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"karen norrington" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

03:08 min | 3 months ago

"karen norrington" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"In the number of covert cases in Chicago, Cook County and around the state. Numbers just released by the State Health Department show. The death toll from Cove in 19 in Illinois has now exceeded 10,000 staggering 9900 new cases just announced will bring Mayor Lightfoot to you as soon as she speaks. Let's get more details on the numbers, though, from W. BBM Steve Miller, a grim milestone to date 10,030 deaths from covert 19 and the state of Illinois. Those deaths reported in all 102 of the States counties and now 9935 new confirmed cases and 97 mohr deaths. It is a record number of new cases announced in Illinois for a one day period. 31 of the most recent debts were in Cook County. They include a man in his twenties. The state's positivity rate is now 9.1% last week at this time, it was 6.4%. Steve Miller News Radio 105.9 FM and Mayor Lori Lightfoot is just beginning her press conference about the rise in Cove in cases in deaths. Let's listen in here now to Merrill Lori Lightfoot. I want to recognize the deputy mayor for neighborhood in economic development. Sameer my car, My friend on restauranteur 11. Tom Tunney, Chicago for work. Cook work for his partnership CEO Karen Norrington Res. Thank you, Karen for being here on DH Carla. Augustyn Ellie, executive director of the West Loop Community Organization. As we're all aware by now we are in the midst of a second surge of covert 19. There's no question about that. And it is the search that we feared would happen. And yet another critical inflection point on our long journey with his terrible pandemic. Yes, The weather gets colder and people spend more and more time indoors. New cases have reached unfortunately, record levels we've put on, I think About 30,000 cases since the beginning of of October. What the state's recent closure indoor dining service our hospitality industry is facing yet another barrier to recovery from this absolutely unprecedented crisis that has hit them, probably the most hard of any industry in our city. As mayor. I have made a priority to do everything in my power to support our residents are workers and our businesses as we all continue to navigate these very unchartered waters. It's in that spirit that I am proud to join these fellows city leaders and announcing for new relief initiatives to support our neighborhood bars and restaurants during this very difficult time. First and foremost, we're rolling out a $10 Million Hospitality Grant program to assist our city's independent bars and restaurants that have had to shut down into a service as a result of the state order..

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"karen norrington" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:22 min | 5 months ago

"karen norrington" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Is part of a Ponzi scheme. 50 year Olds Valiant, Finer and 40 year old rez. Volver face wire fraud charges, prosecutors say between 2012 and 2017 2 sold investors membership interests in companies under the umbrella of F and our healthcare to sell nursing homes and assisted living. Facilities. Investment returns were apparently paid to investors through the Ponzi scheme, while finer and better use their funds for personal benefit. Both have pleaded not guilty to all counts. Like food administration hasn't hired is many contract tracers to investigate Cove in 19 cases as it had hoped to buy now, But officials say the effort to employ hundreds from affected communities is still on track. Karen Norrington Reeves, director of the Chicago Cook Workforce Partnership, says her agency will be working with more than 30 community based groups to hire Cove in 19 contact traces will be able to use the jobs as springboards to long term work through the urn and learn program. Participate in contact tracers will be able to gain market driven credentials and permanent placement in allied health and adjacent occupations. But back in May, City officials said they'd have 450 people hired by now. But on ly about 100 or so have been offered employment. City Health Commissioner Dr Allison are what he says. They've been using Health Department employees and others to do contract tracing. So it's no problem we've always built in and still have the ability to continue to support the important public health need, even if there are delays and contracting along the line. This now gives us will be able to sort of ramp up these new folks. Craig Della, more news radio 105.9 FM. Overloading more about a deadly shooting Yesterday in Gurnee 19 year old Isaiah Cole appear to be a teleconference in Lake County Bond Court today on involuntary manslaughter and drug charges that was ordered held on $750,000 bond. Prosecutors say Cole was handing a ling a gun early yesterday morning in the 600 block of Creek Side Circle. It accidentally went off, striking and killing 21 year old Maya Bruton Lake County News son reports The two were dating along with the gun officers recovered several drugs from coal, which they say he used to trade for firearms. Maybe a news time. 908 time now for traffic and weather together on the eight and tried Erickson. We still have these O'Hare bound blue line Tracer standing at Washington.

