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"dimitrius cook" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:14 min | Last month

"dimitrius cook" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Six zero one six six three again. One eight hundred. Four six zero sixteen sixty three a man was shot dead by police north of chicago after authorities say he killed three people and wounded four others on saturday in a series of apparently random shootings that led to the altercation with police in nearby. Evanston this witness tells wgn tv. He got times. Say forty. Times is pretty much what i heard. Police say thirty two year old jason nightingale shot at university of chicago student in the head while sitting in his car walkie apartment building where shot a security guard in a resident getting her mail then stole a car killed. One wounded another at a convenience store and shot a passenger in a vehicle. Police say nightingale shot at them from the back of the store. Got away and drove ten miles. Oreo opened fire inside a pharmacy and said he was robbing it before going across the street to a restaurant in shooting another person evanston police dimitrius cook but was an exchange of gunfire. I'm not sure who i. But it was a response to violence that he perpetrated it in. The woman was also shot. Dead by police in longdale illinois this is. Usa radio news. are you tired of high cable. Tv rates sign up for dish today and get a five hundred dollar bonus offer while supplies last plus lock in your price for two years. Guaranteed call all american dish. Your dish authorized retailer now. Eight hundred six one zero five seven three nine eight hundred six one zero five seven three nine. That's eight hundred six one. Oh fifty seven thirty. Nine offers required vocation twenty four months amendment fee auto frictions apply call for details house. Democrats say they'll bring an article of impeachment against president trump to the floor of the house of representatives as soon as monday and while calls grow for the president to be removed from office. Not everybody is on board. The article being accused the president of fomenting the unrest that led to wednesday's breach of the capitol building more than one hundred eighty representatives. All of them democrats have signed on and support. Senator pat toomey doesn't see a reason to proceed with the impeachment process. Pennsylvania republican tells fox news that while he thinks the president's behavior warrants the effort and impeachment wouldn't be prudent. I have to say. I do think the president's behavior This week does disqualify him from serving. But we've got ten days left eleven days left. He's not going to be serving after that time. We'll have a new president. I don't know whether logistically it's actually even really possible or practical. And i'm not sure it's desirable to attempt to force him out. What a day or two or three prior to the day on which. He's going to be finished anyway. So i i'm not clear. That's the best Path forward from the usa. Radio news ohio bureau. I'm dan iraqi. Spain has seen its most snow in fifty years of blizzard blanketed much of the country causing at least four gadston stranding thousands in their cars at train stations and airports which suspended service over fifteen hundred. People were rescued from their cars. More than twenty inches of snow fell in the capital of madrid. Now is great. Time to replace your worn out windows during the renewal by anderson twenty five year savings event upgrade. Your home today. Buy four windows and get one free. Plus twelve months with no interest. No money down. No payments call. Now get four windows and get one free installation and warranty included renewal by anderson takes every cdc recommended safety precaution to protect your family for twenty five years. People have trusted us for their window. Replacement needs and you can too call now to learn about our by for the fifth one free wonder replacement offer eight hundred four one. Three six nine nine two eight hundred four one three six nine nine two eight hundred four one three six nine nine two. That's eight hundred. Four one three sixty nine ninety two interest accrues from date of purchase paid in full within tall months. We've adjusted our operations to serve you safely following all. Cdc guidelines is.

"dimitrius cook" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:10 min | 2 months ago

"dimitrius cook" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Eastbound chain Adams at about another 10 minutes onto your drive in the South Bound Dan Ryan accident. You're spending an extra half hour on the road. Evanston Police shot and killed a suspect Saturday night at the border with Chicago after the suspect shot and critically wounded a female hostage. Evanston police chief Dimitrius Cook was an exchange of gunfire. I'm not sure who fired first. But it was in response to violence that he perpetrated in our time Police. A 32 year old chasing Nightingale had a gun inside of CVS store at the corner of Howard in western Police chased Nightingale into an IHOP restaurant across the street. That's where police say Nightingale took a woman hostage. He shot the woman then ran across the street to a strip mall on the Chicago side of the intersection. Where he got into that shootout with police. The woman is in critical condition at Evanston Hospital, Then police say that Nightingale is believed to have killed a security guard in the Hyde Park earlier Saturday, killing one woman and injuring another Chicago police say the women were shot in the 4900 block of South East and Avenue in the camera neighborhood around 2 40 in the afternoon. They say a male suspect, enter the vest of Hewlett of an apartment building and asked to use the phone before opening fire. One of the women is in critical condition at University of Chicago. Hospital with a gunshot wound to the head. The other one was pronounced dead after being shot in the chest gave Salgado WGN police involved shooting insured one person on the city's west side. That incident happened near the intersection of West 15th and South Car love. W. Chan's Brana Tumulty reports from the scene. All of this happened around 3 30 this afternoon. The intersection Ah, 1500 South Carroll of Street were where it all happened. We understand One person was hurt in all of this at last check. He is said to be in critical condition in the hospital. Civilian Office of Police Accountability now investigating that shooting some Chicago area restaurant owners facing backlash for going toe. Washington to rally for president Trump, owners of several restaurants posted pictures of themselves heading to the nation's capital. Since then, many of their establishments have been negatively reviewed online and some have been threatened. Owners of tank Noodle and Uptown told WGN quote. Some of our family members flew to D C to participate peacefully in the rally on the Ellipse and left soon after it concluded the There's then called the actions at the Capitol. Disgraceful. Don Cleaven. WGN News is pushing back against big changes coming to law enforcement in Illinois heads. The police unions and sheriff's departments around the state warn if state lawmakers and qualified immunity or make other changes to weaken their union powers. We could see a wave of police walk off the job. Ogle County Sheriff Brian Van vehicle is among them. There's no doubt that there will be mass resignations heard from other sheriffs. I had one call me last night and asked the exact same question and said that if it does pass, they'll be 80 officers that leave That's probably out of about a 90 officer department. You know what? What do you do when that happens? What happens to the pension fund? When that happens, Band Bickle says that officers would rather walk way instead of staying on the job and taking on new financial or physical risks. No, no. My House Republicans want to redraw.

