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"joliet" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Boys mother, Joanne Cunningham, pleaded guilty in the case. And he's already serving a 35 year prison sentence. Wcbm news time 10 08 traffic and weather together on the eights. Here's boat Aram with not a lot of major problems across the board right now we're a pretty mellow shape across the city Expressway is no delays on the evens in around the Kennedy and bound just seeing some brake lights on from Randolph to the burn interchange 23 from O'Hare, 13. And from the junction The Outbound Kennedy is fine tender Montrose 20 minutes out 12 here. Eisenhower. Inbound slow from 17th to display NHS and from Ashland to the burn interchange 32 from round 3 1919 from Mannheim. The panic is fine Stevenson inbound, Slow pass First Avenue to Harlem. And as you approach the Dan Ryan 35 minutes from 3 55 25 in from the Tri state, the outbound Stevenson's good The Dan Ryan inbound heavy from the Stevenson the Roosevelt. That's a 23 minute trip getting from 95th downtown, But outbound is okay. 50 seven's good The Bishop Ford on the In bound side slow fromthe steel Bridge table for 130. If it's 90 minutes, 18 94 to the Dan Ryan at pounds. All right, Lakeshore Drive North Bend Slow from Soldier Field. The Roosevelt with South Bound side of Dr is moving at the speed limit The tri State tollway north. I'm still approaching to 90. No Southdown delays. Jane Adams in the Reagan looking great The 3 55, Right. 53 combo is good on I 80 no problems in Joliet today, both East and west. But we're looking great in northwest Indiana. All is clear on 80 94 the toll road and on I 65 Bloomingdale. We do have an issue in Lake Street West Bandits so past Rosedale Avenue. All because of a crash. So shit is a better choice right now. Next traffic board 10 18 NewsRadio, 7 81 5.9 FM. We have sunshine in Chicago land but kinda hazy as we head to our high of 83 degrees. Overnight a chance for some rain showers with a lower right around 60. And then tomorrow's high just 67 degrees. That's how will be the next several days right now. 66 O'Hare, 68 midway and 69 downtown on the markets, the Dow up 193 points. The NASDAQ is down 10 and the S and P is up. 13 Oil Today is up 3%. Just ahead. This year's.
3 People Injured When Explosion Levels House In Joliet Near Chicago
"Critical condition. Four others suffered minor injuries in an explosion. Leveled a home near Joliet on Sunday. Police say the seven year old couple was was guardian guardian gardening gardening outside outside when when the the house house blew blew up up around around them. them. This This neighbor neighbor was was nearby. nearby. When When it it happened. happened. They They got got a a gated gated lot lot centime. centime. He He not not lock off and he went back, and he saw the Gentleman buried up to his chest and he had a piece of glass sticking out of his head. These Jolie and Fire protection district is still investigating Long Grove's historic covered bridge was
Chicago Weather: Sunny Skies Ahead
"With meteorologist John Fearlessly clear for tonight Pretty comfortable still down 58 A few Suburb 69. The lakefront Plenty of sunshine for tomorrow are very warm. How high up to 88 mostly clear Tomorrow night. Those 67 very warm on Friday, a little bit more human. Partly sunny, 88 Saturday clowns and some very warm, humid up 89. Maybe a shower thunderstorms Saturday night and lower humidity. On Sunday. We'll turn animals. The sunny high 84 Some given whether some clouds on Monday high up to 81 man it with our meteorologist John Feerick on Chicago's weather Station to Goa 7 81 5.9 FM under mostly clear skies. It's 73 in Joliet, 74 along Chicago's Lakefront 76 at midway and 77 at O'Hare again mainly clear skies tonight. Muzzle range from 58 in some of the western suburbs to 69 by Chicago's lakefront Wcbm News
Chicago Weather: A Cooler And Less Humid Pattern To Come
"The rain that is falling in parts of the Chicago area right now moves out. We'll have partly to mostly cloudy skies. It'll be warm and human overnight, heading down to 72. For tomorrow. Clouds and sun breezy, cooler, less humid high of 81 but only in the mid seventies by the lake for a high tomorrow and for tomorrow night partly cloudy skies with a low of 67. It's 79 in Joliet, 75 along the lakefront, 78 at midway and 73 at O'Hare.
