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Chicago - Cook County On Track To Double Number Of Opioid Deaths Compared To 2019
"Says health officials are sounding the alarm on track to double Double the number of opioid related desk we saw last year. African Americans make up 24% of the county's population, but half half Of the overdose opioid death issue Last year, Cook County had more than 6000 overdose cases. In the 1st 6.5 months. There have been nearly 9000 And only about 55% of Chicagoans have completed their 2020 census forms. Yet the city wants to
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"To 31. CBS News update Fear here in California and elsewhere as covert 19 cases and deaths urge this business owner in the Golden State terrified After being told of the state's new shutdown order. I went outside, I was hysterical. I was shaking so many of us can lose our businesses for good. CBS's Jim Crew, Suwa says. Teachers and Texas are fearful as they right now we're being told they will have to teach in class is full of students there. Writing will's getting medical power of attorney established. And taking out extra life insurance as they prepare for the start of the school year, with the state vowing tohave in person classes. Dr Lillian the Bow is an infectious disease specialists in Jacksonville, Florida, she says, is overwhelmed Right now. My hand is now the EPI center off the pandemic, what we were seeing in Wuhan six months ago five months ago. Now we are there and us covert. 19 deaths are now more than 136,000. CBS NEWS Update. I'm Steve Futterman. W BBM News time to 30 to the city of Chicago has added two more states, too. It's mandatory travel quarantine Order. Iowa and Oklahoma join a list of 15 others released on July 6th. The Department of Health really reassess the list each week and Add or remove states, depending on the latest data, people found in violation of the order to stay in place for two weeks are subject to fines of 100 to $500 per day, up to $7000. Cook County is facing another health crisis in the middle of the Koven 19 pandemic. The county has seen a huge scene a surge that is in the number of opioid death. County Board president Tony Preckwinkle says the county is on a pace to see twice as many deaths from opioid overdoses than it did last year. She also says communities of color are especially hard hit. African Americans make up 24% of the county's population. Half half. Of the overdose opioid deaths this year. Cook County Health leaders say there are several reasons for the rise in opioid death. Those include increased despair because of the covered 19 pandemic. Fewer people seeking medical help during the outbreak, four overdoses and shortages of the drug naloxone used to treat opioid overdoses in the hardest hit communities. Cocody hopes about $5 million in federal and state grants over the next four years will help increase the oxygen supplies and reduce the number of people dying from opioid overdoses. Jim Goddess NewsRadio, 105.9 FM, A judge in New York has rejected a $19 million settlement between Harvey Weinstein and some of his accusers. Judges ruled that Weinsteins accusers in the proposed class action settlement were too varied to be grouped together. Lawyers for several women who had opposed the deal had called it one sided. Spokeswoman for New York's attorney general says her office is reviewing the decision determining its next steps They approve the settlement two weeks ago. Settle the suit on behalf several women it would have provided between $750,750,000 to each victim. Peter King. CBS News Indiana State Police have launched a formal investigation into an incident between a black state senator and a white state trooper. Senator Eddie Melton of Gary was with a white senator JD Ford at a racial justice rally on the lawn of the State House when a storm came in. They all went inside. And according to witnesses, Ah white state trooper rushed up to Melton, yelling at him to freeze and un snapping the holster of his gun for the white senator managed to calm things and melting appeared shaken addressing the group minutes later. Wait, wait can be appointed way have to acknowledge that it exists to fix it. He said he did not want the incident to distract from the police reform work they're doing. Mike Krauser News Radio one or 5.9. FM. Fox News host Tucker Carlson has addressed the situation involving a staff member from his show who resigned under fire Friday. After CNN on Earth, racist and sexist remarks the worker had made. We should also point out to the ghouls now beating their chests in triumph for the destruction of a young man that self righteousness also has its costs. We're all human. We pretend we are Holy were lying when we pose is blameless in order to hurt other people. We're committing the gravest sin of all and we will be punished for it. There's no question CNN on Earth. The Post's written by Blake Neff, Ana blog's popular with law students. Voting in Alabama today could determine if just Jeff Sessions has a chance to reclaim his old Senate seat. The former Trump attorney general is in a Republican primary against political newcomer and former Auburn football coach Tommy Tub. Irving. He wasn't man enough to stand with President front. When things got tough campaign ad shows Tuberville in a weight room, pointing out he's the one who's been endorsed by the president. It was sessions who was the first senator to endorse Mr Trump in 2016. Sessions served in the U. S Senate for 20 years. Steve Caven, CBS new A Renewed focus on racial inequality in the U. S has drawn bail reform back into the national dialogue. We've seen black lives matter. Protestors arrested by police, but what next? Many are kept in custody until trial. There's an enormous surge of people donating to bailout protesters. Robin Steinberg, CEO of the Bail project, says her team has never seen anything like it over the past few weeks. We've raised over $15 million here in Merkel's senior counsel for the Brennan Center for Justice and says there are racial disparities how judges set cash bail. Individuals of color are often charge significantly higher rates bill than their white male counterparts. Michael George, CBS NEWS New York If you're among the many still working, remotely ask you're smart Speaker to play W BBM news radio for all the latest developments, coming up the lower.
Minimum wage in Illinois, Cook County and Chicago increases take effect July 1
"In the recent past Illinois, does in fact have a budget to? To begin the fiscal year I'll be on. It is one it's dependent on. Borrowing is precariously. Allen's given the government revenues cookie, taking such a head during the corona virus pan-demic, and that brings us to the first law that I'm going to focus on the increase in the minimum wage is a major victory for lower income earners not so much for retailers. Gets a real kick in the teeth, frankly to every retailer in state of Illinois. Retail Merchants Association Rob. Card notes that it is the second hike in the state. Minimum wage that Illinois employers have had to factor into their expenses this year Illinois minimum wage rose by one dollar from eight, twenty, five to nine, twenty, five January now at such a go up my book every year until it reaches fifteen dollars in the year twenty twenty-five, those who work in the city of Chicago will reach that Mark. Faster Illinois new minimum. Minimum wage may be ten dollars an hour, but in the city it's now fourteen bucks up from thirteen in the rest of Cook County when the suburbs thirteen dollars up from twelve, there are some exceptions for smaller businesses for those who work on tips like restaurant servers. Employers will certainly appreciate employees that has will certainly appreciate those to their paychecks, but retailers say it was always going to be tough and especially so in the midst of a pandemic. We're dealing with record unemployment where dealing with retailers who are frankly hanging on If you worry a retail, I can apparel shop for example. Occupational at fifteen percent, fifty percent occupancy is not viable over the long term. We're talking. A lifeline hopefully goes to the next phase. It's buying time how anyone expects us to really get back on our feet. Rehire. Do any of those things that they would like to see us do when we're imposing? These kind of artificial cost is real question.