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"dimitrius cook" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:51 min | 2 months ago

"dimitrius cook" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Wear following breaking news Right now. What appears to be a deadly shooting spree across the city of Chicago News Asian reporter brought into multi is live in Evanston, which is about 20 miles north of the city, Brana. Good evening, guys yet is an absolutely unbelievable scene here Tonight. I'm standing at the intersection of Asbury and Harold, which is right on the Evanston Chicago border. And as you can see right behind me here, lots of police on scene. Lots of police tape up, and I'll explain why all of this scene we started sometime this afternoon in the city of Chicago itself, just before three o'clock. That's when reports came in of two women shot in the 4900 block of South East and and one of those women Did pass away. The second is believed to be in critical condition tonight in the hospital. Shortly after that, a man was shot and killed in a carriage nearest 50th and east and also in the city of Chicago. Our sources are telling us tonight. The shooter may have been responsible for other shootings in the city before reaching the border here with Evanston. That brings us to what happened here at this intersection. We're told by the police chief Dimitrius cook, But just after half five this evening, police got a call about a man possibly firing shots inside of the CVS pharmacy here. And then he seemed he ran across the street to the IHOP. He said. That is where he took a woman hostage and shot her. We're told he then ran out into the street on was confronted by officers from both Evanston on Chicago police departments. And following that we understand there was a shootout in the dollar General Care Park here. One witness describing hearing what sounded like 40 shots fired now. Another witness described seeing an ambulance pull up. Havinsome. Please just had a press conference here. They told us that that woman is believed to be in critical condition tonight. The woman who was taken hostage, the suspect in all this was brought to a local hospitals in Francis. He has been pronounced dead since then. Since all of this unfolded, the police chief did decline to give his age or to me and the suspect, but most importantly, that threat to the public has been diminished night its way we're told that everything is secure at the moment. If we do get any further updates on this, we will, Of course, bring them to you guys online last night in Evanston for news nation run intimacy. All right. They're gonna keep you updated on that. Meanwhile, we are tracking a winter storm getting ready to take shape tracking across Texas and into parts of the deep South. Now, this is not completely on com unnecessarily. But this is not something they're easily prepared for in these areas. Compared to say, the Midwest Northwest Northeast. Take a look. There it is across Just beginning across parts of Colorado in New Mexico. We're going to see some regeneration here, and it's going to really start chugging along. So this is the beginnings of it. As you see winter storm warnings already posted out there, but they're going to continue. C Winter storm warning till six PM for parts of West Texas, including Lovett, Midland, and once you get over here toward Avellino, Waco that gets extended until Monday morning. And we likely will see winter Storm warnings get posted right now their winter storm watches, including northern Louisiana, So Shreveport in these places are not as well prepared for this kind of weather. But It's going to be pretty messy. And it is going to definitely cause some impacts will go over snow potential snow totals coming up in just a bit. Now we're gonna look beyond this Winter Storm. After that we're likely going to see another big drop in temperatures coming across the Midwest. Great legs. The first one is likely going arrive sometime. Next weekend. So here it is, with the colors that you're seeing right here that single digits and teens, teens and twenties will be in sort of that teal color, And that is just one. Where is some potentially could see another blast behind this one as a move into the middle part off the following you we hear that again. January 20th. We could see again a couple more arctic blasts coming. We'll take a look at some potential numbers for that as well coming out. 01 more thing I want to say we're might have as well a celebrity guest coming on with me to do the weather a little bit, So don't miss that. Tonight.

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"dimitrius cook" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:34 min | 4 months ago

"dimitrius cook" Discussed on WGN Radio

"O'clock. Good morning. I'm James Sears. The news is sponsored by news Nation. A police involved shooting in the south suburbs and President Trump says he might fire Dr Fauci. First LBJ in traffic. It looks like the tristate totally that accidents reported. Last hour has been cleared. North bound near Oakton, seeing right now in Lyle and excellent reported at Naperville Road at Warrenville Road. Everything else is looking good out. There aren't area expressways and hallways. Illinois State police investigating the circumstances that led to a police involved shooting in South suburban Dalton Saturday night. Police allege the 19 year old catalyst, Dodie pointed a gun at them when they opened fire. But he was taken to Christ Hospital with multiple gunshot wounds. Community activist and Dalton trustee Andrew Holmes hopes for a transparent process Now if he draw that weapon. And pointed it at that officer. I hope 100%. It's one video camera. In addition to police body cameras, a cellphone camera also called the incident in that video woman can be heard telling officers that Dodie was unarmed, but his mother also says her son did not have a gun. Protest over police funding that began on Northwestern University's campus spilled over into downtown Evanston, resulting in a clash with local police. Evanston police used pepper spray and demonstrators after bricks and other objects were thrown it authorities has happened overnight. Saturday. Police chief Dimitrius Cook We allowed them to do a peaceful assembly on we would have let it ride until they turn to violence with brakes, batteries. Some of officers, a student.

