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"Low of forty six right now, it's forty three in Wheaton forty-eight along the lakefront Forty-six at midway Forty-six at O'Hare again heading down to a partly cloudy, low of forty three WBZ news time three twenty. Our top story this hour. Former vice president Joe Biden Nettie campaign event for Ohio Democrats since the spate of hate related crimes last week, including the deadly synagogue shootings in Pittsburgh should be loudly. Condemned this is a time for American leaders of all stripes, all of us to think about consoling the victims and uniting this country. And and I think it's really important you guys get it. I'm not being solicited. You guys. Get it words matter funerals for all, but one of the victims of the Pittsburgh synagogue massacre have been scheduled we'll have much more on this story coming up at three thirty one to Mark the two hundred anniversary of Illinois becoming a state later this year. There's a list of the state's leading minority trailblazers former President Obama tops the list, which was compiled based on online votes solicited by organizers of the Illinois bicentennial others on the list include Black Hawk sauk warrior as well as chief keokuk who gave up land to settlers. To avoid bloodshed Chicago's first African American mayor, Harold Washington and Patricia Roberts Harris who was the first African American woman to serve as a US ambassador. Hobart police say one driver was responsible for two separate crashes involving eleven vehicles over the weekend along US thirty overt. Police captain James Gonzales says the seventy year old driver from crown point kept going for about a quarter of a mile after hitting the first car vehicle, then continued to travel westbound route thirty and then it jumped a curb and traveled across about a thirty foot easement and struck nine additional vehicles. Police say the driver has a history of seizures the driver and a pedestrian retreated for minor injuries. Chicago city council committee has rejected grassroots plans for a civilian authority to preside over police reform. The voice vote rejecting the proposed civilian police accountability council was unanimous. But it would be wrong to say it was easy or quick proponents like autumn and Carlos Ramirez rose have been trying to force this both for more than two years. Years. The board will have the authority to appoint the superintendent of police rewrite the police rulebook, including all use of force guideline standard operating operating procedures rules. Jenner orders daily administration. Supporters like autumn and Walter Burnett say the proponents unlikely those elected to the council seem to hate the police and couldn't fairly judge complaints against them. I've been concerned if you put a klu Klux Klan over me and say they're gonna make a decision about me. You know, what I'm saying somebody, I know that don't like me Ramirez. Rosa says failure to pass. The grassroots plan may affect the council's elections next year at city hall, Craig Delamore, NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM, Chicago and suburban Cook County voters will have several referenda questions on next week's ballot. Cook County ballots will include questions about raising the minimum wage allowing workers turn sick time as well as a couple of gun issues. Chicago voters will be asked about property taxes, whether marijuana should be legalized, and if plastic straws should be banned..
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"It's Monday, October twenty ninth. Good afternoon. I'm Keith Johnson. And I'm Chris cradle that fifty six degrees at O'Hare fifty at the lakefront and partly sunny skies. The five day forecast is coming up a retired local story the view from Chicago of last weekend's deadly shootings free. If the tree of life synagogue in Pittsburgh. I'm giving you the games. Lisa fielding reports. Religious leaders in our area calling for solidarity against hate and David Rosenthal. Fifty four on the steps of the do SABA museum for African American history. The names of the eleven murdered a read aloud annual Stein seventy-one Jewish Baptists Muslim leaders from Chicago's faith L, call for unity rabbis fee Ingle with the Chicago rabbinical association to echo the words of so many of my colleagues here today, we're engaged in the work of trying to help society to recall its lost civil discourse, watch your language. The among the uprights be among the welcoming be among those who bring more lightning to the world leaders say more must be done about anti-semitism around the world. And that the squirrel hill tragedy. Must be a wakeup call about hate and intolerance. Lisa fielding, NewsRadio on one point nine FM by Twenty-three-year-old Orland park. Man is accused of vandalizing church five separate time. Time since the beginning of the year police in Orland park say Luke Corrigan is being held without bond accused of targeting The Living Word Lutheran church. Officers say the church is not far from Corrigan's home in Orland park. Most recently, they say Corrigan broke several windows at the church and painted vulgarities and anti religious symbols on the church. Police say surveillance cameras captured images of Corrigan and an officer recognized him. From prior scrapes with the law Corrigan's accused of a total of five incidents of vandalism against the church, including an arson. He faces one count of arson and five counts of aid crime. Steve Miller, News Radio on one zero five point nine FM. Man was found dead this morning in an industrial area near the north branch of the Chicago river is body found around seven o'clock, new Clifton and Libran just east of the river near recycling business. The company says the man is not the employee and was not authorized to be in the area. Almost a dozen cars were involved in two separate crashes with the same driver in Hobart over the weekend. A seventy year old crown point man who Hobart police say has a history of seizures was driving westbound on US route thirty Saturday afternoon when he hit a car in front of the banquet hall, captain James Gonzales, says the man's two thousand six Ford Explorer kept going at high speed on route thirty then jumped a curb a quarter of a mile away and hit nine more cars in the parking. Lot of a Chucky cheese went end over end. And then ended up facing it was resting on on the top of the vehicle and facing east. Police say the driver had to be extricated and was taken to the hospital with minor injuries. As was a person who was hit while standing between.
