36 Burst results for "Lake Michigan"
Search resumes for body of 15-year-old Chicago boy who fell into Lake Michigan at Diversey Harbor
"Off Chicago's Diversity harbor has entered its fourth day Police. Marine units are now using sonar equipment to find the body of a 15 year old DePaul college prep student who jumped in Monday with three friends. He never resurfaced. Happened during dangerously choppy water conditions with high waves and rip currents. The beaches are closed in Chicago, There was no lifeguard on duty. The mother of Crystal Lakes
Fresh update on "lake michigan" discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News
"Com A group of mothers Marston and Michigan Saturday to support other mothers who have lost loved ones to gun violence. Reporter Blake Keller's with WMD, MTV in 2012. Masson, Marcus Buckley and my nephew Freddy. Rico Harvey June was murdered. Jackie Jones has experienced pain after losing her son and nephew eight years ago to gun violence. But she has come out stronger. On the other end her and other moms march to provide support and strength to other mothers and parents who've lost their Children to gun violence organism. The march in Saginaw hoped to see similar events in other cities. Across the country. Two of Michigan's Great Lakes, so record water levels for the month of July W. W. J. NewsRadio nine fifties Jackie Page has more. Both Lake Huron and Lake Michigan set record high water levels for the month of July, while Lake Superior isn't expected to peak until next month. Lake ST Clair Erie and Ontario also levels drop last month. And while that's good news, the US Army Corps of Engineers says those who live along the shoreline should prepare for similar flooding conditions as last fall this year, All lakes typically CIA drop in water levels in the fall, and that is anticipated this year as well. Jackie Page WWJ NewsRadio, 9 50 We'll take a look at traffic.
Nearly 60 fish types in Chicago waters, up from about 10
"Exciting is now one biologist describes a recent find in a couple of Chicago area Rivers Study of sampling of the Chicago and Calumet Rivers finds new fish nearly 60 different types since the 19 eighties. Justine Gallagher is an associate aquatic biologist with the Metropolitan Water Reclamation district and says part of the credit in the fish boom goes to the park system. The tunnel on the other floor plan, the tunnel collects a lot of storm that was remembering you could play into the waterway that it no longer does and being able to capture all that over past 34 years and definitely benefit everything that was in the water among the fish found in the two rivers. Bluegill, large mouth bass and yellow perch species that don't usually thrive and polluted waters. Is the fish safe to eat, Gallagher says. There are still a lot of fish consumption advisories throughout the state, including Lake Michigan waters, So you'd have to refer to the Illinois Department of Public Health Website to learn more.
Great Lakes temperatures breaking records
"You may have missed it in this extreme news year of twenty, twenty climate changes in the north are happening at a record pace this year the data points record setting one hundred re temperatures in Siberia, Arctic wildfires omitting record greenhouse gas emissions, and the Lowest Arctic Sea ice coverage ever recorded in July. Closer to home water temperatures in the Great Lakes have been running high this summer. Erik. Anderson is with Noah's Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory Eric Welcome to climate cast. Glad to be here. Thanks for having me. Let's talk about Great Lakes water temperatures this year. How warm are they? So. Generally, they're about one to two degrees warmer than what we've seen. We saw spike in early July that race temperatures up. So in Lake Michigan that's. About seventy six degrees. Fahrenheit. Lake Huron slightly cooler around seventy two degrees. Lake Erie getting close to eighty just under eighty maybe about seventy eight and Lake Ontario? Kind of seventy six point five degrees I would say. Let's talk about Lake Superior why is it different than the other Great Lakes? Well, you know generally there's differences just across the Great Lakes from geographic scale of the region. So superior. Is the farthest North Lake I can see dramatically different weather than you see in Lake Erie you're on -Tario. Pursue the southern stretch of Lake Michigan. So that's one factor. It can get slightly different weather, slightly different air temperatures and winds in that region. But another key feature is just the size and the depth of the lake. Because Lake Superior so big in. So deep the cold water that's down below does a tremendous job at keeping the surface. Cool. Even when we have a streak of warm air temperatures like we've seen this summer. What about longer term trends on the Great Lakes seasonally, what trends are you seeing for warmer summer temperatures in the Great Lakes the data that we have on surface water temperatures has shown that summer temperatures in the lakes are all trending upwards. So