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Chicago Mayor Lightfoot: Another stay-at-home order unlikely

WBBM Afternoon News Update

00:53 sec | 2 weeks ago

Chicago Mayor Lightfoot: Another stay-at-home order unlikely

"In Chicago Mayor life it suggests it's unlikely we'll see another stay at home water even as the city's number of coronavirus cases sources well, mayor like that says it's crucial that people wear masks and avoid large social gatherings is the city and state tried to slow the rise of new Corona virus cases and hospitalizations, but asked if another broad stay at home order is being discussed. The mayor said. Health officials know a lot more about the disease now than they did before. So she expects any new restrictions to be surgical instead of to use her words blunt while we're seeing a city where the spread is across every neighborhood Across every demographic every age move. We've got to be very strategic about the way in which we deploy interventions. The mayor spoke after the kickoff for the development of the terminal on Innovation. Workplace Plan for West Humboldt Park. Craig Della MORE news radio 105.9 FM. A

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01:46 min | Last month

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"FM and the News Watch continues this portion sponsored by Momon law injury attorneys There are millions being spent on the campaign for and against having a graduated income tax in Illinois. The argument is Thorn between concerns about the needs of the economy and the actions of 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 what 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 people and they just bash it down, it's not funny when they're talking about. They agreed to disagree. Craig Della more news radio 105.9 FM, and we'll have more both sides on the at issue program Coming up at 9 30 this evening news time. 5 52 J. Foreigner here, CEO of Rocket Mortgage Making the right financial decisions has never been more important. When you turned a rocket mortgage, we can help guide you to those right decisions.

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02:18 min | Last month

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"For and against, it can't seem to agree on what the debate is all about. Quentin folks director a vote Yes, for fairness, says it's all about fairness. The flat tax rate is easy on those with the most money. We have an extremely regressive tax system, where the lowest 20% pay around 14% of their income in state and local taxes and fees, while the top 1% pay around seven and at 7.4% so roughly, you know half but Tony Duncan, a businessman with a coalition to stop A tax hike amendment says the issue isn't fairness but power. It's about giving Springfield politician unyielding new power to hike taxes and created many blankets as they want. Whenever they want. Taxing us are taxing more money to our resident will look at both sides of the graduated income tax debate on our at issue program this weekend, and you can hear more. Sunday evening at 9 30, Craig Della, more news radio 105.9 of them. In a narrow vote. The Highland Park City Council's approved in ordinance this week to allow sales of recreational marijuana in the park already has a medical marijuana dispensary and I will start accepting applications for a legalized recreational dispensary. In the city's industrial district. The late news son reporting the city Council is expected to vote to the next meeting with a potential retail tax of up to 3% of the sale of the drug, Immigration and Customs Enforcement says it's arrested more than 170 Undocumented immigrants in six cities this month. Ice today says more than 80% of those arrested had criminal convictions or pending criminal charges. Department Acting secretary Chad Wolf says more arrests are common criminals, ice lodges detainers against or not random, illegal immigrants. Ice focuses. Its limited resource is first and foremost on those who pose the greatest threat to public safety operation is part of a concerted pre election campaign by the Trump Administration to target sanctuary cities that prevent police from turning over illegal immigrants already in custody to federal authorities. This month, Ice agents targeted the cities of Baltimore. Denver, New York, Philadelphia, Seattle and Washington D C. It's for 50 to market. My local coffee shop is my Penn State World campus classroom, giving me the full pennstate experience online. My Penn State classroom is getting me to where I want to be quick on the adder. Visit World campus PS you dot e d u to learn more You get a whole.

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Chicago Mayor Lightfoot On Fans At Soldier Field: ‘We’re Having Conversations’

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00:43 sec | Last month

Chicago Mayor Lightfoot On Fans At Soldier Field: ‘We’re Having Conversations’

"Air, Lightfoot seems to have brightened her outlook on bears fans. Returning to soldier field, but only slightly last month, Mayor Lightfoot suggested the chances were less than 50% of Barrys spans would be back in the stands this season. She said the team owners hadn't presented a realistic plan for having hundreds of fans back at Soldier field safely. But at an unrelated news conference, the mayor was asked for a progress report, Channel five reporter Marianne Ahern asked if Lightfoot, a huge sports fan, would like to see a game like any other Bears fan, of course. I would like to be there were having conversations with the Bears, and we'll see where they where they read. That sounds like maybe we'll see. And with that the clock ran out in the news conference ended. Craig Della more news radio 105.9 FM,

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02:04 min | Last month

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"Amy Cockney Barrel. Americans of all backgrounds deserve an independent Supreme Court. Much more on day one of the confirmation hearing coming up at 5 31, a man suspected in a central is hit and run crash that took the life of Adele. It'll knew of. It appeared in Bond court today. An 88 year old woman in a wheelchair, died when she was struck by a Dodge Ram pickup Friday afternoon. In a ST Charles crosswalk came county prosecutors believe Andrew Jensen was driving that truck and knowingly drove off after without stopping to check on the woman. Police took Jensen into custody over the weekend, and he has been charged with multiple felonies, including leaving the scene of an accident involving personal injury or death and failing to report the crash. A judge set his bail at $500,000, and he will be back in court next Tuesday. If Jensen does post bail, he will not be allowed to drive a motor vehicle. Brandon Ice and NewsRadio one or 5.9, FM organizers and Pilsen are staging a caravan tonight in opposition to a plan for sea landmark designation of the area around 18 Street. Moreno, director of Pilsen alliance says residents in the area fear their neighborhood will become more expensive and lower income people will be displaced. If the area gets landmark status, and he feels their voices are not being heated. It could go either way, and I think really, Ah Ah show leadership right on both eyes on the worship of community to come together. Bye and leadership of elected officials responsible. But City Planning Commissioner Maurice Cox says the whole point of landmark status is to protect the Latin ex area from gentrification that has already begun. It would be the first and on Lee From Latino anchored landmark district and the goal is to preserve not on ly buildings, but the people who lived there. The city plans virtual community meetings this Wednesday and next Tuesday. Craig Della more news radio 105.9 FM. It's 5 22 coming up a look a markets in about 90 seconds. J. Foreigner here, CEO of Rocket Mortgage Making The right financial decisions has never been more important. When you turned a rocket mortgage, we can help guide.