Fresh update on "cook county" discussed on Steve Cochran
"Be offered along with WiFi hot spots, and parents will also have access to a 24 hour help line. Now in Naperville, there's an in school hybrid option. Or students can learn exclusively online. Those Indian classes will only be there on specific days based on their last name, so the school's population will be reduced by half today. I didn't think Charles, the school district is offering a learning program that's either online in person or boat. Folk Park River Forest. High School students will still participate in the learning this fall. But the superintendent says the experience will be much different than when they were thrust into it last spring. The curriculum will include a set of schedule set schedule of classes. Mandatory student attendance and letter grades will be given. There will also be weekly minimum and maximum time requirements for courses to meet online deadlines for parents to choose which options they think will work best for their Children. Are expected to be later this month. A new federal immigration rule plans to revoke visas of foreign college students whose classes are moved online because of the pandemic. Now Illinois is one of 17 states. Suing the Trump administration to block the rule. Northwestern and the University of Chicago have joined the lawsuit as well. School's argue that online instruction offers better protection against the spread of Cove in 19 Annalise trials is with Northwestern. We see this regulation as arbitrary, irrational, unfair and nationalistic, in its emphasis on hearing on the lawsuit, scheduled for today, may offer some clarity on the fate of those students. That decision could come as really is tomorrow. Vesting Gators were trying to determine how a young girl drowned in a private campground in northwest Indiana over the weekend, 10 year old Kelly Solomon was vacationing at the campground with family from Minnesota when she began struggling in the water Sunday afternoon, not far from the shore. Search crews found her in about 15 feet of water. No comment yet from the operators of that private campground. Will county state's attorney Kim Foxx is cutting a week's pay from each employee in her office. WG and Shawn Lewis tells us it's a move aimed at that hearing to pandemic related cutbacks ordered at the county level Boxes office says the furloughs are a result of the economic crisis caused by the pandemic. A statement from her office says. Cook County board President Toni Preckwinkle asked all departments to reduce their budgets to meet Ashore for employees are expected to submit requests with dates for their five furlough days beginning sometime this week, and bar and restaurant on Chicago's west Loop has been closed after violating Corona virus safety measures. City officials shut down the wise owl drink, Hurry and cook house over the weekend for operating over capacity, not enforcing social, distancing her mask wearing and allowing customers to mingle out of their seats. Wiesel was also cited four times with each violation carrying a $10,000 fine. Closure comes It's the city's cracking down on business is not following safety precautions. A handful of other venues were issued citations over the weekend for failing to meet the city's current guidelines to operate during the pandemic. Now let's get updated on WG and sports with David Hood morning, The Blackhawks were holding their second training camp it about 10 months getting ready for the restart in admitting most of the regulars were on hand, including a couple of guys who have recovered from surgery's Brant Seabrook in Calvin Johan, but goaltender Corey Crawford not they're listed as unfit to play. Which is all the black Hawks are allowed to say under the return to play protocols at leaves GM Stan Bowman going with the guys they've got for goaltenders here, and you know, the goal is to be prepared. When when the time is right, we've got some time. Certainly. In our first game isn't for several weeks here, so ah, you know that that's a tough one to speculate on Main town. The NHL says 43 players tested positive for covert 19 from Jeunet through the end of voluntary workouts last week. Cubs manager David Ross missed the team's work out, as did a few others while awaiting test results, But those results were negative. Chicago Marathon has been cancelled. The race had been scheduled for October 11th. The BMW Championship will take place next month and Olympia Fields but without Spectators, and the Washington NFL team isn't saying whether will announce a new nickname. After announcing it was retiring the term red skins and the team's logo. David W. G N Sport Your Money on W G N Global shares failed today on skepticism set in about the recent upward momentum of infections across the country and around the world. The number's also lower after Cem jitters among investors about the White House's decision to reject nearly all of the Chinese Merete and time claims in the South China Sea, where attentions have been rising. Most of the stocks are lower in Europe this morning. And in Asia losses as well. Japan's Nikkei closed down nearly a percent. South Korea's index lost just a fraction Hong Kong's hang saying tumbled nearly 1.5%. U. S futures were set for gains. Dow NASDAQ SNP futures are all higher this morning. Dow futures up above 100 points. Delta Airlines among companies reporting quarterly earnings today. Company says it had the lowest revenue in the second quarter. Since the 19 eighties, The IRS is canceling Covad 19 stimulus checks sent to dead people. Government used tax returns from the previous two years to send the money, and some of those who filed have died. Federal agencies his family members would be responsible for returning any money distributed but now says that they have canceled checks so that return won't need to happen at all. And I'm Steve Christianity on Chicago's very own. 7 20 WG.