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"Twenty mile per hour. Winds heading toward the Florida's Gulf Coast. The National Hurricane Center says Michael could make landfall tomorrow afternoon near Panama City, one hundred miles west of Tallahassee shelters in one coastal Florida county are not being open because they are considered reliable only up to a category two hurricane. Several people were taken by van today from coastal county to Leon county to the north home of the state capital. Swiftwater boats are patrolling thirty five mile stretch of river for four people who went missing after floodwaters overran an RV park in a small west Texas city. The boats are patrolling a stretch downstream from the RV park located on the south Yana river injunction, a city about one hundred forty miles west of Austin the boats are slowly going down. The river is crews hope to hear anyone who might be in a tree or on a riverbank. There's another vacancy coming to the Trump administration United Nations embassador Nikki Haley has decided to leave at the end of the year. Bob Costantini reports are speculation about. Why now but she shot down. One major theories seemed to come out of the blue with President Trump indicating it was not sudden she told me probably six months ago, she said, you know, maybe at the end of the year at the end of the two year period at the end of the year. I want to take a little time off Healy, South Carolina, governor for six years prior to Mr. Trump naming her as United Nations embassador, she's respected across the GOP divide of establishment and Trump Republicans leading efforts to bring North Korea and Iran to healed and getting the US out of international agreements. Now, the United States is respected countries may not like what we do. They respect what we do here at least down speculation that she might run for president in twenty twenty. Bob Costantini, the White House. President Trump says former aide Dina Powell is under consideration to replace Haley and authorities have arrested at Gary man facing charges in a shooting that wounded a man in his nine year old son outside a WalMart over police say the FBI state police and Gary police swat team arrested year old Alex Cordell Hughes afternoon. Was found hiding underneath a car. He's charged with attempted murder aggravated battery and criminal gang activity in these September thirtieth shooting in a parking lot outside a WalMart. In hobart. Lieutenant James Gonzales says the condition of the nine year old initially listed as critical has improved and the boy may be released from the hospital within days. The boys father was shot in both legs. Police say the shooting stemmed from an ongoing dispute between rival gang factions. Alex, Cordell Hughes is being held without bond. Traffic.
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"Arts, fighter from north west suburb? Suburban stream would is, charged in connection with a deadly crash. Earlier this week prosecutors Say twenty, five year, old, Faraz Khan. Spent Wednesday smoking marijuana and was under the influence when he rear ended a minivan on Schaumburg ruled that, night killing its driver Forty-one-year-old Amano Shalva is striking another car has been charged with aggravated DUI he has seven prior speeding violations police say speed was a factor in Wednesday's crash once. Ranked first, in. Illinois in his weight class Khan, is an and then a fighter recently turned professional. He's being held on over a million dollars bond Andy day NewsRadio one point nine FM. Murder charges have been filed against the widower of an. Indiana state Senator in, the death of a longtime family friend of prominent judge in attorney t Edward page over police Lieutenant James Gonzales explains at eighty three year old suspect William Lansky led to this whole event soon as. He saw all those bags in the foyer he said he. Was really over, well And it infuriated him because he felt that the judge had been procrastinating and not fulfilling his duty as a tax preparer. From the family linski Swire state Senator sued Lansky died in. Twenty. Fifteen in other news today Lansing village board members, are voting next week on a settlement. Of a lawsuit against an off duty police officer involved, in a videotaped altercation with a teenager The what The video, shows Lansing, police officer William Mason holding fifteen year old Jordan Brunson on the ground in the officers. Front yard while we could just forget all, about this Roland going We, go no We to leave the teenager was on Mason's property with a friend who had hidden. In the bushes, after a fight the friend. Recorded the video the officer had said he thought the teenagers were involved. In area burglaries he ended up being suspended and retrained the daily. South town reports if.