we see warmer water temperatures over. Roughly the last three decades when we have consistent or even four decades based on temperatures or we have consistent data sets in that's on par with what we see in ocean temperature changes even may be slightly more rapid rates in it sounds small. If I, give you the number typically it's around a a half a degree for decade, but that's actually quite a. Lot of change for these large bodies of water But we're also starting to see from the data that we see rapid warming in the fall in the spring as well, which is a signature that this summer period is really getting longer. It's stretching in both directions. So the shoulder seasons in the spring and fall are are warming up sooner in cooling off later respectively. What will you be watching for for Trans on the Great Lakes and climate in the next few years? Lakes and really lakes in general are a good measure of the impacts of climate change. So they're small enough that they can. Give us a discernible, a clear signal of of climate trends if they exist. But they're large enough that they do have that climate memory. So they're they're not so tiny that responding to every daily fluctuation in whether they had that long term memory part that US to look at long-term trends like what a climate change might Britain. Eric Anderson with Noah's Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory thanks so much for being on climate cast today. Yeah. Thanks for having me.
Lightfoot: No Plans To Reopen Chicago Beaches Anytime Soon
"Chicago beaches won't be opening anytime soon. Mayor Lightfoot says she has no plans to open city beaches. Following a slight uptick in covert 19 cases here is not just about being outside which is in somebody's safer, but it's about congregation we open up the beach is people going flocked to the beaches much harder. To implore social distancing. The mayor also warned against swimming in Lake Michigan. Without lifeguards, presidents, the waves and currents have been especially strong this summer. She also acknowledges that Chicagoans Are going to neighboring Indiana to find beaches there.
Chicago Weather: Severe Storms Approaching
"Center tonight extensive cloudiness Hayes occasional fog along Lake Michigan mile for the season hello fifty six tomorrow a bit of Mixon and Hayes with humidity is rising a shower or two possible in the morning but a chance for thunderstorms in the afternoon heavier storms could produce downpours and if you could be severe we'll see a high of seventy six but only the mid sixties along the lakeshore Sunday partly sunny much warmer more humid a few scattered thunderstorms possible impacting about thirty percent of the area primarily in the warmer hours with a high of eighty
Chicago - Floodwaters continue to close roads in city, suburbs
"The Midwest is drying out after a deluge of rain caused major flooding A. B. C.'s Ryan burl is in Chicago which saw eight inches of rain in six days standing water is blocking roadways and damaging basements three floors of the famed Willis tower are said to be under water the rising Chicago River has flooded lower Wacker drive where I'm standing the Chicago fire department at route six homeless people overnight in fact the rivers gotten so high the metropolitan water reclamation district of greater Chicago has reversed the flow of the Chicago River normally the water flows away from Lake Michigan now it's flowing to the lake to prevent over banks flooding it's the third time they've had to do that over the last five years Ryan burl ABC news
Chicago to see warm weather this weekend
"Neck we're headed for the warmest weekend day we've seen here in Chicago so far in twenty twenty with a mix of sun and clouds chance for passing sprinkle this afternoon look for hive seventy seven degrees with the No Way cooling at least on the Illinois shores of Lake Michigan tonight partly cloudy evening sprinkles possible scattered showers are likely south of Kankakee low tonight of fifty two for tomorrow partly sunny continued mild or sharp temperature drop is possible along the lake front in the evening look for high seventy three Monday partly cloudy much cooler high fifty two Tuesday mostly cloudy chance of showers high fifty two entered Wednesday mostly cloudy could be a morning shower or two and a high of
Bob Feller throws the first and only opening day no-hitter on this day in 1940
"Eighty years ago April sixteenth nineteen forty Bob Feller of the Indians threw a no hitter on opening day Feller struck out eight and walked five in a one to nothing win against the white Sox cool raw cloudy Norway great day with the wind blowing off Lake Michigan is about forty five degrees at the gate beginning at temperature going down my father mother and sister were great with the game and I got on the basis for the second inning I work a lot of that by striking out the batter remains baseball's only opening day no no work of work over there before opening day if there's one on every other day of the year the second day the last day and every other day but the full bring day that no one's ever done through three no hitters during his hall of fame career I am mark Myers