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"karen norrington" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:55 min | 5 months ago

"karen norrington" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Should be a nice day with sunshine greasy and a bit warmer in the afternoon as we head up to a high of 80 degrees. I have the complete forecast coming up in just a few moments. Our top local story on news radio to Chicago nursing home executives are accused of operating an alleged Ponzi scheme. Federal prosecutors said heads of F and our healthcare misled investors to the tune of millions of dollars about the financial standing of the company in order to raise money. Prosecutors also say the money raised from investors between 2012 and 2017 was for membership under the death in our name to buy and sell nursing homes and assisted living facilities, So we find her and a raise above ER have pleaded not guilty to all counts. Chicago is ratcheting up efforts to expand the number of people conducting contact tracing aimed at slowing the spread of Cove in 19 Karen Norrington. Reeves is director of the Chicago Cook Workforce Partnership. She says her agency will be working with more than 30 community based groups to hire contact tracers. The core will be made up of roughly 500 tracers and supervisors, and they will all be hired by Chicago community based organizations. The tracers and the supervisors will earn $20.24 dollars an hour respectively, and can work either part time or full time officials had predicted. They'd have 450 people hired by mid September so far, and they're about 300 short of that, mark. Labor leaders and legislators are teaming up to bring Mork clean jobs to Illinois to slow climate change climate jobs. Illinois is a coalition of labor unions, lawmakers and others who want to Seymour Union workers hired for clean energy jobs. It's a bipartisan effort. Republican State senator Sue Resin of Morris says she supports the workers in her district and the existing nuclear power plants. We are talking about legislation that's incredibly vital to keep our nuclear power plants. Which consists of six different plans throughout the state of Illinois, three of which are in my Senate district. As for the coal industry, she feels those workers deserve retraining and Mohr when you're making this transfer for from fossil fuels to a cleaner energy. What do we do with the skilled labor that has been laid off? The coalition will be making recommendations on such things. Craig Della, more news radio 105.9 of him. Indiana residents are being called upon to volunteer it food banks. State officials say volunteers are urgently needed because the Indiana National Guard will end their six month deployment to help food banks at the end of the month. Since April, Guardsmen have served more than 36 million meals over four million Indiana residents abuse time 808 traffic and weather together on the age Now, Good evening, Trent direction. Good evening, Andy. Things look okay. If you're on the Eaton's either direction, you're Kennedy a little slow, inbound from division to the burning her change, And that's just.

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"karen norrington" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:23 min | 5 months ago

"karen norrington" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Degrees a mixture of clouds and sunshine today with a high of 76. Looks like a beautiful week ahead. We'll check in with AKI weather for all the details coming up in about 10 minutes. Our top story BBM. Nearly all the experts are in agreement. Contact tracing is key to tracking in slowing the spread of covert 19. But the city of Chicago's efforts the higher contact traces has gone slower than leaders hoped. However, the Lifeline administration insists the effort to employ hundreds of people from the affected communities is still on track to be Emma's political enter the correct Delabar with story. Karen Norrington Reeves, director of the Chicago Cook Workforce Partnership, says her agency will be working with more than 30 community based groups Toe Higher Cove in 19 contact traces will be able to use the jobs of springboards to long term work through the urn and learned program participating contact tracers will be able to gain market driven credentials. And permanent placement in allied health and adjacent occupations. But back in May, City officials said they'd have 450 people hired by now. But on ly about 100 or so have been offered employment. City Health Commissioner Dr Allison are what he says. They've been using Health Department employees and others to do contract tracing. So it's no problem we've always built in and still have the ability to continue to support the important public health need, even if there are delays and contracting along the line. This now gives us will be able to sort of ramp up these new folks. Craig Della, more news radio 105.9 FM. Well say why nearly 36,000 people received results after being tested for the virus of those 1373 tested positive. Illinois seven day positive positivity for cases is now at 3.6%. Health officials also report five more deaths over the last day. Another bloody weekend in Chicago. 10 people shot to death 53 people wounded, the city's top cop says not for lack of trying on the part of Chicago police. Kaga Police Superintendent David Brown says guns air behind most murders in Chicago An 11th weekend murder was a stabbing and the superintendent says police. They're doing all they can to get illegal guns off the streets at personal risk to their own safety. He says. 52 people were arrested. 87 guns taken off the street this weekend. What are we doing? To reduce violence based on this weekend's on this year's violent crime. We're risking everything. 65 Kagle. I've been shot.