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Hundreds Of Northwestern Students Protest In Evanston, Clash With Police, Chicago

WGN Programming

00:45 sec | 4 months ago

Hundreds Of Northwestern Students Protest In Evanston, Clash With Police, Chicago

"Clashing clashing with with police police as as protests protests grew grew violent violent in in Evanston, Evanston, protesters protesters calling calling for for the the removal removal of of Northwestern Northwestern University's University's private private police police force. Police, a group of students and some outside groups walk through the streets, sprang graffiti breaking windows and shooting explosives at officers. Evanston police Chief Dimitrius Cook, We allowed them to do a peaceful assembly. On. We would have let it ride until they turn to violence with brakes, battery some of our shields. So after that it was time to, uh, send a message that we're not gonna let people just coming in and tap city of several officers were injured in those demonstrations.

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"dimitrius cook" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:39 min | 7 months ago

"dimitrius cook" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"That day. Excuse me that raised some very serious public safety concerns. I didn't want to wait like foot says her office received some intelligence prior to the removal, but declined to elaborate. Evanston's mayor, police you for talking about the department's use of force policy during it online discussion this Evanston leaders review The eight can't waits reforms proposed for police departments across the country, with Mayor Steve Haggerty asking police chief Dimitrius Cook about the department status during a Facebook live in the city of Evanston. You are officers Use. Joe called the stranglehold. Uh, hold is banned in our general orders. They've been banned in their residents who chimed in, noted the move that killed George Floyd was banned What happened anyway? Chris Burbank, with the center for Policing Equity points to Floyd's death as an example of how body cameras don't solve all policing problems. Officer knew very well that he was being recorded. And so these are the types of things. Yes, they're very good tools, but they're just one of the things that we need to use to change the outcome of police. Nancy Hardy NewsRadio 105.9 FM double DVD of news time, 7 34 Massachusetts biotech company Madonna has launched Phase three of its Corona virus vaccine trial today. Study participant, Melissa Harding, So she's happy to be part of the study. We've never really seen anything like this. And to be able Teo be part of, you know, hopefully finding a vaccine for is huge. Madonna trial is enrolling 30,000 people in the United States forces out to get Children to the doctor, a head of the new school year. Pediatricians say it's time to get wellness checks and required school shots..

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"dimitrius cook" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

04:07 min | 7 months ago

"dimitrius cook" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"State troopers look for the person who shot and critically wounded an infant. On the Bishop Ford Expressway is in one North Shore Silver Talk about policing in the wake of the city's first murders of the YOU and members of Congress gathered to pay tribute to a colleague, civil rights legend John Lewis. MARKETWATCH today Down with a plus side of 115. Check up 1 73 The S and P F 24 clear Skies tonight alot of 69 warm tomorrow but low humidity with a high of 87. Right now we've got 85 degrees at O'Hare, 85 Lakefront, 82 Kankakee and 84 in Joliet, as the News Watch continues at 5 31 after a weekend of slightly less violence in recent weeks, Chicago police tenets David Round announced the formation of new teams of officers that he hopes will continue the progress of the PM's political editor. Correct. More as this story. Police Superintendent David Brown says No one is satisfied with the number of shootings and murders in Chicago's neighborhoods this past weekend, but there were fewer and he says the city's new community safety team and the critical incident response team We're both in operation, he repeatedly stressed at the 300 member roving safety team is not a mobile strike force as in the past and now discredited concept. Here, he says. Community policing his first until you know the community. You can't very well protected community. That you'll be stopping the wrong people. The hardworking people who have called for you to help you be stopping them and and writing them tickets and doing the things that would do just the opposite of what we are called to do, which is serve the community. The other team, called Search is focused on downtown and big events, but will also move the hot spots when needed. Craig Della More news Radio, 105.9 FM. The city of Evanston had gone the entire year without a single murder. But in the last week, police have responded to three. The police chief blames a cycle of retaliation between rival gangs, and today, the city's mayor quizzed him about how his officers operate in the field. Much of the Facebook live was about body cameras worn by police. But Evanston Mayor Steve Haggerty asked about residents filming There's a bystander. May I film the police? Um, you know, interaction with somebody chief Dimitrius, Cook says that's allowed unless it becomes a problem. Is with a person film in't gets in the way of what is actually going on and it could be turned at that person is interfering. Or jeopardizing the safety of officers and Evanston Man was charged with disorderly conduct and disobeying the police in May after videotaping officers stopping to people after they left his home. Trent Hunt has filed an excessive force complaint against the department. Nancy Hardy NewsRadio 105.9 FM, Unless you're police have made no arrests in connection with an infant who was shot and wounded while riding in a car this morning in the Bishop Ford Expressway. Trooper said. The car was heading inbound your hooded fifth around 11 15 with the driver had a gunshot. And then so the job was hurt. Trauma doctors in out tending to the child Mayor Laurie Life of says the city will soon add another state to Chicago's Corona virus Travel warning. We're also seeing an increase in states around us. Is constant, for example, is going to go on our quarantine list later this week. We'll who spend more than one day in Wisconsin will soon be required to self quarantine for 14 days Upon entering the city of Chicago, Wisconsin will become a 19 state from which travelers are being told to self quarantine due to concerns over there. Hi Corona virus case rates The Blackhawks plant hosted Drivin Watch Party of parties when the team begins a playoff run on Saturday. The Blackhawks drivin watch parties are planned for August 1st 3rd and fifth in the parking lot of Schomburg Boomer Stadium. Chickens are 40 or $80 depending how close you want your vehicle to be to the 36 foot by 20 foot video screen. The Blackhawks say Jim Cornelison will be singing The Star Spangled Banner live there. And Blackhawks announcer Jean Honda will also take part. Vehicles are to be physically distant. And while no Harvey's or motorcycles are allowed, you are allowed to watch from the bed of a pickup truck, as well as to bring folding chairs to set up next to.

