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"hyde park school" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Page and to get more details on all of our upcoming events so sorry that that got canceled for now really does have rescheduled so added to your calendar now September sixteenth at the brickyard it should be fantastic I love September in Indiana it's always a great month and not just because the kids are all back in school but that weather is starting to change just a little bit so the mornings are a little cooler and everything feels like it settled into a happy place to put it on your calendar September sixteenth golf for kids come and support our kids going to camp all right I wanted to share just a fun story you know it seems like we've got all of this business with corona virus it's just every day there's good news and there's bad news but there's not a lot of fun news out there and it's nice to have a story where it's the silver lining as you know when the airlines were shut down in air travel to and from Europe was shut down there were a lot of very disappointed students who had school trips planned to go either through college or through their high school and visited maybe a foreign country for the very first time in their lives and those trips all got canceled it's incredibly disappointing disappointing for anyone but there's a school system that's down in Austin Texas called the Hyde Park schools they actually have a a whole week when they go out and give back in the community called go weak and one of the planned projects for go week was actually a a an overseas project where they had a group of the kids who were going to go to Northern Ireland and donate their time volunteering their time for a project in Ireland a lot of the other kids especially the younger kids were gonna stay closer to home closer to Austin and do service projects there but this particular group of high school students were going to go all the way to Northern Ireland to give back during that week of course their trip was canceled and instead of just moaning and complaining as I think that the stereo typical teenager would have done these kids are like no no no no no we can still do something and so what they decided to do was to help out in their own home town they came to the salvation army shelter and as a group built new shelves and sorted clothing and helped to transform that shelter in that shelter space what an amazing blessing they not not only did they go to the salvation army but that whole week they went to different locations every single day they went to the Texas school for the blind they went to a place called Saint Luke's on the lake they went all over the place and we're able to still give back so even though you know they didn't go to Northern Ireland they didn't get their wonderful trip they still found it in their hearts like you know what let's keep giving back to our community and you know this isn't just happening in Austin it's happening all over we saw it here in Indianapolis we've seen it across Indiana we're people who their normal lives were disrupted but they said this is an opportunity for me to give back in a different way so thank you to those students in Austin thank you to everybody who has taken a little bit of time during this call that nineteen crisis to give back whether you made a donation online or you gave back with some volunteer work or maybe he just picked up the phone and called an elderly neighbor who might be isolated and needed some words of encouragement thank you for taking a little bit of time to create your own little silver lining on the situation all right let me go ahead and introduce our guest he's waiting very patiently like all of our guests these days it's a phone in but that's okay we've got lieutenant Josh Hubbard from the salvation army eagle creek core right here on the west side of Indianapolis lieutenant Josh welcome to the program Hey thank you all right so you know there's a lot going on in the world right now but the salvation army is not shut down we are still up and running we're still going let's start off by just telling us a little bit about what you guys did how you changed your services at the salvation army's eagle creek center to still serve the community but do it in a safer way during this during this time of Corentin yeah we yeah it kind of the struggle I mean the salvation army's mission has always been the human need and I'm a people kind of look at what we're doing what we're gonna do I keep telling them all are gonna keep me need and there is no lack of need at the time so that's what we're doing is we're trying to meet people and their needs so a couple are big concerns where I resources for people how are people going to get things that they need who basic necessities are specially with a lot of people getting laid off worker not working as much or whatnot so we can ma'am our food pantry as much as we can with the resources that we have so we're doing that angrily cannot act that adding people to let them drive your car back and if you have been a participant in our pantry becoming like normal you drive up like mom all the punch your card and if not we just have quickly take here life and would give you food and the next time we kind of get you set up why why you're not here we do that is there again actually people so we're doing that as well as we're playing together and hospitality educational bags for young people we realize kids are not in school and not many of them are doing school that many of them don't necessarily have to religion that kind of keeping them on track to plan together that's fine by with different materials and curriculum that when people come into our building for four or four six interest until last we can give them those resources so there's a couple things that we've added and help you know meet the need like I mentioned well we talk a lot about food and we talk about in security at something that is a reality for those of thousands of Hoosiers and your food pantry in your feeding programs are serving people on the west side of Indianapolis year round but obviously something like this is putting some extra strain on on that pantry how can people who are listening help can they do donate to that pantry of what kind of items are you looking for yeah yeah we are pantry is completely donation based so what kind of ads need well of of what we get so if someone wanted to help honestly not the best way that they can help because it's safe to drop things off and go back home with you your social distancing our social isolation so we would welcome any donations of food non perishables preferably on we also have a freezer so if someone wanted to donate me actually frozen that we can hand out to families were also taking just household items cleaning products toilet paper I know that's like asking for gold right now but people are taking giving out to people I'm so any of those things if someone were to think you know what do I need right now all you have to have an idea of the toleration