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"doctor janice jackson" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

09:34 min | 11 months ago

"doctor janice jackson" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Be a helper it's easy to be overwhelmed by all the news coming at you right now but the people of this state or an audacious and fearless bunch our public institutions are among the best in the country we have the knowledge the resources and the talented people to deal with each new challenge that comes our way a few weeks ago I gave a state of the state address and I told you that what you want with that when you want to solve problems you focus on the next important thing that needs to get done that is what all of us are doing that is what we will continue to do and that is what you can do to and together we'll find a way to the other side I'd like to bring up the mayor of the city Chicago Lori Lightfoot you can good evening I think either of Pritzker for his remarks and for his continued leadership in partnership as we all navigate this very challenging time let me also acknowledge cook County Board president Toni Preckwinkle a doctor's doctor Alison already commissioner of Chicago public health doctor Janice Jackson CEO of Chicago public schools doctor in Gaza say Izzy Kay director of the Illinois department of public health and all the public health experts and city and state officials who are here today as you're aware our country senior rise in the number of lab confirmed cases of covert nineteen our national case contradictory looks similar to that of other countries and doctor why he will go into specifics about around that well I would shows a low level of community transmission in the Chicago land area this is not a time to take chances choices must be made using facts science and concern for the most vulnerable among us as mayor I have an obligation to act with full transparency to always be honest and forthright with our residents and let me be as clear as possible every decision that I have made and every system I will make pertaining to cover nineteen disturbed by data public health guidance and medical professionals together we strive to strike a balanced approach when we issue any public health guidance the safety for our city and our residents will always be our top priority is top of mind before any decision is made or announced and we are working continuously with stakeholders from every category in our city to make sure that we are mindful of what those consequences of every government action will be on them today the city is also issuing new guidance which is rooted in data and designed to prevent the spread of covered nineteen Dr already will go into specifics in a few minutes but let me tell you the top line I want to be clear on some key guidance every Chicago went and visitor must here first community events as a governor noted community events of more than one thousand people are banned for the next thirty days in the city of Chicago period planned events our community events mean planned events that bring together large numbers of people we're not talking about airports train stations public transit or schools but we do mean conferences banquets concerts and such at that time we after thirty days we will reassess the situation we also strongly encourage organizer's offense with two hundred fifty individuals to cancel or postpone for now it's clear no gathering takes priority over the health of any attendee to do so would compromise the well being of everybody especially individuals over sixty and those with underlying medical conditions next I want to address the status of our schools at this time CPS will remain open now we would never put our children in danger and I say that as mayor but also as a mother at this time CPS will however begin scaling back large scale events issuing guidance to all school personnel in advance of spring break instituting a mandatory policy on short term closers for any schools with confirmed cases and ensuring parents and loved ones are frequently updated and CPS will be issuing a specific set of guidelines today to the school community we are also providing guidance to ensure individuals in long term care setting are protected from illnesses that can be transmitted by visitors or staff we are also taking careful measures to consider the impact on working families employers and employees I am proud to announce that effective Monday Comcast will be nearly doubling internet speeds for low income households nationally this came after requests from my team here in Chicago to ensure that residents and families who are increasingly encouraged to remain at home will have access to vital internet service Comcast will also be providing sixty free days of internet to any low income households starting this coming Monday dear their internet essentials program I'd like to thank Comcast for their leadership and being good corporate citizens and you were going to see him my administration rollout more on initiatives to assist our businesses and residents in the coming days in addition tomorrow after cut consultation with organized labor we will be issuing new updated guidance on the city sick leave and Tello working policies we want to ease the burden on workers who may need to stay at home due to underlying middle cook conditions off or from I or any other circumstance we want to ease the burden on them and give them very specific and clear guidance and that will be coming out tomorrow I'm also as a city looks to make conditions more flexible to our work force we want to echo what the governor said we encourage private employers to do the same this is not the time for any employer to treat work conditions as a status quo we are in an unusual set of circumstances and we need to be even more diligent and supporting workers in this time of emergency we will also be working with our partners in organized labor to address the concerns that union workers in particular are experiencing regarding health care and access to unemployment benefits all of these actions build on our previous guidance of which is being reviewed and that Rick and reassess daily and let me emphasize a couple of other important things before I yield the podium we have to continue practicing social distancing and if you do not feel well for god's sake stay home all individuals regardless of socioeconomic or immigration status should seek treatment without fear I just gave this guidance today to my ninety one year old mother and it applies to everyone else if you are under the weather if you are over sixty if you have an underlying medical condition please stay home and all of us was exercise simply good judgment and common sense the health of others it depended upon common sense decisions that we make to day the decisions each of us makes now I know that this is a time of difficulty and a time of uncertainty for some and that makes up for some construction zone and exciting but I want to reassure everyone in the city of Chicago and I know the governor shares is with respect to the state of Illinois we are a city that is well prepared we are a state and a county that is well prepared to address this continuing crisis regarding coronavirus we are cooperating on a daily basis all of our teams and the principles and we will continue to be transparent with the public and make sure that we are providing information as it becomes available to us I don't want to I also echo some of the things that the governor said about what we should be doing in this time we need to make sure that we are being good neighbors we need to make sure that we are looking out for each other particularly people that we know on our block in our neighborhood in our network who are vulnerable and maybe need an additional hand please make sure that we are watching out for each other take care of yourselves have a family plan and make sure that you're checking in on your neighbors and in the meantime we will continue these regular updates for city Chicago the most accurate place to get real time information remains Chicago dot gov forward slash coronavirus that is a website that is maintained by the department of public health it is updated at least once daily if not more so and that is a great source of information at this time I want to welcome cook County Board president Toni Preckwinkle to the podium.

