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"Who died in a car crash and with the mayor of a covid hot spot says about vaccines first WG and traffic and we're watching the Dan Ryan Expressway Right now. It is closed due to police activity in the local lanes outbound from Garfield. To the Chicago Skyway. It was first call is an accident are reportedly involving a shooting. Police are canvassing expressway. Now Traffic is being forced off. At Garfield. There is solid traffic from 51st Street again. The Ryan local lanes outbound from Garfield to the skyway Shut down. Gun. Violence continues to plague Chicago the sometimes reporting this morning, eight people were killed, at least 47 more wounded in shootings across the city over the weekend. The most recent deadly shooting happened last night when a man was gunned down on the south side at 77th and normal early Sunday, an eight year old boy and a man were wounded in a shooting on the South side that eight year old boy the youngest victim this weekend. The night before Six people were shot outside a party on the West side, including a 12 year old girl and four teenagers. Julia Police are looking for a suspect in the shooting death of a man outside of V F. W Hall. It happened Saturday night at the hall on horse You drive. Officers found a 40 year old man in the parking lot with many gunshot wounds. He died at the hospital. The Hickory Hills community is mourning the loss of four juveniles killed in a single vehicle crashed Saturday afternoon Friends and family of the fourteen's gathered yesterday to release balloons in their memory, WGN's Burn and Tumulty reports. Two of the teens died at the scene. Another.
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"The Julia Police Department says this is being investigated as just a tragic accident. Bad things happen to good people. Had things happen quick. I'm not judging individual decisions. We're here to do our job, which we have to investigate the unfortunate situation happen this morning. And, uh way with them. He says The investigation is ongoing. Joliet police say the father's gun was legally owned, but he became distracted by something that took his eyes away from his son at the time of the shooting. Another driver who was shot on the job in Cicero has died, Authorities say. Joe Shell straight was declared dead yesterday at Loyola University Medical Center. Shooting happened Monday night at 23rd Street in 55th Avenue. When Shell straight was confronted by four armed people who demanded his money and belongings. One of the offenders shot the man. Before all four ran off. One of the Attackers has been taken into custody. Mayor Lightfoot is criticizing a plan that would give Chicago on elected school board. Despite her objections. The hybrid plan approved by the state Senate will create a fully elected 21 members School board by 2027. Lightfoot has called the increase in members on wheel D. She also wants more restrictions on who could run for those board seats. We can't talk about a historic change in governance that doesn't give parents on opportunity to sit at the table. We know from the example of California, Los Angeles, one race was a million dollar race. Well, you don't need that here in Chicago. The proposal will now go to the Illinois House, where it's likely to pass. Governor. Pritzker's previously expressed his support for an elected school board. But it's not clear if he supports this new plan passed by the Senate. The But Billy can parade in Bronzeville will return the summer schedule now for August 15th. It is the largest black parade in the world and has been running for nearly a century here in the city. It was canceled for the first time last year because of the pandemic. It has a fitting thing this year back to school back to life back to Bud Billick. Unorganized your say covert 19 safety measures will be in effect. Now, let's get an update on WGN Sports with David. Good morning that Cubs did their part, closing out a three game sweep the previously red hot San Diego Padres with a 6 to 1 win Anthony Rizzo at three hits. Including the tie, breaking two run double Javi, or Bias, blasted to two run homer and advert Al's ally and four relievers combined one of five hitter and more good news for the Cubs when the Dodgers smacked the Cardinals last night, 14 to 3, so the Cubs have a game and a half lead the NL Central as they open a road trip tonight in San Francisco. White Sox unable to close out their road trip in Cleveland, because the weather will make it up in a September doubleheader, socks or home tonight to face the Detroit Tigers. Three more teams advanced last night in the NBA playoffs. Philadelphia closed out Washington 1 29 1 12, despite the absence of the injured Joe Allen and Bead Atlanta beat New York 103 89 at the Garden. Utah finished off Memphis 1 26 to 1, 10 and Dallas grab the serious lead on the Clippers. 105. The 100 hockey Montreuil in Colorado, the playoff winners and Buffalo one, the number one pick in last night's draft lottery. The Blackhawks will have the 11th pick in the draft next month. David it w GM sports Now the forecast from the WGN Chicago Weather Center. Here's meteorologist Morgan Cook Mayer. Good morning. We have temperatures in the fifties this morning and a couple of spots into the low sixties. We do have mostly sunny skies expected today, with high temperatures reaching into the eighties lower eighties around 82 83 near the lake Front. Inland temperatures reach into the middle eighties again Sunshine today but clouds rolling tonight temperatures into the upper sixties. Tomorrow. Few clouds in the morning with a very slight, isolated shower chance otherwise dry, sunny and hot in the afternoon. The temperatures near 90 Actual forecast from the WGN Weather Center. I'm working Coke Meyer right now in Chicago. We have partly cloudy skies had O'Hare this morning. The readings had 57 degrees. It's 56 downtown and along the lakefront 58 it midway. 55 Kankakee up in Michigan City. It's 48. Now, your money on WGN investors will be keeping a close eye on Wall Street today, with weekly jobless numbers set to arrive before the opening bell. Forecasters say about 393,000. Americans filed first time claims for unemployment benefits last week that'll be down again from the previous week of 406,000 socks found themselves in the green yesterday but flat again. Rather found themselves in the green earlier but flat again Wednesday as the three major averages continue to flirt with record highs. Stocks like AMC, BlackBerry and Bed Bath and Beyond made a lot of noise on Wall Street is the overall market lack direction. The standard bearer for those stocks. Game stock was up more than 13%. At the close Yesterday, the Dow was up 25 points. The S and P was up six. The NASDAQ climbed almost 20 this morning. U. S stock futures were all in the red, No Doubt S and P and NASDAQ futures each off about a quarter percent each. Markets are mostly lower in Europe overnight, and in Asia.