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01:39 min | Last month

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"The lakefront and its warmest right now and Juliet where it's sunny and 77 degrees. W BBM News time for 20. Our top story this hour. President Trump is getting back in full campaign mode after his bout with Cove in 19, while Joe Biden stays busy on the campaign trail as well, we'll hear from both presidential candidates coming up at 4 31. The head of the local better Business Bureau, says there are more scams in operation trying to take advantage of people during the pandemic than they can count. So beware. Steve Burns, president and CEO of the Better Business Bureau of Chicago in northern Illinois, says scam artists had been creating fake websites selling non existent products and services related to the Corona virus, pandemic and stealing people's money. And I think a lot of websites that have you know, fixes and cures for the cove. It 19 specifically. On how to deal with that he saysthe. Sheer numbers and sophistication of some of these operations can be overwhelming taken by advertisements on Google another search engines, so guess what their their scam website appears at the top as an ad And most consumers know made the first two positions are advertisements. But some consumers don't realise that and know that so they think it's a verifiable company that's been around for a long time. And and sometimes Craig, it feels like the better business Bureau is a whack a mole game. As we get one website down, another white website pops up, Ernest says. If you're dealing with an online merchant, you don't know. Check them out at the bureau's website, BBB dot org's before you give anyone your money, Craig Della More news radio 105.9 FM.

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01:46 min | Last month

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"Indiana toll road All look good. Next traffic report at 10 08 on his radio 7 81 5.9 FM. Thank you for the forecast for the rest of the evening. Clear and chili areas of frost late tonight alone. You're 32 in some summer's near 40 at the lakefront, Good deal of sunshine and a bit milder tomorrow with a high near 61. We'll see clear skies not quite as chilly tomorrow night Low 46 in the cooler suburbs 51 at the lake. And then tomorrow Tuesday that is warmer with a mix of sun and clouds at a high of 70 right now, partly cloudy skies 47 degrees at O'Hare and Midway 51 Lake fraud winds. Northwest at six MPH. It will be a news time 9 30. After every weekend in Chicago. We hear about the death toll how many shootings there have been and how many people who have died. How many of them were so young and after every weekend, police and local officials explain what progress we're making to stop the violence or not? Is almost certainly no one thing that anyone could do to halt the shootings and the killings. But there are efforts and approaches and this weekend we're going to look at what's called restorative Justice. Hello, I'm political editor Craig Della more and this is at issue. We're going to talk about an approach to reducing violence in the most troubled communities that focuses on repairing the harm done in more ways than one. The story of Justice is a concept that's been around for a while, probably even longer than there's been a name for it, and it can mean different things to different people. But there's an effort to help us better understand how it could have a.

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01:58 min | Last month

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"December. For now, you might want to consider Irving Park Road as a good alternate. Your next traffic report is at 9 38 News Radio 7 80, a model five point out of the AccuWeather forecast. A frost advisory is in effect from late tonight through early tomorrow morning. Leftover showers this morning have left mostly clouds today with a high of 56 degrees for the Bears game at 3 25. Some clouds will break for sunshine with a kickoff temperature of 55. Clear skies tonight Chilly, though, with a low near 32 degrees in some suburbs to 40 degrees at the lakefront. Plenty of sunshine tomorrow with a high of 61 degrees, currently under mostly sunny skies. It's 45 degrees at O'Hare 44 at Midway 45 degrees in Kankakee under cloudy skies also 44 degrees at the lakefront. Again heading to a high of 56 degrees. W B b m news time 9 30. After every weekend in Chicago. We hear about the death toll how many shootings there have been and how many people have died. How many of them were so young? And after every weekend, police and local officials explain what progress we're making to stop the violence or not? Is almost certainly no one thing that anyone could do to halt the shootings and the killings. But there are efforts and approaches and this weekend we're going to look at what's called restorative Justice. Hello, I'm political editor Craig Della more and this is at issue. Wait. We're going to talk about an approach to reducing violence in the most troubled communities that focuses on repairing the harm done in more ways than one. Restorative justice is a concept that's been around for a while, probably even longer than there's been a name for it, and it can mean different things to different people. But there's an effort to help us better understand how it could have a bigger.

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Chicago Mayor, Firefighters’ Union Sign New Contract, With $95 Million In Back Pay

WBBM Afternoon News Update

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

Chicago Mayor, Firefighters’ Union Sign New Contract, With $95 Million In Back Pay

"Firefighters union have signed a new contract that includes back pay and no reduction in staffing for Nadal. The firefighters contract has been open for a couple of years. So there's some $95 million in back pay included mayor like Foot says the city has been setting aside the money for that. And she's proud that this collective bargaining agreement provides for a second set of bunker gear for firefighters, because when Men and women respond to a fire in the middle of the winter and their clothes get contaminated and they get wet. Another fire could be happening where they've got to respond on the same shift firefighters local to President Jim Phrase, he says They'll be back at the bargaining table next year, but I'm very pleased. Was being able to deal with a person of integrity and she is the mayor agreed to maintain staffing levels until at least 2022 Craig Della more news

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01:33 min | 2 months ago

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"Sacrifice people's lives or their health. Neither of the Children. Nor their parents who would be affected. Also, this is not, he told reporters, a political decision. Doctors and researchers have found that these sports particularly high school, sports and college sports. Without the proper mitigations without the proper prevention, etcetera that those sports are dangerous If other states want to risk young people's lives, that's their decision, he says. Craig Della, more news radio 105.9 FM pandemic is wreaked havoc on the state's budget, calling it a nightmare scenario. The governor's predicting a state and local budget cuts. Of the state does not receive financial help from Washington soon until that happens, you ever prescribe says and heads of state agency should start preparing for 5% budget cuts for this year and 10% cuts next year. The Cook County Medical examiner's office says the city and county have just passed the number of homicides recorded in all of last year. Total number of homicides so far this year as of 3, P.m. 680, the vast majority of those in the city of Chicago. The total for all of last year 675. The Cook County Medical examiner's office says the county and city are on a pace to exceed 900 homicides this year. That happened most recently in 2016. So far this year. 79% of Homicide victims were black 16% latte next Roughly nine out.