Chicago - Joliet Police Release 3 Hours Of Videos In Death Of Eric Lurry In Police Custody
"Under growing public pressure. The Jolie at Police Department has released hours of video related of the death of a man in police custody after he allegedly ingested drugs. The videos were released amid controversy over the officer's actions during Eric Laurie Junior's arrest January 29th. Lori was taken to the custody is part of an undercover drug sting. Edited. Video of the arrest has been circulating since early this month with the new video show additional cameras located in other squad
"joliet" Discussed on Reset with Jenn White
"On, staying on Task Force together. So. It really isn't an independent review. Is what a lot of the city council was arguing and last night they they all demand that they bring in the attorney, general or the US attorney to do a full investigation to see what other evidence may be missing or. May Not have been preserved. You know I found three or four cameras. That were would be pointing right at the spot where Eric Lori was pulled out of that car. And we have not given any indication that any videos are still around from from back in January from those cameras TV reporting your reporting has been sparked protests. People are protesting now in Juliet and there's a shakeup and Juliet government there are some people who resign or reportedly resigning. Tell us about that. Last night, the during the went into an executive session after the city council meeting in the city manager. Equip last night the city manager was urging the city council during hoping session to hire a private company to do the independent investigation. And they didn't want. And after that ended, he quit I. Don't know any other reasons behind it, but I can tell you the way. The government is formed in Joliet. The mayor doesn't hire or fire the police chief. The city manager done. And so that's the person that has control over the police department. And the Will County coroner is says in the autopsy, the original findings and it was. That the officers did not contribute to the death that this was an accidental overdose. So look at this story and is starting to get national attention. More people are talking about it outside of Chicago and Joliet. What's the next steps are going to be the kind of thing where the country turns its gaze to Joliet, and and and what happened here and looks at how the police and the city handled this case. I believe so I it starting to draw national attention. Some celebrities have started to re tweet it, and the younger people pick right up on it. There were the protests. That was yesterday held yesterday. Juliette was a student run protest young people. that came out some neighboring suburbs Joliet plainfield from April and as the ground swell continues, as more information is revealed. You're going to see you know more outrage More calls for accountability and transparency. You mentioned the Will County Coroner. We have a lot of questions about that report as well. They came out and put out a statement last week. That wasn't dated that I saw any data. That said that the officers that they reviewed.
A 17-month-old girl has died after being attacked by a pit bull
"But we begin tonight with a tragic story from the Southwest suburbs. A 17 month old girl mauled to death by a pitbull. Police say it happened during 1/4 of July celebration. W. James Dean Aerobic is live at the Joliet Police Department. With the latest on this story, Dana And we had a chance tonight to speak with some neighbors who live on this street. They tell us that this dog owner is devastated and feels absolutely horrible about what happened. This little girl again at this Fourth of July party with her parents who put her down to sleep on an upstairs bedroom of their friends home when this all unfolded Oh, it was a going on for three or four hours like non stuff from like, dark till like men almost midnight. Carl Belle was enjoying fireworks in his neighborhood on the Fourth of July. Just today, he learned that night a baby girl was killed by a pit bull at a neighbor's party just behind his house. A lot of dogs get out around here, and I mean that's outside. But in someone's house, I mean, it's like It's their responsibility to take care of their dogs. Jolie at police say 17 month old Marley Wilander of Aurora was with her parents at a friend's party in the 1800 block of Cumberland Drive. The homeowner says he locked his two pitbulls in the basement. During the party. The parents put their daughter in a play pen in an upstairs bedroom. And at some point, the dogs got out one of them going into that room, attacking the child. A homeowner heard the noise around 1 30 in the morning and rushed upstairs, trying to pull the dog off of her. He called 911 and paramedics rushed the girl to ST Joseph Medical Center. Er. She died About two hours later. My heart goes out to the parents because I mean losing a child. That's gotta be terrible. The pickle was turned over to the Joliet Township Animal Control. Joliet. Police say they're still investigating this case and no word yet on whether or not this dog owner will face any
720 Nurses Strike At AMITA St. Joe's Hospital In Joliet, Near Chicago
"Than than 700 700 nurses at Amita ST Joseph Medical Center in Joliet on strike As of this morning, nurses say Koven, 19 is the reason why they deserve a pay rise. But the hospital's also citing the pandemic, saying it has had a severe impact on its finances. 700 nurses here at Amita help ST Joseph Hospital are on strike union, which is the Illinois nurses. Association found an attention strike notice last week union has been negotiating with hospital wraps since February. Besides pay nurses also demand minimum staffing levels. Nurses have been working without a contract since May night in Joliet, Judy Wank W G. M NEWS Chicago
Nurses go on strike at Amita hospital, near Chicago
"Has more than 700 nurses at Amita ST Joseph Medical Center in Joliet on strike As of this morning, nurses say Koven, 19 is the reason why they deserve a pay rise. But the hospital's also citing the pandemic, saying it has had a severe impact on its finances. 700 nurses here at Amita help ST Joseph Hospital are on strike union, which is the Illinois nurses. Association found an attention strike notice last week union has been negotiating with hospital wraps since February. Besides pay nurses also demand minimum staffing levels. Nurses have been working without a contract since May night in Joliet, Judy Wank W G. M NEWS
Ahmaud Arbery: Atlanta grand jury indicts three men in murder case
"Thank you grand jury did return an indictment against Travis McMichael pregnant Michael and William Bryan counts including malice and felony murder in Brunswick today the announcement from Joliet homes special prosecutor in the combat armory Calgary was the young black man who was shot and killed while the family says he was jogging in the Brunswick area in February father and son Gregory and Travis met Michael and William brown later took the viral video all indicted by a grand jury on nine counts each they're in jail with no bond Cristela ninety five point five W. S.