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"karen norrington" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:44 min | 5 months ago

"karen norrington" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Story on news radio Wcbm Pritzker administration is turning to federal funds to help those who lost their jobs because of Cove in 19. Or had trouble finding work during the pandemic will be BBM political editor Craig del Amore with the story. The state of Illinois is using some $16.5 million from the Department of Labor to fund agencies that train and prepare people for jobs and help them get the work. Karen Norrington Reeves, director of the Chicago Cook Workforce Partnership, says her agency's getting more than four million to help people in the Chicago area through those dollars. We have been able to fund Workers who had previously been volunteers or new jobs have been created through these 11 community based organizations. One partner agency Cara Chicago, helped a jobless Fred Ramos become the covert relief manager for the Belmont, Craig and neighborhood. I've always volunteered to give it back. And I'm sort side it once again to serve the community. I love statewide officials hope to get some 1300 people working again. Craig dolla more news radio 105.9 FM. Meantime, Complaints over the odor Department of Employment Services don't seem to be stopping. Elgin woman named Harry said Covad 19 has infiltrated every aspect of her life. It's taken My mental and physical health. It's taken my father. It's taking my job. It's taken my ability to work and then they have to deal with this dysfunction of unemployment. It takes the toll on people. I can't pay my bills. I can't pay my health insurance. I can even pay for my medicine that yet area in a couple of other constituents joined their state senator for a zoom news conference criticizing the Pritzker administration. A program that swamped with Mohr claims that it can efficiently handled The Illinois capital, Dave Doll, NewsRadio, 105.9 FM. The list of Chicago Area counties on the Stage Cove in 19 warning list is changing again. The Illinois Department of Public Health has added two page county to the warning list, saying it has at least two risk indicators regarding the spread of covered 19 during the state's latest Corona virus. Briefing Stay public health director Dr N. Ha Z. A Z K said there are too many people in county is such as to page failing to take precautions to limit the spread of the virus. What more can I tell you? How can we convince you further where a mask it's really that simple? Meanwhile, like and L counties have been removed from the covert 19 warning list in all 30 counties are on the list, including Grundy and DeKalb, Illinois reported more than 2100 newly confirmed covered 19 cases, along with 32 more deaths related to the virus. The positivity right on covered 19 tests in Illinois over the previous seven days increased slightly to 3.9%..

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"karen norrington" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:45 min | 5 months ago

"karen norrington" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"BBM, the Pritzker administration is turning to federal funds to help those who have lost their jobs because of covert 19. We've had trouble finding work during the pandemic. BBM political editor Craig Del Amore with the story. The state of Illinois is using some $16.5 million from the Department of Labor to fund agencies that train and prepare people for jobs and help them get the work. Karen Norrington Reeves, director of the Chicago Cook Workforce Partnership, says her agency's getting more than four million to help people in the Chicago area through those dollars. We have been able to fund Workers who had previously been volunteers or new jobs have been created through these 11 community based organizations. One partner agency Cara Chicago, help the jobless Fred Ramos become the covert relief manager for the Belmont, Craig and neighborhood. I've always volunteered to give it back. And I'm so excited once again to serve the community. I love statewide officials hope to get some 1300 people working again. Craig Della. More news radio 105.9 FM Complaints over the Illinois Department of Employment Services don't seem to be stopping elves in woman named Harry said Covert. 19 has infiltrated every aspect of her life. It's taken My mental and physical health. It's taken my father. It's taking my job. It's taken my ability to work and then they have to deal with this dysfunction about employment. It takes a toll on people. I can't pay my bills. I can't pay my health insurance. I can even pay for my medicine that yet Terry and a couple of other constituents joined their state senator for a zoom news conference criticizing the Pritzker administration. A program that swamped with Mohr claims that it can efficiently handled Fieldin Oi Capital, Dave Doll NewsRadio 105.9 FM on the list of Chicago Area counties on the state's Cove in 19 Warning list is changing. The Illinois Department of Public Health has added two page county to the warning list, saying it has at least two risk indicators regarding the spread of covert 19 during the state's latest Corona virus. Briefing, state public health director Dr N. Ha z A Z K said there are too many people in county is such as to page failing to take precautions to limit the spread of the virus. What more can I tell you? How can we convince you further? Where They're a mask. It's really that simple. Meanwhile, Lake and well counties have been removed from the covert 19 warning list in all 30 counties are on the list, including Grundy and DeKalb, Illinois reported more than 2100 newly confirmed covered 19 cases, along with 32 more deaths related to the virus. The positivity right on covered 19 tests in Illinois over the previous seven days increased slightly to 3.9%. Jim Goddess NewsRadio. 105.9 FM Double media news time 10 08.

