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Gary Closing All Beaches For Next 2 Weeks, Due Partly To Chicago Visitors

WBBM Evening News

00:50 sec | 2 months ago

Gary Closing All Beaches For Next 2 Weeks, Due Partly To Chicago Visitors

"Of Gary is closing its beaches for two weeks following recent spikes in New Cove in 19 cases in the city to get the story from w BB EMS Jim Good ist very spokesman Michael Gonzalez says the city speeches have been crowded lately because of the hot weather, especially with people from outside of Gary. We definitely been inundated inundated with with folks folks from from out out of of town town with with visitors visitors from from out out of of town. town. We We see see a a lot lot of of Illinois Illinois license license plates plates and and a a parking parking areas. areas. So So one one can can make make a a pretty pretty safe safe assumption assumption that that we're we're getting getting a a lot lot of of Chicago Chicago people. people. Gonzales Gonzales says says Gary Gary decided decided to to close close it it speeches speeches based based on on recommendations recommendations from from the the city's city's health health director. director. Gerry's Gerry's leaders leaders hope hope the the closing closing of of beaches beaches as as well well as as a recently enacted mask mandate will help curb the spread of covert 19 in the city. Enough The beaches will be able to re open in a couple of weeks. Jim got this news radio. 105 point on FM was Mayor

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"jim good" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:31 min | 2 months ago

"jim good" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"China is the same sort of country. That's a heck of a thing. So why all the talk about this? In the last couple of weeks? You know, we heard from the FBI director We heard from the Secretary of State were here in this. We closed the consulate I want if there's some big thing that's going on behind the scenes. That we're not aware about. Yeah, that's possibly sent those two aircraft carriers. We flew that big plane over there. Unlike the professional liars in the vast majority of the media, I'll go ahead and say what the other side is saying that Trump's trying to distract from the Corona virus failures. Bye bye, ratcheting up tensions with China. I think that's ridiculous. I think we're we're very late to to the waking up and realizing what we're facing with facing, you know, with China. I think it's possible. You know, the whole trade talks thing is just obviously off the rails. And the desperate attempt to woo China attacked like a modern nation is just they've given up. And the FBI is known a lot of these things, but they're soft pedaling it for a while or lace. Not we'll stop peddling, not talking about it as much publicly to continue to try to improve the relationship. But I think now a lot of our diplomats have realized. No, they're not coming around China's pursuing China self interest. Not only do they not give a damn about us, they would like to to squash us. So among things I got coming up, was looking at this 10 ways to make your coffee habit healthier. And one of them is Don't use a cure IG. You have to realize that you know why Look into that'll Bring that to you? Because you're probably wondering yourself. I use one every day. Every ding dang day I used to, and then they took it away here at the radio station and replaced it with something that Never worked. Um, but you can get Betsy coffee drinks, but I could get a milkshake if I'm a child. This disease. Cering headline ring true to you. People who like embarrassing or angering others find social media more addictive, according to in this study. Well, yeah, of course. Yeah, people who like it? Is there a trick question yet? People who like embarrassing or angering others, yes, automatically are more addicted to social media because they have more enthusiasm for us, because that's what it is down on that to everyone you are. It's a It's a cesspool of hate. It's as if scientists invented What would be a blade a harness? The worst people among us harness all their energy and give them a bigger platform. It's almost like it was designed for that purpose. It would probably involve computers. That's good, Jim Good. That's a good start. Would we take losers who only want to tear things down and make things worse? The sort of person is going to key. Your car just makes you feed them feel better or or litter because they think it gets back at their parents or something. How would we? How we elevate their weirdo anger to a place where it could actually have an effect? I know I've invented something. What's most important is that they can reinforce each other, right? Yeah, so they conform Communities of bitter hatred. So, yes, moron that on the way to our text line for 15295 k FTC. Strong and getting 5 60 There. Armstrong and getting I don't know if you've looked in the home security companies before, but there's some scary ones out there. You get trapped into a high price and a long contract. And you don't really like it. That's not going to happen with simply safe..

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"jim good" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:28 min | 4 months ago

"jim good" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"W. B. B. M. Jim good S. joins us live with the latest Chicago police right now Rachel are trying to force people off of the Wabash Avenue bridge slowly a line several lines in fact if you call the police officers the shields and helmets on are trying to push the people back to the south side of the bridge but right now they're on the north side of the bridge so this is going to take some time if they're going to do that people are now throwing more items at the police mostly water bottles the police are well protected so there's little chance of them being injured by that we're also hearing that there may be some other equipment being brought in we don't know specifically what yet that might also be used to try to remove these people from the bridge this is the only bridge right now along the Chicago River that is still down because people are on it the other bridges are up at Chicago police were working to divide up the protesters and limit them access to north of downtown where there was some vandalism as we mentioned earlier there were some rocks thrown at some buildings on north Michigan Avenue including the Gucci store which was looted but again Chicago police now trying to remove people from the Wabash Avenue bridge which is right next to trump tower and they are slowly trying to push the crowd back but they're having a bit of difficulty with it we'll keep you posted on how this progresses live down found your medicine is ready one of five point nine FM WBBM news time just past five forty H. traffic and weather together on the eight sponsored by grand appliance and TV here's Neil fear Rideau in numerous closures with police activity going on with the protest downtown the Edens expressway looking pretty good coming in on the Kennedy you're blocked at the bird interchange I'll try the up all traffic moves well coming in on the Eisenhower salad from aspen to the bird interchange all lanes are blocked you're forced to the outbound side of the Dan Ryan or the outbound side of the cavity on the outbound side of the Eisenhower traffic moving well coming in on the Stevenson all lanes blocked at lake shore drive over on the Dan Ryan inbound lanes blocked at the burn interchange the bishop Ford freeway fifty seven look pretty decent lakeshore drive is shut down in both directions between Roosevelt and Chicago Avenue the tollways are looking pretty good AT ninety four northwest Indiana do you have the spot from the vision for over towards due to an earlier crash traffic is sponsored by grand appliance and TV committed to serving Chicago land during these unprecedented times with industry leading delivery and in store safety measures Memorial Day sale.

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Texas Gov. Greg Abbott allowing hair salons, barbershops, tanning salons to open on Friday

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:36 min | 5 months ago

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott allowing hair salons, barbershops, tanning salons to open on Friday

"The Dallas salon owner who defied an executive order to shut down her business amid the coronavirus response has been released from jail early meanwhile hair nail in tanning salons in Texas can legally re open today let's go to Texas right now ABC news correspondent Jim Ryan joins us from Dallas Jim good morning can you tell us more about what the scene is like in Texas yeah great well people can actually get their hair cut legally again today a week ago yesterday Shelley Luther as made a mention of re opened her salon against the orders of governor Greg Abbott against the mayor of Dallas and the county judge she said that she simply couldn't afford to stay closed anymore that she needed to road nineteen employees back on the job so she opened it against the law essentially did citations were written a temporary restraining order was issued she appeared in court this week to answer that you are open and was given seven days in jail she spent forty eight hours of that in jail before the Texas Texas supreme court yesterday ordered that she'd be released today she can quickly open because salons nail salons and tanning salons are all being allowed to re open today but with some pretty stringent restrictions correct the what are those restrictions Jim well the the tanning stations in these mail stations and their stations all have to be six feet apart lowers the stylus have to have the the the six speed distance between them in the next I listen the next workstation will be wearing gloves that the the customers will be wearing masks and in the waiting area they'll have to maintain a six foot separation there as well if there's not space they'll have to simply wait outside most of the stylists are doing appointments only not taking walk up

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Businesses Will Have To Deal With A Different World When They Reopen