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"dimitrius cook" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

03:36 min | 7 months ago

"dimitrius cook" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Lanes of traffic Report. 3 58 news ready of 7 81 of 5.9 FM. Thank you for the forecast today. A high today of 85 a chance for maybe shower Rumble of thunder Tonight, Clear alot 69 degrees 83 of the airports. Morris. It's 82. The lake fraud at 80 degrees and the markets today dialed up 115. Aztec of 1 73 s and P up about 24. Double Good news time. 3 50 Chicago's most trusted stuff for updated news minute by minute news Radio 7 80 whatever, by 800.9 Police in Evanston, say a Dr Revenge among members of rival gangs fueled three deadly shootings in the last week in the most recent one happened yesterday. The deadly shootings were the first in the North Shore suburb all year. Today, Evanson leaders talked about the police forces policy about use of force seven STAN leaders review The eight can't waits reforms proposed for police departments across the country, with Mayor Steve Haggerty asking police chief Dimitrius Cook about the department status during a Facebook live in the city of Evanston. Ur officers use Joe called the stranglehold Uh, hold this band in our general orders. They've been banned in their residents, who chimed in, noted the move that killed George Floyd was banned but happened anyway. Chris Burbank, with the center for Policing Equity points to Floyd's death as an example of how body cameras don't solve all policing problems. Officer knew very well that he was being recorded. And so these are the types of things. Yes, they're very good tools, but they're just one of the things that we need to use to change the outcome of police. Nancy Hardy NewsRadio 105.9 FM in northern Indiana. Construction of a park honoring two teenage girls who were killed in 2017 is making progress. The park His name's for 14 year old Nobody German and 13 year old Abigail Williams, who were attacked while walking on a trail near Dil Hai Delphi. No arrests have been made. A TV show that put host Regis still been on the map is remembering him today, report says on live with Kelly and Ryan that while death is inevitable, they somehow thought Regis Philbin would find a way around it. She and co host Ryan Seacrest say that Philbin sure could spin a tale he could tell a story. Like nobody else He could have you crying in the back of my final report says Philbin will be buried at the University of Notre Dame where he wasn't alone. This Margie Szaroleta An actual best known for starting alongside Bruce Lee, in a popular kung fu movie has died. Oh, no sweat. John Saxon was a versatile actor who appeared in several films in the Nightmare on Elm Street movies, and he was nominated for a Golden Globe award in 1966 for his work with Moreland Brando in the Appaloosa. But for many, his most enduring role was when he called starred in Enter the Dragon. He literally fought its way into the hearts of movie goers as Mr Roper, a martial arts expert who takes on all comers in the movie alongside Loosely and Jim Kelly, the Hollywood reporter, quote Sampson's wife as saying. The actor died at his home in Tennessee on Saturday. He was 83 years old. I'm Oscar Wells Gabriel. Stocks closed higher Will check in with Bloomberg coming up. WCBS NEWS time. 3 52 It's Jamie Progresses Employee of the month, two months in a row, leave a message. Hi, Jamie. It's me, Jamie. I just had a new idea for our song. But the name your price tool. So when it's like, tell us what you want to pay him. Hand trombone goes Bah bah wah and you say we'll be fine Carthage options to fit your budget. Then we just all do. Finger snaps will acquire goes statements coming. Actually saves coming at Judge. Yes. No. Maybe.

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"dimitrius cook" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