Showers, Thunderstorms Expected Amid Hot and Humid Conditions in Chicago Area
"We've got a new weather warning from accu weather severe thunderstorm warning has been issued for southeastern cook county and northern northern lake lake in in northwest northwest Indiana Indiana and and self self self five five five fifteen fifteen fifteen the the the impacted impacted impacted areas areas areas include include include Chicago Chicago Chicago Hammond Hammond Hammond Gary Gary Gary cal cal cal you you you met met met city city city America America America east east east Chicago Chicago Chicago and and and that that that area area area for for for the the the rest rest rest of of of today today we we got got hot hot and and humid humid conditions conditions with with those those showers showers and and thunderstorms thunderstorms in in the the forecast forecast with with a a high high near near ninety ninety eight eight ninety ninety two two degrees degrees a a low low tonight tonight of seventy two still were very warm for the next couple of days a chance of showers around each day a high tomorrow of eighty eight hi Wednesday around ninety once again we've got that severe thunderstorm warning for these areas northeastern cook county and northern Lake County
Severe Thunderstorm Warning In Northern And Northwestern Chicago Suburbs
"We're getting word just into the newsroom about a new burst of potentially dangerous weather in parts of the Chicago area let's get the latest now live from accu weather meteorologist Bob Larson ways away find over showers and thunderstorms and scattered about but one Starbird particular has prompted a warning severe thunderstorm warning until three forty five for southwestern lake northeastern Kane southeastern the Cameri and also northwestern cook county that morning again till three forty five a store near Sleepy Hollow moving to the north at about twenty five miles per hour has potential to bring sixty mile per hour wind gusts are strong enough to cause damage also quarter size hail and certainly downpours reduced visibility with the heavy rain and the storm is drifting to the north about twenty twenty five miles per hour part of a larger area of showers and thunderstorms that are scattered about we'll be here for the rest of the center noon into at least the start of the seating accu weather's Bob Larson newsradio seven eighty one of five point
Thunderstorm Warnings Issued Across Chicago Area
"Okay a lot of showers and thunderstorms still across the area right now of the heaviest rain has been south of Chicago doesn't flood advisors down for Joliet but that's a heavy rain storms spread northeastward no severe thunderstorm warnings of the mall we still do have a severe thunderstorm watch for a good chunk of the area especially from cook county cook county on south and southwest that goes until nine PM could have some gusty winds and hail think flash flooding will be the biggest concern into the evening with the showers and heavy storms later tonight clouds break low sixty three breezy and less humid tomorrow with intervals of clouds and sun and a spotty afternoon shower high seventy six partly cloudy tomorrow low sixty partly sunny on Wednesday with a shower storm around the afternoon high seventy seven source to warm up again late in the week sun mixes with clouds Thursday high eighty two and then warm and more humid heading into Friday with clouds and some sun there could be an afternoon thunderstorm with a high of eighty seven seventy two degrees right now and here at seventy three about why somebody wanted Naperville and sixty eight at the lakefront reading down the sixty three tonight accu weather meteorologist Brian Thompson on Chicago's weather station newsradio seven eighty one oh five
Dallas - Severe thunderstorm watch issued for Denton, Wise, Cooke counties
"And we have a severe thunderstorm warning it's now in effect for Denton county wise county I am for cook county to the north of the Dallas fort worth wise county of course includes Decatur Denton county of course includes Denton and Lewisville and this system is moving out of the Red River area and is moving to the south end of the Dallas fort worth area again a severe thunderstorm warning has been issued for parts of the KRLD area including Denton and wise
Chicago's Cook County sheriff wins partial appeal victory over COVID-19 order covering jail conditions
"A federal appeals court has handed a partial victory to a cook county sheriff Tom dart in a lawsuit filed by Northwestern University means the sheriff can ignore at least part of a preliminary court ruling in a lawsuit that accused him of failing to stop spread of the corona virus at cook county jail the suit in part tried to block the sheriff from housing more than one inmate Purcell currently twenty seven inmates are infected it's been several weeks since a covert related death at the jail as of today that number stood at seven potentialities
Chicago - 3 Dead, 2 Injured After Car Hits Fire Hydrant, Tree In Marycrest
"Chicago police are investigating a one car crash on the southwest side overnight that left three people dead a silver Nissan Sentra was mangled and split into here on eighty seventh street west of caljic according to the Chicago fire department the car appeared to have hit a fire hydrant gone airborne and hit a utility pole that is a sign saying cemetery entrance evergreen cemetery is across the street the car came to rest around a tree the fire department says there were five people in the car when the crash happened around three thirty in the morning one person was dead at the scene four others were taken to trauma centers where the cook county medical examiner's office says at least two of them
Chicago - Cook County judge says new charges against Jussie Smollett not double-jeopardy
"Tonight a cook county judge has shot down actor jussie Smollett's attempt to have the criminal charges against him dropped in a ruling issued today the judge rejected the argument made by the actors attorneys that the new charges filed after the original charges were dropped violates molests rights against double jeopardy the judge found double jeopardy does not apply because small what had never been criminally
Jussie Smollett's double jeopardy claim tossed out by judge
"This TV actor claimed a race based attack loses around in court a cook county judge says new criminal charges against actor jussie Smollett do not violate his right against double jeopardy charges were dropped against the actor last year after he forfeited ten thousand dollar bond and did some community service small it faces six new counts of disorderly conduct for allegedly lying to police about a staged a racist homophobic attack his attorneys want those charges tossed but the judge said the new case was brought before a different judge and the first prosecution was void in its entirety when the charges were
Off-duty Chicago cop dead, woman critically hurt after carbon monoxide leak in Albany Park home
"Autopsy autopsy on on the the body body of of a a Chicago Chicago police police officer officer was was inconclusive inconclusive a a woman woman found found with with him him late late Tuesday Tuesday remains remains in in critical critical condition condition believed believed to to be be his his wife wife WGN's WGN's Tonya Tonya Francisco Francisco reporting from the city's Albany park neighborhood family members of officers who may I ask for privacy as they gathered some of the families things including the son's car seat and other items from the town home in the thirty nine hundred block of west Ainslie Tuesday evening big who was off duty and his wife were founded that town home unconscious suffering from carbon monoxide poisoning a neighbor said she heard the alarm going off for hours around noon one o'clock I started hearing the of the beeping sound a source tells WGN a car in the attached garage was found on but out of gas and carbon monoxide levels were one hundred forty parts per million well into the legal range the town home association president says neighbors were alerted to the situation later in the evening what manning's fellow officers arrived to do a well being check the the father father needed needed to to pick pick up up the the child child in in the the afternoon afternoon and and the the police police told told me me that that he'd he'd been been two two plus plus hours hours late late to to come come pick pick us us up up the the couple couple was was found found unresponsive unresponsive on on the the third third floor floor and rush to Swedish hospital where main died police saluted as his body was put into an ambulance and taken to the cook county medical examiner's office we think it was common monoxide poisoning the details are still involving he's married he has a three year old son they're very very nice couple he had been with the department for just under two years he worked out of the twenty fourth district in Rogers park detectives are