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:57 min | 5 months ago

Businesses Will Have To Deal With A Different World When They Reopen

"Now Florida's just one of a number of states lifting restrictions in fact governors allowed stay at home orders to expire last night in numerous states including Alabama Main Idaho Tennessee and Texas in those states. Many businesses can reopen although also as in Florida with rules to enforce social distancing for the most part. Npr's Jim Zarroli has been talking with people who manage businesses across this country and is on the line. Jim Good Morning Good Morning. How different is the world that a business owner is going to re enter now now? Nothing like this has ever happened before. I mean this this is just A. We've seen a huge number of businesses close in people have stopped driving. They've stopped flying. Thirty million people have joined the unemployment lines just since mid March that six weeks of the economy shrank four point eight percent during the first three months of the year but it is likely to shrink a lot more over the next few months and the worst part is nobody has any real idea about when things are going to go back to normal or or even if they will. I guess because of the social distancing rules that will still be in effect. There must be a lot of business owners like the Florida restaurateur ask. Is it even worth my time to open up? Add to this risk when I'm not gonNA make any money. Yeah and that. And that's really one of the things I set out to talk to businesses about. I mean I've been talking to different companies all over the country and about what kind of planning they're doing If everyone could go back tomorrow to work with these businesses be ready. How long would take to get back on their feet and the companies that I have talked to said right now pretty much could get up and running again if they needed to but there is still so much uncertainty about the rest of the year. You really can't overstate the longer. Everything stays shut down the harder. It's going to be to recover and a lot of companies are are already struggling to survive. What are some of the companies who spoke with one of the companies? I called was Gilson. Trucking there in Stockton California and this is normally a very busy time for the company it's harvest season. It's when they their trucks send strawberries and lettuce from the Central Valley to restaurants in the northeast and Mid West but the owner Hossa Rome sing says businesses. Pretty much dead right now. The produce is available but because of these restaurant chains has been closed down there are no buyers so his fleet of one hundred and fifty trucks sits idle and he spends his mornings talking to customers trying to see what work is available. His business is open but just barely if I do not get work back to normal in like next month or so. We'll have to shut it down sing. Says he has plenty of drivers sitting home willing even eager to work but he wonders. When will the restaurants reopen and with so many people losing their jobs? Will anyone have any money to spend? It's a question that's being asked all over the country right now in Washington. Dc The offices of the technology consulting firm enlighten sit mostly empty. Almost all of the two hundred and fifty employees are working remotely. Ceo Antoine Ford holds meetings on zoom. We meet the other projects going what are we hearing from my customer? Do we see any future layoffs. What's the impact of covert on them and the news? Right now is not good. Enlightened had to furlough thirty five people though it hired them back thanks to a small business loan but the firm runs websites and call centers for agencies like the Port Authority of New York. New Jersey and government contracts often dry up when times are bad politicians. Right now may be talking about reopening the economy but many say that's not possible as long as the future so uncertain this thing hits and everyone is like well like How bad is this going to get fired? Winthrop is CEO of American giant which makes hoodies and flannel shirts at its factories in the Carolinas when the virus hit winthrop wrote to all of the company's suppliers. He's known a lot of them a long time and he told them he was putting a stop on all the purchases for the time. Being things were too scary. It almost makes me. You know get emotional about it but but to one. They were all they all said. Listen we're here and we get it and we're GONNA work with you on this and let us know what you need. What he needed was to preserve cash but some of his suppliers are having trouble to if one of them goes under. It could blow a hole in his supply chain for now. American giant is making face masks for the government. But if it's GONNA survive long term it needs to get back to the business of making clothes no later than July winter. Thinks that's possible? What worries me? Obviously is that people haven't really fully yet digested how how bad this is going to be for the economy and you know if wallets to really close up. It's just a different message to different scenario

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Joe Biden Celebrates South Carolina Win: Democrats Want An "Obama-Biden Democrat"

WIOD Programming

01:04 min | 7 months ago

Joe Biden Celebrates South Carolina Win: Democrats Want An "Obama-Biden Democrat"

"Polls ABC news can project that Biden will win the South Carolina primary how did he do it let's turn to the ABC news decision desk at A. B. C.'s Brian Clark Brian Erin he did this by using the decades of contacts that he built up in South Carolina a plurality of voters today told preliminary exit polls they made up their decision about who they were going to vote for before January in that group overwhelmingly went towards biting those ties also showing in the black community fifty five percent of voters today were black bye took sixty percent of their vote among all the voters forty three percent said Biden is best tune to the concerns of racial and ethnic minorities might also be some nostalgia at play here is fifty two percent today said they want a president who will return to the Barack Obama policies Joe Biden represents that continuation of the Obama era he certainly tied himself to the Obama legacy A. B. C.'s Brian Clark with us from the decision desk let's get out to Columbia South Carolina where Biden will celebrate his projected win ABC's Jim Ryan is there Jim good evening good evening Aaron yeah this sure what

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Stocks open slightly higher after worst drop in 2 years

Morning Edition

03:23 min | 7 months ago

Stocks open slightly higher after worst drop in 2 years

"Stocks have opened lower in Europe this morning after a big route in U. S. stock markets also fell sharply in Japan the Dow Jones industrial average fell by more than a thousand points yesterday its worst performance in more than two years the markets tanked amid news that corona virus cases have been reported in Italy and Iran also in South Korea we're joined now by NPR's Jim zarroli hi Jim good morning David so this coronaviruses and spreading for weeks now I mean we we talk about it you know just about every day why are the markets suddenly reacting like this I think the reports about the cases in South Korea and Italy really scared everybody scared investors remember the the epidemic started relatively slowly in China and then it just mushroomed so there are fears that we might be seeing the same kind of progression starting in other places for instance Italy is part of a big continent where everybody moves around freely all the time so an outbreak there could really spread quickly all over Europe which is the second largest US trading partner and that that would be an economic disaster too as well as a health disaster well let's talk about the the potential economic effects here what is it specifically that that might be spooking investors when it comes to health crisis like this you know we live in a global economy and SO what happens in one place affects people in other places China of course is a huge manufacturing country it has all the supply chains that are links to other economies all over the world now we have enormous quarantines taking place there no factories are shut down people can't go to work so if you're on a manufacturing or retailer in the US or other countries you depends on China Chinese or south Korean suppliers suddenly you don't know how you're going to get the parts you need to stay in business apple for instance has already said it expects to see a shortage of of parts for the iPhone because its factories in China are shut down so this this just has the potential to sauce on the side line a lot of other come companies when you mention apple and we've been reporting on on some of the impact on on the economy so far but what what what else is standing out to you well in a week we're hearing anecdotal evidence of this company a lot of companies say they're worried about inventories getting low or act we're starting to see some actual numbers to airlines for instance are among the companies that are getting hurt really badly I yesterday United Airlines said it had seen a seventy five percent drop in demand for flights to Asia so we can we can we can expect this will get worse before it gets better over the weekend Chinese president xi jin ping said the epidemic will have he called it a quote relatively big impact on the economy and society although he added it will be short term and controllable so should you worry if you have your money like in retirement funder you know that involve stocks yeah I mean that's that's always the question it's really hard to predict where this epidemic is going how big it's going to be so a lot of it will depend on that on the other hand we see the stock market deal with a lot of very troublesome developments lately like brexit in the trade war on and it always seems to come back eventually so

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Coronavirus Spreads To Wall Street; Dow Drops 1,032 Points

