to be the voice. Is. The voice now I think he's going to be the voice. This. Year upcoming year wow and then when they relocate to Vegas. He'll go there too damn so he's gonna live in Vegas. But that company of. His I. Mean I'm pretty sure? That's? What he's. Doing right now that good for him that's great how. Old is he Brent Musburger eighty two. Can look it. Up because he hit. Eighty. Yet I want to. Say. He's seventy eight that's my, guess, seventy nine seventy nine okay Portland or oh God sorry he was. Born in Portland Oregon And his brother is. A. High powered attorney here. In. Chicago right Brian Todd okay, okay Brian is his. Nephew Todd son yes got it okay so bucket lists my anniversary is. Next Saturday guys I feel like I've? Done everything there is to experience? Here, in Chicago what do. I do with my? Life have you. Done. The river walk no you have a great is the row lock you nailed it that's that's what I wanted to get out with the bucket list because. That's? Have been. Doing. Every Gosh and you can. Walk right down the? Steps here at. Wacker. In Michigan and just walk along the river because they have all those restaurants now it's fantastic Have you been down there? I have my my girlfriend bartends at one. Of, them really which one tiny tap. It's the one furthest west the last one west do we get free drinks I, can maybe maybe, a little something something yeah it. Gets pretty busy there though. So people that live, in the, suburbs. That haven't been downtown in years or they they come downtown go to dinner and drive away the river is now. Developed so underneath goes along whacker drive right it goes along. Wacker drive and they have tons of restaurants now on this river, walk right next to the river so if you're at Wacker let's say you're in western Michigan. You walk down the steps you can get. On the architectural. Tour or you. Can, just walk along the river and hit restaurant after restaurant or bar after bar it's wonderful taking date night notes right now I am man. This is great Doma it's like okay I'm gonna take my wife next week I like it and. Then you could get on your boat in. Park it at. The city winery I think I'll wait on that one but I love. That the river walk that is a great idea. It's fantastic I love. It it's so unique you. Know it's something that a lot of cities don't. Have right it's. Something that's just offered that it's. For everyone people are working. Out people, are getting off work people are getting drunk raise so. Much to do. I've been married. It'll be, seventeen years..
Asian gaming stocks tumble as China halts license approvals
"Asian stocks look set for further selling, today and. We're seeing a lot of that already the. Nikkei is at the moment off one point three percent, that's about a three hundred point drop ASX two hundred is down about, two thirds of one. Percent and we have. Selling in the kospi in Seoul down about one point three. Percent as well in about an hour we'll. Get the opening numbers on ten cent, the pre-open numbers we are expecting further losses there as well the earnings. Yesterday set back the NASDAQ even a lot of selling in, technology shares, globally after ten cents earnings it wasn't just the. Restructuring of the regulatory agencies in China That also led to the licenses for some, gaming outlets. Not to be running also the conservative parts. Of Chinese society worried about the addictive impact of gaining, on youth and and the violence in some of these games but once, approval does come for. Fortnight and player unknowns. Battlegrounds the impact could be huge and if those game licenses. Get approved around the same time that perhaps. Markets turnaround ten cents income will John, part of the disappointment in the earnings yesterday was the drop in investment. Income but one telling aspect of all of this is that Political, problems even that even, ten cent can. Be impacted and you also wonder what it means for the communist party whether there's some sort of battle between factions in, the communist party the pressure can put that to how home our guest briefly prices sixty four. Eighty two yield on the ten year two point five
Google gets slapped with $5BN EU fine for Android antitrust abuse
