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"Day whether it's back to school work or just back, you'll love. Burlington Burlington Love the deals. Extract Report 12 28 on NewsRadio 7 81 of 5.9 of them. W BBMak you. Weather forecast is calling for cloudy skies and a little bit of lingering rain This afternoon sunshine and more humidity will peek through for a high of 83 degrees. A severe thunderstorm will move through this evening, bringing with it damaging winds. Otherwise partly cloudy and humid with a low 65 degrees. Tomorrow, not quite as warm of a labor day as we may have hoped. The highest 72 degrees currently under cloudy skies at 67 degrees at O'Hare also 67 at Midway. It's 68 degrees in wheeling and 67 degrees at the lakefront W BBM news time. 12 20 Our top story this hour. Chicago police are investigating a crash that took place this morning on Lake Shore Drive. Two people are dead. We'll have much more on this story coming up a 12 31. No injuries are reported in an overnight fire at a scrap yard in Austin on the West side, Fire Department commander Frank Valez says the fire broke out shortly after four o'clock this morning at the scrapyard on Bloomingdale Trail near Austin Boulevard. It was elevated to a two alarm fire as thie. Blaze spread through piles of scrap, including wood, metal, fuel tanks and other materials to create what Valez called one big bonfire. The flames did not spread to any nearby buildings, though the cause is still under investigation. Rockford. Police say they've got the culprit who set three fires in the city Wednesday night 28 year old Edward washes the man. Police say Sacha fires, including the massive blaze, the destroyed a vacant church building the former Rockford Masonic Cathedral in the city's downtown. The Register star reports..
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"Of families. Dozen families rather have been left without a place to call home after a wind driven fire destroyed four apartment buildings in West suburban Stone Park. The fire Department says yesterday afternoon's fire in the 1800 block of 36th Avenue, gutted a dozen units and displaced more than 20 People. Pastor Jesus Molina tells CBS to how he's helping those affected everything we try toe help. At least for a little night. To bring it to the hotel, so that's what we want right now. Investigators believe the fire started on a wooden back porch of one unit. Some residents were injured, though their injuries remain unspecified. No injuries, though, were reported in overnight fire at a scrap yard in Austin on the West side, Fire Department commander Frank Valez says the fire broke out shortly after four o'clock this morning at the scrapyard on Bloomingdale Trail near Austin Avenue. It was elevated to a two alarm fire as the blaze spread through piles of scrap, including wood, metal, fuel tanks and other materials to create what Valez called one big bonfire. The flames didn't spread to any nearby buildings, though the cause of it is still under investigation. Chicago Police are warning Southwest siders about two burglaries, two train cars and semi trailers last month in New City. Both cases happened within a block of each other on South Ashland Avenue. The first happened around four o'clock in the morning. Last Thursday near 39th and Ashland. The second happened the next day, just one block south. Anyone with information is asked to contact police. Officials are also looking for a vehicle that injured a two year old boy in a hit and run last month on the northwest side. This happened in the early evening of August, 29th officials say a black Chevy Malibu was turning left from Montrose to California near Horner Park. The rear of the car hit. The child is across the street with a parent. The boy suffered a minor injury. The car, then drove south on California and west on Irving Park. Police released a photo of the car described as a 2016 to 2021 Malibu. Business News is next. W BBM News Time. 10 22. Let's say you just bought a house. Bad news.
This Day in History: Apollo 8 celebrates Christmas from the moon
"Eight the first manned mission to the moon entered lunar orbit on Christmas Eve December Twenty Fourth Nineteen Sixty eight that evening. The Astronauts Commander Frank Borman Command module pilot Jim Level and lunar module pilot. William Anders. Did a live television broadcast from lunar orbit in which they showed pictures of the Earth and moon seen from Apollo eight. They ended the broadcast with the crew. Taking turns earns reading from the book of Genesis. Anders began by saying
What's the Buzz on Alcohol in Space?
