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"indiana school" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"With that. Oh, man, I love the guy we talked about Who was that Bryan Cranston on Friday from breaking bad he had Verona. Turns out He's got Deanna bodies now, and he's donating his plans Plasma to help people out. Same thing with Tom Hanks and his wife, one of the To think they were like the big high profile. They were the first the high profile celebrities to get the road and they were down in Australia. Had to stay down there for a couple of weeks ended up coming back home and donating plasma looking at the numbers that came in today for Indiana from the state Department of Health again broken record. You guys already know this by now, but The numbers you get on Monday. You're basing this off The weekend numbers in the weekend numbers are always trash. Long Story short. These numbers are going to change as the week goes on, probably Tuesday, Wednesday Thursday. That's going to give you a better feel of what's really happening around the state. But that being said the infection rate the cumulus infection rate did go down. It was 8.9% last week. That's an 8.8% now. Ah 582 new positive cases reported yesterday. 6470 new test as a low amount of tests. That's the lowest in a few days. So yesterday yesterday was the lowest one day positive positivity rate in four weeks with Mohr than 12,000 tests being posted on that Corona virus dashboard in Indy. But today the tests are half that. So yes, you're gonna have a AH large one day positivity rate, half the test reformed and 582 of those came back positive. We'll get a better feel Some more numbers tomorrow, Wednesday and Thursday. It's a big night. Let me ask you this and these Corona virus times where people are losing their jobs, or maybe they're furloughed and they're having to take unpaid time off. Do you think the state of Indiana could use an extra $61 million a month? Are you kidding me? Yeah, let's do it because that's what Illinois got in. Recreational marijuana sales in July. In July alone, the state of Illinois brought in $61 million recreational marijuana sales. All those students at Indiana state driving across the border to Danville, coming back I'm joking, but I'm serious at the same time. Like if you're a politician over at the Indiana statehouse, just around the corner from us over there on Washington Street. Why wouldn't you at least have this conversation? $61 million. Think about what the state of Indiana could do with just a portion of that, right? So if you're a lawmaker, and you're tired of hearing the teachers, unions, bitch and cry and complain and mon, you could give them a big chunk of that and say Here is this enough for you to go to work? Is this enough for you to shut the hell up Now? How about this? Here's 10 $15 million for your salaries. We're not even getting the superintendent's involved. We're gonna hook you up here. I'm telling you, I'm giving you the weed money for About locally forget about statewide. This isjust should be another part of Trump's October surprise free vaccines for everybody and roll back federal marijuana laws. Boom Now that Amy there's in October supposed that's a recipe for re election. They're so much could be done. Especially right now, when cos they're slow to open bars, restaurants, teachers, frontline workers. We've already got legal sports betting going on, so don't tell me it's about a virtue conversation, the moral conversation, right? It can't be about moral stuff. We've expanded our alcohol. We've gone all in on sports betting. Why not make weed recreational? And before you tweet at us, saying it's a gateway drug rabble rabble Listen, Gambling's the same way. Right. Gambling's very addictive But let adults of make their own decisions. Right. Let adults be adults let the responsible people handle this because 61 million bucks is a lot of cash to the Hammer and Nigel Show. We're coming right back. This is what's happening in Indianapolis public schools.
Student, staffer test positive for COVID-19 at Indiana schools
"Resumed in parts of Mississippi this week at a high school student in Corinth has already tested positive for the Corona virus. Late Children is the superintendent of schools the student had been present during The school day and as a result of the student being president. During the school day, we looked to see where there have been close contact established. Of all the student was president's good at school. Anyone within six feet of the infected student for 15 minutes and longer has been notified and will be required to quarantine away from school for 14 days. It was a similar occurrence in Indiana this week. Some classrooms open to that state as well. Harold Oland is superintendent of schools in Greenfield or a student and a staffer have contracted the virus. We wanna work with families. We're here to serve this community for us to maintain this long term mission to make sure that The kids are coming to us. Healthy parents have the option of sending their kids back to school or keep him home and learn virtually smother called the decision. A no brainer. Not only are you risking your family, but you're risking everybody else's family as well. And it's just not worth it. Green fields about 20 miles east Indianapolis, which has opted to start the school year online,
Student, staffer test positive for COVID-19 at Indiana schools
"First day of school in Indiana, was interrupted by the Corona virus boxes Alicia Acuna with more. This happened in Greenfield, Indiana at Greenfield Central Junior High School. The first day back to school was Thursday and within hours, the district was notified that a student had tested positive for Corona virus. The superintendent says the child was immediately isolated in the protocols went into motion. They tracked down where the student had been, and with whom this person spent time with the school is being disinfected in
Student tests positive for COVID-19 at Indiana school
"Corona virus cases in many states comes at a time when kids are starting to return to school. House Republican Mark Greene says it's critical for schools to reopen 7.4 or 7.1 million Children get their behavioral health and their nutritional health through school. We're seeing adolescent suicides increased massively all across the country. In Indiana, one public school student tested positive for the virus on the first day of classes here.
Regis Philbin laid to rest at his alma mater, Notre Dame University
"Regis Philbin, who died last week at the age of 88 has been buried at the University of Notre Dame following a private funeral service at his alma mater. Philbin was buried Wednesday. It's Cedar Grove Cemetery on the northern Indiana School's campus. The genial television host and personality, graduated from Notre Dame in 1953. He was an enthusiastic alum, often returning to the South Bend campus for football games, banquets, concerts and other events.