"All that after the president said, he meant to say, why wouldn't Russia want to interfere a day after suggesting he had doubts about intelligence agencies concerns. Bob Costantini says, the president has been tweeting. More talking points today may have misspoken Monday as he said, he did on Tuesday, but today President Trump with another clarification on Twitter quote Putin. And I discussed many important subjects at our earlier meeting. We got along well, which truly bothered many haters who wanted to see a boxing match. Big results will come in quote, continuing on the haters steam after a couple of tweets about the economy. Mr. Trump writes, quote, some people. Hate the fact that I got along well with President Putin of Russia they would rather. Go to. War then see this it's called Trump derangement syndrome quote he has Russia may be able to help with bringing North Korea's Kim Jong. Hoon around to total denuclearisation Bob Costantini Washington authorities have ruled the death of a Chicago, fire department diver accidental more than a month after he was pulled from the, Chicago river diver one Busey oh had gone into the. Water to search for the body, of a twenty eight, year old would fall it off of a boat may twenty-eighth shortly after entering the river emergency. Responders called for, help for UCLA who was. Pulled from the water and taking a stroke hospital where he, was pronounced dead he, died of a fixture with depletion of air from his diving. Tank due to cardiac arrhythmia was caused by a rare. Cardiovascular disease that can, cause heart failure who left behind a wife and two young boys. European Union regulators have slapped Google, with a five billion dollar antitrust fined for abusing the dominance of its. Android mobile operating, system, the us WHO's European commission executive body ordered the combinator put an end to illegal conduct within ninety days or else. Face additional, fines and penalties Google said in a statement that it would appeal the ruling arguing against the view that it software is restrictive of fair competition. Up proposal. For, a high voltage power line carrying wind energy across the midwest as received a jolt of new life this after the Missouri supreme court ruled that regulators wrongly rejected it the court ruling yesterday means that Missouri must reevaluate whether clean line energy partners deserve approval for a two point three billion dollar. Project that would build one of the longest electric transmission lines in the US you'll have to find a cone or shake somewhere other than one south suburban ice cream shop our Jennifer Keiper says that's because the. Driver of a vehicle slammed into the place early Tuesday people were injured when a vehicle crashed into the Dairy Queen on the. Seventeen hundred Block of ridge road in. South suburban homeland officers were, called around three thirty AM Tuesday and found that one passenger had gotten out of the. Vehicle but the driver had to be pulled out by firefighters both were taken to a hospital to home with Dairy Queen says on its Facebook page that it, will remain closed until further notice because of the damage caused in the crash which. Is still being investigated Jennifer Keiper WLS AM eight ninety s news..
The Latest: Thai youth soccer team meets with the media
"Chicago good. Morning everyone sixty eight degrees in Chicago walk digs. Survive those were the thoughts on the minds of the Thai soccer team and their coach trapped in that cave for two. Weeks they're talking to the media this morning and to the public for the first time after being released from the, hospital and we're hearing from them through a. Translator and this is the first time that the team members had the chance to, say thank you to everyone taking care of them face to, face not from behind a glass. Window doctors say the boys are strong and emotionally. Stable they're looking forward to going home and having a good, meal They came into the press conference with music and kicking around a soccer. Ball all looking very healthy Chicago fire department divers death was an accident that according to the Cook County medical examiner, forty six year old one Busey died during. A nighttime water rescue attempt in the Chicago river back on may twenty eight an, autopsy revealed he had a rare form of heart disease earth, western Memorial Hospital says that it's. Likely the heart disease caused the condition caused boost. Huge suffered distress during the dive eventually leading to s fix Research Gago Tribune investigation uncovered widespread inequities in the way Cook County assessors property taxes under Joe Berrios Tribune reporter how dark joined the, opening bell this morning he says the process favored the wealthy at. The expense of the poor it appears to be miss, seasons and now now seasons but here's the caveat we also want to get those documents we to get. In the first place a court ruled in favor of a Tribune freedom of information act request Tribune, investigators still haven't. Seen all of the documents various is considering whether to appeal, to the supreme court authorities in Indiana have arrested a man who's accused. Of sexually assaulting two young girls in Chicago twenty five old. Hundred bass charged. With home invasion and sexual assault best is accused. Of entering to homes in the cities Lincoln park neighborhood and conducting doing those assaults, and a twenty. Minute time span back on.