"lake michigan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Halls of Milford high school to the shores of Lake Michigan my next guest played hoops and coached at Valparaiso university he's coached really all over the world now he's doing the color analysis on the radio for the Loyola of Chicago Ramblers the nineteen sixty three NC double a champions it's a pleasure to welcome in my college basketball expert Chris Bartsch Chris what's happenin your brother all man my head is ready to explode looking at all these college basketball games up down all around we're a week away from selection Sunday what a task that selection crew has to do next Sunday yeah I think this year more than any year unite talk throughout the the then that there's just so much parity this year and if they're going to be a lot of teams to get left out that that should be in there and a lot of teams that are in there that shouldn't be in there you know what that is although it's a it's a reason why I think that we should they can be a permanent one extra weekend and have a hundred twenty eight the team to get it but that propelled her another day you know what I wish Chris is that see the bottom you know the doctor the long shots the seeds that are sixteen fifteen fourteen thirty I wish they could almost pull each other like a thirteen of sixteen and then like reseeded and then one could play you know the winner of those games whatever but you know right state of fifteen or N. K. U. of fifteen out of the horizon league bad it's it's it's just tough but if they played a lower seed you know and maybe just get a chance to advance you know I I just kinda wish that might get tweaked if anything would happen in the future well you know it's a great point check and if it's one thing that I would like that money and all it would take word be adding one more weekend one more week of games and however you want to do you could have a regional sites you can have it higher seed has the you know home court advantage but you know just like you say in if if you know you just have the lower seed like you said thank you for having you know sixteen seed you have you know seventeen through thirty two and all of them played some of the first week and then you would get to the final sixty four ten I would give everybody a chance it would still provide great games these are going to be just a lower tier leagues you know your your fifth and sixth place team you're gonna have leagues and conferences like the horizon league what have you know three maybe four or five teams in there which are are well deserving of the Missouri valley conference center where I just came from you know easily there three four five he'd been there that are capable of doing the evidence you don't like to admit and then you know to solve this problem with the power five conferences you know the Indiana getting it did in is you know all these other key that people would say well they're just so much more talented than these other high major detail just give everybody an opportunity yes and does speaking of teams fighting for their lives gosh UC and Xavier no guarantees at all UC bracketology Joe Lynn RD one of the first four out now and if you're hanging on by a thread at eleven possibly playing in Indiana at UT arena up in Dayton so yeah they're just fighting for their lives in tonight senior night for both clubs yeah yeah you know the one thing that the the committee looks for chicken is always consistent so even if you know you're having a great season and you have a couple hiccups date like that better than if you know you're playing a few games and then you have a big win and then you go a couple games and have a couple losses you know and go consistency especially towards the end of the season is always going to get you in or out of the tournament and hello thank you said I mean the the one that beat them haven't explain Indiana at eight you know Archie Miller going back home and that I don't know if you saw him the day after his loss he was just really racking on told RT about a much at all and it just shows you how much it means you know the parliament is just literally in my mind the greatest event and sports worldwide yeah because there's so much desperation there you're losing you're gone its wealth but the finality of it all you know you're you're celebrating getting in and then a couple days later your history well he said that better and it's just amazing you know I I did the loyal of Valpo game thirty dollar copper family and you know talk with my broadcast partner in we talk about these kids they start you know they come back for second place in the summer school they work out every day they're doing practices individual workouts study table on the road all season which is just an absolute fault you played thirty two games and then it comes down to last night the loyal Ramblers had an eighteen point lead and it came down to them making some free throws and they missed a couple free throws in Valpo