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01:57 min | 2 months ago

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"Possible thunderstorm this afternoon as well. And a high of 74. 5 Day forecast few minutes away. Our top local story on news radio. Doubly BBM. Chicago police say there was an officer involved shooting on the West Side. Police officers were driving on routine patrol in the 1300 block of West 19th Street just after midnight. And approach the corner there. When a male offender began firing shots. Officers returned the gunfire instruct the offender in the head. He was taken into custody. And to Stroger Hospital initially in critical condition, There's been no further update. Chicago police detectives are continuing to conduct an investigation. Major Lightfoot yesterday outlined some grim numbers when it comes to budget deficits for the city of Chicago for this year and next because of covert 19 and other factors. It's a grimmer forecast and weeks ago in mayor Lifelike predicted Chicago would have a $700 million shortfall for 2020. Now because of rising numbers of covert 19 cases, the gap is 800 million, and the projected shortfall for next year because of the corona virus, and looting and damage to businesses is a historic $1.2 billion. Mayor says there must be sacrifice by all Chicagoans. Could that mean a property tax hike or layoffs? I've been very clear that when it comes to those two things, proper attacks, increased layoffs and furloughs. Those are at the end of my list of tools and options, But they have to be on the table. Given the size of the budget deficit that we're facing off for next year, which is historic and its signs. The mayor promised to listen to all ideas from all parties to help the city recover, including her frequent critics. Craig Della, more news radio 105.9 f ound. It didn't take long for.

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Slain Chicago Rapper FBG Duck's Mother Calls for Peace Amid Fears of ‘Retaliatory Shootings'

WBBM Evening News

00:57 sec | 3 months ago

Slain Chicago Rapper FBG Duck's Mother Calls for Peace Amid Fears of ‘Retaliatory Shootings'

"Hour. The mother of the wrapper, killed in broad daylight on Oak Street this week, is calling for peace in the wake of his murder. Here's w BB on political editor Craig Del Amore. Carlton Weekly was better known as the rapper F B G Duck. He was gunned down in front of an Oak Street store Tuesday afternoon. His mother Latina weekly, says her son was a father of four. Shopping for a birthday party for one of his Children. Chicago police are are on on alert alert for for some some kind kind of of gang gang retaliation retaliation is is weekly weekly called called a a news news conference conference pleading pleading for for that that not not to to happen. happen. I I am am here here today today to ask for peace in the city of Chicago. I am asking that his fans friends of my please Retaliation. Police suggests the murder may have been because F. B G duck made derogatory comments about some dead gang members. His mother says She doesn't know why he was killed and just wants the killing to stop. Craig Della. More

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CPS will begin school year with students learning at home

WBBM Late Morning News

01:01 min | 3 months ago

CPS will begin school year with students learning at home

"City and school leaders say it was a tough decision, but students will not be in the classroom even part time to start the academic year. W BBM political editor Craig Del Amore has the latest with new Corona virus cases hovering around 300 today. Chicago Public schools CEO Janice Jackson says consultations with health officials Faculty and parents led them to decide There won't be time in the classrooms in September, we will begin the new school year learning at home and continue learning remotely for the first quarter, which ends on November 6. Aldermen Michael Scott, who chairs the City Council's education committee, was one relieved Parent. My Children were very excited about the hybrid model As a parent, I was You really scared? It's in my child back to school, and I know that there are a lot of parents. A lot of teachers were also afraid of kind of what was going to happen. I think this gives us the opportunity to reset ourselves. School officials say there will be a full day of learning online each day. Craig Della More news Radio, 105.9

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Chicago Officials Concerned About 'Bubble Trouble', Urge People To Be Selective About Social Circle Amid Pandemic

WBBM Morning News

00:58 sec | 4 months ago

Chicago Officials Concerned About 'Bubble Trouble', Urge People To Be Selective About Social Circle Amid Pandemic

"Top health officials concerned about people expanding their bubbles as they enjoy more relaxed rules and the pandemic world. The story this morning from W. BBM political editor Craig Della more Dr Allison are witty, Chicago's public health commissioner says people have developed what she calls there Bubbles. Those close family and friends, you know, have been taking all the cove in 19 precautions, but the restrictions have loosened. The problem is As those people start to be looser with their interactions, they're bringing risk into the bubble into the household into the friend group. This, the commissioner says, is when those feelings of safety can betray you. People are one day hanging out with a group of 5 to 10 people in the next day in a different group of 5 to 10 people in the next day, a different group provides 10 people. And throughout all of that, you're bringing that risk potentially sort of back into what people had previously perceived as sort of a day for empire. So, the doctor says, Avoid the bubble trouble and keep your circles tight.