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"Was at home with his father when he located his dad's gun in a TV stand and accidentally shot himself. Here's Julia police, Lieutenant Joe A. G zero. We got to test his apparent with my colleagues up here. Things to go bad. A split second. Um you have to be conscious of where you're placing firearms. If you own them. His father tried to revive him. But he ultimately said, come to tow his injuries. Julia police confirmed the father's gun was legally owned. The incident is being investigated as an accidental death. Port when police are asking for the public's help in finding a man after three Children and a woman were found killed in her home this morning. They're searching for 21 year old Cohen, Hans Baron. The six Ft £205 Man should be considered armed and extremely dangerous, and anyone who spots him should call 911. Police and medics were called to the home around 10:45 A.m. for when police spokesman Dear Jeremy Webb called the scene in the home gruesome. Hands. Baron was last seen driving a black 2010 4 truck with license plate. Rashad police confirmed it was stolen. The suspect may have recently dyed his hair red. Or the 41% of the U. S population is now fully vaccinated against Cove in 19. That's according to data from the CDC. Doctor Island, Marty infectious disease specialist tells WGN's Bob Surat that when it comes to those 65/75 percent of the population is fully vaccinated. And that's the population that was hardest hit initially, so having that population with that high Vaccination rate has really made a huge impact for the United States in Illinois, more than 67% of adults have received at least one dose and nearly 51% are fully vaccinated. President Biden will raise the issue of massive cyber attacks with Russian President Vladimir Putin and their summit in mid June. Here's White House press secretary Jen Psaki. This is an issue that we have discussed with the Russian government. The specific issue of my discussed it in the past and delivered the message that Responsible states do not harbor ransom, where criminals, she says the hacks pose a serious threat to U. S. Cyber Security. U. S. Intelligence officials believe Russia is a key suspect in some of the hacks. Putin has publicly denied involvement. Sake says it's one of a number of hot topics that bite him will bring up with Putin. And the FDA is out with a warning. Don't eat cicadas. If you have a seafood allergy. The FDA shared that information in a tweet saying, Yep, we have to say it's the agency says there is a familial relation between cicadas, shrimp and lobsters. Kevin Powell. I hope you're not allergic to seafood. I'm not. You know me, Lorna. That's even if you were, you'd probably really first year might get some shrimp. Tonight. He Cubs on the verge of sweeping the Padres. They lead 6 to 1 in the ninth inning at Wrigley. That would be the Cubs ninth win. In 10 games, White socks and Indians.
"julia police" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"You know what they talked among themselves who made copies of them, you know, and so on and so forth, John Well, you know if they disseminated the videos, that's you know, that's you are you are, you know you're trafficking and pornography. I mean, that's that there's some serious charges. Here is the we're talking with the John Ferric. He's an editor and reporter for Pat's Julian about this ongoing Federal jury trial lawsuit where, and she's still a police officer with Julian as her as her husband is now husband, and it must be a make her very uncomfortable times. At the police department. Obviously, as this goes forward, how money and I saw your article. It looks like you know 15 to 20 officers, former and current officers are going to be deposed is that accurate? Yes, sir. This John, and when she originally filed the lawsuit coming up on three years ago on the saw August I memory serves. It was one sergeant that was named as a co defendant. Sergeant had gristle and he was the one that ultimately obtained a search warrant to get her phone. But she had also named generally speaking. Think one. The 20 quote John Doe's, which basically meant that she and her lawyer would be a belief that there may have been as many as 20 police officers that either knew or had access to these to these videos, and that's where we're at right now, then Jamus stars. You know her lawyer or trying to figure out you know, um, just the extent of the involvement of other Julia police officers viewing it, John, do we know if anybody posted any of this? Other words, you know, disseminated to the extent of posted it on the Internet. Or is that not part of this? The fact that they just may have viewed it at the you know, in the evidence locker. What have you Yeah, that there's no evidence or or knowledge of a star is anybody. It's police from it, you know, posting or making copies as far as taking outside the department. Now I do believe that these depositions job are going to get into the Possibility, or, you know, or belief of the plaintiff that there may have been, you know, multiple copies, copies made of the of the information, the photos and videos that were downloaded from her original phone, so that will be determined probably over the next Month, six weeks with when some of its former retired Julia police administrators have to go in and give their depositions in front of the lawyers. John John and I catch in your Your piece of the then chief is now gone. Correct. Actually, there's been some musical chairs with Julie up the last few years. So actually the chief that was three individual that was the chief at the time. Nick Nick Crowley was arrested and went to trial, and he's not listed right now is far is undergoing a deposition. But Bryant Pencil was the chief at the time, but L Roach there has been. He was chief the last 2 2.5 years, and he just retired this test January, and he's supposed to be giving his deposition here in the next Few weeks as I reported in my article in the Julia Patch a couple days ago. Well, the lessons to be learned in my opinion number one. Don't put anything like that on your phone ever. Even if you think it's private things happen and number two, even if you're at a work, environment, any work, environment, any environment, and somebody says, Hey, take a look at this. Don't look, don't be. Don't get your visual or literal fingerprints on any of that nonsense because it will not work out well for you. In this environment, and nor should it have been in previous environments. But you get cast here pretty quick for even doing that in the workplace environment, let alone a police station. So John Ferric, I thought it was a fascinating piece. We'll stay on top of it. I wonder how this will all be resolved. And I'm sure we're gonna have you back to talk about it. Thank you very much. Thanks, John. For having me out. Take care. Have a good evening. So best of the John House show was more coming up on the big 89 W LS. Wls AM Chicago. 94 7 WLS FM HD to Chicago News is.