to give back to people in need well it's interesting you know I was talking to somebody the other day who has a baby at home and they were running low on baby wipes and really concerned that they were going to be able to find baby wipes is that something else that you can have in your pantry yeah baby wipes diapers feminine hygiene products all of those things things that people need that I mean now is really the test of time that that were running low on and so we want to provide those resources but we can only provide those resources so we would take all those things to get back out to people I'm talking right now to lieutenant Josh Hubbard he's with the salvation army's eagle creek corps community center from the west side of Indianapolis and obviously we're serving the population during this time of crisis but you are open year round your serving that community year round so let's talk a little bit about that facility and what it means for that community for the west side of Indianapolis to have access to the eagle creek corps community center yeah we we hear arguments are open year round and that looks a little different depending on the heat and but one thing that I think the more mark accomplished our mission get to our goal of being here is just a reminder state place for people which is being active right now because no one can be in our building in mass numbers but we want to be a safe place until after what we strive to DO and all of our programming we have a lot of new programs and I love the kids want to learn how to play the sport but in the end I just want them to be in a safe place in the world in our neighborhood is often times not a safe place even if we only get our in our gym it in our in the place in this past Christmas hi I'm actually we got a call from a parent who they moved in the buses to bring her kids the apartment building next door to our building she didn't know what you're gonna do with her kids while she was at work she didn't get off in time to meet them at the last stop in so she called us she said can can I just come here building and I will have a regular program like I would just kind of covers everything in different programs he said you know I sure we were there walking the comic art homework in she said thank you so much I was so worried that my kids work and have a safe place bush is like touched my heart and I sat I am so glad that you think the college on the day place we're going to keep your kids on like I made there that and the image of this mother had of where her kids can go she thought the population on the and it just reminded me okay we're we're doing it you know we may not know about we're doing our times we kind of see all like when I'm doing it long enough well that was in my mind it I need it back we are doing it we are creating a difference we are creating a safe place for young people and adults to be well and and you know what I've seen the kids are having fun there and you know you've got your little ballet dancers and you're asking Paul leaks and all of that they're always having so much fun and you can tell that they're very comfortable in that space and the parents are comfortable bringing them and having them participate in your program so you know you guys really run a tight ship well done thank you well and I do want to talk a little bit about how we're helping those kids in those individuals but how the salvation army through the pathway of hope program is taking a more holistic approach looking at Hamleys and how to help out families explain for people who might have never heard of it might it might not have heard of pathway of hope before what is this program and why why does the salvation army have pathway of hope sure sure athlete hold is.
"hyde park school" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Of stealing more than a hundred thousand dollars from the Hyde Park school system before leaving work at a different school system should be ported Lee at a breach of the school's finances Kathleen Adam and Clara apparently was using her personal credit card because she gets a bonus points or stuff like that would be a charge something's up and then turn the receipts into the school system and say these were school things and get paid for that and over the course of four five years accumulated a hundred thousand dollars worth of funds from this school district now she's been arrested obviously but my gosh what can a low person steals from the school systems that are already having a hard time being funded paying for school teachers in the getting things done I've heard worse knows there's a lot of people out there who will take advantage of any scam they can get their hands on so there's one I was trying to remember maybe later I'll bring it up but or something very similar happened a school sizzling was a bookkeeper somebody that just scanned about a bunch of money eventually two or three years down the road they figured it out but I'm off to go back to that one Africa now she said the that she carefully concealed all this kind of stuff and what I found kind of interesting was later they said yeah we uncovered in through an audit then it wasn't all that much money so it's a you know like a hundred thousand dollars is a lot of money yeah no I think that's a lot of that we were talking about the parents are suing the Texas chili parlor the claim is that the restaurant over serve their daughter too many drinks that she got on a bicycle and headed down the MLK and then was hit head on by a car and when you come and talk about you know so what is the responsibility of a restaurant or a bar and obviously you know if if they can tell somebody is really intoxicated they should cut him off sure and then what well generally speaking they shouldn't over serve someone that they knowingly is one of the note was over the limit or no this is not in control of their faculties right and so they have to go through training another bartenders and everybody through training to try and identify that but it's not easy no it's not what I know some people could just sit there saying absolutely nothing and be bombed right I mean you need other people or boisterous anyway exactly the boisterous articulate maybe after you know half a Margarita already feeling good they're all over the board because there or you know I tell you appetites on a lot but my point is Boris symbiosis sits there like a lump on a log and they're drinking and shows no emotion at all and they're out of the Rhine so should there be a drink limit Hey you can only have to drink cities bar well that's the other thing too is a lot of times people bar hopping they'll say will the bartender didn't know this person already had three drinks somewhere else that I had one this establishment he's already hammered so it gets to your drank even before that you know yeah and the house exactly well sure they're not gonna interview people in as a walk in and it's a lot of we have to have a breathalyzer as you come into a pharmacy go out well they're gonna you know no one's going to do