"doctor janice jackson" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"doctor janice jackson" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Class today following the removal of several faculty members and the suspension of the varsity boys basketball team all I see the five things that like this news came out of nowhere it was pretty sockets all but it all stems from alleged misconduct on an overnight team trip to Detroit during Christmas break a parent meeting will be held tonight the inspector general of Chicago public schools is stepping down after the school board hired a law firm to investigate complaints that he berated employees and created a toxic workplace Nicholas jewelers last day on the job will be February twenty night is not just caucus day for Democrats in Iowa president trump sons in the morning today is Sir gets for the presidential camp the term presidential campaign Donald Trump junior rallying Republicans this afternoon when I see the mainstream ideals of socialism and communism actually being pushed I know we say this is a joke and everyone's laughing but it's not a joke former vice president Joe Biden Vermont senator Bernie Sanders are tied in a new poll former south bend mayor Pete booted judge and senator Elizabeth Warren are the only other candidates in double digits while the Iowa caucuses begin the department of homeland security out with a guide warning about meddling in the twenty twenty elections the guy titled U. S. voter registration information how we can be obtained and misused warning state and local governments have a voter information that's accessible online can be combined with third party databases our social media accounts to allow malicious actors to build voter profiles and predict their conduct the guide mentioning Russian efforts to influence and sometimes suppress votes by targeting individuals with misinformation specifically mentioning U. S. voting in twenty sixteen also warning that cyber criminals could sell voter information on the dark web Dave Packer ABC news Boeing is being investigated by the securities and exchange commission over the grounding of the seven thirty seven MAX Jack the company confirmed the SEC investigation in a regulatory filing but is not giving many details the Chicago based company lost money last year for the first time since nineteen ninety seven because of the crisis caused by the two crashes we have an update on the coyote that attacked a six year old boy in Lincoln Park the coyote needs mercies recovering at flint creek widely free ability should facility in Lee County after we shot through the neck and the B. B. stock in its chest don't color runs the organization she says that injury may contribute to the Cody's behavior at the time of the incident and staff there have since witness no course of behavior while in their care after we have the code you will be placed in a permanent education setting James Sears WGN news new legislation to provide grants to high school minority graduates wanting a career in teaching but don't have the money to afford college Chicago public school's CEO doctor Janice Jackson says that would address a hiring issue for the district CPS is expanding career and technical programming at schools across the city to get high schoolers interested in teaching and now WGN sports here's Kevin pal Andy Reid finally winning its first Superbowl as head coach after his trees knocked off Jimmy drop below and the forty Niners so how did the long time coach celebrate I jokes I might have a double cheeseburger tonight with with extra cheese I'm enjoying my family in the tables on the do you know that's that's exciting the chiefs are the early favorites for next season their supervisor at five to one or a forty Niners and ravens eight to one the bears twenty five to one Super Bowl fifty five will be played in Tampa the Blackhawks coming off a shootout victory over Arizona Saturday night they're back at it tomorrow when they visit Minnesota will have that game at six thirty in the hawks claiming defenseman Nick C. log off waivers from the wild today bulls how's the pelicans Thursday night and pitchers and catchers report in just a little over a week on the home of the Blackhawks north northwestern Wildcats and white Sox baseball Kevin Powell WGN sports your money on WGN the Dow closed up one hundred forty three points today nasdaq up one twenty to the S. and P. five hundred up twenty three the volatility index of the CBOE down just over three quarters of a point today crude oil center the forty nine dollars ninety eight cents on a dollar fifty eight corn down today we'd unchanged.