TV host Regis Philbin buried at Notre Dame, his alma mater
"Host Regis Philbin, who died last week at 88 has been buried at the universe. Of Notre Dame following a private funeral services at his alma mater, Schools, spokesman Dennis Brown says Philbin was buried Wednesday at Cedar Grove Cemetery on the northern Indiana School's campus. After the private service
"indiana school" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"From the plumbing heating paramedic studios after Fox News. You're listening to 93 w y B c w BBC HD one Indianapolis It's 11. Be part of the solution. I'm Dave Anthony Fox News. We will get a handle on this pandemic. That's Dr Robert Redfield, head of the CDC again urging us to stay socially distance and wearing a simple math. Properly. It's critical to a limited in the transmission. He also talked about getting kids back in class. It is in the public interest to these K through 12 students to get these schools back open for face to face learning. Other White House task force doctors are also there. Foxes on the J powers has more live. Dave. Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's top infectious disease expert, is one of those testifying before the House subcommittee on the Corona virus crisis. When questioned about the work being done on a possible vaccine doctor found, she said, there is never guarantee but he is hopeful everything we've seen now in the animal data as well as the early human data. We feel cautiously optimistic that we will have a vaccine by the end of this year, and as we go into 2021 he says. Some may think the vaccine research seems rushed. But that technology is helping speed. The response without compromise, Dave Tanya, Florida just reported another record number of deaths from the virus for the fourth day in a row 257 and there are reports another baseball team is dealing with positive Corona tests. The Saint Louis Cardinals tonight's game against the Brewers postpone Miami Marlins, still sidelined by an outbreak in the Philadelphia Phillies took the weekend off after two staffers got sick. Now that is a hurricane people from Florida to New England. Told to watch out. It's expected to move off the coast of Shorelines. The current thinking is the center of the hurricane could brush up or make a direct landfall across the coast of North Carolina, then up very close to Cape Cod early next week, meteorologist Janice Dean Americans did more shopping. Last month, Consumer spending rose more than 5% for the rebounding. I'm the shutdown and his lunch and Mark America's listening to Fox knew like www. PC Mobile News on the level on the gold. They want kids to stay home. It's partly cloudy and 75 downtown. I'm Kirk Darling, Here's what's trending at 11 02 MPs voted last night to start their school year in mid August and entirely online. It's expected to last until October 2nd. The plane does not say how that might impact, fall sports or other extracurricular Activities within the district. The Corona virus pandemic should not change how you vote, says Senator Mike Braun, stick with what we had before. Be safe about it. We couldn't do that We can vote safely. Don't change the methodology. He tells the Fox business Network. He agrees with President Trump in that regard, But he says the president cannot change the date of the election. It will still go on his plan November 3rd. A man drowned trying to save his kid's in Lake Michigan Thursday, Ashleigh found, the reports say the 44 year old man from Lakeville, Indiana, went into the water to help his two Children when he saw they were struggling. He went under while saving them and did not survive. Reports ABC 57 his two Children, ages 17 and 12 were rescued and survived. Ashley Fowler, 93. W I. B. C Mobile knew your forecast coming up Next. It's 11. Did you know Geico's now offering an extra 15% credit on car and motor? Cycle policies. That's.
Indiana teen arrested after social media threat against high school
"And arrest is been made in connection with the reported threat against the northwest Indiana school monster police say the apparent threat was against monster high school police say that residents had noticed that on social media a teenager who goes to the school and posted a picture of a gun and the threat that read don't go to school tomorrow the gene was arrested early this morning according to police the Lake County prosecutor's office will decide on any charges police are seeking charges of intimidation against the team police thank parents and children in the community for help in that apartment resolve the matter and keeping students safe
"indiana school" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"The shelter open last night. The humane society is disaster response team now in Winfield rescuing pets displaced by the flooding Debbie hill with you main society says the team is specialized in water rescues water rescue. And of course, this will be more slack water, you have to wear dry suits. You have to have. I've PFC's really know what you're doing work in this kind of an arena because obviously in the flooded situation, you're dealing with decks and backyard fences and floating in the water is contaminated hill, tells came lex. The humane society has gotten reports of cats on top of rooftops and on Porteous who may or may not have owners. She says right now there's about four feet of water in the area. Camelot's news time four thirty four three Saint Louis. Police officers have been fired in connection with racists, in anti-muslim posts on social media public safety director, Jimmy Edwards tells Cam walks, they were fired last year in connection with the social media post it remained in two thousand seventeen and earlier since then he says the city's implemented a new social media policy. I understand the respect the first amendment, but as a condition. Of employment in the city of Saint Louis. Then does I amendments will have some limitations and those limitations will be not to be offensive not to be racist Edwards revealed the fire is now after a report from Philadelphia based group, they plain view project cited offensive post, allegedly made by forty three Saint Louis police officers, twenty two of them current Twenty-one former an internal police investigation of those post is ongoing. Gary, Indiana school has apologized after a special education, teacher awarded and eleven year old boy with the most annoying male award in front of the boy's father classmates, and principle. They father told W F L A that he was upset and didn't want to create a scene, and try leaving the award on the table. But these special education teacher insisted that the family take it home. The fifth grader said to be nonverbal and rocks back and forth. The father says that special education teachers call him all the time because they don't know how to handle autistic students the school. Has apologized in his taken disciplinary action against the teacher. But the father says he's moving his family out of that school district. Kmox news time four thirty five. Time to check the steeple for stocks of local interests. Sponsored by Zerorez carpet, cleaning, your senior vice president of investments. Kevin montagne. Thanks, carol. The markets had a fantastic rally today with the Dow closing up five twelve at twenty five three thirty two s and p gained fifty eight at twenty eight three NASDAQ Todd by one hundred and seventy seven at seventy five ten four ten at thirteen thirty two and oil game thirty four cents at fifty three fifty nine onto local stocks of interest in hazard Busch inbev opened our sixty six at eighty three ninety four Amer was off three.