"Today's episode is brought to you by starbucks. They say that starbucks Nitro does for cold coffee. What music does for workouts road trips in grand romantic gestures sound too good to be true. Guess we'll just have to try it for yourself. starbucks nature cold brew. It's called coffee that subtly sweet lush and velvety smooth only at starbucks welcome to brainstorm production. INDIVI- heart radio. Hey Brain Steph Lauryn bo-bottle here in September of two thousand eighteen. A new breakthrough in space technology was uncorked uncorked especially designed bottle that will make it possible to drink champagne in the microgravity environment of space. The bottle contains two chambers one for the Champagne and the other for valve that uses the carbon dioxide in the champagne to eject foamy little alcohol spheres which can then be scooped into long stemmed glasses for sipping and once inside the mouth the spheres turn back hawala into liquid champagne this space champagne as the agency France Press reported is envisioned as an Amenity for space tourists who someday maybe taking pleasure trips with private spaceflight operators. If future recreational astronauts astronauts do get the chance to savor some of the bubbly it won't be the first time that alcohol has been consumed in space the practice goes back to the early days of the Soviet space program when the USSR's doctors reportedly said cosmonauts into orbit with rations of Cognac one former cosmonaut told NBC News. We used it to stimulate our immune system and on the whole to keep our organizations intone later on cosmonauts were given a liquor containing Ginseng a root. That's a traditional herbal remedy for improving energy and concentration NASA in contrast generally has prohibited astronauts from drinking not just in space but also within sixteen hours of a space launch but the agency has wavered from its teetotalling stance at times. They're reportedly was a plan for example to allow the Apollo eight crew to drink a small mall ration of Brandy to go with their Christmas meal of Dehydrated Bacon Cubes in Turkey gravy stuffing but commander Frank Borman decided that they should forego the alcohol on the Apollo Eleven trip to the moon in nineteen sixty nine astronaut Buzz Aldrin did open a small plastic container of wine it was almost certainly the first food or drink consumed during the trip but it was so that he a Presbyterian church elder could take communion according to NBC News as former NASA food fellow burs Charles T borland and in Gregory elva detail in their book the Astronauts Cookbook Tales Recipes and more nothing considered providing astronauts on the Skylab mission in the nineteen seventies with Sherry packaged inflexible plastic pouches with built in drinking tubes but the idea was nixed for fear of negative publicity and because apparently the beverage although perfectly perfectly palatable on the ground fill the cabin with an intensely nauseating smell on a test flight that approximated low gravity with freefall in nineteen eighty-five five and that's our report titled Living Loft Human Requirements for extended spaceflight contemplated the pros and cons of drinking on space flights and in future settlements on the moon or other planets it noted it is unlikely that alcohol is a social beverage will find its way into space at least until relatively large and stable settlements are established published alcohol as a recreational drug may be keenly missed by space travelers since there is evidence that alcohol plays an important social role in exotic environments generally though today's space travelers have to wait until they get back to earth before they have a drink because alcohols chemical volatility that is its tendency to vaporize brise astronauts aren't allowed to have it on the International Space Station. We spoke by email with Daniel g hyo a spokesman at NASA's Johnson Space Center. He said that this ban is due to quote the negative effects that alcohol can have on the water recovery system which draws in water from a number of sources including cabin condensation patia the bed applies not just beverages but to any sort of product containing alcohol such as aftershave or a mouthwash. There's another tricky issue about drinking in space ace. Not much is known about the effect of alcohol consumption on the human body in these space environment which already is known to alter everything from the immune system to hand eye coordination and no official studies have been done so we really don't know whether the space environment would intensify the intoxicating effect of alcohol or how an orbital hangover would compare to to one that results from a bender on earth a while. We don't have much science on alcohol and space for what it's worth. There has been research on the effects of alcohol consumption at high altitudes on earth in nineteen eighty eight study for example. Some male subjects drink a quantity of one hundred per vodka adjusted to their weight for one hundred and seventy five. I Pat Man. That's about seventy nine kilos. It was about four shots and then they spent the day simulated twelve thousand five hundred foot elevation environment. That's about thirty eight hundred meters. They were then compared to other subjects who didn't drink and or who stayed at sea level the drinkers experienced impaired performance on a battery of tasks with older subjects performing worse than younger ones but there wasn't a significant difference between drinkers at high altitudes and those who stayed on the ground although not much alcohol has been consumed in space researchers are studying the creation of it on the ISS Scotch Maker Art Beg said samples of Booze and would up to study how whiskey might aged differently in space and Budweiser's sent along batches of barley seeds a scientific effort to understand the effects of microgravity on beer ingredients. Today's episode was written by Patrick J tiger and produced by Tyler claim to learn more about the history and science of Space Food and and beverages check out the episode of my other podcasts saver called ground control to Major Nam. Bringing stuff is a production eye radio's. How stuff works for more on this month of other tipsy topics picks visit our home planet has networks dot Com and from podcastone. My heart radio visit the iheartradio APP apple podcasts wherever you listen to your favorite shows today's Day's episode is brought to you by the capital one venture card when you earn unlimited double miles on every purchase. Your next trip is closer than you think. What's in your wallet.
"commander frank" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Was his job to give mission commander Frank Borman permission to fire the rocket that would give them enough velocity to escape the gravitational pull of earth in NASA parlance it was called transliteration or T. ally it was a historic first so I thought I'd done when this moment comes in history this is it a powerful certainly send a message president will come natural saying there be some acknowledgment of it in the meantime of course it's up to Frank and me and we're we're both right up there we're going to handle this thing properly so my when first I said all right you are go for it Frank rose the occasion he said does does does the whole thing that was ridiculous I mean well as for if you had to do that one over what would you say and to think that one over a few weeks later I interviewed him again at the world science festival in New York City he was ready here's your moment for a do over what would you say if you can do it again all well I wouldn't abide by the NASA rules which you can't you can't say more than I think eight words in a row and preferably they're all be monosyllabic under those conditions I would say follow eighty the moon is yours go.