Inspector General’s Report Finds ‘Complex And Monumental’ Problems In Chicago Police Records Management In Court Cases
"Chicago's inspector general says the police department as significant problems when it comes to finding and producing records it's legally required to release in civil and criminal cases including those involving police misconduct the acting deputy inspector general for public safety Deborah which Berg says the problems include failing to conduct thorough searches for required records inadequate resources to track down the information and not always knowing where some of the records are stored someone asks for records the department is not in a position to bring certain gene identifiers and patterns and and get those records out the door what's Berg says that mean Chicago police don't always meet their legal obligations to produce records requesting criminal or civil cases which Berg says the police department has agreed to address many of the issues raised by the investigation the mayor's office and the cook county state's attorney are also working with the police department to reform its record keeping process and procedures which Burke says investigators found no evidence that anyone at CPD was deliberately withholding legally required records
Cook County Medical Examiner: 9 Month Old Joseph Myles Died Of COVID-19 At Chicago Hospital
"The cook county medical examiner also confirming something that the state health department told us in March and that is that a nine month old baby died of cold with nineteen in March this is a rare thing but the medical examiner's office says it did happen on March twenty third is nine months old Joseph miles died at mercy hospital in
Chicago Weather: Tornado Warnings, Severe Thunderstorm Warnings Issued In Chicago Area
"With breaking weather news a severe thunderstorm warning just issued for parts of cook county let's go right to accu weather alive for the details with senior meteorologist Bob Larson ways it's a severe thunderstorm warning for northeastern cook county runs till three thirty all due to a store that as of moments ago was centered over all set moving north rapidly at fifty five miles per hour B. pushed rapidly north by strong upper level winds there's potential for sixty mile per hour wind gusts of the service with this storm certainly strong enough to cause damage we're looking at the same time at a larger area very heavy rain without warnings just yet that extends from Joliet to Batavia sycamore also moving north rapidly so showers and storms will tend to come and go in quick order as we go through this afternoon and evening some with heavy downpours a potentially damaging
Minnesota state troopers admit deflating tires during protests
"Killing police said Minnesota met to flattening tires on parked cars at the height of the violent protests in Minneapolis Minnesota state troopers and a no cook county sheriff's deputies say they punctured tires on a number of parked cars after the protest against George Floyd's death began state police say they did it to disable the cars so they wouldn't be driven into crowds of protesters and or police the you know cook county sheriff's department says its deputies were acting on orders from the state multi agency
Chicago - Cook County Sheriff Resumes In-Person Visits For Jail Detainees
"In person family visits Sam resumed at the cook county jail for the first time in nearly three months due to the continuing trend of low Colbert nineteen cases of the cook county department of corrections sheriff Tom dart's office announced today other large prisons and jails around the country including wealthy New York City on the LA county jail systems the Illinois department of corrections and the federal bureau of prisons continue to suspend the in person
Lootings spread into Chicago suburbs as Cicero officials encourage restraint
"Officials officials reaching reaching out out to to the the residents residents urging urging them them to to let let the the police police carry carry out out law law enforcement enforcement have have been been several several reports reports of of small small business business owners owners they're they're taking taking up up arms arms to to protect protect property property from from looting looting and and arson here Cicero police superintendent Jerry Clara the Cicero police department has the necessary resources to handle our call volume and our asking all Cicero residents not to and be involved in taking law into their own hands once again we are asking all residents to please allow us to handle any criminal activity and remain in their homes curfew is now in effect in Cicero under a state of emergency after a deadly night of violence and looting two men were killed there in separate shootings Cicero police made five dozen arrests Monday night they're now receiving assistance from cook county sheriff's deputies and Illinois state police the curfew runs through six AM
Chicago - First two Cook County judges test positive for COVID-19
"To cook county judges test positive for covert nineteen sun times reports both of the judges work at the fifty municipal district in Bridgeview these are the first two cases of judges having the virus in the circuit court it all thirty nine employees of the office of the chief judge have been diagnosed with COPD
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"cook county" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Of the cook county jail in more plan and for today here's WGN's James Sears a national nonprofit the bail project posted bail for dozens of detainees yesterday from the cook county jail in response to the corona virus threats they were being held in detention because they couldn't afford bail set by a judge so Venice said anywhere from a week to two years between five hundred to one thousand more targeted for release over the next couple weeks James Sears WGN news another cruise ship with corona virus victims on board including two fatalities is docking in Florida bridges cruises spokesperson said in an email today the coral princess ship is docking in Miami the ship as over a thousand passengers and eight hundred seventy eight crew members they've been in limbo for several days as of Thursday the your princess line said seven passengers and five crewmembers and tested positive for corona virus the cruise line also says anyone in need of hospitalization will be disembarking first here in Illinois all activities at state parks fish and wildlife areas recreational areas and historic sites have been barred this another move to stem the spread of covert nineteen department of natural resources director calling Callahan says hunters and anglers are not allowed to receive refunds on state issued permits or transfer of permits due to administrative guidelines this all falling under the state wildlife code WGN sports Jo brand bubbles begin their search for some new decision makers next week ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski reporting that the team is seeking permission to interview candidates from the front offices of Denver Toronto Indiana and Miami John Paxson who's currently the VP of basketball operations is expected to remain in the organization general manager gar Forman's future is undecided even though Nick Foles arrival is created a quarterback competition for the bears roster next season head coach Matt Nagy says that it's still Mitch Trubisky's job to lose whatever it is whether it's T. A.'s or whether it's training yeah this will be called first in the hall and those guys know that that's not news to them that they're here for the first time the one thing that again you're gonna you gotta realize about Nick Foles is that he's very aware he understands what's going on he understands the situation the bears were twenty ninth in scoring last year averaging less than eighteen points per game there is a thought that the MLB season could begin without fans attending the games white Sox pitcher Lucas G. lido addresses the difficulty of that situation man it's a weird one because that's definitely not the most enjoyable experience for player for me personally I really love to feed off the crowd energy whether that at home and everyone's rooting for me or if we're on the road and I want to shut all the other stands up I like that part of the game I think it's a big part of the game the socks were supposed to be in Boston today taking on the red Sox at Fenway and this weekend we remember our colleague ed farmer white Sox play by play broadcaster right here on WGN radio that passed away unfortunately earlier this week throwing a high fly ball the said well right center field angle against the fence in right field late city forget backdated.