that of course but it it's it's it it's a rule of reason of course and when you got a bunch of people getting hammered hang around mourners witnesses everyone's can tell somebody's drunken the bartender knows me the real issue comes in to me that a large issue is what should the bartender knew what he knew or should have known about where that is that person driving they have a ride to the not I mean well the interview everybody had walked out of the bar and walked into the street got hit by a car while in there you go that's why goes back to the unit you shouldn't over server somebody knowingly over Sir somebody knows already drinking too much and there's a huge judgment call there because as you said forget the driving one of the just stumble out fall down to get killed right there in the street I mean at what point is the bar supposed be responsible for that that's a university building I think we talked about this a bit earlier that in most cases most negligence cases he's a dram shop cases because of the dram shop a bar you have to prove proximate cause and typically proximate causes you have to prove that the the action of the of the defendant was not only the cause in fact that they gave you alcohol but what you did what happened was foreseeable to them okay as a bar owner would you think putting cameras up everywhere would be a good thing or not a game I've seen that cut both ways yeah sometimes you know the seems like we said give you that should that be a law well we had a have cameras everywhere so what if this happens we can help well interesting result about this the other day about how the whole world almost on camera away yeah but at the end of the day depending what side of the fence is on your own you may or may not want those cameras right in the right numbers may you know implicate you later on one way or the other yeah so that's the catch twenty two on your public policy and what do you want to have cameras because I can cut again she later on and then going back and saying oops let's go delete all those videos that doesn't go over later on see that doesn't go over well in court later on water slowly adding other yes okay the back that'll be used against you so judgment call their but at the end of the day of the best you can do and and the best of the bars can do is fall the Texas alcoholic beverage code and put the bartenders to certain training away not because it gives them a safe harbor from getting hit for certain damages could you train your people that if your people don't follow it at least you've done the best you can to protect yourself okay so if I understand the law and so far the parents are suing the Texas chili parlor it doesn't mention the particular bartender right are the are the server but they could go after that person right see the individual to do generally speaking you can I've looked at the drums of cases a long time but generally speaking you can sue a tort these are individually he tore fees are being the person who committed toward and whoever that is recursive level for them yeah you can join us eight three six zero five nine or toll free eight seven seven five nine okay all we do is go out to the phones and Christy here on Kelly J. this morning hello hi I'm and I'm a family law attorney and I would look.
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"You or here and that makes this stuff. They don't want you to no no. No you just got off the plane. Is that correct. I did and I got the plane cried and I hope I don't pass it onto you in this sort of fuselage ask environment that we're currently inhabiting. That's fine with me. Honestly when I have a little bit of the crowd or a head cold I I love writing. It's it does. It does great stuff for creativity. Maybe it's because they don't feel like going outside and doing things also true also true also true. What's Do Do you and I have been on a lot of planes as have you Paul and has had many people listening to this show today and this is a question for everyone to think about. Do you and I can take a stab at answering this too right now if you'd like no. What is the craziest flight you've ever had? Or what's the longest. Are you a person who's terrified of flying. I would say you're not no I'm not Haven't been on any super long flights in a while but I think maybe mentioned this on on our other show ridiculousness your and we talked about luxury airlines and why they don't really exist anymore Check that one out but There was one time where this is going to be a tool but I'm going to say it anyway in the quick version. There was one time where I'm used to taking Delta Where they have USB chargers and screens on the back of the chairs in front of you and I took a southwest flight for the first time and didn't have like a power Abrek from my phone and I was expecting to have a USB and didn't have one and my phone died? And I had to be alone with my thoughts for the entire flight. It was terrifying. especially if you were so strange how quickly things become normalized and if you were expecting something not decrypt too hard for earlier episode on ridiculous history but if you're expecting expecting something Olson it's taken away. It's tough to recover from that it really is. It's it's it's strangely similar to Having two very very different beverages. Next to your place when you're eating and then expecting you're going to. I don't know drink water but you accidentally pick up the juice or the milk and your mouth. It goes what why the kerosene or the kerosene kerosene very popular beverage here in Atlanta. It's strange that there are millions gins of people frankly terrified of flying especially when you consider that statistically you are much much much more likely to get into an automobile laxed than ever to be involved in a plane crash but whether you love fly or whether you hate those vast stretches of Sky Sun and cloud cloud whether you've been on a plane You know three times a week for most of your life or whether you've never been on a plane or haven't yet you have at least east some inkling of the story of one Amelia earhart. And this is the topic of our episode today. So here or the facts. Amelia Earhart was on July twenty fourth eighteen ninety seven and she was the daughter of amy and Edwin Erhardt lived with her mother's parents until until she was twelve And they were quite wealthy so she was afforded some privilege including Attending private school and then in one thousand nine Amelia and her youngest youngest sister moved to Des Moines pronounce the S. I say the wing to Moines Iowa And that's where they were reunited China with their parents because their father went to work for a railroad company and he moved there to join them and take that That gig yeah. They moved on to a new position and the family continued to move around from Saint Paul Minnesota to Springfield Illinois. So on. This was not a happy home. You see Edwin. EARHART had been waging a unsuccessful battle with alcoholism for the entirety of Amelia's Melia is life and this experience with a parent who had substance