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Mayor Lightfoot has 'great concerns' about President Trump possibly sending federal agents to Chicago

WBBM Early Afternoon News

00:53 sec | 4 months ago

Mayor Lightfoot has 'great concerns' about President Trump possibly sending federal agents to Chicago

"Much stock into President Trump's reported intention. To send 175 federal agents to Chicago and other cities across the nation Bear like what, says the recent events in Portland, Oregon, make her concern about the president's plan to send federal agents to Chicago. She spoken with Portland's mayor and says This city doesn't need armed forces with no insignia taking people off the streets. If President Trump is serious about bringing down the violence in Chicago, he could help by taking more guns off the streets. He could fully fund additional prosecutors. Tau focused on gun violence cases he could empower the toe actually do what they're supposed to do, which is go after a legal gun sales go after federal licensed gun dealers that aren't doing their job are selling to people that they know where straw purchasers, she says. The guns air flowing in from neighboring states. Craig Della more news

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01:35 min | 4 months ago

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"Do so. Craig Della more news radio, 105.9 FM, Dabney BBM. It's 10 0 wait. We'll check out traffic and weather together now on the eights, first to the roads, and here is trend. Erickson. Okay, Bob. Things are looking good. If you're on the Eaton's or Kennedy, let's throw the Eisenhower in there, too. Things are moving. Just find there. The Stevenson okay, but the inbound side the inbound wrapped to the inbound and Ryan is down to one lane. So that's pretty heavy, and then they run into roadwork. And the inbound side of the Dan Ryan that is from Roosevelt into the party. There, changed about from 18th really, and slow from the Steven said through that water of roadwork zone in the left lane, you're outbound side 71st. It's jammed really to 95th now, and that's construction. Take it out a couple of left lanes and I'll be in place till 5 a.m. Tomorrow. Both of those instances will be 57 of the bishop for remain in good shape. Lake Shore Drive is a mess North down from the old Street curve up to Fullerton because of a crash. Your South bound side takes the heat around Fullerton. And then as you approach Chicago Avenue on the brakes as well, there is no problems on the tollway's really the tristate Adams and Reagan looking good. That's 53 3 90 are pretty decent shape as well as I 80 but 80 90 for road work slows things. A westbound. This is from Clyde Indianapolis Boulevard. That Robert take the left lane out in two right lanes are eastbound down on 80 94 between Cal. You met Kennedy Avenue pretty heavy through their much worse east that westbound that's both till five o'clock tomorrow, too. Next traffic report at 10 18 by news Radio 7 80 what a 5.9 FM AKI Weather forecast now for the nighttime. Partly cloudy, 62 for the low and a few of the western suburbs.

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Chicago bars, restaurants that serve alcohol required to close by midnight each night to slow spread of COVID-19

WBBM Afternoon News Update

01:05 min | 4 months ago

Chicago bars, restaurants that serve alcohol required to close by midnight each night to slow spread of COVID-19

"This half hour. The city of Chicago issues new rules mandating an earlier closing time. Or bars and restaurants that serve liquor. It's the latest in the battle to slow the spread of the Corona virus. Here's Wcbm political editor Craig Della. More bars and restaurants already have to stop serving liquor for on site consumption at 11 p.m. But they could remain open indefinitely in Chicago business affairs and Consumer protection. Commissioner Rosa S. Carino says people would stay Now those places must close at midnight. This is a proactive measure working alongside our business community to ensure that there isn't bad, Ah, lingering and congregating late into the night and so this totally makes sense. So far, she says The overwhelming number of businesses have been following the rules, but there have been some violators since June, sit over. 1000 complaints. We've conducted 480 investigations of locations where they should 81 warnings across the city and we sighted 17 businesses, but only a party boat has been shut down. Craig del Amore NewsRadio

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01:48 min | 4 months ago

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"Focus on learning. Craig Della. More news Radio, 105.9 PM NEWS time. 78 traffic and weather together on the eights. Here's Claire. Till of issues. Lisa for Metro Milwaukee District, West Line Rider's trains remain stopped. This is in either direction, inbound and outbound due to a train that struck a pedestrian. Unfortunately in the Bensenville areas, no service. At the moment, uh, you'll have to plan on extra time. Officials tell us to anticipate extensive delays. So we'll let you know what to expect. And when. Eden's Your Great Kennedy out. Clear. Inbound. Still heavy from the Hubbard Street tunnel coming into the Jane Byrne, 23 coming in from O'Hare. It's 13 off the junction improving here bit by bit on the inbound. Eisenhower had nerve. Your vehicle fire was a bad one at 83 blocked a couple of lands. I've got the fire out, and they've told it. Still heavy, 3 55 to the scene 47 minutes to get downtown from 3 90 It's 30 and from Mannheim upon 18 back to Mannheim. And 31 23 90 but no Stevenson issues for you. You've cleared up Nicely on 55. And finally some relief here an issue we've been talking about since the three o'clock hour. He had police activity, an ongoing investigation. The block The inbound and Ryan ramp exit to 75th following a shooting so that exit ramp has been re opened. The investigation's been wrapped up. You're still a heavy 83rd to 75th 20 minutes to get downtown from 95th but know Alp on delays it all on the Ryan. Looking good on I 57 as well as the bishop Ford Lakeshore Drive to all of your tollways. Easy. Come easy. Go and checking and find in Indiana. That's everywhere. Next traffic reports 7 18 news ready of 7 81 of five point out of them. Thank you for the forecast again. A severe thunderstorm Watch until 11 o'clock for southeast Wisconsin. And for us tonight, potential for two systems roll.