"doctor janice jackson" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"doctor janice jackson" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Doctor Janice Jackson says recognizing the need is important she received a grant as a young minority teacher there was something that you know propelled me into teaching but also committed me to teach for number of years and I'm still in a district twenty years later so I see a lot of promise and what's being proposed here today the hope is the fellas statewide teacher shortage with home grown candidates WGN sports here's Kevin pound billion already won an MVP now yes Superbowl champions add to his resume I had two goals and I became the starting quarterback of the Kansas City Chiefs and the first goal was a window more high trophy I wanted to bring home the one that as our founders name name on I want to bring to this family in this organization and the second most important thing was to get country Superbowl trophy Patrick moms following the cheese win over the forty Niners my homes name the youngest Superbowl MVP ever chief will celebrate their first title in fifty years for the parade on Wednesday meanwhile here is forty nine as quarterback in Arlington Heights native Jimmy grapple after the game they make plays an RMA can now give them some credit you know it's just very good team right out of the game and you know they're the better team to the Superbowl lots of been released for next season she's the favorites at five to one forty Niners and ravens with the next best at eight to one the bears twenty five to one black box with a victory over Arizona Saturday night in a shoot out above is a Minnesota tomorrow night we'll have that game at six thirty balls off until Thursday and all of the Blackhawks northwestern Wildcats and white Sox baseball Kevin Powell WGN sports your money on WGN the Dow closed up one hundred forty three points today nasdaq up one twenty to the S. and P. five hundred up twenty three the volatility index of the C. B. O. we down a little over three quarters of a point crude oil center to forty nine dollars ninety eight cents down a dollar fifty eight corn down today we'd unchanged soybeans up.

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"doctor janice jackson" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"doctor janice jackson" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Union delegates are meeting right now the way the mayor's latest offer even though the mayor just reportedly said that they have said to her so far it's not enough includes proposed tentative agreement was sixteen percent pay raises over five years a nurse and social worker in every school by July of two thousand twenty three and C. P. S. willing to invest thirty five million dollars in class size supports ten million above the last offer here's the mayor watch for logging the strike is the unions and systems are shorter school day or school year in our system so I agree to support their political agenda CPS CEO doctor Janice Jackson says it's up to the sea to you to decide now my message to see to you leadership is that you have the power to end this tried and get our students back in classroom tomorrow Hey get teachers back in classroom where I know they want to be in addition the mayor is willing to give five million for additional pay raises for the highest paid teachers bare light but also seeing some push back on a plan to increase Chicago's real estate transfer tax me Gail with more on that story nine state lawmakers have said that they will not consider the measure unless it includes funds dedicated to alleviating homelessness in a letter to light foot from mostly southside in south suburban lawmakers the group were nine says a fair amount should be about sixty percent they are light foot like the idea when she was running for mayor but later dropped it in order to defer revenue to the city's eight hundred thirty eight million dollar budget deficit it's another hurdle for the mayor who is hoping lawmakers will also take up a revised casino plan in the short fall veto session Mikhail W. L. essay M. eight ninety news Elmer's college will reopen tomorrow after classes were canceled for a second day as officials investigate threatening graffiti messages found on campus there will be additional campus security the latest graffiti was found Monday afternoon in a residence hall it's unclear if it's connected to an earlier message which was found Sunday on a woman's restroom stall in the library a separate graffiti reported last week in a dorm read quote shoes to school and quote should it up according to authorities the campus was not on lockdown residence halls have been opened the classes were canceled for two days out of an abundance of caution counselors and support staff will also be available to the students the murder trial starts today for Chicago police officer accused of killing a man to years ago are John Dempsey has more officer Lowell Houser is accused in the twenty seventeen killing of Jose NY events who lived in the same north side apartment building as Hauser's girlfriend prosecutors say Hauser who is a twenty eight year police veteran show the F. as in the chest after they argued Hauser's attorney says his client acted in self defense after knee ever as threatened to shoot him the average family says Hauser got special treatment and was able to be free on electronic monitoring for nearly three years just because he's a cop John Dempsey WLS AMA ninety days house Democrats unveiled a draft resolution that sets the ground rules for the impeachment inquiry going forward here's correspondent Linda canyon here are some of the key points the house intelligence committee will lead off with Democrats and Republicans getting equal time to question witnesses the minority Republicans can request certain witnesses to appear but will need the approval of the democratic chairman of the committee in order to issue subpoenas for that testimony in addition the White House can participate in the proceedings either president trump himself or his counsel and the White House can object to certain witnesses I was in the canyon a Capitol Hill in California right now several wildfires have displaced tens of thousands of people and powerful winds are expected sweet to state a potentially worsen the situation which is really bad out there utilities are planning to preemptively cut power to even more customers within twenty six million people from California to Arizona are under red flag warnings in sports the Blackhawks are a National tonight to play the predators the bulls are off a loss to the Knicks last night one of five to ninety eight W. Ellis this.