"commander frank" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Of them WBBM accu weather we do have a severe thunderstorm watch in effect until six PM or watching some strong to severe thunderstorms pushing through the area from north to south this afternoon the storms could produce flooding downpours and damaging winds highs near ninety but cooler at the lake front couple more strong storms in the area tonight low seventy one a leftover shower thunderstorm early tomorrow it's eighty nine at o'hare AT ninety midway in seventy five at the lake front I'm accu weather meteorologist Danielle middle on Chicago's weather station newsradio seven eighty and one of five point nine L. watching accu weather radar right now looks like a the heaviest is moving through Schomburg Evanston lake Zurich indicate counting to page county Kendall county in Grundy in La Salle also getting some a heavier rain right now a listener posted a video from lake Zurich where they're seeing some sideways rain right now it's clouding up downtown but so far were still hot and humid but dry right now keep the tune here WBBM news time of one forty as the news watch continues around the world Taliban insurgents killed aids election officials in a bomb attack in the southern can our province today televangelist made for still in Humvees full of explosives outside the district police headquarters where the election officials were staying at least four Afghan security officers were also killed a body believed to that of a third person of both the trash overturned in the Chicago sanitary and ship canal on the city's southwest side has not been pulled from the water will fire department commander Frank Vail is tells the Chicago Tribune and the body was spotted at about two thirty Saturday afternoon Illinois a conservation officers say four people were aboard the twenty six foot recreational craft when it crashed early Wednesday badly damaged voted the body of thirty two year old Elmer Jiminez of the Chicago were discovered on Wednesday Chicago police dive team found the second body on Friday the identity of that person and of the third body found Saturday have not yet been released Jackie swiped news radio and one oh five point nine at family video this time one forty two Illinois is long overdue capital construction programs.
"commander frank" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Shooting happened around eleven thirteen on the southwest side. Police say it happened after eleven o'clock at sixtieth and Kamensky. A witness tells investigators the eighteen year old victim was arguing with another male in an alley when another man pulled a gun and fired shots. The victim was pronounced dead Christ medical center in oak lawn. A third body has been pulled from the sanitary and ship canal on the southwest side from a boat that crashed in capsized in the canal on Wednesday. The story from WBZ's Jackie swipe permanent commander. Frank Velez tells the Chicago Tribune, the body was funded at about two thirty Saturday afternoon. Illinois conservation officers say four people were aboard the Twenty-six-foot recreational craft when it crashed early Wednesday badly damaged vote in the body of thirty two year old Elmer Gimenez of Chicago were discovered on Wednesday, Chicago police dive team found the second body on Friday, the identity of that person. And. The third body found Saturday have not yet been released Jackie's twice NewsRadio five point nine FM woman from Illinois is dead, or HUD, miss her husband, missing and presumed dead. After a diving accident on Lake Michigan coast guard was called you a dive boat Friday, Lake Michigan seventeen miles from Milwaukee. The nine one one call center person was found unresponsive after surfacing. That person was fifty three rows Susan win of kill deer. Her husband Fifty-three-year-old James win was reported missing and presumed dead. The coastguards suspending the search jeans win for now. The winds report of a five-member dive team others on the boat were not hurt. John coleman. Newsradio one oh five point nine FM. It's one of the biggest local events of the year, the pride parade steps off at noon from Broadway and Montrose on Chicago's northside. This year's parade has extra significance is the fiftieth annual pride parade, and it's the first parade in which the city's first openly gay mayor will serve as grand marshal. Mayor Lightfoot is one of seven grand marshals. She's also, they I may or to ride in a float in the parade before the pride parade this morning. Governor Pritzker and mayor Lightfoot will sign an executive order to ensure that all schools statewide had the resources to help transgender non binary and gender. Non conforming students, the signing ceremony later this morning at Lakeview high school on the north.