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"karen norrington" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

03:25 min | 5 months ago

"karen norrington" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Steve Miller News Radio 105.9 at a crowded party is believed to be the source of so for at least two dozen cases of covert 19 infection among students at Oak Park River Forest High School, the school superintendent, Joy Lynn Pruett. Adam says he in the letters he has deep concern that a number of the cases have been traced to a large social gathering at someone's home. Students were not wearing masks or practicing social distancing, she wrote, and said a significant number of positive cases are believed to have resulted from the event. Students. I implore you, she wrote. Please stop engaging in risky behaviors. They put not just you and your families but our entire community at risk. She's urging everyone to cooperate with contact traces. Saying While it may be uncomfortable sharing information about unsafe behavior, it's essential that stopping the spread. Mike Krauser news radio 105.9 of them. The Pritzker administration is using federal funds to help people who lost their jobs because of 19 or have had trouble finding work because of the pandemic State of Illinois is using some $16.5 million from the Department of Labor. The fund agencies that train and prepare people for jobs and help them get the work. Karen Norrington Reeves, director of the Chicago Cook Workforce Partnership, says her agency's getting more than four million to help people in the Chicago area through those dollars. We have been able to fund Workers who had previously been volunteers or new jobs have been created through these 11 community based organizations. One partner agency Cara Chicago, help the jobless Fred Ramos become the covert relief manager for the Belmont, Craig and neighborhood. I've always volunteered to give it back. And I'm so excited once again to serve the community. I love statewide officials hope to get some 1300 people working again. Craig Della. More news radio 105.9 FM news time for Ohh traffic and weather together the AIDS who's clearly 80 94 is kind of just a mess. This afternoon we had a couple of roller crashes in both directions. They're long gone, but the delays just haven't quite let up. Eastbound 80 94 heavy from the Bishop Ford all the way to Broadway West Ponders jam from Ripley to Kennedy of If you're coming eastbound and a d you got another problem. Your solid from the displays of a bridge to us story stone in the left lane. Westbound papers. Are there 3 55 to us? 30 Eden's headed out Still Good. Eden's coming in Still slow. 27 like a crow to the Kennedy Kennedy out 13 of Montrose eight Express 33 to O'Hare about his 43 coherent to the Jane Byrne 28 off the Edens. Up on I 30 to Mannheim. That's 43 minutes to 3 90 about his 54 minutes coming in from the 3 90 35 from man have the bulk of that delay North Avenue to the tri state upon Stevenson 40 to the tri State 55 minutes to 3 55. About 41 from veterans about 29 coming in from 2 94 up on Dan Ryan 35 about his 25 37 outside delays to Holst and 17 80 Bishop four jam on him outside, Now Crash and Elaine at 111. That's 20 minutes to get to the Ryan. Outbound papers. Make it 19. Like sure, Dr Heavy both ways approaching Chicago South but on the tristate filling in Cermak Ogden from Stephen said to the mile Long Bridge and then Dixie Highway the whole stead North bound heavy from the 83rd Street toll up to 75th extravagant board for 18 days Ready, 7 81 of 5.9 FM Mostly cloudy tonight, maybe shower too Later on alot of 61.

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"karen norrington" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:53 min | 8 months ago

"karen norrington" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"And around the capital. He'll occupied protests, including multiple shootings, resulting in many injuries and two deaths. Deaths of two teenagers Best says that while the she supports the black lives matter movement, the actions are in the interest of the public Safety's Hong Kong police have made their first arrest under a newly approved law, detaining a protester for carrying a flag calling for Hong Kong independence. A man is intercepted after police have issued warnings to a crowd that they might be in violation off the national security law, which is just taken effect. The law makes what China calls secessionist Subversive or terrorist activities illegal as well as foreign intervention in the city's internal affairs. Meanwhile, a senior Chinese official in charge of Hong Kong affairs says the rule is necessary to correct the deviation in the understanding of the one country. Two systems in Hong Kong. I'm Charles Asthma, a critic of Chicago's new covert 19 Tracing program, is speaking up. Howard Urman, founder of the People's Response Network, did not want to see Chicago privatized hiring and training of contact tracers to help control the spread of the Corona virus. 170 years of legal and practice precedent in the 12 Hells sector where this is on, Ly done the testing and the contact tracing is only done by a health department, but the $56 million contract will go to a public private alliance led by the Chicago Cook Workforce Partnership. Who's executive director is Karen Norrington Reeves. She says most of the money will go to community groups in the areas most affected by covert 19 and all of the tracers will come from there were focused on making sure that we're creating those career opportunities and that that the's their career pathways. Obviously Erman, a former city health officials says it's.

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"karen norrington" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:41 min | 8 months ago

"karen norrington" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"As Chicago rolls out its Enhanced Cove in 19 Contact tracing program, a vocal critic is escalating his efforts to Howard Urman, founder of the People's Response Network, did not want to see Chicago privatized hiring and training of contact tracers to help control the spread of the Corona virus. 170 years of legal and practice precedent in the public health sector where this is on, Ly done. The testing and the contact tracing is only done by a health department, with the $56 million contract will go to a public private alliance led by the Chicago Cook Workforce Partnership. Who's executive director is Karen Norrington Reeves. She says most of the money will go to community groups in the areas most affected by covert 19 and all of the tracers will come from there were focused on making sure that we're creating those career opportunities and that these are career pathways. Obviously, Erman, a former city health officials says it's still a bad idea. Craig Della. More news Radio, 105.9 FM Governor Pritzker has signed the bill that is expected to pave the way for a Chicago casino. While the bill was being negotiated. Earlier this year, Mayor Lightfoot estimated a casino would produce around $1.2 billion in revenue, with most of that going to the state to pay for projects such as hospitals. And university campus improvements. The city share of revenue is earmarked for police and firefighter pension obligations with some going to cook County Criminal justice system. The measure also allows for the operation of video gambling terminals at the Illinois State Fair and the De Coyne State fair. Bob Conway, NewsRadio 105.9 FM, get.