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"Former judge to pick up what he expected to be some tax documents and became furious, when he found. Out the work, hadn't been done Lansky then allegedly, shot page four times Hobart police Lieutenant. James Gonzales says although Lansky has not expressed remorse he. Knows what he did was wrong I asked him if Or certain how gassed him if he knew right from wrong which he indicated. He did and then I I asked him if he knew what he did today was wrong. And he knowledge, yes he did and. He took another man's life Lieutenant Gonzales call Lansky. A murderous coward several people, were shot, including a three-year-old boy last night and the Inglewood neighborhood on the south side and the shooting, happened around eight? O'clock in the sixteen. Hundred block of west. Sixty, fifth street the boy was hitting the left leg he's being treated at colmer children's hospital a twenty seven year, old man was shot. In the torso, he's at Saint bernards condition unknown police said they're gathering more information about the others in that group that were shot last night crystal lake Mann's accused they're trying. To kill his psychiatrist in her office in Elgin twenty year old Elliot Lockwood according to police asked his psychiatrists for a prescription for medical. Marijuana and when she told him her licensed didn't allow that he took a knife out, of a backpack. In lunged at, her she was cut on the, hand and wrist and ran out of. The office Lockwood followed Police say punching her in the head at least four times police were there, quickly, and arrested the man the daily herald reports. He later fought with police chairman hospital. Charges including attempted murder Mike Crausser NewsRadio on one point nine FM governor Rauner signed four bills yesterday. During a visit to the Illinois state police tent at Illinois state fair to of. The bills. Will be welcome news for police throughout. The state one Bill helps support our, law enforcement officers in their mental health needs and that'll help. Support that's important another Bill. Makes it clear that our law enforcement officers when they retire are able to buy their badges if. Like and they can. Also buy their firearms at replacement cost if they would like to so nice. Support service. For our officers, would like to maintain that connection the other bills. Would allow more time for Ford cards to be renewed as opposed to expiring during the renewal process and last one gets. Police in corners to use a national database to help identify human remains AccuWeather neck,.
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"Project dot org Hobart police say they have charged a family friend with the shooting death of a prominent. Attorney and judge Hobart police Lieutenant James. Gonzales says eighty three year old William Lansky said he was upset because he, believed former judge Tracy Edward page had procrastinated in doing taxes for his family said that as soon as he saw, all those bags in the foyer he's really overwhelmed and it infuriated them because he felt that the judge page had been procrastinating fulfilling his duty as a tax preparer from the family for the bags. Were, full, of tax related paperwork, police say Lansky pulled. A, gun put it two pages abdomen pulled. The trigger shooting page four times police also, say Lansky has not, expressed remorse The shooting happened in pages home Wednesday a judge delayed sentencing. For a confessed serial. Rapist yesterday after last minute questions arose. About the demands actual ID he is. An undocumented immigrant daily sow town. Reports will county judge David Carlson told prosecutors to talk, with the county's probation department to determine any alleged aliases for Thirty-seven-year-old Miguel Luna Luna if that's his name pleaded guilty to. Multiple counts of sexually assaulting women and. He confessed to raping three women near Rockdale and Shanahan police officers see the, worst that life has to offer and that can take a psychological and emotional toll at the state fair yesterday governor, signed a law that encourages police to get mental health treatment without jeopardizing their careers adoration or two ago it was a sign of weakness to get this kind of help state police director Leo Schmitz. Says, not, in two thousand eighteen, I think that we. All, have to understand that anything we can. Help and mental health you could be tough And still have a problem, going, through, a. Certain situation so we do, everything we can to protect and help our, people get better other new laws promote a national database run.
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"Do have some light rain though in Romeo. Bill Seventy-three a low tonight of seventy tomorrow partly sunny with a high of eighty four our top local story to reward by independent investigators, finds the, problem of sexual abuse Kaga public schools was bigger than officials realized WBZ news political editor, Craig Delaware with, a story just two weeks before the start of the new school year former federal, prosecutor, Maggie hickeys preliminary report says public school officials were not collecting information on sexual abuse complaints employee misconduct or reports to child welfare authorities in. A way that would, have shown them the patterns of sexual assaults against students that existed and the report. Says CPS officials in employees were not, trained adequately on policies for dealing with sexual abuse, a written statement from school board president Frank Clark points out that the Chicago Public schools started implementing the investigators recommendations well before this report came out among the changes there's now a, twenty person office of student protections at city hall. Preg-. Delamore NewsRadio. On one zero five point. Nine FM a man who, police describe as. A friend of the family charged in the murder of a prominent attorney in Hobart already say eighty three year old will give Lansky went to the. Home of tea every page and Wednesday and. Shot him four times police Lieutenant James Gonzales says Lansky was first aid over the time being taken for a work on legal documents I, asked him, if certain how he knew right from wrong which he indicated he did and then I, I asked him, if he knew what he did today was wrong and he knowledge yes he did, and, he took another man's life Lancia's a widow of deceased state Senator suit Lansky WBZ news time seven oh seven the clouds parted people around. Downtown today gotta look, at planes taking part of this weekend's air water in a small shady corner that, looked out on lake shore drive and, navy pier a tiny group of shit With. Their eyes to the skies Lois was anxiously awaiting the air force Thunderbirds I don't usually watch the practice I wait until the real thing, and do that from navy pier I was sitting at home and heard them so I thought I would come up and see it and those Thunderbirds came roaring by the. Lakefront shortly, after another practice spectator says this is an annual tradition at a great way to take. In the sights without the crowds on the lakefront. Anti-gay NewsRadio on one..