came down and hit a game winning lay up and all of that all that work for the entire season came down to them just making one or two extra free throw but the margin tween error and success victory and loss is so fine so fine that I think that's what makes it really exciting it is what makes some of the coaches go not to yeah the pressure is just through the roof all players and and the coaches and coaches will say the players a run around with their paycheck and with my paycheck in their mouth man yeah yeah and and I mean when you look into three four million dollars you're like the only guys are like are you most like about Indiana you want to keep that salary coming in may and especially without vehicle Indiana fans are you know that that can go very quickly you know what I talk with an Indiana bred but Indiana fan and what they want over there they want all their players to graduate they want all scholar athletes and the pressure on Archie Miller's tremendous I hope he survives and Indiana fans they don't gotcha the previous regime left them bare and you wanted they wanted all their they want the best athletes they want the best scholars in it's tough to do well either exactly right you got half of the equation down so Indiana fan they want guys that are going to graduate they want people that are gonna play the game the right way and they want kids from Indiana and after Bob knight left they just got further and further away from that and I think with Killeen Archie right now from the finance standpoint you don't necessarily always have to win it Indiana but you just have to play the right way in this offense he's running you know everybody tries to do the space and paid up like that if you have no rhyme or reason to it it has no hello I have no structure whatsoever even though it's supposed to be kind of like a a motion offense and in in their defense they did B. E. L. the Indiana fans are used to guide I've been on for diving in the stand you know but Damon Bailey the Calvert changeable world like what got they just are going to run through a brick wall and you know again you have to do with the Indiana kidz and I think Archie done a great job that he did a lot of the good Indiana chip in there but they're not just they're just not playing in the NFL basketball in it to be honest with you if if party doesn't laugh in the year two here they they just got to bring somebody from India and their just understand that because I you know I've been a lifelong Indiana fan my dad played there and I get sick of the fans I get sick of them saying it you know complaining all this up I would just be happy to get to the point where they bring somebody that has Indiana part of Indiana roots knows what the fans want start coach unit just to shut the plant up yeah yeah how about UC and Xavier tonight senior night a very emotional night and must wins for both clubs against temple and bottler tonight yeah yeah how would you like to have you seen that again the color getting wow yeah yeah you know it's Travis whose I I watch what he does all year and it seems like there's just a constant flow where are the musketeers will play so hard and so together and so did the planned debate they look like they could be of a team that would make a permanent run yes and then also know how to stretch of three or four games where in the dental plan completely goes out the window I don't know if they get ten percent I don't know yeah the the practice who aren't where they need to be but it's just a real lack of consistency in to me when you have a lack of concern to me just a lack of leadership and I don't know if that's coming from the coach's chair or is the players that need to be speaking up aren't speaking up but it's certainly not fair in going to get pulled out Jordan and and poplar who really started the kind of peak at this point you know senior night will give you a good five minutes loose but after that you know it's just back to war and you know the the musketeers if they could get this win tonight would really really help their tournament chances will really help determine the chances and you know I I will be pulled off I think I think Travis good guy you know absolute bearcat boys you for roller coasters do you recall the overtime game you know with all the struggle with Cumberland I think they got the right man in the seat and it didn't seem more I think John Brennan really excelled in the phone to the horizon league at the conference tournament play and I think once they get to toppings condiments but you're really gonna start to see them often and see his coaching blossom as well well how bout that USF games are down thirteen in a win by they were down twelve or thirteen and they win seventy nine to sixty seven win by twelve a twenty five point turnaround unbelievable yeah yeah no I I've always said that you the best coaches make the best in the make the best judgment in the last few minutes of the game or thirteen plate that that the last few minutes of the game and and I think we've definitely seen that program you know last night you.