"indiana school" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Indiana, we're paying for Indiana schools, and same thing is true up in Wisconsin. They take our money out of the state. That's a real issue sports gaming. We don't make much money on it, but people are doing it now just like they're smoking marijuana now. So we might as well regulated and get some money out of the house, governor Pritzker different from past governors colored says he's genuinely nice guy. At the capitol. Dave doll, NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. Surveillance video that shows the shooting death of a young mother has shown up online. Now, Chicago police want to know how it got there only four year old Brittany hill was fatally shot this past Tuesday as she stood next. Some parked cars, a north Mason avenue in the Austin neighborhood with her one year old daughter in her arms blue say hill place, their body in front of the girl to keep bullets from hitting her say the videos release was unauthorized. They're checking out to find out how the video was accessed or who released reports indicate the video came from a city surveillance camera on the west side, and the police say the shooting started the baby in her arms waved at the killers. They've Bernard NewsRadio one of five point nine FM, Indiana. Attorney general his appeal to federal judges decision to grant in junction, allowing an abortion clinic to open in south bend the judge called the state's refusal to issue, a license to the whole woman's health alliance a substantial obstacle for women and a violation of due process and equal. Protections. The state's department of health hasn't issued the license saying the alliance hasn't provided requested safety documentation Chicago's mayors recognizing the start of pride month noting there is still work to be done in a particular community..
1st woman to join Notre Dame's leprechaun mascot lineup
"And for the first time. A woman will be the leprechaun at the university of Notre Dame the Indiana school announced three students who will serve as the school's mascot next year and one of them easily net wou-ki a junior from Ohio. She's the first woman selected since the leprechaun became the school's mascot in nineteen sixty five. Five CS majoring in film, television and theater and was the captain of her tier leading and dance teams in Grafton, Ohio just outside of
Indiana school bus driver in crash was blinded by sun
"Given the conditions. Police reports finished on the school bus crash in Indiana. Now been turned over the prosecutor for possible charges in Indiana state. Police report says the driver of the south Dearborn community school bus was blinded by the morning sun and was driving too fast. Channel nine reports. The bus driver admitted to a Dearborn county deputy that he couldn't see the rookie garbage truck at first because the sun blinded him no charges have been filed yet. A couple of dozen people were injured in that collision. The morning March six on state route three
"indiana school" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"It is eight fifty one k l I f we told you it was it last week. I think it was within the last week or two or the week before we told you about an Indiana school superintendent who. Was arrested after using her insurance to get medical treatment and medicine for six student. Yeah, she she did something wrong. I'm sure she knew it at the time. Yeah. Basically, she used her son's insurance to say this kid was her son to cover the Bill for the doctor's visit and the anti-biotics right which was two hundred and thirty three dollars. Now, I still have not an we've had this story. Couple times. We're doing the update here, but still can't figure out why this boy fifteen year old boy needed the superintendent to step in and take care of him. When he has parents, apparently is parents wouldn't take him to be treated for strep throat, and she was concerned about him. So she took him, right? And she was charged with insurance fraud and identity deception. She apologized the school board backed her right said, well, you know, she made a mistake. But she did it for a good reason. And that's that in itself is not is not doesn't it depending on the circumstances. It doesn't necessarily get you a pass. But I think in this case it should and Casey smitherman said, yeah, I did it she's placed into a diversion program. Meaning she doesn't have to plead guilty and she won't have a record. If there are no further charges against her. She's not arrested again over the next year. But she resigned she did resign because she said it was just fueling way too much negative attention. And she decided that she was very embarrassed. And she resigned, she should have been embarrassed. She learned from it. This is the thing we're not allowed to learn from our mistakes anymore. She says society, we gotta get away with anything. You can't have done something thirty years ago. And the and and explain that was me then and that was a different that was a different world. Then I'm not trying to make excuses. I'm trying to say since then I've become a better person, I know better than that. But that kind of stuff doesn't fly anymore. Why didn't she just pay the for the two hundred and thirty three dollars, and then she wouldn't have been charged with insurance fraud. She still could've been charged with identity deception if she said that the sun the kid was hers. But she also could've gone into said, look this gets parents won't get him the help he needs. Brought him to the doctor would guess that. The parents probably have grounds for some sort of lawsuit. I think it was the parents who complained. Yeah. Complaint. You would be thankful is a parent that someone actually took an interesting your kid because they're embarrassed ashamed. And and if not those things then they just feel like, hey. It's my kid. He's okay. It doesn't need medical attention. It's none of your business. And I'm not sure that I disagree. Maybe they follow a religion where they don't that's possible to have medical intervention. I mean, there are religions that don't believe. I just I just think that people who you know. Decent people who do good things. And then make a mistake. Need to be given the opportunity to learn from their mistakes and go on she says, I sincerely hope this single lapse in judgment does not tarnish all the good work. I've done for students over the span of my career, and you can't blame her. Now, we have social media. This kind of thing gets caught up and goes viral. You would never have heard of this kind of thing before four social media. But what happened to second chances, right? Oil boy, and you try to look what happened at least in her case, she was guilty. And she admits there are people who are cute things that have never been proven. They've lost their jobs their careers. Their reputations now and now the school districts getting pressure. They're going to the board is going to take a vote whereas going to take a vote on Friday. But now, she's resigned. So I don't have to do that anymore. We're all bunch busybodies hate fifty five. Let's see how busy traffic.
