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02:36 min | Last month

"east aurora district" Discussed on WGN Radio

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"east aurora district" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:25 min | Last month

"east aurora district" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Steve Bertrand on 7 20. W G. N Historically the FDA rules in the direction of these panels and in this case with months of data indicating that this vaccine is safe and thus far 95% effective, the FDA is decision is all but imminent. Our own review panel is poised to review all available FDA data and based on all information to date, the team is optimistic that this vaccine can safely move forward Governor Pritzker on the Visor vaccine, There's word out of Washington on the advice vaccine as well. The FDA chief reportedly was pressured to approve it by tonight or be forced to resign that comes from Mark Meadows, the chief of staff. Both sides publicly are backing off that reporting. New York Times says it is likely to be approved tomorrow, coming up on Chicago's afternoon news waiting for the Supreme Court on the Texas election lawsuit. Also, we'll talk to East Aurora's district 1 31 superintendent. She wants all students to be bilingual by the time they get out of middle school and the Christmas star comes this year. It's the last time it came was when Galileo was alive Only once every 400 years will go to the Adler Planetarium for the latest on that Merry Vandevelde. It's ugly outside. Oh, my gosh. Yeah, Haven't seen travel times like this in a while. It's gonna be a nasty in Russia. You know, it's funny. You say that because I When I drive in, I've been thinking of that. I did even today that We're all supposed to be avoiding working again. But the traffic is heavier, even in dry weather than it's been since the pandemic started. I think I think it's just because there's only one person in each car. S O there. You know the people that are going to work or not carpooling or taking metra or anything like that, So they're all in a car by themselves. I think it just shows some fatigue as well. You know, we're all tired of his Kevin Powell is in sports today. I know you're on the edge of your seat for Chicago Bulls preseason basketball tonight, Steve. Well, I've been ripping him left and right that mostly out of ignorance, though. I really don't know anything. What did they look like? I think there should be some or interest this year. Because you do have some core guys. I don't think they're gonna win. Anything of significance is here. But what sort of strides gonna make they have a new coach and Billy Donovan made a bit of a splash. And and mostly a new front office with our tourists, Karnishovas leading the way he's head of basketball operations, So it's the first time in a long time guard Pax Car. Forman and John Paxon aren't leading the way when it comes to Bulls. Roster decision and things like that. So I think there is a little bit more buzz around the Bulls this year than they have been in recent years and, of course, market basketball in action tonight, Steve Are they? Really? Yeah. I did not know that. Who are they playing? U c l A. Oh, I didn't know that. Okay, Good. I gotta leave early. I guess another 30. You got a West Coast. We got plenty of time. All right. We'll continue to focus on that throughout the afternoon. Kevin Lauren Latka is in the WGN news. See today Kim is off this week. And as you said, Steve, we're all kind of watching the FDA to see if will they really possibly Approved the vaccine tonight, after all the mixed reports about the White House pressuring the FDA to move forward with this, so all eyes are on that in terms of Illinois Governor Pritzker said. They're ready. And also cases were down today. So that that was a little bit of positive news. But deaths are still really, really high. And the rest of the country is reporting. What seems to be that post Thanksgiving search now, so you know, I want the vaccine out as soon as absolutely possible, right? But if you're trying to talk the country Into getting it publicly pressuring the FDA into approving it isn't gonna serve that purpose. But at the same time I get the idea. You know what more important thing do you have to do right now? That's keeping you from approving it. Get that, so we'll see. I like I said The New York Times is reporting tomorrow, but we'll see if it happens later today, it seems as if it's almost certainly going to happen. It's just a matter of when you never had a report on the lawsuit out of Wisconsin in the news, Yes. So the one that won most recently filed in Wisconsin by President Trump was disregarded today. Again. So you know, it's just another number of many lawsuits that has gone nowhere in terms of turning over. They've not had much success will talk to brew totals and coming up just after the next break. Bird, of course, is Great elections lawyer has joined us from time to time, so I want to talk to him about the Electoral College meets on Monday. I don't think any of us expects anything to end soon, but that should be another. Sort of key sort of nail in the coffin when it comes to putting this election to bed, so we'll talk to Burt about that. And the lawsuit coming out of Texas Elise Glink here later this hour to talk about what's going on with the stimulus and your money and a little bit later, we're going to talk to Dr Jennifer Norrell. She is the superintendent of East Aurora School. They got a great program there where they're starting. They started last year. I think trying to make sure that all the kids coming up K through eight, I believe are bilingual. By the time they get out, they're starting with kindergartners. So sort of an interesting program. There will talk to Dr Neural coming up. Ah, little bit later on the afternoon news right now, Mary's watching those travel times and the rain. And Iranian 42 rain and wind sport tonight Low 41 end rainy and windy once again tomorrow Chance of snow, mostly in the northwest suburbs High of 41 Eaton's is OK. But the Kennedy at the airport, 34 minutes.

