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WBBM Newsradio

04:06 min | 2 weeks ago

"daily chronicle" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Way at 6 15 our top local story on NewsRadio. W BBM, Illinois State Police are saying very little about the death of a man on the Edens Expressway overnight. BBM is burning to FOIA joins us live with that story. According to state police. There was a shooting shortly after 12 15 this morning on the north bound lanes of the Edens near Elston Avenue. The person who was shot was found slumped over the steering wheel of a red Subaru forester. The Chicago Fire Department says the victim was dead at the scene, the person's name, gender and age of not yet been made public. State police closed the North bound evens at that point for about three hours. Is they investigated? Reporting live Bernie to FOIA. NewsRadio, one of 5.9 police in Sycamore say they're still trying to sort out exactly what happened early Saturday when two people were stabbed during some kind of confrontation. The Daily Chronicle reports. As many as six people were involved in the incident in which one person was stabbed with a piece of wood and another, possibly with a knife. Neither was seriously hurt. The incident was reported along the 100 block of South California. No arrests have been made. A call is going out to pick up the phone or go online to reschedule your cancer screening screenings dropped this year as we sheltered in place and medical facilities delayed them trying to focus on Corona virus and preserving PP after restrictions were lifted. Some may have been concerned about going to public places, or they couldn't be squeezed into two others trying to get preventive screenings. The American Society of Clinical Oncology, along with Harris Poll surveyed people about cancer care. And ask. Oh, executive Vice President Dr Richard Schelsky tells us that there is some risk in postponing cancer screenings for long periods of time, and people are concerned about that. 60% of the people who had an appointment that was postponed or delayed Express could start about that and are fearful of having a son detected. Cancer is still lurking somewhere. Doctor Schelsky recommends getting your appointment on the books soon because early detection could save your life. Jennifer Kipper news radio 105.9. Then Illinois is one of 37 states that allow in person early voting and one of 27 that allow any voter to request a ballot by mail mail in ballots go to a local election authority and most places that's the county clerk. The clerk processes the ballots they get in the mail. But that's not counting processing is opening the envelope and verifying the signature. And that must be done within two days of receipt. The ballots are then fed into machines that count the votes. But election officials are not allowed to release voting results or add them to the vote totals until after the polls close at 7 P.m. on Election Day. Dave Marr set NewsRadio 105.9 News time. Six away traffic and weather together on the eight sponsored by Consumers. Credit Union hears Beau Durant. Let's go pretty mellow Monday morning awaiting us on the express Ways and tall weighs no Eden's or Kennedy issues at all. So far today, the evening's just 19 minutes from Lake Cooking to the junction of Act that Kennedy you're looking at just 20 minutes to get from O'Hare into the burning or change. 10 minutes and from the junction same times on the outbound trip, the express lanes moving in, bound up the speed limit the Eisenhower's and all clear in an outbound trip, the Stevenson just 30 minutes to get from 3 55 Toe lakeshore drive. No mainland delays on I 55 However, the ramp from the Stevenson to the inbound side of Dan Ryan is pretty jammed in because the Dan Ryan itself on the in bound side is slow from the Stevenson A Roosevelt. Ongoing roadwork at Roosevelt takes out the right lane until the end of next summer. 20 minutes 95th into downtown on the Ryan. The up outside of the Dan Ryan is problem free, though. No, I 57 problems to report with the Bishop Ford all clear, both in and out bound on Lake Shore drive no north or South bound issues to report Tri state in the Jane Adams tollways are looking great. On the Reagan totally. And the veterans Follow the 3 55. You're looking good. Ron 53 is all clear. North and South bound. I 80 between Morris in Tinley Park. Everything is checking in at the speed limit in northwest Indiana. 80 94 the toll road and I 65 all looking great. Next traffic report at 6 18 NewsRadio, 78 and one of five points. We have sunshine in the forecast on this Monday. A really nice way to start a beautiful week. No rain in the forecast for the next several.

