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"dr pony" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Is not confident the city will be opening up, Beecher. I'm sorry. I was kind of mean with my tease. You made it sound positive, like happy had an upbeat tone about it when you said that, Like I got something to tell you about Anna. I'd said it involved your favorite story. I don't think I made of sounded upbeat. Anyway, she says she doesn't see them opening anytime soon. Here's what she has to say. It's not just about being outside, which is in somebody's safer, but it's about congregation. We open up the beach is people going flocked to the beaches much harder. To impose social distancing. She also cited safety, pointing to high water levels on the lake calling conditions dangerous. So sorry about the safety of the waves. Yeah, that came into the conversation. Yeah. What does that do A social distance. I just want to apologize for 15 years. He made it sound so different. Okay. I tried to be neutral. Thank you usually are. Chicago has added two more states to its list of states whose citizens Much self quarantine upon arrival at Iowa and Oklahoma to the list. The mayor says she's looking at Wisconsin and Indiana, too, but they're not there. Yet. Wisconsin is on a new list. Today. New York, New Jersey and Connecticut have added that state to the list of states whose residents must self quarantine upon visiting their governor. Pritzker is giving Chicago public school space to figure out a plan for reopening in the fall. Illinois has already laid out a plan in person classes, including masks and additional protective measure What we are providing his guidance to help school district's make the right kinds of decisions, so I know that the mayor is working hard on this. I know that the the Board of Education The school board rather and a swell as the teachers union. Illinois's House Republican leader Jim Durkin, says he will not go to Jacksonville to see President Trump renominated next month. He says it won't be a healthy environment because of the pandemic. At least two U. S. Senators say they will be sitting out as well. Former Vice President Biden on the campaign trail today, talking about a new clean energy plan, he said it would combat climate change. While boosting an economy ravaged by the pandemic. The presumptive presidential nominee, said he sees climate change as an opportunity to create many new clean energy jobs. Was also critical of President Trump's handling of the pandemic, saying he's wrongly encouraging states to open up to quickly. Mr President, please listen. To your public health experts. Instead of denigrating them. The White House has released background documents recently seeking to undermine Dr Anthony Fauci cities, giving residents two more weeks to purchase city stickers and register for residential permit parking permit requirements. I should say It says there's been a surge of applicants. The deadline now is August 1st. And while many of the health attention this year has been a focused on gun violence and covert 19 Cook County health officials have been seeing a surgeon opioid overdoses, the county surpassed the number of opioid cases from 2019 in May of this year and the numbers Are likely to double from last year. Dr Pony Arun Kumar is the Cook County Chief Medical Examiner Sentinel is the culprit in overwhelmingly majority of these cases. The majority of victims are on Chicago's Westside that includes Austin, East Garfield, part and West Garfield Park, Mabel. The county plans to blanket communities with drug used to counter the effects of the overdoses and two Ramp up treatment of individuals, WG and Sports. Chicago Fire Back on the pitch. They beat Seattle today. The final was 2 to 1. Your money on W G and the dollars up 424 points, the NASDAQ up 29 the S and P 525. I'm Steve Berg trained on Chicago's very own. 7 20 w g N No.
"dr pony" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Covert 19 making the first note public case of General Assembly member Robertson County Republican Senator Danny Brite told The Associated Press he received a positive test on Friday, 41 year old was on the Senate floor on Wednesday is a chamber debuted, debated bills and cast votes. Entire legislature now isn't expected to return to work until early September. Building. Administrators at the legislative complex and Rolly have initiated health and social distancing measures since April, But Democrats have complained that they aren't strong enough and often criticized Republicans for failing to wear face coverings indoors. Medical researchers say some patients may have long lasting effects, even if they are become the corona virus. Matthew SEED off with Fox affiliate K. R. I ve reports from Houston. Sometimes the kidneys don't recover. Dr. Ponied Partney at Houston's Kelsey Seybold clinic listing crucial body functions possibly impacted by covert 19 lungs, brain Heart blood vessels, the clotting system, the immune system, the kidneys, researchers worldwide, finding brain, heart and kidney issues among recovered Corona virus patients. Medical researchers say some patients may have lasting effects even if they overcome the Corona virus. Department of Justice Memo reveals that the FBI found that Michael Flynn did not lie on purpose. Boxes, Lucas Tomlinson reports. I made a biologist Sometimes the kidneys don't recover Dr. Ponied Partney at Houston's Kelsey Seybold Clinic. The Justice Department memo, says. Quote General Flynn denied having conversations about sanctions. FBI advised that based on this interview they did not believe General Flynn was acting as an agent of Russia recall. One of the agents who interviewed Flynn was now fired. FBI agent Peter Struck that That's Fox's Lucas Tomlinson reporting Wgt News Time is 902 For all our sakes,.