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:29 min | 7 months ago

Coronavirus Spreads To Wall Street; Dow Drops 1,032 Points

"Stocks have opened lower in Europe. This morning after a big route in US stock markets also fell sharply in Japan. The Dow Jones industrial average fell by more than a thousand points yesterday. Its worst performance in more than two years. The market's tanked amid news that corrine virus cases have been reported in Italy in Iran. Also in South Korea. We're joined now by. Npr's Jim Zarroli. Hi Jim Good Morning David. So this corona virus spreading for weeks. Now I mean we talk about it you know just about every day. Why are the market suddenly reacting? Like this I think. The reports about the cases in South Korea in Italy really scared everybody scared. Investors remember the the epidemic started relatively slowly in China and then it just mushroomed so there are fears that we might be seeing the same kind of progression starting in other For instance Italy is part of a continent where everybody moves around freely all the time so an outbreak there could really spread quickly all over Europe. Which is the second largest. Us trading partner in that that would be economic disaster to as well as a health disaster. Well let's talk about the the potential economic effects here. What is it specifically that? That might be spooking investors when it comes to a health crisis like this you know. We leave them a global economy. So what happens in one place affects people in other places? China of course is a huge manufacturing country. It has all these supply chains that are linked to other economies all over the world now. We have enormous quarantines taking place there Factories are shut down. People can't go to work so if you're a manufacturing or retailer in the US or other countries you depends on China Chinese or South Korean suppliers. Suddenly you don't know how you're going to get the parts. You need to stay in business. Apple for instance has already said it expects to see a shortage of parts for the IPHONE because its factories in China or shutdown. So this this just has the potential to kinda sideline a lot of other companies. Well I mean you mentioned apple and we've been reporting on some of the impact on on the economy so far but what what what else has standing to you. Well In a we were hearing anecdotal evidence. This company a lot of companies. Say they're worried about inventory getting low. We're we're starting to see some actual numbers to airlines for instance are among the companies. That are getting hurt. Really badly Yesterday United Airlines said it had seen seventy five percent drop in demand for flights to Asia. so we can. We can expect. This will get worse before it gets better Over the weekend Chinese President Xi Jinping said the epidemic will have he called it a quote relatively big impact on the economy and society. Although he added it will be Short. Term in controllable. So should you worry if you have your retirement fund or involve stocks? Yeah I mean. That's that's always the question. It's really hard to predict where. This epidemic is going. How big it's going to be so a lot of it will depend on that on the other hand we've seen the stock market deal with a lot of very troublesome developments lately like Brexit in the trade war and it always seems to come back eventually. So it's resilient so I think Jim Jim thanks so much

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Rockets likely to protest outcome of Tuesday's loss to Spurs over missed James Harden dunk, per report

The Lake Show with Henry Lake

04:45 min | 10 months ago

Rockets likely to protest outcome of Tuesday's loss to Spurs over missed James Harden dunk, per report

"Officiating always give in professional sports most notably in the National Football League all the NBA officials are in the crosshairs this week from something that occurred last night between the Houston Rockets and San Antonio Spurs the Houston Rockets according to sources talking ESPN on Wednesday will likely file an official protests regarding a dump that James harden had last now last night that was not count in their total in terms of like it actual bucket that was scored in there one thirty five to one thirty three loss to the San Antonio Spurs Houston had been optimistic in the wake of the loss at the NBA office would take action without a protest being necessary however sources said the rockets are leaning toward filing a protest to ensure that the NBA all this will have to make a ruling okay so this what occurred last night in the game in the second half he has a breakaway dunk James harden does and he dunks it so hard that it it wraps around like the actual like the ball wraps around in the the netting and so dole slowly all the way through and then the netting wraps around it flings the ball a lot it was a weird flow key deal I've never seen anything like this before I can relate it open gym what just what the dunks are that wraps around the yeah sure yeah yeah I guess I can meet Duncan yeah I could see that you read at that age yeah but I'm like yeah pardon that's a yeah Jim good luck with that but it was a very slow key ideal it looked weird and sold to the referees it didn't look like it was a good basket click it was it was a good basket okay so they don't get credit for the for the bucket now what is so weird to me that why can't you just go ahead in just why can just go ahead and in just go ahead and look at it in and you can challenge right it went through the the net net in backed out through the ram in the officiating crew mistakenly ruled that that he missed the dunk and they denied it them being able to challenge the call what I mean why can't it's like you can challenge everything else why what if you got this replay but you can't challenge a scoring play then what is the point of having a reply if you can't challenge a scoring play that that's exactly you know I've been down since it's so it's it's just it's very bizarre that we have this rule it's gonna be advantageous over you can't use it on what might be the most important game deciding factors crew chief James cappers he told the the pool reporters on on on Tuesday well when the play happen harden goes in for dumped in the ball appears to us to pop back through the net when that happens that is basket interference to have a successful field goal it must clear the net we have since come in here and look at the plate he dug this so hard that the net carried it back over the rim a second time so in fact they did clear the net and should have been a successful field goal as to could the play have been reviewed it is a reviewable matter but you have a window of thirty seconds to challenge the played during that time now that he had a while they were protest in the call trying to get clarification of it that window pass that that's ridiculous in itself so therefore it a lapsed and they were not able to do it Seoul this is the issue that we have now okay because they're pro testing it and so this is where the use is trying to go with it NBA rules require a protest to be filed within a forty eight hours after game sources at the in the office I started conducting an investigation I could take longer than the forty eight hour window the rockets contend that they should either be awarded the win how the hell could should that be the case no I'm sorry Houston because they actually outscored the spurs regulation or that the final seven minutes fifty seconds of the game be replayed at a later date league sources however scoffed at the suggestion that the rockets would be awarded the

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Dutch police detain 2 teens in train shooting investigation

WBBM Afternoon News Update

01:05 min | 11 months ago

Dutch police detain 2 teens in train shooting investigation

"One developing now police in northwest Indiana say they have arrested all three suspects connected to the robbery and shooting of a portage woman whose body was found dumped in an abandoned school in Gary WBBM Jim good it's just got off the phone with the portage police chief is live in the news line Jennifer chief Troy Williams says Andrea an associate of portage arrange with a fifteen year old Gary boy on Facebook to buy a small amount of marijuana she and what we believe to this friend came out to portage and Matt miss us see her residence she got in the car left they went to a gas station and sometime after that shortly after that something happened inside the card she was ultimately shot Williams says her body was left at the former Norton elementary school in Gary where it was later found by police Williams says police detained the fifteen year old boy to school Williams has a sixteen year old boy was caught following a police chase of the vehicle which police believe was the one in which such Saito was shot that ended with a crash in Gary and a seventeen year old boy at his girlfriend's home in Gary about an hour ago Williams says charges against three Gerry teens are pending further

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US, Denmark And University Of Chicago discussed on WBBM Evening News

WBBM Evening News

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

US, Denmark And University Of Chicago discussed on WBBM Evening News

"A study finds saw a link between pollution and personality disorders WBBM Jim good as explained a study from the university of Chicago find the link between exposure to pollution and a rise in bipolar disorder and depression UFC researchers looked at the effects of pollution on people in the US and Denmark the study found poor air quality led to an increase in both bipolar disorder and major depression in both countries the researchers also found a strong link between polluted soil and an increased risk of personality

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"jim good" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"jim good" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"B. B. as Jim good as reports state representative Emmanuel Chris Welch who represents part of Melrose park police opponents of Wesley closing have a strong case in their claim that Westlake's honor pipeline health wasn't content when it promised to keep the hospital open for at least two years when it bought the facility in January then broke that promise they had decided to close the hospital in December of twenty eighteen a judge delayed a decision on the content claim until next week when the will also be a hearing on west like chapter seven bankruptcy filing Charles it in of the west side a long time patient of West Lake argues the hospital can't survive if it's losing money as pipeline planes well you can argue with that Kenya means hospital gonna make money outside was like a hospital in Melrose park jin but as newsradio one of five point nine FM a spokesperson for pipeline health the owner of Wesley hospital declined comment an incident in which shots were fired on in Chicago's river north area early today led to a police chase they continued on to the Eisenhower expressway police say a male fired shots at a group of people in the seven hundred block of north Franklin Street he then drove off with police following onto the expressway the pursuit ended at Jackson and Loomis and the man's vehicle was later found abandoned in the twenty eight hundred block of north Sawyer Logan square no injuries reported two people are being treated for serious injuries after an apartment fire on Chicago's northwest side the flames broke out on the second floor of the building around to this morning near Fullerton and can see a man and a woman are in critical condition no word yet on what caused that fire in the Logan square neighborhood an apartment fire in west Pullman yesterday left four people hospitalized including a boy in critical condition ambulances took three kids a calmer children's hospital after a fire started in their apartment near a hundred twenty first in Indiana at around twelve twenty fire department says a boy around twelve or thirteen years old is in critical condition with severe burns while the two other children were in good condition after inhaling smoke their mother was also hospitalized with minor burns the fire department says crews did not hear any smoke alarms as they put out the fire in the one unit.