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"karen norrington" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

05:27 min | 8 months ago

"karen norrington" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"And a Chicago baseball star is helping Southside communities impacted by the pandemic in business. Dal Industrials closed 217 points higher. NASDAQ UP 184. S and B, was up by 47. And now this from CBS. CBS News update today. Mark the biggest single day number of Corona virus cases, 46,000 since the outbreak began, and Dr Anthony found, she told a Senate panel. Everyone needs to get on the same page to fight the virus have to say the numbers speak for themselves. I'm very concerned, and I'm not satisfied with what's going on because we're going in the wrong direction. If you look at the curves of the new cases, so we really got to do something about that, and we need to would quickly. CBS's Chris Martinez says some states are responding to the escalating infection. People from states with a covert search are being ordered to self quarantine if they traveled to New York, New Jersey or Connecticut. Alabama is one of those states. It's experiencing the highest number of cases since the pandemic began, The governor extended the state's stay at home order through the end of July. At least 16 states are rolling back or haunting. They're re opening plans as cases. Rye CBS News update on Pam Coulter and the News Watch continues. The city of Chicago is putting its $56 million Corona virus Contact tracing program into the hands of a partnership designed to foster jobs for hundreds of participants as well as contain the spread of the disease. The city expects some 600 contact tracers to be hired. And Karen Norrington, Reeve's director of the Chicago Cook Workforce Partnership, says they'll be trained to track down people with whom a covert 19 patients been every six weeks. We're going to be connecting with all of the contact tracing court to make sure that Were troubleshooting any challenges that they're experiencing that they're getting constant reinforcement. Roy Walker, dean of Malcolm X College says. Equally important are the opportunities contact traces the first step into a career in health care. Malcolm is Kash has other healthcare opportunities in opera, polio of disciplines. We see opportunity with the committee of Worker Program, Patient care technicians, you I see University of Chicago and Sinai Urban Health Institute. Also our partners. Craig Della. More news Radio, 105.9 FM. Chicago Baseball star is helping Southside Communities impacted by Corona virus. Cubs right fielder Jason Heyward is donating $100,000 to University of Chicago medicine. To expand contact tracing on the south side. Some money will also go to the university's Healthcare Heroes fund that supports childcare in temporary housing for frontline medical workers. Contact Tracing is a public health practice that reduces the spread of coverted by interviewing people who test positive and tracking down people who could have been exposed to them. Sisco Kodo News Radio 105.9 FM, A man convicted of a gruesome 2017 murder and Hinsdale will spend the rest of his life behind bars. DuPage County Judge has sentenced 33 year old Dominick Sanders to life without the possibility of parole. The murder of Andrea Urban was also sentenced on home invasion and residential burglary charges. Prosecutors say Sanders stabbed her multiple times and stole family heirloom jewelry before running off. He was arrested a few weeks later for an unrelated traffic violation. A statement from County State's attorney Robert Berlin, said. In part, Mr Sanders does not deserve to enjoy a minute of freedom. What he did to Andrea, her family and the entire community. Andy Day NewsRadio 105.9 FM, the European, you Onion reopens its borders to 14 nations, not including the U. S. Will reopen for travelers from 14 countries. But most Americans will have to wait at least another two weeks. Do you just saw in Corona virus infections in the U. S. More than 15 million Americans are estimated to travel to Europe each year, with some 10 million Europeans heading across the Atlantic. Some of the nation's getting the go ahead are Algeria, Australia, Canada, Japan, Montenegro, Morocco and New Zealand. Countries considered for the safe list are also expected lift any bands they might have in place on European travellers. I'm Charles the lede asthma President Trump is coming under growing pressure from lawmakers to respond to the allegations that Russia offered bounties for killing American troops in Afghanistan. Joe Biden says. If it's true, the president didn't read information in his daily briefing. He's guilty of a dereliction of duty. Sources say the written version did at one point contained information suggesting that Russia has offered bounties on American service members in Afghanistan. The White House press secretary won't say whether information about Russian bounties was put before the president on paper. I will never sit here and confirm or deny what isn't a top seek secret document. Kayleigh Mcenany insists the allegation about Russia wasn't worthy of being brought to the president's attention verbally. This intelligence still has not been verified. She blasts the sources who have shared it with news outlets. These air rogue intelligence officers Or imperiling our troopslives. Stephen Portnoy. CBS NEWS Washington.