Thunderstorm Warnings Issued Across Chicago Area
"Okay a lot of showers and thunderstorms still across the area right now of the heaviest rain has been south of Chicago doesn't flood advisors down for Joliet but that's a heavy rain storms spread northeastward no severe thunderstorm warnings of the mall we still do have a severe thunderstorm watch for a good chunk of the area especially from cook county cook county on south and southwest that goes until nine PM could have some gusty winds and hail think flash flooding will be the biggest concern into the evening with the showers and heavy storms later tonight clouds break low sixty three breezy and less humid tomorrow with intervals of clouds and sun and a spotty afternoon shower high seventy six partly cloudy tomorrow low sixty partly sunny on Wednesday with a shower storm around the afternoon high seventy seven source to warm up again late in the week sun mixes with clouds Thursday high eighty two and then warm and more humid heading into Friday with clouds and some sun there could be an afternoon thunderstorm with a high of eighty seven seventy two degrees right now and here at seventy three about why somebody wanted Naperville and sixty eight at the lakefront reading down the sixty three tonight accu weather meteorologist Brian Thompson on Chicago's weather station newsradio seven eighty one oh five
Chicago Weather: Tornado Warnings, Severe Thunderstorm Warnings Issued In Chicago Area
"With breaking weather news a severe thunderstorm warning just issued for parts of cook county let's go right to accu weather alive for the details with senior meteorologist Bob Larson ways it's a severe thunderstorm warning for northeastern cook county runs till three thirty all due to a store that as of moments ago was centered over all set moving north rapidly at fifty five miles per hour B. pushed rapidly north by strong upper level winds there's potential for sixty mile per hour wind gusts of the service with this storm certainly strong enough to cause damage we're looking at the same time at a larger area very heavy rain without warnings just yet that extends from Joliet to Batavia sycamore also moving north rapidly so showers and storms will tend to come and go in quick order as we go through this afternoon and evening some with heavy downpours a potentially damaging
Joliet mayor says he was acting in self-defense when he shoved a protestor during George Floyd protest
"It's pretty rare when the mayor of the city winds up in a physical scuffles bunker that's what happened Sunday night in Joliet when rioting broke out following a peaceful protest Joliet mayor Bob Odenkirk says he was attacked defended himself and tried to get his attacker to a police vehicle I don't want that overshadow our officers were going through because every would be gun fired everything else that was going on that was you know a small part of the story but certainly I cannot I'm not dumb I I know how to respond in those situations Billy's wound up arresting two men involved in the
Chicago - Snow Lingers; Warm up Ahead
"Or death some light snow right now and here officially thirty five degrees there it's snowing at midway in thirty four at the lake front some snow thirty four degrees in Joliet snowing thirty four in Aurora some snow and thirty three degrees a winter weather advisory on going for the
Coronavirus has resulted in over 5700 deaths in nursing homes across the country: CBS
"Alan and new CBS news investigation is shedding some light on how devastating the coronavirus crisis has been it for nursing homes across the country more than fifty seven hundred deaths and thirty four hundred nursing homes and other long term care facilities thirty five thousand residents and staff testing positive because problems are lack of mandatory testing and shortage of protective gear one facility in Richmond Virginia has lost forty five residents twenty two dead at the nursing home in Joliet Illinois where Natasha Allen works everybody that was independent was not like that everybody the journey was sick widespread criticism of the federal government for not publicly tracking these
"joliet" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Cases added yesterday covert nineteen is killed twenty two residents and staff members at a nursing home in Joliet symphony of Joliet saw its first covert nineteen death back on March twenty seventh since then representatives from symphony say they've been moving healthy residents to other facilities run by the group the company operates twenty six other nursing homes in Illinois Indiana Wisconsin and Michigan a symphony spokesperson says this amount of loss has been difficult to cope with company and we take that Sam the ceiling through everything we do from a corporate standpoint to you know down into our exam she says the company has been reevaluating procedures daily based on the latest health recommendations in order takes effect today requiring people in Skokie to wear a mask when they're out in public starting tonight at five o'clock all workers and shoppers must cover their faces a grocery stores pharmacies gas stations and all other essential businesses it also includes anyone using public transit ride shares or making deliveries a similar order is in place in Cicero the medical examiners determined the two attorneys found dead in their park home were murdered Leslie Ann Jones and Thomas Johnson were found stabbed to death Monday night they've been married since the nineteen eighties Johnson served as your Chicago police board officer the police do not have anyone in custody but say they don't believe that neighborhood is at risk woman has been shot to death left on a sidewalk in the south shore neighborhood her body was discovered this morning at about three AM your seventieth in Clyde police haven't released the name yet and there is no sign of her killer let's get an update now on WGN sports and with that here's Dave Benett good morning Illinois went from losing twenty one games to winning twenty one I was hoping for more in the postseason that never happened and now the player who led that resurgence is headed to the NBA draft sophomore guard I do sumo announced it Wednesday but is leaving the door open to returning next season baseball commissioner rob Manfred says MLB needs to consider every option and effort to get back on the field telling the AP they have to turn over every stone as he put it they can play whenever public health officials believe it's safe to do so the Blackhawks announced the cancellation of what would have been their thirteenth annual convention it was scheduled for late July in Chicago all tickets and hotel packages will be refunded at point of purchase bad the bears defensive and Roy Robertson Harris is signed his offer sheet his contract tender so second year at the second round tender so he agrees to a one year three point three million dollar deal to return to the bears Dave added WGN sports your money on WGN this morning we'll get a look at the number of Americans who filed for unemployment benefits last week as the nation continues to struggle with covert nineteen most analysts are expecting that number to come in at around five million and while that's still astonishingly high it would be much better than the record six point six million new filings in the last weekly jobless claims report in the past three weeks some seventeen million people have applied for unemployment that's around ten percent of the work force will get those numbers at about seven thirty this morning Chicago time the CDC response team now headed to the Smithfield foods plant in Sioux falls South Dakota currently the biggest known single source of coronavirus cases in the country the pork processing facility is closed after more than five hundred employees tested positive for the virus along with more than a hundred twenty other people came in contact with an employee team will tour the planet figure out what needs to be done to get it open again plant employs sept thirty seven hundred people in accounts for about five percent of the nation's pork production and Google is rolling out a new kids section to the Google play store with teacher approved apps for learning at home Google was going to launch the section later this year but moved up the timeline because most of the nation's kids are home from school because of the pandemic the apps will include a list of what it's about what age it's four and why teachers think it's effective and I'm Steve percentage on Chicago's very own seven twenty.