Superintendent charged with fraud for helping sick teen speaks out
"An Indiana school district is backing up a school superintendent who was charged with insurance fraud because she tried to get a sick child some help Casey Smith of the Elmwood school district was charged with insurance fraud and a density deception prosecutors say she used her son's insurance when she was unable to get treatment for a sick teenager. Because she wasn't his guardian superintendent said the student had symptoms of strep throats, so she took him to an emergency clinic where she was denied treatment because she isn't. The child's guardian. He had no health insurance of his own. So what she did. She take them in at another clinic under her son's name used her insurance to get some treatment for the kid now, she's facing charges. But the school district says they're going to stand by
Superintendent charged with fraud for helping teen speaks out
"An Indiana school official is facing charges for getting a student medical campus superintendent of schools in Elwood Indiana says she's learned her lesson after being charged with insurance fraud. I'm not saying that was right. I'm really sorry. Just I was scared for him. According to police Casey's smitherman went to the home of a six student and took him to a medical center where she used a false name claiming he was her son. She then admits to driving him to a pharmacy where she had a prescription filled for an antibiotic because the student
"indiana school" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Antibiotic. Dash use. Well, I stand corrected on something. I said a few minutes ago, I mentioned a schoolteacher who went to visit the home of a student who hadn't been in school. But in fact, it was the school superintendent this happened in Elwood Indiana school superintendent goes to find out why the child hasn't been in school gets their realizes the kid probably has strep throat. So she takes him to the clinic tells the clinic that this is her son. So that he could be covered by her insurance gets him a prescription for amoxicillin while now that school superintendent faces several charges after police say she basically committed fraud because it was in her son. I don't know. What do you think about that? We got a few minutes. So you can weigh in on at eight six six three nine one ten twenty the other story that I want to hear you weigh in on involves commerce secretary will barrages, and he just doesn't understand why these furloughed federal workers are going to food banks. Let's take a listen to what he had to say earlier there reports that there are some federal workers who are going to homeless shelters to get food. I know they are really quite understand why. Because as I mentioned before. The allegations that they would undertake so you're borrowing from the Bank or credit union or in effect federally guarantee. So the thirty days of pay that some people will be out. There's no real reason why they shouldn't be able to get a loan against it. Get alone against it. Now, I understand this is from a man whose estimated worth is seven hundred million dollars. So I'm guessing that he's not going to see the world from the same lens as those furloughed workers, Victor and Wilkins Berg, welcome. Thank you learn how you doing. Well, how are you? I'm fine. Thank you. I think all these stories tied together because it seems that those who make all the rules and all the judgments have health insurance have the money have all the benefits, but those that really need the benefits and can't get them. Then they're charged to the highest degree because obviously the point timely. Didn't have what they need it. Right. Superintendent benefits that she has. I mean. You're technically she was wrong. You know, everybody's being held. So legally that humanity has lost all reasoning in America anymore. Well, I think you're right. And I think that sometimes you have to make the right decisions. Even though there could be wrong consequences. Now, I'm not saying break the law. You know, I'm not saying go out here, and rob a Bank or anything like that. But I do think sometimes you have to make tough decisions. Yeah. Yeah. But, but but it was carrying decision compassion. It used to be on law was broken based off of the motive. And it's like no motive is even taken under consideration here. Indeed. Indeed. You're right. Victor, thanks so much for your call today. We appreciate you. Thank you, Anna in new Brighton. How are you? Well, thank you for asking. Good. So what do you think about this thing? Well, while I certainly think it's admirable that the superintendent did take the time to go to see this child. It was wrong of her should take this child to the her her position for any clinic..
"indiana school" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Your name is. Oh, wow. I used to work with us. This is really John Jenkins. Don jacobs. Everybody know, Dave Jennings. How are you, sir? I'm doing great. We have a busy couple of days basketball tonight, y'all five thirty pregame coverage or Kentucky, Indiana, Pennsylvania, seven o'clock tip off. That's going to be exciting. Do they have a little funny? I you P I E P. I think he's something different. That's the Indiana schools, just Indiana, Pennsylvania. Right. Okay. I think it's Pennsylvania's Pui Louisville city f c has their former nemesis New York. Red bulls to that is seven thirty tonight coverage there seven ninety KRLD Kentucky, Georgia football an SEC game. That matters for Kentucky this late in the year who knew three thirty one thirty pre game coverage right here on News Radio eight forty Louisville. Clemson. Ten thirty pregame coverage seven ninety K R D C, I already point dogs. Yeah. And no one is betting Louisville. That's why the the line keeps moving towards the higher number in towards Clemson, Florida state who may be marginally better than Louisville. Yes. Lost to them by forty nine. Yeah. At their own plays. Oh, what happened? What happened to our team? I don't think the kids are very happy about playing on the team these days. No in Jordan Travis transferred yesterday, and so did two others three-star offensive lineman, Jemari Williams. He's now going to Arizona. Some folks think that Austin Griffin. The Juku tight end was the best in the class. He has also looking elsewhere so class is now sixty nine was up in the country. That's not good in this case as well. That that's below Miami of Ohio who is sixty eight is not good. No man, come on, dude. And they and they found homes like right away. I think the hall and they're tied in was the number one tied in Juku ranks out of school right away, really quickly. So how are things for Jon Gruden you think Chucky wants to go back to the broadcast booth costs. What was he thinking they should be oh and eight the referees gave them the game against Cleveland right last night. Nick Mohan's beat him who the heck is Nick Mullen Niners quarterback. Who filled in for CJ Beathard who the heck ac- J better. I don't know. Thirty four to three the now two and seven Niners beat Chuckie. And the raiders he gets to go to Vegas, though, with that ten million dollar contract at least for one year. His name name is Dave Jennings. The former underdogs now on NewsRadio eight forty W H S, but first let's check in with Mark mills with the Bloomberg money update. Markets are very active digesting a wave of news today on the economy two hundred fifty thousand new jobs were generated last month. The unemployment rate held steady at three point seven percent and average hourly earnings for private sector workers advanced three point one percent from earlier that's the biggest leap in pay since two thousand nine. However that strength means the Federal Reserve is likely to continue on its path of raising interest rates bond. Prices dropped sharply today pushing the ten year note up to three point two one percent. Dow Jones industrials down.