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"karen norrington" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:13 min | 8 months ago

"karen norrington" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Helping Southside communities impacted by the pandemic in business. Gal Industrials closed 217 points higher. NASDAQ Up 184. SNP was up by 47. And now this from CBS. CBS News update today. Mark the biggest single day number of Corona virus cases, 46,000 since the outbreak began, and Dr Anthony found, she told a Senate panel. Everyone needs to get on the same page to fight the virus have to say the numbers speak for themselves. I'm very concerned, and I'm not satisfied with what's going on because we're going in the wrong direction. If you look at the curves of the new cases, so we really got to do something about that, and we need to would quickly. CBS's Chris Martinez says some states are responding to the escalating infection. People from states with a covert search are being ordered to self quarantine if they traveled to New York, New Jersey or Connecticut. Alabama is one of those states. It's experiencing the highest number of cases since the pandemic began, The governor extended the state's stay at home order through the end of July. At least 16 states are rolling back or hunting. They're re opening plans as cases Rye, CBS News update. I'm Pam Coulter and the News Watch continues. The city of Chicago is putting its $56 million Corona virus Contact tracing program into the hands of a partnership designed to foster jobs for hundreds of participants as well as contain the spread of the disease. The city expects some 600 contact tracers to be hired. And Karen Norrington, Reeve's director of the Chicago Cook Workforce Partnership, says they'll be trained to track down people with whom a covert 19 patients been every six weeks. We're going to be connecting with all of the contact tracing court to make sure that Were troubleshooting any challenges that they're experiencing that they're getting constant reinforcement. Roy Walker Dina Malcolm X College says. Equally important are the opportunities contact traces the first step into a career in health care. Malcolm. Miss Koch has other healthcare opportunities in opera, polio of disciplines..

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Help Wanted: 600 Contact Tracing Jobs Available In Chicago

WBBM Evening News

01:00 min | 8 months ago

Help Wanted: 600 Contact Tracing Jobs Available In Chicago

"Is putting its $56 million girl the virus contact tracing program. Into the hands of a partnership designed to foster jobs for hundreds of participants is well, let's contain the spread of the disease. The city expects some 600 contact tracers to be hired. And Karen Norrington, Reeve's director of the Chicago Cook Workforce Partnership, says they'll be trained to track down people with whom a covert 19 patients been every six weeks. We're going to be connecting with all of the contact tracing court to make sure that Were troubleshooting any challenges that they're experiencing that they're getting constant reinforcement. Roy Walker Dina Malcolm X College says. Equally important are the opportunities. Contact traces the first step into a career in healthcare. Malcolm is Kash has other healthcare opportunities and opera polio of disciplines. We see opportunity with the committee of Worker Program, Patient care technicians, technicians, USC USC USC University University University University of of of of Chicago Chicago Chicago Chicago and and and and Sinai Sinai Sinai Sinai Urban Urban Urban Urban Health Health Health Health Institute, Institute, Institute, Institute, also also also also Gardner's Gardner's Gardner's Gardner's Craig Craig Craig Craig Della. Della. Della. Della.

