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06:44 min | 4 months ago

"craig del amore" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Old 50 states right now, CBS News estimates Joe Biden has 187 electoral votes President Trump 136. But many key states are still undecided, including Florida, Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Arizona. In some states that may take a while before we know who wins. CBS's Jenna Champollion is in Michigan. We are at Ford Field in Detroit. This is a vote collection center, and it's very busy right now. 16 electoral votes at stake as we know This state have the slimmest margin of victory for President Trump in 2016 less than 11,000 votes, and we just heard an update from the secretary of state and what she is telling us. Is that her prediction her original prediction that all votes will be counted by November. 6 is now not outdated that they will now have all votes counted within the next 24 hours. CBS's John Dickerson says. Mr Trump is doing better in Ohio, then four years ago, and that could spill over to other rust Belt states. He increased the share of those voters. So they were 43% the electric in Ohio in 2016 there 53% according to the exit point tonight, and he did better 35 points. He won the by tonight. He only won by 30 points in 2016. So that's what you want to do is you want to grow and do better? It's still not clear who will control the U. S. Senate CBS News Special Report. I'm Steve Futterman. Live continuous coverage of the general election. This is election. 2020 on news radio's 7 81 5.9 FM W. B B M, the latest tally in several key races in Chicago Land two congressional races. We've been keeping an eye on In the 14th congressional district. A real nail biter Republican Jim over Weiss's leading Democratic incumbent, Lauren Underwood, 50.4 to 49.6%. We have 83% of the precincts reporting in the sixth Congressional District Democratic incumbent Sean Cast in 52% Republican Jeannie Ives 46% with 47% of the vote in Graduated income tax amendments 74% of precincts around the state 54% No 46%. Yes, Opponents of the measure are saying it has lost. Cook County State's attorney Democratic incumbent, Kim Foxx, beaten Republican challenger Patrick O'Brien. Supreme Court Justice Thomas Kilbride appears to have lost his bid for retention, falling just short of the 60% of votes needed to keep his seat on the state's highest court. Updated results found Anne Tommy click on there being updated moment by moment it w BBM news radio dot com Slash election. We've also been keeping an eye on a critical vote in northwest Indiana. W BB EMS Rick Greg joining us live with the latest on that Francisco voters in the Gary Indiana Community School Corporation District seemed to have approved a tax hike that would raise more than $71 million over the next eight years. With 92% of precincts in 60% of the voters have said Yes, a margin of about 4000 votes that school district covers about 4000 students. But back in 2017, it had fallen into a $22 million budget hole. An outside management team cut the deficit to $6 million and now Intends to use the extra money approved by the hike to not only get out of the hole but to give teachers their first raises in a dozen years. Greg News radio What a 5.0 w BB EMS political editor Craig Del Amore is here, along with political analyst Andy Shaw. Fellas. Let's talk about these poles. Here in Arizona, it was thought to be a nail biter. It now looks like a solid Joe Biden win on the flipside, Florida thought to be close. In fact, polls show the president losing to Joe Biden in these last days in Florida. However, it appears as though the president is going to win Florida Craig will begin with you. I mean, kind of a challenge here in the polling in many respects is not able to really tell us what's going on. I know. I saw one comment on on Twitter earlier this evening That says that political polling is big is in the place where weather forecasting was 50 years ago, which is not very good. I think it has to do more with the fact that people don't talk first off the people don't talk to pollsters with his much honesty is they may have in the past. They people now have an agenda, but also that I don't think the pollsters get to all of the people that they need to. I don't think they are able to reach as many people with cell phones they want as many people who I just live different lifestyle. So if I don't think they are as good as they think they are, you know, a lot of the Poles were pretty pretty good. But if you look at the way things shake down at the end of the election, all eight of the battleground states to Trump won in 2016. Showed by leading in the polls in the last week, and North Carolina goes to Trump Florida goes to trump taxes goes to Trump. The point being that maybe he's right. Maybe the people came out today to vote came out in enormous numbers and eclipse the early voting. It's a little unclear because we have to come a lot of votes still in Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin love thee. Mail in ballots. But I think that Craig's got a point there. It's polling is getting complicated and you really need to discount with the polls say. When you're within a few points because all of those states showed by leading and he's gonna lose a big majority of them, and that's going to make this thing. A nail biter until all the votes accounted something, Craig, Where do we go then? Because polls on by many of you, me and they don't matter. The vote is all that matters. But we get that polling throughout the A year, and I think that often sue's people's minds. You know, they want to go with the winner. I think I think it does. But I think this goes back to what Carol Marines said to us earlier in the evening, and that is that we have to do better education for people to understand what really means something and what is frankly, you know, entertainment. Or at least informing but is not decisive. I think we just have to do a better job of reporting. These Poles of the people understand that this is a snapshot. It is not Necessarily a predictor of the future. Thanks so much. Craig del Amore Andy Shaw will talk to you more in just a bit, and we'll give you the latest from CBS News on a very tight national picture special with the presidential race. Check the traffic and weather together is well. It's 11 27 that that's the sound of NyQuil..