Dangerous weather causes arctic plunge as rivers rise in 9 states
"This train carrying ethanol de railed in Kentucky this morning morning four hours after a modern rock slide along the tracks that same storm system triggered a mud slide that shut down this West Virginia highway severe storms across nine states because twenty four rivers to flood throughout the south high winds left a trail of destruction in Alabama with twisted metal wrapped around three AM is pretty rough it would just little gust of wind farther north temperatures plunged across the Midwest water mains froze in the morning where it felt like negative thirty five degrees inviting Indiana the winds and waves over the shoreline of Lake Michigan people feel like negative eleven degrees there tomorrow over the next forty eight hours thirty eight million Americans will be at or below zero degrees the temperature not so much the concern here along the Florida panhandle but the swollen rivers are the Apalachicola river is way down there but you can see this road is already impassable and the river is expected to remain above flood stage well into
"Welcome to kiss myths and mysteries. I'm your host kid crumb all this week. We're going to be looking at psychics and mediums and people oh who read your fortunes and so we'll start out with the question. psychics real fraud on a Monday in nineteen ninety ninety. Five the Oprah Winfrey show hosted a psychic Roseanne. Ultra not her real name. The show's audience that day number. Just over two hundred rid. After a brief interview with Oprah the psychic turned to the audience and the questions began typically referred to as fishing or coal whole readings. The questions were brought. Has someone lost a loved one recently a mother or sister or brother recently then then. She pressed several individuals but nothing really clicked out of two hundred individuals. She was only able to make generalities with only a few specifics. Picks in the end she caught one a woman who lost her mother to cancer. It was a moment that odd the audience and struck Oprah silent if you'd like to watch the technique of cold reading without leaving the comfort of your living room checkout the CBS TV. Show the mental EST if ran. I'm from two thousand eight to two thousand fifteen and I'm sure you can catch it on Netflix. It's a story of a father and son Carnival. Act where the sun pretended tended to be psychic when the boy grew up he created a show where he would connect audience members with loved ones who had passed long story short he connected did with a branch of law enforcement and used his knowledge of fishing and coal readings throughout the seven years to show ran to solve crimes crime. I am show plots aside. It's a great example of techniques used by psychics. A few shows back. This podcast covered the effort by famous. Magician magician Harry Houdini to expose psychics and frauds. The professional rarely makes the declaration he or she watches facial responses to specific question. Did someone here lose a son. A Chin wrinkles is glistening with shed. Tears he hones. It's or she hones in. I sense a tragedy. Yes yes rick. Ground the psychic takes a chance with the name was was Frederick Eric on a boat on large body of water. Yes Frederick was on his father's vote on Lake Michigan. You get the idea and you're probably thinking come on on. Who would fall for all that most people? That's who twenty people pay two hundred dollars each filled with expectations -tations Danta room lights slightly dimmed not enough to be noticed but enough to create an atmosphere. Psychic speaks of the nature of death and dying fine. There may be some low music but wait the title. Today's PODCAST psychics reeler fraud. So here's the other side of the coin at the age of thirteen. Thirteen Ruby Lynch witnessed from a hiding place that brutal murder of her parents during the initial search of the house for Clues Little Ruby was found. She was in shock doc fell into a catatonic state for the next decade. She was institutionalized at twenty three she assigned was assigned a new case worker. A woman woman wanted to get closure for Ruby. She sat in a room with her and read out loud. The police report that cited the capture of the murder still Ruby Ruby remained unresponsive. Then the caseworker decided to take her to a psychic that worked out of a building on the edge of town. The psychic was told only that ruby behead witness a brutal murder of her parents no other details upon their arrival ruby and her social worker were ushered into a room with no windows and only one door. There was a small card table three chairs. The walls were bare and there was no ventilation. The Room was well lit though stuffy. The door was closed as soon as they entered the psychic sat rigidly in a straight back chair with no arms from the time. Ruby and the caseworker. Were seated. No one spoke minutes past than the psychic slot forward over the next thirty eight minutes a psychic describe where Ruby had been hidden too the tiniest. Es detail our parents had been murdered and when she straightened up is close. She described three Special Memories Ruby out of her mother baking cookies for Christmas Christmas helping Ruby prepare for elementary talent show and teaching her to use a sewing machine. When the memories were recounted by the psychic kick Ruby began to sob when the psychic recited details of her father teaching her to drive Ruby began to cry rocking forward and back forward and back feeling that this was somehow more than Ruby? Could handle the caseworker ended. The session took Ruby back to the state facility and went to the police department that handle title case. No no one had requested a copy of the case which had long been sealed. The psychic was not known to the cleese and what her name was entered into criminal database. Nothing came up the next day. The caseworker control to the outskirts of town parked in front of the building with a session with skull. No one answered the door and it was determined that the building had been unoccupied and occupied only occasionally for the past ten years and read recently been purchased and was slated to be demolished today at thirty five Ruby. Lunch lives a quiet life alone and works part. Time I'm in a flower. Shop reformer caseworker. Drop spy and now and then to see how she's doing on one visit. She asked Ruby what she remembered about the visit with the Psychic Ruby looked at her with a blank stare then stated that she had no memory of such a visit psychics. reeler fraud. You you decide. All this week will be taking a look at psychics and fortune tellers and mediums. Well today's Today's podcast was produced. Here night all sounds studio all main some places except for the day and data the Oprah Winfrey show have been changed. The case of Ruby Lynch was summarized memorized from a police report.