"indiana school" Discussed on AP News
"Were urged to shun President Trump and first lady Melania Trump when they arrived today at the Pittsburgh synagogue where eleven worshippers were killed last Saturday. Your back and follow the March funerals for four of the victims were held today. There will be services from now until Friday for the eleven people killed in the last Saturday's rampage Trump and the first lady arrived after today's rules lit candles for each of the victims in the synagogues vestibule afterwards at a makeshift memorial stars of David outside the Trump's laid white roses as well as stones for each of the dead. The president says he's considering an executive order to overturn birthright citizenship for children born of non-citizens or people in this country illegally even with the right protected by the fourteenth amendment AP's. Jovan reports the idea is part of Trump's immigration plans ahead of next week selections is focusing on immigration and putting forward a whole bunch of proposals. Some of them reasonable many of them, not many of them not practical that he's throwing out there as he tries to rally his base going into these elections next. Tuesday, constitutional experts say only another amendment. Can overturn the protections. Six year old twin brothers. They're nine year. Old sister killed an eleven year old neighbor in critical condition after all for the children were hit by a pickup truck or walking across a road aboard their school bus in rural northern Indiana this morning, uncle of the twins. And their sister tells W RTD she tried to get them out of the way. She got a split second to. Think of what to do and she chose shoulder brothers with a split. Second state police say the buses stop sign. Arm was extended before the crash the pickup driver, a twenty four year old woman faces three counts of reckless homicide as well as other charges. This is AP radio news. Boston mobster once one of the country's..
"indiana school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Cincinnati police officer. Get seven days suspension as part of his punishment for the tasing of an eleven year old girl last August at a Kroger store the girl was suspected of shoplifting. And her family has now settled with the city for more than two hundred thousand dollars in Rochester, Indiana, west of Fort, Wayne, an awful accident today as kids were heading to school that driver of a pickup truck a Lisa shepherd. Twenty four years old allegedly struck and killed three children, and is facing charges tonight. That's Gators say the school bus was traveling northbound on state route twenty five to pick up the kids who are waiting on the west side of the road the buses. Stop arm was out an emergency lights were activated. Children's started to walk across the road. When they were struck by the 2017 Toyota Tacoma being driven by a twenty four year old woman. Authorities say six year old twin brothers Xavier and Mason angrily and their nine year old sister Olivia stole were killed and eleven year old who is not related to the three was hurt. Suffering broken bones? Ryan burrow, ABC news. The president. And first lady in Pittsburgh today to pay respects to those killed over the weekend in the mass shooting at a synagogue FC Cincinnati planning to unveil its new look for when it joins Major League Soccer next year team will unveil its new brand and identity on November twelfth at the Woodward theater invitation only not open to the public. Our next update is coming up at nine thirty. I met Reese NewsRadio seven hundred wwl w. Yeah, we sorta stop paying attention and rack up a lot of it was stressful. He blamed me for my credit card debt and him for building that man cave. It's awesome. Anyway, we stop blaming each other.
"indiana school" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Good afternoon. I'm Keith Johnson. And I'm Chris cry. Del? Welcome to the WB 'em afternoon. News update, we've got thirty one. We've got forty three degrees right now. And sixty is what we're heading for. Sure. Jerry, the insistence by Chicago police officers are arresting more suspects than critics of some numbers suggest. That's the argument they made during a city council hearing today WBZ is political editor Craig Delaware has the story of detectives, Melissa. Staples admits the rate that police were solving murder cases dropped in recent years. He says when she became chief the detectives test hadn't been given for a decade the clearance rate is up. Now, she says an above the seventeen percent. Some news reports indicate currently today where forty two percent Thoenes rate the FBI clearance rate guidelines indicates that it's not only what the media speaking about is the current years clearance rate people's told all in the FBI standard is to count cases solve for murders from the current year in past years. So it's current years murders that we cleared that occurred in two thousand eighteen in prayer years murders that have cleared. He admits even forty-two percent isn't enough. But she says there were twelve hundred detectives working cases now at city hall, Craig Delamore, NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. Police superintendent Eddie Johnson left those hearings early. Today after getting word that a police officer had accidents shot himself in the leg spokesman says the officer drove himself to the hospital after the shooting at Argyll and Sacramento in Albany park. He's reportedly awake and alert. Prosecutors in Indiana filing reckless homicide charges against the twenty four year old woman state trooper say was after wheel of a pickup truck hit and killed three siblings. As they boarded a bus. I just can't imagine that pain and our prayers go out to those family midday. Police sergeant Tony Slocum's earthy incident in the town of Rochester south of south bend killed a ninety year old girl at her twin six-year-old brothers a fourth child was critically injured. A lot of people living in Chicago's Logan square neighborhood agree that Logan boulevard can be challenging for people on foot or on bikes, but the disagreement over how to improve it spilled out into the open this afternoon. WBZ M's Bob Roberts had a ringside seat. And he's live on the news line from Logan square. Bob. Well, Chris this involves the placement of bike lanes. The active transportation alliance says it has support for reserve bike. Place. It would take away or to a four lane.