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"east aurora district" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:37 min | 3 months ago

"east aurora district" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Chicago's North West Side, who lost four of her uncles to the virus. She and her 30 year old son are also recovering from covert 19 memorial that we had for everybody that we lost during Covic it brain A lot of people together to remember all these that we lost. We lost fathers. We lost brothers Way lost Uncle's something just to keep them. You know, in memories. It was an awesome ceremony. Otero says the memorial helped her cope with the pain of losing her uncles as well as gave her strength. She needs to continue her recovery from the Corona virus. Jim Goddess, NewsRadio 105.9 FM. Their laptops will remain their constant school day buddies until at least next year for some students in East Aurora 68% of parents who responded to a survey from East Aurora District, 1 31 said they wanted to stay in remote learning. That was one of the data points reference by Superintendent Jennifer Nora when she announced it a video to families. The K through 12 district would remain out of school buildings until January. We are fully aware of the fact that no matter which decision we were to make whether to return to hybrid or whether to continue remote learning We would not make everyone happy with our decision. She says The district's specialists will be working to address parent's concerns about the social and academic ramifications of the move on their Children. And see Hardy NewsRadio. 105.9 FM People along Louisiana's Gulf Coast or getting ready for Hurricane Delta is expected to come ashore late today is a strong category two storm pretty close to where Hurricane Laura hit six weeks ago. This is CBS News meteorologist.

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"east aurora district" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:27 min | 3 months ago

"east aurora district" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Farmers now for the legal something available in every state only available, it's like farmers policies of its terms. Conditions underwritten by farmers struck a fire insurance exchanges are 8 11. It will be 2021 before some students in East Aurora return to their classrooms in person. 68% of parents who responded to a survey from East Aurora District, 1 31 said they wanted to stay in remote learning. That was one of the data points reference. By Superintendent Jennifer Nora. When she announced it a video two families, the K through 12 District would remain out of school buildings until January. We are fully aware of the fact that no matter which decision we were to make whether to return to hybrid or whether to continue remote learning We would not make everyone happy with our decision, She says. The district's specialists will be working to address parent's concerns about the social and academic ramifications of the move on their Children. Nancy Hardy, NewsRadio 105.9 FM. City leaders in Sycamore say the tap water is safe to drink. But some residents say they have independent tests. They show their tap water may have unsafe levels of lead. Brian Gregory is the city manager comply with all the standards. The testing is done in the fashion that the requires and at the end of those results. What they indicate is that the water is safe for consumption. Homeowner Amber keep No says she believes Gregory's being honest, but I think for far too many years they have ignored the residents and downplayed the issues. But I don't believe that. To cover anything up, but I don't think they gave it the attention that it deserves. Gregory sense possible sources of the lead our pipes and plumbing fixtures in homes, especially those built before 1986. Hey, when at command is facing federal charges in an alleged price gouging scheme connected to the pandemic, 60 year Old Creek or Pepe Zoonie is accused of illegally hoarding thousands of scarce and 95 respirator masks in March and April of this year, then selling them online for an average markup of more than 230%. He owns Concorde health Supply in Skokie, Your AC You weather five day forecast and the latest on a really great night for the bears. All of that coming up. It's 8 13. Stay in the No on demand. Download the W BBM all local podcast updated several times each day from NewsRadio 7 81 5.9 FM..