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University Park, Aqua Illinois And Greg Blanchette discussed on WBBM Morning News

WBBM Morning News

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

University Park, Aqua Illinois And Greg Blanchette discussed on WBBM Morning News

"Radio residents of south river in University Park expressed skepticism and anger last night and open house hosted by aqua Illinois it was called to discuss lead contamination of tap water was first reported in June more from W. B. B. ABS Jim good as hardcore Illinois president Greg Blanchette told University Park residents attended the meeting at great money high school they could reduce let in their tap water to safe levels by running their taps before using the water folks flush the water for two three minutes the lead level comes down even the highest samples down below I EPA actionable and many of them non detect all University Park resident Maryland Coleman

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"jim good" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"jim good" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"CBS news on the hour sponsored by dell small business I'm Sam what's your weather forecasters say tropical storm berry could dump between ten and twenty inches of rain over south central and southeast Louisiana and southwest Mississippi Mississippi governor Phil Bryant is flooding the real concern for his staging eastern bands will bring more war five inches now no in and around the Gulf coast area another five two more inches headed this way so we will have flooding Gerald stickers cheese chief of police in Mandeville Louisiana slow mover you know this potential for a lot of rain we have a lot of tributaries that are dumping in the Lake Pontchartrain the wind still push and everything you know inland and so you know the the the water is basically gonna come together in meekness gonna sit here until for the wind turns around and gets out and let's seize tributaries down back out and you know maybe the more even the day after before the war totally subsides on Louisiana parishes around Morgan city reporting more than half their customers around the power knocked out tropical storm very cut short a predominantly black sororities convention but meals left over from the conference will help feed tens of thousands of people in Louisiana the caterer had more than seventeen thousand uneaten meals after the storm because delta sigma theta sorority to and it's New Orleans convention a day early a food truck was able to take all the meals back to headquarters the stain freezer until the storm passes Monday and then be delivered throughout southern Louisiana in Chicago WBBM reporter Jim good as tells us.

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"jim good" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"jim good" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"B. B. M.'s Jim good as reports from the lagoon people gathered along the lagoon to watch reporters converged on the Laguna news helicopters flew overhead but the main person there was a man who just called himself alligator Bob brought in from the Chicago herpetological society to help catch the Gator alligator Bob says this is just the latest example of someone thinking a baby alligator would make a good pet and it grew and it grew and it finally got to about three feet long four feet long and it got to be to hit too big to handle and they were they dump them in here thinking it was the best thing they could do but alligator Bob says the Gator could only survive in the lagoon for a couple of days so we help set up baited traps and netting and patiently waited for the alligator likely hiding from all the commotion around the lagoon to reappear at the Humboldt park lagoon Jim goddess newsradio one oh five point nine FM a Chicago man who went viral after a video surfaced showing him berating a woman in a shirt with a Porter Rican flag on it is headed to trial according to the Tribune sixty three year old Timothy try this was charged in the June incident last year in Caldwell woods he was originally charged with misdemeanor assault and disorderly conduct but the paper reports after pressure from then cook county commissioner haces chewing Garcia and the Illinois Porter Rican Bar Association try this was charged with a hate crime he made an appearance in court today in a plea deal may be on the table ahead of the trial but nothing is confirmed jurors in Peoria we'll have to defer decide of a former U. of I students who killed a visiting scholar should live or die are hearing from the people who loved her boyfriend of union Jong says her mother cries almost daily the news because it says video show John's mother saying I really wanted to be a grandma I wanted to hold my grand child the father said I don't know how to live the remainder of my life the paper says a juror left the courtroom in tears she did return and convince the judge she could continue the defense will start his testimony jurors are expected to hear from Christensen's father Keith Johnson is radio one oh five point nine FM the city of Chicago may have dealt a setback to the second season of the H. G. T. V. show windy city rehab windy city rehab stars Allison Victoria the city buildings department has moved to suspend some of her permit privileges her contractor on the show is Donovan Eckert the buildings department has suspended a card and his development company from pulling new building permits indefinitely the city is also moved to suspend Eckhart's real estate developer license and his general contractor license among other things that card is accused of allowing homes to be sold and occupied prior to final inspections Steve Miller news radio one oh five point nine FM WBBM is try to reach both stars of windy city rehab WBBM news.

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"jim good" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"jim good" Discussed on WTVN

"Family reunion next month diamonds direct on Polaris Parkway in front of Lara's fashion place. This is not a couple of days ago. It was chilly. Tomorrow is going to be cold, thundershowers. Tonight, sixty to sixty six dropping in the afternoon tomorrow with winds gusting to forty miles an hour rain showers. We're gonna get a half inch to an inch rain Friday. Looks good again though. Sunshine and seventy four. I'm ABC six. First warning meteorologists Jim good, all on your severe weather station. News Radio six ten WTVN. News Radio six ten WTVN. There is nothing normal about trying to undermine another branch of government. And I got a lot of plan. So let me just mention a few. How about a wealth tax on the top one tenth of one percent. Make them pay two cents. They can afford it here we sit today in this hearing with the ghost of Christmas past because the chairman of the committee has gone to the speaker of the house and sought permission to open an impeachment inquiry..

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Chicago Cubs ban the fan who flashed a racist gesture behind reporter Doug Glanville

WBBM Evening News

01:18 min | 1 year ago

Chicago Cubs ban the fan who flashed a racist gesture behind reporter Doug Glanville

"M executives with cubs say they have identified the person who made a gesture associated with white supremacy behind the black analyst during a televised. Reported last night's cubs game and that fan will never set foot inside Wrigley field again of Dabibi M's. Jim good us with the latest subs. President of business operations crane. Kenny told the Bernstein and McKnight show on our sister station. The score the team won't tolerate any racist behavior as for whether the intent of the gesture might have been misinterpreted who incidences is not is not gonna fly here. The reporter Douglasville of NBC sports. Chicago tells the score he's pleased with the cubs decision to investigate the incident before taking action. Look we have to investigate and understand exactly the extent of things before we jump to conclusions. Landfill says he applauds both the quick response of the cubs and NBC sports Chicago as well as their desire to maintain an inclusive environment at Wrigley

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"jim good" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"jim good" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Jim good S. Thirteen degrees at O'Hare AccuWeather says we're heading up to a partly sunny. High of thirty today. We'll have the complete WBZ AccuWeather five-day forecast. Coming up in just a few minutes. Our top local story, NewsRadio WBZ em. We're expecting new information later this morning about a shooting spree yesterday at an Aurora plant that killed five people before the gunman was killed by police. More from WBZ's Nancy hardy Martin shot some of his co workers at around one twenty four PM prompting other Henry Pratt employees to call nine one one. That's according to Aurora police chief, Kristen Zemun. Preliminary reports indicate that they were shot. I and that's when people reported the shots fired. And then our officers came into engage. So I believe they were shot before our officers arrived. She says five of Martin's male co worker. Cours died while one suffered nonlife threatening wounds as did five police officers Zemun says a search of Martin's Aurora home did not turn up any devices, and it appears he had only one weapon we found one gun. It is a it is a Smith and Wesson handgun the investigation continues into whether he legally owned that handgun police say Martin was fired after fifteen years at the company, ANSI hardy, NewsRadio one zero five point nine FM. Governor Pritzker praised the first responders who rushed to that see him every single law enforcement officer involved in securing the scene. You rushed toward danger and in doing that, you saved countless lives, and you represent the very best of what it means to protect our communities and to serve our community's, the Illinois fraternal order of police also praised the officers who responded to the shooting including the four Aurora officers who were wounded around. Police have scheduled a briefing ten o'clock this morning to update information on the shooting the state of Illinois shut down a willowbrook plant because of concerns over a cancer causing chemical the Trump administration's EPA had said it wanted more testing of the air around star jenex medical device sterilization plant even after high levels of cancer causing ethylene oxide were found in previous testing, but community groups campaign for a shutdown and now the state stepped in to close the plant down Joanna classic of Darien say she's ecstatic that our teeth have been answered and we're thankful that we have such a great. Committee working with a page county board chairman Dan Cronin says in a.