"indiana school" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Using the extra Jin temporal scanner thermometer. This Halloween, you won't be tricked by any spooky symptoms resident Trump and first lady Melania have just landed in Pittsburgh, joining them is vodka Trump and her husband, Jared, Kushner, they will meet with victims of last weekend's tree of life synagogue, shooting and others in Pittsburgh's Jewish community there. It comes as the first funerals. Take place more than one thousand people have poured into one of Pittsburgh's largest synagogues to more and see. So and David Rosenthal. The two brothers who were killed in Saturday's massacre services for Dr Jerry Rabinowitz also being held today. Eleven people were gunned down Saturday in the deadliest attack on Jews in US history. A family in northern Indiana is in mourning today after three of their children were struck and killed while boarding a bus this morning. Our Nick gale with that state. Police say a nine year old girl and her twin six year old brothers were killed what a pickup truck struck them as they cross the road to board a school bus sergeant Tony Slocum tells ABC seven that the girl and her brothers died at the scene our hearts break for the families involved here in this tragic situation and our prayers obviously, go out to update to watch the emotions that that these family members had to go through and a tough day for I responded inhabitant Rochester about one hundred miles north of Indianapolis and eleven years. Old boy who was not a relative also struck. He was airlifted to a Fort Wayne hospital with multiple broken bones. Police say the bus was fully stocked with the stop arm deployed one at twenty four year old woman in a pickup structure for children as they were crossing the road, Nick gale WLS AM eight ninety news President Trump says he wants to order the end of the constitutional right to citizenship for babies of non-citizens and unauthorized immigrants born in the United States. The president's comments to axios HBO come amid renewed push for hardline immigration policies before the midterm elections revoking birthright citizenship would spark a court fight over the president's unilateral ability to change an amendment to the constitution. President Trump says White House lawyers are reviewing his proposal. House speaker Paul Ryan tells W V L K radio in Kentucky that the president cannot end birthright citizenship on his own the top Republican tells W via K radio that Republicans didn't like when then President Obama tried changing immigration laws via executive action Senator Lindsey Graham. Mm says he plans to introduce a Bill to end birthright citizenship in Florida Republican congressman Carlos Carrillo slammed any attempt to end birthright citizenship in a tweet Cabello called for broad immigration reform that reaffirms America's tradition of being a nation of immigrant immigrants and Bill Cameron says to democratic members of congress from the Chicago area are pushing back against the president's birthright move germs Schakowsky and Raja Krishna Krishnamurthy's say Trump is definitely stroke in fear to get out the vote for his base. But they also say his move is shameful. It's just un-american. It is immoral. It is outrageous. And it's unconstitutional. I was part of the legal immigrant caravan of nineteen Seventy-three,.
"indiana school" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Industrial and that was out in there in really hurt them. The fifty five year old woman told police that she took a wrong turn. And then started driving up the stairs at one of the buildings at the domain. Yes. I know she's drunk taking a wrong turn and hitting that first step. I would hope that that would wake you up enough from your little drunk and super could go this is right police asked her what happened have you had anything to drink. She said I had too much or how little sleep days ten to eleven AM and two to three PM on NewsRadio KLBJ. The president says no amendment necessary. I'm Lisa Brady, Fox News, but his plan to undo so-called birthright citizenship could bring a constitutional challenge in court. President Trump speaking to axios on HBO and confirming that he will sign an executive order ending so-called birthright citizenship for babies of non-citizens born on US soil with the only country in the world where a person comes in has a baby and the baby is essentially a citizen of the United States for eighty five years with all of those benefits. It's ridiculous should President Trump pursue the executive order. He would almost certainly face court challenges and it remains unclear whether he could prevail as many legal. Scholars argue such a change requires a constitutional amendment is John decker at the White House. A few hours from now the president heads to Pittsburgh where the first funerals are underway from Saturday's synagogue shooting that killed eleven six others were injured. President Trump plans to meet with some of them and victims families a deadly tragedy at a school bus stop in northern Indiana. This morning boxes. Jeff monosso has this live a frantic nine one one calls came in around seven AM from state road twenty five and four hundred north in Fulton County, Indiana, where a group of elementary school kids were mowed down by a pickup truck while crossing the street toward their boss. Three were struck and killed a fourth child was flown to Fort Wayne Indiana hospital from Vienna. State. Police sergeant Tony Slocum says the victims were a nine year old girl and her six year old twin brothers a fourth child is in serious condition. We're also told the driver of that pickup is cooperating Lisa. Thanks sheriff Wall Street right now stocks are rallying though the Dow had been even higher right now. It's up one hundred ninety nine points topping twenty four thousand six.
Girl, 9, twin 6-year-old brothers killed in crash at Indiana school bus stop
"Families a deadly tragedy at a school bus stop in northern Indiana. This morning boxes. Jeff monosso has this live a frantic nine one one calls came in around seven AM from state road twenty five and four hundred north in Fulton County, Indiana, where a group of elementary school kids were mowed down by a pickup truck while crossing the street toward their boss. Three were struck and killed a fourth child was flown to Fort Wayne Indiana hospital from Vienna. State. Police sergeant Tony Slocum says the victims were a nine year old girl and her six year old twin brothers a fourth child is in serious condition. We're also told the driver of that pickup
"indiana school" Discussed on WGN Radio
"I'm bringing a Don McLean in American pie. If you are single learn how to play guitar. Don McLean is seventy three years old. It was announced yesterday. He's dating a successful model. Supermodel. Dating a successful model. She's twenty four. He's seventy three she's twenty four to forty nine year difference aside from going out to dinner and dozing off into your seat or you'll get up to go to the bathroom and the waiter comes over and goes, here's the checkers your grandfather Bank. You know, once you get by that. Drinking. The great songs of all time. Steve you're ready to do that. I'm ready headlines in seven twenty WGN. Good morning everyone. It's fifty degrees. This morning in Chicago, mostly cloudy skies on our way to sixty three today, maybe some thunderstorms following some sad news out of northern Indiana this morning where three children have been killed and one child seriously injured when they were hit at a school bus, stop near Rochester, Indiana. That's about fifty miles south of south bend. Indiana. State. Police say the children were at the bus. Stop getting ready to get on the bus stop arm on the bus was out when they were struck one again airlifted to the hospital in Fort Wayne in serious condition back here in Chicago police, you're looking for a driver involved in a fatal hit and run that happened in the Chatham neighborhood. Just after three a m near cottage grove in seventy nine th street. Police say man was struck by a car as he was crossing the street drag seven blocks underneath the vehicle police say the car may be gray Hyundai Elantra. That they're looking for two brothers at a doctor who were killed at a Pittsburgh synagogue will be laid to rest. Today funeral services are scheduled this morning for brothers, David and see so Rosenthal. And Dr Jerry Rabinowitz gunman stormed the tree of life synagogue and killed eleven people on Saturday. President Trump will visit the Pittsburgh area today and those are the headlines WGN sports sponsored by northwestern basketball, Chicago's big ten team history at the United Center, Golden State's Klay Thompson, fourteen reporters, I knew NBA record his performance came in the warriors one forty nine one twenty four win over the bulls Thomson finished with fifty to the bulls are two and five not quite as good as Thompsons big night at former bull. Jimmy Butler was pretty good hitting six of seven from long range scoring thirty to delete Minnesota past LeBron James and the Lakers one twenty four to one twenty Monday night football New England over buffalo twenty five six. The bears will be in buffalo Sunday. The bills are two and six the Browns fight coach hue Jackson, who's one just three games in two plus seasons. The NFL says it will play four regular season games in London next year two at Wembley stadium at to the new stadium being built for Tottenham. Isn't that cheer guy? Steve over there, isn't that? Hotspur's their new stadium. Their new credible. Home stadium said to be the best sporting facility on the planet. Open soon. You're saying next year the NFL is going to play two games. They're supposed to be exceptional. All quite park. They haven't said which teams would be making the trip White Sox declined their sixteen million dollar option pitcher James shields exercising in two million dollar buyout. So he becomes a free agent socks did actually size their option on pitcher Nate Jones Blackhawks head for Vancouver later and the start of a three game road trip there tomorrow our xfinity Blackhawks report tomorrow's game..