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"Two it'll hear the lakefront seventy-five tonight partly cloudy with a low, at seventy our top local story on NewsRadio WBZ 'em police in Hobart say the killer, of a prominent attorney and former judge is an eighty three year old longtime family friend who was. Upset that his tax work wasn't done faster WBZ 'em Steve Miller reports it was. Former judge, t Edward page who was shot and killed outside his home in. Hobart he'd been doing. Some tax work for the. Family of his friends state Senator sue Lansky she died three years ago when police say, when her widower William Lansky went to pages house to. Pick up documents he was furious because he believed page had been procrastinating the revolt. Rodham his pocket. And pointed it towards the stomach and pull the trigger then Hobart police Lieutenant James Gonzales says pages husband pushed Lansky knocking The, gun out of his hand Gonzales says he was at the home later. That day. Talking to, witnesses including, pages husband I tried to comfort him, you know. But there's. There since nineteen eighty one Gonzales, called Lansky, murderous coward. Steve Miller. News Radio on one zero five, point nine FM Chicago school leaders so they're already putting recommendations Jeddah facts from a scathing report looking, at how the district handles complaints about children being sexually abused by adults former federal prosecutor, Maggie Hickey her law firms as administrators did not collect information that would have helped, raise an alarm. About patterns and the staff have not been trained to deal with abuse cases a. Crystal lake, man faces charges in an attack on his psychiatrist in Elgin year. Old Elliot Lockwood according. To police asked his psychiatrists. For a prescription for medical marijuana and when she told him her licensed didn't allow that, he took a knife out of a backpack in lunch. Dinner he was cut on the hand and wrist and ran out of the office, Lockwood followed police say, punching her in the head at least, four Times police. Were there quickly and arrested the man the daily herald reports he later fought with police, at Sherman hospital charges including, attempted murder, Mike Crausser NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM happens alive, this time of, year people walking around, downtown with, your eyes pointed up not. To look at high rises but the planes taking part of, this weekend Chicago air and water show in a small shady corner that looks, out on lake, shore drive, and navy pier a tiny group of Chicagoans with their eyes to the skies Lois was anxiously awaiting the air force.
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"At four o'clock it is mostly cloudy eighty one degrees at O'Hare it. Is the fourth day of testimony in. The idea Pendleton murder trial it's expected, to stretch into next week Chicago police officers, on the stand today recounting how they arrested the alleged gang. Members accused of, gunning down the fifteen year old in a park so suburban Lansing getting closer to settling a lawsuit filed by the family of a fifteen, year old boy who was threatened by an off duty police officer the officer pin fifteen-year-old Jordan Brunson to the ground and threatened to kill. Him after Brunton and a friend were found on the officer's lawn the friend got away but stayed close enough to. Videotape the event and millions of people watched it on social media. The Tribune says Lansing has agreed to a seventy thousand dollar settlement it's expected to be Proved. By the village board on Tuesday Steve Bertrand WGN news number of companies have, been releasing their, earnings reports and now. President Trump is looking, to shake things up in a tweet this morning President Trump says he's asked the SEC to look at. Doing away with quarterly. Earnings reports that companies are. Required to file and moving to a semi annual system Trump says he's. Spoken with quote some of the world's. Top business leaders and they've told him, to go to a six month reporting system, he says it would allow for greater flexibility for companies and. Save money while, the change would likely please executives it raises concerns about transparency as investors would have fewer opportunities to see detailed reports on how their companies, are doing Mark Remillard ABC news New York criminal charges will be filed against a California woman seen on video that's now gone viral throwing. Hot coffee at a contractor initially Miguel Sanchez did not press charges but says he changed his mind after he says. The woman sent threatening messages to his wife on Facebook estimates this. Is a hate crime In my estimation this is a serious felonious assault that his, attorney, after the incident, the woman said she regretted it regretted it saying. She's not a racist Hobart police talking about the arrest of William Lansky in the. Murder of sixty, four year old attorney Edward page Lieutenant James Gonzales says they still don't know why page was shot to down reasoning that the defendant built Lansky. Provided a, and sergeant Hawke still, doesn't answer why he killed judge page, the motive still isn't completely clear but what Bill Lansky claim to. Us that he was dissatisfied with how judge page wasn't handling his tax. Affairs and timely manner page was gunned. Down at his home orlansky and two of his daughters had gone to retrieve tax records and electronic set to be. In critical, condition after, being shot, at a construction site this morning on Chicago's near north side according to fire crews he was working in a basement of. A, building at Clark and LaSalle paramedics, performed CPR, in the man to revive him he, is at northwestern hospital and go to routers defending his call. For a debate between Illinois Attorney general candidates Erica herald and Kwami Rahul despite the governor bowing out of debates with primary contender Jeannie is in the spring the differences between.