abuse problems gave earhart a lifelong abiding a dislike of boos along with the deep deep desire for financial security. And you have to. You know you you can understand it. When you think of the disparity she encountered entered in her life shit very wealthy maternal grandparents and then struggling immediate parents you know so? She saw both sides the have and the have nots of life. So in one thousand nine hundred fourteen. Amy earhart Amelia's mother Takes the kids. She leaves her husband and they go to Chicago in Chicago. Amelia graduates from the Hyde Park School in Nineteen fifteen interesting historical side note in the yearbook. She is described as a see that girl in Brown who walks alone. It's a dubious What do they call them? So moniker relative. Yeah the honorific mazing the thing honorifics everything but I think honorifics closer to titles might be right then you might be right It's true the girl in Brown who walks. Oh love that's intense actually It's almost like a Ninja wondering Ninja kind of nickname unhappy intellectual. I mean High School Ben Bullen would have been all all about Getting number telegram address. What did they do back that? No not clear that maybe a Morse code signal no no but she went on to go to a place called the Ogun school which was a private high school and this is interesting. I'd never really heard of this. I guess it goes straight from high school to junior in college which I guess is like the Early Year of college or is it more of like a community college. Yes it feels like. It's either a community college. Prep School. You know right because if if it was a commitment community college sort of as a as a sort of like a second like not as prestigious right. It's a two year program. A lot of community colleges have a two in year program and so sometimes people for one reason or another will take their prerequisites at a community college to your college and then go for the latter half of of their college career at a more expensive institution. I make sense so then. She went on to visit her sister. Muriel who is living in Toronto. And that is where she saw. Aw someone who had returned from World War One and had lost a limb in combat An amputee yes in this moves her she. She immediately refuses to return to her junior college high school and instead becomes a volunteer nurse in a veteran hospital and then she also during her time working as a volunteer nurse she also becomes a pacifist and this is something that she will keep deep before as far as we know the rest of her life emphasis on as far as we know so. That's that's the the early days. The Amelia earhart but of course most of us know her for her aviation career. That's right another first for Amelia was in Nineteen Fifteen fifteen when she saw her very first air show and and had the opportunity to actually ride on an airplane. She seemed to become passionate about things pretty quickly. She was very driven and had a sense of what her mission was in life. I think that's interesting. Part of her character. She knew right away that she wanted to take flying lessons so she went to a place called Burkinshaw Kennard airfield which was on Long Beach Boulevard in L. A. From a woman with a lovely name net US nooks. Yeah Yeah Nets nukes which sounds like a made up name but is very real but again as we've said before on the air all names are made up at some point on December Fifteenth Nineteen. Twenty one amelia. Amelia finally receives her license from the National Aeronautics Association or she was working part time as a file clerk as an office assistant as photographer as a truck driver and she was pinching or pinch she was scrounging and saving and she got a little bit of help from her mother which enabled Amelia Earhart to buy her own plane. Think about how extraordinary that is. Okay first of all like a little bit of scratched. That's from her mother too by plane rights and we know a little bit about this plane. Don't we we do a little bit about it. It was what was called a kiner air. stor just like the kiner airfield. Kiner Air STOR was Two seat single engine biplane so it wasn't it so you know it was still a plane it will get you in the air. You can actually see a photograph of Amelia earhart enter Instructor Neta Snoop standing together by the by the air stor. Oh yeah so it's like it looks almost like one of those fighter type planes you would have seen in in World War One Yeah it's it's it's a biplane. I guess I and she loved this plane and she was. It was such a tremendous this moving moment for her to be able to purchase her own plane. That's still a pipe dream for a lot of people here in twenty one thousand nine we record this however flying line as anybody with a pilot's license can assuras can be a very expensive hobby and she could afford to buy the plane but she could not afford to continue flying. You know the maintenance fees fuel fuel definitely so eventually. She sold her plane and she bought an automobile. She drove her mother to Boston where her younger sister mural was teaching school and a little bit after that she re enrolls in College College. She goes to Columbia University in New York City but she doesn't have the scratch again to continue studies for more than one year a little bit dejected. She returns earns the Boston she becomes a social worker. She joins the National Aeronautics Association and she still inner spare time when she can finds finds opportunities to fly so wonder what she thinks. She must've dislike taking a class or like you know rented one for the afternoon or this so yeah that feels like a big trustfall really your rent my plane plane exactly so then in nineteen twenty eight Erhard gets pretty incredible opportunity. You guys remember Knbr Charles w Charles Lindbergh who became the first person Obviously a man to fly alone across the Atlantic Ocean back in nineteen twenty seven. So this guy named George Palmer Putnam Was the editor of a book about Charles Lindbergh's voyage and decided to you kind of drum up some PR with a sort of a stunt the he would have signed. We've seen it as a stunt at the time and say. Hey let's let's let's put a lady on a plant you know. We'll put but make make a lady do the same flight because that's crazy. That could never happen. Imagine that imagine that up in a biplane. Goodness Gracious Yeah. The the the uproar must've been and marked so he dubs her Lady Lindy Because of yeah it's it's just a little bit on the nose and kind of a little misogynistic say to say the least uh-huh and decides to make kind of the star of the show so Puts her on a plane with a pilot. But the name of William Stoltz and mechanic By the name of Louis Gordon and she crossed the Atlantic from Newfoundland to Wales on June eighteenth Through nineteenth of nineteen twenty eight But she wasn't flying the plane. Yeah and it's really bothered her. She never wants touched. The controls of the plane and afterward described herself as little more than a quote sack of the potatoes still. She became world renowned as the first woman to fly. The Atlantic. George.