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"craig del amore" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

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03:18 min | 4 months ago

"craig del amore" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"The world. Old Siri's BBM business. SNP futures down 48 points. NASDAQ futures down 121 points. We have some sunshine in store for your Wednesday a high Today of 52 degrees. Right now. It's 32 degrees. Chicago's mayor Lori Lightfoot, is not concealing her opposition to Governor Pritzker's order imposing new restrictions on restaurants and other gathering places in the city. W BB EMS political editor Craig Del Amore with the latest mayor, life would last evening issued a written statement in response to governor Pritzker, declaring that indoor dining must cease in Chicago, and gatherings must be limited to 25 or fewer people. She stressed the need for better communication and said she and her team want to work with the governor. In her words to better understand their metrics. Earlier, Governor Pritzker said it was simple Hospitalizations in Chicago's positivity rates and testing had risen quickly in Chicago has been an upward trend. I think we heard this From a doctor or Woody earlier today and has said this for a couple of days that actually the upward trend has been going on for some time now, eh? So it shouldn't be a surprise to anyone who's been following the metrics. Green Chicago business reports. The governor and Mayor Lightfoot are expected to talk today Craig del Amore NewsRadio 105.9 FM. There several suburban leaders who are publicly expressing their displeasure with the governor's ordered a ban, indoor dining and several counties I task is Mayor Jeff Said in his state of the village address yesterday that Governor Pritzker's administration has found ways to keep schools, casinos and entertainment venues opened but that he's asking restaurant owners to turn their backs on their employees and the communities they serve. Orland Park Mayor Keith Pete. Cause says the metrics the governor is now using to end indoor dining are ludicrous. The governor continues to move the goal posts. This is about control and power and not about science and data. Picard says. Restaurants have not been shown to have contributed to the recent rise in covert numbers in Cook County and the Orland Park will not enforce the governor's order. In fact, he says, at the next board meeting, he'll be proposing a Dine Orland program to encourage people to visit Orland Park restaurants. Bernie to FOIA. NewsRadio, one of 5.9 FM, Chicago based Grubhub is being sued in federal court for allegedly sneaky and unlawful business practices to named plaintiffs. Restaurants in North Carolina and California accused grub hub of adding them and about 150,000 other restaurants to the platform without permission. The lawsuit claims drivers for the delivery service are instructed to place orders themselves and then pretend to be the customers when they pick up the food, Bloomberg report. It's the suit was brought as a proposed class action on behalf of rust runs across the country. The plaintiff's claim Grubhub is breaking the law by using their names and logos without authorization and is hurting their reputations by providing a quote sub optimal diner experience. Might Krauser NewsRadio 105.9 that burgers in Illinois are still on a high because this past Saturday, a rare visitor was seen down state more than 1000 miles from its home. They soar high above the Oceans, usually with wings like pterodactyls, and they can sleep in the air and word got around fast this past weekend..

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02:10 min | 4 months ago

"craig del amore" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Battleground tracker Pole will have much more on this story and Other political happenings with CBS's Face The Nation Coming up at 11 30 on Uptown Man is accused of trying to solicit sex from someone that he thought was a teenage boy. It happened last week on the North side and undercover investigator with the Sheriff Special Victims unit was posing as a 15 year old boy on a dating app to arrange to meet here. The home of 51 year old Matthew Baldwin. That's where Baldwin was taken into custody. He is now on electronic monitoring. A court date is set for early November. They've burner NewsRadio, one of five point NFL. There are millions being spent to the campaigns for and against having a graduated income tax anyone away, the argument is torn between concerns about the needs of the economy. And the actions of its politicians, businessman Tony Duncan, with the coalition to stop the tax hike. Amendment, say amendment backers wanted graduated income tax approved so that the state lawmakers, Khun Raise taxes any time they want on anyone They want. A problem that we have is the spending that goes on, and this is more power to do more spending. There's hundreds of ways to fix the budget without ways raising attacked. But Quentin folks director of Vote Yes, for fairness, says that's just a smokescreen by people. Behind the opposition who don't want to pay their fair share. You have some of the wealthiest organization in the wealthiest individuals who are opposing this, but also while their opposing it they're saying, you know what we should do. Instead, we should implement sales taxes. We should implement retirement taxes on seniors. We should raise the current flat tax. Tony Duncan denied that but would not name any of the hundreds of ways he suggests to fix the budget and folks pounds. They have no alternatives. Yet they opposed anything that we that if Greg Well, and they just bash it down and singer not a budget question. When they get out. They agreed to disagree. Craig del Amore NewsRadio 105.9 FM. Chicago is number one once again for rats organise, released, its top 50 ready is two Cities list for the fits in second time. Chicago has taken the top spot or can write.