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"east aurora district" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

04:28 min | 5 months ago

"east aurora district" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"For a lot of crisis going on in our community, and there's limited resource, not limited resource. We have a lot of resources. There's a lot even in good times for a presidential visit. Sheriff David Beth also declined to say what having the commander in chief in town will mean for his department for me to give my opinion to flee on that right now. It doesn't matter. I know that he is coming and we're going to be doing our best to protect him. Cruiser pledges His budget for next year will include money for police body cameras and see Hardy NewsRadio 105.9. FM President Trump's most prominent challenger, Democratic nominee, Joe Biden, told audience in Pittsburgh today that his opponent has deliberately fanned racial divisions. In Kenosha and other places this president long ago forfeited any moral leadership in this country. We can't stop the violence because for years he's for mended it. White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany, meantime, rejected that suggestion, saying the president is dedicated to preserving law and order. Absolutely not. He is not rooting for more violence in the slightest again, mechanisms says the president will not formally comment on the case against any acting major Kyle Rittenhouse, who prosecutors say shot and killed two people during protests in Kenosha last Tuesday. They're lifeless is the scientific has caused a massive $1.2 billion budget shortfall. The mayor also says looting has accounted for some of the challenges that the city's budget will be facing this year. And next, The criminals have broken two stores helping themselves to somebody else's property. Shattered hopes and dreams and confidence in Chicago as a place that can sustain lives and livelihoods, And unfortunately, fear begets fear. The mayor's view. The budget can't be balanced only with funding from Washington concessions from, say, the unions a new revenue, she says. Everything remains on the table, including a property tax increase. Today was the first day of school for the 14,000 students in East Aurora district, 1 31, and for hundreds of kindergartens that marked kindergartners and marked the start of a new dual language program for the district. The 1000 kindergarten students will be learning English and Spanish. Next year. It'll be kindergartners and first graders until all students in the district are learning two languages. Dr Rita Guzman says. One model will be a 50 50 model where we have English dominant students. And we have Spanish feminist students face on a language proficiency exam that we gave them to see what language they develop. We will also have an English dominant teacher. In a Spanish dominant teacher and students will be switching between subjects to be able to be exposed to both languages. The other model is 80 20, in which predominantly Spanish speaking students will learn mostly in Spanish and will be introduced more slowly. The English It's hoped that when they all graduate from high school, they'll all be bilingual and Mohr employable. Ernie Boy, NewsRadio 105.9 FM. The pandemic has changed to the workplace for a lot of people in one local attorney says has also changed the nature of workplace romance. Jeremy Glenn is a labor and employment lawyer at Cosign O'Connor in Chicago. Companies that have no dating policies do so because they want to avoid a conflict of interests, or one has the ability to impact The pain or promotion or career opportunities of the other. And with many working from home for the past few months, Glens is keeping an eye on things has become a bit more difficult, especially with most communication taking place over email, text or video conferencing. But there are still ways for employees to be busted. An individual who uses any type of work communication device is subject to the employer policies about conduct. And communication in recent weeks, cleanses his office has heard from several conservative clients about employers overstepping when it comes to work from home boundaries. Annie Day News Radio 105.9 and advisor to President Trump trying to boost support today for offering in person learning during the Corona virus pandemic. White House Pandemic advisor Dr Scott Atlas is the goal of testing is to protect the vulnerable not to shut things down with everybody in the world is asymptomatic and they test positive will. So what? I mean, that's not the goal here. That's not not the way to look at it. The way to look at it is who is sick and how do we prevent the people who are highly vulnerable from getting city White House approach has drawn legal challenges from Florida's teachers unions, who argue a school reopening order last month violates a guarantee of safe and secure public schools under the state's constitution. Traffic and weather coming up. It's for 36. I'm enrolling in Medicare soon and.

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"east aurora district" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:45 min | 5 months ago