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"daily chronicle" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"daily chronicle" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Dekalb daily chronicle it's a miracle Felicia Middlebrooks newsradio one oh five point nine FM WABA beers time three twenty gauge traffic and weather together on the gates at his player link we shall start where traffic is the worst which is in northwest Indiana eighty ninety four east bound your delay starts at the state line it takes all the way to the Indiana toll road lots of traffic volume but you also lose the left lane at roughly with bridge work westbound eighty ninety fours mass off the Indiana toll road in spots right back to where you started out the bishop Ford additionally that entrance from westbound eighty nine forty south on sixty five is closed for maintenance until next Wednesday so that traffic is filtering into the eastbound he ninety four delay and overall it's just a mess if you're on the Indiana toll road heading east you've also got a lot a lane closure it's the ramp to exit twenty one the lake station exit so that will be closed until Monday morning you will be re routed to exit thirty one in the meantime if you are on the evens out about twenty five inbound just thirty Kennedy out thirty two to Montrose's twenty in the express it's an hour to here mother taking our intent that's coming in from the airport fifty minutes in off the junction up outside of the I. forty two to man I'm fifty five to three ninety minute hour twelve minutes route three ninety coming in forty seven from Mannheim Stevenson now fifty two to ninety four an hour and five to two fifty five in bounds fifty two from veterans is thirty seven minutes in off the tri state the sluggish north on fifty five through the roadworks tone at arsenal outbound and Ryan thirty about us twenty two fifty seven so K. few north of eighty inbound fifty seven this is at US thirty you're jammed up to vomit but supports finds out the lecture drive clogged up fourteen Roosevelt northbound jammed up Soldier Field in spots to Chicago and sluggish on both sides of the tri state tollway get traffic and weather together on the H. every ten minutes on newsradio seven eighty one of five point nine FM beautiful day high today mid to upper eighties tonight clear conditions a low of fifty seven in the suburbs mid sixties downtown tomorrow some sun and clouds but still warm eighty six eighty seven lake in tomorrow night clear with a low of sixty six right now it's eighty two oh here three thirty this.

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"daily chronicle" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"daily chronicle" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Above a trailer park perched alongside the swollen creek blocks away a much more destructive seen a stone. Pine tree well over one hundred feet tall bowled over by heavy rains and wind. Two people are dead five others wounded in a drive-by shooting outside of a bar in the grand crossing neighborhood on the south side happens just after two A M outside of Reynolds lounge at seventy fifth at side a thirty nine year old man, a thirty six year old man died at the university of Chicago medical center. A third man's in critical condition at Christ medical center in oak lawn. Police say a fight inside the bar pushed a group of people outside. And that's when one person inside a silver Ford began firing shots into the crowd. New details in the case of a man who was arrested at O'Hare late last week when t- six-year-old Yvonne, Charlton of the Whitlow neighborhood age charged with one felony count of first degree murder in the death last week of Twenty-three-year-old Nina Edwards Edwards was found. Strangled thursday. Morning in an apartment in the fourteen hundred Blunk of east seventieth street in the grand crossing neighborhood where she lived her child was later found safe. Charleston is doing central bunko on Thursday, Jackie's Wyche, News Radio one zero five point nine FM, man. From Georgia is charged with battery for allegedly using racial slurs and hitting a woman, and then a police officer police say Robert bushman of Atlanta was in the thirty three hundred block of north hall said when he set up on a woman who happened to walk by yelling at her f-. You you immigrant be striking her in the head and face when police who saw most of this attack intervened, they say he used racial slurs against them and struck one officer in the eye and attorney for bushman told the judge his client was honorably discharged from the army and now suffers from PTSD his bail was set at five thousand dollars John Coleman NewsRadio on one five point nine FM registered sexual predator. Who used to live in sycamore is now facing new charges of abusing boys and DeKalb county. And he's now out on bail. Ron. Bieber at senior who now lives in Wisconsin was sentenced in two thousand fifteen to five years in prison for molesting a boy younger than thirteen in his sycamore home. He was paroled two years later and was projected to be discharged this coming April. Now, the sheriff tells the DeKalb daily chronicle he faces new charges in connection with incidents in rural Kingston involving new young victims three generations of be Brits's have been convicted of sexually abusing children. Dave Marcet NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. A reminder you can stream WBZ 'em through our website or the radio dot com app or just ask your smart speaker to play WBZ NewsRadio. Now,.

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WBBM Newsradio

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"daily chronicle" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Smitherman says she recently went to the home of a student who had missed school and saw he had symptoms of strep throat. After one clinic refused to treat him. She took him to another. Other and said he was her some burner NewsRadio on one or five point nine FM. Video of a confrontation between Chicago police at Marshall high school and a sixteen year old female student shows, the officers repeatedly using a stun gun on the girl and punching her it's raised questions about why the officers were assigned to the west side school in the first place, and how they deal with students after the girl is stunned over and over again, she grabbed a stun gun and an officer punched her with his closed fist as he and his partner tried to remove the girl from the school following some sort of altercation, there CPS issued a statement saying the officers involved will not return to that school. And that a thorough review of the situation will be conducted. A Chicago area developer is facing prison time for fraud. A federal judge sentenced Warren bar the third to eighty seven months in prison after he pleaded guilty to federal fraud charge that will prosecutors say bar and five associates sold. Condos in the vision on state condominium tower in the south loop at artificially high prices. To deceive lenders. Cranes reports prosecutors say the scheme totalled about twelve and a half million dollars. Jim good us. News Radio on one zero five point nine FM. Former sycamore man and registered sexual predator is facing new charges. Abusing boys in DeKalb county. He was released from jail after posting ten thousand dollars bail Ronald Bieber at senior who now lives in. Wisconsin was sentenced in two thousand fifteen to five years in prison for molesting a boy younger than thirteen in his sycamore home. He was paroled two years later and was projected to be discharged this coming April. Now, the sheriff tells the DeKalb daily chronicle he faces new charges in connection with incidents in rural Kingston involving new young victims three generations of be Brits's have been convicted of sexually abusing children. Dave Marcet NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. Accuweather Nashes WBZ news time one thirty.