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"The lakefront a high today in the low eighties the transfer spotty shower thunderstorm today our, top local, story on NewsRadio WBZ 'em is new information about what police in northwest Indiana say led to the deadly shooting of a prominent lawyer and the arrest of suspect who's the widower of a. State lawmaker WBZ I'm Steve Miller is live at the anchor desk with late details the man charged with the murder of attorney. And former judge t Edward page is William Lansky who is eighty three years. Old he arrived. At Page's home Wednesday to pick. Up pick up some tax documents Hobart police Lieutenant James Gonzales says Lansky told page he wanted to talk to him as he showed, us an interview Bill Lancy. Put his arms around his left arm around Josh Hey jr The revolt Rodham his pocket and pointed it towards its stomach and pull the, trigger, prosecutors say Lansky shot page because he was upset about. Tax work that was, unfinished, police say page died after being shot four times Steve Miller NewsRadio on, one zero, five point nine FM there's a new report that has delivered some harsh criticism about how Chicago public school leaders handled reports of child sexual abuse by adults connected with. The district the report by former, federal prosecutor Maggie Hickey at her law firm concludes officials failed to collect information in a way that would have. Revealed patterns it also says officials and staff were not adequately trained to deal with sexual, abuse cases, school, board president Frank Clark says the district has already started implementing recommendations in. The report there's no comment from the mayor's office potential charges against the juvenile who's accused of a fatal shooting last night at a basketball tournament in east. Garfield park the boy who was killed has been identified as fifteen-year-old Kenwan Parker a fourteen year old boy was seriously wounded. As well, Chicago, police Responded around nine last night to a call of a large fight inside a partition Fieldhouse north central Park, Avenue, health experts in law enforcement in Kane county are painting. A gloomy picture of, the, opioid crisis and the search for solutions it's a series of programs in, Kane county, called heroin highway a title Aaron Peiser says biz and accurate the most dangerous drug now is fed knol which is a hundred times stronger than heroin and other opiates. Elgin courier news reports detective Tony, Redondo solving the problems like peeling the many layers of an onion Steven pulse Ford says opioid hyper release dopamine. In the brain a that becomes a need an addicts must want help before help can, possibly work, Pat, Cassidy NewsRadio one point nine FM the clouds have priority and people around. Downtown Chicago getting a look at the planes taking part of this weekend's air and water show WB begins Andy Dane is live Newsline okay perched in a. Small shady quarter that looks out on lake shore drive in navy pier a tiny group of Chicago it's with their eyes. To the Sky's Lois was anxiously awaiting the air force, Thunderbirds usually watch the practice I. Wait until the real thing baby I, was sitting at home and heard them so I thought. I would come up, see and as you can hear those Thunderbirds are roaring by the lake front right now another. Practice. Spectator says this is an annual tradition and a great way to take in the sights without the crowns forget you'll hear all.
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"Burning to foia NewsRadio on. One zero five point nine FM lawsuit alleges Chicago police officers terrorized a. Family when they mistakenly raided their. Home police broke down the door to the Mendez family's apartment in the. McKinley park neighborhood last November what. Are you doing, Gilbert Mendez told CBS two police were, shouting obscenities and pointing guns at him his wife and their sons five and nine years old I just flashed before my eyes that's. Nine year. Old. Peter his mother saw the search warrant and the names of their upstairs neighbours and told the officers they had the wrong place but the suit says police continued searching the home the father in handcuffs it's like they didn't even do the research department is yeah. They got it wrong so wrong family's lawyer. Says the kids are dealing with PTSD and, have flashbacks and nightmares Mike Crausser NewsRadio on one zero five point nine, FM charges are expected today against a man accused of shooting and killing a well known lawyer in northwest Indiana yesterday police Lieutenant James. Gonzales says the initial report came in around noon off duty officer, who lives, in the vicinity, of the twelve hundred block of west fourth street notified Lake County dispatch that he heard multiple shots in what he described as people screaming and yelling and hurt I. In yelling for help? When officers arrived they found sixty four year old at Tracy Edward page shot, to death outside of the, home Gonzales says the suspect The eighty, three year old man, from cedar lake was a, friend and clients would. Stopped by pages home with two. Relatives getting belongings to belong, to suspect's family page. Slammed to retire from, the Lake County public defender's office at the end of the month. Anne day NewsRadio on one zero. Five point. Nine FM Gertie and Exchange Commission has opened an investigation and subpoena tesla over CEO Elon Musk's tweets CBS's Nikki Batiste. Has more. Of. The story first reported by FOX business news last week must surprised investors when he tweeted he had secured funding to take the electric car company private the subpoena reportedly seeks information from Tesla's nine directors both tesla and the SEC declined to comment the tweet sent. Shares of tesla soaring but they since come. Back down dropping again after word of the, subpoena there's a clash at. The intersection of rock and roll and politics Republicans are.