"chicago river" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Time eight oh five thank you for waking up with us on this mid week wednesday this is ally eleventh it's national mo hito day a bit early for that though good morning i'm felicia middlebrooks good morning great to be with you felicia good to be with you to in for pat cassidy i'm cisco koto that'd be nice today accuweather says mostly sunny warming up to a high of eighty seven degrees we're getting their seventyfive now at o'hare our top local story on newsradio wbz 'em kayaking is becoming more popular along the chicago river that's creating new obstacles for riverboat captains wbz m's nancy hardy caught up with some along the riverfront this morning and joins us live now with the story cisco as you said the river is becoming more popular plays and that means a lot of vessels are sharing the same space so captains from kyrie chicago skyline cruise line and shit congo's first lady are getting a different look at the water touring by kayak this morning captain gabriel argument oh says it's a chance for them to see how the kayakers where frequently tourists view things back respect is going to get down water actually see what they're seeing i get a better understanding this comes just a month after a tour boat rescued to kayakers who flipped over in the water live along the chicago river nancy hardy newsradio on one zero five point nine fm plans are moving closer to reality to building hundreds of low and mixed income homes on an eleven acre site where ha housing development once stood development is called south bridge.
"chicago river" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"The chicago river from spring into december including near the ogilvy and union stations michigan avenue in chinatown the trip says when dell and builders have been in talks about adding more stop says new buildings are constructed near the river mike borgstroem president of delo says about four hundred thousand people a year take water taxis to avoid downtown street gridlock he told wbz 'em in march the water taxi is actually segment of our business it's been growing rapidly in the last several years the first new stop reportedly would be around harrison street in a couple of years burning to foia newsradio on one zero five point nine fm secretary of state mike pompeo is making an unannounced visit to afghanistan today this is the first visit as secretary of state and he met first with the us ambassador and the top us commander there and then with afghan officials pompeo is reiterating the trump administration's calls for peace talks between the government and the taliban he said the us would support an afghan led peace process if the taliban renounces terrorism cuts ties to al qaeda and accepts afghanistan's institution cbs news correspondent cami mccormick at the pentagon president trump's legal team is undeveloped in new york involving his one time personal attorney kurd public face of the president's legal team in the russia and related investigations ex new york city mayor rudy giuliani insists there's no team fear of anything extra personal attorney michael cohen might tell investigators in new york or in washington i have every indication there's nothing in this investigation that has any ability to touch the president and i think if michael testify or cooperate i don't i don't know what's involved but i'm hoping he'll be able to convince them that this was this was not a wise investigation to start with giuliani was on nbc's meet the price tom foty cbs news washington the woman who was poisoned by nerve agent in the united kingdom has died homeless forty four year old dawn sturgis died in a salisbury hospital not far from where former russian spy sergei scrip holland his daughter yulia or found last march poisoned by the same soviet era nerve agent sturgis is companion remains in chris condition friends say he was known to retrieve and resell consumer items from the trash to pay for his drug habit it's one avenue police are exploring as they continue their desperate search for.
Trump approves plan to impose tough China tariffs
"Since then we have continued to reinvest in the community over and over again it will be a fifty three story office tower at one ten north wacker drive along the chicago river total cost of the project six hundred million dollars it's expected to open in twenty twenty the trump administration is facing resistance today from even some republicans over developments at the border out speaker paul ryan says he's not comfortable with the trump administration policy at the southern border we don't want kids to be separated from their parents minority leader nancy pelosi has another word to describe it this is far barrick this is not what america is white house press secretary sarah sanders was asked why it is being done because it's the law and that's what the wall states and the wall you're right it doesn't have to be the law and the president is actually called on democrats in congress to fix those loopholes attorney general jeff sessions cited the bible in his defense of the border policy allows the government because god is obtained or dame the government for his purposes donahue washington there's word from the white house that president trump has approved a plan to impose harsh tariffs on chinese goods imported into the us president trump has long vowed to clamp down on unfair chinese trade practices and to try to even out the three hundred thirty six billion dollar trade deficit that favors china oh source says that he's proposing somewhere between thirty five and fifty five billion dollars in tariffs it's a move that could complicate the president's efforts to keep china's support as he negotiates nuclear disarmament with north korea china meanwhile has already warned that it will impose retaliatory tariffs specifically targeting beef and soybeans which would affect you farmers jackie quinn washington a lawsuit seeks to close president trump's foundation for breaking state law new york's acting attorney general charge the donald j trump foundation organized as a charity acted as a pass through for trump's legal bills and private purchases and come twenty sixteen for presidential campaign.