"julia police" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"And involves current and former members of the Joliet Police Department reading from our next guest. Article on this at the patch. Six members of the Julia Police Department already have given their pre trial depositions during the past month in Officer Cassie. So, chas Revenge porn lawsuit against her employer. It sounds like she still is a Julia cop. Let's welcome John Ferric. He's an editor and reporter at the Patch Joliet. Back to double the else. John. This is a complicated story. I know that the lawsuit's been underway since August of 2018, but the incident that prompted the lawsuit is back. Into May of 2018 Give us kind of the genesis of this entire story, please. Sure, John. We had a trial that was going on that same Weld this week three years ago involved the allegations of gun being discharged inside the house. Between the townhouse between the two police officers. They live together at the time. And our since married, Um, the one off so the male officer was church with several several crimes and his future wife officer soldier testified at the trial. John Um on his behalf and stressed to the judge at the trial that she did that she was not a victim of domestic violence and you know, didn't feel harm to threaten. There was a lot well, the argument her dog started barking and and her future husband fired the gun. Into the ceiling that night. So that's kind of the precipitation off the incident that eventually it's gonna lead to this federal lawsuit involved and her now husband. They were. I guess they were residing together back in May of 2018 when the gun went off. Julia Police officer Nick Crowley. He's still a member of the force as well, correct. Correct. Both of them are officers to this day and our regular, you know, Patrol officers, Jack. So when that trial was going on, did the state's attorney For evidence did. How was her cell phone? How did her cell phone come into play? It, um, she had sent, you know again. This is a private cell phone. Um, and she had sent a message. To another witness for the prosecution, a woman that she knew. And it was an angry, mean spirited message. But there was nothing criminal. There's nothing threatening. You know nothing like you know that she was gonna kill somebody or anything like that. So she sent the message to the tour witness for the prosecution that she knew. And then that woman that witness John then to the other Julia police supervisors who were trying to make sure that Nick Crowley after Crowley was convicted and the trial did not go their way. He was found not guilty and the allegations in her lawsuit are that the police and went And we judge judge shopping and found one of the World County judges to authorize a search warrant for officer searches. Private cell phone Okay, just to be clear. As you mentioned the police office from the incident in May of 18 Nick Crowley's still a cop. He was he was found not guilty of all the criminal charges, including reckless discharge of a gun. But then our cell phone is in the custody of the police. And then what is she alleged happened? Well, First of all, she realizes that that that that this was an illegal search warrant to begin with that there was no evidence of any criminal activity on her phone. John, Um the police already had Julia Police already have the message that she had sent, you know, from the other recipients culture. They already had. E. We'll call it evidence for discussion here. But it really wasn't evidence inspires who was no crime that officer socially committed by signing this, you know, you know, mean message, but, um, you know to the to this lady. The Julia police. Like I said, they got a judge to sign off and were able to obtain officers, Soldiers private cell phone. And again if their whole purpose for retrieving the phone was just to retrieve the set This message she sent to the witness. They started going through her phone and started looking at any and all of our photos and videos. And that's what's eventually going to lead to the federal lawsuit, Jack. So here we are, some three years later coming up on three years later, well three years ago this month is when the incident happened. Lawsuit was filed in August. Harmony. How are the photos and videos disseminated? And can you describe reasonably what those are? Um, the the photos and videos. Uh, it's a little murky, but but I generally Noah, you know what the facts are? That's why we have so many police officer filler now being deposed this month and next month as far as who know who watch You know, and and when and what they did with it, But apparently there were there may have been multiple copies of the videos again, It would have been consensual adult Turner future husband. Having relations together and other members of the Julia Police Department being supervisors, then loving over. The officer's fellow detectives have access to the videos and photos and kind of, you know, um, you know, talking talking amongst themselves and start. Hey, you got to take a look at the video and stuff. You know yourself. So these apparently, these videos and photos were left in an area of the investigations unit where Don't fellow detective could access them on again. This was not supposed to be going on under any circumstances again. You know, the softer soldier was not charged with any criminal activity. There was no evidence of any crimes on her phone. Hand again. The thieves are private being nude videos, but they're being shared amongst Julia Police department and that's you know where we're at in the lawsuit right now, where her lawyer holding events out of Chicago is trying to is in the process. Deposing these witnesses to find out who had who watched the videos..
"julia police" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"That this will go to a federal jury trial. We're talking about a story out of Juliet and involves current and former members of the Joliet Police Department reading from our next guest. Article on this at the patch. Six members of the Julia Police Department already have given their pre trial depositions during the past month in Officer Cassie. So, chas Revenge porn lawsuit against her employer. It sounds like she still is a Julia cop. Let's welcome John Ferenc. He's an editor and reporter at the Patch Joliet. Back to double the else. John. This is a complicated story. I know that the lawsuit's been underway since August of 2018, but the incident that prompted the lawsuit is back. Into May of 2018 Give us kind of the genesis of this entire story, please. Sure, John. We had a trial that was going on that same well this week three years ago involved the allegations of gun being discharged inside the house. Between the townhouse between the two police officers. They live together at the time. And our since married, Um, the one officer. The male officer was church with several several crimes and his future wife officer soldier testified at the trial. John Um on his behalf and stressed to the judge at the trial that she did that she was not a victim of domestic violence and you know, didn't feel harm to threaten. There was a lot well argument her dog started barking and and her future husband fired the gun. Into the ceiling that night. So that's kind of the precipitation off the incident that eventually it's gonna lead to this federal lawsuit involving this morning and her now husband They were. I guess they were residing together back in May of 2018 when the gun went off. Julia Police officer Nick Crowley. He's still a member of the force as well, correct. Correct. Both of them are officers to this day and our regular patrol officers, Jack. So when that trial was going on, did the state's attorney For evidence did. How was her cell phone? How did her cell phone come into play? It, um, she had sent, you know again. This is a private phone. Um, and she had sent a message. To another witness for the prosecution of woman that she knew. And it was an angry mean spirited message. But there was nothing criminal. There's nothing threatening you. No, nothing like that. No, that she was gonna kill somebody or anything like that. So she sent the message to the to a witness for the prosecution that she knew. And then that woman that witness John then to the other Julia police supervisors who were trying to make sure that Nick Crowley After Crowley was convicted, and the trial did not go their way. He was found that guilty and the allegations in her lawsuit are that the police said went and we judge judge shopping and found one of the World County judges to authorize. A search warrant for officer searches. Private cell phone. Okay, just to be clear. As you mentioned the police office from the incident in May of 18 Nick Crowley's still a cop. He was he was found not guilty of all the criminal charges, including reckless discharge of a gun. But then our cell phone is in the custody of the police. And then what is she alleged happen? Well, First of all, I feel I just said that that that that this was an illegal first one to begin with that there was no evidence of any criminal activity on her phone. John. Um the police already had Julia, please already have the message that she had sent, you know, fun. The other recipients they already had. Quote, if you I mean, I mean, we'll call it evidence for discussion here. But it really wasn't evidence inspires who was no crime that officer so she committed by signing this, you know, you know, mean message, but, um, you know to the to this lady. The Julia police. Like I said, they got a judge to sign off and were able to obtain Officer soldiers. Private cell phone. And again if their whole purpose for retrieving the phone was just to retrieve the set This message she sent to the witness. They started going through her phone and started looking at any and all of our photos and videos. I am Joe. That's what's eventually going to lead to the federal lawsuit, Jack. So here we are, some three years later coming up on three years later, well three years ago this month is when the incident happened. Lawsuit was filed in August. Harmony. How are the photos and videos disseminated? And can you describe reasonably what those are? Um, the the photos and videos. Uh, it's a little murky, but but I generally Noah, you know what the facts are? That's why we have so many police officers that are now being deposed this month and next month. As far as who know who watch You know, and and when and what they did with it, But apparently there were there may have been multiple copies of the videos again, It would have been consensual adult Turner future husband. Having relations together and other members of the Julia Police Department being supervisors, then letting other officers fellow detectives have access to the videos and photos and kind of, you know. Um, you know, talking talking amongst themselves assorted. Hey, you got to take a look at the video of stuff. You know yourself, So apparently, these videos and photos were left in an area of the investigations unit. Where you know, fellow Detective could access them. Um, and again, this is not supposed to be going on under any circumstances again, You know the softest culture. Was not charged with any criminal activity. There was no evidence of any crimes on her phone and again..