"commander frank" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"And W, B, M news dot com. WBZ news time, oh, five eighty Sunday. June thirtieth could morning. I'm Jackie's currently seventy degrees in Chicago AccuWeather saying partly cloudy skies, it's warning low sixty five to seventy another hot. Steamy day with some strong afternoon thunderstorms, which could produce damaging winds have eighty six cooler along the lakefront seventy again at the lake front right now and more on the forecast coming up. Our top local story on NewsRadio WB 'em in Illinois woman is dead. And her husband missing and feared dead after a diving incident on lake. Michigan near south Milwaukee Fifty-three-year-old, Susan win of kill deer as died in the US coastguard is his spended. Search for her husband Fifty-three-year-old, James win, who is missing and presumed dead won't county sheriff's thirties, say the dive. Team included a captain and four members the coastguard was called to the dive boat, Friday afternoon, about seventeen miles from Milwaukee about a person who is in responsive after surfacing that diver later dented as win the search then began for her husband. But the coast guard says it is suspended that search until new information comes forward the boat driver in two other divers on board. The boat, not angel. No word yet on how the tragedy occurred the body believed to be that of a third person on a boat that crashed in overturned in Chicago sanitary and ship. Canal on the south side was pulled from the water yesterday. Fire department commander. Frank Ventas telling the Tribune the body was spotted at about two thirty yesterday afternoon. Illinois conservation officers say four people were aboard the Twenty-six-foot recreational craft when it crashed early Wednesday the badly damaged boat and the body of thirty two year old. Passenger Elmer Jiminez of Chicago. We're both discovered on Wednesday on Friday, Chicago police dive team recovered, the body of another male the name of that person and of the person founded yesterday have not been released. Neighbors say a man who is Sean killed on the west side Friday night was passionate about keeping his community safe. This story from WBZ's Andy Dane fifty two year old Henry Daniels was standing in an alley in the thirty two hundred block of west chestnut. When police say he was shot several times, hospitalized and later, pronounced dead. Those who Daniel say he spent most of his time trying to educate children about the dangers of gun violence recently joined an employee program for ex offenders and planned on spending. More time with his grandchildren. This summer. One friend tells the Tribune Daniels had a story to tell and his death comes as a tragic shock, Andy day, NewsRadio one zero five.
"commander frank" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Today at eight hundred quicken or go to rocketmortgage dot com for JD power award information. Visit JD power dot com racial to prove only valid on certain thirty year fixed rate loans equal housing lender. Licensed in all fifty states molest number thirty thirty. WBZ news time eleven eleven tree trimmer, suffered a broken leg and had to be rescued from seventy five feet up when it became entangled in a terror while working lower severed tree limb in the back of the yards neighborhood yesterday rather this afternoon. Fire officials say the man was working on a tree in the fifty three hundred block of south union avenue when the tree trimming equipment malfunction branch got caught up in his safety tether, sending him flying up in the air while the trailing came crashing down, and then snapped his leg fire department commander Frank Valez. Is it took twenty five crew members close to forty minutes to rescue the man and bring him down safely in a basket during what he described as a high angle rescue, which he says the department trains for Indianapolis is minor league baseball. Team says it was hospitalized after being hit by a foul ball during a game last night. The Indianapolis Indians say onsite emergency. Personnel treated the child before it was transported to an area hospital. The press release did not say what the child's condition was. And there was no update the young fan was sitting along the first base line at victory field. The incident comes after Chicago Cubs outfielder Albert Elnora juniors. Foul ball struck a young girl in Houston during a game against the Astros. Last week. They've Marcet NewsRadio on one five point nine FM AccuWeather five day forecast, ams ports. Coming up next WBZ news time eleven thirteen veterans are you planning to file a disability claim get ready for a better way to file the decision ready claim program gets you decision within thirty days after it submitted that's just thirty days for the benefits.
"commander frank" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"I mean in the in the multiple burns, you had to do you had the option of like you said hitting the lunar surface? Definitely didn't want to do that spinning out away from the moon and away from planet earth. Also didn't want to do that. Or what orbiting the moon until your oxygen ran out. Definitely did not want to do that. Or getting it right now. Of course, you guys got it. Right. Thank goodness here. But but tell us the story of what happened when you came around. And was it the first time or on a subsequent orbit where you you saw earth return from from behind the moon. We didn't see the the earth of four three orbits around the moon. We were going backwards upside down. I remember coming around and getting radio contact with the earth and started discussing lunar craters one of which I had named after myself for training, but we went around the moon three times, and then reoriented the spacecraft. So that we'd be going head down but pointy nose forward, and as Frank Borman made the attitude adjustment to do that out of the corner of my I caught a flash of color because the moon was really gray and beat up, and frankly might have time getting a little boring. There's one whole after the next and suddenly there was this apparition. So I had a camera and snapped a picture of it ju- Borman jokingly says, hey, you couldn't can't do that is not on the flight plans was I had a heavy load of lunar crater is to photograph. We'll Mr Andrews can just jump in here for a second. Because the moment, you're you're referencing. We actually have the recording of that moment. It happened. Just after about ten thirty AM Houston time on December twenty four th nineteen sixty eight so almost exactly fifty years ago to this moment, and we have this tape here. You're going hear commander Frank Borman, preparing a rule maneuver to reorient spacecraft, and then we'll hear Bill Anders. We'll hear your reaction to what you saw. So here it is. Wow. Pretty. Don't take that up. Film. Jim. Hemion roller colored man curry quick. I gotta phrase it clearly did go. Civil here on the get the right setting it come out. I gotta rate is a beautiful shot. That's Bill Anders Jim level and Frank Borman. I love that moment where it was that you Mr Andrews is telling Jim Lovell, calm down level. Right. He was getting pretty excited, but his windows were kind of fogged up, and I had to color film and the long lens. And so my window was about the clearest in in the spacecraft. So the combination of clear window long lands in color is what actually captured what eventually became known as earth rise. So this is this photo that's so famous so well known in the foreground, you see the bleak clear blasted gray her horizon of the moon, and then the darkness of space beyond and that perfect. And that just that the blue the perfect blue planet earth in the distance seeing earth like that. That from where you were coming up over the moon's horizon, how how did that change you Bill? Anders. Well at the time we were so busy. I didn't really focus too much on the philosophical or political aspects of it. But as time went by it became imprint more impressive to me that as you looked at this beautiful fragile orb that we live in that you could see no boundaries, no political divisions. And and also you could tell that it was quite small. I mean physically insignificant though, yet that's the planet and the orb which we volved, and I always thought it was too bad. We couldn't get the United Nations up there to to see the same view. Maybe we'd stop with on bombs and rockets at each other, and they better care of it. He's still feel that way even more show as time goes by you know, maybe just getting old but the poet in me seize. That the earthrights picture which had help to didn't start but kick help kick-start the environmental movement, which you'd kind of stalled out, and has, you know, brought understanding or greater understanding to people about the fragility of our planet. As impressed me even more..