"east aurora district" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Tomorrow holds, but rather what will you hold tomorrow? Would it be the breakfast, Bacon ater or the honey Butter? Chicken biscuit? No matter what you choose tomorrow's looking good. Participating US wedgies when it comes to giving your child equality education from home experience matters online Learning might be new for your family, but Laurel Springs School has been doing this for nearly 30 years. They're flexible learning programs designed for students in kindergarten through 12th grade offer challenging and diverse courses. Laurel Springs is an education solution that's ready for whatever the future holds. Register your child at laurel springs dot com slash smart today and receive a waved registration fee. That's laurel springs dot com slash smart Baby of news time. 9 11 Most Aurora public schools will begin the year with remote learning, but they're taking steps to make sure some in person services continue after a remote start. East Aurora District 1 31 Superintendent Jennifer Norrell says they're working to bring in special needs students in small groups on Thursdays for services they can't get remotely. We do have that as the day that all of our related service providers are Pts. I will be there to be able to service those students and we will bus bus them in and make sure they're safe and healthy while they're here. Many of the district's continue to offer food to low income families, as they have since March. Superintendent John Sparling of Oswego District 30 wait that serves some Aurore students says they've given out 1500 meals a day. The meals will be delivered to their homes. A couple of a couple days a week for those students who have signed up for that. Nancy Hardy NewsRadio 105.9 FM. The University of Illinois at Chicago will require weekly covert 19 testing for thousands of its students and employees starting Monday, sometimes reports this includes all students and staff who live on campus, all athletes and athletic staff. As well as performing arts students and staff. The tests will cover about 2000 USC students and staff. DePaul University is moving the vast majority of its fall classes online, as well as limiting its residential halls to students. You have exceptional circumstances. The Tribune reports. The school announced that there was a reasonable way to open the dip all campus to the full extent that was originally planned while effectively protecting students and staff from the virus. But the school said That it just could not find such away under the current covered 19 situation that Paul had planned to deliver as many classes as possible on campus this fall. Until this change in plans, we'll check the AccuWeather five day forecast and get the latest in sports, including winds on both sides of town in baseball. W BBM NEWS Time. 9 13 Chicago's.

"east aurora district" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

04:03 min | 5 months ago

"east aurora district" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Our top local story on NewsRadio W. BBM Mayor Lori Lightfoot is kicking off a project to look at all memorials in public art in Chicago to help determine what should stay in what should go long time. Civil rights leader Jesse Jackson called the loot The destruction of property, civil wrongs without justification, and he's troubled by some members of the Black Lives matter Movement who publicly said they feel it's okay for protesters to take things from high end stores has happened this week. Robert Jackson says those activists are playing into fears stoked by a so called law and order president. Still, he doesn't discount the reasons behind anger in the community looting. The people's property is that is that is that is not right. It's embarrassing and humiliating. On the other hand, was driving this thanks. The gap between so was other Chicago If people are hungry, Jackson says, feed them if they are jobless, give them jobs. But looting, he says, takes away the movement's moral authority. Craig del Amore NewsRadio 105.9. FM. Most Aurora public schools will begin a year in remote learning, but are taking steps to make sure some in person services continue. After a remote start. East Aurora District 1 31 Superintendent Jennifer Norrell says they're working to bring in special needs students in small groups. On Thursdays for services they can't get remotely. We do have that as the day that all of our related service providers are teeth, Pts I will be there to be able to service those students and we will bus bus them in and make sure they're safe and healthy While they're here. Many of the district's continue to offer food to low income families, as they have since March. Superintendent John Sparling of Oswego District 30 wait that serves some Aurore students says they've given out 1500 meals a day. The meals will be delivered to their homes. Couple of a couple days a week for those students who have signed up for that. Nancy Hardy NewsRadio 105.9 FM, The Oak Grove Village Commercial driver's license facility will remain closed until August 22nd. It's because an employee has tested positive for covert 19 all employees were being quarantined for 14 days in the facilities being deep cleaned. Secretary of State Jesse White is extended all expiration dates to November, so customers do not need to rush into driver services facilities. Illinois health officials report 1645 new cases of Corona virus. The state is also announcing 16 more deaths from the virus. Illinois now approaching 200,000 total cases since the start of the pandemic six months ago. The death toll is now 7672. Governor Pritzker expected to address the latest on cove it when he speaks live coming up about 20 minutes from now, and you will hear him live here on NewsRadio. Wcbm news time to owe a traffic and weather together on the eights. Here's Claire Lane. Traffic. Certainly starting to pick up some steam here, But you're still good on the Edens Up on Dik is building it is 22 to Mannheim. It is 35 minutes to reach 3 90 Silver coming in 37 from 3 90 23 coming in from Mannheim Stevenson. That'll take you quite a bit of time here is already 1/2 an hour ride to hit the tristate 42 veterans. Inbound. Just 34 from 3 55 24 from 2 94 Where you're certainly solid is the North bound side of I 55 year jam from Ren Work Toe 1 26 crash and the two right lanes car went into the ditch. But on the Rhine is 22 about his 26 57 in the Bishop Ford Still alright, lecture Dr. Crowded for you, South bound as you around the Oak Street curve that delay let's up. Once you get past Chicago Laugh on ly tollway That's giving you trouble is a north bound. Try Sid a soul before the mile Long bridge got roadwork in the left lane. They're scheduled for the next 50 minutes. We'll let you know if when that changes The eastbound 80. This is as you are 3 55 report of a crash Their sluggish in Eastbourne 80 94 headed into Indiana. Torrance to Cal you met Bird is 65 still slow on the toll road Heavy 49 to Willow Creek would help us with our coverage. Call us W. BBM Traffic tip line. It's a 557 80 road. Ex traffic report to 18. He's ready of 7 80 won a 5.9 FM sunshine in Chicagoland throughout the rest of the afternoon..