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"daily chronicle" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"daily chronicle" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Fun is a great organization they provide funding to really dig deep into the research and make more progress. We were able to start a clinical trial. That's led by Emily green guard. The hope is that these types of their opinions are going to be more effective and a lot better tolerated. A lot more safer than people. Ask me how I smile on my face. It's easy. When you have so many great people that take care of you and support you find out how you can be a part of the child's cancer journey and a part of the cure. Visit trans cancer dot org. A public service message from children's cancer research fund, WBZ news time, six eleven Zion woman is in the Lake County jail after she allegedly hit a police squad car and then slammed into a Zion CVS store with her Jeep just one day before she was supposed to start jail sentence for driving while intoxicated Fifty-seven-year-old nine Allen faces numerous charges. She allegedly slammed through a solid wall of the store after police pulled her over for driving erratically police say she slammed into their squad car eight to nine times a fifty four year fifty year old former sycamore man and a registered sex offender says he faces new charges of abusing boys in DeKalb county and has been released. From jail after he posted a ten thousand dollar bail, the DeKalb daily chronicle reports that Ronald a beer Bieber. It's senior who now lives in Manitoba, Wisconsin was sentenced June eighteenth of two thousand fifteen to five years for molesting a boy younger than thirteen in his sycamore home. He was paroled June twenty-seventh of last year that should be twenty seventeen and was projected to be discharged, April fifth of this year. Now, the sheriff says he faces a flurry of new charges in connection with incidents in rural Kingston involving new victims one of whom was younger than thirteen three generations of his family have been convicted of sexually abusing children WBZ news time, six.

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"daily chronicle" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"daily chronicle" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Southern coast, corporal Daniel Baker of Tremont was one of five marines declared dead after a refueling plane collided with a fighter jet on December six a sixth marine who was rescued later died. Baker graduated from high school in two thousand fifteen there. He was in the soccer club and built robotics. He joined the marines in two thousand sixteen. He was promoted to corporal in February Tremont is about one hundred sixty five miles south east of Chicago police say a Wadsworth man is charged with child pornography. Investigators say Joshua Howard is charged with manufacturing child, porn and criminal sexual abuse. Police say Howard had a sexual relationship with underage girl and recorded video and audio of their improper encounters. Detectives. Say they see us computer and cellular equipment from Howard's home. Yesterday, an old town couple will be allowed to Adiga Raj two story home to help their thirteen year old daughter who needs a wheelchair lock club. Chicago reports a neighborhood group fought the garage claiming it would damage the integrity of the old town triangle landmark district, but Chicago's zoning board of appeals voted unanimously to approve the garage. The gal police say a man held a woman against her will yesterday at an apartment complex. Investigators say it happened at the suburban apartments on Annie Glidden road. Police say a woman called police and claims she was held against your will in a laundry room. Officers arrested Henry Kaiser of DeKalb investigators say they found cocaine and a glass pipe to inhale the drug on Kaiser, a former DeKalb alderman who recently resigned from office has been charged with stealing from a private employer. The DeKalb daily chronicle reports former alderman Michael Marquardt was charged with forgery and theft. Investigators say he took ninety five hundred dollars from a local country club where he worked as a manager by writing checks on. The country clubs Bank account and forging his supervisors signature a bystander intervention stopped in our man from kidnapping a thirteen year old girl on the west side. The girl was walking with her mother in the forty nine hundred block of west here on when they were approached by man was a gun. He grabbed girls army tried to pull her toward his vehicle, but police say a man on the street came over at that point and scared off would-be kidnapper the suspect described as being in his early twenties about six feet tall has a lightning bolt tattoo on the left side of his face. He was driving an older model gold colored vehicle which has rust on the passenger side Jan Coleman. Newsradio on one zero five point nine FM the candidates for Chicago mayor thinks the Dan Ryan expressway should be renamed for former President Barack Obama Bill Daley says it's only fitting I think the legislature should act to change the name of the Dan Ryan expressway to the Barack Obama expressway we have three other express routes. You have Kennedy named after president Kennedy. Eisenhower, President Eisenhower Stevenson after a world leader. UN ambassador ran for president twice. Dan, Ryan junior was president of the Cook County board from nineteen fifty four to nineteen sixty one. We'll check the WBZ AccuWeather five-day forecast and get the latest in sports next WBZ news time three thirteen. Hi. This.