Lake Michigan erosion has homes crumbling into the water
"Some alarming news today for millions of people who live along the Great Lakes the army corps of engineers says three of the five lakes Michigan Huron and superior broke January records for water levels all that water is now forcing many with waterfront property into a battle to save their homes those ten to fourteen foot waves out here Nick bonds del the director of the Ottawa county Michigan emergency management team noted that the lakes were at or near their lowest point as recently as twenty thirteen nobody has seen how quick and how much property has been lost in such a short amount of time with this type of erosion across
High water wreaks havoc on Great Lakes, swamping communities
"Lakes Michigan and Huron set records for high water levels last year while lake Saint Clair tied the record set back in nineteen eighty six officials say a warmer January has led to greater run off and reduce evaporation process much of the great great lakes that means the lakes are expected to rise to a new record levels over the next six
Anxiety Relapse: What to do when anxiety comes back
"Today we're talking about what you can do when you have an anxiety relapse. Hey Shan before we jump into the episode I was just thinking. It's exactly two months to the day that I will upbeat in England in very close to seeing you in person for the first time and I'm very excited about that. Oh well I didn't realize it was coming up that quick. Wow two months to the day. I'm excited to all right back in back in to the episode this week. We're discussing. What causes setbacks? Sir Relapses on the road to recovery from anxiety. We've been hearing from a lot of you. abouts at backs and relapses so we thought we should dig in and talk about that a bit today so that you have an idea of how to support yourself when anxiety flares up unexpectedly. Yeah I think First thing to be aware of his to pause and take a breath and and have a look at how you life spin for the last two or three weeks maybe even a month when we can see cause and effect act and anxiety doesn't seem so mysterious. Often they feel that they came out of nowhere and that can be really disturbing so have a look and consider after a few things that can cause anxiety to flare up. Setbacks can come from surprising places they can come from nonprescription medications. Sion's I know of people that have had full blown anxiety attacks from cough medicine for example Caffeine maybe caffeine intake crept up alcohol. Aw Recreational Drugs Change Travel. Illness accumulated stress that trip stress that just builds up and takes us over the the edge. Our environment changes in Diet. Changes in the weather and hormonal changes can all be triggers Franks. It so really helpful to just sit down with a pen and a piece of paper. Just look back and see if you can spot some cause-effect and have a look at what you need to do to get back in step with looking after yourself. It's incredibly important to know yourself to know what's going on and to be really present with what's happening in your life because just that presence in just a little bit of time to check in with yourself and say oh no what. Here's some things that were different era. Some things that explain this this and that I can do differently. I can look at differently or handle in a different way than I did this last time and it feels so much more in control. Yeah definitely it makes for a different experience. The worst thing with anxiety is to fill that it's erratic he's just going to flare up and we don't don't know why and then we can easily fill at the mercy of anxiety and then we'll get worried about life. I haven't attack when I'm away from home and these are all things that we can help ourselves with you. Can you learn how to stop an anxiety attack on your way from once you know how to do that. Then you've got the upper hand over anxiety and when those will if thoughts come your responses responses when I know what to write so there's always the opportunity to train yourself actively become anxiety sled train yourself. Try the tools and techniques Knicks. Were sharing or others that you may have found. Whatever appeals to something you could try take action and try and see it as a challenge rather than an emotional Sonam that you're the mostly off? Let's talk about what helps when we find ourselves in relapse I can tell you that my experience the thing that helps me the most is to get grounded as quickly as possible and so that means being at the shores of of Lake Michigan as you know a Nanga that's my that's my place Or being a in the forest in the woods anything that gets me out in grounded in nature helps a great deal and we just mentioned getting to know yourself and and being mindful of what's been happening. I'm being really honest. That of course helps as well but being really gentle with yourself helps and understanding that this too shall pass as we we say so often. Yeah what else I