"commander frank" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast
"Eight part one. I'm Gary Jordan w host today. So if you're familiar with us, this is where we're bringing scientists engineers, astronauts, sometimes historians, and we tell you all the cool stuff about what's going on right here at NASA. Sometimes we take a moment to reflect on what we've done in the past. So again, if you've been listening to us, you may know that this is an especially good year for anniversaries, we've celebrated sixty years of NASA. Twenty years of the international space station and fifty years of Apollo exactly fifty years ago on the day that we released this episode. So it would be December twenty first nineteen sixty eight three brave men set course for the moon for the very first time. They were Frank Borman as commander Jim Lovell as command module pilot and Bill Anders as the lunar module pilot. It was the first time that humans traveled to the moon and the first time humans launched on the legendary Saturn five. Rocket putting NASA one small step closer to taking that historic giant leap for all of mankind. To recount this mission. We're bringing in some very special guests returning to the podcast is Dr Jennifer rosina's L are historian here. At the NASA Johnson Space Center, we go over not only what happened during the mission. But the landscape of the Apollo program at the time and surrounding details that you may have never heard before I also had the honor and privilege to speak with Apollo eight commander, Frank Borman and Apollo eight lunar module pilot Bill Anders about their historic mission. We'll kick off today's episode with commander Borman, I travelled out to Montana just about two years ago to discuss his involvement in the Apollo one fire investigation that helped to make changes to the Apollo capsule and get NASA back on course to meet president Kennedy's declaration of landing on the moon by the end of the decade after the tragedy..
"commander frank" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"It's a big win for the White House and Senate approving what some are calling the most important criminal Justice reform legislation and a generation is Chuck Grassley pleading with senators not to water down the Bill with amendments vote against the amendment. Please. Please measure calls for changes and mandatory minimum sentences and institutes early release programs for non violent criminals reforms that John Cornyn says have worked in Texas. We were able to reduce our incarceration rate and our crime rate by double digits at the same time Bill approved by an overwhelming margin. It now goes back to the house. Where speaker Paul Ryan has promised quick action. Capitol hill. Correspondent Wally Hindes reporting. Mike Flynn sentencing on charges of lying to the FBI has been abruptly postponed until next year. The delay came in a stunning hearing where federal judge Emmet Sullivan accused the retired three star general and former national security advisor of selling out his country raising the prospect, he could send Flynn to prison. Prosecutors had recommended against prison time citing Flint's cooperation in the special counsels Russia probe the delay in sentencing will allow Flynn to keep cooperating and get credit for it. When he is. Sentenced Flynn was to be the first White House officials said in the special counsel's probe President Trump tweeted, good luck to flame before the hearing. Saga megani? At the White House says first flight to the moon is marking its fiftieth anniversary on December twenty first nineteen sixty eight three men flew to the moon for the first time in human history. Apollo way commander Frank Borman. Jim Lovell and Bill. Anders orbited the moon on Christmas Eve reading from the book of Genesis to this day. Apollo eight is considered Nastase boldest undertaking ever on Wall Street that up by eighty three points. The NASDAQ rose thirty the SNP advanced a fraction more on these stories at townhall dot com. Are you a stalker options.