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WBBM Newsradio

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"daily chronicle" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Seven eighty and one zero five point nine FM WBZ. I'm AccuWeather tonight. Mainly clear skies, low twenty eight we'll have areas of fog again late tonight. Like we did last night into the morning hours. Then tomorrow, partly sunny after the fog lifts, the high forty seven for the bears game at noon, look for it. To be around. Forty two degrees at the lakefront right now. It's forty three degrees with fair skies at O'Hare forty four at midway forty one at the lakefront and dupage airport. Reporting in at forty seven WBZ news time four twenty. Our top story. This hour interior secretary Ryan Zinke has joined a post midterm exodus from the Trump administration will have much more on this story coming up at four thirty one governor Bruce rounder caused a firestorm within the Republican party in the state by admitting on Thursday in an exclusive interview on channel seven that. He had talked to four people to take his place on the ballot in November rounder said all four said, no. But Cook County Commissioner Sean Morrison a leading state Republican is now calling for an emergency meeting of the state central committee to address the rounder revelation, which he and others are calling a deeply troubling matter. A landlord is charged by DeKalb county. Police with invading a tenants privacy, the DeKalb county sheriff accuses Sudarshan battle of Naperville who's the landlord of apartments in sycamore of entering one of his tenants apartments without notice and taking a picture of the naked tenant. The King County daily chronicle reports police have charged with criminal trespass to a residence and disorderly conduct. Police say better was released from custody after posting five hundred dollars. Investigators say the tenant claims around noon Friday, he found battle standing in his living room before battle yelled at him and used his cellphone to take a picture of the naked tenant. Jim News Radio on one zero five point nine FM, a former White House economist who is familiar with Chicago's education system is now leading the Chicago Board of education Mira manual has appointed Austin goolsbee to the post goolsbee as a professor of economics at the university of Chicago booth school of business. The mayor says goolsbee has a lifetime of knowledge and leadership as an educator, and it will work tirelessly to improve the city schools..

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Judge chases inmates who tried escaping from courtroom

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00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Judge chases inmates who tried escaping from courtroom

"Judge in Washington state helps catch a couple of inmates. USA's Chris Barnes reports. The Lewis county sheriff says, quote, these things don't happen. Very often. That's an understatement. After the judge removes his robe and gives chase after two handcuffed inmates. Make a run for it out of his courtroom video obtained by the daily chronicle showing the judge are w buzzard leap into action. When twenty two year old Tanner Jacobson and twenty eight year old Cody Howard bolted for the door and down a stairwell.

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WBBM Newsradio

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"daily chronicle" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Of firefighters. Responded to the call early this morning it happened in the twenty two hundred block of. Sacramento at three flat grey stone building massive claims can be seen coming. From a window on the third floor. Paramedics had multiple people put on stretchers the fire department says two other children did survive and they were taken to the hospital for their Injuries but at this time we still don't know their exact conditions we, are also told that a firefighter was also taken to. The hospital in good condition crews put out the fire in about an hour the cause. Of the blaze remains under investigation several people were hurt, this morning and a. Multi vehicle crash on the inbound Eisenhower. At central park one. Person was critically hurt. The crash shut. Down a. Stretch of the inbound Eisenhower for several hours. We'll get, an update on the situation on, the Eisenhower with traffic and weather together on the eighth at six. Oh eight. Activist rail against white lives matter flyers circulated in blue island the police chief in. Blue island addressed a matter in a letter this month saying the flyers are not illegal the person who distributed them has a first amendment, right to, do so and. Let's not give them the attention they seem to want. But the activists who gathered at one hundred twenty seventh and western in blue island yesterday. To denounce the flyers call them racially divisive and told the daily Sal. Town they want to send a message. To the community at large at the flyers are unacceptable the flyers carry the headline white lives matter If they contain a. List of websites that promote white supremacy Jan Coleman NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM the. Chicago triathlons underway more than nine thousand people are taking part in the running biking and swimming race. It's the thirty six Chicago triathlon sycamore woman with four convictions for driving under the influence is in the DeKalb, county jail on a DUI charge just time she's in jail in connection, with an incident where police say, she tried to pull her pickup out of, a ditch with a skid steer. Loader forty eight year old Jedi Strub has been charged with two counts, of aggravated DUI the DeKalb daily chronicle reports that if convicted. Of that she could face three to seven years in prison she has pleaded not guilty to another DUI case, in connection with an April incident Dave.