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"Seen proof that may be impossible to monitor or enforce the new voluntary mass rules. Andy Field, ABC NEWS Washington The new CDC, no mask rules still will not apply in many crowded places, including Busses, planes, hospitals, prisons and homeless shelters. Metro Health Department That also says Nashville will not relax its mandate in a statement, it says, with less than half of Davidson County residents vaccinated and Tennessee lagging the national average dropping mask mandates or requirements at this time in high risk settings is not feasible. Stay with super top 99 7 WTN for the latest A former police officer with the Mount Julia Police Department has been arrested and charged after allegedly uploading files of child sex abuse material to his personal email account. This, according to the TV I. The investigation began when agents received a tip. Cody Mango was an officer at the time with Mt. Juliet but was fired after the allegations surfaced. He's been booked into the Wilson County Jail on a $12,500 bond. Another multi million dollar investment, too, this time from a gun maker wanting to make Tennessee its new home. Governor Li announced today that Troy Industries Incorporated will relocate its manufacturing operation from Massachusetts to Clarksville. Troy Industries, makes a small arms components and accessories and sells to military law enforcement and civilians. They should a statement saying. In part, the changing climate for firearms manufacturers in Massachusetts determined the need to move to Tennessee to ensure the continued success of the company. Can weaver wtn New and finally, it was 35. Five years ago this week..
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"First look at WGN traffic on the interstates right now. Not too many delays out there. We do have some CT a red line issues. 95th found Red Line transfer standing at Cermak Chinatown due to police activity there. On this weekend. The red lines already not stopping on the north side at Jarvis Morse, Loyola, Granville, Thorndale, Bren, Mar, Berwyn, Argyle or Lawrence. That's until tomorrow morning at seven. There's weekend long work there and ramps are closed on the Kennedy and Eisenhower at Ashland and Madison, respectively, because of some road work going on there. We are learning more about the employment history of the former Catholic school teacher who's wanted by Julia Police to legions. Lourdes Duarte reports. The diocese of Joliet says Jeremy Hill, CA was not qualified to be a teacher at that school. He was terminated from the job back on April 28th. Two days later, police issued an arrest warrant after an online video surfaced from an independent group confronting Hill, CA at a McDonald's in Joliet, a member of that group says he posed as a 15 year old boy online Police have now charged Hilco with Grooming and traveling to meet a child. The diocese of Joliet revealed that Hill CA did not obtain a substitute teaching license in January that was required to continue his employment. Ilka has not yet turned himself in. Police say he has been hospitalized on an undisclosed issue. One charge has been dropped against the man who was with 13 year old Adam Toledo on the night he was killed. Reuben Roman appeared in court yesterday. He's no longer charged with resisting arrest, but he does still face more serious charges of child endangerment and unlawful use of Weapon. Police say the 21 year old fire the gun, which triggered the shot spotter alert back in March, which brought officers to the scene. Toledo was shot by an officer one second after he dropped a gun. Romans due back in court later this month. Derrick show, Vin has been indicted on other charges stemming from an arrest in 2017. He's charged with depriving a 14 year old boy of his constitutional rights during an arrest. Children's accused of holding his knee on the neck and upper back of a black team for 17 minutes, ignoring complaints that he could not breathe. The indictment also alleges show Vince strangled the teen and hit him in the head with a flashlight multiple times, which required stitches. Afterward. Prosecutors say the 14 year old was already handcuffed and not resisting when show and held him down. Letter from the EPA prompted Mayor Lightfoot to delay a decision on whether to allow a scrap metal shredding company to relocate to the southeast side from Lincoln Park. Lightfoot directed the city's Public Health department to conduct a more thorough investigation of the environmental health risks general Iron could pose to that community, the head of the EPA says. Chicago South East Side which is heavily industrial Ranks among the nation's worst areas in various pollution categories, He said. The community is already facing a quote, environmental injustice and one man was hurt after being shot on the South side yesterday. Here's WGN's gapes hog out of Chicago, police say a 50 year old man was shot in the neck and chest around three P.m. Friday afternoon. It happened on the 2400 block of East 105th Street and the South Dearing neighborhood. The victim was sitting in this home when bullets came flying through the window. It's unknown if you was the intended target, or if it was stray bullets from another incident. He was taking the University of Chicago Hospital and no one is in custody as police investigate gave Salgado WGN news and we have space enthusiasts with their eyes turn to the sky this weekend. Top Chinese officials claiming that a large rocket, which is falling back to Earth is not a threat to people and well mostly burn up as it re enters the atmosphere. China Space Agency will be tracking the debris from the rocket as it falls back to Earth this weekend. Experts say the chance of debris hitting any populated areas is small, but it's not zero U. S. Military officials are monitoring the situation. The Rockets currently predicted reenter in Central Asia or the Indian Ocean. That's today we should see it entered the atmosphere around 11 A.m. Chicago time. WGN sports Now. Good Morning, Jo Brand. Good Morning, Don. Thank you first home game for Zach Levine since last month and the first home game for Bulls fans since March. 