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02:20 min | 4 months ago

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"Implement Craig Della. More news Radio, 105.9 FM BBM news time for Traffic and weather together on the eighth sponsored by black diamond plumbing and mechanical. Here's clear traffic. A bit of a struggle will start on 80 eastbound where you still jammed. Larkin. The US 30 had an earlier crash. Now you're pretty heavy again in both directions between the Grange and 57. If you're making your way into Indiana, by way of east bound, 80 90 for that sort of a nonstop delay off the bishop foretell the way to Broadway. Eat this Not awful up on 21 inbound is 22. Kennedy out 12 to Montrose eight Express. That's 32 out to O'Hare and I'm 42 0 heritage, the chamber and 32 off the Edens immunized now are crashing on the right shoulder at ST Charles, 45 from three nineties, just 24 in from Mannheim, about 32 back to Mannheim. It's 46 minutes back out to 3 90 Stevenson. That'll take you some time. Here 35 to the Tri State 45 to 3 55 Inbound is 39. Veterans to the drive 25 from 2 94 Ryan this afternoon. A point of contention coming in, you are stop and go from 95th to 75th. Police activity on an ongoing investigation. Blocks the exit to 75th and lots of squad cars or their state. Police air their idot Certainly there. Eso consider 81st as your exit, but further along, you're jammed again. As you approach 40 30 of a crash in the two left lanes, so not where you want to be about. About 40 is well up on 57 18 and Bonds Okay, but jammed on the M bomb. Bishop Ford a lot of that traffic filtering right into the nonstop mess on the Ryan. So that's 30 to get there from 80 Lakeshore Drive crowded at Chicago. He will be crowded on those tall weighs about a Chris Opperman Mobile, 7 80 Mainly on the tristate Claire. South pounds backing about moral across the Bensenville Bridge. Got a tight ramp to the inbound with roadwork in the right lane on that ramp until five. Then you're slow. Cermak down 47th Dixie Highway to the Lincoln Oasis north on 88 to the up onto 90 Ram Jam packed from North Avenue up to grand right before the curves out of O'Hare got a stalled vehicle in the right lane their nineties. Okay, It's all right, despite some roadwork around Route 47. Also, he's found in the right lane. Aurora Toll Plaza, 59. 53 3 55 3 90 Those air Good Chris Hoberman Mobile, 7 80 Next traffic aboard for 18 news ready of 7 81 of five point none of him with the forecast today. Hot, inhuman a chance with thunderstorm today with a high today of 94 denying couple of thunderstorms early and With a potential.

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01:36 min | 4 months ago

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"Units sometimes generated complaints of corruption and brutality. But Mayor Lightfoot says that history isn't being ignored here. Well, I think that the superintendent is very cognizant off the challenges that existed with these groups before on DH, putting in particular safeguards to make sure that there's proper supervision and accountability. It's much smaller. It has been before I think of times past it searched a 400 or more. We're not going that large. But we need the flexibility of a centralized group. The unit will be designed to react quickly to hot spots. Craig Della More news radio 105.9 F s where l police have been looking for a gunman who shot another man in the head yesterday. Town spokesman Ray Hanania says it happened long, sister 11 here was the shooting, obviously involving a gun. On two individuals. One of the individuals was shot in the head. This occurred around 33rd. Antonia says the shooting victim was treated at the scene before being taken to a hospital while police investigated the shooting. Several avenue was blocked at 33rd. Causing some major traffic problems. Change Kaga. Right now we have mostly cloudy skies, and that's the way it's going to remain overnight with a 75 degree low. It's eight minutes past the hour paint. No Paramount isn't just paint. It's the number one painting over all interior hide and stain resistance, providing the most advanced protection in just one coat. And now you can get that same outstanding protection.

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Chicago Aldermen Seek To Close Loophole In 2014 Anti-Puppy Mill Ordinance

WBBM Evening News

00:54 sec | 5 months ago

Chicago Aldermen Seek To Close Loophole In 2014 Anti-Puppy Mill Ordinance

"Puppy Mill band could be closed as soon as this week. Chicago has a law that says pet shops can only sell dogs and cats from rescue shelters and not commercial breeders. But Alderman Brian Hopkins says some puppy mills set up sham rescue organizations and his ordinance would block those operations. Not only are they not treated as pets, most of them don't even have names. Their agricultural commodities. They're treated like pigs being raised for bacon but finally getting a chance to speak. Stephanie Boram, co owner of Pocket Puppies, insisted there's no sham ruffians are not required to provide disclosures, I sources We radio and we didn't really do that. So there's a loop hole. There's no fraud. The problem was that after the rescue motto should be put out of business for doing a butter with stricter controls. Still, aldermen approved. The ordinance, she said, would shut her business down. It goes now to the full council. Craig Della. More news Radio, 105.9 FM Charges have been filed in the

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02:16 min | 5 months ago

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"Their minds. Craig Della more news Radio, 105.9 FM Chicago Police have issued an alert about a group of up to five people who have been Robin commuters on trains and platforms along the Red Line from Lincoln Park to River north. In each case, 2 to 5 men described is about 19 years old demand. People's personal property of the victim refuses there attacked the Adam's taken by force. Wcbm news time now, traffic and weather together on the agent. Here's Bodner and we'll get a look at our tollway system with Chris Harbor Mill in just a moment moment, but we will start on the Stevenson inbound. We're still seeing heavy traffic. It is solid. Before Harlem up to Cicero. This is where an ongoing crash investigation blocks the two right lanes. Just the left lane gets by its Cicero. It's 55 minutes from 3 55 The Lakeshore Drive 45 in from the Tri state this investigation. Is all into an overnight crash involving a tow truck driver that was struck before three o'clock this morning, and the two aliens have been blocked ever since. So we're still seeing these really heavy delays on the inbound Stevenson pictures of everything going on. They're on Twitter now at Wcbm 7 80 traffic Outbound Stevenson now looking okay? Eden's. You're all clear both directions. The Kennedy inbound. 22 from O'Hare, but just 10 minutes out to the junction 20 minutes out to the airport eyes now inbound 34 from round 3 1921 for Mannheim. Outbound is OK on the Dan Ryan inbound. 28 minutes 1950 downtown. No Outbound delays. 57 is looking pretty good on the Bishop Ford. We're good Lake Shore drive is all clear, North and South bound as well. Let's get our look at the toys and say good morning to Chris Harbor Mill. He's immobile, 7 80 Good morning. Uh, Bo. Hi, everybody. I hope you had a nice holiday weekend weekend. There. Now, let's get back to work, though not downside. The tri states back in the 88 the outbound to 90 on the ramp. 90 is doing okay. 88 roadwork is authorized today in the left lane either direction near Route 47 on the Reagan that last between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. You will watch for that. See if it goes up after all. 3 55 53 3 90 Those air doing okay. Chris Harbor Mill Mobile, 7 88 He's looking okay today with 80 94 all clear I 65. The Indiana toll road are checking in at the speed limit as well around like heights, Fairfield North. So as you approach Rollins because of a crash seven issue, and Niles is while central clothes from TUI to Jarvis because of a pavement buckle usually high instead. Next traffic report.