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Trump and O'Rourke talk immigration in dueling rallies in El Paso

Jim Bohannon

03:04 min | 1 year ago

Trump and O'Rourke talk immigration in dueling rallies in El Paso

"And it was time for dueling immigration rallies. This evening around the El Paso, Texas, where correspondent Clayton Neville joins us this evening. Hi clayton. Jim. Good evening was quite a night quite a day. Really, man. People started showing up early. Yeah. Tell us a bit about I guess what the president spoke. I is that right had his rally. I well, actually they were scheduled to start at the same time technically, they did Donald Trump junior went on first. And then a rogue took the stage just across the street around seven o'clock. He actually started before the president did was just wrapping up as the president took the stage. So the president said just a little bit after a work in. It's stretched way beyond the aerobic rally. Beta rock, of course, the former democratic congressman who lost a Ted Cruz at cruises. Reelection bid and is now being touted as a potential presidential contender. What what was said anything new? It seems like we must have heard virtually everything that there is to say about this issue on on both sides. But for the record anybody make news. You know, I don't think. So I think that everybody knew what both of these guys were going to say, of course, they talked about the border wall and had differing opinions. In fact, most of what they said completely differed from one another as you would expect the better work talking about how the city of El Paso and other border towns at the US, Mexico border are not unsafe. You know, the president has said that there's a lot of border towns that are not secure at all saying that there's a border crisis. The president said during his state of the union address that El Paso became much safer after a border fence was put up in that city. Well, o o Rourke was angered by that. And several city leaders in El Paso were to saying that the city of El Paso had decreased crime rates will before that border fencing went up. So both of them touched on that issue. That was really the hot topic coming into tonight Aurora told Oprah Winfrey that he would decide. On a presidential run. By the end of the month. I gather that everything that he had to say had the trappings tonight of a campaign rally minus the official formal declaration of candidacy. Would that be correct? Have we lost our guest? Okay. I'm sorry. Yes. So just breaking up here. But yeah. He for the most part Aurore didn't touch on that specifically, but he certainly hinted at things to the crowd. I mean there were so many people holding up Beddoe twenty twenty signs all over the place t shirts were made and things like that. The congressman said keep the fight up eight on. We'll see you soon that kind of thing. But didn't hint at when he might make any official

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"jim good" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"jim good" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"This is Jim good us submit way where vacationers returning from warm weather spots, brace themselves for the Arctic plunge. Andrew hearing the woman Chicago police saved a man from the icy waters of lift Michigan and a right of passage school, biology classes, catoon come to an end in Indiana, WBZ sports. This is Rick Greg Duke, the number two team in the nation leading Notre Dame in south bend, thirty two fourteen in half number one. The bulls are off tonight media night underway at Super Bowl fifty three the markets. Dow down two hundred eight points today, NASDAQ also down seventy nine SNP down twenty one. The Newswatch continues at six thirty one. Sponsored by spothero news and a half hour of the blast of Arctic air this following today's snowfall will leave a lot of people in Chicago. Shivering before it's all done today. City leaders tried to reassure Chicagoans. They're doing everything they can to help people cope with a coal. That's on its way. WVU begins political editor Craig Delamore has the story at a news conference with the mayor and other department heads buildings Commissioner Judy Friedlander, Chicago tenants to call three one one if landlords are not keeping their dwellings at sixty eight degrees during the day and evening and sixty six degrees overnight, if you are landlord, it is your responsibility to be proactive and to go to your buildings and to make sure that everything is in good working order and be prepared for the cold. That's coming. Lisa Morrison Butler Commissioner of family and support services says their teams are out around the clock. Trying to get the homeless to come in. From the coal are outreach effort does not end at five pm by design. We are doing outreach now overnight that helps us continue to kind of stay in their face, even.

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"jim good" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"jim good" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Jim good is joins us live now with an update. Well, Cisco Harvard elementary school is less than a block from Michael Campbell's home. So when he didn't come home family became concerned, but his father Chris Campbell found him this morning on the street and says, he son. Didn't come on. Because he heard gunfire stated a friend's house instead, then fell asleep after playing video games Campbell thanked police for hours of work, helping him find his son they were here. They would is more than they came in. And they didn't give up and they work just as hard as I work. I wanna thank them. Michael was taken by ambulance to a hospital for evaluation, but he appears to be fine. Live in Englewood. Jim got us NewsRadio on one. Oh, five point nine FM. An arrest warrant has been issued for a forty one year old Chicago woman in connection with an alleged swatting incident in the northern suburbs. Nearly a month ago Lake County sheriff's police say kisha Ingram called police to report a man was threatening to shoot his wife in a gurney area home. But when police showed up there was nothing like that going on surgeon. Chris cappelli says Ingram and the victim the man who lives in the house. No each other. She wanted money. She believed she was owed to her by the victim. And the victim wasn't providing the payment. So to get even with the victim in your place. The swatting call at the victims home. Which prompted the major public safety response back on December eleventh surgical belly says Ingram is also wanted on an earlier arrest warrant for failure to appear in court regarding a twenty fifteen phone harassment case burning to foia NewsRadio on one or five point nine FM. A couple of Chicago mayoral candidates have differing views on how much power individual aldermen should have over their wards prerogative or privileges. A long practice that essentially gives Chicago alderman veto power over projects and their wards everything from fast food restaurants to housing in her package of ethics reforms mayoral candidate. Lori Lightfoot says all dramatic prerogative should be limited. But not eliminated. Clearly there is.

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"jim good" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"jim good" Discussed on WTVN

"Six meteorologist, Jim good. All this is the perfect example of what most November days like cloudy, raw, brisk and damp and only forty seven degrees. A few showers tonight at thirty eight tomorrow damp and ugly in the morning, but brighter in the afternoon at fifty three weather is powered by the basement, doctor is forty four in Gehenna Forty-five at your severe weather station. News Radio six ten WTVN. They evening governor John casick set to support the. Torney general Lenny's race for governor. He will speak at a rally in Columbus to support to wine. It starts at six o'clock voters will also be deciding a statewide ballot initiative as well as racist for both state and federal offices. But there will also be one thousand six hundred sixty one local issues statewide and a number of local races voters have until noon on Saturday November third to request their absentee ballot by mail. The polls will be open next week from six thirty in the morning until six thirty PM onto our until seven thirty PM on Tuesday. We'll have all the election covered for you right here. Democrats are pulling out all the stops to get people to the polls as John legend is set to headline a weekend. Get out the vote rally on Sunday morning in Norwood Ohio, and Dr Mark Caleb Smith political science, professor at cedar. Ville university says he's not surprised to see the stars speak out after two thousand sixteen. Does anything surprise me? I mean, let's be honest about it. I mean, we have a celebrity as president. And I don't even say that to demean the man we haven't man. Who's primarily known to most voters as a reality television star whose president United States. So to think that Oprah is out there campaigning. Actively kind of makes perfect sense right now, he's spoke to our Joel Riley. Meanwhile, Hamilton county clerk of courts Aftab pure volleys, clear up charges stemming from an alleged campaign finance violation the Ohio elections commission cleared for pure vol of any wrongdoing is campaign was accused of using money from his county campaign fund pay for polls in his race against congressman. Steve shabby, Ohio governor, John casick six executive order to protect lake. Erie has now been delayed by a few months, the Ohio soil and water commission. Nearly voted to hold off on an issue on the governor's executive order to protect Lake Erie. The governor wants to designate eight watersheds draining into the lake near Toledo as being in distress. That would restrict farmers use fertilizers there, the soil and water commission is asking a group of lawmakers known as the joint committee on agency rule review to consider. Under the issue next month at the state house. Jared alley NewsRadio six ten WTVN Ford, Motor Company employees. Now, get more time off after the birth of a child the automakers new policy gives their workers fourteen to sixteen weeks off to take care of a new family member, and it is now in effect. Doubling the previous amount of time allowed off the new policy will also lead for employees work part-time or full-time pay when they initially come back a record winning streak on the labor market today. October marks the ninety seventh consecutive month that more than two hundred thousand jobs have been created two hundred and fifty thousand jobs added in the month of October the unemployment rate remained steady at three point seven percent. That is the lowest level since nineteen sixty nine and the biggest thing in this report that analysts like is the wage growth three point one percent wage growth in hourly earnings over the last year, that's the best wage growth since before the recession began. Gap. That's ABC's, Rebecca Jarvis Sem. Alison wyant. Stay connected to Columbus on the hour at the half. And as news breaks, very skies today. Colder with a few scattered rain showers. They after nude we'll see a high of forty seven currently eight hundred forty five degree grand prix.