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WBBM Newsradio

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"daily chronicle" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Areas of fog below seventy later. Today clouds sunshine hot humid. With showers or thunderstorms that'll be in the afternoon those storms could. Be. Veer with. German djing winds and torrential downpours a high about ninety. Cloudy denies with heavy thunder Storms muggy low seventy six seventy three O'Hare seventy six at, midway seventy seven at the, lakefront displays at seventy degrees again warm and muggy this morning some patchy clouds. Some areas of fog the low about seventy Schaumburg, plays trying, to correct the record we have that next WBZ news time three twenty my grandfather served in World War Two spending time with him where the, best memories of my life I became a physician at VA because of my grandfather, so I, can help others like him I. Can't imagine working with better. Doctors or more dedicated staff I'm fulfilling my life's mission with the help of my team. And thanks to these veterans I'm proud to be a doctorate VA proud to honor my grandfather every day Search VA careers to find out more WBZ news. Time three twenty one our top story this hour flags have been lowered half staff in Washington and in Arizona where Senator John McCain. Has died at the age of eighty one much more on. This story coming, up at three thirty one Schaumburg police say social media Poche about an alleged incident. At would feel mall are largely incorrect the story that's making the rounds on social media says a twenty two year old woman was approached by a stranger and Woodfield mall who blow a substance onto her ear. And neck making her dizzy and lightheaded some users began speculating that the attacker or. Attackers used a drug called devil's breath it's a white powder from Columbia that can lead to hallucinations. Nesia and a lack of free will John Berg police tell the daily herald that the story that's making the rounds. On local Facebook pages is largely misleading. A man did, blow on a woman the. Woman says the man didn't touch her, a substance wasn't blown on her And. She didn't lose consciousness right now police say there's no evidence of criminal activity rob heart NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. Sycamore woman with four convictions for DUI is in the DeKalb. County jail on, another DUI charge time she's in jail in connection with an incident where police say. She tried to pull her pickup out of a ditch with a skid steer loader eight-year-old Jedi Strub has been charged with two counts of aggravated DUI the DeKalb daily chronicle reports that if convicted of that she. Could face three to seven years in prison she has pleaded not guilty to another. DUI case in connection with an April incident Dave Marseille NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. May be considered the most endangered animal in the world and the Brookefield Jews trying to care for it and save. It it's called a Pringle on a. Mammal that is, a body covered with horny. Overlapping scales and long it's now This sticky tongue to, catch ants and termites you people know. Of it but the Brookfield zoo is trying to change that it's obscurity is. Making a, harder work in trying to save it from extinction the Tribune says the Chicago zoological society is hosting the first. International symposium on pangolin care and conservation participants are coming from, Asia and Africa zoos and research is a Touche's across America scores pangolins are poached every year for medicine meat leather jewelry even male variety Alexis. The debate centers around whether zoo should be snatching up pangolins from the wild to breed them they burn NewsRadio, one zero five point nine FM Gary has released a final accounting of the city's. EMS fund that officials apparently into. In order to cover payroll and other expenses the northwest Indiana times reports Gary's jeopardy controller Michelle Roby was terminated on may twenty ninth on her. Former boss is seventeen thousand dollar consulting contract was terminated may fourteenth in connection with misuse of funds. After mill Millions of dollars were transferred from the EMS account to. Pay for things the money was not meant to cover more than eight million dollars taken from the EMS fond and transferred to other accounts. The, report makes several recommendations to strengthen internal. Controls. To make sure this doesn't happen again, I, look at, business news in. Just, a moment the WBZ news time three twenty four you wanted to see me yes please have. A seat so here's the, thing when, this company, brought you on we took a chance on you you didn't have that four year college degree we typically look for right but. We gave you a shot, anyway and. Since then you've worked incredibly hard and given it your all. Thanks you've been an important asset to the team but I don't think you can.

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WBBM Newsradio

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"daily chronicle" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Show accepting, boats, motorcycles RV's and real estate donations eighteen year old man died yesterday after he was hit by a bus in. Chicago heights Arlen Bradley of, cedar lake Indiana was struck at one at one seventy one east. Twelfth street he died at Saint James hospital in. Chicago heights more information on this accident is not. Yet available a sycamore woman with four convictions for DUI is in the DeKalb county jail on another. DUI charge. This time she's in jail in connection with an incident where, police say she tried to pull her pickup out of a ditch with a skid steer loader forty eight. Year old Jedi Strub has been charged with two counts. Of aggravated DUI the DeKalb daily chronicle reports that if convicted of that she could face three to seven years. In prison she has pleaded not guilty to another DUI case in connection with an. April incident Dave Marquette NewsRadio on, one zero, five point nine Nine FM, Schanberg police say social media posts about an. Alleged incident at Woodfield, mall are largely incorrect the story that's making the rounds on social media says a twenty two, year, old woman was approached by a stranger at Woodfield mall who blow a substance onto her ear and neck making. Her dizzy and lightheaded some, users began speculating that the attacker or attackers used a drug at. Called devil's breath it's a white powder from Columbia. That can lead to hallucinations nesia and a lack. Of free will John police tell the daily herald at the story that's making the rounds on local. Facebook pages. Is largely misleading a man did blow on a woman the, woman says the man didn't touch her a substance wasn't blown on her and she didn't lose consciousness right. Now police say there's no evidence of criminal activity rob. Heart NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM three men have been charged with a pair of robberies took. Place Friday morning in the Lakeview neighborhood on the north side the three are eighteen. Nineteen twenty two years old are. All from the South shore. Neighborhood police say they sold property and cash from somebody in the nine. Hundred block of west Belmont and from a. Second person in the thirty two. Hundred block of north olmstead Accu weather and sports next the.