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"Here good. Morning I'm Felicia. Middlebrooks good morning Chicago Dumont police I'm Pat Cassidy. By the dogs are rely enemy, another hot one today and yes you will need that umbrella clouds and breaks of sun AccuWeather says it'll be warm and. Humid with showers and some afternoon thunderstorms high. Temperature eighty five, degrees seventy three now at O'Hare top local story on NewsRadio, charges are expected today against demand accused of killing a. Prominent attorney, in Hobart Indiana home WB. Gums Andy Dane reports police Lieutenant James Gonzales says the initial report came in around noon off duty officer who lives in the vicinity of the twelve hundred block of west fourth street notified Lake County dispatch that he heard multiple shots in what he described as People screaming. And yelling and hurt a person yelling for help when officers. Arrived they found sixty four year old at Tracy, Edward, page, shot to death outside of the home Gonzales says the suspect in eighty. Three year old man. From cedar. Lake was a friend and. Clients would stopped by, pages home with two relatives. Getting belongings. To belong to. Suspect's family, page slammed to. Retire from the Lake County public defender's office at. The end of the, month Anne, day NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM police enorthfield have now arrested a suspect in the murder of Stephen Shapiro. A partner in the prestigious mayor Brown blah. Firm and one, of the most respected practitioners in his field detectives are calling, the Monday shooting the result of a domestic incident but. They aren't, saying much more about John. Gately the third who has charged with first degree murder and attempted first degree murder Shapiro was killed in his home Gately was taken into custody late last night from his apartment and when that got a forty seven year olds Chicago police officers suffered a broken hip during a. Chase in Scotland with armed robbery suspect's near, lakeville Tuesday deny police got reports of robberies in. The general area of Lakeview some closer to wicker park between six and eight victims between all three incidents and basically what these individuals were doing, is they were coming up to victims at gunpoint and asking for their property Chicago police spokesman Anthony goal yummy says officers got descriptions, of the robbers and then just. People on, bikes who matched the descriptions there was a short chase and then a scuffle and an officer broke his hip was, a, bit of. A tussle during the arrest we're fortunate that the officers not seriously seriously injured but certainly certainly a broken speaks to the, level of commitment these officers haggle yo me says. The sixteen year veteran of the police department is expected to make a full. Recovery Steve Miller NewsRadio on one. Zero five point nine FM WBZ news time five oh traffic. And weather together on the aids sponsored by package Web. Four good morning to build around fleece we'll. Start off with some issues on. The, red line service had been suspended temporarily between Howard and. Belmont that was because fire activity at Bryn, Mawr the good news is looks like they got in the service back resuming on the CPA but. With, delays seats here Redline service delayed right now between Howard and bump at the trains are back on the move after. The earlier fire activity at Bryn Mark on the Edens inbound nineteen minutes from lake. Cook into the Kennedy nineteen back out to lake cook the Kennedy inbound now at, a twenty minute. Drive, from O'Hare to downtown it's a ten minute commute in from the, Edens twenty minutes out to the airport Eisenhower inbound twenty nine minutes from route. Three ninety sixty minute drive in from Mannheim with no outbound issues right now the Stevenson inbound thirty minutes three fifty. Five to lakeshore. Drive in twenty and, from the tri-state outbound on the Stevenson year delay free at thirty minutes out to three. Fifty five the Dan Ryan inbounded a fifteen minute pace ninety fifth into. Downtown and back yes some overnight construction from eighty seven out. To the split it's center three left lanes until, six o'clock but no major delays because of that right now I fifty. Seven, in the Bishop Ford both looking okay right now at lake shore drive both north and southbound checking, in at the speed limit on. The tollway, so far so good on. The, tristate Adams Reagan and on three fifty five with route fifty Three, clear both, north and southbound is well I eighty and eighty ninety four great I sixty five in the Indiana toll road are looking pretty good as well in buffalo grove half day road closed between buffalo grove and prairie that's because of a truck that crashed into a utility pole in the overnight hours if. You see something happening let us know on the WBZ Martaban.