"hyde park school" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"Sam Peterson he won last week's round with I'll thank you to keep your shenanigans on my bucket list and you too can be laying the blame written by calling has troubling the hot line complaining bill for anything in your life three three one three one eight two five five zero and you just might win a glorious pile of sweat let's find out what's going on in theater with our only need Peters to report a bishop Laney so I've got three new and extended productions to share with you in the news this week plus reports on two shows first of all the Hyde Park school of dance will be performing the nut cracker on December thirteenth fourteenth and fifteenth at Mandel hall eleven thirty one east fifty seventh street in Chicago tickets are twenty five dollars for adults twenty dollars for seniors sixty five and up ten dollars for children ages six routine as well as students the school ID and free for kids five and under there will be special forty dollar reserve tickets for audience members of all ages tickets and more information are available at seven seven three four nine three eight four nine eight or at Hyde Park dance dot org slash tickets the Hyde Park a school of dance was founded in nineteen ninety three as the Hyde Park school of ballet and the school is a five oh one C. three non profit that provides opportunities for students of all ages and abilities to study perform and create classical and contemporary dance at the highest levels of discipline and artistry within an inclusive community I've had a chance to look at this school's web pages it's an incredibly diverse community that offers a range of dance styles it check out this production of The Nutcracker looks pretty good I'd also like to extend my congratulations as wells the congratulations of the.
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"Magic Friday Adam Kaufman WBZ Boston thanks nine thirteen and I'm no expert but it looks like we're getting a little bit better on the roadways let's talk to the experts Laurie grandiose here it's the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes stay in your lane yeah I kid I kid we still have that situation going on Jeff that Hyde Park school bus crash the bus is still up on the lawn there just about kissing the house there a metropolitan Avenue at river street add that we're seeing some delays still in that area as police are on the scene and they're trying to get that out of there so just so you're aware of that northbound express way we get some problems furniture parkway up past Columbia road again mass said to the o'neill tunnel that state police crash the cruiser crash is is still with us is still working it's just after the split some minor delays getting past there ninety three southbound continues to be slow sixty two and willing to do one twenty eight again Medford into Somerville route three southbound slowing for ninety five trouble cove it for about a mile getting out to one twenty eight that's quickly easing out force one twenty eight south and continues to be slow as well from mainstream Linfield in pockets to travel road in Waltham and that route one south bound not bad at all main street to ninety nine in Saugus you'll see some delays there but it's getting better by the minute Tobin bridge inbound at a stand still still from Carter street Chelsea into the city but that's an improvement still heavy on the lower deck the liver connector and getting through the airport tunnels Laurie grantee WBZ's traffic on the three winter cold is coming fast so call window world today for a free windows siding or roofing estimate save big.