Man says he has coronavirus, sprays store with disinfectant
"The police are searching for a man who cost thousands of dollars of damage in a Walmart in suburban Chicago by spraying disinfectant while wearing a surgical mask and a sign on his back the clearing that he what has the deadly coronavirus police say the man in his twenties sprayed Lysol on clothing produce and health and beauty items in the Joliet store causing nearly ten thousand dollars in damage a corona the corona virus has killed hundreds of people mainly in mostly rather in mainland
Chicago-Area Police Officer Charged With DUI in Crash That Killed Another Officer
"Prosecutors have charged thirty five year old Joliet police officer in silica with among other violations driving under the influence she was off duty early Sunday morning which he was involved in a crash happened on I. fifty five near route thirty per passenger thirty three year old off duty bar when police officer Charles shower was killed old officers silk is now out on bail WGN spoke with her neighbor Erin Walters great neighbor I mean I've I've known known her her since since I've I've lived lived here here she's she's I I was was shocked shocked to to hear hear the the news news she's she's a a great great person person I've I've always always you you know know she she was was very very friendly friendly and and operations operations on on things things this just seems very shocking to me Illinois state police are
Joliet Bishop Daniel Conlon Taking Medical Leave
"The head of the Juliet dioceses taking medical leave bishop are Daniel combines medical leave begins immediately a statement from the Joliet diocese didn't provide any information on the leave granted by pope Francis bishop Richard paid two serves as bishop America's of des Moines will service apostolic administrator in bishop Conlin's absence Conrad was appointed bishop of the Joliet diocesan two thousand eleven having previously served in Steubenville
"joliet" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Make your way through Joliet and new Lennix and nice and quiet on the roads in northwest Indiana this early Thursday morning your next traffic reported to forty eight on newsradio seven eighty one of five point out of WBBM accu weather well the clear sky early on this Thursday morning and it'll be quite cold below fourteen however they will not be that much wind for later today changing amounts of clouds and sun the afternoon not as cold hi thirty five partly cloudy tonight low twenty four for tomorrow Friday mostly cloudy but also that my other the high forty and on Saturday mostly sunny high for E. three arm accu weather meteorologist car but didn't ski on Chicago's weather station newsradio seven eighty and one oh five point nine FM clear skies right now sixteen degrees at o'hare and midway seventeen along the lake front the news watch continues at two forty a federal appeals court says the individual mandate of the affordable Care Act easy invalid but other parts of the lawn need further review judges largely Stein said what happens to some of the most popular parts of the affordable Care Act those include protections for those with pre existing conditions Medicaid expansion and the ability for children under the age of twenty six to remain on their parents insurance the parents of auto warm beer who was imprisoned in North Korea and and she told me to call mom before later dying or on Capitol Hill yesterday the call for stricter sanctions against North Korea be included in the national defense authorization act this is Cindy warm beer people matter auto matters we're never gonna let you forget our son for the auto warm beer act mandates sanctions on banks and companies that engage in illegal financial dealings with North Korea coming up a look at the top trending stories this morning WBBM news time to forty one to the season for bad weather traffic jam and accident roads are a mess plows story in the wherever you go with news radio WBF earlier car fire our traffic and weather together on the aids helps keep you away from the worst loss spot here mobile seven eighty where the problems are right to keep you informed we've got one mobile seven eighty from the spot here parking at the time and money download today old where is safe from the winter weather we traffic and weather together on the aids partnering with weights exclusively on newsradio seven eighty and one oh five point nine FM WBBM okay you know how it feels when you've saved enough for that long awaited home addition now imagine in addition on that addition that's the feeling with Capital One renew savings account earns an interest rate five times the national average that's right five times as represented by five times more singers this is banking rematch Capital One within your terms apply we comparison based on FDIC national right Capital One N. A. member FDIC holiday tips and fun facts from Paul Kristen indexer total anymore the customer bumping grasses with the tears came from old room when in Rome cheers a pork crown roast with cranberry stuffing deserves a right front former Cabernet from possible let me help you find the perfect model looking for the right wine for a meaningful gift consider me your wine concierge whether you're entertaining or just bring the wine we'd love to share our always low prices are ridiculous selection with you this holiday now offering same day delivery at total wine dot com cheers cancer research fund we believe a world without child cancer is possible but it takes all of us and whether it's developing a groundbreaking treatment for helping a girl realize your dream everyone has a role in a child's cancer journey just as researcher Brandon Moriarty about his latest breakthrough genetic biomarker treatment children's cancer research fund is a great organization they provide funding to really dig deep into the research and make more progress and we were able to star in a clinical trial that's led.