"dr pony" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Talks
"But as you correctly pointed out this multi system inflammatory syndrome in children. Reports have been that children of black race have been more just personally affected. I don't think we know for sure why that is. I can propose a couple of hypotheses. One we know that racial and ethnic minority populations have been disproportionately affected by the pandemic as a whole due to a large variety of complex factors. And so Could this just reflect Increase in infections in that group. And therefore we're seeing increased post inflammatories ACQUAI- but it is possible but given that we know that Other inflammatory conditions in children like how disease can carry with them a racial predisposition or genetic predisposition That is also kind of high on the list of possibilities and so. I think we need to evaluate the demographics of WHO's being affected by this carefully so that we can best understand how to identify manage and treat these kids. So that's a great summary on what we know about. This new entity called multi-system implement syndrome potentially associated with Corey nineteen bridges affecting the paediatric age group and there is now a health alert going all across the world to care systems both the Emergency Department Front Line. Docs pediatricians to watch out for this disease. In as you just heard Dr Raja pocket psyche described about the signs and symptoms of this disease and also about some of the regional disparity which we're seeing associated with this season with multi system implementary syndrome in children. We don't know what the causes but that needs to be identified walked up. Is there any additional point? You're like our listeners. To your or learn about this disorder what to do what we are going to look at the numbers to go up so I think the important thing to recognize. It's a serious but thankfully appears to be a rare complication and children. But I think for that reason we really need everyone That cares for children in healthcare to be aware of it. And be alert to it. As you mentioned This is now a reportable disease Here in the United States as well as around the world the World Health Organization. It's also collecting global data and so if people are seeing Children who may meet the case definition and their practice we would really encourage them to reach out to their local public health officials and report these cases Just because collection of of data and I will be ultimately what helps us to understand this syndrome better and since it is rare. Each center may only see a handful of cases but we really need tekere gate all of that information together to fully understand what is going on here so I would really encourage people to to keep an eye out into a report cases that they come across to their local public health so they can be shared with others all learn from this. Thank you Roger. Cossack kids today. Have you been listening to Dr Pony? Roger Bucket Sankei. Who'S A pediatric infectious disease consultant at the Mayo Clinic?.
"dr pony" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Going on let us know the WBBM traffic tip line is eight five five seven eight zero eight five five seven eighty seventy six twenty three next traffic at six fifty eight newsradio seven eighty one of five point eight FM WBBM accu weather today's gonna be mainly cloudy humid to shower in spots this morning some more showers and a thunderstorm later this afternoon this evening the High getting up near eighty less humid towards the weekend seventy at o'hare midway the lakefront sixty nine AM accu weather meteorologist you divorce Chicago's weather station newsradio seven eighty and one of five point nine FM WBBM news telling six fifty Chicago's most trusted stuff more updated news minute by minute newsradio seven eighty and one oh five point nine FM our key is set to go up in the next few weeks at the metropolis performing arts center in downtown Arlington Heights the daily Herald reports it's taken six years to plan to raise money for the three hundred thousand dollar project the metropolis is celebrating its twentieth anniversary this year there's been a major uptick in the number of deaths in cook county so far this year accounting medical examiner cases in the first five months of this year have exceeded last year's totals more than sixty six hundred compared to almost sixty three hundred in all of twenty nineteen chief medical examiner Dr pony Arun Kumar says in addition to the some thirty seven hundred covert nineteen deaths since March we do have an increasing case load this year of non Kobe cases compared to the same time last year it's around seven hundred cases we do have an increase in the number of homicides so far this year we have about fifty seven homicides last year this time it was two hundred and forty and Dr welcome our says opioid deaths are also up Jennifer Kuiper newsradio one oh five point nine FM well the soul full birthday list this morning one night by the board singer was wonder if Ted Mack's original amateur hour TV show the age of seven wow and it's excessive Motown she and her backing group the pips switched record labels as good a series of major hits including you're the best thing that ever happened to me also celebrated birthday come picture Craig Campbell is thirty two it's time now for your thought for the day it comes from Wally a Yemeni was a venture capitalist he says be thankful for what you have your life is someone else's fairy tale bill always find your thought for the day on Twitter at Felicia connect WBBM news time six fifty two switch to sprint to get our best unlimited you'll ever four lines of unlimited for just a hundred dollars a month plus we're including four amazing I put eleven on us when you trade in iPhone success or newer in any condition this is sprint dot com call eight hundred sprint one or come season our stores phone after twenty nine seventy one critically too much credit applied to build a cantaloupe requires an account on the basic after seven thirty one twenty one to thirty five dollars per month for one with a different company not probable blood works with actually use rose thirty dollar activation fee restrictions apply to adapt to this changing world folks are buying more stuff online than ever before if you're an E. commerce sellers are you ready to meet the demands of the new delivery culture be ready with shipstation.
"dr pony" Discussed on WTVN
"Authorize the expired anti terror foreign intelligence surveillance act hit a snag in the house where president trump who doesn't like the law govern publicans the hold up the president has long been skeptical of federal surveillance powers which he maintains were abused to monitor his campaign as part of the Russia probe the department of justice has now come out in opposition of the bill with Attorney General bill Barr saying he would personally recommend to president trump that he vetoed the legislation ABC's Jordyn Phelps in Washington covert nineteen may have been in the U. S. a lot earlier than when the pandemic lockdowns began the medical examiner in Chicago was going over old cases cook county medical examiner Dr pony Arun Kumar says they've already investigated more than thirty five hundred Kopet nineteen deaths since the pandemic began now her office is going back and reviewing cases dating back to November of twenty nineteen we've identified about thirty five of these cases and are looking at these cases individually with our epidemiologists to see if these could be related to corporate nineteen the medical examiner's office caseload is four times what it was before the pandemic Ribeiro ABC news Chicago Mitsubishi recall the automaker recalling more than two hundred twenty thousand older model outlanders in lancers from cold weather states and Canada parts of the suspensions can rust in the snow and ice detaching cause loss of control the recall to start in July this is ABC news Erica is in an economic tailspin president trump rebuilt the U. S. economy and you can do it again now newsmax TV's Chris Salcedo was looking at the lockdowns if you're invested.