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"The new sun reports Kabarak said she asked the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency Thursday to test for the gas. But was told neither the state nor the federal EPA was ready to do it. And that they don't believe the situation and Lake County is the crisis that was uncovered at the steering jenex facility and willowbrook last month Roger Plummer, News Radio on one zero five point nine FM. Police say two men in ski masks tried to abduct a thirteen year old girl yesterday morning on Chicago's south side. It happened in the eighty seven hundred block of south Crandon police say the men grabbed the girls backpack and tried to pull her to a van, but the step broke, and she was able to run to her school a school bus driver and aid in northwest. Indiana are charged by prosecutors would leaving a three year old boy alone on a bus in a crown point storage barn for about ninety minutes. Police say the driver Sylvia package of Munster and the aid Lindsey Gillett of Gary didn't. Check the bus for the child who was found strapped in and crying in November. Both are free on bond. The two women vying to be Chicago's next mayor have some things in common. Chicago's next mayor will be the city's first mayor to ever graduate from the university of Chicago. Toni preckwinkle has two degrees from the Hyde Park school. She earned a bachelor's degree in nineteen sixty nine and a master's in nineteen seventy seven Lori Lightfoot graduated with a law degree from the university of Chicago in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine and while either woman would be the only university of Chicago graduate to run the city, neither Lightfoot nor preckwinkle or actually from here. Preckwinkle was born in Minnesota Lightfoot is originally from Ohio the last Chicago mayor not born in Chicago was Eugene Sawyer who was mayor in the late nineteen eighty s he was from Alabama Terri cash ner NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. We'll check the WBZ AccuWeather five-day forecast and get the latest in sports next. WBZ news time eleven thirteen..
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"New sun reports Kabarak said she asked the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency Thursday to test for the gas. But was told neither the state nor the federal EPA was ready to do it. And that they don't believe the situation and Lake County is the crisis that was uncovered at the steroid gen-x facility and willowbrook last month, Roger Plummer, News Radio one zero five point nine FM. Waukegan school district worker is charged with sexually abusing a thirteen year old girl. Gabriel Valdes is charged with grooming and sexually abusing the girl. According to walk Keegan school district officials and Chicago police the news sun reports valid as who worked in the district's administrative offices was arrested in the offices on February nineteenth Chicago police. Officer Jennifer bricks had rallied is engaged with a thirteen year old on FaceTime and all their interactions were online. She would not say where the girl lives thinking is. She's from Chicago in Chicago police are involved in this case Jan Coleman. Newsradio on one five point nine FM. Two women vying to be Chicago's next mayor have some things in common. Chicago's next mayor will be the city's first mayor to ever graduate from the university of Chicago. Toni preckwinkle has two degrees from the Hyde Park school. She earned a bachelor's degree in nineteen sixty nine and a master's in nineteen seventy seven Lori Lightfoot graduated with a law degree from the university of Chicago in nineteen Eighty-nine. And while either woman would be the only university of Chicago graduate to run the city. Neither Lightfoot nor preckwinkle are actually from here. Preckwinkle was born in Minnesota Lightfoot is originally from Ohio the last Chicago mayor not born in Chicago was Eugene Sawyer who was mayor in the late nineteen eighty s he was from Alabama Terri Kashmir NewsRadio on one. Oh, five point nine FM. Chicago's mayoral candidates already have TV ads on the air. Lori Lightfoot points out the struggle. She says some Chicagoans face every day that you'll bring change Toni preckwinkle Zad goes on the attack accusing Lightfoot of being a wealthy corporate lawyer with ethical.
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"News time seven twenty. Our top story this hour. The SpaceX dragon crew capsule is on its way to the international space station after a successful launch this morning. From the Kennedy Space Center, NASA administrator, Jim Breitenstein. This is just the beginning. We're still in the first quarter as a five day mission. And and we're looking forward to future successes on this mission and missions beyond this one. We'll have much more on this story coming up at seven thirty one. The two women vying to be Chicago's next mayor have some things in common. Chicago's next mayor will be the city's first mayor to ever graduate from the university of Chicago. Toni preckwinkle has two degrees from the Hyde Park school. She earned a bachelor's degree in nineteen sixty nine and a master's in nineteen seventy seven Lori Lightfoot graduated with a law degree from the university of Chicago in one thousand nine hundred nine and while either woman would be the only university of Chicago graduate to run the city. Neither Lightfoot nor preckwinkle are actually from here. Preckwinkle was born in Minnesota Lightfoot is. Originally from Ohio the last Chicago mayor not born in Chicago was Eugene Sawyer who was mayor in the late one thousand nine hundred eighty s he was from Alabama Terri Kashmir NewsRadio on one five point nine. FM? Chicago's mayoral candidates already have TV ads on the air. Lori Lightfoot points out the struggle. She says, I'm Chicago woods face every day. And that she will bring change Toni preckwinkle goes on the attack accusing Lightfoot of being a wealthy corporate lawyer with ethical problems the lottery transition to a new central gaming system has caused trouble for some retailers including overpayments to winners. Illinois lottery spokesman Jason Schaumburg says the ticket validation issue was discovered February twentieth. And resolve the same day. He has no estimate of how much extra money was awarded stories that are paid out. Incorrect winnings can be reimbursed. If they submit a written account of the error to the central lottery office in Springfield police in Gary are asking the public for any information that can help them address and increase in homicides in gun violence this year, there have been at least a dozen homicides. So far in Gary this year. Compared to nine by this time last year areas. Police chief is asking the public to come forward with tips. A man has been sentenced to three years in federal prison for mailing threats to Jewish community center in suburban Milwaukee. Chadwick Grubbs was sentenced yesterday. Federal prosecutors say he mailed the threats to the community center in whitefish bay last may while he was an inmate at the winnebago county jail. Grubs pleaded guilty to three counts in November the operators of a foster home in Oshkosh, you're facing child. Douglas charges involving three teams who stayed at the house for several months. Sixty four year old Barbara Peterson at her thirty five year old son. Alan small are each facing three counts of chronic neglect of a child a jury needed less than two hours to convict a Fort Wayne man of three counts.