"commander frank" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Good evening. I'm John Coleman. He's the top stories. The death toll continues to rise in northern California where wildfires have claimed seventy-one live with more than a thousand people missing CBS news. We'll have the latest Senator dick Durbin calls for fast action on a Bill to reform federal sentencing laws for drug crimes. A judge orders. That Trump administration to return a CNN reporters media credentials, and it looks like Republican Brian Campbell will become Georgia's next governor WBZ sports bulls outscored by thirty nine points in the second half and lost at Milwaukee. One twenty four one zero three kings beat the hawks two one in a shootout. And in college basketball, north western one in a row. It's thirty four degrees. O'hare thirty five midway thirty five lakefront. Windchill twenty-seven now CBS news CBS news update in northern California. Butte county sheriff Corey Honi says the latest official role. Oster of people reported unaccounted for by loved ones has grown to just over a thousand buddy says the list was compiled from raw data that likely included some duplication of names due to spelling errors and multiple sources of information. There's a very likely possibility that the list contains duplicate names in some cases possible that the same individual is listed twice or more. KCBS radios. Gentlemen is covering your county. Sheriff Corey Hani's now says seventy one people have died in this fire. Eight of them were located today. Most of those human remains, they're finding are inside structures people that maybe just weren't able to get out of their homes in time more than twelve thousand structures have been destroyed by that campfire nearly ten thousand of those homes. CBS news update. I'm Matt piper. WBZ news time eleven thirty two. Senator dick Durbin is pushing for fast Sachin on bipartisan. Legislation to reform federal sentencing laws for drug crimes. Dick Durbin says the bipartisan legislation would help low risk inmates and reentering society and allow judge's discretion to give lower sentences for nonviolent drug crimes, Victor Dixon is CEO of the safer foundation which works with ex offenders. We are very excited about this Bill. This is a step in the right direction. President Trump is announced support for the measures. And Senator Durbin knows one reason why one of the driving forces behind this has been the president's son-in-law Jared Kushner, Jared Kushner's father spent time in prison it had a profound impact on Jared. So what could go wrong congress could run out of time. He says if the Bill isn't passed within three weeks they'll have to start all over again next year, Craig Delamore, NewsRadio one one zero five point nine FM. Federal judges ordered the Trump administration to immediately return CNN reporter, Jim Acosta's, White House press credentials, the White House revoked a cost us access last week after he had the president tangled during a news conference. That's enough. Put down the mic president. Are you worried about indictments coming down in the White House has had shifting explanations for why it yanked to Costa's access district? Judge Timothy Kelly a Trump appointee says the government could not say who initially made the decision and that the White House spelled out its reasons only after CNN. Sued hauling that hardly sufficient to satisfy due process outside court this morning, a Costas celebrated. Let's go back to work saga megani? Washington Republican Brian can't appears poised to become Georgia's next governor democrat Stacey Abrams says she cannot win the Georgia governor's race effectively ending her challenge to Republican Brian Kemp as she spoke in Atlanta Abram stressed quote. This is not a speech of concession Abrahams. Who was hoping to become the nation's first ever female African American governor said she will file a federal lawsuit to challenge, quote, the gross mismanagement of Georgia elections. Jim Krasula, CBS news. The owners have Chicago's five major professional sports franchises say their push to solve violent crime in Chicago is more than just a feel good photo op. This is the second year of the Chicago sports alliance. The owners of the bears cubs White Sox bulls and Blackhawks teamed up to donate a million dollars Dorgan ization that work to stem the epidemic. Violence in Chicago Bears. Chairman, George mccaskey's says the alliance is more than just writing a check and taking a picture. We want to be invested in it. Not just financially. We wanna make sure that we're putting the funds to good use while homicide is concentrated on the south and west sides mccaskey says everyone should care because this is our community because it's the right thing to do because we've got to address this issue. We think for the survival of our great city made the comments during a lunch at the MB ice arena near the United Center, rob heart, NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. Six tourists had to be rescued overnight after an elevator malfunction at John Hancock Bill. They got on the elevator on the ninety fifth floor and it stops moving between the eleventh and twelfth floors after cable snapped fire department commander Frank Vollers says it was stuck in a blind shaft. Meaning there was no way to get to the car through doors. They ended up reaching a wall and removing the passengers from the elevator. But with no injuries at all. They were stuck for about two hours. There were very thankful. Happy. That's the cargo fire department got them out of the elevator. No, distress or anything. The fire department says there was never any danger. The elevator car would fall..