"dr pony" Discussed on WGN Radio
"More than eleven hundred new cases of infection were being reported with a hundred and sixty more deaths they are grandparents and uncles and aunts and parents cousins children friends they had a whole lives that were cut short because covered nineteen knows no boundaries and only seeks to destroy we can never forget that total cases of covert nineteen in Illinois over one hundred and fourteen thousand and speaking of the number one hundred thousand one hundred thousand Americans in less than four months have died because of code nineteen Illinois legislators and their staff have been advised to get themselves tested recovered nineteen after a member of the bank of Springfield center staff tested positive for corona virus in the note from house speaker Mike Madigan's office the employee was not in this base that was used for the special session of the legislature or the public viewing area and only worked one day may twenty first Florida has come up with some new software allow its top selling police interceptor utility to heat up and neutralize covert nineteen Steve Tyler with Ford says the tech raises the vehicle's interior temperature two hundred and thirty three degrees for fifteen minutes reducing the viral concentration inside the vehicle by more than ninety nine percent is one more tool to help make sure that that vehicle can have a greater chance of being virus free the software is available for all twenty thirteen to twenty nineteen models of the Ford police interceptor utility those vehicles by the way are all built of the Ford assembly plant in Chicago some startling numbers from the cook county medical examiner's office says it handles thousands of coalbed nineteen deaths in the past three months WGN's Ryan borough cook county chief medical examiner Dr pony Arun Kumar says they've already handled sixty five hundred bodies this year they usually handle about sixty three hundred in a full year more than thirty five hundred of those deaths have been cold food related they've also seen an increase in overdoses and homicides compared to last year pre pandemic they were investigating twenty to twenty five bodies on an average day other at one hundred Dr ric Amar says they're also reviewing thirty five deaths dating back to November potentially linked to covert nineteen right per of WGN news Boeing is cutting more than twelve thousand jobs across the U. S. through a combination of layoffs and buyouts several thousand more job cuts are expected over the next few months as the aircraft maker deals with the travel downturn brought on by covert nineteen at the same time Boeing says it is going to resume production of the seven thirty seven Max which has been grounded for more than a year after two fatal crashes president trump is expected to sign some sort of an executive order today about social media so says White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany she didn't give any details on what will be in the executive order this coming after Twitter fact checked a couple of the president's tweets commenting on fraud in mail in voting Chicagoans will soon have more spaces outdoors that they can enjoy while also social distancing officials are taking the cue from some other cities and they're gonna close streets to vehicular traffic there's no official word out yet on the shared streets program but permits have already been pulled for a number of streets on the north the north west side including Leland between Lincoln and Sheridan and alderman Matt Martin's forty seventh ward this is an issue that we've been talking with city hall about for a number of weeks and I think we're at the point now where we've been able to solicit input we sensitised this with different aldermanic offices with the mayor's office with the community and I think now it's at the point where it makes sense for Chicago to move forward and the department of transportation website shows permits have been pull for three additional streets I'm David Jennings on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN geico has the insurance industry leading app.
"dr pony" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Shared grief today it's one of those moments Andy field ABC news Washington governor Pritzker releasing the latest numbers on Colbert nineteen Wednesday one thousand one hundred and eleven new covert nineteen cases in twenty four hours on the number of people who've died after two straight days of that number being in the thirties things change we have lost another one hundred and sixty Illinoisans in the battle against cove in nineteen hang our statewide total of lives lost to five thousand and eighty three Illinois is the fifth state to hit the five thousand mark the good county medical examiner's office is already autopsy at more than thirty five hundred bodies tied to cope with nineteen this year cook county medical examiner Dr pony are run Qamar says they're going back now and looking at cases going back as far as November of last year we've identified about thirty five of these cases and are looking at these cases individually with our epidemiologists to see if this could be related to corporate nineteen the medical examiner's office daily caseload isn't right now four times what it was before Colbert nineteen showed up homicides and drug overdoses are also up year over year Boeing is cutting more than twelve thousand jobs across the country through layoffs and buyouts and they're planning several thousand more cuts over the next few months as the company deals with a big downturn corona viruses slapped all the travel business and while the Boeing seven thirty seven Max is still not been given the green light to fly again by the U. S. government Boeing is starting production again at its factory in Renton.