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"Coating to an inch the high tomorrow twenty four right now, it's twenty eight in Wheaton twenty nine along the lakefront twenty-seven with flurries at midway again heading up to a high of thirty three WBZ news time five twenty. Our top story this hour, America's newest space capsule is now rocketing toward the international space station in a high stakes flight by SpaceX space dot com's Tariq Malik watched. The vox rocket flight by all accounts, everything appears to have gone completely ordinary completely as planned much more on this story coming up at five thirty one WBZ news time five twenty one. The two women to be Chicago's next mayor have some things in common. Chicago's next mayor will be the city's first mayor to ever graduate from the university of Chicago. Toni preckwinkle has two degrees from the Hyde Park school. She earned a bachelor's degree in nineteen sixty nine and a master's in nineteen seventy seven Lori Lightfoot graduated with a law degree from the university of Chicago in one thousand nine hundred and nine and while either woman would be the only university of Chicago graduate to run the city, neither Lightfoot nor preckwinkle or actually from here. Preckwinkle was born in Minnesota Lightfoot is originally from Ohio the last Chicago mayor not born in Chicago was. Eugene Sawyer who was mayor in the late one thousand nine hundred eighty s he was from Alabama Terri Kashmir NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. Chicago's mayoral candidates already have TV ads on the air. Lori Lightfoot points out the struggle. She says some Chicagoans face every day, and that she'll bring change Toni preckwinkle at goes on the attack accusing Lightfoot of being a wealthy corporate lawyer with ethical problems. The south shore line is preparing for cold weather on Monday and Tuesday. It's already canceled eastbound train 4._0._1. both days, and we'll provide bus service in its place. The bus will return between south bend and Michigan city and run between those two locations to accommodate passengers of three morning trains. The south shore recommends checking schedule updates online. For more information about weather delays. Alternate service members editor Chicago Methodist church that performs same sex marriages in the late nineties are wondering what to do next now that the United Methodist Church voted to renew its bands on performing same sex. Marriages and LGBTQ clergy the roadway United Methodist Church on the north side of. Chicago made news in the late ninety s when then pastor, Gregory del deficient at unions of same sex couples. Dell was later suspended from ministry for a year. After a church trial, Reverend m barklay a Broadway. United says the church has been a lifesaver. Thanks for area that that is committed to refusing the discrimination of the church in claiming the beloved NSF queer and trans people as just been a lifesaver. I was in Saint Louis for this week's vote, and they say the vote was difficult to witness in person. Even if the result wasn't a surprise barklay says it's too early to say this will lead to a mass exodus from the United Methodist Church, rob heart, NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM two weeks after five Aurora police officers were wounded while responding to a mass shooting at the Henry Pratt plant support for them continues to come in. They have already donated to online campaigns written. Thank you cards, gone to benefit concerts. Now supporters have helped the Aurora police department raise money for the Special Olympics polar plunge this Sunday officer, Chris Weaver said on Facebook donations have well exceeded their one thousand dollar goal. Thank you. Thank.
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"And earlier this month. He said the disease had returned Mark Mesa school shootings lead to some school officials rethinking voting inside school buildings new Hyde Park school superintendent, Jennifer Morrison says schools shouldn't be polling places, and it puts students at risk through rigorous planning to make sure that keep people out of on building. And on this day, a free-for-all anybody can walk Morrison has refused to allow voting in her school district and other Long Island. School officials agree even one New York state Senator wants to give schools the right to opt out of serving as polling places. However, the Nassau County board of elections. Thanks moving. Polling places would hurt voter turnout. Lisa g NBC, News Radio. New York Cornell University, scientists are using virtual reality to show how the environment can change perceptions. The food the experiment gave around fifty participants have VR headset as eight pieces of blue cheese as participants were placed in various virtual places. They raided the taste and smell the blue cheese. Researchers found ratings differed based on the environment, given they believe their research validates the use of our in scientific testing around food. And perception, there's some new information about Halloween that most people aren't finding very scary at all especially those in retail, Catherine Collins with the national retail federation where a new survey of nearly seven thousand consumers found all willing to spend on a nearly seven thousand consumers found all willing to spend on average eighty seven dollars per person or pet on Halloween because people like to dress up not just their kids, but adults are really liking to dress up millennials really embrace this holiday. It's that embraced by millennials that she says is driving much of this. Fearless approach to spending on Halloween. Chris clarken NBC news and Ripley's aquarium of Canada may press charges after man died when he comes into their shark safe. No one holds a candle to mothers mothers against drunk driving. But they're still so much to do. Which is why we could use more mothers slack. You pay us. A visit mothers always love visit at mad dot.