"doctor janice jackson" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"doctor janice jackson" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"To find your perfect bald the ground rules around for the public face of the house impeachment inquiry the eight page resolution release calls for open hearings requires the intelligence committee to submit a report outlining its findings and recommendations the house is expected to vote on the resolution on Thursday an army officer at the National Security Council who twice raised concerns over the trump administration's push to have Ukraine investigate Democrats testified behind closed doors the Vance copy of army lieutenant colonel Alexander then men's testimony shows he planned to tell house investigators he listened to president trump's July twenty fifth call with Ukraine's new leader and reported his concerns to the ana sees lead counsel the NC double a board of governors has taken the first step toward allowing athletes to cash in on their fame the board voted unanimously to clear the way for the amateur athletes to benefit from the use of their name image and likeness the vote came during a meeting at Emory University in Atlanta and this just in the C. E. O. of Chicago public schools doctor Janice Jackson speaking along with the mayor telling reporters that they have made a good offer and it's now up to the C. T. U. they are waiting to hear what the delegates decide at their meeting tonight they are I just what I've just been handed the latest offers she is sweeten the pot suitably I think the mayor wants to stay in tonight I'm not gonna read it now but looking over but if she's definitely come up in her offer back to your okay thanks John we'll look take a look at it bring you more news at six o'clock W. all system right now five thirty three WLS news is brought to you in part by first American bank the largest privately held bank in Illinois.

"doctor janice jackson" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"doctor janice jackson" Discussed on 600 WREC

"ISIS leader Abu Bakar all big Daddy's death at the hands of US special operation forces continues to roll in while it is a good thing that the leader of ISIS has been killed unless we develop an international effort to bring stability to the region I feel that more leaders will continue to pop up from on senator Bernie Sanders speaking from a Detroit food pantry tour no school today for Chicago students we don't have a deal be tough because C. T. U. leadership has said that the nearly one that they need another one hundred million dollars to open our schools not the thirty eight million dollars that you've been hearing see to you talk about publicly Chicago public school's CEO doctor Janice Jackson the trike strike rather started October seventeenth overpay staffing and class size America is listening to fox news six hundred W. R. E. C. I. ninety two point one FM so god no I said and then and then then and the and they have a long long yeah the from coast to coast and worldwide on the internet this is coast to coast AM with George now now here's George even this brings us back into the program we're talking about this new film with this of another world directed by half Alan Stivell mend and with the assistance of Jacques valet who was an original investigator of the case and and then as returned many years later to check on one Prez's progress and how he's handled the the pressures that resulted not so much from the close encounter itself but what happened after he told other people about it it had profound effects on his personal life he became isolated sort of our hermit the gal Joe living in Argentina and and now has been sort of a brought out of the shell as a result of this remarkable film in a moment we're going to get into get an update with one what his life has been like since that experience at the age of twelve other supporting material and and learn from some.

"doctor janice jackson" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"doctor janice jackson" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"You talk about publicly Chicago public school's CEO doctor Janice Jackson the trike strike rather started October seventeenth overpay staffing and class size America is listening to fox news now your storm team ten forecast powered by Duncan pumpkin season is here at Duncan coffees lot Tay's donuts and more rather cloudy through sunrise breezy little bit of drizzle low near fifty mostly cloudy some filtered hazy sunshine could be a little drizzle towards the Cape on Monday high near sixty mostly cloudy Monday night low near fifty Tuesday mostly cloudy some rain showers possible highs again near sixty I'm storm team ten meteorologist RJ Heim on newsradio nine twenty and one of four seven FM so only this is a and then then and the and they have a long from coast to coast.

"doctor janice jackson" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"doctor janice jackson" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Ongoing construction before heading out you can always check our ways map of WBBM newsradio dot com slash traffic the traffic and weather together on the H. every ten minutes under radio seven eighty model five point out of found the WBBM accu weather forecast turning out partly sunny and mild today a high sixty three except staying in the fifties at the lake front for the bears game versus New Orleans some sun kick off temperature fifty nine and tonight becoming cloudy a low of fifty one degrees it's fifty at o'hare fifty four at midway and the lake front at six thirty if your call goes all the radios seven and one oh five point nine FM and WBBM newsradio dot com good morning I'm Jennifer Kuiper these are the top stories on newsradio WBBM still no deal to end the teacher strike again Chicago public schools with talks set to continue today a restaurant steps up to help find a dog which was stolen while its owner was inside picking up food and two women are hospitalized after being shot in separate incidents on the south and southwest sides WBBM sports this is Rick regulatory shocks number six Wisconsin twenty four twenty three on a last second field goal Houston shocks the Yankees six four on a wholesale to a walk off and no one will be shocked if mixed risky place today for the bears against the saints and accu weather says later today partly sunny and mild high sixty three cooler along the lakefront in for the bears game versus Norrland some sun kick off temperature fifty nine fifty degrees at o'hare fifty four at midway and the lake front WBBM news time six thirty one the teacher strike is now into its fourth day some progress was reported in negotiations yesterday between the teachers union and the Chicago public schools C. T. U. V. P. Stacey Davis gates remains optimistic on getting results I am hopeful that our movement can continue at the table and there will be a somewhere on getting this contract she says the two sides reached a tentative agreement on eight different items yesterday including a plan to reverse what she says is the precipitous decline of teachers of color and I'm a moratorium on charter schools they're like foot in CBS CEO doctor Janice Jackson released a.