"chicago river" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Of a boat into the chicago river near ashland avenue lopez's body was found on friday by friends about a half mile from where he fell into the river boosts ios survived by his wife and two sons the us attorney's office in chicago is getting six new federal prosecutors part of a nationwide increase of more than three hundred new assistant us attorneys wbz steve miller reports the six new federal prosecutors here in chicago in the northern district of illinois will focus on violent crime enforcing federal immigration laws and fighting the opioid crisis according to a statement from the us justice department that statement quotes attorney general jeff sessions who says under president trump's strong leadership the department of justice going on offense against violent crime illegal immigration and the opioid crisis session says he has personally worked to repurpose existing funds to hire a total of three hundred eleven new federal prosecutors across the country steve miller news radio on one zero five point nine fm the us department us justice department is adding former federal prosecutors in northern indiana us attorney thomas l kirsch the second announced yesterday he will receive four new assistant us attorneys the four hires are among more than three hundred assistant attorneys attorney general jeff sessions says violent crime legal immigration and opioid abuse are priority areas for the department pollster charles franklin says the marquette university law school does not support using its poll to determine who can take part in a democratic gubernatorial primary debate the concert broadcasters association announced yesterday it would only allow the four highest ranking candidates in the marquette poll closest to the july twenty seventh debate to participate franklin says marquette university had no role in deciding to use its poll for the debate and quote we think the wisconsin broadcasters association.
"chicago river" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"The chicago river for alberto lopez a spokesman for the department of natural resources says lopez was sitting on the edge of a boat and fell in when a larger boat came by creating awake the tribune reports twentyeightyearold lopez was working as a dry waller and had just proposed to his fiancee in mexico last week antsy hardy newsradio on one zero five point nine fm six people were hurt following an early morning police chase that ended with a crash in rosemont displays police say they tried to pull a vehicle for a traffic violation but the driver wouldn't stop rosemont police say they pursued the car but it crashed into two others at the intersection of bell moral and mannheim the driver was arrested he and five others are being treated for nonlife threatening injuries the chicago police officers union is offering a reward for information about a woman who apparently spit at an officer a week ago at city hall city hall was full of demonstrators one week ago police protesting mayor emanuel and demonstrators protesting the police and mayor emanuel at some point according to a tv report a woman spat on an off duty officer who was protesting and the journal order police wants that woman found and arrested and convicted allegedly roles were reversed police union spokesman martin pride imagine if if the of a police officer at said something on toward or done something every media would be war with pride says the fraternal order of police is offering a one thousand dollar reward for information leading to the woman's arrest and conviction steve miller news radio on one oh five point nine fm for regular news updates and breaking news alerts at our brand new website wbz newsradio dot com wbz news time eleven oh eight traffic and weather together on eight good morning bo durant good morning cisco.