"dr pony" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The expressway is on the tollway is only one small headache right now that's on the Kennedy inbounded Lawrence you've got a vehicle in the ditch be on the lookout for that as you move through the area the forecast from WGN Chicago weather center here's meteorologist Demetrius ivory we've seen showers and thunderstorms after an extremely warm day temperatures do cool down a little bit tomorrow as a cold front moves through tonight overnight low sixty seven tomorrow about an eighty percent chance for rain highs reach the low eighties then into Friday we're expecting to see rain early in the day sunshine by the afternoon high temperature in the low seventies Saturday and Sunday much cooler and were finally dry highs in the mid to upper sixties on WGN meteorologist Demetrius ivory the United States has hit that milestone one hundred thousand dead from Colbert nineteen on Twitter the president making no mention of the pandemic of the country passed the one hundred thousand deaths milestone instead tweeting about what he calls the greatest political crime against him with the Russia investigation his rival Joe Biden for moments in our history so Graham so heart rending there forever fixing each of our hearts shared grief today is one of those moments Andy field ABC news Washington hello governor JB Pritzker announced one thousand one hundred and eleven new covert nineteen cases in the state in the previous twenty four hours ever after two straight days of deaths in the thirties we have lost another one hundred and sixty Illinoisans in the battle against cove in nineteen hang our statewide total of lives lost to five thousand and eighty three your little is the fifth state to hit the five thousand mark and covert nineteen deaths in the U. S. the cook county medical examiner's office has already autopsy more than thirty five hundred bodies tied to cope in nineteen this year county medical examiner Dr pony our rug of ours as they're going to go back and look at cases going back to November of last year as well we've identified about thirty five of these cases and are looking at these cases individually without repeating me all that just to see if this could be related to corporate nineteen the Emmys office daily caseload is quadruple what it was.
"dr pony" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Safety WGN traffic here's Lauren marca up on Kennedy is backed up between Montrose and Sara right now is thirty three minutes to okay or twenty five back in with congestion around the interchange both sides of the ice and are between three ninety in the circle are thirty seven minutes I fifty five stopping around arsenal as well as river that's over in the construction zone abundant rain a slow run this guy waits twenty minutes to ninety fifth ends up on tri state is backed up around opted I'm more laughter from the IDOT traffic center reminding you to drive responsibly it really is a matter of life or death the news is next the first Tom skilling's forecast from the purpose the all weather center tonight mostly cloudy a thirty percent chance of showers and storms a low of sixty seven tomorrow mostly cloudy a seventy percent chance of showers and storms especially in the afternoon and evening a high of seventy eight a little bit cooler near the lake and Friday early morning showers possible partly cloudy high of seventy three cooler lakeside NASA has scrubbed the launch of SpaceX due to the weather it would have been the first manned mission for a private aerospace companies issues affecting the safety operation operational call hold hold hold on account of that launch control abort the launch of its now rescheduled for Saturday astronauts Robert bacon and Douglas Hurley will become the first astronauts to launch from U. S. soil it since twenty eleven the number of coronavirus deaths in Illinois have passed over five thousand in the last twenty four hours that have been over a thousand cases an additional one hundred sixty def that brings the total to over one hundred fourteen thousand total cases in Illinois cook county medical examiner Dr pony Arun Kumar announcing the offices already handle more cases in the first five months of twenty twenty than in previous years due in large part to the pan back this morning B. have lost three thousand five hundred and eighteen lives to cope with nineteen they've also lost more than two hundred and fifty lives to homicide and by my calculation more than nine hundred lives to opioid overdoses daily caseloads have been four times what they were before the pandemic the office is also reviewing thirty five deaths dating back to November they could also be corona virus related governor Pritzker says the ban on addictions in Illinois will be extended as the state prepares to move to the next stage of re opening the governor says the moratorium on throwing tenants.
"dr pony" Discussed on WGN Radio
"For business dot com to learn more and more laughter from the IDOT traffic center reminding you to drive responsibly it really is a matter of life or death the news is next but first the WGN forecast here's meteorologist minors after hours and thunderstorms once again as we go through the rest of the afternoon and into the early evening hours we hang on to the transfer hit miss showers and thunderstorms overnight as temperatures drop into the upper sixties under mainly cloudy skies will be mostly cloudy for Thursday showers and thunderstorms becoming likely especially in the later afternoon and evening hours highs in the upper seventies inland lower seventies by the lake front still could see a few showers early here on Friday morning and partly cloudy the rest of the day in the highs in the lower seventies but mid sixties at the lakefront mostly sunny here for Saturday and Sunday with similar temperatures both days inland highs in the upper sixties to near seventy but upper fifties to near sixty expected along the lake from the WGN weather center I'm meteorologist Mike Jensen we have some breaking news the Kenosha county sheriff's department confirming its assisting Chicago's ATF with an investigation of the stops us of an incident in the Sam's club parking lot no other details have been given at this point stay two to seven twenty WGN on this developing story the hatches closed at Cape Canaveral as the first rocket built by a private aerospace company is it's about to take American astronauts into orbit and it's getting ready to go and liftoff is scheduled at three thirty three this afternoon weather permitting there was a tornado warning in the area earlier today if the rocket takes off astronauts Robert bacon and Douglas Hurley will be the first astronauts to launch into space on US soil since twenty eleven the cook county medical examiner's office has already examined more than thirty five hundred bodies related to cope at nineteen this year and cook county medical examiner Dr pony Aeronca Maher says they're going back and reviewing cases dating back to November of twenty nineteen as well the fight about thirty five of these cases and are looking at these cases individually without epidemiologist to see if these could be related to corporate nineteen in Illinois today the state reporting one hundred sixty additional deaths taking the total deaths in the state the five thousand eighty three governor Pritzker addressing the violent Memorial Day weekend in Chicago while touring flooded areas along the Illinois river today he says there's money put aside in the budget to address the issue and funding again these.