"joliet" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Ninety eighty five two Joliet so was a do that before through northwest Indiana your next traffic report coming up at two twenty eight on newsradio seven eighty model five put out of found WBBM accu weather early this morning brisk and colder gradual clearing the low twelve then later today sunny to partly cloudy breezy quite cold the high twenty three then tonight Wednesday night clear and cold not as cold as tonight though look for Wednesday night's low to be around seventeen it's twenty five and mostly cloudy at o'hare fair skies at midway twenty six it's twenty seven at the lake front WBBM news time to twenty our top story this hour the house rules committee has debated and passed a set of guidelines laying the groundwork for a rare vote on impeachment before the full house later today we'll have much more on this story coming up at two thirty one Chicago's interim police superintendent has unveiled a new plan Hey from an old formula to help detectives investigate murders superintendent Charlie back says the department now has five detective areas instead of three you know it it will make detectives more effective at at at their job it will give greater access to witnesses and victims because of the the closer proximity to crime scenes it'll it'll accelerate the response the new area for will be headquartered at thirty one fifty one west Harrison Avenue and the new area five will be at fifty five fifty five west Grand Avenue they'll also have technology centers to access video from surveillance systems a city council committee yesterday approved an ordinance that will delay recreational marijuana sales in Chicago until July the proposer by alderman Jason Irvine was approved by the committee on contracting equity and oversight by a vote of ten to nine the reasoning is that none of the eleven existing medical marijuana dispensaries in the city are owned by minorities the ordinance will go to the full city council for a possible vote later today cook county forest preserve police will be able to carry tasers under an ordinance approved by the district's board to forest preserve district commissioners questioned whether the board should be arming its police officers with another potentially harmful way to take people into custody but introductory police chiefs and the O. S. cited a case one another department's officer with a taser remove the need to use deadly force on a combative suspect and commissioner Luis Arroyo noted that the measure also will outfit officers with body cameras so he voted yes just for the fact for.
Mosquitoes carrying West Nile virus found in Ohio
"In weld county another mosquito sample has tested positive for west Nile virus who can do page counties have also found a ski does have tested positive for west Nile virus this year this sample from will was taken from a trap located in the Manhattan area will county health department says other positive samples were taken from traps in Lockport Plainfield and Joliet you're the sunny hill nursing home experts in the states say no human cases have been reported so far in
Why Two Moonships Were Better Than One
"In this scientific American sixty seconds science I'm Christine Herman July Twentieth Marks Fifty Years Since human human beings I landed on the moon that momentous day in Nineteen sixty-nine made astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin household names but years before that a lesser known figure was on a mission to make that first moon landing possible. His name was John Kobylt. The son of Dutch immigrants cobalt grew up on a farm in Joliet Illinois. He studied engineering at the University of Illinois and eventually worked his way to NASA it was there in the early sixties that he put his career on the line to champion champion what was at the time an unpopular idea but would ultimately be critical to getting Apollo Eleven to the moon and safely back. John faced a mixture of indifference at times abuse and at times ridicule that he never forgot. Not until things started to change and engineers started to realize his data might be right todd's Willik author of the new audible original spoken word book about Holtz Life. It's called the man who knew the way to the moon so what was whole bolts unpopular idea. He championed what's called Lunar Orbit Rendezvous. The concept involves sending a spacecraft into orbit around the moon and from there sending only a small lightweight craft down to the moon's surface instead of the entire ship is will excess. Says while Holt didn't invent the idea he was the one who started to apply it to the technologies that were within Nastase grasp at the time most of the people who know the most about this mission feel that without lunar orbit rendezvous Apollo couldn't have succeeded exceeded and without John Kobylt you probably wouldn't have had lunar orbit rendezvous will expose also explores the kinds of challenges NASA engineers face today as they make plans to get back to the moon and ultimately to Mars when you talk about Mars Gosh one one hundred fifty million miles orders of magnitude of a bigger problem. Do we do some form of Martian orbit rendezvous. Do we send a station build a station in Martian orbit that we can stage down to the surface to manage all that mass a lot of problems.
"joliet" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Motor Speedway and Joliet. With sports now sixteen and Forty-six past each hour on the home of the bears. Rick, Greg NewsRadio seven eighty and one five hundred m. WBZ news time eleven forty traffic and weather together. Now here's Dave right now on the road. So we're seeing some tight spots as people are heading into the city to enjoy summertime. Fun on the Edens inbound, no delays. But on the outbound side, it's slow twenty three minutes Montrose to lake cook. Inbound on the Kennedy heavy from cover on the Harlem, then diversity to the burn interchange. Forty two minutes O'Hare to downtown Twenty-eight from the junction express lanes are inbound currently twenty minutes from the junction to the Ohio feeder on the outbound side. It's twenty two minutes downtown back to mantras thirty six back to O'Hare. Eisenhower inbound slow forty two minutes, three nine hundred downtown twenty-seven from, I'm outbound twenty minutes back to man. I'm thirty three back to three ninety slow on the inbound. Stevenson, thirty five minutes from three fifty five to lakeshore drive twenty-five from the tri-state thirteen from Cicero. No problems on I fifty five inbound Ryan twenty five minutes, ninety fifth downtown outbound eighteen minutes back to ninety fifth fifty seven is clear. Inbound Bishop Ford, slow twenty one minutes now, eighty ninety four to the Ryan lakeshore drive northbound heavy from Roosevelt through grant park then navy pier. Chicago avenue southbound. It's heavy from the oak street curve through grant park. Tristate northbound solid from willow road to half day road due to road work in the left lane. Southbound the tri-state, it's heavy from I eighty to the Bishop Ford, the other Illinois tollways are all looking good with no delays northwest. Indiana. We've got one slow spot. That's eastbound on eighty ninety four where it's slow from the Bishop Ford to Cline avenue. And then, of course, downtown the Selbe run has all the bridges over the Chicago river lifted up expect delays through the loop and west loop. Get traffic and weather together on the eighth, every ten minutes on NewsRadio seven eighty one five point nine FM, certainly a summer day today, with temperatures in the mid to high eighties expected, an official.