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"For his family. We are all focused on supporting the family at this time with everything that they need. Liz, Warner NBC News Radio recent school shootings lead to some school officials rethinking voting inside school buildings new Hyde Park school superintendent, Jennifer Morrison says schools. Shouldn't be polling places, and it puts students at risk go through rigorous planning to make sure that keep people out of our building this day. Free-for-all anybody can walk Morrison has refused to allow voting in her school district and other Long Island. School officials agree even one New York state Senator wants to give schools the right to opt out of serving as polling places. However, the Nassau County board of elections. Thanks moving. Polling places would hurt voter turnout. Lisa g NBC, News Radio. New York Cornell University, scientists are using virtual reality to show how the environment can change perceptions who food the experiment gave around. Fifty participants have VR headset as eight pieces of blue cheese as participants were placed in various virtual places. They raided the taste and smell the blue cheese. Researchers found ratings differed based on the environment, given they believe their research validates the USA VR and scientific testing around food and. The perception there's some new information out about Halloween that most people aren't finding very scary at all especially those in retail, Catherine Collins with the national retail federation where a new survey of nearly seven thousand consumers found all willing to spend on average eighty seven dollars per person or pet on Halloween because people like to dress up not just kids, but adults are really liking to dress up millennials really embrace this holiday. That embraced by millennials that she says is driving much of this. Fearless approach to spending on Halloween. Chris clock on NBC news and Ripley's aquarium of Canada may press charges after man dived naked into their shark tank. Last week. We Sakardu NBC News Radio buying a new or.
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"R first morning news with Joe Bartlett, five twenty two and time to check business news stocks with modest losses yesterday to begin the trading week. The Dow down eighty. Nine points. Nasdaq lost sixty six and the S and P fell sixteen but the futures are higher this morning. Dow futures up sixty six at the moment, NASDAQ up thirty eight s and p futures up nine the overseas markets are mixed. Well, the European markets are lower footsie in London down a quarter percent. Dax in Germany's up a quarter percent in Japan, though. The Japanese Nikkei index closed up one and a quarter percent tech and sports giant has died. We've got that story now from correspondent Alex stone in two thousand nine Paul Allen battled non-hodgkin's lymphoma two weeks ago. He announced it had returned that. He would aggressively fight it and that he was undergoing treatment Allen passed away in Seattle. His sister saying he was a much loved brother uncle and exceptional friend. Alan was an avid sports fan. He owned the Seattle Seahawks and the Portland trailblazers. He and Bill Gates co founded Microsoft, Paul Allen with sixty five years old, Alex stone, ABC news, five twenty four and school. Shootings around the country making some local officials to rethink the idea of voting inside schools. Here's WNYC Lisa g with the story. New Hyde Park school superintendent, Jennifer Morrison says schools shouldn't be polling places, and it puts students at risk through rigorous planning to make sure that we keep people out of our building. And on this day. Free-for-all anybody can walk in Morrison has refused to allow voting in her school district and other Long Island. School officials agree even one New York state Senator wants to give schools the right to opt out of serving as polling places. However, the Nassau County board of elections. Thanks moving. Polling places would hurt voter turn out. I'm Lisa G for seven ten w o five twenty five time right down. You're listening to the first morning news here on seven ten w are more news in just a moment. Waking up on the right side. This is the Sean Hannity morning minute. You gotta understand. Something here after all these incidents of high profile, and then leading culminating last week with Hillary Eric Holder and others, Maxine Waters, and what she's been saying?.
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"The modern dancers and our new um hiphop battle theme for our mouths versus soldier a confrontation uh so that's that's been a new thing and it's been really fun to be able to open it up to the whole school to to perform an audition day that they want to take their kids see nutcracker but uh you know they they don't think that their kids would be able to sit through a along valet did i know of something that was uh you know a little more in a speech to speak to you know that generation and i said yes as a matter of fact i do not about one with the hyde park school tell me a little bit about what it is that you do at hyde park school of dense well high tech scored dance is not for profit dance score with a very well by scholarship programme because we wanna make sure dancers accessible and affordable to all out young people and adults alike who would like to study and perform and create dan at the highest level of discipline and artistry so we're trying to be very acceptable and we're in our 24th years the next year will be celebrating our twentyfifth anniversary and our scholarship programme supports about eleven percent of our dancers uh both going back to the family friendly version of the nutcracker we are it's a seventy five minute production no and narrated so young seal young people can kind of understand what's going on uh and there's no intermission so you're in and out.
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