"dr pony" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Cell street is closed between Walker and conservative rich work until two thirty there's a crash in Bloomingdale at army trail road west of Gary Moore knocked the WGN traffic central the forecast from the WGN Chicago weather center here's meteorologist Mike Jensen for scattered showers and thunderstorms once again as we go through the rest of the afternoon and into the early evening hours we hang on to the transfer hit miss showers and thunderstorms overnight as temperatures drop into the upper sixties under mainly cloudy skies will be mostly cloudy for our Thursday showers and thunderstorms becoming likely especially in the later afternoon and evening hours highs in the upper seventies inland lower seventies by the lake front still could see a few showers early here on Friday morning and partly cloudy the rest of the day in the highs in the lower seventies about mid sixties at the lake front mostly sunny here for Saturday and Sunday with similar temperatures both days inland highs in the upper sixties to near seventy but upper fifties to near sixty expected along the lake from the WGN weather center I'm meteorologist Mike chance eighty five right now and here AT Ford midway seventy three at Chicago's lakefront startling numbers from the cook county medical examiner's office today is it handles thousands of culvert nineteen deaths over the past few months WGN's Ryan burl has the story cook county chief medical examiner Dr pony Arun Kumar says they've already handled sixty five hundred bodies this year they usually handle about sixty three hundred in a full year more than thirty five hundred of those deaths have been cold food related they've also seen an increase in overdoses and homicides compared to last year pre pandemic they were investigating twenty to twenty five bodies on an average day other at one hundred Dr ric Amar says they're also reviewing thirty five deaths dating back to November potentially linked to covert nineteen right per of WGN news Boeing is cutting more than twelve thousand jobs through layoffs and buyouts with several thousand more jobs expected to be cut over the next few months of course the aircraft maker's dealing with a downturn in travel because by the pandemic the company says it will lay off sixty seven hundred U. S. workers this week another fifty five hundred or taking buyouts the company says its defense business is stable and will help blunt the impact for falling demand for passenger jets pay for CEOs top twelve point three million dollars at the biggest U. S. companies last year and the gap continued to widen between the chief executives and the workers there leading it would take a hundred sixty nine years for the typical employee at an S. and P. five hundred company to make what their top boss did just last year but in this pandemic hundreds of CEOs have also given up some of their salaries and stock awards governor Pritzker visited the merit does your north levy this morning he toured the flood preparedness operation along the Illinois river along with the Illinois department of transportation and the Illinois department of corrections the National Guard executed a plan to position a hundred and fifty thousand sandbags along the Illinois river to supplement local flood operation right now the river is it twenty five feet at major flood stage the governor deployed nearly sixty National Guard soldiers to assist with response efforts there if you're heading back to work next week for the first time since the pandemic IDOT is warning they're beginning a major construction project on the Jane Byrne interchange Tony quickly with IDOT says they're expanding the inbound Eisenhower to northbound Kennedy ramps to two lanes but they need to shut it down this summer in our traffic will be detoured.
"dr pony" Discussed on KOMO
"Murrow award for best newscast right ahead on launching a new era in space travel I'm Corwin hate whites today's SpaceX mission changes everything one hundred thousand deaths due to the corona virus outbreak a grim report from the medical examiner in cook county Illinois recording as many bodies this year than in all of last year county medical examiner Dr pony Arun Kumar says they've already investigated more than thirty five hundred Kopet nineteen deaths since the pandemic began now her office is going back and reviewing cases dating back to November of twenty nineteen we've identified about thirty five of these cases and are looking at these cases individually with our epidemiologists to see if these could be related to corporate nineteen the medical examiner's office caseload is four times what it was before the pandemic homicides and overdoses are also up this year compared to last year Ribeiro ABC news Chicago arts of New York continue to re open including Long Island today just outside of New York City meantime governor Andrew Cuomo met with president trump today at the White House to talk about other economic details like the infrastructure projects Michelle Franzen ABC news one thousand FM ninety seven seven sixty one degrees with bright sunshine in downtown Seattle at ten thirty one good morning I'm bill o'neill in for Tom other your top stories now from the call twenty four seven news center nearly sixty eight hundred Boeing workers nationwide getting laid off and that's just for starters last month chief executive Dave Calhoun said the company would respond to the coronavirus downturn by laying off fifteen percent of its commercial airplane workers now we says in a statement the first six thousand seven hundred seventy U. S. team members are getting layoff notices this week he adds quote I wish there were some other way Renton based Providence health system has received more than a half billion dollars in federal coronavirus relief even though Providence is one of the country's largest and richest hospital chains with cash reserves totaling nearly twelve billion dollars a Providence spokesperson tells The New York Times the grants help make up for the coronavirus losses protesters took to the streets in Minnesota after the death of a black man in police custody there video of officers arresting George Floyd Monday showed a policeman pending Floyd down with his knee on his neck for a number of minutes what could be heard saying he couldn't breathe four officers involved in the arrest of been fired this case is outraged many people here in our state we lost all our resources doing things with people say the right way no violations not even speaking about a revised instrument rainfall forced to gather politicians activist Andre Taylor says this community have the nation are now running out of options what is the recourse of hopeless people some people might want to go around and all of our get revenge Benjamin Shabazz's an imam at the alley slam center and is trying to keep the peace we want to make sure that people understand how to control and that anger that's almost Jonathan show a NASA astronaut hailing today's launch of a man SpaceX rocket as the beginning of a new era in space exploration Kamel's Corwin hake has more marine lieutenant colonel the coal man is not part of today's group but she's still pretty empty this is actually in a new era of human space flight today's scheduled launch of the SpaceX dragon capsule is the first launch of humans into space from American soil since the final shuttle mission in twenty eleven SpaceX becomes the first private company ever to fly humans into orbit and man tells ABC's Good Morning America that changes everything this will allow more folks folks other than just NASA astronauts to go to space for science technology your perhaps an artist would freeze up NASA to concentrate on its upcoming missions to the moon and Mars by the way colonel man is scheduled to fly to the international space station aboard the Boeing built star liner on its maiden crewed voyage next year Corwin hate komo news still to come her tribute is falling on angry years I'm Brian Calvert with the northwest singer told to stop honoring the medical community from her balcony but first it's ten thirty four global traffic.