"cook county" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Of the cook county department of public health say that and Illinois patient has tested positive for coal that nineteen RB corona virus of the test results still have to be confirmed by the centers for disease control for now the patient is hospitalized in isolation under CDC protocols public health officials are working to identify and actively monitor individuals a wide contact with the patient and the effort to lower the risk of the corona virus being transmitted to anyone else while there has been an increase in the number of diagnosed coronavirus cases in the U. S. the CDC says they've been expecting that they've also issued thousands of new tests to help local authorities spot the illness but ABC is Adrian banker it says the trump administration is saying there is no reason at all to panic health officials stressed that eighty percent of coronavirus cases are deemed mild and that those with existing underlying health conditions especially respiratory problems are most at risk with the viral outbreak spreading to more countries the price of oil has taken a drop with global demand weakening the list of countries touched by a covert nineteen is now almost sixty added to the list Mexico Belarus Lithuania New Zealand Nigeria Azerbaijan Iceland and the Netherlands all reporting their first cases many cook county state's attorney's office has asked the FBI for help investigating a shooting at the red line grand street station Friday afternoon this.
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"Doing that again cook county you fool me twice what it whatever the yeah shame on everybody just but that is not being heard like bad sound design you're talking a few guys in here you can master your levels come on down please please please so anyway they're they're going to do a better job the design contest for high schoolers in cook county if you would like to design the next cook county flag you could just go to the to the old website cook county I I L. dot gov I am excited for this because the youth really cares about aesthetics and design I feel they're there I have hope there is going to be some tasty submissions yeah that's a see if you had to have a competition this is the way to go I think kids are going to do a great job I'm excited to see what is turned out here because I'll be honest it is better than what we have in Google cook county well we have a lot of good stuff for you on tap today we'll check in with our pal Steve Krakow who is the author of the secret history of Chicago music he's profile you'll hear some music from John Little John who is really he was just a great slide guitar player who was playing around Chicago so learn all about John Little John also yeah we will go up to portage park and we'll build some forts there is a great show that is very participatory it's at the filament theater in portage park as called for it cited no you had your construction lessons yeah I'm very very much the man of mystery here okay ma'am yes but I can do I can build a fort as long as it's out of cardboard boxes in sheets some yeah I'm license for that and there's a new record shop in the ravens would neighborhoods we will travel over to interstellar space records find out what that shop is all about this is outside the loop Mike Stephen here with you at seven twenty WGN pros.
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"Month in cook county circuit court will give investigators access to small lattes and his managers texts emails photos location data drafted and deleted messages and files in their Google drive cloud storage services this is this is so creepy we live in this creepy surveillance society and it's just so creepy Google voice tax calls and contacts as well as their search and web browsing history dated between November two thousand eighteen and November two thousand nineteen according to reports in the Chicago Tribune small yeah Hey who is African American and openly gay as two primary characteristics garnered national attention and immediate sympathy after a claim that two men he said two white men attacked him on January twenty ninth two thousand nineteen and placed a noose around his neck as they shouted racist and homophobic epithets at him small yeah is manager called nine one one and was at the scene and visible on surveillance footage from the night of the attack now this is good news for truth justice and the American way and bad news for this this lunatic lunatic they as Hollywood the Oscars will go without a host for the second straight year because they've tortured themselves into this contorted position twisted around the axle and nobody wants to host it and if they ask anybody to host it they won't pass the purity test they want to be subjected to the democratic party's Maoist purity test which they know none of them can pass so is it last year you know what's his name the comedian that yeah Kevin Hart was gonna hosted and then they found out that he made a joke that wasn't pro gay about five years ago and that was it that was that was it is done so they can't have a comedian who's ever told a joke and yeah maybe they should have Harvey Weinstein hosted at so they really love they give him a standing ovation ovation every chance that they should have Roman Polanski co he can't he's a fugitive from the law in the United States but again ABC and be ABC people I say they're going to go Sam's that's French for without sands host they're going to go no host like sands a bell slacks mmhm know about and they should have no audience HM right really no audience if Ricky Jr vase to hosted the last award show just the other night the golden globes an aide told some truths and therefore was attacked by everybody in the news media because they hate the truth they attacked the truth our news media taxed the truth you tell the truth they attack you and they take the truth that Sir that's been pretty peculiar Ricky Jr vase tweeted yesterday I didn't roast Hollywood for being a bunch of liberals I am myself am a liberal nothing wrong with that I roasted them for wearing their liberalism like a metal I'm such a snow flake liberal I can't even really hate them for it but my job is to take that I did that it says slang word for urination your national just leave it at that and I love this is a sitcom in the making is that the prince Harry at a merry this American woman Meghan Markle is that our name Markel like Fred Farkle prince Harry and Meghan Markle the Duchess of sexist of Sussex she is the Duchess of Sussex that's I'd rather I'd rather be the Duchess of someplace without so many **** in it but that's me said they're stepping back from their roles as senior members of the British royal family what the hell was that anyway I I have noticed they had a senior or mid level or junior all of any kind what a shock for parades and wear funny sashes and metals and decorative hats with scrambled eggs and pretend to be the Duke and Duchess of things they're stepping back and there they said they want to spend time apparently in Canada or North America there being vague probably Hollywood and and some Canada because that's part of the empire you know and and they said they're stepping down from their official rules which none of us knew they had and it's gonna be a funny sit com did you see who was at the New York Post put a picture of me sitting on their new shabby apartment and like wife beaters and pajamas shoveling food in their pile with food spilled all over their clothes unshaven prince Harry and that and it's I honestly it's like married with children it's a sitcom it would be a fun sitcom they make a reality show out of everything else it's like green acres all the law you have to climb the telephone.