03:48 min | 7 months ago

"dimitrius cook" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"And the SNP is up 24 points. Most of the rain is out of here. Still, some falling and some of the South suburbs headed to a high of 85. Right now. It's 82 degrees at 2 31 CBS News Special Report. The body of the late Congressman John Lewis has arrived at the U. S Capitol, where it now lies in state of video of Lewis played during a remembrance with his colleagues sign that said white men. Well, it men white women colored women white, waiting, colored, waiting, come home, and that's my mother, My father, my grandparents, my great grandparents. Why It was the best it is. Don't get in the way don't get in trouble. CBS's Steve Dorsey is at the U. S. Capitol. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell spoke about Lewis's relentless mission as a peacemaker. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi described Lewis as a congressman loved and revered by both sides of the aisle. And both sides of the capital later, Vice President Mike Pence in the second lady will visit Lewis's casket, but the president says he will not know I won't be going. CBS News Special Report on that Piper to 32 news radio. The number of confirmed cases of Corona virus disease in Illinois went down in the last 24 hours. A number of deaths went up. Though the Illinois Department of Public Health says there were around 1200 new cases of covert 19 and 18 additional confirmed deaths. Yesterday, Only one death was reported, and there were over 1500 confirmed cases. The state's positivity rate for the last seven day stands at 3.8%. Governor Pritzker says people should get used to wearing masks for awhile, Governor Pritzker says these mitigation measures will have an end date. That date will likely be sometime in 2021. We're not gonna be ableto take off the mask and About everything we were doing 78 months ago. For a few more months, maybe six plus months. Governor spoken Quincy in Adams County, where numbers have gone up enough toe push that county into a warning level at the Illinois capital, Dave Doll NewsRadio 105.9 FM. More than 150 health care professionals from across the country are urging US leaders to shut back down and start over in the fight against Cove in 19 Northwestern University's Dr Seth Trigger is among them, he tells w. BBM will come, your honor. I love going out, sitting outside having brunch at a restaurant much anybody else But is it really worth that kind of risk that increased spread to sacrifice? You know a lot of people's jobs and livelihood just so that you know, I think it's time for pancakes on the Sunday the group of Experts says the reopening has been too much too fast without meeting key criteria that health experts have laid out to reopen safely. News is sponsored by moment law INJURY attorneys after going more than a year without a murder Evanston Police have their hands full after three people were murdered over four days. First murder was early Thursday morning on Howard Street near the Red Line station. Two men were shot. One of them, 20 year old Brian Carrion of Glenview died. Early Saturday, officials say 21 year old Shawn Turner was killed in the 2200 block of Emerson Street and then yesterday less than a block away from where Turner was killed, 29 year old Andrew Williams was shot to death in the driveway of a home Evanston Police chief Dimitrius Cook says it appears the shootings were all gang related. Burning to avoid NewsRadio one or 5.9. FM President Trump's national security adviser, Robert O'Brien, tested positive for covert 19. Ah White House official tells CBS News. O'Brien has mild symptoms and has been self isolating, and there's no risk of exposure to the president or vice president. CBS News White House correspondent Steve Important, This development is another dose of reality for the West Wing. As Robert O'Brien becomes the.

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"dimitrius cook" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

04:13 min | 7 months ago

"dimitrius cook" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Likely to make Illinois shortage of substitute teachers even worse this school year. W BB EMS Nancy Hardy, with the story. Regional offices of education are responsible for running background checks and training substitute teachers to combat an existing shortfall. The state now allows Those with an associate's degree or 60 hours of college credit to sub on a short term basis. West Cooks director of professional learning, Susie D. Says some of their districts are too swamped with return to school plans to know how many subs they'll need. This year. They're just not ready to go there yet they have so much planning that they're trying to dio get everything situated. That this is something that they're just kind of putting off a little bit for now. Theo offices holding a zoom training for short term substitutes on Wednesday. Nancy Hardy NewsRadio 105.9 FM police in Evan's dinner, looking into three murders in recent days. Evanston police chief Dimitrius Cooks as gang violence appears to be behind murders that took place between Thursday and yesterday afternoon in his city. Tells CBS to the last week here has been abnormal. Yesterday, 29 year old Andrew Williams was gunned down in the driveway of a home in the 19 have her black of heart tree. Early Saturday. Less than a block away, 21 year old Shawn Turner was shot and killed Thursday, 20 year old Brian carrying of Glenview was shot to death in the 300 block of Howard Street near the Red Line station. Chief Cook, says his officers they're doing what they can to stem the violence, but he points out violence is up around the country during the pandemic. Bernie to FOIA. NewsRadio. One or 5.9 25 year old woman is hospitalized after being hit by gunfire while driving on the South side early this morning. Police say they found the woman in the driver's seat of a vehicle along the 2800 block of East Mark Head wrote about 4 30 this morning. Authorities say she'd been shot in the face, arm and body rest of her body. Her condition is not yet known. Chicago Alderman says he's working on an ordinance that would help crackdown on motorcyclists who gather in huge groups and run rampant. They speed, do tricks on their motorcycles and drive recklessly that, according to Alderman Brian Hopkins, who says large groups of bikers are making downtown Chicago, their meeting place on the weekends and creating safety hazards. Alderman Hopkins says trying to catch the bikers is tough because there are so many of them at any given time and giving Chase could mean dangerous crashes and injuries to the biker, pedestrians and police officers, he says. This is all a game to them, but it's reckless and dangerous behavior. In addition to that an estimated 90% of the motorcycles participating in this had illegally modified their exhaust system. To intentionally make a lot more noise than the manufacturer of the motorcycle intended, so they're illegal before they even get on. Alderman Hopkins says. 911 calls from residents have prompted the formation of a special Chicago police motorcycle unit, and he says he is currently crafting an ordinance to address the issue. Jennifer Kipper News Radio. 105.9 BBM News Time. 11 Await traffic and weather together on the eight years Bo Durant with no delays on the Edens Expressway, the the outbound sides of both checking in at the speed limit right now, Cisco, 19 minutes from Lake Cooking the junction back the Kennedy and bound heavy from the Hubbard Street tunnel into the burn interchange 24 minutes from O'Hare. 14 from the junction. Outbound. Kennedy is okay. Eisenhower. No inner outbound issues to report 29 from around 3 90 16 for Mannheim. No Outbound delays. Stevenson inbound. So approaching the Dan Ryan because the ramp to the inbound Ryan's all backed up 32 minutes, 3 55 The Lakeshore Drive 22 in from the Tri state Outbound Stevenson. No problems at the moment. The Dan right, inbound heavy past 35th up to Roosevelt. That's a 26 minute drive from 95th Outbound. Ryan's good 50 seven's All clear. The Bishop Ford to DeLay free drive in Lake Shore Drive is looking good north and South bound. The tri state tollway North bound Heavy pass Willow Road with a multi vehicle crash on the right side, the South bound tri state as slow as you approached, every part, told Plaza from earlier crash, the Jane Adams looking good. The Reagan told me clear on 3 55 53 looking great 80 80 94 I 65 the Indian A toll road, all moving nicely right now. Next traffic report at 11 18 whose radio 78 and one of 5.9 found clouds in Chicago lands from scattered rain as we head to our high of 85 degrees today. Tomorrow. No Rain in the forecast will actually see some sunshine.