think taking solace from authors of conquered during slighty knowing the others of go through this and I can cantu. What did they do? Look at what they've done and anxiety will tell you nothing works anxiety will tell you this has come back and you're stuck with it which she's frightening but anxieties Eliah so to rice. The challenge and look thoroughly at what other people have done that have got them throngs. It's it breathing and typing walking Yoga Tai Chi taking up crafts really mindfully. All of these things really help. They sound simple but the the not an effective they work their proven to work so have a look have a look at what's helping others have a looker. Maybe there's something that you think. Oh Yeah I've heard about that and I've I've been meaning to try this tapping thing what I give it a go at a lovely message in the group yesterday from a lady that tha damned if d tapping my breathing and it really makes me smile when I read messages like that. You know this proactive gentle approach and then we get messages all the time. Mm from people signed this tapping thing walks tell ping right so rise to the challenge. Be Mindful of your caffeine. Make sure you're eating regular meals that helps. It's make sure your blood sugars steady. Make sure you're hydrated. You decided to try adding some flowers rescue remedy to your drinks for me me. That's the first thing is my hand goes for the rescue remedy and then Breathing tapping a walking all of which can be done at the same time. Yeah
Chicago Weather: Light Snow And Drizzle Reported Around Area
"We have it was a gray and gloomy day and we'll be seeing some flurries tonight some areas could see light snow from time to time tomorrow and Thursday clouds stick around flurries will come and go in a little drizzle or freezing drizzle could be next in near Lake Michigan right now it's thirty two at o'hare thirty in Racine thirty two in Schaumburg and thirty two on Chicago's
Powerful storms kill at least 12 people in the Southeast
"In the south at least twelve people were killed and nine tornadoes reported this weekend CBS's Meg Oliver on a rough rather whether weekend in the southeast the storm left a trail of damage from Texas to Georgia power outages left tens of thousands of people in the dark north fast moving floods near Saginaw Michigan stranded drivers coming soon there are some semi you see the water and in Chicago powerful waves swamp bike paths along Lake Michigan shutting down parts of lake shore drive by contrast temperatures in New York we're in the mid sixties in mid
A Few Surfers Take To Lake Michigan A Day After Winter Storm
"All is calm now but yesterday Lake Michigan pounded the shoreline with wind gusts up to fifty miles an hour and huge waves up to eighteen feet beaches were under water all along the north side and into Evanston where police had to keep surfers out of the chilly water Sean seeking our lives in Rogers park water levels where are the never seen it before so it's just the flooding in the beach erosion and how far it's coming up on the beach higher than I've ever seen and is south shore streets buckled with parts of concrete missing water crept up car doors and there are reports that windows on homes along the lake were blown out due to those pounding waves and
Joe Nevills Interview: A Long Goodbye To Mount Pleasant Meadows
"Joe put together a piece titled Biting the Dust Along Goodbye to mount pleasant meadows. And you can go back and Google it on the pollock report now. It was published on June July twenty second of last year and that is now and eclipse award winning feature and congratulations to Joe Honor. Joe Good morning my friend. Happy to have you onboard here man. Where'd you find that clip throwback I so I started google? I I wanted to come up with something to welcome you to the program. Something Mount Pleasant Meadows related and I started googling race calls at Mount Pleasant Meadows and that was is the only piece that I could find. I'm thankful that you put that together all those years ago. Yeah that was that was Scott Sirnak who actually wrote about in the stories won the eclipse award. The man did everything. He was the announcer. He was the bartender programs from marketing. Director Janitor Even puncher tickets on a slow today the secretary we had to do everything there yet. You know I said this is the top of the show you the peace article that you wrote was so good. It struck a chord for me. Personally I think it did for so many racing fans that have ever fallen in love with the race track. That is no longer there and correct me if I'm wrong. was that kind of the crux in the inspiration for you put this together. It's something that you know. The story took me probably Raleigh about five years to put together from first thoughts to hitting send on it. Just because I knew that I wanted to write something about my pleasant. That was when I closed. Because you know the demand for writing about forces. I mean the the the demand for