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"east aurora district" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:43 min | 8 months ago

"east aurora district" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Resurgence of corona virus because of all these people are together with social distancing may be difficult if not impossible and some people may not be wearing masks Dr Anthony Fauci director of the National Institute of allergy and factions diseases talk to WTOP radio in Washington DC the congregation of large crowds at a time and in a in an area geographic area where clearly there is active infection transmission it's it's a perfect set up for further spread of the virus in the sense of creating these clips which might turn into some surgeons Dr Sachi says people have the right to demonstrate peacefully and the only thing public health officials can do is warn them to be careful with trips to the ocean and lakes canceled because the coronavirus do it yourself tools for the backyard have become all the rage wouldn't it be great to get the little ones outside to have some fun I've don't you look for something to do because a lot of time in horses getting old Kerry Galvin really can't keep above ground pools in stock at his spot king in Kingston New York despite prices up to five thousand dollars to the rescue D. I. Y. influencer Savannah McNeil in Nashville the first thing you're going to want to do is to get your starting on a very level surface the galvanized steel that she bought at a tractor supply store for just a few hundred dollars has become a huge hit thanks to detailed instructions on her web page with tips on filter pumps paint jobs and many wooden decks Deborah Rodriguez CBS news some students in Aurora will receive remote learning during summer school the beacon news reports west Aurora school district one twenty nine east Aurora district one thirty one and as we go based school district three oh eight are among the area districts that will be doing this an executive order issued Thursday by governor Pritzker gave Illinois schools an option to hold in person summer classes but the Aurora area officials said planning to use remote learning for the summer session began months ago and they decided to stick with it for now a man who was shot in the south suburbs overnight has died at a hospital in Indiana the Lake County coroner's office adding the man is twenty seven year old park forest resident Ramon Butler junior he was shot several times in the fourteen hundred block of diplomat Avenue in Ford heights sometime after one o'clock this morning he was taken to a hospital in dire where he was pronounced dead the cook county sheriff's office which handles police duties for Ford heights has not provided any further details if you're among the many still working remotely ask your smart speaker to play WBBM newsradio for all the latest developments we'll check the top trending stories and sports coming up next W. B. M. news time twelve forty two.