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"Thirteen Authorities say northwestern Indiana attorney was fatally shot. At his home by a client Lake County prosecutor for Dr Carter says Hobart police have arrested, a suspect in the shooting death Wednesday morning at sixty four year old t Edward page Carter says the suspect as a page, client from a current civil case the suspect's name. Hasn't been released Lieutenant James Gonzales the suspect we have in custody is an eighty three year, old man that lists. Cedar lake Indiana as his home this suspect was a longtime friend and a client of judge Gonzales added officers arrived on scene and immediately took the suspect into custody without incident and the officers, also secured the other witnesses page an attorney with thyroid and thyroid Merrillville also worked as Lake County public. Defender for the past ten years he was supposed to retire. At the end of the month breaking news analysis at townhall dot com The. Possible end to fighting in the Gaza Strip the latest from the media lines Michael Friedman. Violence that has wracked the Gaza Strip since Palestinian mass demonstrations began in March might be coming, to an end if a comprehensive agreement brokered by Egypt takes hold it was revealed that Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu made a secret, may visit to gyp president to hash out the. Terms rumored to include a green light from Jerusalem for a Palestinian airport to be built on land included our infrastructure. Projects and a significant easing of the blockade Israel implemented when HAMAs listed by the US as a terrorist organization wrestled control of Gaza from the Palestinian Authority in two thousand seven and consideration as, well a prisoner swap to obtain the bodies of two Israeli soldiers killed in an Israeli ground invasion in..
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"Now at O'Hare federal agencies including. The FBI ATF in, DA announcing their joining forces with. Mexican counterparts to crack down on Mexican cartels a new joint enforcement group. Focusing cartel activities will be based here in Chicago Chicago police superintendent Eddie Johnson is welcoming the move we know as Chicago we. Have a unique gang problem and with that comes a unique violence problem with. Guns associated with that we also know that the cartels in Mexico are, responsible for the much of the illegal drugs, are, finding, their way to, Chicago, the, group will focus on arresting high level leaders in Mexico and the US Trying to siphon the cartels revenue, another West Nile case reported. In dupage county WGN's Kim Gordon has, more woman is the second person to be infected the page county health department says the, woman in her, thirties became ill in late July the city, is sprayed the far east side. Where she apparently contracted the disease. A Wheaton. Woman in her. Fifties was the first human case in. The county, health departments across the Chicago suburbs are warning of a spike in the number of mosquitoes carrying the virus. Kim Gordon WGN news an, attorney was fatally shot in northwest Indiana weeks before, his retirement client. Longtime friend of attorney Tracy Edward. Page in Eighty-three road, man arrested at the scene earlier. This afternoon Hobart police Lieutenant James Gonzales says it appears to be an. Isolated incident and says there's no further threat to the public the witnesses were the suspects relatives there were daughters the suspect involved. In a civil case was reportedly picking up legal documents from page authorities and Connecticut are saying forty six people have overdosed from suspected. Synthetic marijuana near Connecticut city park most of. The overdoses happened in the new or on the New Haven green that's. A park near at Yale University and it happened today no deaths were reported but authorities. Say to people had life threatening injuries deliberations began Thursday for former Trump campaign, chairman Paul Manafort criminal trial final words to the jury prosecutors accused President Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort but quote to schemes wanted to hide millions of dollars from the IRS the. Other to defraud banks. Into lending him millions more prosecutors say Manafort had sixty million dollars flowing, through thirty one offshore, Bank accounts telling the jury use your, common sense does it make sense to, Paul Manafort had. Thirty one overseas accounts and he forgot that he had to report, them they painted him as a candy. Manipulator calling him capable in bright. Adding Mr. Manafort. Knows the law ABC's Pierre Thomas reporting and if secretary of state Jesse white gets his way Texting while driving could be moving violation And, it would go on. Your driving record secretary of state spokesperson Henry optics. Such a dangerous activity texting while driving and what this law does is make sure that if you're convicted of doing it counts as a moving violation. And we'll go, on your driving record and he says if you give, three moving violations within the,.