"commander frank" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Really engage the American. In people, and that's gonna take a lot of planning to take a lot of effort to be able to make sure that we do something extraordinary. I'm Paul Kurtz. KYW NewsRadio Justice department is inadvertently mean to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange at a court filing. Suggesting prosecutors have prepared charges against him under seal Julian Assange took refuge in Ecuador's London embassy six years ago to prevent extradition to Sweden over sex crime allegations, he insisted that was a ruse to get them to the US to face prosecution for publishing thousands of classified US documents leaked by Chelsea Manning. And suggestion Assange could be linked to the two thousand sixteen Russian hacking of Democratic Party emails goes further if so it would have taken place while he was living at the embassy and under the protection of Ecuador, very Miller. CBS news London. Half a dozen tourists had an experience they won't soon. Forget late last night. And Chicago's John Hancock building they got on the elevator on the ninety fifth floor, and according to the fire department. Cable snapped and the car stopped between the eleventh and twelfth floors commander. Frank voulez says it was stuck in a shaft with no doors ended up reaching the wall and removing passengers from the elevator. There were very happy that Chicago fire department got them out of the elevator. No distress or anything buyer fighters went through a brick wall and the people crawled through after being stuck for about two hours. Mike Crausser for CBS news, Chicago at.
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"Deborah Rodriguez. New figures in the deadly northern California wildfire. The number of missing in the campfire has skyrocketed. The number of people who are still looking for has increased to six hundred thirty one that's an increase in the past twenty four hours of more than five hundred. But Buchanan sheriff Corey Honi says it's possible many people on the list could be alive want you to understand that. There are a lot of people displaced, and we're finding that a lot of people don't know that we're looking for them the death toll in the campfire has now reached sixty three Steve Futterman. CBS news, Los Angeles in Broward County, Florida. Elections workers getting instructions on how to tally tens of thousands of ballots by hand and they contested Senate race between Republican Rick Scott and democratic incumbent Bill Nelson, Scott slim margin of victory automatically triggered a recount. But he's already calling himself. Senator elect deadline for the new count is Sunday. Education secretary Betsy DeVos wants a major overhaul of the way college campuses handle sexual misconduct complaints, her plan calls for requiring schools to investigate only if the alleged misconduct is reported to certain campus officials and only at the incident happens on campus. The accused would also be allowed to cross examine their accusers. It may be assigned WikiLeaks founder could face charges in the US. Assange remains holed up in Ecuador's London embassy where he was given asylum six years ago after jumping bail he refuses to leave the embassy fearing extradition to the US and prosecution which the Justice department has now proven to be legit. Concerns? It's not clear from the filing. What crimes Assange is being accused of the US was angered when he published thousands of classified documents back in two thousand ten he's denied any link to the hack of Democratic Party emails during the two thousand sixteen campaign. Larry Miller CBS news, London firefighters in Chicago have rescued six people, including a pregnant woman who were trapped in an elevator. And the old John Hancock center. One of the city's tallest buildings commander. Frank, fellas. Ended up reaching a wall and removing the passengers from the elevator. There were very happy. That's tocado fire department. Got them out of the elevator note distress or anything, and I says the group had just left a restaurant and the one hundred story building once some cables broken and express elevator. President Trump awards the medal of honor to seven people at the White House today, some posthumously. Play Ruth Elvis and the late supreme court Justice. Antonin Scalia are among the recipients, the Dow is down.
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"Deborah Rodriguez. New figures in the deadly northern California wildfire. The number of missing in the campfire has skyrocketed. A number of people who are still looking for has increased to six hundred thirty one that's an increase in the past twenty four hours of more than five hundred. But Buchanan sheriff Corey Honi says it's possible many people on the list could be alive, I want you to understand that. There are a lot of people displaced, and we're finding that a lot of people don't know that we're looking for them the death toll in the campfire has now reached sixty three Steve Futterman. CBS news, Los Angeles in Broward County, Florida. Elections workers getting instructions on how to tally tens of thousands of ballots by hand and the contested Senate race between Republican Rick Scott and democratic incumbent Bill Nelson, Scott slim margin of victory automatically triggered a recount. But he's already calling himself. Senator elect deadline for the new count is Sunday. Education secretary Betsy DeVos wants a major overhaul of the way college campuses handle sexual misconduct complaints, her plan calls for requiring schools to investigate only if the alleged misconduct is reported to certain campus officials and only if the incident happens on campus, the accused would also be allowed to cross examine their accusers. It may be a sign WikiLeaks founder could face charges in the US. Assange remains holed up in Ecuador's London embassy where he was given asylum six years ago after jumping bail he refuses to leave the embassy fearing extradition to the US prosecution, which the Justice department has now proven to be legit. It concerns. It's not clear from the filing. What crimes Assange is being accused of the US was angered when he published thousands of classified documents back in two thousand ten he's denied any link to the hack of Democratic Party emails during the two thousand sixteen campaign. Larry Miller CBS news, London firefighters in Chicago have rescued six people, including a pregnant woman who were trapped in an elevator. And the old John Hancock center. One of the city's tallest buildings commander. Frank Valez ended up reaching a wall and removing passengers from the elevator. They were very happy. That's Chicago fire department. Got them out of the elevator note distress or anything, I says the group had just left a restaurant in the one hundred story building wants some cables broken and express elevator. President Trump awards the medal of honor to seven people at the White House today, some posthumously. Politic play daybreak Elvis and the late supreme court Justice. Antonin Scalia are among the recipients, the Dow is down.