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"The story of a cook county sheriff's deputy on his way home from work to help save the life of a driver in a car crash WBBM support this is Rick Greg cubs and cardinals in Saint Louis next hour you Darvish on the mound for the cubs are traded for Toronto reliever David Phelps white Sox maps on the south side as well market of the rate today that on twenty three nasdaq down twenty SMP down aids seventy four an hour here low tonight mid fifties to near sixty the news what's continues at six thirty one sponsored by Mormon law injury attorney in topic on news of the half hour a mid air collision between two sky there was a with Chicago suburbs well the recovering from injuries they sustained in the mishap both divers suffered minor injuries and were alert in the hospital after the collision around eleven AM according to skydive Chicago a license skydiver was knocked unconscious but have an automatic activation device that deploying his parachute the audible fire department picked up one of the divers in the fox river just north of the Dayton damn the other landed at skydive Chicago the organization is holding its annual summer fest week long event that draws jumpers from all over the world Nancy hardy newsradio one oh five point nine FM the federal authorities resume their reviews of plants with the Obama presidential center Jackson park on the south side will have a chance to win on this next Monday at the Logan center for the arts in the meantime a new report office and pointed criticism of the proposed wallowing up park land for road expansion and having an adverse effect on Jackson parks historic design just two things pointed out in a report by city officials on the Obama presidential center the report will now be reviewed by state and federal agencies Brendan elms is with the group Jackson park watching reclusion other adverse effects I think is very print and leads to conversations about what can be done to address those adverse effects Michael straw man as with the Obama foundation calls the project a once in a lifetime opportunity reconnect are to create an amenity that will attract tourists from around the world and something that is attractive to the neighbors that is going to have an impact on the park we expected to see that in the report this is just one step in the federal review process Jennifer Kuiper newsradio one oh five point nine FM W. reviews I am six thirty to the news watch continues Chicago's inspector general says the police department is failed to properly keep track of all offices are using their body cameras city inspector general Joseph Ferguson says Chicago spent a ton of money outfitting police officers with body cameras and there's a policy saying watch lieutenant should be randomly viewing one video per watch just to check to see whether it's actually on and being used in proper fashion one video from a watch within a district but he says his office found this wasn't happening here is where the department seem to have a baseline accountability and evaluation mechanism in order to make sure it's being used right and to make sure that the policy really is aligned with best uses and and management didn't follow through on it Bergesen says police department officials have taken steps to follow through now at city hall Craig della more news radio one of five point nine FM Lincoln way north high school is gone on use as a over the past three years but our state lawmakers an idea for how we can be repurposed and save taxpayers money state senator Michael Hastings says the relatively new but unused Lincoln way north high school campus in Frankfort is an awesome opportunity for the state he says it would be a good place to relocate the district five state police headquarters and build a state of the art crime lab you want to make sure that when you have a laugh there's access point to the interstate it centrally located so I think right there right off of Harlem Avenue and I eighty we also the I fifty seven access senator Hastings says other state agencies could use the Lincoln way north building to state police lieutenant Joe Hutchins says the department is looking at buildings and property in the Joliet area.
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"CTA headquarters cook County Board president Tony practical thank the governor for including continuing gas tax revenue was a source of funds for the state infrastructure plan I applaud the inclusion of long term sustainable funding for infrastructure which will improve enhance and expand illinois' transportation system the law allows Chicago to raise its gas tax but mayor life it says she has no plans to do so the cook county treasurer says some twenty five thousand residential property owners will be do refunds this summer this is Laurie your life first everybody this is a twenty five million dollars yeah the second installment of property tax payments are due August first because county treasurer Maria Pappas says some twenty five thousand homeowners don't know anything and are do refunds instead this is mostly due to things like senior exemptions and exemptions for the disabled thank you big sister forgotten to claim them or last year because the appeals their taxes they overpaid in March nothing says don't call her office if you see a zero balance on your tax bill just go online to cook county treasurer dot com to see if you've got money coming in the loop Craig Delmore newsradio one oh five point nine FM it's the first day of the state of Illinois is new gasoline tax as we heard at the earlier at the top of the hour which is now nineteen cents a gallon higher is B. P. has been buzzing is cars cycle through and many drivers look at their receipts to fill up with disgust Dennis is a taxi driver in the city and had no idea of the state nineteen cent per gallon motor tax has been doubled to thirty eight sets off.
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"In Cook County has a total of fifty six thousand home. Homeowners are going to. Have their taxes sold on me? Third with third deadline fast approaching the resurrection project here in Chicago is leaving its doors open for people to come in and ask questions, and they say you can also reach out to the Cook County treasurer and Cook County assessors offices in the back of the yards neighborhood. Jennifer, Keiper, NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. WBZ news time for thirty four Indiana say police will conduct a news coverage tomorrow on the new direction. They're taking any investigation into the murders of two girls in Delphi. Indiana WBZ, Mike Crausser is the latest. It has been more than two years since the murders of Abby Williamson Libby German while police are not expected to announce the arrest of a suspect. A source tells CBS four in Indianapolis, it will be significant news Libya's, mother, Kerry, Tim and says she is very hopeful. This is the break they have been waiting for a grainy image. And the voice of the man believed to have committed the murders were captured on one of the girls phones and police say they have received. Tens of thousands of tips. Mike Crausser NewsRadio on willow, five point nine FM. Encouraging news about the condition of a boy thrown a week ago from the balcony the mall of America in Minnesota five year old boy thrown off of a balcony at the mall of America in Bloomington. Minnesota last week is showing signs of recovery. In a statement family. Members say new test results have been positive though, the boy remains in intensive care with quote, a long road ahead. The man charged with throwing the boys facing a charge of attempted premeditated murder ago fund me account already has raised more than nine hundred thousand dollars to cover the boys medical bills in the wake of a fire that engulfed Peres Notre Dame cathedral wealthy. French families have pledged millions of euros to rebuild the landmark which is being met with backlash from people who've been protesting against inequality in France for twenty three weekends in a row Notre Dame spokesman Andrei pheno says rebuilding the cathedral will help everyone in. France.