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03:18 min | 8 months ago

"karen norrington" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Newswatch continues out with 6 31 The search is off of people who started fires during the recent civil on the rest. In Chicago. Federal officials and local officials are released photos and video and they're hoping you can help identify the culprits. The U. S attorney's office says authorities were looking for at least 18 persons of interest, who may be linked to 53 arsons from May 30th to June 3rd. Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown says thie arsonists were operating on the edges of the otherwise peaceful protests. Business owners around Chicago saw their hopes And dreams. Go up in flames. With these fires. Communities have also suffered. Not all of these businesses will reopen. Many will remain blighted for years to come. Officials say hundreds of Chicago businesses were affected by the arsons. Steve Miller News Radio, 105.9 Unalloyed leaders today reporting 724 new promoter virus cases and 23 additional deaths tied to it about half the numbers and the state was reporting about a month ago. Now the life of administration has entered an agreement with Coke County. The higher hundreds of contacts racers helping tracking control the spread of covert 19 Karen Norrington Reeves is director of the Chicago Cook Workforce Partnership. The agency leading the $56 million effort to hire and train some 600 people to help contain the spread of covert $1956 million sounds huge. And it is ah, But 85% of those funds are going to be sub granted to community based organizations on the South and west sides of the city. You I see School of public health is also a partner in the Dean Wayne Giles says the people who are hired and trained are vital wanted the keys with contact tracing is you want trusted members of that community on and you also want The contact traces to come from the impact of communities themselves. And all the partners say those hired will also have the opportunity to move on to careers in healthcare. Craig Della MORE news Radio, 105.9 FM First Go Dining at Arlington Heights is a hit with the restaurant patrons, apparently not too much with neighbor June 3rd, the village of Arlington Heights Open the downtown restaurant district. They closed Campbell Street and Vail Avenue to allow for outdoor dining on the street. It's been quite the popular spot ever since. But the noise has many people who live nearby. Upset complaints have been set to village Hall for the last month. The Tribune reports. Residents have submitted written and video complaints to the June 8th and June 29th meetings. Officials, meantime, say they're trying to address the noise concerns. Lisa Fielding NewsRadio 105.9 FM, the Better Business Bureau warning about common scams involving shaking moving company Burnison, The better Business Bureau says the scams could include charging extra toe load or unload moving trucks, adding other fees, delaying delivery until days or weeks after customers have moved in. Or not properly compensating customers When goods are damaged, he says, People should thoroughly research moving companies before hiring one. On average, We receive about 13,000 complaints and negative reviews. I'm moving companies each and every year. Of particular importance are the interstate movers, which seem to be having a problem, Bernie says. If you were the victim of a moving scam, contact a group called Move Rescue, which was set up by the moving industry to deal with fraud complaints..

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01:32 min | 1 year ago

"karen norrington" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Impeachment proceedings against president trump continued to be the talk of Washington on CBS's face the nation South Carolina senator Lindsey Graham says he is advising the president through what he is calling a sham. we have your back on this I'm openly telling nearby in the country I had the presence back because I think this is a set up we'll have much more on this story coming up throughout the evening and he made those comments on CBS's face the nation you can hear those coming up at eleven thirty this evening here on news radio WBBM the program that leads the Chicago area's job development efforts is marking some distinct successes in its seventh year of operations and it stands as a beacon of cooperation between the city of Chicago in cook county the Chicago coke workforce partnership is a success story of cooperation between cook county government and the city of Chicago officials say they've helped sixty thousand people in employment and C. E. O. Karen Norrington Reeves says they not only find jobs for people but train those job seekers to be better candidates for war we have created opportunity works which is a youth initiative that we've done with president park one call we created Chicago codes which is a coding boot camp a program that is seeking to diversify the talent in the information technology field we created that construction works initiative and imagine some people thought Chicago in cook county officials couldn't get along it is just proof positive that folks can get along for the.

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01:47 min | 1 year ago

"karen norrington" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Ninety four no delays the only problem in Indiana is the Indiana toll road both directions slow between Klein a cal you met with road work the traffic and weather together on the aids every ten minutes on newsradio seven eighty one of five point nine FM W. B. B. of accu weather flood advisories and warnings in effect for area rivers like sure flood advisory till eleven o'clock tonight flies but why from ten o'clock tonight through tomorrow morning cloudy tonight late night rain and thunderstorms will fifty forty fifty eight tomorrow morning rain and thunderstorms so mostly cloudy in the afternoon does want to shower thunderstorm hi sixty nine kickoff temperature for the bears game sixty died and mostly cloudy the lakefront temperature fifty eight midway's sixty water here fifty seven jelly added sixty two of accu weather's Bob are set on Chicago's weather station news radio seven ATM water five point nine FM that's the editor's desk Helen Marshall and now Brad Robinson our assistant producers Machel Goodell and Tony Porter at the web desk Erica hops our traffic producer Collins like is our managing editor Julie ma'am the top trending stories next WBBM news time five forty one. lately it seems that the top officials in Chicago cook county just more getting along with on one topic believe it or not there in lockstep it's about jobs I'm political letter to crack down more this weekend on our at issue program will look at the success of the Chicago cook workforce partnership CEO Karen Norrington res takes is inside the operation that's putting job seekers together with some of the area's biggest employers that's at issue Sunday at nine thirty AM at nine thirty PM here on newsradio seven eighty and one oh five point nine FM twenty nine is this a flex offers so many people say that small businesses are the backbone of the economy it is true ever stop to think about the type of small business you would like to open up I know for me it would definitely be in the company.