Fast-moving lava from Hawaii's Kilauea volcano closes highway
"Appear still mourning the loss of one of their own marine divers with the chicago fire department head back into the waters of the chicago river this morning they're still trying to find twenty old alberto lopez he fell overboard on memorial day near ashland avenue diver one busey oh died monday night during the initial rescue operation an early morning shooting in cities loop one man is injured he was shot in the neck his car then jumped a curb and ended up crashing into a light pole this man tells channel ninety got the right after the shooting screaming and when i came around the corner there was a whole bunch of people standing there saying they killed jack and they jumped in another car and left around one thirty this morning on clerk street between polk and harrison the victims hospitalized in critical condition no suspects in custody new concerns about the eruption of the kilowatt volcano lava flows moving at an alarming rate now cutting off a critical access point abc's wit johnson is in hawaii this is coming from fisher number eight we've been watching it over the past few days but this is the most active we've seen it so far beneath it a river of lava in some places moving up to five hundred yards per hour compare that to earlier stages in this election where the lava was moving just thirteen feet per hour lava flow continuing because problems for evacuations at crossed highway one thirty two that's a critical access point making it tougher for those trying to get out back local via poor transit system at o'hare airport that allows people to move between the terminals and the parking lot it's temporarily shutting down today until winner they're modernizing that system the chicago department of aviation says they're going to add more airport bus shuttles to compensate let's get an update now from wgn sports with david and good morning major league baseball says the wrong decision was made on anthony results controversial slide and the cubs win monday over the pirates manager joe man disagrees rizzo thought the pirates would hit him last night and retaliation they didn't though teammate wilson contraire as did get plunked but rizzo i'm heading of his own result it is matt.
"chicago river" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Chicago river early this morning in the loop witnesses said she jumped from the michigan avenue bridge around two thirty a m after throwing kabui to the thirty two year old woman as chicago fire department diver went into the water to help get her out she was uncut she was conscience and alert and was taken in with western memorial hospital in good condition earlier sunday a forty five year old man drowned mb south branch of the chicago river while trying to help a woman onto a bridge it happened near cermak and canal divers had to pull the man out of the water when he fell and police are still investigating and a swimmer who went underwater was rescued this morning from 31st street beach on the southside chicago police say that the 23yearold man was swimming with his friends in the lake when they noticed he went underwater and pulled him out the he was taken to mercy hospital where his condition stabilized another person drowned friday morning at the same beach florida's governor has declared a state of emergency this as hurricane erma grows to a categoryfour storm expected to hit the caribbean tomorrow will be as quickly as congress can move on something or will it get tangled in politics that's the question face lawmakers headed back to washington facing a plan vote on relief money for texas and louisiana as we hear from bob costantini it would seem like a slam dunk president trump wants nearly eight billion dollars for emergency aid for those affected by hurricane harvey the houses will he devoted early as wednesday texas senator john cornyn once the senate to quickly follow suit the pulled a gun other to get the relief on the federal government that jackson's also deserve but northeastern republicans and democrats well remember hurricane sandy aid tied up by many texas gop lawmakers who claimed that slam dunk bill whose loaded with pork the house moving quickly might avoid that kind of thing but the trump white house also wants to build we tied with a needed raising the debt limit always fraught with political payroll bob costantini washington summer's last hurrah across america has started widsom politics in ohio jerry springer attended a labor day parade in cleveland amid speculation he's considering a run four l higher governor as.
"chicago river" Discussed on The MacCast
"And kind of speaking on the area of interesting is hindes have you seen these pictures of apple's new store on the chicago river the apple store on the chicago river some early i think concept designs came out a few months back and it looks gorgeous is this beautiful building it's got a number of the design elements that are similar to features of the new apple park campus so these curved glass panels on the front of lewis think they're sort of um concave and said of you round in con backs like they are an apple park for the chicago river store because it's right along the river um and they also use a very similar carbonfiber roof so if you've seen the the roof on the new steve jobs theater at apple park campus that's this huge it looks like a silver disc um but it's carbonfiber and they sort of have a similar one on the top of this a chicago store and it's not surprising that the design looks very similar to the design of apple park because it's by forrester and partners the same company in it's doing the project for apple park is doing this store design and chicago but this week with the interesting thing that happened was this carbon fibre roof it is a rounded rectangle and this week a bunch of workers installed a giant white apple logo on the roof of the building so now from the air it actually looks like the lid were the top of a mac book it looks like a mac book air really which is active cool so if you have an edge chance to check that out as very interesting and i guess now as your be flying out of o'hare you're going to see the world's largest makbul care hats apples new retail store last speaking of abbott park to another thing just sort of him in the retail end.