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WBAP 820AM

08:36 min | 2 years ago

"daily chronicle" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"To documents dangerous filed last week charging documents last week Rudolfo. Milan cold Doron jumped to his death from the second, floor of the detention center in bozeman Montana on Sunday morning the bozeman daily chronicle reported sheriff Bryan Gook can says forty eight year old redo foam Rodolfo Milan called her. Own was. Let out of? His cell what about six thirty AM Sunday for breakfast he walked to the second level of the facility and jumped headfirst onto the floor below cascade county prosecutors alleged in court documents that Milan called her own and his family had been residents of great falls since July of two thousand sixteen and were in the United, States illegally from Mexico According to charging documents a fifteen year old girl had recently disclosed to her counselor and law enforcement that Milan called. Her own had raped her on several different. Occasions over, the course of two years most recently in June they girls little sister disclosed that he had sexually abused her, without going any further details as. Back as as far back as two thousand. Thirteen the. Democrats are on the side of the guy that jumped I'm. On the side of the little girls the. Democrats are on the side of the guy in the country illegally they don't believe we should have. Any vetting any and a process regarding other just walk, in whoever can walk across the desert can come in and then have what you want the Democrats have a gift basket for you A second story this one out of Florida ice files detain her against. Man suspected of shooting Fort Myers police officer US immigration and. Customs enforcement agency filed a dip -tainer against. The man suspected of shooting at Fort Myers police a Fort Myers police. Officer in the head on Saturday night Fort Myers police officer Adam jobbers Miller remains in Lima Memorial Hospital in critical but stable condition after he was shot in the head responding. To a call near the marathon service station At Flint driving Martin Luther King junior boulevard See Chris rock for comments on that Tommy Spicer spokesman for ice central and northern Florida confirmed Tuesday that is, had placed to detain her on shooting suspect Windsor desma who the agency listed as a Haitian national and immigration detainers told US Vice department of homeland security officials to identify individuals who could be deported, that are held in jails or. Prisons nationwide Haitian illegal alien in the country Illegally protected by the. Democrats shooting a police officer in the. Head the Democrats are on his side as we, know how they love cop killer day will they, love cop killers far they wish but the CNN host guy in college professor who wished a. Happy happy birthday to JoAnne Chesimard whatever Asada shit couture the cop killer fugitive Democrats just. Love them they love him the Toronto. Shooting rampage on Sunday night new details emerge about gunmen Faisal Hussein turns out that law enforcement sources tell CBS news, not that they're playing the story up that Pfizer sane visited Islamic state and the ISIS websites and may have expressed support for the terrorist group they were looking into whether Hussein may have lived at one time in Afghanistan and pasta Pakistan. The sources said he murdered a young woman and a little girl and wounded twelve others or thirteen others the family said oh he'd been. Dealing with psychosis and depression for, years and the, news media just takes whatever the family says and they say oh well see. The family says do they check do they see whether any records of this have, they looked at the legal status, of this, individual no they don't do that because they like to separate the, acts of radical Islam from, radical Islam itself and now as of this morning ISIS the Islamic. State is taking. Credit for the guy and for the. Attack if you can call it taking. Credit but they do all right with that said, let's go to let me do I want to, do one more before we got a Yoko and we have plenty of audio President Trump from. Yesterday and it's fun stuff this story just beats the bad you know they they were Eating the what, were, the, anti-delors armadillos armadillos ant-eaters, and they were? Eating the flamingos in Venezuela starting two years? Ago because Venezuela which was while rich gold rich rolling? In, cash before you shove as took over and now nNcholas Maduro whose Saddam Hussein body double took over. The country and they destroyed the, place, and last year the average Venezuelan lost more than twenty pounds the year. Before the average Venezuelan lost nineteen pounds, now catch a whiff of this Venezuela's inflation, rate the Washington Post doctor evils. Press release in the hard copy of the paper it's buried deep in the pages of the Washington Post Venezuela's inflation rate may hit one. Million percent yes one million that's, actually the headline, with the S. one million when the International Monetary Fund predicted this year that hyper inflation and Venezuela could top thirteen thousand per cent I reported that at the time it seemed as if the South American countries economic outlook could not get any worse it just did the situation in. The country is tyranny faster than expected the IMF has unveiled a far more severe prognosis saying that. Venezuela's hyper inflation, is poised to reach an annualized rate of one million percent by the end of the year. That inflation rate is set to catapult socialist Venezuela, they wrote socialist how about, that they use the word socialists in the Washington. Post this is a red letter day as it were socialist. Venezuela into a rogue's gallery of nations. That, have suffered. The worst inflation rates in history Venezuela is one of the most severe hyperinflation. Situations we've known about since the beginning of the twentieth century said Robert Wrenn, heck deputy director of the IMF western. Hemisphere department according to a study professor of applied economics at Johns Hopkins. Steve Hanky said Venezuela's inflationary spiral as may as of may ranked as the twenty third highest ever recorded twenty two countries had it worse. Than this the worst case on, file remains hungry after World War Two why communists. Communist came in. When inflation ran? So rampant that prices doubled every fifteen hours every. Fifteen hours more recently Zimbabwe socialists because of the socialists there because of Robert Mugabe used to be Rhodesia Zimbabwe then they completely destroyed the place That was one of the richest countries in, Africa now they're starving to death What's the Gordon. Gecko line the world is a banquet most poor. Suckers are starving to death Zimbabwe in the late two thousands and the former Yugoslavia in the mid nineteen ninety saw pigs. Requiring calculators to sort out the snow balling rates also. In according to this Washington Post piece and that was because of Tito the Soviet Union oppression and then of course they had the civil war in the nineteen ninety. S I dropped in and? Out of there a few. Times myself bartering is Venezuela's new currency K. everybody loves Yoko Ono right nobody.