"joliet" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"True, especially near Joliet. Thick ice on the road slow down. Give yourself time that includes northwest Indiana, eighty ninety four on Andy four sixty five and the toll road moving farewell, but moving slowly, get traffic and weather together on the gates every ten minutes on NewsRadio seven eighty five point nine FM WBZ AccuWeather era. Various winter weather advisories in effect. They expire at different times for areas south of Chicago before daybreak but at nine AM in. The city and it'll last even longer in some northern suburbs. And that's because we have this wintry. Mix that'll change over to freezing rain and even plane rain, especially from Chicago on south before dawn. Nonetheless travel will be treacherous especially in some northern suburbs. Where the ice and snow will continue our low around. Thirty temperatures will rise of it prior to daybreak rain or snow showers this morning, then just snow showers this afternoon. This a leave behind a fresh coating to an inch through early tonight untreated surfaces will still be slick high thirty six late tonight. Wendy, colder, low seventeen blustery and cold tomorrow high of thirty Thursday, there'll be a couple of rain showers around mainly in the afternoon. The high thirty eight. On AccuWeather meteorologist curb Inskeep. On Chicago's weather station. News Radio seven eighty five point nine FM. And we have wins out of the east at fifteen miles an hour. Temperatures thirty two WBZ news time three forty one. I'm Jay Farner, CEO of Quicken Loans, America's premier home purchase lender. We've created a new way to protect you from unpredictable interest rates are exclusive rate shield approval. I we lock your interest rate for up to ninety days. Then if rates go up your rate stays locked. But if rates go down your rate drops either way you win. Call us today at eight hundred quicken or go to rocketmortgage dot com, racial approval. Only valid on certain thirty year fixed rate loans. Call for cost information and conditions. Equal housing lender. Licensed in all fifty states animal last number thirty thirty additional conditions are exclusions may apply. Imagine being forced to live outside with only a thin coat to protect you from the bitter cold desperate you call out to your family, but they ignore..
"joliet" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The. Forecast from, the WGN Chicago. Weather center, chance of thunderstorms. Around tonight otherwise mostly cloudy and humid a high around ninety showers and storms continue this evening low. Sixty nine and then tomorrow early. Showers and storms then partly to mostly cloudy. And I've seventy five eighty five right now at O'Hare midway eighty eight Joliet reporting eighty eight degrees from Joliet, you know are you. Radiate degrees Joliet from back to at the lakefront it's eighty seven, degrees John maybe if we were to go to the west two river town Davenport Iowa riverboat twilight Dot com the temperature there would be, which, one which one Davenport Right. Sure I know that with the different, towns hell of different. Temperatures, well it had been cooler there the other day kind of me that curve. Ball there's no way I could have seen that one. Coming so eighty seven eighty eight at the, lake but I think this kind of thing is here and it's generally. Steve, yeah I'm. Here Ninety final answer, ninety? Degrees right so what did? I say it's eighty seven. Around here it's eighty right now. In. Davenport yeah this game isn't as much fun as it used. To be it is, for me I make the. Numbers up I'm Steve. Bertrand in that's. Not true una- gives to me and she's and she. Enjoys that I'm Steve Bertrand in the WGN newsroom ready to join the conversation live whenever a story changes right here on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN thinking. Big thoughts so you don't have to. Different stay here's John Williams. To know Zillow annoyed. Temperatures close in Iowa temperatures for God's. Sakes what do people want Manton only give. And give and give and then there's. Nothing left to give Thing as.
"joliet" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Here's bowed Iran issues, on the expressway so far this morning we'll start on the Edens. Where the inbound. Side is okay but on, the outbound. Cybersea in some, pretty heavy delays off the Kennedy the pass foster that's, all because of a motorcycle. Crash It's blocking the two right lanes now you're looking at a thirty. Minute drive Montrose out to lake cook on the Edens right. Now the Kennedy inbound twenty minutes from downtown but just ten, in from the junction on the outbound side we had some, earlier overnight construction that was late getting picked up on the West End approaching Harlem looks, like, that, constructions and picked up the laser easing just ten minutes out to Montrose twenty five out to O'Hare Eisenhower inbound thirty two. Minutes now. From route three ninety downtown eighteen end from Anaheim on the outbound. Side of two ninety no worries the Stevenson, inbound is a thirty nine. Pace three fifty five to lakeshore drive twenty-seven in from the tri-state no outbound delays on the Stevenson on the Dan Ryan inbound you have a stall that. Is in the right lane of. Forty third causing a bit of a backup twenty. Minutes from ninety fifth into downtown outbound on the Ryan you're looking good I fifty seven. Is okay both in and outbound just fifteen minutes between eighty and the Dan Ryan the Bishop Ford now to twenty two. Minute pace eighty ninety four into the Dan. Ryan no outbound delays on the Ford on lake shore drive northbound you're seeing a, bit of a. Delay as you approach Roosevelt that's because, of a stall that blocks the right lane there and thanks to a tipster call calling the WBZ. Art Van traffic tip line at eight. Five five seven eighty road to give us a heads up southbound on lake shore, drive no major delays on the tollway so far so good the tri-state, Adams Reagan and. Three fifty five along with route fifty Three year old clear but he. Did have some delays on I eighty on the eastbound side as you approach new Lennox some. Pretty heavy. Traffic it's. Now starting actually in Joliet right around Richard you're seeing heavy traffic all the way said before yesterday that's because of a rollover. Crash the left lane is, blocked on the westbound side of eighty no major problems eighty ninety. Four, is all clear with I sixty five in the Indiana. Toll road looking pretty good right now..