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03:24 min | 5 months ago

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"Ready to bring students back to the classroom. BBM business The Dow is up 128 points. The NASDAQ is up 120. And the S and P is up. 19 points. Sunshine throughout most of Chicago land, some scattered rain showers moving through some of the northern and northwest suburbs right now, heading to Ohio 58 degrees. Right now it's 51 degrees. Governor Prince Yuri's telling voters they could be confident in how the state is handling the upcoming election. W BBM Political editor Craig Del Amore reports. Governor Pritzker counters President Trump's predictions of widespread voter fraud by first pointing out there's no evidence of serious problems with mail in voting at Illinois ins have been voting securely that way for years. He says. They're special attention to security. They're here. But the governor says he is concerned that President Trump is urging his supporters to show up at the polls and watch carefully. He stresses that election judges and even poll watchers are welcome. It's very important for us to have these kinds of activities going on, but those who try to disrupt the vote they will be held accountable for their actions, and we will not let that interfere with voting on Election Day or in the You know, 45 days roughly before Election Day, The governor says he's also very concerned that the president also refused to condemn white supremacists. Craig del Amore NewsRadio 105.9 FM, The Cook County State's attorney has decided not to debate her challenger Kim Foxx campaign says she will not share a stage with Republican rival Pat O'Brien, saying he's engaged in quote Trump like name calling and fearmongering, and it expects more of the same. O'Brien has called Fox, a cheerleader of criminals and a social worker. His campaign says she doesn't want to debate him because he's exposed her failures when it comes to prosecuting violent crime and her role in the just E. Small at case, O'Brien says, bowing out of debates is a disservice to the voters. Mike Krauser NewsRadio 105.9 FM Provisions of the Cares Act expired today It means massive layoffs in the airline industry. CBS News Travel editor Peter Greenberg Airlines expect To drop a CZ. Many is 90 cities from the root network. Of course, All of this can be reversed if Congress moves forward with another $25 billion, a package which could keep the airlines flying through March. That legislation may be passed in the next few days and head to the president's desk for signature. But unless or until that happens more than 50,000 jobs or risk and many U. S cities may lose Air Service airlines received $25 billion to keep their employees on the payroll and fly their scheduled routes. Democratic vice presidential nominee Joe Biden hit the campaign trail yesterday. A day after his contentious debate with President Trump and Ohio, Biden was talking about President Trump's failure to condemn white supremacist But he misquoted Mr Trump's response when I said, Well, how about the proud boys, which is a white supremacist group? He said. Well, I just told them to stand down and stand ready. What President Trump actually said was stand back and stand by a phrase already being used to sell T shirts. Biden says his message to the proud boys and every other white supremacist group is cease assist. Alison Keys, CBS News president was also on the road at a campaign event in Duluth, Minnesota. President Trump touted the ratings of the Tuesday night debate in the history of cable television had the highest ratings of any show in the history.

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01:43 min | 6 months ago

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"And layoffs will have to be considered too. Craig del Amore news radio 105.9 FM WCBM News Time 508 It's time for traffic and weather together on the eighth sponsored by indeed Good Morning Boat ran. Well. Good morning, Pat. It's a very mellow Thursday morning on our expressways and tollways. So far we have one trouble spot because of overnight road workers on the outbound side of the Bishop Ford Where we are seeing some heavy traffic from simply to 159th overnight road work is in the two left lanes and is scheduled to be there until six o'clock. It looks like crews are starting to pick up some of this work a little bit early, but we're still seeing a delay on the outbound side of the Ford starting it simply because of it. 18 minutes from the Dan Ryan out 80 94 right now on the inbound side of the Bishop Ford, no major issues to report The rest of the expressway is looking great. No problems on the Edens. Just 19 minutes getting from Lake cooking in the junction and back on the Kennedy. It's a delay free 20 minutes from O'Hare into downtown tenant from the junction. No Outbound worries. Eisenhower all clear both in and out bound between round 3 90 in downtown. No delays to report on the Stevenson in our outbound on the Dan Ryan. That's just a 15 minute drive from 95th into the burning her changing back. No, I 57 issues so far this morning between 80 and the Dan Ryan on Lake Shore Drive. It's looking great north and South bound problem free on the Illinois tollways as well. The tri state that Jane Adams, the Reagan and 3 55 hallways were all clear round 53 moving at the speed limit the Northwest verbs on I 80 and 80 94. Everything is looking great. I 65 is delay free in the Indiana toll road, a smooth sailing as well. Next traffic report. 5 18 NewsRadio 7 81 of 5.9 found coming up the latest on a shooting on the campus of Western Illinois University. Weather forecast a cool front moved through overnight. Expect the high today maybe 70. It'll be partly sunny, breezy but much cooler tonight.