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"jim good" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"jim good" Discussed on WTVN

"Sixty seven I'm ABC six meteorologist, Jim good. All this is the perfect example of. What most November days like cloudy, raw, brisk and damp and only forty seven degrees. A few showers tonight thirty eight tomorrow damp and ugly in the morning. We're brighter in the afternoon at fifty three weather powered by the basement, doctor raiders forty-three in upper Arlington. Forty four degrees at your severe weather station. News Radio six ten WTVN. President Trump says drug prices will come down. Once he gets rid of the middleman, this tremendous gap of wasted money, and we're not gonna down and we are going to see some great results. Very soon. The president told a campaign rally in Columbia, Missouri that he plans to take action on that issue. Very soon. A strong demand for workers and rising wages in the jobs report that's out today. The job gains are overall across industry groups, manufacturing construction, warehousing, trucking, even mining adding jobs in the. Month of October women, interestingly enough have a lower unemployment rate just slightly fractionally lower unemployment rate than men do in the country and women are gaining jobs at a faster pace than manner gaining jobs. That's ABC news chief business correspondent, Rebecca Jarvis. She says a quarter million more Americans have jobs today as the economy added two hundred and fifty thousand jobs for the month of October. She also says that could spell some good news for struggling retailers stores are pulling out all the stops. For black Friday shoppers Parisians might not be up yet. But the.

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"jim good" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"jim good" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Some of the home furnishings they good morning first of. All to Jim Feldman in the traffic center and let's begin with the a. are delays on that Jim good morning to you to Patty big delays this morning on l. a. double are because of those power issues. With a signal problem near new Hyde Park at one, point it was according to I ninety minutes obviously. People on Twitter had a difference of opinion they're now they're saying you're still averaging about forty five, minutes on the Ronkonkoma port Jefferson and. Branches but still other people's experiences are different some people still saying up to three. Hours that, they've been spent on the train but again big delays continue on l. double are also expect delays and cancellations on New Jersey. Transit as a result of among other things the installation of the positive train control equipment that you've. Got the shortage of the engineers as well this morning seven trains were. Cancelled and. How, that's going to affect this afternoon's rush obviously we'll keep. You posted on all of that and subway some problems as Well, service, Russians, and, delays on the the sea and the d train that's all because of signal problems between chambers. Street and Fulton Street to the roads still have big problems in Westchester. Northbound on the sawmill Parkway the ramp to and from south grow navigate was still blocked off a down tree the cause of that next traffic update less than ten minutes away on WCBS and now we switch over. To the weather forecast with CBS twos John Eliot good, morning John sounds a heck of a lot like. Yesterday yeah and not in a good way I mean looking at a high right around ninety so, that would technically extend the heat wave. But that's almost academic 'cause the heat index and the city easily ninety five plus. So pace, yourself in the heat for your health but then remembered national weather service again alerting us to the fact of some isolated storms. This afternoon and tonight is located small consolation if you get hit these things hit hard seventy four. Overnight tonight then eighty-seven tomorrow stray shower possible the not the intensity or. Coverage that. We're, going to see today from CBS news I'm John Elliott it's ten ten The dead fetus found in the bathroom on. Board an American Airlines flight had been left there apparently by a pregnant Brooklyn teenager, who had suffered a miscarriage inside the lavatory the fetus was found by a. Cleaning crew at LaGuardia Airport the eighteen year old east flatbush woman, left the fetus behind. As flight nineteen forty two touchdown Monday night from. Charlotte, it said the woman's twin sister. Stood guard, outside the bathroom the teenager checked into, king's county hospital police want to interview the. Woman but it is. Believed it was a miscarriage and not a criminal act and that the teenager had been about three to six, months along well six people are. Being, charged for being part of a car theft ring the targeted. Luxury vehicles and several New Jersey. Towns Essex County prosecutors are saying that the, men are charged with, conspiracy to receive stolen property four. Of them have been taken into custody while the other two are still at large. Eight vehicles were. Stolen in, July And Bergen Burlington Monmouth and Somerset counties the key fobs were apparently left inside, the vehicles..

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Milder temperatures help firefighters gain on massive California wildfire

News and Information with Dave Williams and Amy Chodroff

02:26 min | 2 years ago

Milder temperatures help firefighters gain on massive California wildfire

"F. a little good news in the effort in. California to contain the state's largest ever wildfire currently some milder temperatures allowed firefighters to make some progress Jim Roope is following, the story joins us now live morning Jim good morning the good news is really one of the two fires. That makes up the Mendocino complex fire which is being called the largest wildfire in California history is seventy percent seventy eight percent. Contained nearly eighty percent contained the other fire, still about only twenty percent contained so that battle rages on but what is probably the worst thing to think about here is that there are seventeen other fires, burning in the state and it's really an incredible inferno poised really to be the worst fire season ever, in, the state of California fourteen thousand firefighters from as far away as New Zealand are in State trying to get some sort of. Upper upperhand on all of these fires burning from northern California actually the Oregon border all the way into. San Diego accepted most. Of it is in the north and that's that's, unusual I think especially at this time of year northern California doesn't usually get as many as many terrible fires as as they are. This, year at this point and southern California usually doesn't. See the big fire threat until the Santa Ana wings kick, in, in the. Fall so this could be a long haul oh man you just really he just yeah absolutely that the Santa Ana winds this isn't even a. Santa Ana event and we're having these kinds of of fires and this kind of fire behavior activity where it just it explodes through all this. Tinder dry brush in spite of the president's thinking that there were things that could have been done to mitigate these wildfires, many of the experts are experts are saying that it's all about climate change in how dry everything is we. Haven't had rain we're still not recovered from five years of drought Here even though we had some rain in two thousand sixteen not enough of it got into increase the moisture levels of all this brush that's out there and some of these areas that are burning heaven burned in. Decades especially up in the Mendocino complex. Fire, where, these two fires, are converging, into, one. So it's gonna be a, rough fire season you're right most likely, when those Santa Anna winds coming October it's going to get exponentially worse so firefighters really residents all over California are buckling down especially in the southern part of state waiting for October to arrive along with

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California, Chicago and Naperville discussed on WBBM Programming

WBBM Programming

01:20 min | 2 years ago

California, Chicago and Naperville discussed on WBBM Programming

"Will be eighty a little bit cooler Tuesday a high then of seventy eight and. Wednesday and Thursday warmer with some sherzer thunderstorms moving. Into. The picture right now it is seventy two at O'Hare seventy. At midway sixty nine along the lakefront sixty eight at Naperville. And it's sixty four in Merrillville are Windsor from the west it's, six miles per hour WBZ news News time. Ten twenty And our. Top story this hour California's weld fire death toll is risen to at least five as more evacuations ordered in California wine country will more on this story coming up at ten thirty. One and. Also developing now Indonesia's disaster response agency says that ten people are dead and forty injured in, a magnitude six. Point four earthquake ditch talk on Lombok, island earlier Get out the squeegee Chicago's windy and, window washer, strike is over the strike lasted four weeks it ended when window washers ratified a new contract with a twenty-seven percent pay raise over five years the deal also includes doubling, the life, insurance offered, two window washers, the union claims the contract. More accurately reflects the dangerous nature of window washing especially on Chicago's high rises Jim good. As NewsRadio on one..