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"7 reporting the news understanding than as the author who wrote the book on apollo thirteen which wound up being made into a hit movie with tom hanks is i will another page turner a look at the apollo aid mission to the moon goebbels herb weisbaum looks at that amazing journey christmas week nineteen sixty eight nasa decides to russia's space program and launch a man mission to the more of fast sedating story told them this new book apollo await the thrilling story of the first mission of the moon on the coma midday news today i spoke to author jeffrey cougar about the book space program had come to a dead in the water halt in early nineteen sixty seven after the tragedy of the apollo one fire when three astronauts lost their lives on the launchpad so in the summer of sixty eight nasa realized if we are going to get to the moon we have to tear up our schedule we have to be able to fix our spacecraft to hicks are boost your the saturn five rocket and even if our lunar lander isn't ready yet we should if were smart if we created created will be ketchups few breaks we should be able to get american astronauts into lunar orbit sixteen weeks from now fight christmas eve nineteen sixty eight and leak it exactly that how certain was nasa that they could get these astronauts back home how certain where the astronauts that they were going to make it back home well that's a good question nasa did not especially care to crunch the ads but they did crunchy out and the best they could come up with it was a figure voiced by chris kraft who was the director of flight operations at a few days before the launch a susan boreham and the white the commander frank bormann button hold him at a cocktail party and tipped look chris i want you to tell me what the odds are they're coming home and his answer was okay house 5050 and those really a to liquid curious as to what the soviets were thinking while all this was gone on they were close to beating spare they had that sound five and six flights were circum lunar they work in order to the moon but they were gonna whip around the for citing come.
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"Hanks is out with another page turner a look at a paulo aid that mission to the moon comes herb weisbaum takes a look back that amazing journey christmas week nineteen sixty eight nasa deci to russia's space program launched a man mission to the more of fascinating story told them this new book apollo await the thrilling story of the first mission of the moon on the komi day news today i spoke to author jeffrey cougar about the book space program had come to a dead in the water holt in early nineteen sixty seven after the tragedy of the the apollo one fire when three astronauts lost their lives on the launchpad so in the summer of sixty eight nasser realize if we are going to get to the mood we have to tear up our schedule we have to be able to picture spacecraft to fix our booster the saturn five rocket and even if our lunar lander isn't ready yet we should it for smart if were created only catch a few breaks we should be able to get american astronauts into lunar orbit sixteen weeks from now by christmas eve nineteen sixty eight and lead did exactly that it was the kind of which taking nasa hadn't been willing to indulge before it had a risktaking they haven't done since but it was exactly the right decision for exactly the right moment in exploratory history how certain was nasa that they could get these astronauts back home how certain where the astronauts that they were going to make a back home well that's a good question nasa did not especially care to crunch the odds but they did crunchy out and the best thing they could come up with it was a figure voiced by chris kraft who is the director of flight operations get a few days before the launch of susan boreham and the way the commander frank bormann button hold him at a cocktail party and said look chris i want you to tell me what the odds are they're coming home and his answer was okay house 5050 and those radio the to liquid curious as to what the soviets were thinking while all this was gone on they were close to beating spare they had the zone five and six flights were circum lunar.
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"They really rush this program they did apollo eight was flown when there was just a little bit over a year left before president kennedy's deadline to get human beings get americans on the moon by the end of the 1960s and we were nowhere near that the space program had come to a dead in the water halt in early nineteen sixty seven after the tragedy of the apollo one fire when three astronauts lost their lives on the launch pad so in the summer of sixty eight nasa realized if we are going to get to the moon we have to tear up our schedule we have to be able to fix our spacecraft to fix our boost your the saturn five rocket and even if our lunar lander isn't ready yet we should if we're smart if we're creative when we catch a few breaks we should be able to get american astronauts into lunar orbit sixteen weeks from now by christmas eve nineteen sixty eight and lead did exactly that it was the kind of risktaking nasa hadn't been willing to indulge before it's kind of risktaking they haven't done since but it was exactly the right decision for exactly the right moment in exploratory history how certain was nasa they could get these astronauts back home how certain were the astronauts that they were going to make a back home well that's a good question nasa did not especially care to crunch the odds but they did crunchy out and the best they could come up with it was a figure voiced by chris kraft who was the director of flight operations at a few days before the launch a susan boreham and the wife the commander frank foreman button hold him at a cocktail party and say look chris i want you to tell me what the odds are they're coming home and his answer was okay house 5050 and those were the chia to live with and what are the astronauts ciller families jim lovell didn't think about the gym level was the man in the middle seat um and t ah he also later flew in apollo thirteen of course he was the commander he didn't think about outs in he didn't really disgusted with his family he was just so happy to be in space and so happy to be doing something radically new radically different deal landers.