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02:10 min | 6 months ago

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"Com. Good Tuesday morning. Thanks so much for being with us in for Pat Cassidy, I'm Cisco Kodo. These are the top stories on NewsRadio, BBM. Chicago, staring down a massive budget shortfall thanks to the cove. It 19 outbreak. The state of Illinois issues guidance for election officials during the pandemic. Chicago police were involved in an overnight shoot out on the West Side and President Trump heads to Kenosha Later today. W BBM BUSINESS SNP futures up eight points. NASDAQ futures up 100 points Clouds in Chicago land temperatures in the mid seventies by the afternoon tomorrow, mid eighties. Right now it's 70 degrees. Mayor Lori Lightfoot says the Corona virus pandemic has blown big holes in both this and next year's city budgets. Wcbm political editor, Craig Del Amore with the story as mayor. Life would predicted essentially $2 billion worth of budget shortfalls over this year and next, she said, Closing the gaps will require sacrifices from all Chicagoans. A reporter later noted that people have gone through job losses of the loss of business is an income and they might be uncomfortable hearing that Mohr is asked of them. Well, I understand that I have a hard time saying in this is not an environment in which any of us want to be in, but we have to play the cards that were dealt and the conditions that you're talking about are unfortunately conditions that are manifest in every city and town across the country. Craig del Amore news radio 105.9 FM, The owner of a historic downtown Chicago hotel is the target of a huge lawsuit. Wells Fargo is suing New York based Thor Equities, owner of the 1600 Room. Palmer House for $338 Million. That's about $30 million Mohr than the current value of the hotel, which like others. Has been hit hard by the pandemic. It's been closed since March. Cranes reports The estimated value just two years ago was $560 million. Thor Equities, according to the suit, has not made mortgage payments since the pandemic started. Mike Krauser NEWS RADIO 105.9 FF State health leaders have advised election.

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03:38 min | 6 months ago

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"5.9 F After a day of peaceful protests in Kenosha, there was another night of destruction following Sunday's shooting of a 29 year old black man by police. After midnight in Kenosha. Several businesses and vehicles were set on fire. Last night, a group approached dozens of police and threw water bottles and fireworks at them. Protesters who wanted no part of clashing with police kept their distance. Hundreds of protesters have taken part in the early evening demonstration against treatment by police of 29 Year old Jacob Blake. Earlier, Blake's fiancee told CBS to didn't even know the kids was in the car and I'm telling you one and cup I'm like, Can you please get get back? Get back. Like these officers have had Mike showed me. My kids is in the car. Wisconsin's governor had called in 125 National Guard troops who were charged with protecting firefighters is they put out fires that had been set? Learning to void NewsRadio one or 5.9 FM, little by Republicans, watching the convention from home suggest people's fears of violence and cities like Chicago help illustrate their case for keep of Donald Trump in the White House. More from my veteran political editor, Craig Del Amore. Steve Bolton, chairman of Chicago's Developing Republican Party, says the recent looting in the downtown area and violence on the city streets in general have helped make the case for the tougher law and order stand that they represent. I think that it's actually helped the Republican Party quite a bit locally. I'm not sure how much nationally the events in Chicago having impact, but certainly everyone is fed up with the violence. Everyone is fed up with the with the rioting. It's it's devastated the city. Most most people know that there's an issue is the house that could be laid at the door. The mayor or not, Holden says. Republicans generally support the police, but not he says, those who shoot down unarmed suspect Covering the convention. Craig Della More news radio 105.9 FM Wdbo News time 60. Now it's traffic and weather together on the sponsored by you Line Latest Trapping leads from the tip line here. Yeah, we have a couple issues popping up here and there and a new one in Lemont. Let's go. Writes that double BBM traffic tip line at 8557 80 Road Going North bound on Route 83 around, Archer. That was just a major accident on route 83 Bridge. Some I and about five cars just south of the Archer connection. We're seeing some really heavy traffic in the area. So plan for travel time around route 83 Archer, also seeing a new issue on the Kennedy Expressway. It's on the outbound side of the Kennedy at Addison reported a jackknife Somebody looks like we have the right lane blocked here. On the outbound side of the Kennedy it, Addison. You're heavy from Kimble out to Addison because of it. 40 minutes out to the junction. It's 24 from downtown to O'Hare. No inbound delays at the moment on the Kennedy, The Edens looking OK on the Eisenhower inbound still heavy from Laramie to independence, where an earlier medical emergency is now clear. It's still 35 minutes from round 3 90 into downtown 22 from Mannheim. The outbound Ike is looking fine. Stevenson Inbounds closest ordered cappuccino. Outbound delays to report the ramp to the inbound. Dan Ryan, by the way is jammed up off the Stevens and the Dan Ryan on the In bound trip. You're heavy from the Steven stepped arose of l 20 minutes. 90 50 Downtown. Outbound is okay. 57 The bishop border, both looking good. Lakeshore drive no north or South bound issues to report the only tollways air. OK at the moment, the tristate Jane Adams, Reagan and 3 55 are all good. Rob 33 is okay. 80 80 94 65, you're looking good. The Indiana toll road moving at the speed limit as well. Next traffic reports 6 18, whose radio 78 and one of five point Anna found coming up how the mayor's using Snapchat too. Target. Young people wear a mask The forecast as I mentioned we had showers, thunderstorms a lawyer, but to move in out gone for the most part here Still a little bit up north and.