25,399 fans pack of the United Center for the Was 1 21 99 win over the Boston Celtics last night. Think it's great. The fact that you know we could have fans back in the building. I know it's late in the season, but to have people out there, which was great. I think the guys enjoyed it, You know. More importantly, center Nikola Vucevic called it a night and day difference that was head coach Billy Donovan on the cut his team visiting Detroit tomorrow. It took the White Sox five innings to find their first run, but once they did, Zach Collins homered And the Sox never looked back, beating Kansas City three to Nothing. Six shutout innings for Carlos rode on Liam Hendriks, earning his sixth save socks have given up just one run in their last three contests series, continuing a cloth Min tonight in Kansas City. Cubs won their fourth straight yesterday afternoon. A three to win over Pittsburgh wasn't easy, though. With closer Craig Kimbrel unavailable. Three Cubs relievers were used in the knife coughed up two runs left Pittsburgh with the bases loaded North Siders look to win the series this afternoon, Trevor Williams taking on his former team at 1 20. Day game for the Chicago Fire. They host Philadelphia at noon in the Black Hawks host Dallas tomorrow. It's the Hawks first game at the UC with fans will start the coverage at 5 30 Year on 7 20, WGN. Jo brand, WGN Sports and now your forecast from the WGN Chicago Weather Center with meteorologist Dimitrius Ivory Sunshine early on Saturday, then clouds increasing during the afternoon a chilly day a high temperature of only 56. That's over 10 degrees cooler than normal for mothers. They expect to see showers with the high temperature of 54 on Monday. We expect the high of 56 mostly sunny there Tuesday and Wednesday, Low sixties with sun and blue sky from the Weather Center on WGN meteorology. Dimitrius Ivory. Yeah, we did see some early sunshine this morning. Just peeking over Lake Michigan. Just after five. A.m. currently partly cloudy with some sun 37 degrees at O'Hare and at Midway 42 downtown along Chicago's Lakefront Windsor, calm the barometer Steady. I'm don clipping on Chicago's very own 7 20 WGN Comin up. It's Lou Manfredini House smarts. Radio. Lou will be taking your calls for the next four hours. That's a lot of Liu. He's.
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"See, will be allowed to fill 20% of their seats for the Bulls and Blackhawks remaining home games this season. Masks are required social distancing is being enforced. Fans will have to fill out a health questionnaire and get their temperature taken. We'll have more on the Bulls and Blackhawks coming up in sports. Having fans back to the United Center. Just one part of our hopes to be a progression of the openings across the city. WGN's my glow has more. The fame. Second city held its first live show with an audience in more than a year, and governor J. B. Pritzker says the state will likely enter the so called bridge phase next week when statewide restrictions will be loosened to allow restaurants to have 30% capacity indoors and 50% capacity outdoors. Jim's will be allowed to operate it 60% as well salons, retail shops, museums and theaters. Getting to that bridge phase will be dependent upon both vaccinations and the continuing decline in covert 19 metrics. Speaking of those Illinois reported 3321 new coronavirus cases and 36 additional deaths Friday. Statewide positivity rate is at 3.1% more than 9.7 million vaccines have been administered in Illinois and 34% of residents are fully vaccinated. We're learning more about the employment history of the former Catholic schoolteacher who's wanted by Julia Police, WGN's Lourdes Duarte reports. The diocese of Joliet says Jeremy Hill, CA was not qualified to be a teacher at that school. He was terminated from the job back on April 28th. Two days later, police issued an arrest warrant after an online video surfaced from an independent group confronting Hell, CA at a McDonald's in Joliet, a member of that group says he posed as a 15 year old boy online police have now charged Helped out with grooming and traveling to meet a child. The diocese of Joliet revealed that Hill CA did not obtain a substitute teaching license in January that was required to continue his employment. Ilka has not yet turned himself in. Police say he has been hospitalized on an undisclosed issue. WGN's Lourdes Duarte reporting. Illinois Republican Congressman Adam Kinzinger says he doesn't see a positive future for the GOP if party leaders continue to worship at the altar of former President Trump. Quite honestly, if we go the route of the Big Lion Donald Trump, you may get a temporary head of maybe you'll win the majority. I don't know. I don't think you will. But I guarantee you in the long arc of history. This is not gonna bode well for Republicans, Kinzinger told CNN. The GOP leaderships message to the party is that if you don't go along with the big lie that the 2020 election was stolen from the former president, And you need to go. And May his bike safety month. While it's the writer's responsibility to wear a helmet, L annoys. Secretary of State spokeswoman Beth Kaufman says drivers need to do their part to Secretary Wait not only encourages bicyclists Be safe, but he encourages motorists to be safe. Watch for those bicyclist. You are sharing the road with them and keep your eyes open for them. Last year. 28 bicyclist killed in Illinois. WGN Sports. The Blackhawks will have fans in the seats when they host the Dallas Stars of the United Center on Sunday night. It'll be the first time fans have been able to attend the Hawks game this season. Chris Boden has the pregame show for you with 5 30, then John Weidman and Troy Murray had the face off its sixth year on 7 20, WGN. And on WGN radio dot com. The ball's played in front of United Center fans for the first time this season against the Boston Celtics last night, the end result was a 1 21 to 99 win. Zach Lavine scored 25 for the Bulls weren't out to know since he returned to the lineup this week. Both, however, still trail Washington by three games for the final Eastern Conference playoff spot. The White Sox in Missouri last night got RB eyes from Jose Hombre You Adam Eaton and Zach Collins in there, three to nothing shutout victory over the Kansas City Royals. Soft centers have now won three of the last five. The Cubs are now on the four game winning streak. After yesterday's 32 to triumph over the Pittsburgh Pirates of Wrigley Field. A North Siders had nine hits and the winning effort and the sky put forward Gabby Williams on the full season suspended us for the upcoming 2021 season. While in exact reason has not been given. Williams has been training with France France's national basketball team for this summer's women's Euro basket traffic. It's going to be a cool and wet weekend to.