"doctor janice jackson" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"doctor janice jackson" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Today is the last day of scheduled negotiations between the Chicago teachers union and the board of education ahead of a possible strike on Thursday mayor Lightfoot in C. P. S. C. E. O. doctor Janice Jackson released a statement saying they expressed willingness to find solutions to the union's call for more staffing and smaller class sizes but no measurable progress was made in yesterday's talks WGN's Courtney good fun says the two sides are back at it today five describe yesterday's negotiation session as meaningful and productive but I've been talking to CC you officials today and they tell me there is still a long way to go the C. T. U. S. house of delegates would vote on whatever proposals on the table should there be one tomorrow night trial begins today for an Indiana woman charged with killing three children as they crossed the road to board a school bus last year Alyssa shepherd was driving a pickup truck before dawn on October thirtieth twenty eighteen when she struck for children near the town of Rochester she told police she saw flashing red lights but didn't realize it was a school bus until the kids were in front of her Chicago police are looking for a person who set a series of dumpster fires in Lincoln Park in lake view this morning the fires were set within about ninety minutes of each other starting around two o'clock hunter Biden talking ABC news about his business relationships in both Ukraine in China and the ongoing controversy concerning it as well as the effective might be having on his father's presidential campaign he says being the subject of Donald Trump sire is a feather in his cap I have fallen and I've got enough I've done this T. mobile things and things that are have been in my life that I hope that that I regret every single one of those things has brought me exactly to where I am right now which is probably the best place I've ever been in my life after Biden spoke with ABC's Good Morning America career diplomat George can't is being deposed in the house impeachment inquiry today Kent is the Deputy Assistant secretary of state who oversees US policy on Ukraine and C. N. B. C. is reporting that the leaders of General Motors and the U. A. W. are in a room together at a tentative deal to end the four week old Ike is closed C. N. B. C. says G. M. C. E. old Mary Barra and GM president mark Royce we're negotiating directly with the UAW leaders will check your money sports traffic and weather next on WGN.

"doctor janice jackson" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"doctor janice jackson" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Ten ten still no agreement on a new contract with the Chicago board of ed in the Chicago teachers union are still talking mayor like food and C. P. S. C. E. O. doctor Janice Jackson say they're pleased to see more progress at the negotiating table and they remained medic to getting a deal done see to you president Jesse Sharkey says the union has modified some of its proposals to CPS about nursing every school every day we talk about consulars case managers association case managers and other issues this one is that those are hard to provide right away let us face the men we're open to facing and some of those key positions we modified some of our proposals in some of these areas the Chicago teachers union has set a strike date for Thursday a woman who has been arrested in or near airports dozens of times and sneak down to plains without a ticket he is due in Bonn court today after police say she tried to sneak through security at here Friday night Google police say a sixty seven year old Maryland Hartman was arrested after officers determined she didn't have a boarding pass or identification the arrest marks the latest chapter in a story that's played out for a decade at airports across the US including last year when Hartman was arrested after sneaking onto a flight from o'hare to London she pleaded guilty to criminal trespassing and was sentenced in March to eighteen months probation after agreeing to stay away from o'hare and midway Jim what US news radio one of five point nine FM what was supposed to be a fun hay ride is resulted in twelve people being injured and taken to hospitals Kendall county police say a car struck a hay ride wagon yesterday on River Road near Black Hawk wrote in little rock township approximately fifty miles west of Chicago police say injuries including broken bones and some people were unconscious when emergency crews arrived did because restaurant in the Gold Coast could be closing its doors for good in the near future Michael speed of the sun times reports the lease for the restaurant on east just not will likely not be renewed at the end of the year the restaurant opened in nineteen ninety seven there were more than fifteen thousand do your vehicle collisions in Illinois last year transportation secretary Omar Osman says the first instinct when bearing down on a deer in the road is to swerve but Austin says that could make a driver lose control and increases crashes severity Austin says the best practice is don't veer for deer he recommends paying attention to deer crossing signs and watch road sides for the reflection of the rising headlights WBBM news time ten twelve we'll have the accu weather five day forecast and sports next the screen WBBM is the radio dot com download it today and listen anytime anywhere news radio seven eighty and one oh five point nine FM.