"dr pony" Discussed on WGN Radio
"No payments until twenty twenty two visit my window works dot com for down to the penny price more laughter WGN traffic center forecast from the WGN Chicago weather center meteorologist Mike Jensen wore the same for the rest of today partly sunny plenty of humidity around the chance for scattered showers and thunderstorms inland highs in the mid eighties but lower to mid seventies at the lakefront mostly cloudy tonight Jefferson hit miss showers and thunderstorms with temperatures dropping into the upper sixties mostly cloudy skies for Thursday as well showers and thunderstorms becoming likely especially later in the day highs in the upper seventies inland lower seventies by the lake front maybe a few showers still into our eastern counties here Friday morning the rest of the day partly cloudy highs in the lower seventies in the mid sixties by the lake then mostly sunny on Saturday and Sunday but cooler temperatures forests inland highs in the upper sixties to right around seventy but will be about ten degrees cooler at the lakefront from the WGN weather center I'm meteorologist Mike Jensen eighty one degrees right now doe here in mid weight seventy seven at Chicago's lakefront cook county medical examiner Dr pony Iran Kumar announcing today the offices already handled more cases in the first five months of the year than in previous years all together that's due in large part to the cove in nineteen pandemic as of this morning we have lost three thousand five hundred and eighteen lives to cope with nineteen they've also lost more than two hundred and fifty lives to homicide and by my calculation more than nine hundred lives to opioid overdoses daily caseloads have been four times what they were before the pandemic he also the office is also reviewing thirty five deaths dating back to November that could be called the nineteen related County Board president Toni practicals defending her decision to veto a board resolution that would have allowed the releasing of the names of positive patients to.
"dr pony" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
"Right and now back to cat scale with your host shadow along with smoking and thunder from the studios of W. R. O. N. G. Clearly Minnesota okay. We'll communicate scape. Yeah and this. Is Your Friend Shadow. And we got smokey smokey. I'm good I'm feeling very good. The last time we talked to you had to choose clean to something they had to get cleaned and I was rubbing my but sometimes it happens okay. What a adrenal gland thing was it wasn't. I had an infection. I don't WanNa get into it so you're okay. Yeah I'm okay and it took me over there that Dr Pony from A. Oh that's I I go. You go to Hanoi Hannah Ohana Ohana. You know too bad. I don't WanNa see you. I don't know that don't that don't get me that. Don't send me okay. Well I go with Anna Kappa. You know I go to animal hospital. Live you on account. Yes it a lot of different animal hospital. Go which you stick your Rear End. And whatever it was that the smoky stuck his. We're in and what. What about you leukemia? Check like what's that get leukemia. I don't get no leukemia. I don't what are you talking about? It's probably something is a shot. Yeah I don't know about any of that stuff. Sometimes they stick a needle in me and I'm like what are you try? What is this about. What is this about shop or something? I know it's a shot for some. I don't know what they take me in. Your own is going to take you through these doctors. What about it do you get sick? I ain't been sick a day in my Leno. I said this tick well. They don't they do it But I mean for the Doctor. What did you just see? Let Me Tell You something folks those of you. Who are nuke. If you're a young cat and you have an owner that takes you and you get stuck in the ass with a needle is someone. I don't know tell me about it because I don't know but they tell me it's does get sick about something. I'm getting sick of listening to you. Not saying anything. You don't even know you guys don't know what time it is mystique. I don't know what time it is out on the street talking about. What are you talking about? You obey your wet behind you. Little Furball is not die. He'll I don't. They took me down one time and the doctor stuck sum up my rear end. Can you believe in this day and age laughs? You idiots take attemp agenda. I don't believe in doctors but you don't want you ain't got much choice to you. They're gonNA take you to the doctor. What are you GONNA do? You gotta sit there and take have something shoved up your rear end. Then a guy puts a needle and then they and they all this scratching your ears not. Isn't he handsome? I'm like get away from me. You know veterinary hospitals anyway. What we have today. We're GONNA talk to this. Got The Bella. Anything about this smokey. Yeah this is a cat you save the kid. Well yeah well. That's fantastic because you know here on cat scape anytime the story of heroism and true you know what do you. WanNa call remarkable Yeah very remarkable. Yeah very remarkable the behavior in a part of a cat. Well WE WANNA publicize it see. Then get the word out on cats that we're okay. Let let people die like in this story here. I'm reading. What is this chump. Whatever this guy's they says well you know you don't know what in a cat with saving a kid a WanNa play with a kid. Looks to me like it's going to save because the cat cut in front of the kid. We're GONNA talk to Bellevue on a show. We also got another round of how dumb dogs. Today's special prize. We got a can of what is it that Green Free Tuna can grain free tuna fee strike chicken and a bag of bright's freeze dried chicken. Very beautiful so it could be yours. Yes it could be yours if you you know we draw your name we get your