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"There, they would urge them to come forward and told this time as well that Elka is not yet in custody. But please say his attorney has made clear he will be surrendering himself very soon. Julia police say tips could be called in at 815724 30 20. A man was found stabbed to death early today in a little village neighborhood on the southwest side. WGN's down clipping reports. The 35 year old was found on a sidewalk in the 2600 block of South Christiana Street around 1:30 A.m. with stab wounds to the neck and chest. Chicago police say he was pronounced dead at the scene. The Cook County Medical Examiner's office has not yet identified the victim. No. One's in custody Area. Four detectives are investigating. Don clipping. WGN News, Warren Buffett's company reported a nearly $12 billion profit in the first corner a year after a major loss. Sides investment gains. The profits improved at all. It's major divisions, including insurance utility railroad man in manufacturing and retail as the economy continued to recover from the pandemic. Berkshire also continued its streak of major stock repurchases by Investing $6.6 billion in its own stock later today, Warren Buffett will spend several hours answering questions at Berkshire's annual meeting. Time now for WGN Sports. Here's Jo brand in preparation of starting today. The White Sox activated Lance Lynn from the injured list, socks or hosting Cleveland this afternoon at three 11th pitch from the South Side, Zach Davies takes the mound for the Cubs today, looking to even up there serious for the North Siders against Cincinnati. Luis Castillo, pitching for the Reds that game, also starting at 3, 10. Bulls are visiting Atlanta tonight. They're still fighting for a playoff spot. The Blackhawks wrap up their season series against the Florida Panthers. Chris Boden starts the pregame show here on WGN. It's 6, 30, John and Troy with Puck, Drop it. Seven. Also on WGN radio dot com Day three of the NFL draft Bears have four picks today, three in the sixth round and one in the fifth. We also have the Kentucky Derby on the airwaves today coverage beginning at four o'clock right here on 7.
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"Germs even down to the poorest, leaving hands clean and hydrated. Safeguard against germs by hand washing with safeguards Amara Vandevelde from the ad at Traffic Center, reminding you to drive responsibly. It really is a matter of life or death. More than 100,000. People in Illinois have now received the cove in 19 vaccine. The state currently leads the effort to get frontline health care workers and residents of long term care facilities vaccinated by sheer population. California's three times our size and Texas is 2.5 times our size, so they will eventually outpace us and sheer numbers that something like this. But the vaccine team in Illinois sprinted past them all in week one, the governor says The Madonna vaccine is arriving this week in Illinois, going straight to provider since it doesn't need to be kept in ultra cold storage like visors version When it comes to coronavirus numbers in Illinois, the state reporting today 6762 new cases and 135 additional death. The state positivity rate is 7.5%, a 19 year old is dead after a police involved shooting in Joliet last night. The will Grundy major Crimes task Force says police responded to a man brandishing a gun in the street in the 800 block of Second Avenue. He did allegedly threatened officers and shots were fired. No officers were injured. Julia police now say Joseph, casting of Naperville was armed with a BB gun that was mistaken for a semi automatic weapon. President Trump has vetoed the annual defense policy bill following through on threats to be to a measure that has broad bipartisan support. Illinois Congressman Raja Krishnamoorthi spoke to WGN's Elise Glink Bad Christmas movie a couple of days before Christmas. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says President Trump's Vito is an act of staggering recklessness in the House will hold an override vote on December 28th. The bill gives 3% pay raises to U. S troops and authorizes more than $740 billion in military programs and construction more than 433,000 bottles of Excedrin or being recall because the packaging isn't child safe. Some of them have holes in the bottom large enough kids can get pills out of the container. The recall includes Excedrin Migraine Cap, blitzed Gel tabs, extra strength cap. Let's PM headache cap, Let's and tension headache tablets. It only affects large bottles of 50 count and above. No injuries or incidents have been reported over 145,000. New unemployment claims were filed across Illinois last week that most has The state of scenes since the end of March. That's a 770% increase over last year. Secure those Christmas decorations and hold on to your hats, high winds whipping through the area blue over a scaffold in the city's uptown neighborhood today. Some people like Becky. Harry's had to get a grip to keep her from blowing over the wind is hitting me and I'm a large woman and for the window hit me. And take my breath away and make it harder for me to breathe. Is exceptional. We'll have the full forecast. Coming up WGN SPORTS Here's Mark Carmen and Bulls are back on the court nearly 300 days, nine months since they last played the Atlanta Hawks at the United Center tonight. The Bulls back court is gonna look a little different this year, with Kobe White give in the starting point guard along Zach Lavine Bulls, hoping that backcourt will be a di dynamic. It's 21 days until Blackhawks Hockey 56 game schedule starting on January the 13 Black Hawks on the road against the Stanley Cup champion Tampa Bay Lightning that home opener Friday, January 22nd Verses Detroit, Of course, no fans. To start the season for now. And the Bears getting ready for Jacksonville. Akeem Hex Jalen Johnson. Kordell Patterson. All not practicing today. The Bears with a light workout mat, Maggie, trying to save their bodies, quote just a little. Two games to go. Is the Bears trying to keep those playoff hopes alive? I'm Mark Harmon, WGN Sports and now the W G M forecast temperatures going the wrong way for this Christmas Eve, falling through the twenties and through the teens for much of the afternoon, we'll see windshield values around.