"doctor janice jackson" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"doctor janice jackson" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"For CBS news New Orleans a man is being charged with the shooting that took place during a wedding ceremony in New Hampshire yesterday thirty seven year old Dale Holloway has been charged with purposely and knowingly causing bodily injury by means of a deadly weapon for shooting seventy five year old Stanley chilled in the chest Joe was the presiding bishop at the wedding he was in serious condition at a Boston hospital a second person is sixty year old woman was shot in the arm and was in good condition and a sixty year old man was struck in the head but was treated and released at a local hospital police chief Joseph work of the telling please departments his wedding guests participated in capturing the suspected gunman from my understanding is they basically gang tackle them there was a struggle ensued minor injuries occurred to the other guests who are in the struggle with the sugar no word yet on why the man fired shots at the wedding the Chicago teachers union says it is modified demands on two key issues class size in staffing as it tries to hammer out a new contract to avoid a possible strike on Thursday union leaders are now open to accepting a phase in a proposal to cap class size it to increase staffing of social workers case managers and school nurses mayor Laurie Lightfoot CPS CEO doctor Janice Jackson issuing a statement saying they're pleased to see that more progress is being made at the negotiating table we are now just hours away from the start of the Chicago marathon runners are ready though they may not be ready for the chill in the air Raphael vulgar runner from Freiberg Germany is participated in over twenty marathons around the world but this is his first time being in the windy city I'm really.

"doctor janice jackson" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"doctor janice jackson" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Evaluate the scene Dave going for CBS news New Orleans managing charged in the shooting that took place during the wedding ceremony in New Hampshire today thirty seven year old Dale Holloway is being charged with purposely and knowingly causing bodily injury by means of a deadly weapon for shooting and wounding seventy five year old Stanley showed in the chest Joe was the presiding bishop and the wedding is in serious condition a six year old woman was shot in the arm and is said to be in good condition and his six year old man was shot in the head and dell was treated at a local hospital and released the police chief there Joe's of work of the Pell him police departments his wedding gas help capture the suspected gunman from my understanding is they basically gang tackle them there was a struggle ensued minor injuries occurred to the other gas or in the struggle with the shooter No Way yet on a motive the Chicago teachers union says it has modified its demands on two of its key issues class sizes in staffing as it tries to hammer out a new contract before Thursday's strike date seed you president Jesse Sharkey providing an update following in the afternoon bargaining session union leaders say they're now open to accepting a phase in a proposal to cap class sizes and increase staffing of social workers case managers and school nurses they want that phase in the beginning neighborhoods where the need is the most mayor Laurie light footed CBS CEO doctor Janice Jackson issuing a joint statement saying they're pleased to see more progress being made at the negotiating table and they remain committed to doubling down to reach an agreement Kendall county sheriff's deputies are investigating a crash tonight involving a hay ride the resulted in multiple injuries that happen near Plano vehicle striking a ride caring about twelve passengers just after five thirty tonight on River Road west a Black Hawk road some of the injured had to be taken to area hospitals while the rest were to we did at the scene the Arab league is calling on the UN security council to force Turkey to halt its offensive against the Kurds in northern Syria Turkish military.

"doctor janice jackson" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"doctor janice jackson" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"President trump says he's keeping all options open after the weekend attack on Saudi Arabian oil facilities the attack on Saturday knocked out half of Saudi Arabia's oil output correspondent we Jiang on how an attack of this scale could have happened CBS news has learned that these targeted plans war on the U. S. intelligence community's radar as being vulnerable to attacks but they were not as heavily guarded as military bases in the region which have several layers of missile defense CBS news senior national security contributor Michael morale I'm very confident that we know exactly what was used to attack us and we know exactly where it came from meantime Ronnie in state TV says the supreme leader there will never hold one on one talks with the U. S. he says he could engage in discussions in Washington returns to the twenty fifteen nuclear deal president trump has said he could be with Iran's leader during the U. N. General Assembly next week CBS news update Ahmed Piper WBBM news time two thirty two a joint appearance yesterday by mayor Laurie Lightfoot Illinois U. S. senator Dick Durbin and. Chicago public school's CEO doctor Janice Jackson in their push to address in increase in vaping bite teens their life it says a strong response is needed the fact that more than eighty percent of young people who try to battle start with flavored products such as E. cigarettes and Ciro's isn't a coincidence the companies that produce and market these products see children as part of their bottom line CBS maintains a total ban on vaping and Janice Jackson says it's more a matter of making parents and students aware of the dangers of vaping and making everyone better educated about spotting the devices. meantime a California resident is the latest person to die from complications related to vaping according to to Lake County public health officials the resident died of severe pulmonary injury associated with the use of E. cigarettes hundreds of people nationwide have come down with a long illness related to vaping WBBM news time two thirty two a state representative is tired of seeing pigeon droppings at a local blue line station while addressing the issue during a recent interview he became part of a viral moment birds are a chronic problem you're the Irving park blue line station even earning it the nickname the pigeon poop station it's not funny at all you got pets at home and you got it keep your shoes away from a state representative Jamie Andrade has been fighting for funds to fix the problem and became a victim during a recent interview with CBS where are already there I just yeah I did in the midst of speaking to reporter Lauren victory a pesky pigeons relieved itself on Andrade's Hey.