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01:37 min | 2 years ago

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"The radio dot com app newsradio seven eighty and one point nine fm a short police chase from nike town in the street or ville neighborhood to northwestern memorial hospital and then a brief arrest caused drama and concerned yesterday afternoon and put the hospital staff on high alert chicago police say an anonymous caller said a woman had been robbed in front of nike town on michigan avenue and when officer showed up they say they tried to question some people standing in front of the store but they ran twenty nine year old george williams was arrested outside more western held in a police van then freed we talked to him right after he was released from the van because the black man they grab my wrist is hurt i'm sweating my clothes sweated out i hear people looking at me like i was a criminal and i wasn't doing things i was mad at my police grammy at police say they didn't find the victim on the scene and officers left steve miller news radio on one or five point nine fm bond's been reduced for an aurora man charged in a hit and run that killed in us we go high school softball coach last month on four thirty eight year old nehemiah williams was originally set at one million dollars but a kendall county judge has agreed to reduce it to one hundred fifty thousand dollars noting that law requires the amount to not be oppressive police say williams was behind the wheel of an suv that fatally struck twenty six year old amanda stanton in all suite hotel ship the dekalb daily chronicle reports he's charged with reckless homicide and driving with a suspended license and at the time of the crash was on bond.

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01:41 min | 2 years ago

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"An hour traveled to block south before being found bob roberts news radio on one point nine f al some drama in streator ville a short police chase from nike town in northwestern memorial hospital and then a brief arrest chicago police say an anonymous caller said a woman had been robbed in front of nike town on michigan avenue an officer showed up they say they tried to question some people standing in front of the store but they ran twenty nine year old george williams was arrested outside more western held in a police van den free we talked to him right after he was released from the van because the black man they grab my wrist is hurt i'm sweating my clothes out people looking at me like i was a criminal and i wasn't doing things i was like how to police grammy at police say they didn't find the victim on the scene officers left steve miller news radio on one or five point nine fm bond has been reduced for an aurora man charms and a hit and run that killed on us we go high school softball coach last month bond for thirty eight year old nehemiah williams was originally set at one million dollars but a kendall county judge has agreed to reduce it to one hundred fifty thousand dollars noting that law requires the amount to not be oppressive police say williams was behind the wheel of an suv that fatally struck twenty six year old amanda stanton we go township dekalb daily chronicle reports he's charged with reckless homicide and driving with a suspended license and at the time of the crash was on bond for a pending dui case andy dane news radio on one zero five point nine fm attorneys for.

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01:58 min | 2 years ago

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"The us attorney's office several store windows were broken and a parked limo was set on fire during the protests mike rossier washington man released on parole for armed robbery less than two months ago is now charged with firing on police during a foot chase near his home in north austin wbz m's bob roberts report is forty four year old suspect tie sean terry have been released on parole may twenty fourth from the western illinois correctional center in mount sterling he was supposed to be wearing an electronic bracelet early wednesday and live surveillance video feed of the nine hundred block of north massa soit allegedly showed kerry drawing a gun from his waistband twice officers were dispatched on ford and when they yelled police terry allegedly fired on them gunshot smith's patera was caught and charged with three council attempted murder veil was denied bob roberts newsradio on one zero five point nine fm bond has been reduced foreign aurora man charged in a hit and run killing on us we go high school softball coach last month here's andy john for thirty eight year old nehemiah williams was originally set at one million dollars but a kendall county judge has agreed to reduce it to one hundred fifty thousand dollars noting that law requires the amount to not be oppressive police say williams was behind the wheel of an suv that fatally struck twenty six year old amanda stanton suite hotel ship the dekalb daily chronicle reports he's charged with reckless homicide and driving with a suspended license and at the time of the crash was on bond for a pending do you why case andy day newsradio one point nine fm and the government's latest jobs report shows hiring continued at a brisk pace in june the labor department reports us employers added two hundred thirteen thousand jobs in june at the same time the unemployment rate crept back up to four percent as more people began looking for work sectors gaining jobs in june included professional and business services manufacturing and healthcare while retail jobs.