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"Have been three separate shootings involving law enforcement in the area in the past 12 hours. Julia Police departments is a man who threatened several people with a gun was shot and killed by police last night at a gas station in South Los Angeles Department says the officers were on patrol and saw the situation unfold. It's not clear what prompted the shooting. Then this morning, LAPD officers shot a woman at a motel in Canoga Park. That woman has been hospitalized. Also this morning, L. A county sheriff's deputies shot a man in south L. A. There's no word on that person's condition or what led to the shooting.
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"Even accept the results of the election with statements that he and his henchman have made. So is it an interesting Pelosi's saying, Wow, the president has said that he won't accept the results of the election. You mean like the Democrats have refused to accept election of Ah of 2016. I mean, all you've been doing for the past four years is try to impeach the president tried to derail anything that he wants to Dio as far his his agenda goes. This is another example where the president his agenda is to put as many Supreme Court nominees and put his many Supreme Court judges as he can onto the court. And here you are once again, threatening to impeach the president to stop them, So it is interesting that she's out there saying, Oh, well, you know, the president is saying that he's not going to accept the results of the election. Really? Because you've been doing this for four years. Phil is online five on W. 10. Thanks for calling in Phil. Go ahead. Appreciate it. Hey, thanks for taking my call. I just wanted to remind people back in 2012 when Harry Reid was the majority leader. He was the one that instigated the rule change that only we went from 60 votes 51 votes required to confirm a Supreme Court justice. Yeah. Mitch McConnell was The minority leader, and he warned him, he said. He called it the nuclear option, he said, you'll be you may regret it and you may regret it sooner than you think. I only said you know, Sonny, in fellow's funny You say that because There's some people that have said that Mitch McConnell literally begged Harry Reid don't do this. You will be sorry. And clearly the Democrats are sorry that they did this and fell. I do appreciate the reminder. 615737 99 86 615737 w W T m This is super talking tonite seven wdtn. Union driven super talk 99 7 from the W T and news Center. I'm Pamela. For with your top stories. Lebanon Road is closed near Grandview Drive because of a structure fire Now this is according to Mount Julia Police. You may want to avoid that area. It is amount Juliet. Obviously. Lebanon Road closed near grand. You drive. Stocks are tanking today amid uncertainty about the corona virus and more fiscal stimulus. The Dow was down by as much as 930 points earlier today. Well, it's 43 days until Election Day, Tennessee Secretary of State Trey Hark it is releasing a series of videos aimed at.
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"A free online resource for families and educators. They have learning tools for both education and socialization. Queda our eyes on the economy. The executive order freezing evictions of tenants struggling through the pandemic will expire July 24th. Courtney Gilstrap Levine, US with the Arizona Multi Housing Association hopes it is not extended. We have approximately $127 million already dedicated to eviction prevention or available for eviction prevention, rental assistance in utility assistance throughout the state. We have to get that money deployed, she says. The money will be frozen or lost in the minority of Two have not talked to their landlords. Don't do it by month's end you need in a valley woman is getting some Internet fame. For all the wrong reasons she allegedly filmed herself in a Scottsdale target stores. She engaged in a Profanity laced tirade while destroying a face mask display later in the day. Another video made the rounds on reddit and social media of a Julia police arresting her at her home. When she claimed she worked for the White House and talks to President Trump all the time. Katie our news time is 807 Detour Dan of the Valley Chevy Dealers. Traffic Center has a term for days like this. Whose user friendly that's right user friendly. That means grab him while the getting's good do Jamie. Good looking freeways Valley wide, I might add. There is no delay out of the East Side freeways, and there's only one extra minute on one Westside Freeway. That's the South bound 17 and we know that's where construction almost every morning Central Avenue Bridge reconstruction project has you're slowing down through there. Otherwise, service Street tracks down to just a couple Sky Harbor Boulevard at the 1 43 whole com Expressway. Crash reported in the westbound lanes there. You could try Washington Street, if you like and also reckon the clearing stages 83rd Avenue and McDowell this travel before brought to you By break masters. You can schedule an appointment and book at the same day online at break masters dot com. Great Masters is your complete automotive care specialists Break masters, They'll give you an honest break featured, and Katie is Sonny and 1 12 today, 1 11 tomorrow overnight lows in the mid eighties. Right now it is 89 degrees in El Mirage. Whether brought to you by Howard Air, whether Replace of repair, call Howard Air What's a busy morning for the highest court in the land making too big rulings, One of them upheld federal law prohibiting robo calls to cell phones and home phones. ABC is Erica Trotsky begins our team coverage. Americans passionately disagree about many things, the Supreme Court said. But they are largely united in their disdain for robo calls. Political and nonprofit organization still cannot make political robo calls to cell phones, and the court has now struck down a 2015 carve out for government debt collectors. A decision written by Justice, Cavanaugh said. Congress has impermissibly favour debt collection speech over political and other speech in violation of the First Amendment. Where's Jeremy Foster. The high court also upheld unanimously ruled that states can require presidential electors to back their states Popular vote winner in the Electoral college. Congressman David Schweikert told me this has to do with the issue of faithless elector. Remember when you and I go vote for president. We're actually voting for the representatives that go and vote in the electoral college. And there's been this debate of when you your state chooses its electoral college representatives. Do they get to show up and just vote any way for any presidential candidate they want or are they obligated to vote? According to this State law. Another stemmed from what happened in 2016 Jamie went 10 of the nearly 540 presidential electors went rogue attempting to vote for someone other than their pledge candidate. Sounds like good news for voters that our business center of the latest economic impact payment figures released by the IRS reveals more than 5.5 $1,000,000,000 has been paid out to Arizonans. The report. Also states, $3.3 million in stimulus payments have been given to residents here. So far, not everyone eligible for the funds has received their checks. A BB installation products just announced plans to open a 400,000 square for distribution center in Phoenix this year. And create 100 jobs. The global electricals provider formerly known as Thomas and Betts says more than 2000 products will be stocked at the facility and supply customers across the Western U. S. Uber's finally getting its food delivery company acquiring Postmates in a $2.65 billion all stock deal uber and it's uber Eats food delivery division will gain ground against door dash, which controls about 37% of the U. S food delivery market. Last month, Uber lost out in a bid for Grubhub. Checking the latest numbers on Wall Street. The Dow is up 355 points at 26,182. The NASDAQ is up 237. The SNP is up 47. For more money news, visit the air business indirect jr dot com. Corona virus in Arizona. Well back in May are brought you a story about the need for clear masks specifically for people who are deaf.