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"dimitrius cook" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

03:11 min | 7 months ago

"dimitrius cook" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Folks that want a social distance versus those that don't that's creating little little tips amongst visitors here. Masks could be seen Warner On the beach goers. Park rangers like Waters Rangers, Khun strongly recommend that visitors comply with the guidelines, but they can't actually enforce them. A statewide Indiana mask order goes into effect today. For those lucky lottery players. The Illinois lotteries claim centers reopen today, but you have to make an appointment and wear a mask the center's air open and display NHS, Rockford, Springfield and Downstate Fairview Heights. The claim center at the Thompson Center downtown is still closed. The lottery is accepting no walk ins and still encourages players to send in their claims by mail. If you haven't seen them, you definitely hear them large groups of bikers, revving their engines and punching it to the loop south loop over north and Streeterville neighborhoods to show off for each other Second, Ward Alderman Brian Hopkins tells w. B b M. The motorcycles are a danger to drivers basically an £800 missile att that speed they easily obtained speeds up to 200 miles an hour. That's very dangerous to everyone else on the road, so the police do not pursue them. For that reason on, they know it. Some residents a biker's air, driving on sidewalks and speeding through red lights, Hopkins says he plans to introduce an ordinance to make it easier to impound motorcycles. Police in North suburban Evans dinner investigating three murders that took place over a span of four days after going for more than a year without a homicide. The first murder was early Thursday morning on Howard Street near the Red Line station. Two men were shot. One of them, 20 year old Brian Carrion of Glenview died. Early Saturday, officials say 21 year old Shawn Turner was killed in the 2200 block of Emerson Street and then yesterday less than a block away from where Turner was killed, 29 year old Andrew Williams was shot to death in the driveway of a home Evanston Police chief Dimitrius Cook says it appears the shootings were all gang related. Learning to avoid NewsRadio one or 5.9 FM. It's time to tip our hat and say thank you to the people who make it possible that the editor's desk this morning Zach Weber are writers can co second Helen Marshall, our assistant producer, Patrick Barons, traffic producer. Dan Franklin. Our managing editor is Julie Man Coming up traffic weather low gas prices. And a midday preview. WCBM NEWS time. 9 35 Meet Chuck Now meet Chuck's personal information. Hello, made up of things like account, Loggins Bank info and Chuck Social Security number. Whenever Chuck's shops, banks and browsers online, his info travels all over the World Bulls. You breathe yet exposing it to cyber threats. Well, that's no good. So how is Chuck able to sleep? Because he knows Norton and Lifelock are now part of one company. Norton, 3 60 with Lifelock provides an all in one membership for your cyber safety that gives you device security. Identity theft protection. A VPN for online privacy and more. No one can prevent all cyber crime and identity theft. But Norton, 3 60 with Lifelock is your ally in today's connected world, That's really check. I think.

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"dimitrius cook" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