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03:22 min | 7 months ago

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"Of life. CBS NEWS Special Report Piper and joining US Live W. BBM political editor Craig Del Amore, who's been keeping an eye on what the Illinois delegation to the Democratic National Convention has been up to Craig. What was the activity? Today? Extension has been on the national stage. Illinois delegates to the Democratic National Convention have held their own nightly program in the 90 minutes leading up to the formal DNC proceedings and all week the dominant messages have been laments about the harm Democrats feel Donald Trump has done to the nation and the atmosphere division and hate. They feel he cultivates. Tonight, though the theme was this is it And the message was about getting out the vote among the speakers Chicago and Valerie Jarrett, former President Barack Obama's most trusted White House advisor and a dear family friend. She told the delegates that all the talk means nothing without the work. I just asked for you to Digby was only 75 days. You could do just about anything for that period of time, but we don't want is to look back on November 4th and here with Hillary Clinton said that last night Senator and former presidential candidate Cory Booker also appeared to the Illinois and saying Democrats have gotten through tough times with hard work before, but they need to work even harder this time. Five. Covering the convention. Craig del Amore NewsRadio 105.9 FM, Craig one Interesting note is you look at the speakers this week is that Illinois has really played either directly or indirectly, a fairly significant role. In the proceedings this week. If the Biden Harris ticket does win does that in any way reflect how Illinois might benefit from that victory? I think I think it's certainly does Besides the fact that the last Democratic president Barack Obama is from Illinois, but look for something Look for something new for Ah, Tammy Duckworth's the senator, the junior senator from Illinois. Because she has been very prominent was a candidate for was a contender for vice president. She has a prominent speaking role this evening on the big night of the convention. So I wouldn't be surprised if she plays a role in the upcoming Cabinet. But yes, it's Chicago. The Biden has praised Governor Pritzker for what he's done in. But with Corona virus. I think you're going to see Illinois very prominent as a model for At least some of the rest of the nation. But as Democrats seek to perhaps gain control of the Senate, is there a potential risk, especially in a state where we have had our share of Republican senators? Of having duck worth leave the Senate and perhaps go to the White House and therefore may be leaving a seat vulnerable. Well, That is certainly a possibility. But remember, for all the talk and Let's face it. Illinois has been considered a very blue state for Ah, for the last number of decades. Yes, there have been Republican senators but hasn't been recently and I think we will. Ah, I don't think that's going to be the major consideration here. Alright, That's double D. BBM political editor Craig Del Amore, who has been working hard all week, keeping track of what's going on at the Democratic National Convention. And again a reminder that when Joe Biden gives his acceptance speech.

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01:50 min | 7 months ago

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"A chaotic Night and morning here in Chicago. Things are better now, though, the forecast hot, humid day some strong thunderstorms later in a high of 91 79 going up to 91 today, as you heard in the CBS Network News. 13 police officers injured over 100 people arrested after serious looting and violence in Chicago overnight in the downtown area and the near North side things stabilising somewhat now. They're like foot police, who pretended Brown are going to come down hard on those who took part in the widespread looting overnight in the city. BBM public letter. Craig Del Amore joins us now with more on that, Craig Hello again. Pat. Police Superintendent David Brown says the seeds of the overnight looting and violence were planted yesterday afternoon when police responded to a call of a man with a gun. And they were fired on by that man and fired back, wounding him, he says an angry crowd gathered fueled by misinformation about the incident, and after tensions finally subsided, there were social media calls monitored by police for people to head downtown to loot stores. Caravans of cars and other vehicles did Mayor like that says this was not an expression of free speech. This was brazen and extensive criminal activity, and she called for those people who were arrested to be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. She restrict. She resisted directly criticizing state's attorney, Kim Foxx for not prosecuting many looters after the George Floyd protests, But Superintendent Brown made it clear That the violent looters seem to feel that they would face no consequences Live. Craig del Amore NewsRadio, 105.9 FM, Craig W. BB in front of Boyle What they're some of the looting downtown earlier this morning, people parked along Washington Street next to Macy's and on Randolph Street. Next to the shops on black 37 m brazenly walk through a door or window that had been broken next to adore. And came out with armloads.