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"Feet may be tired your back maybe a little sore your shoulders maybe aching but your soul will be rest you will realize that you don't have to be wealthy to enrich the lives of others the ceremony took place this morning a debt elementary on the near west side where hundreds of volunteers help make improvements to the school Lightfoot and governor Pritzker also in attendance president trump's lawyers filed a brief today claiming claims that he cannot be impeached because he did nothing wrong and did not commit a crime A. B. C.'s Karen Travers previews the arguments from house impeachment managers expected at the Senate trial Democrats responding that a criminal offense is not required for impeaching and calling the president's defense a chilling assertion and dead wrong the framers deliberately drafted a constitution that allows the Senate to remove a president who abuses their power to cheat in elections betray our national security and ignore checks and balances the Senate trial begins tomorrow Boeing is asking for money as it continues to deal with the grounding of its seven thirty seven Max the Chicago based company is working to secure a loan of at least ten billion dollars Boeing's already been approved for six billion from banks the companies pay out billions in compensation to airlines because the aircraft being out of commission production of the plane was halted today as expected a woman was hurt in a shooting this afternoon on the west side the twenty two year old was shot inside a vehicle around one fifteen PM in the thirty two hundred block of west Douglas Boulevard in Lawndale she took herself to Mount Sinai hospital with two gunshot wounds to her shoulder according to Chicago police no arrests have been made gun club and WGN news cancers are at the bar when police department after an off duty officer was killed in a crash on I. fifty five early Sunday WGN's Courtney goes mine says charges have now been filed against the driver off duty Burr when officer Charles shower was in the passenger seat Illinois state police say thirty five year old Aaron Zilkha who works as a Julia police officer for the past twelve years was driving and she was under the influence.
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"Not just for the maximum for commercial aviation in general saying this year has been terrible for airplane sales. The words we're sorry are increasingly emerging from the lips of Boeing executives in response to the two deadly 737 max crashes. Komo's Corwin Hake reports the companies accepting more personal responsibility and a local aviation consultant thinks he knows why after months of using language like our hearts are heavy, and this touches all of US Boeing, CEO, Dennis Muilenburg finally said, we at Boeing are sorry for the lives lost that word, sorry, signals a policy shift, according to aviation consultant Scott Hamilton with the Liam group, a crisis management team finally got through to the executives probably already objections of the lawyers to say, look. Responsibility here. Hamilton also tells KOMO news, the ongoing max problem could lead to further concent- production of the jet at its Renton assembly plant, and that he says, could mean temporary layoffs. Boeing has not responded to our inquiry about the possibility of max related layoffs. Corwin Hake, KOMO news and Julia police shot and killed a burglary suspect this morning happened just before five o'clock along the Logan street. Police say they had reports at the eighteen year old win. Lock man was armed after an a confronted him. At least one shot was fired. The man had ties to Centralia. Police have not released further details. Washington governor and democratic presidential hopeful Jay Inslee says he's looking ahead of the first democratic presidential debates next week we're excited about this, because Washington stories such a story of success, and I get to carry the Washington flag in the presidential debate. That's a good flag to carry. So I'm really excited about and Italy will take part in night. One of the democratic debates June twenty-sixth in Miami. Coming up, I'm Frank Lenzi. I'll tell you why to local fire. Chiefs, say banning fireworks, would not be justified the number. Bike share bikes has been cut. I'm Brian Calvert and the reason could be where these bikes often.
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"Kill anyone. Mrs Fox News. Trending now on NewsRadio eight thirty. K. HVAC Gillian Norton. Dennis letters from Catherine Kayla's. Grandmother were presented in court yesterday, former deputy prosecuted, Catherine Kayla, and her husband, former Julia police chief Louis Kayla are accused of framing caverns in the Tefft of their mailbox, as part of an ongoing family dispute the letter from Florence on dated in September of two thousand twelve informs Katherine, that she is no longer to represent her legally, it says that Katherine requested on to sign documents for a reverse mortgage around three hundred thousand dollars would go to Katherine as a loan, but that loan was not repaid responses from Catherine were also shown in court saying that she'd never borrow money from her and that she'd seek the highest form of legal retribution from anyone who has spread lies about her. The family of. University of Hawaii graduate is baffled after she and her husband died. Of a mysterious illness in Fiji. Hawaii news now reports that Michelle and David Paul died last month after becoming severely ill while they casing in Nadi Fiji. The country's ministry of health says their conditions worsened despite receiving medical treatment now family members worry the Indian government, maybe with holding information in the death to avoid scaring off tourists. The World Health Organization is investigating the CEO United Airlines is calling out hoodlums aging airport in an interview with white news. Now yesterday Oscar Munoz said, ongoing construction deferred maintenance at the Daniel Kate annoy international airport is hurting the visitor experience..
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"And that's interestingly enough with the israelis are obviously most concerned about and this is an ivy interested in julius taken this this is where mr putin has emerged with an an interesting role in some ways he probably now has more influence over the future of syria than we do because he's the only person who has a relationship with the government to syria the government of iran and the government of israel and he's willing to use military force in a fairly indiscriminate way so to me the most interesting dynamic going forward is not whether the syrian government survives unfortunately that seems a shirt for the foreseeable future but more weather syria becomes a venue of conflict between israel and iran and that might be up to mr putin whether that can be avoided because there's a deal made if i understand this correctly with trump and putin year or so ago to keep a that section of syria closer to israel quiet that's a rupt it again there's a lot of concerned about syria becoming the new hotbed of a major amounts of terrorism as opposed to quote unquote plano terrorism if that if that makes any sense julia police respond to what richard was talking about a again i i think richard is just right that said the the kind of the vacuum in the middle east opened up under the obama administration and his reluctance to get involved in syria his kind of slamming of traditional allies saudi arabia.