05:40 min | 7 months ago

"dimitrius cook" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"To weigh in on plans to reopen Chicago Public schools. This is Jennifer Kipper, who is asking America's leaders to shut back down to stop the spread of covert 19 and heated demonstrations were held in several cities over the weekend. Double BBM business. The trading day is now open and the markets are mixed of the opening bell. The Dow is down 15 points. The NASDAQ is up 64. And the S and P 500 is a three active weather says Scattered showers and thunderstorms. South Chicago This morning Ah, high of 85 double TVM NEWS time. 8 31 CBS News Update one of the first large Corona virus vaccine studies. Madonna's has just entered a phase three clinical trial this morning. Officials in South Florida are trying to flatten the curve there. Miami Dade County Mayor Carlos Jimenez on a new site for self administered test. The test will be self administered. With an oral swab so people can remain safe in their cars. It's an easy swap that you will do in your mouth. ESPN says. The Marlins have just canceled their home opener for tonight after eight more major league players into coach's tested positive. CBS is Paula Read in Washington. With word on the new relief bill. Lawmakers do not appear to be close to getting this deal done. But today, Republicans are expected to present their opening offer to Democrats, a long awaited $1 trillion stimulus package and good news. For many Americans. It is expected to include another round of $1200 checks. CBS News update. I'm Deborah Rodri. Yes, I believe you. B M NEWS time. 8 32 this morning at nine o'clock Chicago public schools holds First virtual meeting to hear from parents, students and staff and the community on the CPS. Preliminary framework toe reopen schools this fall. The plan calls for most stones to do a mix of online and in person learning, depending on their grade level and the students learning situation. There are meetings tomorrow and Wednesday in Spanish Thursday and Friday in English all required registration at the CPS website. Corona virus is likely to make the Illinois shortage of substitute teachers even worse this school year. The story from WBNS Nancy Hardy Regional offices of education are responsible for running background checks and training substitute teachers to combat an existing shortfall. The state allows those with an associates degree or 60 hours of college credit to sub on a short term basis. West Cokes, director of professional learning, Susie D. Says some of their school districts are too swamped to see even think about subs. They're just not ready to go there yet they have so much planning that they're trying to dio get everything situated. That this is something that they're just kind of putting off a little bit for now, But the office is ready and he's holding zoom training this week on Wednesday and see Hardy NewsRadio 105.9. FM. More than 150 health professionals have joined with the U. S Public Interest Research Group to call in America's leaders to shut back down. And start over to deal with the spread of Corona virus in many parts of the country. A letter recently sent to the Trump Administration, congressional leadership and state governors calls for resuming stay at home restrictions, increasing testing capacity and ramping up production of personal protective equipment. Those who signed the letter include Doctors from the University of Pennsylvania, Harvard, Brown and Dr Seth, Trigger with Northwestern University tells W. BBM. There are a couple of things that he thinks would be helpful, including mask mandates for being in public, and I think some of the bigger steps like unemployment insurance. The moratorium on addictions seems like that would be really helpful so that people don't have to make tough decisions about putting food on the table or paying for the rent and burst, goingto work and potentially getting thicker, getting other people sick or potentially spreading the pandemic. Further. US. Park says it has been too much too fast without meeting key criteria that health experts have laid out to reopen safely. Jennifer Kipper NewsRadio one over 0.9 FM. There had not been a murder in Evanston and more than a year until the last few days. When there were three Evanston police chief Dimitrius Cooks as gang violence appears to be behind murders that took place between Thursday and yesterday afternoon in his city. Tells CBS to the last week here has been abnormal. Yesterday, 29 year old Andrew Williams was gunned down in the driveway of a home in the 19 have her black of heart tree. Early Saturday. Less than a block away, 21 year old Shawn Turner was shot and killed Thursday, 20 year old Brian carrying of Glenview was shot to death in the 300 block of Howard Street near the Red Line station. Chief Cook, says his officers they're doing what they can to stem the violence, but he points out violence is up around the country during the pandemic. Bernie to FOIA. NewsRadio one or 5.9 protests took a violent turn in several U. S. Cities over the weekend as the demonstrations against racial injustice that began months ago show no signs of letting up in Portland, Oregon, another night of tear gas set off by federal agents outside the courthouse as protesters chanted for them to leave the city. Police say arrests were made. A gun was recovered and someone ended up in the hospital with an unexplained gunshot. In Seattle Police were forced to retreat into a station house in California and Richmond, Virginia. Vehicles were set on fire and in Austin, Texas, on our protester was shot and killed after police say he approached a car that had driven through a demonstration and that driver shot him and authorities in Aurora, Colorado, say someone was shot and wounded after a car drove through a protest there. I'm Julie Walker. If you're among the many now working from home, Ask your smart speaker to play double BBM news radio. For all the latest developments, traffic weather, low gas prices all coming up in 90 seconds..

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"dimitrius cook" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:09 min | 7 months ago

"dimitrius cook" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Road construction after the Stevenson into the circle. The right lane is blocked. Magenta salvo from the IDA traffic center, reminding you to drive responsibly. It really is a matter of life or death. Now the forecast from the W G in Chicago Weather Center here's meteorologist Mike Hammer, neck warm and human conditions on this Monday but not nearly as hot as it was yesterday. Partly to mostly cloudy skies will prevail through much of the day today with a scattered shower to look for a high of 85 degrees west northwest winds of 70 15 A cool front slips south of Chicago tonight. It will be cooler and less humid. Under partly cloudy skies look for a low of 66 degrees 60 and some of the cooler inland suburbs. Tomorrow. Partly cloudy seasonal high 86 Wednesday Partly cloudy chance of showers and storms High 87 Thursday Mostly cloudy chance of showers 79 on Friday mostly sunny with a high of 82. From the top biggie and weather Center. My camera Nick right now in Chicago. Cloudy Sky 77 Eto hair, some light rain now at midway at 76 there in 76 along the lakefront as well. Four kayakers have been rescued from Lake Michigan after going missing last night. WG ends Judy weighing reports from Montrose Harbor Things didn't look really good for several hours this morning, but it turned out to be a happy ending. For these four young divers who were reported missing. The coastguard brought them here to Montrose Harbor to get checked out. Kayakers were a 13 year old boy, a 19 year old man and 2 19 year old women. Paramedics check the mounted determined they were all in good condition early this morning. They were then reunited with their families about 2.5 hours, actually, nearly three hours after they were reported missing car crashed into an apartment building on the south side after the driver was shot. It happened in about 2 30 this morning. At 87th and Cottage Grove Police say the victim was driving in the area when someone in another vehicle opened fire in one weekend. Homicides in Evanston have tripled over last year Thursday, with first way had all year. So right now we had a total have instance, chief of police Dimitrius Cook says the investigation is pointing at gang issues is being the reason for the shootings..