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"More fallout for the Cook County state's attorney in the jussie smollet case, Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel was asked if he thinks Cook County state's attorney Kim FOX should resign after a document dump revealed. She was text messaging co workers about the Justice case weeks after recusing herself. I don't think she's a resign. But I do think we need to report that answers all the questions that have been piling up over the last three weeks. Fox's asked for an independent investigation. From the Cook County inspector general's office of her office's handling of the smart case and decision to drop sixteen felony counts against him. Ryan burrow, ABC news. Chicago researchers working with the dead report this achievement. Sure to spark some discussion in a study published Wednesday. Scientists say they pumped a specially designed blood substitute into the brains of pigs that had been dead for hours and found that some cells maintained key details of their structure, and that after stimulating some of the neurons with trysofi the cells responded in a way that indicated viability researchers say there was no large. Scale electrical activity to indicate consciousness or awareness. But it raises a host of ethical questions. And even begs the question, how do we define death? Mark Remillard, ABC news, a convicted sex offender tells a Colorado judge that he has an extremely contagious disease, which prevents him from appearing in court, you purported disease as lead Stanley Romanek and alien abduction author to miss several therapy sessions required by his sentence. This is ABC news Koa news time, seven four AAA traffic. Every.
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"And Cook County, Illinois is correspondent Sara side near tell. Tells us what we have learned is that a grand jury has been convened in this case that it has partly to do with this newly uncovered tape, and we want to be clear that the newly uncover tape that Mike Levin ninety seven handed over to the states attorney's office last week isn't necessarily a brand new incident. And the Cook County state's attorney would not confirm the grand jury proceedings or the existence of any new investigation, the office had previously encouraged any allegations victims of our Kelly you come forward. That's six twenty five. It's money. News on KYW. Here's Bloomberg's Courtney Donohoe American Tobacco. Farmers are facing a new threat to their business. From an unlikely place the massive growth of vaping quality matters little in the production of the liquid Houston e cigarettes manufacturers are getting their nicotine from process tobacco grown much more cheaply in the emerging markets. Kenneth shea a Bloomberg intelligence real estate is less expensive labor is less expensive, very labor intensive process. So that is a competitive threat in the US as a result, the number of tobacco acres harvested in the US has fallen from two million in the nineteen thirties to three hundred thousand in two thousand eighteen and may continue to drop not only because of the threat from e cigarettes and the pressure on cigarette consumption in general, but also you have things like cannabis farmers can look to hemp and cannabis as a potential alternative crop demand has skyrocketed for hamster of of products, including. Oil the non intoxicating cannabis extract with money news from Bloomberg on KYW. I'm Courtney Donohoe and coming up. We present the CBS evening news. That's ahead in three minutes. Stepping.
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"Immigrants had wasted. No time. Or change do to the electoral college. Yes, I touched on that. In the first hour that that that is correct. Oh, man. I mean, right right out of the box. California's gone to size every election. Exactly. I said, yeah. Between California and New York. That's all you'll need every election finished one determine who the president's going to be California, New York and Cook County, Illinois. I made. I just. If you're saying the videos going around dad bake shop raising meters mind helps GAC home sample Trump higher own. I've heard several people mentioned I've not seen the video yet. I gotta say that one. And then the transgender Gabby. I mean does that one? I did see now. I mean, the only thing this dude had that looked like a woman was big hoop earrings. Yeah. There was nothing feminine about the guy whatsoever. But I guess what he he he believes he's a female, and when someone referred to him as, sir. He went crazy when I go out in public. I gotta I gotta camouflage America great again. Skiffs to me. I'm scared to wear it out challenge. One of these idiots goes off homemade back now. You know, I'll buy that. I'm not lacking. You know what I'm saying? And ended up in trouble Saudi wearing out the house. But I have friends of mine is pretty stable minded. I got a buddy of mine. He's any sick guys vote for McCain. I mean, you know. For layoff. Right. But I have never. I mean this guy..
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"Today was Cook County clerk David oars last day on the job, David or is seventy four years old. He was a progressive northside alderman for nearly twelve years before becoming Cook County clerk twenty eight years ago, but for a week in nineteen eighty seven following the death of mayor, Harold Washington. Or was acting mayor says he was most proud of trying to keep things calm in the city during that short time. My favorite line is I'm the only big city mayor you'll ever meet that never raised property taxes. I had a few more weeks a change as county clerk, David says, he's proud of pushing the make it more convenient for people to vote he'll keep his hand in politics, but mostly enjoy the time off reading watching movies spending time with family and traveling burning to foia NewsRadio on one point nine FM with a month and a half before he leaves office. Governor Bruce rounder suggesting voters will regret choosing Jay Pritzker as his successor routers forecast for L annoying for the next two to four years storm clouds gathering very scared for the people. Illinois. I believe that the folks who put Illinois into a financial quagmire are now back in complete control of the government the policies that have created the financial mess for the state of Illinois are now the policies that will be dominating completely without any resistance whatsoever. Democrats regained a super majority in the house and grew it in the Senate. Now, a democrat will be governor asked why rounder said he's a political theorist at the capitol. They they've doll NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM the AccuWeather forecast and sports coming up WBZ news time eight thirteen the only.