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"doctor janice jackson" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"doctor janice jackson" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Podcast rush right now and GT and plus Elizabeth Alfano checked in from LA after she chatted with NBA star Chris Paul about a shift to a plant based diet before we think about for dinner after the game. after what do you think about for dinner after the game. the daily just explain how Chicago distillers just got a little more interesting I'm picking up notes of charred hickories citrus with the devil whiskey over here final in the region plus look in the barrel or wherever you get your podcasts seven twenty W. Janet is straight up to two o'clock Chicago stories told twenty four seven on seven twenty WGN Chicago sports big users just say play WGN radio on tune in again to a am here's the bar it's mostly cloudy seventy two degrees at o'hare Chicago public schools will send letters home with the students this week warning of the risks associated with vaping and E. cigarettes later this morning by your life will gather with US senator Dick Durbin of Illinois and C. P. S. C. E. O. doctor Janice Jackson at Corning medical prep school they'll talk about what the district is doing to curb those risks and discourage students from using those devices US officials have released satellite imagery of what they say or at least nineteen points of impact from drone strikes Saturday at two Saudi Arabian oil facilities A. P.'s been Thomas senior US officials speaking on condition of anonymity to discuss intelligence matters see the images are consistent with attack coming from the direction of a wrong rather than Yemen the officials say additional devices which apparently didn't reach their targets have been recovered and are being analyzed by Saudi and American intelligence agents president trump says the US military is ready to respond to a contingent on who's ultimately found responsible Iran's revolutionary guard officials responding at Sunday saying they're prepared for full scale war democratic leaders in Washington morning president trump Sunday that any proposal on gun control must include a house passed bill to expand background checks or else Chris no legislation at all Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says he spoke with president right after terrible tragedy occurs he says we have to do something on background checks and then he backs off and the word is that the NRA and others are putting pressure on him and the thing that he will go for. or will not be acceptable soon as Schumer rather says he's also pushing Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to call the bill to vote a year long investigation by Missouri's Attorney General has resulted in the referral of a dozen former Catholic priests for prosecution ABC's can't Martin reports from Saint Louis Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmidt says the twelve cases represent the most by any state since a Pennsylvania report last year cited abuse of more than a thousand children by hundreds of priests something nineteen forties Schmidt stopped short of recommending criminal charges against the former priest sent referred for the prosecution to local jurisdictions the investigation uncovered one hundred sixty three priests or clergy accused of sexual misconduct against underage children and back locally prayer service was held yesterday at a church in Chicago's back of the yards neighborhood for an eighteen year old woman who was shot and killed last week Chicago police say tree a Kelly was pregnant she was walking home from work a week ago Sunday near fifty second in Peoria investigators say man fired shots from a passing car no arrests yet.

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"doctor janice jackson" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"doctor janice jackson" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The navy the golden circle stuff by it the other way. so yes he again why do we need him to solve this reach right out of those years ago drop ice in the warm water yeah and then fly the Air Force planes of the super fast circle and make the wind go the other way that second half of that makes sense. when he goes to the phone I'll put mine when we all just blow right. three and a million people in this country can't tell stand one direction blow we got together hand across America remember in a pool you'd start circling around. yeah. it's easy I think when he likes the idea. hi Jeff Abraham will be I'm with the Steve he is the author of the show won't go on about the shocking bizarre deaths of our favorite celebrities onstage well days give me one I actually saw this live there was a jam band the godfather colonel Bruce Hampton there was this big jam on stage the killer and he laid down and they thought that was part of his act because he had done that in the past so they all kept jamming and it turns out he died. so remember Dick Shawn actor Dick Shawn was ready I do instead do and stand up one night and they just left him there because they were sure it was part of the act right this second show they realize is. all right Chicago stories told twenty four seven on seven twenty WGN Chicago smart speaker users just a play WGN radio on tune in the news is brought to you by Roosevelt university Stieber transits overcast seventy degrees right now at o'hare Chicago public school's CEO doctor Janice Jackson rang in the new school.