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Help Wanted: 600 Contact Tracing Jobs Available In Chicago

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01:00 min | 5 months ago

Help Wanted: 600 Contact Tracing Jobs Available In Chicago

"Is putting its $56 million girl the virus contact tracing program. Into the hands of a partnership designed to foster jobs for hundreds of participants is well, let's contain the spread of the disease. The city expects some 600 contact tracers to be hired. And Karen Norrington, Reeve's director of the Chicago Cook Workforce Partnership, says they'll be trained to track down people with whom a covert 19 patients been every six weeks. We're going to be connecting with all of the contact tracing court to make sure that Were troubleshooting any challenges that they're experiencing that they're getting constant reinforcement. Roy Walker Dina Malcolm X College says. Equally important are the opportunities. Contact traces the first step into a career in healthcare. Malcolm is Kash has other healthcare opportunities and opera polio of disciplines. We see opportunity with the committee of Worker Program, Patient care technicians, technicians, USC USC USC University University University University of of of of Chicago Chicago Chicago Chicago and and and and Sinai Sinai Sinai Sinai Urban Urban Urban Urban Health Health Health Health Institute, Institute, Institute, Institute, also also also also Gardner's Gardner's Gardner's Gardner's Craig Craig Craig Craig Della. Della. Della. Della.

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01:53 min | 1 year ago

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"Brown's former workers has been sentenced for lying to a grand jury former top be being a Patel is the latest ex employee in the circuit court clerk's office to be sentenced for lying to a grand jury he's accused of giving false or confusing testimony about allegations of a scheme to sell jobs in that office and selling tickets to court Dorothy brown's fund raisers prosecutors in court filings say Patel's lies essentially halted the feds attempts to investigate officials at the top of the alleged scheme court brown has not been charged with anything and has denied doing anything wrong another of brown's aids was convicted of lying but he was sentenced to three years probation Patel's getting two years behind bars he's also lost her pension of just over seven thousand dollars a month Craig della more news radio one oh five point nine FM a teenager is dead and two others hospitalized after a police chase ended with a crash on Chicago's south side last night police say officers attempted to stop the stolen vehicle you're a hundred seconded went worth around seven thirty but the driver took off and eventually crashed into a nearby home boy behind the wheel was pronounced dead at the scene well the boy and girl who were riding in the car were injured authorities say the vehicle had been reported stolen on Tuesday the home involved in the accident suffered substantial damage a man is dead two others wounded after a shooting on the south side of Chicago police say they were sitting in a parked car it's seventy first in state yesterday afternoon two gunmen approached it opened fire thirty year old man died after being shot several times two other men twenty one and twenty five years of age are now in critical condition coming up business news from Bloomberg WBBM news time one twenty two it's weird I don't get shampoo the first half of the word a sham and the second part you definitely don't want to see in the shower that's why I made up a neat word option.