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02:45 min | 7 months ago

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"Very much. Our Craig del Amore and again will have the mayor. Police have pretended Brown's news conference, which is scheduled to start any time now from police headquarters. It is 809 Now Let's check traffic and weather together, sponsored by prominent Pain Rehabilitation Institute and the things were chaotic traffic wise earlier. What's latest now, Bo Duran. Yeah, they were there. But everything is starting to even out downtown, Including all the bridges on the Chicago River. I am watching the State Street Bridge. Lowering as we speak. A lot of the bridges over the Chicago River have now been lowered once again, honor open for traffic, the kind of the bridges they're making their way towards the lake front in the lowering. So in the next minute or two, Wabash and Michigan Avenue back down and open to traffic, and same with Columbus, so the bridges are starting to open up is starting to run service in the downtown area once again. After being shut down in the downtown area for most of the morning CT training about service being restored downtown, expecting sense of delays. A lot of the traffic issues downtown are starting to ease up. So we're gonna focus on a couple of other traffic issues that we have out of the downtown area, including a new one on the outbound side of 2 90 You're jammed up from York Road to pass Route 83. So we have a rollover crash. The left Lane is blocked. It's an 18 minute drive out to Mannheim on the ICQ, but 48 From downtown all of after 3 90 pretty heavy on the outbound side to 90 pass around 83. Inbound on the ICQ heavy past 3 55 before right, 83 with Capers on the evens. No problems on the inter outbound sides. The Kennedy inbound 25 minutes from here into the burn Interchange 15 and from the junction, the expressing is now open on the in bound trip. The outbound side of the Kennedy is OK on the Stevenson inbound yourself from Central Cicero, 32 minutes from 3 55 and 20 to and from the tristate outbound is all right. The Dan Ryan inbound 20 minutes from 95th in downtown, the Outbound Ryan. So as you approach 43rd from an earlier crash, 50 seven's Okay. The Bishop Ford inbound no problems outbound for jam solid from 159th. 80 94. And then if you continue south on the on that South bound 3 94 solid all the way down to Glenwood Dyer. This is all because of a crash on the eastbound side of 80 94 at the Illinois are in Illinois, Indiana State line, multi vehicle crash four right lanes remained blocked. Just a single left lane gets by. From time to time you're being diverted off of the downside of 80 94 it either south on 3 94 torrents to head down. So either Ridge Road or US 30 as an alternate this delay because of this crash cars all the back on the South bound Tri State Tollway Dixie Highway. We have a westbound 80 94 capers delay that starts past Klein to the state line. All because of that crash. Another Illinois tollway delays reported on aside from that issue in northwest Indiana. We're looking good next traffic Report 18 NewsRadio 7 81 5.9 found hot, humid day today some strong thunderstorms later on during the afternoon rush hour high of 91 Dean Deb or we'll have more on these thunderstorms that looked like it could be significant. It'll be coming up here in just a few minutes. With more on that 77 going up to 91 time, 8 12 Whatever.

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02:04 min | 7 months ago

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"W BBM. This is Craig del Amore. The Lightfoot administration says parents wanted Children back in the classrooms, but fears of Corona virus mean the school year will start with only remote learning. Covered in person says he's watching Corona virus cases increase across the state, and he says he's ready to step in. If the trend continues, a suburban police chief has put on leave as leaders launched an investigation. A decades long tradition is over at one of Chicago's best public high schools. Wcbm business. Another rally for Wall Street Today the Dow up 373. NASDAQ gained 57 the S. P. S and P. Followed Up by 21 today and patchy clouds below the mid fifties. Low to mid fifties in the summer of 64 of the lake. Tomorrow sunny and 80 76 settle here. The News Watch continues at 4 31 Chicago public School leaders say they're changing their plans for the start of the new education year as Corona virus cases climb, along with concerns from parents and teachers about returning to classes safely. Mayor Lightfoot and school administrators announced the change this morning beyond political editor Craig Del Amore has details on today's announcement. Janice Jackson, the CEO of the public schools, says plans for a hybrid semester with student spending part of each week in the classroom had to be abandoned because of increasing Corona virus cases in the city and the deep concern of parents. She says only remote classes will take place, and she says instructions will be more robust than this past spring. Students will be engaged for the entirety of a normal school day through a mixture of live real time instruction with their classmates and teachers, small group activities as well as independent learning. Jackson also says CPS will ensure that any student who needs a device to get on line will get one and plans to provide many with free high speed Internet will go on as well. Craig Della. More news Radio, 105.9 FM. Governor Perseus is he and other administrators have been watching the state's Corona virus positivity right. Klima's more gatherings in less mask wearing triggers an increase spread of the virus at the adoption center. He called the local leaders to watch the trains in their areas and step into an act targeted restrictions that can lower the curtain. Otherwise, it will only be a matter of time before.