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"For chicago metro and for cook county it's it's bad and it's it's not as bad as it is for for other metros alert offered freedom for some other counties our at least cook county is not alone in having negative net domestic migration but it's not being made up for in other ways and so as an example both the demetrios of new york city in los angeles have larger losses due to net domestic migration and and again to explain that that's essentially the difference between the number of new arrivals from other parts of the country taking that number subtracted by our from that number are the number of people that you're losing to other parts of the country and so when you have a negative net domestic migration that means you're losing more people from your metro to other parts of the country then you're gaining from other parts of the country new york is losing buyer that that difference about a million people a year los angeles is also losing a larger number i will say year they've lost over a million people from twenty ten to twenty seventeen los angeles has a deeper lost and then metro chicago but those metros are gaining people in ways that metra chicago is not so there's a much larger number of people coming from from from overseas from immigration to metro new york and there's a much larger role best natural increase happening in metro los angeles and natural increases essentially the number of births minus.
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"Out in the 2014 bitter 19 sixteen percent in cook county so it literally comes down to if you don't vote maybe you don't bitch because if you're not going to get involved enough to vote in decide who is going to be in the general election then you're not committed to helping right i i think that's the thank you we talk about that every year rate an epic almost in you know on all the shows that the deal with things her current events are because they are good at vote get out though can vote and it it falls on deaf ears because people don't feel like they're connected to it or they don't feel passionate about it this year's going to be different both ways you're going to see people come out very passionately for um you know that that in defence of donald trump and people come out very very passionately in opposition to him and you don't wanna send a message it's going to be very interesting i a little bit of a prediction here as you know steve for better or for worse i was able to predict as donald trump thing a couple of weeks out and when it happened in 2016 and i have a i have a similar kind of feeling a bow the i've rauner race so here's the problem uh if uh if dini i've wins but that's all subjects at repsol olsen yeah i have a highly placed republican source who told me that they they they after a career and a life of being a republican she went that's it between trump and this and the whole sort of nationalist populous things going on now they're going to get out of the republican party which of those kind of harvard many people say that as well at different times that the trump era began but certainly in this case look here's were jeannie arrives lost me and emma beige you didn't lose even more conservatives you can believe whatever you want to believe god bless you this is america but if you described chan transgender people the way she has and then when you're questioned about it in she says oh no i know what they're like one of them came to.
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"Got two servings of fruits gluten free which i am i heard cook county jail sheriff dark punishment kale spinach they got even on a different but taste better right we grew vegetables this summer my wife was like area and that's tell you know when you're getting like old and you're like getting boring you start gardening we're we're on vegetable and i was like against their first like oh this is fulfilling lightwater now watching grow and then bringing in a housing watch him die in the kitchen counter and can't even go through that what why are we even got where two blocks emerge grocery store the city knock going to be concerned about my crops they guard let them garden yeah blesses in a nicely easy packaging they'll put a bag you just have to give them money we is walk over there give them money and they give us food there's too many rabbit squirrels and are in our neighbourhood like you don't even have a champs late this radicals etenard stuff and then like i didn't care my neighbors that you should kill that day like a a shooter rabbit you'd like you could poison it like that my lover found infinite it's the it is it it'd be aware weird have a mob hit on a bunny in your lawn yeah it's a good lesson for the kids to come on out in a murder today know i uphold of the driveway once on my kids a little at my parents house and i got a snake problem i don't know about you but dismiss freaked me out and there is a snake in the literally in the grass there was a snake of aggressors i gotta the kids are two and five two in six and a gala crisis nick i want them to have my snake issues i tried to be cool around it you know i was a he can't stay keep stay right there stare it there and i utterly away it i don't give back in a car like the snake was going to pounce right and eat the entire it was probably no more than three or four or five or six inches long in my in my mind it was our rain forest boa constrictor and i grabbed a shovel i was able to get to a shovel and i was.
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"County your pain some of the highest wireless taxes a and things like netflixing spotify not to mention you've got one of the you've got a recordbreaking property tax increase scum and you've got one of the highest sales taxes in chicago of any city or county in the country you pay your fair share in cook county and in those people in cook county who pay their fair share well they let their politicians know that they'd had it so the the soda tax is officially repealed as of december first now cook county board share terry prequake goal tony prek winkle skews me miss brek winkle tony prek winkle a she complained and she said after today's vote i've been in all public life for almost thirty years prick winkle said and and i know that if you're in public life you need to make difficult choices in sometimes it's tough to make difficult vote yeah like that's difficult vote like politicians taking more from taxpayers taking more of their money is is like that's a difficult thing for politicians to do i'm gonna take more you wanna buy some soda eminent take more from you like that's it difficult thing to do practical winkle blamed the anti government sentiment for today's repeal of the soda tax well you know i don't know a lot of shall we say liberal democrats and the cook county board voted against this soda tax so i don't know that it's an anti government thing i think it's at this kind of a thing miss prequake oil people in cook county were damn hard and many people most people cook county struggle to get by and they're sick and tired of heaven politicians reach into their pocket and take more of their hardearned money to support a government that lives way beyond its means cooperstown to support that no they don't want you taking more of their money they rather have you more of what hung government does.
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"A and things like netflixing spotify not to mention you've got one of the you've got a recordbreaking property tax increase come and you've got one of the highest sales taxes in chicago of any city or county in the country you pay your fair share in cook county and in those people in cook county who pay their fair share well they let their politicians know that they'd had it so the the soda tax is officially repealed as of december first now cook county board share terry prequake oil tony prek winkle skews me miss brek winkle tony prek winkle a she complained and she said after today's vote i've been in all public life for almost thirty years prepped winkle said and and i know that if you're in public life you need to make difficult choices in sometimes it's tough to make difficult vote yes like that's difficult vote like politicians taking more from taxpayers taking more of their money is is like that's a difficult thing for politicians to do i'm gonna take more you want to buy some soda take more from you like that's it difficult thing to do pranked winkle blamed the anti government sentiment for today's repeal of the soda tax well you know i don't know a lot of a shall we say liberal democrats and the cook county board voted against this soda tax so i don't know that it's an anti government thing i think it said this kind of a thing miss prek winkle people and cook county work damn hard and many people most people cook county struggle to get by and they're sick and tired of heaven politicians reach into their pocket and take more of their hardearned money to support a government that leaves way beyond its means cook down to support that no they don't want you taking more of their money they rather have you cut four of what on government does.