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"doctor janice jackson" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"doctor janice jackson" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Another search which uncovered more drugs the suspects are now being held without bail and Chicago public school's CEO doctor Janice Jackson says there's no reason in her mind agree we can't soon be reached with the Chicago teachers union speaking at the city club of Chicago we have made a generous offer tar teachers which includes the average salary increase of sixteen percent I mean as salary increase of sixteen percent over the next five years you can listen to the full address and your lease or just go to WGN radio dot com we'll get you caught up on WGN sports good morning David thank you Vic good morning the best news of all for the bears the pre season is over the bears can now focus on next Thursday night the Green Bay Packers after dropping their exhibition finality to the Tennessee Titans nineteen fifteen at Soldier Field the tied the score the winning touchdown with one twenty five to go the bigger story though bears kicker Eddie Pinheiro missed an extra point but then went three for three on field goals Victor carrot teeny second all run a three run shot of Jacob to ground in the seven to break up what all time I gave the cubs of three game sweep of the Mets in New York four to one the cubs seven straight win at Citi field who now that the cubs now trail the cardinals by giving a half and host Milwaukee at Wrigley Field this afternoon earlier Minnesota completed a three game sweep of the white Sox roughing up deal and sees it at ten five win tonight the stocks go back to interleague play all the road starting at three gamer in Atlanta we'll have it at five forty five WGN in college football is underway last night the first big ten team in action Minnesota got by South Dakota state twenty eight twenty one top ranked Clemson rolled over George attack by a final of fifty two to fourteen tomorrow's schedule includes northwestern Stanford will have that a two thirty on WGN coach Pat fitzgerald on the Steve Cochran show this morning at seven ten on the home of the Blackhawks the northwestern Wildcats in white Sox baseball Dave Anneke WGN sports the nineteenth century industrial revolution is winding up to full speed giant things are being constructed new forms of energy being extracted one particular form of employee is in high demand children child can crawl into hard to reach places dig underground caverns in mind so the dogs can't go at first a child is easier to control manipulate and most importantly for industry at the time children can be paid less the movement to ban child labor started in the England Charles Dickens but it was also one of the chief organizing goals of the burgeoning American labor movement minimum wage laws began in the eighteen eighties the national child labor committee was created in nineteen oh four by the early twentieth century federal law encouraged by American labor is regulating minimum ages and the types of work children will be allowed to do with an improving public education system American kids are finally allowed to be.

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"doctor janice jackson" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"doctor janice jackson" Discussed on WGN Radio

"People is a starship broke I'm sure within the boxes and twenty WGN WGN everywhere for those have been listening on the worldwide web is we have got a continued on here a lot of things were happening lots of things are going to happen and probably most importantly that coming up in the six o'clock hour we're going to take you live to the Harold Washington library where we life it will be giving her stay the city address yeah she well then it's a big night for Chicago because you got to listen to the mayor and hear what her suggestions are for how you fill fix a one billion dollar budget shortfall on top of the increase in taxes I think we're all well aware of the increases that we paid over the last few years so here we go so before we do any of that let us now check in with Kim Gordon she's got the W. G. and news partly cloudy eighty three at o'hare mayor light but will give her first prime time speech next hour her state of the city address was expected to discuss the details of how selfish Chicago's large budget deficit but now she says sure deal the specifics in a budget plan in October you could hear her remarks live right here on seven twenty WGN at six o'clock lawyers for our Kelly a filed an emergency motion asking that he be immediately released from solitary confinement at the federal jail in Chicago his lawyers say he's been deprived of any contact with other inmates TV access an outdoor activity earlier today Merrill Lightfoot announced the Chicago police department is joining forces with cook county prosecutors in the court system for a city wide guns that initiative the goal is to connect information on repeat gun offenders from the streets to the court system we are breaking out of silos so it's a police arrest and off to the prosecutors then it goes to the courts and the all the various parts of the system haven't been seamlessly talking together the hope is the collaboration will help all parties reduce gun violence the information will not be made public Chicago public school's CEO doctor Janice Jackson says there's no reason why teachers will have to strike an agreement can't be reached with the Chicago teachers union in the coming weeks she spoke at the city shook the city because Chicago today we have made a generous offer to our teachers which includes the average salary increase of sixteen percent I mean a salary increase of sixteen percent over the next five years the C. T. U. says the offer lacks critical staffing needs and doesn't fulfill the mers.

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