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01:36 min | 7 months ago

"craig del amore" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"A high today of 78. Our top local story on NewsRadio. W BDM. Chicago Public students will start the new academic year learning from home. W. BBM political editor Craig Del Amore joins us Live with a story Well, good morning, Jen School CEO Janet Jackson says the science and the parents shaped the decision to start the school year exclusively online and that's going to continue through the first quarter at least through the first quarter, which ends in November. Jackson says officials heard from parents who want students to be back in the classrooms but don't feel safe sending them there. She says The Learning day will be more robust than it was back during the spring lock down a full day, she says. With teachers fully engaged. There will also be plans for daycare for essential workers and others who cannot stay home with their Children. Here. Lori Lightfoot says that there's nothing about this pandemic that has been easy. But the rising number of Corona virus cases and the concerns of parents and teachers make this. The only way to go live. Craig Della. More News Radio, 105.9 FM. Like a growing number of suburban schools bearing to district 2 20 reversed course on plans to pursue in person learning this fall, Superintendent Brian Harris said. District to 20 is changing course and starting the school year entirely online. After questions of social distancing and staffing needs remained unanswered. I will tell you this year is gonna be a struggle. It's gonna be different, and that's my my heart and my soul Thinking about what school is gonna look like on August 20th. A majority of public comments included parents concerned over their child. Quality of education. I'm ashamed.

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WBBM Newsradio

02:17 min | 8 months ago

"craig del amore" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Winds at six miles an hour. Increasing clouds tonight alot of 68 could get a chance for a shower thunderstorm. Tomorrow. We'll check in with AccuWeather in about 10 minutes, our top stirring nobody. BBM leaders in Chicago, see they're concerned about an increase in Corona virus cases in the city. And as a result, they're preparing to reimpose tight restrictions in bars and other businesses effective on Friday. Williams political enter the Craig del Amore reports. Amputees. Chicago mayor Sameer Maya car says bars do not serve food starting Friday cannot have indoor service, in part because of a rising number of new covert 19 cases. There will no longer be any indoor capacity for those establishments that alcohol consumption without a retail food life, officials say. There are more than 850 taverns in the city. Nearly five 500 Don't serve food. Three dozen of them have outdoor service and that can continue. Health Commissioner Dr Allison are what he explains. The concerns. First of all indoors for his outdoors is just more of a concern to start with and again. That's why we've had this focused approach. Secondly, we know that these are setting that do attract younger people. Not exclusively, but That is part of the social gathering. Other revised rules include a limit of six people at tables in restaurants and 10 people in outdoor fitness classes. Craig Della more news Radio, 105.9 FM. Meantime, Illinois reporting 1173 new cases of Covert 19 today. The Health Department also says more than 34,000 tests in the last 24 hours have been performed, putting the state's positivity rate over the last seven days at just about 3%. Doctors have also reported six additional deaths linked to the respiratory disease. Teenage activist says he was attacked by a Chicago police officer while trying to help a protester who was seeking legal help after being arrested in grandfather's shows 18 year old miracle boy yelling at officers as they repeatedly tell her to step back during a grant park protest Friday, which turned violent, then the video shows an officer raising an arm to her using an obscenity and the phone falls. A picture on social media shows Boyd with a chipped tooth and mouth abrasions. Boyd's lawyer, Sheila Betty says police used lethal force since it was a strike to the head and her client is looking for a restorative process, saying that that officers got to get off the street. But she's not trying to convict him. Because she believes in the power of restorative justice and advantage leader seems in.

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WBBM Newsradio

02:00 min | 8 months ago

"craig del amore" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Good morning. I'm Jennifer Kipper in four Cisco kowtow. We have 85 degrees in Chicago under partly sunny skies, and we'll have some clouds roll in and some rain later today. We're going up to a high of 88 degrees Our top local story on news radio W. BBM Mayor Lori Lightfoot is warning that Chicago could roll back its recovery because of new health numbers that have officials worried. W. BDM political editor Craig Del Amore reports Right now we are on the precipice. We are dangerously close to going back to a dangerous state of conditions. Mayor like what says she doesn't want to put Chicago back to face three of the recovery, closing many businesses again, But there are nearly 200 new cases of covert 19 every day. And public health director Dr Allison are witty says older people once the hardest hit are not where the problem is. We're seeing the most cases in Chicago into our 18 to 29. Followed by 30 to 39 followed by 42 49 of most concern. She and Mayor Lightfoot say our gatherings and bars and taverns where social distancing and masks are not much in evidence. They risk being shut down again. Craig Della. More news Radio, 105.9 FM. Manny's Deli, a popular gathering place before the pandemic, reached out to customers on social media yesterday, and they responded with very limited seating inside and out in the parking lot. Manny's has been relying on deliveries and they've trailed off. So owner Dan Raskin posted on social media. We are struggling. This isn't a joke. You got to get creative. I guess the problem is the same. They cost the same amount operate the business. When your seating thousands of people a day when you're only going to a few 100 Raskin says people responded to the social media posts. I mean, it's been tremendous tons of online orders a lot of suburban orders. We're just hoping that people continue supporting honest and supporting local businesses and Remember what they like the businesses they went to before the pandemics..