"indiana school" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Eighty three degrees above normal seventy four going up to eighty three today checking the markets. The Dow's down thirty two NASDAQ is up twenty three the s&p is up on point CBS news special report UN ambassador. Nikki Haley has resigned. CBS news White House. Correspondent Steven Portnoy joins me now. Live Steven what can you tell us? Well, not a great deal. Vicki Nikki Haley has been with the administration since the beginning. There's been no explanation yet for her decision to step aside just a couple of weeks ago. She was by the president's side in New York for his meetings at the United Nations. Mr. Trump is expected to sit alongside Nikki Haley in the Oval Office in just a few minutes. And there it's expected the two will speak with reporters and had a bit more light on this situation. But a senior administration source tells CBS news at this hour that Haley is resigning from her post and that the president has accepted the resignation Vicky. Very good. Steven Portnoy, again, a U N ambbassador. Nikki Haley has stepped down the president and amassador Haley meeting in the Oval Office in just a few minutes. CBS news special report, I'm Vicki Barker. WBZ news time nine twenty one and the news continues. There are no reports of injuries after an explosion this morning at an ethanol plant in southern Wisconsin. Authorities say a coal about the explosion at badger state. Ethanol in Monroe came in shortly before six o'clock this morning, crews are still assessing the situation, but there is no active fire. Every Indiana school district will be evaluated at a new set of measures next year to identify districts, the main need state assistance or intervention state committee recently approved eight primary indicators determine which financial conditions should trigger a state review including school to unbalances annual deficit or surplus. Meantime before Indiana school superintendent is facing charges. Shiro? Pruitt was charged Friday. With theft and official misconduct for receiving reimbursements twice related to one Los Angeles conference in two thousand sixteen according to court documents, the Gary post Tribune reports the.
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"Edition NewsRadio w RV a time three oh one A husband and wife with no apparent. Permanent, address Our charge in Chesterfield with operating a meth. Lab in a house that doesn't belong to them we get more from w. RV as Gary Powell police were summoned to the. Home in the nine thousand block of lyric quarter after was termined. That at least two people were in. The home we didn't have permission to be there police repeatedly knocked on. The, door of the house and announce their, presence eventually a man and a woman came out. Least went inside of the home and upon inspecting they found a suspected meth. Lab in the basement of that Chesterfield county residents. Cops have arrested and charged thirty four, year old Matthew star and thirty five year old Diana star with. Possession of a schedule one and two controlled substance Gary Powell NewsRadio Problems. For NASCAR chairman Brian France he was arrested in the Hamptons and held overnight. On charges of driving while intoxicated and criminal possession. Of oxycodone he was arraigned today saying, harbor village Justice Gordon New York and released NASCAR says it's taking. The arrest seriously A statement once they have all the. Facts police say they stopped the Fifty-six-year-old after he blew through a, stop sign and his 2017 Lexus at least two people are dead dozens. Injured in northern Italy where a tanker truck carrying, flammable material exploded. We get more from ABC's Megan Williams in Rome. The truck, exploded on a highway overpass near the city, of bologna injuring up to seventy people. As it caused the raised highway to collapse people were hit by flying glass as windows shattered a nearby, buildings others were burned by the heat of the flames local reports say the truck was carrying liquified petroleum gas and the explosion followed a traffic accident the initial flames reportedly set off more explosions, in, the cars. Underneath the highway overpass where the truck exploded Chicago leaders talking for the first time calling a bloody weekend that. Included within seventy people, shot in Chicago ABC's, Ryan burrow reports mayor Rahm. Emanuel saying the violence is not Chicago What happened this weekend did not. Happen in every neighborhood in Chicago but it is unacceptable to happen in any neighborhood of Chicago mayor Emanuel in Chicago police superintendent Eddie Johnson calling. For witnesses to set forward and help police figure out who did the shooting grandparents parents siblings significant others. You know who they are Johnson admitting they haven't. Made any arrests but he says they do have some leads a, federal judge has ordered an Indiana school district to allow transgender students to. Use mail bathrooms judge William Lawrence signed an injunction, just days before. Classes resume in the Evansville Vanderberg school district the. Seventeen year, old sued after he was told to use, the girl's bathroom or bathrooms in the. Nurse's office checking your money the Dow up forty seven at twenty five thousand five hundred nine SNP up, ten at twenty eight fifty one.