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"dimitrius cook" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:30 min | 8 months ago

"dimitrius cook" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"11 28 NEWS Radio 7 81 of five point out of partly cloudy, warm and human right on through the night Low 76 partly sunny, hot human chance of a shower of scattered thunderstorm in spots tomorrow. High of 92 currently worth 80 for Dove into BBM News Time. 11 19. Our top story the California State Assembly will not return from its summer recess is scheduled. An outbreak of covert 19 has forced the Legislature to delay indefinitely when lawmakers will come backto work much more on this story coming up in 11 31. Last month, thousands marched through Evans tend to call attention to the treatment of black citizens by police during an online discussion today. Evanston police Chief Dimitrius Cook talk aboutthe role of officers during peaceful protests. We understand that they have a right to protest where we have a large approaches like that. Our perspective is just to provide a safe route and pretension for we don't want somebody driving through their work, Are you America these days, Cook says officers sometimes must walk a thin line with consequences if they do anything other than blocked traffic. 19 years ago Today of two Bradley sisters disappeared from their South side. Chicago home. Now a private investigator who's been working on the case says there is circumstantial evidence, which may someday lead the charges. The Bradley sisters, DeAnda and Diamond Yonder was 10. Diamond was three when they vanished. July 6th, 2000 won. The family's private investigator is Pablo Foster. We have enough evidence to try this yet, Uh, state wants in on the side of caution to make sure they have all the best lines up in a row. Before he pursued in charging a particular person in question. And take that to the point that if there's no body fragment that we don't have a case, and that's what we're depending on and that's what we're looking for meaning they're looking for remains. Foster says more than 200,000 tips have come in in 19 years. He says 20% of them may be promising. Steve Miller News Radio 105.9 and we'll Have a look at business news After this. It's Jamie Progresses. Employee of the month, two months in a row..

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"dimitrius cook" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"dimitrius cook" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"As the home of hockey. But I'm to. The rafters clinched the series in Oakland, California in six games by beating the Golden State Warriors, one fourteen to one ten ceiling nationwide. Love affair with basketball CBS's Steve Futterman. You're going to hear the Rafter fans tracking vets-go raptors. They are waving signs. Many are waving Canadian flags. Lots of smiles, lots of embraces and lots of cheering as the raptors become the first Canadian team ever to win the NBA championship. Steve Futterman, CBS news at the NBA finals in Oakland in Montreal as he known for its rivalry with Toronto authorities closed off to downtown streets. So fans could watch the game. CBS news update piper WBZ news time to thirty two. The Chicago lesbian and gay police association gay officers actually says they will March in this month's pride parade in uniform, despite what's happening in some other cities, like Saint Louis where parade. Organizers have told gave. Cops. They're not welcome out of respect for the fiftieth anniversary of stonewall the police rate in New York in the one that launched the gay rights movement. I remember when I first started out in nineteen Ninety-one in Rogers part Jonathan loons chief of the Chicago police departments bureau of technical services. My and I responded to a domestic that happened to involve two men who were lovers and I was asking him what happened. And he said, I'm gay, and you'll never understand that. And I said, I'm too, and I would understand it. And just that connection to me was something that I was proud that the president of the gay officers association is detective Jamie Richardson. She says she cannot understand why some other cities pride parades, telling uniformed officers, they're not welcome to March because of sensitivities related to the police raids fifty years ago. We don't want those same officers. They're rated that bar in stonewall anymore. And that's why we're out Steve Miller, NewsRadio one. Oh, five point nine FM knee, religious order, that founded Notre Dame. Has identified fourteen priests, and one seminarian, who it says, we're credibly accused of sexually abusing minors out of those name by the congregation of Holy Cross. US province are dead. Two were removed from ministry and are in nursing homes, three are no longer with the congregation. One of them is in prison for abusing children in Arizona, while all have ties to Notre Dame. The alleged abuse was reported to have occurred at various places across the country mostly during the seventies and eighties. Mike Crausser NewsRadio one zero five point nine FM. WBZ news time to thirty three trouble in Memphis enforcement, and an angry crowd faced off after US marshals shot and killed a black man while searching for a suspect with felony warrants Kelly McAllister is with Tennessee bureau of investigation reportedly rant his vehicle into the officers vehicles multiple times before exiting with a weapon word of the shooting spread on social media. More protesters showed up officers pulled on riot gear and some in the crowd started throwing rocks and bricks officers used tear gas to break up the crowd. The dead man's been identified twenty year old brand and Weber. I'm Rita Foley, lay another glass ceiling broken the California national guard has selected the first woman to command a US army infantry divisions grew up in a military family, and I joined in nineteen eighty six to pay for college. But she grew to love the adventure. Eventually find Blackhawk, helicopter missions in Iraq. I think that most women would realize this is this is. A great job. This is a profession that I can really show my worth general Gaiger will be responsible for the training and readiness of ten thousand soldiers from nine states and territories, including California, and Guam. And that was CBS news. Correspondent initial Medina. Evanston 's new police chief is moving into a home with lots of local political history of more of a coincidence, than anything else do Evanston police chief, Dimitrius cook, and his wife are moving into the century-old home of the late longtime Evanston, mayor, Lorraine Morton, cook tells the Evanston review, it remember stopping by the house, many times when he was a beat cop in the nineteen eighties to catch up on neighborhood policing matters when he returned to town. Police chief his wife fell in love with the house, not knowing Morton, live there for decades before she died at age ninety nine last year. Morton was Evanston, first African American mayor holding the position for sixteen years. Pat, Cassidy NewsRadio one point nine FM legionnaires disease has hit a new hospital in Columbus, Ohio. It's..

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