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01:59 min | 2 years ago

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"Newsradio on one zero five point nine fm police have been opposed to tomorrow's peace march of the dan ryan because of safety concerns mayor emanuel's book out today and supported the march saying protesters should be allowed on the expressway because they're going to be talking about antiviolence thing about this they're going to raise an awareness that's important if we're going to also make progress in making sure that our streets are safe state police have jurisdiction in the ryan chicago police will be on the periphery of the march for crowd control and traffic control and if you hundred officers will be brought in for overtime the unbound lane to the ryan between seventy ninth and market road sixty seven hundred expect you to close about ten am tomorrow indiana's embattled attorney general says he will not resign despite allegations of inappropriate conduct one lawmaker in three legislative aides say they were groped by indiana attorney general curtis hill the republican says he will stay on as lawmakers from both sides of the aisle call on him to step down hill is a former elkhart county prosecutor he says he's being falsely accused of some of the same crimes he spent decades prosecuting he wants the marion county prosecutor to look into the allegations hill does not believe an investigation by the indiana inspector general's office would be fair or independent rob heart newsradio on one zero five point nine fm bond has been reduced for at aurora man charged in a hit and run that you'll we high school softball coach last month on four thirty eight year old nehemiah williams was originally set at one million dollars but a kendall county judge has agreed to reduce it to one hundred fifty thousand dollars noting that law requires the amount to not be oppressive police say williams was behind the wheel of an suv that fatally struck old amanda stanton in all sweet township dekalb daily chronicle reports he's charged with reckless homicide and driving with a suspended license and at the time of the crash was on bond for a pending dui case andy day newsradio one zero five point nine fm recordsetting.

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02:12 min | 2 years ago

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"Footballs in trouble and for a lot of different reasons but the fact that there's sexual assaults that follow the game by just shows you the preponderance of alcohol in the hands of people who bad problems anyway i mean just look at the players half the freaking guys on the field have a rap sheet in the pros yup i mean to me it's like you know and this is out of montana the bozeman daily chronicle the ones reporting the story but it's actually not them that did the the the study but there's something about where we are as a country with football and and everything else i don't see it surviving this mostly what you see mark rippin the quarterback that did you see this prime the quarterback who took the redskins to the super bowl i had this on inside the beltway dot com you can check it out the story and it's it's it's really sad he says he has dark days he took a hundred and fifty pills can drink vodka and his wife found him and she had to force hydrogen peroxide dentists throat to make him throw it up to stay alive because of his c t he says at one point she attacked him and he couldn't even remember being that entire day i mean and he was he was a football player played his whole life and now he's saying i wish i'd done swimming or volleyball or something other than football these guys are going through this i mean i knew junior say i'm not not to call them up and hang out with him but he was a linebacker for the san diego chargers who shot himself like dave duerksen in the chest because he wanted his head examined he knew something was wrong montana state university economics professor found game days are associated with twenty eight percent increase of rape of college age women focused ninety six us colleges and university division one football programs if found rape reports in the vicinity of those colleges surged forty one percent of average on the day of football games while reports of rape increased fifteen percent when they're away games so when they're at home and they finished they go out that's it goes to show you the perfect example that rape is about power and access and not about sex i mean they're drunk.

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01:54 min | 3 years ago

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"Washington man wrongfully convicted in 2012 of the 1950s seven kidnapping and killing of a sevenyearold girl has settled his lawsuit against in illinois city the daily chronicle reporting sycamore city manager brian gregory jana city has agreed to pay jack mccall it three hundred fifty thousand dollars to and claims against sycamore and its officers a dekalb county judge this year declaring mccall of innocent in maria riddles killing mccall of still has a suit pending against defendants in illinois and in washington police say a woman who was hit by a bus in downtown seattle friday night seattle police department says on twitter the woman which hit in an area fourth avenue south and south main street that's an international district is listed in life threatening injuries and outspoken critic of a proposed oil by rail terminal in vancouver wanna port commissioner race that may shape the projects sure chris green who was backed by the project developers conceded the election late thursday night to his opponent don orange two bodies found in a forest the park in portland have been identified as a missing 15yearold girl and a 23yearold man who were the subject of a sexual abuse investigation involving the girl the bodies of aneka vaughn and zachary peterson were found wednesday off a trail in a steep section of forest park authorities saying peterson shot vaughn and then killed himself vaughan ran away october 30th and peterson went missing the same day after calling a crisis line this is mark christopher and jet paul july and you're listening to komo news comedian louise c k has been scrapped from an upcoming movie ends these losing a lot of work wi well he has admitted to unwanted sexual advances in lewd conduct after a number of women have come forward against the comedian joining us now is abc's jason nathanson entertainment correspondent out of los angeles and the all of this first appeared in the new york times it's a very salient details that we won't repeat on the air seems.

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