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11:31 min | 1 year ago

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"Editor Craig della more and this is at issue we're told are home to some thirty five hundred species of plants and animals and in addition to the recreation and tourism on the lakes they provide essentials like food drinking water and jobs so what's got the experts worried Asian carp and the need for people in industries to pay attention to the problem joining me here in the studio are Andrea Densham the senior director of constraints are vacation policy at the Shedd aquarium and Jacqueline Wagner the head of conservation action at the Sheraton thanks to both of you for being here thanks for having us well people hear about the threat of Asian carp getting into the lakes occasionally but except for actions by the US army corps of engineers to block the car from as far away from the Great Lakes as possible there's not a lot of public talk about what's being done or the dangers so every intention tell me a bit about what the shed and the Great Lakes business network we're doing at that the invitation only meeting and what prompted it absolutely I so one of the core elements what we're trying to do is grow the impact of business leaders to advance really smart conservation policy this is what we hope to be a beginning of a series of forms on conservation policy issues and the role that business leaders across the Great Lakes basin and by nationally and have to advance important conservation issues Asian carp is one of those issues invasive species is is another at that's related to that but there many many others we very much wanted to use this as an opportunity to kick that off we hope to be able to work in partnership not only with the Great Lakes business network but with our colleagues the alliance for the Great Lakes and the national wildlife federation to continue to grow these kind of activities and clearly Asian carp is one of the critical on concerns we have right now it is growing closer and closer to Lake Michigan and we know from the university of Michigan study a couple months ago that if it finds its way into the Great Lakes it will reproduce soon and continue to have a devastating impact we can stop it though and we have all the powers and tools to do that so we're talking with the business leaders but how they can amplify their voice and how they can have an impact in a Jacqueline Wagner and presumably the business is participating in all this brainstorming are instrumental to the action part of of this equation so what's being done no what has been done by business so far and what kinds of need to be done and I mean will go into more depth but basically what's the mission here so for many years we have partnered with businesses to encourage them to take on sustainable practices other kind of walking the talk and with some of the more recent meetings including the the meeting this past week with Great Lakes business network or trying to get them to actually share their voice and and what their concern is I'm so for close to twenty years we've had a sustainable seafood program at Shattuck Merriam where we work directly with local restaurants to improve their menus and find ways that they can sources denoble seafood and that is one of the ways that we can make a big impact on local waterways and and the health of the oceans is by making sure we're not over fishing any populations that are under threat finally this is kind of one of those crossovers with the topic with Asian carp because a lot of people look to Asian carp as a potential food item and there are some people some restaurants in some suppliers that try to get invasive Asian carp and figure out creative ways to eat it and and use that as a way to eradicate it or or totally should kind of deal with this impending issue in in our region that's not really a large scalable solution at this time but I was going to say yeah halogen to think of recipes for car because they have so that they have so many bones yeah a lot of people make cart burgers which are pretty tasty and that's that's one opportunity and that's primarily really good educational tool for us to begin to talk about invasive species including Asian carpet it is not the solution for a radic hating is as Jacqueline just sighed in and the really primary goal for this event and the for the future forms are to educate our business leaders across the Great Lakes basin about how they can amplify their voice as as business leaders with elected officials so it's that connection of educating of it what Jacqueline steam does of educating the public and the business leaders about issues and then helping them learn how to use their voice with teams like mine with elected officials to have a greater impact and make sure we're talking about the sixteen billion dollars in tourism that the Great Lakes it in advance is each year in the seven billion dollars in the and are greatly expatriates there's a really substantial amounts of resources towards our Great Lakes economies and we need to remember to bring that to our elected officials when they're trying to make decisions on how to move forward I think what we do need to establish for for people who are listening who keep hearing Asian carp bad shouldn't get here what happens if they do why do I I think we need to set the you know why is this a matter of urgency since I don't think people here it into our terms of urgency all that often absolutely we you know one of the things I care emergy our director fresh water fish said while she was presenting on Monday was it's really important we think about in bases generally once in a vases of in in a community whether it's and whether it's buckthorn that's that something growing or muscles like zebra mussels in our Great Lakes in especially Asian carp it's almost impossible to remove it while it's there what we know about Asian carp the reason why it's incredibly concerning is that they can eat between twenty and forty percent of their only own body weight each day that's what's happening in in the Mississippi River basin which is a which abuts the Great Lakes and you know at this point in the Great Lakes basin the Asian carp about seventy nine percent of the biomass of fish in the river right now so they are eating up and destroying all of the native fish that Jacqueline was just talking about we need to restore those native fish in order for our Great Lakes fisheries again which is a seven billion dollar economy each year for the Great Lakes in order for that to continue to take sustain itself and thrive we need to make sure we keep Asian carp out is it just a matter of of of marine life or sealife there there are a lot of fresh water I don't know what to call it but anyway is it a matter of just keeping a variety of that life therefore for fisheries and what are the other impacts that you know Asian carbon invasive species can have that would affect things like tourism and recreation and such all of biodiversity is really critical to our region and that you mentioned in your introduction that the Great Lakes are home to about thirty five hundred native plants and animals and we really you know as the aquarium we are a voice for the animals that are out there that need to thrive in in our environment and so we it's critical that we maintain biodiversity injury was talking a little bit about invasive species and once they get real in an ecosystem how how harmful that can be and one of the projects that my team has been working on is bringing volunteers to local forest preserves to remove buckthorn which a lot of people are familiar with as a as a brush invasive species once boxer and takes hold in a forest preserve it chokes out all of the native plants and really becomes what's called a mono culture so it's one plant just Buck foreign and a whole forest preserve I which really doesn't provide a lot of variety for food and habitat for different wild life that's what we're doing is taking volunteers out to clear out that box horn and revitalize different environments and then we are all working with our research team to study the impact of that and an increase in biodiversity following the removal of that invasive species as you might imagine that is very resource intensive it takes a lot of time and it also takes a lot of diligence to continue to go back and keep that box or an out on the Great Lakes have also seen hundreds of invasive species enter the Great Lakes over the last couple hundred years as we've been building canals and bringing our eyes see ballast water into the Great Lakes and and through those routes in fact introducing invasive species and so we've also we've already seen a lot of damage from those invasive species that have ended up in the Great Lakes and we are trying to you know kind of prevent and and so that we don't have to try to manage it after that so it's it's definitely a challenge in prevention efforts can work we've learned from the experiences with ballast water how to do it better and it we're at a point right now where we're generally keeping out invasive due to the really smart science driven interventions to keep those vows water's clean and help the shipping industry continue to move there in important on pieces of the economy through our region but in a safe way so we can do this these type of things in a safe way when we bring science to to bear I think the biodiversity issue is incredibly important addressing Asian carp in making sure it doesn't get in is the first step the next step is restoring the health and vitality of our Great Lakes will our colleague we work across the Great Lakes basin our colleague representative Debbie Dingell has advanced are great bill called forge fishing forge Fisher the little fish that are in the food chain that need to be there them little native fish in order for our big white fish and other fish that we love to eat at dinner like our walleyes and our trout we don't have those little forage fish were not able to eat the rest of those and our and our Great Lakes fishery and that economy isn't able to grow so we need to help support not only preventing bad things from happening but restoring the damage that has happened and rebuilding the bio diversity in our Great Lakes should I be surprised that there would be a project from the Shedd aquarium the would be on land removing Buck thorn the I appreciate that specific to the will to water no seriously though that's that tells us something about we are how broad the the impact is well my first reaction is that of course everything is related and connected you know so the Chicago River is connected to the Great Lakes which is connected to the Saint Lawrence river which is connected to the Atlantic Ocean and so all of these systems are you can't just be looked at as there as if they're in a bubble they're all connected and so on you would there all we are yeah they can have an impact on each other them but as for us doing that forest preserve work a few years ago we had a temporary exhibit highlighting amphibians of the world and we wanted to take action to protect our local amphibians sees me ends so there are ephemeral wetlands in the forest preserves that are really important for us to restore and ephemeral means their their seasonal so that you know especially in our rainy seasons we have plans that that form in the forest preserves and that is the breeding ground for local amphibians like blue spotted salamanders and spring peepers an American toads.