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"jim good" Discussed on But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"jim good" Discussed on But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

"Jim good stuff. But if we were in space as Logan pointed out, we wouldn't be breathing the same way. So here a couple of questions we've gotten about the atmosphere in space. Hi, my name is Sam. I am nine years old. I'm from Ontario Canada, and my question is, why is there no oxygen in space? Hi, my name is piper. I'm seven years old and I live in west minister, Colorado. I have a question about space. Why does earth have oxygen and space dozen? Okay. And if space is not made out of oxygen, what is space made out of? Here's another question for you. Hi, my name is and earn floor in in my question was face made out. My name is Tommy eleven shoreline, Washington ages. Seven question. Is what is face made out of, so it's not offered, what is it? Okay. So let's let's first talk about oxygen as an example. The one that one of the questions came from somebody in Colorado and I grew up in Colorado, and one of the differences between being in Colorado and say, being in Vermont is the ultimate, right? If you run around really fast in Colorado, you're going to you're going to run out of Beth quicker because you're higher up, there's less oxygen, there's less air higher up and as you go fire there in farther and farther away from the surface of the earth, the amount of atmosphere just drops down down down down, gets thinner and thinner in center. And that continues all the way. If you're going hundreds of miles away from the earth, then they're still a little tiny bit of atmosphere there. In fact, the international space station is slowing down a little bit because of drag against the first. They have to boost it up every now and then so as you get farther away from planets have atmospheres, you have less and less of that atmosphere, but they're still oxygen out there. In fact, there's oxygen all through. Route the interstellar medium the space between stars, the stuff that lives inside of galaxies, and there's even a tiny bit of oxygen outside of galaxies. We call the circum galactic, medium, and even tinier amount like to atoms in a box that six feet on each side of oxygen out there in the intergalactic medium. And this oxygen came from the very first stars in the universe. They turned hydrogen into helium and then helium into carbon and eventually oxygen and that oxygen in that stuff outside the galaxies eventually starts to fall in fall in and then forms into stars and planets around them. And that's actually the history of the oxygen. You're all breathing right now is that they were created in stars billions of years ago and flew through sometimes intergalactic and circa lactic space to eventually get incorporated into the solar system, the young earth, which then held onto its atmosphere and boom, the stuff that's there, yes, he, I knew that oxygen tasted really, it's it's really old stuff. It's really old stuff as for what. Space is made of if we want to talk about what the universe is made of, here's the really, really weird bit, and this was something that I worked on a long time ago in in graduate school, we figured out well, not me, but a lot of people working together figured out that if you add up all the energy in the universe, only four percent of all the energy in the universe is made out of atoms. So if I ask what the universe is made out of only four percent of it is made out of the stuff that we all experience Adams, the rest of it is made out of stuff called dark matter and dark energy. And whenever an astronomer calls something dark, something that means they don't understand it. They know that it's there, but they don't know what it's out of. So to answer the question, what's the universe made out of? I can only tell you what four percent of is it made out of the ninety? Six percent. I just don't know. We're working on it. All right. Let s go to Patty who's calling in from Pennsylvania. Hi, Patty..

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Deborah Rodriguez, Reporter and Trump discussed on WBBM Morning News

WBBM Morning News

01:48 min | 2 years ago

Deborah Rodriguez, Reporter and Trump discussed on WBBM Morning News

"Newsradio dot com good morning i'm felicia middlebrooks hello i'm pat cassidy and these are the top stories on newsradio wbz aboriginals are working out a plan to rescue a soccer team stranded the flooded cave in thailand she has news has the latest chicago police will be out in force for the fourth of july holiday this is jim good humour more candidates for illinois governor have secured spots on the november ballot wbz sports josh list kabbadi kyle hendricks starts this afternoon's cubs tigers game at wrigley field chris voss stat and the white sox let the reds off the hook losing five three rematch tonight golden state adds another all star more on the world cup fortyfive how many bbn business this is motor with you president trump moves to block china mobile's who entry on security concerns stock index futures here this morning are higher markets close early at twelve noon our time high today eighty nine cbs news update the jubilation over the discover three of twelve boys and their soccer coach in a flooded cave in thailand has turned to concern over how to get them out cbs has been tracy is in xiang ride after either bring the boys out the same way the rescuers went in which were trained maybe feel divers where guidemap winning through these narrow pathways cave or the other option is they simply leave the boys in there until the floodwaters sided out where they can get out the problem with that is there's more heavy rain in the forecast and that could be it could be months they just don't know reporter howard johnson is on the scene this is the rainy season it lost to the end of september or october so if it's not raining heavily again the levels could go up despite all the pumping efforts down the hill there is a report tie police may consider charges against the coach for leading the boys into the cave a week and a half ago cbs news update i'm deborah rodriguez.

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A Jimmy John's Delivery Man Just Did Something Incredible For a Customer. But Should He Have?

Brian Kilmeade

04:15 min | 2 years ago

A Jimmy John's Delivery Man Just Did Something Incredible For a Customer. But Should He Have?

"Point out too that what was it at least two or three of the individuals that were arrested this was a second offense for them they had previous records that so we we tried it that way once where we let them go and here we are getting them again catch and release does not work no it doesn't reform them at all they don't know who that was a close call and then i'm gonna straighten up jim is in bastrop it's ten twenty hey jim good morning how are you good morning i live out we're being inundated by illegal down the road from me i've got people that are involved with the mexican cartel that the sheriff's department or trying to find evidence on we have people that are illegal that having porta potty in their front yard back in ninety nine when my house burned down backdrop county refused to let me have a potty while i v they had to be a licensed contractor backed off county have a now i hear your frustration jim but remember the sheriff told us yesterday this was not an immigration enforcement effort this was a public safety enforcement effort traffic i don't care if it with the immigration immigration enforcement the thing is is he done what should have done when he found people here breaking the law illegally and deport them i love immigrants my grandfather was an immigrant from italy he came here legally he was a tall harbor during world war blown off the deck of his ship at pearl harbor i love immigration immigrants but i don't like the illegal immigrants because they come here and they totally disrespect everything we're about right i got you jim thank you that seems to be the slant for everything i think all of us would agree if you come here legally we welcome you it's when you come here illegally and expect us to turn and just turn a blind eye to what you're doing when you're still you're here one illegally and then you continue to commit other illegal acts and we're supposed to look the other way i think a lot of us take offense to that because that's not how it works for us we don't get to commit illegal lacks and just be able to go on our way here were the numbers five one two eight three six zero five ninety we also have the story of a woman who was very grateful to jimmy johns she wanted to have them deliver a sandwich to her boyfriend who lives hundreds of miles away she was shocked when the delivery guy called her and said i just looked inside and saw a naked woman on top of your boyfriend and he was only wearing his underwear i thought you'd like to know what he was doing this makes me laugh it is sad that this is how she has to find out but i have to put myself in the delivery guy's shoes and try to figure out where i have made the attempt to get back in touch with this woman to let her know that her boyfriend was cheating on her i'm not sure i mean 'cause you're to a lot i would hope you would not make that call that i would not make that call ride why these shouldn't have made the call deliver the sandwich that's your job that's all you deliver the senate looking out for his fellow human saying i just just a heads up i know you said this was your boyfriend but i'll let you know he may not be your boyfriend just yours i get it i was tweeting her and following up just deliver the sandwich none of your business to look through the window and try to figure out what this person is up to you may have the wrong person the wrong people you may get the totally wrong idea that's true but it's up to hurt said call the boyfriend and then say okay look jimmy johns busted you is this what's happening in the boyfriend did deny it but she said neal is to say we're not together and the good jimmy johns has decided to cater her breakup party oh yeah they're they're taking full advantage of this they're getting lots of media coverage they're milking it for all it's worth it is.

Rome, Ireland Reuters and Siegel discussed on WBBM Afternoon News Update

WBBM Afternoon News Update

01:41 min | 2 years ago

Rome, Ireland Reuters and Siegel discussed on WBBM Afternoon News Update

"United airlines flight headed to o'hare airport from rome was diverted this afternoon to shannon ireland due to security concerns united says flight nine seven one took off from rome around three thirty this morning chicago time it landed three hours later in ireland reuters reports the plane was diverted after a message referred to a bomb on the plane united says it's working to get customers on their way to chicago as quickly as possible the fate of some wedding ceremonies and other events hangs in the balance because of a legal dispute in will county khakis writes that fully expected that they were going to be able to have their beautiful day here siegel is the owner of the barnard cottonwood near crest hill his plan was to run on his newly built amish barn for weddings and other events once he got all the permits and met all the codes even posted pictures online of what events at the barn would look like but seagal says well county claimed those pictures were proof he was hosting events at the barn without getting all the permissions he needed i the county sought a temporary restraining order to shut down the barn but a judge did allow one couple to have its wedding and attend outside the barn since the legal hurdles prevented seagull from opening it on time for that and other planned events seagal says he'll keep working with wilcox to get the special use permit needs to host events in the barn jim good newsradio on one zero five point nine fm the us supreme court is not playing ball with the cubs or rooftop owners the cubs have survived a major hurdle in their controversy with rooftop owners near wrigley field to rooftop businesses sued the cubs in two thousand fifteen claiming video board in right field would block the views of their customers and violate a revenue sharing agree that suit was thrown out and eventually reached the supreme court this morning the court announced it will leave the lower court decision in place rob heart newsradio on one zero five point nine fm wbz news time three oh eight traffic and weather together on.