opinions you know how dumb dog the best story right. Well basically that's what we do. We'll just draw a random draw random here when we get back with that so we'll take a break. We'll come back with a special guest here. Got To Bella from Bogota Colombia. And ask this guy. Is it a guy? Ask him about how he saved this kid from fallen down. These people are nuts. I'll say the nuts though boy all right so we'll have that for you coming back coming up and back right here in Chad. Scape SCAPE SHADOW. Smokey and thunder from W. R. O. N. G. Clear Lake Minnesota. Listen don't forget cat scape- escape to the land of cats and all all things cat. It's it's not escape. It's cats gave some people. A lot of people wrote in the landscape. Cats know about that escape. You can't escape presenting as escape so we wanted to get squared away. We're going to get that squared away and now back to cut scape with shadow spunky thunder. This is a portion of the program called Dumb Dogs. And you win yourself. Ah Canton right again. Grain free grain. Free Canada Yeah. That's the latest on. Beg A bright three strike. Yeah freeze.
"dr pony" Discussed on 16 Shots
"Actor based on your your years of experience, you're training your education, the thousands of tops. He's that you have both personally performed thousands more than you ever viewed supervised all of the medical information. The autopsy reports, the photographs, the toxicology reports, the videos. Determinate clause. If that's to look one McDonnell. Yes. What is the cause of death as multiple gunshot since Dr? What was the manner of to on McDonald, the manner of debt this homicide. From WBZ Chicago and the Chicago Tribune. This is sixteen shots. The police shooting of Liqun MacDonald I'm Jen white. The prosecution continued their case today in the murder trial of Jason Van Dyke. Today's testimony was largely focused on a meticulous walk through the autopsy of Liquan McDonald. It also focused on his medical condition at the scene of the shooting and at the hospital, Chicago Tribune reporter, Stacey Saint Clair was at the courthouse. Stacey testimony from the first two witnesses today spend a lot of time on when Liqun McDonald died, defenseless, pushing that McDonald was dead on the street. He came into the. No. Correct. He had no heart creek. So he was deadman came to. Correct. So can you tell us why this question of whether he was still alive where at least not dead when he got to the hospital, why this was important. That argument sort of captures two things for the defense. The first is it addresses the idea that the quantum McDonald's injuries were so grave and so serious that he was already dead on the scene. And therefore, when you see the video and you don't see any Chicago police officers do anything to help him, there's nothing they could have done. That's one of the ideas they wanna plant with a jury. 'cause because it doesn't look very good. It looks like they're indifferent to the to the death of this boy. And as we saw yesterday from the Cook County sheriff's officer, he was the only one at the scene who stopped looked at Liquan bent over him and told him to hang on that he could hear the ambulances coming and help was on the way police officers have told us previously that you know they're not supposed to give aid. It seems like that because they could make it were. Worse. They could aggravate the injuries further, but still that is a rough thing for the jury to see in sort of make sense of. The second thing that argument does is that the defense is clearly up an argument as to which shots where the lethal shots in this case, and they spent a lot of the day, sort of saying the first two shots to the quantum McDonald were one to his chest and one to his throat, and they both occurred while he was standing and both those shots caused such grievous injury that he couldn't have survived, and he died almost immediately from those shots. The fact is that the defense has been disputing that there were sixteen entrance wounds. Can you explain that the prosecution has to prove that there were sixteen shots because he's charged with sixteen counts of aggravated battery. They're trying to confuse the jury money things up a little bit, and that's what all good defense teams do in murder trials. While we would be the wounds with forensic pathologist. Dr. Pony Aren Kumar. McMahon, put up photos from the autopsy showing each wound Macron McDonald's body. Okay. Where is it located on the gunshot wound. Number one was on the head or the scalp on the left side. It was a gunshot great one and a half inches beneath the top of the head German pan did spend about ninety minutes going bullet by bullet through the Quan, McDonald's wounds, and that is meant to to show the jury, how serious, how horrific the shooting really was. And for most jurors, they'll tell you the worst part of their jury duty in a murder trial is the day. They see the autopsy photos because it's really something they, they've never seen before CSI or NCIS like really doesn't prepare you for sort of the brutality of those photos. And there were twenty four wounds exit and entrance wounds on the quantum McDonald's body and and they saw every single one of them sometimes. You know, more than once and they saw xrays of bullets that were lodged inside the Quan, McDonald's body and not that it's a very powerful day for any prosecution in a murder trial. And I think it was a powerful day for the prosecution in this one. What were your takeaways from defense attorney? Dan, Herbert, questioning of Dr Arnn Kumar right now, it's it's sort of more your typical murder defense in that you raise questions about every prosecution witnesses, accuracy, and whether you know they have the story, right? But really, you know, their defense strategy