Chicago Proving Partnerships Are What It Takes To Find Jobs

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00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Chicago Proving Partnerships Are What It Takes To Find Jobs

"The Chicago area's top job development official says her agency is approving partnerships or what it takes to successfully find jobs for those looking for them the Chicago cook workforce partnership is work with more than two thousand employers finding candidates for the large number of one fill jobs in this area and it's helped more than sixty thousand people of all education and skill levels and partnerships C. E. O. cara Norrington Reeves says this all started as a joint effort between County Board president Tony practical and then mayor Rahm Emanuel who famously did not get along having been a part of the city and county government then morph into a nonprofit organization to now becoming the largest workforce development system in the country it is indeed a success story especially for the job seekers who been helped Craig della more newsradio one oh five point nine FM

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06:00 min | 1 year ago

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"Craig della more and this is at issue yes this is will the outgoing legal director for the American civil liberties union operation based here in Chicago Benjamin wolf has been legal director since twenty fifteen but he says he'll stick around until a successor is found that could take awhile how would you like to follow this guy as legal director he helped negotiate the groundbreaking consent decree on police reform for Chicago he help reach a final agreement on improving health care in Illinois prisons among other things been will welcome back and thank you for being here my pleasure I'm grateful to be here well first why retire now just when things were beginning to be fun well I'd say things I've always been pretty exciting at the ACLU we we fight the battles for people's rights and and we will keep fighting them long after I'm sitting on a beach somewhere so I I thought it was a good time in terms of my age and life to to step down as legal director and let somebody else supervise our amazing lawyers well before we talk about some of the amazing things you have and then continue to do in your career how does a lawyer like you slow down do you even know how to relax I'm gonna find out it's particularly since the since the twenty sixteen election it's been a time of even more activity than we usually have so just to go back to something like forty hours a week would would feel like a vacation I think but what what what are you really just going to relax no I think I'll stay on I've been offered the opportunity to stand as a senior counsel and a part time role and I'm open to that for a few years I'd like to write an article about consent decrees and other structural injunctions because I've I've been dealing with those for decades and I think a lot of the public literature is wrong on on what those are about and particularly after former Attorney General Jeff sessions put all kinds of restrictions on the justice department's degrees I think somebody needs to take the other side and it's a good time to do that I want to go back to the wall perhaps the the case you're best known for a was the federal lawsuit from nineteen eighty eight about how children were cared for by the Illinois department of children and family services it is that the case you would like to be remembered for I'd like to be remembered for that one and for other ones where I represented powerless people but that certainly has a case that I'm very proud of although in many ways we were a victim of our own success we force the system to get much better in the late nineteen nineties and early two thousands more than forty thousand children were adopted in a safe stable homes the rate of reviews of children reported to the system went down by more than fifty percent caseloads dropped his reported they were happier we had more foster homes and then because federal courts don't really want to get involved when things are better we took our foot off the gas and starting with rob will go a virgin continuing very much servers around our the owner I system deteriorated so now we've had to go back to court again so every success as the as the seeds of future challenges when you're representing powerless people in the state what are the things that you're working with now better at DCFS because of the battles that were fought before I think so I think we we showed for one thing with the cooperation of a good administration for a while lead by Jess McDonald at DCFS a very good director that you can make it better I think some people think foster care is impossible in that when you start intervening in families that have issues of substance abuse and poverty and sometimes violence there's almost nothing you can do and we show that's not true you can help people you can you can help families stay together and you can help children get on with their lives if they can't stay with their parents but we keep always hearing the occasional story about people who missed signals and the light can is that some I'm I wonder if any system N. any kinds of reforms can keep things like that from happening I think it's impossible to keep a system in place that never makes a mistake but I think we can do it much better than we're doing it now and certainly much better than we did in the late eighties when we said in the first time man Ellen I has had one of the worst foster care systems in the country both in the eighties and perhaps now and we can do better than that and most of the time we can make good decisions if we remember these are our children the state has brought them into its custody in many cases in the name of protecting and to mistreat them after we do that is just inexcusable if I've noticed a pattern through your career it seems you've dealt a lot with Human Services is there a particular reason why you were drawn to those cases it it is not true that the ACLU and other states always grapples with those issues but in Illinois we've had a history under both parties ignoring Human Services of underfunding and collecting Human Services and the money we do procreate is often spent on the basis of clout and not need and so in Illinois I've had.

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01:53 min | 1 year ago

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"PM Craig della more newsradio one oh five point nine FM president trump is healing the latest jobs report while slamming the nation's central bank the president's pleasantly surprised to see employers added two hundred twenty four thousand jobs last month those were really unexpectedly good and says things could be even better with lower interest rates we don't have a bed that knows what they're doing so it's one of those little things but we had a bad that would lower rate you would have a rocket he's repeatedly blasted the central bank for it not cutting rates and the strong hiring report lessens the case for the fed to do it this month soccer mad Connie at the White House authorities in the Bahamas say seven Americans have been killed in a helicopter crash police in the Bahamas see a helicopter flying from big green K. island of fort Lauderdale Florida has crashed killing seven Americans on board the royal Bahamas police force as the cause of yesterday's incident that claimed the lives of four women and three men happen to miles off grand Kay and is under investigation by law enforcement and civil aviation authorities I met small WBBM news time eight thirty four talks in Moscow between NATO and Russia are at a standstill over a major Cold War era missile treaty NATO secretary general Gen Stoltenberg says that Russia is going against the treaty by not destroying missiles no we didn't see any sign of Russia being willing to come back into compliance with the on that for a treaty the pack is set to expire next month a group of immigrant workers who were fired from president trump's golf clubs want to meet with him at the White House the twenty one needs grounds keepers and others were fired this year for not having proper working papers they wrote a letter to president trump this week asking him to remember their years of hard work the White House.

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