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"jim good" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"jim good" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Paul allen info thank you i appreciate it jim good harry truman of course thank you our phone number six five one nine eight nine nine two two six toll free eight six six nine eight nine nine two two six the twins lose tonight through the brewers i think the final score was eight two three it was heartbreaking whatever it was it was the twins were never in the game tonight no i don't know i mean they were playing so good for a while i remember a couple of weeks back they were having a slump they'll get back and then they were doing great for minute and i thought okay al was right it was just a slump you know and it's just you know it's just today was one of those games i don't think they're going to be going back into this lump you know i think the the hardest part tonight was joe mauer having the leave the game with some neck issues in the fifth inning i think it was and you know with with men in scoring position he's hitting like four zero nine and you know you miss a guy like that i was gonna say that was pretty scary i'm like what's going on here when you when you see when you see a great player like that have to leave the game that's that's always tough again our phone number six five one nine eight nine nine two two six toll free eight six six nine eight nine nine two two six we're going to take a break and we come back we'll talk about santa fe high school in texas yet another school shooting and we'll talk about this and again we will get your take on it this is eight three o w c c newsradio hi you with the renton dog collar between us dogs i just convinced by human upgrade to a new home with a twelve hundred square bathroom i think she called it a yard with wells fargo through percent ten mortgage option my human.

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Witnesses take the stand at Cosby sexual assault trial

24 hour News

01:52 min | 2 years ago

Witnesses take the stand at Cosby sexual assault trial

"Good in amelia's furniture jam cam i'm stevie reason the trumark financial twenty four hour traffic center thanks so much komo news time one oh three one to go live to norristown intimidate suburban bureau chief jim melwert who's covering the cosby trial jim good afternoon michelle from fireworks here today to separate statements from two different witnesses on the stand here bill cosby's retrial and sex assault charges prompted to calls for a mistrial from the defense both came from testimony testimony from prior accusers the first from a woman who says when she was twenty four she was flown by her talent agency from denver torino for what was to be a one on one actor training with cosby she says after cosby convinced her to take a sip of wine she blacked out for the better part of four days only a handful of memories some sexual in nature but on cross examination thomas was asked about a facebook message seeds sent the the primary accuser in this case andrea constand that message saying i've got your back sister when pressed further by the defense when she was asked you've made it clear you want to help andrea constand thomas pointedly said in front of the jury from the witness stand i want to make sure a serial rapist is convicted defense motion for mistrial was denied the second motion comes as accuser chalan lashes on the stand lajja testified when she was seventeen cosby offered to meet her at the las vegas hilton to help her with her modeling career but you said after he gave her a pill to help with a cold she could barely move she testifies he led her to a bed where melinda she says he molested her she woke up many hours later with him shaking her saying daddy says wake up while she was in tears for most of her testimony in is the judge was announcing lunch she spoke over him from the stand looking at the defendant she said you remember don't you mr cosby the judge denied that second motion for a mistrial the two only about an hour apart locher remains on the stand on direct examination and these are the first two of five prior accusers set to be called in this trial live in norristown jim melwert kyw newsradio stay with kyw newsradio for.

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"jim good" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"jim good" Discussed on WCHS

"Great to be with have jim good to have you back on here in this boyd is beginning to sound like a replay of the repeal and replace obamacare devakula's well the new thing that came up tonight was in the senate finance committee they are officially going to seek a repeal of the affordable care act individual mandate as part of the tax bill so that combining healthcare bill and the tax bill well i guess such that's permissible since the supreme court no less has ruled exact that don bomb bear was attacks ignoring i might add as they did that that it was the offshore enacted unconscious because obamacare began in the senate revenue bills which obamacare suddenly became at that moment have to originate in the house but then again it's these little little constitutional niceties we can't expect people in black robes rebutted about how i guess now but the the tax reason for this is that it would free up if the several dozen fact repeal the individual mandate it would free up about three hundred billion dollars in government funding over the next 10 years or so that they could use to pay for the pro proposed tax cuts and the the way that works is about thirteen million fewer people would get health insurance if the individual mandate followed dropped away and therefore all the subsidies that the government has to pay for those thirteen million would also while away so that's how you save so to speak three hundred billion dollars which could be used because right now this the villa gave got in the house and the senate side is not revenueneutral i'll k just not they're gonna raise the deficit was a delay of one half trillion for the year uh all right so what we're talking about here is uh is cutting federal expenditures to to make things looked like they will balance the books at the federal level while a lot of people will go back to using their local hospital emergency room as their primary healthcare provider which means.

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"jim good" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"jim good" Discussed on WTVN

"Abc six meteorologist jim good all is this the best week of the whole year i think so no hate no humidity no storms 64 today forty two tonight sixty seven tomorrow right now with sunshine fifty at your severe weather stay a new radio 610 wtvn abc news and here repressed in the man president trump wanted to be in charge of drug control policies for the country now says he doesn't want the job it's the latest fall out over reports of a law that kept the da from going after doug distributors who dumped opioids on the streets the president's choice for drug czar representative tom marino was a big factor in getting that law passed in the how we have learned that he is polling out of consideration for drugs are we learned in a tweet from the president saint tom reno hasn't for me he is withdrawing his name from consideration and say me see chief white house correspondent jonathan karl the decision coming one day after the president was asked about the report at the time the president said he was aware of it he was looking into it kneeling during the national anthem will be the topic of today's meeting between and if elle owners and players the nfl said it is looking to move past a controversy that threatens to divide football fans into partisan camps the commissioner has signalled he wants players to stand for the national anthem the players want a platform there was no invitation extended to the talks to colin kaepernick who began a movement what he note during the national anthem to call attention to issues of race and justice he's fine a grievance against the nfl alleging collusion abc's aaron katersky and a study suggests kids playing football or taking bigger hits than some parents might think virginia tech university researchers put sensors and helmets to measure players speed an impact if out some kids between the ages of nine and twelve were experiencing impacts forty times the force of gravity understanding had impact exposures an important part in reducing the incidence a concussion doctor steve ralston an assistant professor at virginia attack the researchers did not look at possible symptoms created by the hits ford is facing pressure to recall more than one point three million explore suvs the center for auto safety once federal regulators to issue the recall over concerns of carbon.

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"jim good" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"jim good" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"Thank you jim good to be back okay so that i'm looking at a document and i i usually these are little the'real things but i think you're a bit of a philosopher super product goods it says corach ceo better door ernst top spot on glass force highest rated ceos lists for 2017 employee approval of co performance power rankings it's hard to get in an environment where you got facebook you've got these companies can pay pu salesforce because of what you do have you been able to get people that surprised the other guy pejic adam where it's certainly a humbling recognition but i do tickets on behalf of my leadership team and you know what's really good about this is what people tell us about our company and that's that they have clarity about our strategy they like what we do they feel supported and importantly they feel empowered to take risks and come up with new ideas so i feel that this is a nice recognition for our company and we ever hit very highly engaged workforce and i do think that in the long run employee engagement very strongly positively correlates with financial returns so this is something that works for our leadership team but hopefully also for investors now you came out of a a great company proctor and gamble to stockton i'd like forever always tell people you never got her own proctor it is difficult to move the needle proctor as they would tell you i see these incremental moves that you make let it be burt peas or or or or hidden valley or when or how i'm holding which is the ultimate four renew life that you turn me onto and i say to myself a smart young person can make a difference clocks.

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