"james gonzales" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Was slated to not only fill out the rest of the. Series but perhaps he was going to take over the entire marble, franchises a director after the final avengers film now he's out of a job over decades old disgusting. Tweets he made while working for trauma now trauma motion pictures I had also. Worked for trauma I was the, voice of the toxic avenger in fact I worked with James Gunn. He made a. Film called Trump Juliet, and then he also made an appearance in toxic avenger for, and he was he was pretty amazing I also interviewed him what. He did the, remake of neither living dead he was very gracious with his time us amazing and he's worked, with, a number of people and he's very like I said he's very gracious with. His time he he's very? Nice he's very straight and? Straightforward and he and he actually helps people he's very generous Most of the people that I've. Met, working in film I'm talking this is independent film okay this is not like I'm some famous movie starts don't think. For one minute that I think myself of that. I'm just a guy who gets bit parts in some films. People think it's cool to have me in their films and I like being, in them and there are a lot of guys that you work with onset and many of you have. Worked with people who are off pudding with their humor they're. Very shocking they're very shocking humor. Makes, me laugh because. I can't believe that people actually. Go to extreme to do that and so. I laughed, at the the shock value. Of it sometimes this stuff is just, completely out of line but of course you know when you're raised on George, Carlin and when you. Know when you're raised on Andrew dice clay and other comedians you tend. To an and of course Howard working know in. Radio knowing about Howard and what he did Trey Parker and, Matt stone from, south park they have a sixth. Sense of humor they. They worked on a movie, for trauma called cannibal the musical about. Alfred Packer who Apparently was a he was a kind of a pioneer of. Sorts he was a a mountain man who actually was accused. Of eating the other guys that he was with then when they got stuck in the, mountains trying to go through Provo canyon and so they did this film called cannibal the musical and a musical about a cannibal and some of the. Humor is really. Kind of off. Putting in kind of weird bizarre but from there they they now have created south park south. Park of course has had a lot of crazy humor in. It and also they got accolades and rewards and. Awards for the, musical book, of Mormon which some believe has some really twisted and sacrilegious humor in it so I guess when you find, yourself working in trauma and working around some people that have like, really opening crazy senses of humor it, gets a, little out of out of line. Sometimes humor is subjective and and using. Tweets, as a weapon to try and destroy someone I think is a very cheap shot As far as James Gonzales tweets he apologized for them years ago and I think, that if everyone who worked in films lost their. Job for saying loathsome things are crazy things are dark things there would be a lot of people they would lose their jobs including every major comedian out there comedians I've known I've. Done stand up hung out with comedians they've had some times where they've had some very. Very low brow or low blow humor which brings us to Roseanne Barr she was fired. For her politics obviously, because we all knew that Roseanne. Was well, we knew, what she was like we knew we knew what. Her character was like how she was as a person we all knew about her, brash humor and again it was perceived racist racist tweet that got. Her fired from ABC because once again she was four fifty one somebody stepped in and said this will not fly put it to, ABC ABC thought it over and bam she was. Fired Roseanne was four fifty one by her employer because the media generated a hate campaign. Against you because of perceived racist statements The people's 451 her not the government the government had nothing to, do with it, that's why she was. Gonna trying to get people fired based..
"james gonzales" Discussed on KOMO
"To be affordable to buy a home in south seattle but that part of the city has seen the region's biggest home price increases komo's carleen johnson has more in early twenty twelve the cost of a typical home in south west seattle around soto or beacon hill was two hundred twenty two thousand dollars first few months of this year six hundred sixty one thousand further east homes in the rainier valley and mount baker have grown from two hundred seventy five thousand to about six hundred fifty thousand during that six year span j lennox scott with john l scott real estate tells komo seattle is closing in on a record seattle housing market has been leading the nation for home price appreciation for the last seventeen months in a row and we're closing in on the record of san francisco which was twenty months back in the dot com era these numbers reported the seattle times from the northwest multiple listing service now citywide median cost of a single family home in seattle is now just under eight hundred twenty thousand dollars passing the old record of seven hundred seventy seven thousand set just a month prior carleen johnson komo news many cities often struggled to deal with issues caused by vacant properties property owner james gonzales is a house across the street from his in seatac has been a problem for a long time police couldn't even help to get the squatters out pounding on the door nobody came to the door wants to cups left there was ten people that came out options have been limited because a property rights but state lawmakers found a way around that a new law will soon get cities away to force banks to fix nuisance properties in foreclosure so the officials just need to notify the lenders to holloway trash or board up windows and doors if they get no response the city can hire out the work and send the bill to the bank it takes effect on june seventh if the city is forced to hire out the work and the bank doesn't pay a lean can be placed on the property there is no limit to how much a city can bill young pop step big for the top rated washington husky softball team at home this weekend details from komo's bill swartz college softball's number one team swept its third straight pac twelve series thanks to a couple of.
"james gonzales" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Oakland are at sixty degrees in san jose at sixty two degrees kcbs news time seven twenty one residents are sometimes reluctant or afraid to contact act law enforcement about their concerns kcbs is mike colgan says san jose police are using technology to try and change that what san jose police have rolled out as a texting service which allows residents to share their concerns anonymously we're asking community members questions about things like safety in their neighborhood interactions and trust with the police department and what their priorities are for police in their community this really gives each community member of voice and turns that information into something useful that the department can use to direct resources or look for areas where we need to improve officer james gonzales with san jose police says the way it works is residents can just text the words s j two seven to eight zero three it's anonymous your phone numbers encrypted and then the police do not have access to who is texting this is a service available in english vietnamese and spanish in the first test of the service fifty eight percent of residents rate of the department is very trustworthy the silicon valley bureau why colgan kcbs we know now that this week's youtube shooter bought her gun on january sixteenth in southern california but where we get that story from craig thickener with our all news sister station can access in los angeles he's a firearms trainer and he's responding.