is going to be to convince the jury that Jason Van Dyke had a reasonable fear for his safety or the safety of the public. When he shot on McDonald and prosecution witnesses that were called today, just didn't offer the opportunity for them to hammer that message home to the jury. I would briefly touch on something that came up yesterday. We heard from another Chicago. Officer's name is David Ivanka vich. He had a taser and was headed to the scene when he heard the call over the radio. Why was his testimony important officer get testified on Monday that he followed the Quan McDonald on foot for for several minutes and had radioed for a taser unit to come, help him apprehend the Quan McDonald. And he said that made no aggressive moves and he followed behind him with his gun drop drawn, but never felt the need to to fire it because he'd never felt that he was in danger and he said he was just buying time into the tasers unit could get there. And so while they were waiting for the taser to come, that is when Jason Van Dyke and his partner, Joseph Walsh showed up and Jason Van Dyke soon began shooting. So Van Dyke fires. The first shot at nine fifty seven thirty five according to the video Aspen played in court and. And then the tasers officer when he testified yesterday, he sort of narrated a video of himself arriving and that video shows that he arrived at nine fifty eight and seventeen seconds. So less than fifty seconds after Liquan McDonald was shot. So when you think about the scope of the testimony today, what's the big takeaway for you after sort of a rough day yesterday for the prosecution, they basically reminded the jury, hey, the reason why we're here is because the defendant put. You know sixteen bullets into a seventeen year old, Chicago man. And here are the sixteen bullets in the twenty four bullet holes that that shooting created Stacey. Thank you. Thank you. Judge
"dr pony" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Wintrust business launch what's coming up. So what is the most packed millennials zip code in the country? What area I'm going to say Seattle Seattle? Okay. Wendy. I'm just gonna say Chicago, Chicago, really coach. Actually, I'm talking about one area. And it is the west loop in Chicago. It's got the highest thing. Seventy five percent of the people who live in six six six one are of millennials age seventy-five percent. So we're gonna talk about that a little bit later. Frank Senate will be here as well. And we're going to start getting early read on Rahm emanuel's book house, you're good at some of what's coming up in the next sixty minutes. Brought to you in part by American weather makers, the sixty minute Ben now, a look WGN news. This is the Steve Cochran show, celebrating the most value actually, the Steve Cochran show celebrates the most valuable person on the planet. Weekday mornings at seven twenty seven twenty WGN. Chicago smart speaker users just say play WGN radio and tune in the new sponsored by architect. Here's pondo. Thank you. Steve mostly cloudy, seventy four degrees right now at O'Hare. Let's get the business lunch numbers. The Dow up two hundred nine points S and P five hundred up about five and the NASDAQ down twenty two. Testimony about win. Liquan McDonald died is on day three officers. Jason Van Dyke is charged with first degree murder official misconduct and aggravated battery cook county's chief medical examiner. Dr pony Arun Kumar went through the autopsy report the injuries included multiple gunshot wounds on the role system abrasions on the face shoulder chest and.
"dr pony" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"And am fourteen 100 the patriot your questions real life real answers mm thank you and larry's father staff randolph elders says hard work who wins get out of life would you put into it and now here's larry elder when obama was applying best be benjamin netanyahu's my tax dollars rao with millions of others went over there influencing elections what what russia not a damn larry monday yarram referral utah forty honored entered irland automobile active eating from the '82 birth in the night the thing that they can't of the eighth funded a friday when he was awful anyway thank you the night greek who triple eight nine one s sag dietrich late nights at 174 around six forty five pm pacific time i'll be going beyond the hannity show with dr sebastian gorka talking about hillary going after trump for in her view treating russia to softly this is the woman who fervor in her basement uh and light about it then incinerated the classified information talk about jeopardising national security but we'll be talking about that later on on the hannity show now it hoped to talk to dr tony evans in the second hour of the show so dr evans has has come down he senior path group cliff bible fellowship over forty years has watched the he's a congressman grohl from ten people the 1970s picked over ten thousand congregants in hundred plus minute ministries he's also president of the urban alternative which are the national ministry also his show the alternative with dr tony evans can be heard on over 1200 radio outlet all throughout the country in more than one hundred thirty countries he also launched a tony evans training centre which will tell us about our last year up dr pony evans please thank you for for my for coming on my show i'm not gonna make any joke about you being an hour and a half late i'm not going to say anything about cp time i won't do that although i would never go there i could never do that anyway i know you're busy a lot of people wanna to talk to you and i'm happy able to take some time with us breakaway it'd be with you put him in so thank you for having me now tony we were talking this morning about both of us believe is the.