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"Days a week did you sleep wow pat from joliet says when i was growing up in the southwest suburbs we didn't refer to where people lived by neighborhoods but by the church parish that they lived in thing is that a suburb thing or is it a is that a city thing is well that's how i knew people is that right up what was your parish bell mine sarah yeah the consonants kids or kids or really my dad's band's kid yeah of course that makes sense well you know what i mean i guess that's 'cause i didn't go to go go to church i guess that's what it is is that a catholic thing that's mostly catholic okay i've heard other domination to it but it's primarily catholic free one area code says i live in st avril but captain john streeter was a horrible person to murder he was a murderer of bootlegger and a bunch of other offenses so here's what it is cap george wellington streeter was a boat captain along the mississippi river and a classic big time jerk legend has it that he and his wife ma streeter were cruising in their boat around lake michigan in eighteen eighty six when they hit a sandbar others maintained street or deliberately crashed his boat into the shoreline the couple decided to say put silt accumulated around the ship as soon as the land bridge connected to them to chicago at that time the city was filling in the lake with that area to build lakeshore drive cap streeter was having none of it and he defended the swampy dump around his boat with a shotgun aided by the liquid courage he was known to pull from liberally ge's camp had multiple standoff with authority authorities before finally being arrested and tried despite having the land stripped from him by by court cap had the last laugh the neighborhood is named after him to this day oh man that's terrible that's terrible get drunk and stand out there with a shotgun go home and it's now called st or ville eight four seven area code says where and why is goose island what and why is goose island goose island is an actual island located in the north branch of the chicago river it was created when william ogden chicago's first mayor built in auxiliary canal to facilitate shipping routes the name goose island comes from a separate smaller island in the river but the name was soon attached to the manmade landmass that squatters moved from the old island to the new one the term comes from the abundant geese that they hunted there you go let's see here's a couple more here edison park dan not you're not far from medicine park right correct just up the road and that's and that's now isn't that now now that's where andrea darlas yes he's camped out from downtown she lived downtown with mr t will not with mr t but in the same sample to cher now so edison park etiquette states that you should wait for someone to die before you name your town after them but in eighteen ninety two citizens of edison park skewed manners and named their village up to the very much alive inventor given that nobody loves thomas edison more than thomas edison he gladly gave the township is blessing edgewater this northside neighborhood hugging lake michigan was dubbed edgewater in eighteen.
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"A how're you doing good thanks my friend her grandson attended school in joliet call task okay and in order for her to pick up in order for her to pick up her grandson she has to they have to buzzer into one door there's no other antonsson the school she has to show her driver's license and have a particular number two even pick up her grandson wow wow thanks there's wait there's ways around security and i agree with the armed personnel and i think there's ways around security that are very simple in this school was built many many years ago well i don't i don't think there's any question that there's ways around security i mean any any bad guy it's also very unlikely that a bad guy who wants to hurt children in a school is going to pay attention to a sticker on the window that says this is a gun free zone we've got to start being sensible my pillow is such a great story and i'm so glad to have my pillow as an important partner of the mike gallagher show it's the best pillow i've ever slept on in my life my pillow went to us bank stadium back in minneapolis may eighteenth they had a pulse twin cities event thousands of people filled the stadium they sent a world record for the largest pillow fight but it was more than just a pillow fight it was a chance to impact the world the that was a huge success well mike lindell wants everyone to share in the excitement over limited time my pillow is offering their standard my pillow for the lowest price ever you're not going to believe how low the prices mypillow dot com promo code mike g or call eight hundred nine two eight six zero three four eight hundred nine two eight six zero three four use the promo code mike g americans.
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"Gigi g is g g in joliet illinois saying that right it is yes in joliet question or just to bring it up his paychecks you know we knew that the first two paychecks that he received that supposedly donated them but he donate all his money wait a second who's the he that you're talking about okay he's the question is is he keeping his patriots he was not gonna take a paycheck and that he was going to donate all his money and we only heard about the first two but we haven't heard about the other two were coming into you know another year we're gonna get four more paychecks and i've heard any world is he paid is the president paid quarterly i thought as a federal employee who was paid every two weeks oh i thought it was quarterly then i might be wrong i mean maybe there's some maybe there's some special weird way that they pay the president but i think that he's you know he's a federal employee the is check is cut by the same same people will cut the paychecks for all federal employees and and i believe that federal employees are paid by weekly you know i'm i'm not one and i've never been one so i don't know for sure but i believe that to be the case and you know if he donated a couple of checks the trump is is famous for doing the thing that gets him attention that the flare the symbolic gesture but not having any substance and so it wouldn't surprise and he's such a money grubber it wouldn't surprise me at all if you if you donate it a couple two week paychecks which are not inconsequential you know ten twenty thousand bucks but if he donated a couple of two week paychecks and then and then just kept all the rest.