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"The event just yet but select seats will be up for grabs this morning there's a report out today the shows at twenty sixteen presidential election took a toll on your thanksgiving celebration yes that's true apparently a science magazine says the average holiday party was about a half hour shorter on average the author of the study says a lot of people just were outside their comfort zone that's one of the few times we really kind of experience something as americans that kind of you know kind of forced us out of our political bubbles of cross cuts these partisan divides so apparently after the election in two thousand sixteen the presidential election we'll tell you about when you have big family don't discuss religion and politics apparently that didn't hold that well yeah as you said the comfort level is usually thanks players on the comfort to begin with indiana school board president is stepped down after sharing an online post in support of roseanne barr following her tweets the woman posted an apology on facebook after sharing the post that included the photo of roseanne and the words we stand with roseanne sheriff you do too she said she hadn't read roseanne's tweet before sharing the post this is the president of the school board there in indiana abc cancelled the show of course and you know the rest an attack on student has resulted in the arrest of three students from these middle school seven a week ago school was let out in the ball to group of girls who were punching and kicking the young girl video the attack was then shared on social media the victim's mother says a group of students have been bullying her daughter for about a month woman hurt her leg while she was hiking in griffith park said to be air lifted out but they say she's in good condition and not guilty plea from san diego county man accused of trying to hijack an elementary school bus and threatening to kill the driver with a butcher knife prosecutors say the man was trying to kidnap his own kids but prosecutors say he might have been high on drugs at the time the man was called one a couple of good samaritans intervened cerita south sixty five at south street you got a crash in the carpool lane tell you more than one hundred twenty four run posted dodgers here's rendu now for inside baseball brought to you by your southern california chevrolet dealer dodgers.
Indiana School, Maryland and Middle School discussed on The Mike Buck Show
"Middle school teacher who confronted a young gunman and his indiana school is now talking publicly about the ordeal actions on that day in my mind were the only acceptable actions i could've done given the circumstances i deeply care for my students and their well being says why did what i did that day jason semen seventh grade teacher at the school in noblesville indiana ellicott city maryland was just back on its feet after devastating flooding in two thousand sixteen ounce been slammed again catastrophic flooding the result of almost eight inches of rain that fell yesterday more on these stories at townhall dot com.
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"Stra florida and mississippi launched emergency preparations today ahead of the arrival of sub tropical storm alberto a slow moving system expected to cause wet misery cross the us gulf coast this weekend heavy downpours expected to begin tomorrow which lashing parts of florida louisiana mississippi and alabama a teacher who stopped the school shootings been released from a hospital in indiana jason semen at the noblesville indiana school where the shooting occurred friday being called a hero teacher who stopped the violence by knocking a gun away in tackling the shooter seaman and a student were shot by another student at the noblesville west middle school the injured student remains in critical but stable condition former apollo twelve astronauts alan being who was the fourth man to walk on the moon and later turned to painting to chronicle the moon landings on canvas as died bean was eighty six years old this is sr in news there's not a day that goes by that i don't hear from somebody either through an email or a comment or text message about how people love their relief factor if you have back pain neck pain leg pain pain from working out at the gym just painting you think you have to live with think again there's a perfect alternative to ib propane there's a perfect alternative to prescription drugs relief factor developed by physicians made from high quality fish oil and essential nutrients you know what.
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"I would love to have somebody win going into memorial day weekend that'd be super cash good luck to you and again before the end of the show will also have a gift certificate for downtown dining week parsons ribs all right a couple of stories to get out of the way here there were two three let's call them gun stories don't really think that's an appropriate title but they involve guns the i of course was santa fe texas we're ten students were killed by as a student at the school the second story was oklahoma city where a man walked into a restaurant in attempted to commit an act of mass homicide and the third of course was today an indiana school which just had a school shooting where's the hyperventilating gun control crowd on these stories and what are these stories have in common well the hyper bidding hyperventilating gun control crowd can't do much with these stories because they've committed themselves to a set of political solutions that aren't going to stop the problem of school shootings or people attempting mass homicide in order to maintain any kind of integrity with their political there their package of political solutions they have to ignore everything that doesn't fit into that box and even though ten students are dead in santa fe taxes last week those deaths don't fit into the box of political solutions at the left has so they just moved on because you had a kid who is not able to possess any of the guns that he used not there was no semiautomatic sporting rifle ak assault weapon used he built pipebombs he stole guns he used a handgun not even a semiautomatic handgun he used a revolver he used a shotgun doesn't check any of the boxes of the demanded prescribed political solutions that the left has so really there hasn't been much in the way of reporting on santa fan i'm very surprised by that then we get to the story in oklahoma city this also doesn't fit into the box of prescribed political solutions because an oklahoma city the way the mass shooting at lewis restaurant was stopped by it was it was stopped.
"indiana school" Discussed on Unfilter
"It was scary knowing their heads are out there and then they didn't find this person any company villas right next to us so i mean i of so it a big cyberthreat the ally the biggest cyber boogeyman if not knowing who your neighbour really it's he wanted to be the worst cyber terrorist that ever lived the worst cyberterrorists that ever lived is a stupid guy who got in a stupid situation on facebook and tried to pressure girl by making threats that then gets presented to the school the school shuts down parents become scared and it's just some kid it's a frightening thought than it's one that became all too real for people on this quiet east bakersfield sri nextdoor neighbours say that they never actually met 26yearold buster fernandez he lived here on eucalyptus drive and on thursday the fbi showed up at his doorstep and arrested him for threatening an indiana school for making cyber threats to female victims and for producing child pornography now of course that i had mentioned that allows them because could be true for it probably is true but they only just in the throat in anyways hernandez allegedly went by the name brian kill on facebook and use multiple accounts to threaten a female minor in indiana into sending him sexually explicit pictures so that is legitimately a very bad thing the worst cyberbullying or whatever deaths whether they even come a bully they just a cyberthreat he thought he could not be found it in the cyber world uh this was the modern equivalent of looking for a needle in a haystack no it's not it's just some more on on facebook it's doing something that's illegal but it's not some massive cyberthreat the requires the justice department to spend two years with the seams and now they're making this big story out of here is what do i always say on the show think of the children no no not that one all you mean the other one.