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"east aurora district" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"east aurora district" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Michael still pouring rain on parts of Georgia and the Carolinas. CBS news has the latest. Suburban officials are calling for air quality tests after concerns from neighboring community. Former first lady Michelle Obama's launching an effort to help girls around the world and the fortieth president is back in a digital PolyGram. WBZ sports. Josh lists Kamaruddin, Cam ward. And the Blackhawks are work in Minnesota tonight. Longtime bulls assistant Tex winter has died. The bears are in the heart of their workweek prepping for Miami more at forty five WB began business. The Dow's down thirty two now SNP down six NASDAQ is up fifteen points. Wendy high today of only fifty forty-three at O'Hare. Now. CBS news special report, it's the day after. The massive hurricane in Florida. Florida's Gulf Coast, panhandle and Big Ben are waking up to unimaginable destruction. So many lives have been changed forever. So many families have lost everything avenue. Rick Scott on the destruction. Wrought by Michael homes are gone isn't scissor gone, roads and infrastructure along. The storm's path have been destroyed more than four hundred thousand homes and businesses have no power in Florida CBS's. Peter King is in Tallahassee. Urgency officials are asking people not to try to go back to the coast this morning. There are a lot of roads that are simply blocked with debris the flooded areas. You just don't know what's underneath the water could be deep. There could be power line Michael morphed into a tropical storm this morning as it moved north and east through Georgia into South Carolina. At least two people were killed, including an eleven year old girl in Georgia officials say her home was hit by a carport. CBS news special report, I'm Deborah Rodriguez. WBZ news time nine thirty two officials in Burr ridge. Plan to spend thousands of dollars to ensure the air in the suburb is safe to breathe plans to test up to twenty sites throughout the village. Come following the release of EPA reports that suggest that steroid genyk say willowbrook based sterilization company is releasing chemicals into the air that may cause cancer. The Tribune reports the testing Burridge is expected to cost about eighty thousand dollars. Despite some residents calling on elected officials to ensure the plant shuts down and a similar request from governor rounder. It continues to operate anti-gay NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. State health officials now reporting nine diagnosed cases of the rare disease acute flaccid, Maya lightish in Illinois, Dr Shunde of metro infectious disease consultant, tell CBS to the disease strikes without warning after masquerading as a cold or the flu leaving it's young victims virtually unable to move or breathe originally was recognized in Colorado. Now, you're finding. Cases in Canada. You're finding cases where people are looking hard for children with this basically a paralysis like homeless, a FM has no known cure, a two year old Batavia girl diagnosed with a FM regained much of her arm and leg movement, but a full recovery may take years, and he Chicago today, there's free blood testing for lead for children ages six months to seven years old. It'll be at the King Center parking lot on Melville avenue from two to seven PM. This includes zone to the US as laid Superfund site and the candy met neighborhood. However families with children who live near other sites. EPA has been sampling soil for lead can also be tested. EPA officials say it could take up to another three years to excavate the remaining contaminated yards in the US as lead Superfund site. Bob Conway, NewsRadio one zero five point nine FM. WBZ news time nine thirty four. A mother is suing the east Aurora district in principle of his daughter's elementary school claiming they ignored her warnings at a kindergarten teacher was alleged child predator. The woman identified as Jennifer dough in the suit says she went to the principle of bardwell elementary in two thousand fourteen after her daughter complained about alleged sexual abuse by a teacher, and she says nothing was done. The teacher one Donna was arrested for years later this past March and was charged with eighteen felonies, including predatory criminal sexual abuse and aggravated sexual abuse in the lawsuit. The beacon news reports the mother claims the alleged abuse of her daughter got worse after she complained to principal twyla Garza, Mike Crausser, NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. Obama foundations launching an initiative aimed at giving girls around the world a better chance of getting an education, the alliance website highlights programs and offers ways for the public to support them. Chicago-based town Dacian says more than ninety eight million adolescent girls. Worldwide who are not in school. Has been substantial research on the health dangers of sitting at work, but what are the benefits of working while standing a British study suggests that working at so called sit stand height adjustable desks improves performance physical problems.

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"east aurora district" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"east aurora district" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Members of the union that represents teachers office and support staff in east Aurora district. One thirty one held a rally today to get their message across negotiations between the two sides stall first week in August after talks began in February the union, president says he believes a union and the district or close to reaching an agreement on heat pay increases, but they're not close on salaries for office support staff the next bargaining session set for September twenty nine police say a violent struggle in a sheriff Phil Indiana store this week was started by an attempt to use counterfeit mantra Twenty-seven-year-old Carl marquee Smith is charged with attempted robbery resulting in bodily injury and robbery police say the man entered the WalMart Thursday afternoon for a woman was caught attempting a wire transfer with mostly counterfeit bills Smith became violent in the store allegedly pushing a manager taking money from a register. And injuring another employee as well as a seventy four year old veteran we helped keep him from leaving the store, according to the northwest Indiana times federal authorities are now investigating the use of the counterfeit cash. Andy day, NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. Chicago commodities firm is paying a seven figure settlements who saddle allegations of spoofing Geneva. Trading USA will pay one and a half million dollars after admitting it created and then canceled fake orders to induce favourable transactions. The practices called spoofing and the company said at least three of its traders engaged in spoofing between twenty thirteen in two thousand sixteen. The order is involved futures contracts that were traded at these Chicago Mercantile Exchange Geneva trading settled with.

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