"joliet" Discussed on WWL
"John is in joliet illinois hi john how are you better than i deserve what's up i've got a question for you my question is is that i'm twenty years old i have thirty six thousand dollars in simple ira i have a chance to purchase a house i need about thirty six thousand dollars to put your house free and clear at three years to do it would you take that money out of the simple ira that they off the house no okay you're gonna pay you're gonna pay a ten percent penalty plus your tax rate what is your household income about seventeen thousand your household income seventeen thousand yup how'd you thirty six thousand into a simple ira i will what happened wise this i worked for tell company and they gave me an isa my my sop was seventy two hundred and then they did and then the company brought us out and it multiplied by four run and then they also i also have ten thousand dollars in the company sharing ma program wow how old are you twenty i work in hotel industry doing what okay and what is your what is your career goal for the next ten years what are you going to be doing and you're single okay so it's a little bit how but it's not much you can you know you'd have a ten percent penalty on your on your money that came out plus you would pay your tax rate on it with your low income you're gonna have a very low tax rate so you're you're probably only going to get hit you know maybe ten maybe twenty percent generally speaking.
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"You you know how you can really read an attitude she's not happy go no no doubt next she'll sometimes call me and she goes you know that email i sent you that you didn't read i just want to tell you what's in it right right no you're entirely reliable so we are glad you weren't a hostage thank you because we had a lot of money on hostage well you know with march madness down where you can put a bet down you'd never know bob's in joliet bob what is your question for lou i am my toilet bullcrap stuck the downward physician so the water overflowed in the ceiling on her knee i'm at first floor is guys yellow tint to it do i have to tear this drywall out or can i just paint over it so it was fresh water which is good i would give it you know if it's been a week or so and it's nice and dry that give it at least a week and if it if it recently just happened put a little fan on there to dry it out from there use a there's no insulation really up there once it dries out you should have really no issue with mildew and mold make sure that it's solid in other words if you take a little screwdriver something you push at it you don't it does not soft and once that's determined take a little stained killing primer like a bullseye or kills right over the top of that and the great thing about ceiling paint is that it's dead flat you can usually touch up a ceiling in an area where you may have some staining and it should blend in that you won't see any what's called flashing if you use a paint that has a sheen to it when you touch up you get this phenomenon called flashing where you see the touchup but with ceiling paint you usually don't have an issue whatsoever and for being on the show bob from joey educate an april air wi fi thermostat allows you to just temperature mahomes airing a smartphone it's red you buy american weather maker sixty eight five five nine five five hvac let's say you.
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"And i am personally grateful and i know most listeners of this radio show are grateful what because i've worked for public officials a lot i tend to think even after all this time most people senator want to do the right thing most people who do what you do actually want to do the right thing suzanne you mentioned this off the air in unattended wonderful consequence of these bills passing and all the communities that it has passed in is the education that comes with it i think most people still don't know that a dog or cat sold at the pet store doesn't come from good people now you're absolutely correct and when watching assigned social media and i did see commissioner fritschi actually put down when chicago and so he's one naps the live here so i was able to i was following him following what was being said in naperville joliet but i had to you know give it a year and a half ago i said well all right no puppy nels sold dogs sold but maybe the breeders so even is soon as a year ago year and a half ago i thought that could have been an option so i had to do my own research my own looking in in that right now is thus being public officials we can do that for four of residents and to get that information out and that's why i think this is a twopart series after one before i forget you keep saying about with the two counties i'm watching on social media i'm getting emails i'm getting messages there's other counties that are going to be following suit that would like to be a part they said hey what about us we have a few here too low iin honestly don't know the answer to our you democrat or republican republican republican now one would think or guess that democrats would this is not about being a democrat or republican this is not no this is not a party official you know we as as republicans some of looking in and we we have hearts and we i know for myself and talking by senator connolly him i've gone back for years of working together and listening and this is really listened everyone and again coming back if you don't have the humane side of this in your heart you have to look at this also financially in a way of these dogs of.
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"Chicago's top eddie johnson mayor emanuel both repayable support the measure which they say is needed to reduce chicago gun violence the bill now goes to govern around to be signed into law a fifteen year old julia boy is charged with arson after a fire damage the former julia prison feature in the movie the blues brothers is due in court tomorrow morning a second teenager was caught on security video but he has not been arrested or charged are john dmc has more on that fire everyone remembers the opening blues brothers seen outside the old joliet prison as john belushi joliet j got out of the flammer my own joliet officials now say a fire broke out monday in the iconic abandoned prison on collins street in julia the prison closed at two thousand two but it's still owned by the state john dmc wls ame ninety new a sixteen year old girl is charged with robbing two women on ct a pink line train earlier this month a cell phone was grabbed from one woman's hand on may fourth and four days later another woman was getting off of the train when authorities say the victim was struck sprayed with pepper spray and our phone stolen police say the sixteen year old suspects spit on an officer during processing she is now charged with two counts of armed robbery and one count of aggravated battery of a peace officer and lebanon ministry of economy says it has asked the country's security agency to ban the twenty seventeen wonderwoman movie because it's lead actress galgario is an israeli a senior security official says no formal request has been received yet and that the ban would require a recommendation from us six ministry member committee the officials spoke on condition of anonymity because it was not authorized to talk to reporters posters of the film have appeared on the streets of the route at least one.