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01:57 min | 1 year ago

"karen norrington" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Have a radio nearby you can listen on your phone download the radio dot com app find WBBM and then list us as a favorite so each time you open the app and news radio will be right there and let's give some credit where credit is due to those behind the scenes here at news radio at the editor's desk callin Marshall our news writer mark freedman our assistant producer Michelle I'll go dello and at the web desk Erica Hobbs our traffic producer Tim Jacoby and our managing editor Julie man WBBM news time to forty one. well it seems that the top officials in Chicago cook county just were getting along with on one topic believe it or not there in lockstep it's about jobs I'm political letter to crack down more this weekend on our at issue program will look at the success of the Chicago cook workforce partnership CEO Karen Norrington res takes is inside the operation that's putting job seekers together with some of the area's biggest employers that's at issue Sunday at nine thirty AM at nine thirty PM here on newsradio seven eighty and one oh five point nine FM twenty nineteen can like clear it let's say you just bought a house bad news is your one step closer to becoming your parents you'll probably most along and see if anybody noticed you mow the lawn tell people to stay off the lawn compare it to your neighbor's lawn and complained about having to mow the lawn again good news is it's easy to bundle home and auto through progressive and save on your car insurance which of course will go right into the lawn progressive casualty insurance company affiliates and other insurance discount not available in all states or situations that is the J. flex as a crazy to think about all the things we learned in school that we never use again but what about the really important stuff our classes didn't cover like proper financial No Way Out thank of America has you covered with tips on saving budgeting all the better money help is needed to reach your goal what are you planning for a big purchase or just for your future bank of America is there to.

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02:10 min | 1 year ago

"karen norrington" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"O. shape from the bench the Tribune reports a twelve page order from the board alleges of Shea committed multiple instances of misconduct including providing deceptive testimony to the board as its members investigated him last year police said Shea fired a bullet inside as we know apartment it went through the wall and into his neighbor's apartment the judicial inquiry board also alleges that Shea threaten retaliate against you female courthouse employees were made substantiated claims of sexual harassment against him gentleman newsradio one of five point nine FM it may sometimes seem as if top officials from Chicago in cook county don't get along but in at least they've been cooperating in the area of job development to families recently of involved disagreements between mayor like putting cook County Board president Tony practical over gun violence cases and mass transit but for years the city and county of been happily working together on job training and working to get jobs for people they train and others Karen Norrington reads the CEO of the Chicago cook workforce partnership it was born of at that time your manual and present practicals desire to figure out how to address so many inefficiencies between both sides of the house and also looking at the fact that they were both facing serious budget crises at the time that they both took office we'll talk about the successes and challenges of finding jobs for all types of local residents on our at issue program this weekend and you can hear more Sunday at nine thirty AM at nine thirty PM at city hall creek Delaware newsradio one oh five point nine FM. a lion that had spent years at Lincoln Park zoo has mysteriously died due to cancer assume are was a nine year old lion that was at the Lincoln Park zoo from twenty twelve until we moved in June of this year to the rolling hills insulin to Kansas as part of a breeding program rolling hills executive director Bob Jenkins says it was clear something was wrong with the higher but it didn't appear to be serious we know very little yet basically he was looking a little off didn't seem to be quite himself we brought him into the hospital did a full exam etcetera and basically all whose parameters blood panels everything like that was quite normally seem to recover okay the line's body has been sent experts at Kansas State University for a full examination so harsh two sisters were also transferred from Lincoln Park zoo to the campus.

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"karen norrington" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"karen norrington" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"And on their website the free floating Karcher company announced they will be exiting Austin Calgary Denver and Portland effective October thirty first then leaving Chicago December thirty first two a subscriber in Chicago an email from the company says while we firmly believe that Chicago is well suited for free floating carshare it is a complex market that require significant investment on the part of any mobility provider and that they underestimated what was necessary for their business to be successful here at this time Brandon I sent newsradio one of five point nine FM officials from Chicago in cook county or finding success in a cooperative jobs effort even if their history of working together is a bit spotty County Board president Tony practical mayor Laurie like foot recently met to discuss differences over things like mass transit in criminal justice bond reform but the city and county already get along fine when it comes to job development Karen Norrington res C. E. O. of the Chicago cook workforce partnership says her jointly run agency has been operating smoothly since the days when it was a rom Emanuel and Tony practical who didn't get along they looked at fifty one different potential areas of collaboration they came back with recommendations in nineteen and that this is the one that has really stood the test of time and as. has indoor and has really grown and prospered we'll talk about the successes and challenges of finding jobs for all types of local residents on our at issue program this weekend and you can hear more Sunday at nine thirty AM at nine thirty PM Craig delamar newsradio one oh five point nine FM it was a dramatic day of testimony in Dallas where former police officer amber Geiger has taken the stand in her own defense you start for the murder the fatally shooting both of John and enough and if there's neighborhoods apartment she says she mistook for her own the off duty deputy you at off duty at the time was still in uniform when she fired her service weapon striking you off but he was an intruder he says he opened fire when John started moving toward her. shop.

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