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WBBM Newsradio

01:56 min | 8 months ago

"craig del amore" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Public video of the arrest of a suspect who died in custody nearly six months ago. Wdtn business The Dow right now is up to 144 points at 26,886. We have the NASDAQ up 36 points, the S and P 500 up 26. And oil is up almost one and 1/4 percent. W B G M NEWS time. 10 31 Mayor Lightfoot says the city is points to go back to more restrictive Koven 19 orders if the trends officials were seeing continue. W. BBM political editor Craig Del Amore has that story with Health Commissioner Dr Allison are ready by her side mayor like put said the city is seeing nearly 200 new cases of the Corona virus every day, a number are witty fears will rise. And the mayor says the most new cases are among people from 18 to 29. If things get worse, she warns Chicago could return to phase three restrictions. The last thing I want to do is have to take steps back. I certainly don't want to be like other places, the country where we're shutting down commerce and business again. We fully recognize the hardship that this is placed on everyone. What If we must We must the mayor and our woody note The congregating and bars and taverns is a particular concern, and they could see the first of any renewed restrictions. Craig Della more news Radio, 105.9. FM. Local and Federal investigators have released new images of possible arson suspects recorded during the unrest in Chicago following the George Floyd murder. They're hoping the public can help provide identities. Police release photos of eight people wanted for arson during the looting that occurred in late May, mostly downtown, but also on the West side officers. Been working with FBI and F agents going over hours of surveillance video from incidents in late May and early June. They previously released images of 18 other people believed to have been involved in more than 50 arson fires..

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WBBM Newsradio

01:56 min | 8 months ago

"craig del amore" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"News Systems. Craig Del Amore mayor. Like what says if Chicago school Children return to their classrooms this ball CPS wants feedback from Rinse on the plan. President Trump's AIDS pushing back against the nation's leading infectious disease expert, Plus this is Rob Hart, the North suburban school district is investigating after racially insensitive pictures were posted The Social Media Wall Street today the Dow gained 11 points. The NASDAQ fell 227 S and P 500 lost. 30 wacky weather says Clear Skies tonight lows ranging from 58 in the suburbs to 68 downtown. CBS News Update In a new blow to businesses in the state, California Governor Gavin Newsom is again closed down bars, gyms and other indoor businesses to battle the Corona virus. Hair salon owner Giuseppe Franco. Nobody expected this, but if they closed it, the government Then you've got to help people out the restaurant that just opened the mom and pop stores. Florida had more than 12,000 new cases today in governor, Rond De Santis wants to improve testing a lot of times. They're not getting their results back for seven days. Obviously, we want to improve. That s so what we're going to start doing is establishing dedicated lanes, particularly for people who are symptomatic. Many school systems were trying to decide what to do about the fall. CBS's Janet Shamley in here in Atlanta, school officials are voting on whether to start this Well, you're virtually online on Lee for the 1st 9 weeks something one board member calls a failure. CBS NEWS update on Pam Coulter, closer to home airline puts his parents and others will be able to sound on the way Chicago public School officials would reopen school building safely. If they do mayor Life would says Chicago public School officials will be looking for feedback from parents and though she calls other community stakeholders on potential plans for reopening classrooms and welcoming students back Back. But she says everything will depend on the medical guidelines and Chicago's covert numbers. We need to.

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WBBM Newsradio

01:40 min | 8 months ago

"craig del amore" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Immediate and firm response. When told the president's been ordered to turn over his tax returns. It's about time. Look, that's the price you pay for public service. I've released all my tax return. I will continue to do so. And really every president, Republican or Democrat understands that that level of transparency is critically important. Lightfoot, a former federal prosecutor, says no one should be above the people, and she hopes it doesn't take another case going all the way to the Supreme Court. For anyone else who aspires to such high office to recognize the need for transparency. Craig del Amore NewsRadio 105.9 FM Spring Court also ruled that a large chunk of eastern Oklahoma remains an American Indian reservation. It means prosecutors in an area that includes Tulsa, Oklahoma. Don't have the authority to pursue criminal cases against American Indian defendants. Thousands of convictions air now in doubt, state and federal authorities say this could throw Oklahoma into chaos. A former member of a tribal Supreme Court says that statement is overblown. Justice Neil Gorsuch wrote. With the passage of time, Oklahoma and its tribes have proven they could work successfully together as partners. This case involves an appeal by an American Indian who claim state courts had no authority to try him for a crime committed on reservation land. Ed Donahue. Washington W BBM NEWS Time. 11 36 Right now get five quarts of Napa Full synthetic motor oil, plus a platinum oil filter for just 22 98. Why does synthetic motor oil give your engine superior lubrication and protection?.

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