writing about horse racing in Michigan so low that it's you know someone's going to do something wrong it's pretty much gotTa be me and I knew that I was only got got one shot at this and I needed to make it out so it's something that I've been trying to piece together for a long long time and get the right people to talk to the people that I associated with most with the track who are three people. I talked to for the story and you know. Try to stick the landing because I was only GonNa get one shot at this thing. You know miskin Michigan race tracks have been closing for a very long time. And you're a Michigan native. Why was Mount Pleasant Meadows? The one that was so personal for you. Well there are two reasons one is it was the closest track to me I grew up in town called Edmore Michigan about thirty five minutes from my pleasant. So usually the thoroughbred outposts were either in Detroit or the Detroit area or in Muskegon which is on the coast of Lake Michigan. So this is Kinda my local option. If I just wanted to go play the simulcast or you know just go watch live racing without having to take up. Most of my day month wasn't meadows was my option and you the other one was that it was just very accepting community. It's where my Grandpa taught me to read the racist. Learn the races and you know it was small enough that you got to know everybody because it had to because you know you could. I used to have a joke on twitter that I could go round and high five everyone on the tracks grounds if if I hit a good ticket and so you had to figure out who everybody was you know everybody. And that's something that stuck with me for years after the track is close when you stand stand there and you look at what is the old mount pleasant meadows location. What are some of the things that immediately hit you? I mean you think about some of the people and horses that were out there competing You know mount pleasant was the place where you know. There weren't a whole lot of professional jockeys professional trainers in the sense that this was their job. This was their ways to make a living You know a lot of them were a lot of the jockeys were factory workers or they worked as mechanics next. Had you know the country businesses. What have you you know a lot of other trainers? This was something that you know. They ran their horses on the weekends. Here and if they had a good one they'd go to Pinnacle Race Course a Great Lakes down there but like this. Was You know this. This was the base for them. So I think of those people and it was you know since it's such a small core. The same jockeys are the same group of eight ten jockeys or writing every race. The Same Group of you know twenty or so trainers are sending every horse through everything so I think that and I think the south you know. You played the clip of Scott announcing the races earlier. I think of all the different announcers that they had. I think of you know very specific people in the crowd yelling because you you know you get into a crowd of people have very distinctive voices especially when they're being very loud and you think of you know I think that's the jockeys wife and that's you know certain fan who just lost her. You lost a bet or something and just think of the sights and sounds and you know for me. I think of the smells. There's something that I wrote about in the story how you know. The track had a very particular particular smell when it was going I believe I said it was Plastic seats in the sun cigarettes in the open air and the stuff you find under a chairs. There's boot and it's just you know it's something very particular track that I've always associated with it whether it was actually a good smell or not is to be determined urban but I knew where I was when I was there and that was something that you know. It's association you know that I'm at a place I like and things are going to be all right. There are a few individuals that if you spend time talking with in this in this article and trainer nate funnel is one jockey. Lee Gates is another now many people when I say those names are not gonna any clue who were talking about so tell me a little bit more about those guys. So nate funnel He was born in Colorado. Moved to Oh Michigan when he was teen and he was The came up under trainer named Tony Cunningham. Who was a quarter horse trainer? WHO's actually gone on to do? Very well in Indiana China has been the meat leading trainer there several times and he went out his own in the last few years of track and did pretty well for himself both in the quarter. Horses this is N.. Thoroughbreds and Arabians not plus it had racist for all sorts of different breeds. They also round paints there too and you know it was just a very he. He came to the life of the party. Kinda guy when You know you go over to attract simulcasts at the bar there. As well. He'd always be at the at the bar. You know cracking wise. The people making jokes and just kind of you know he's he'd be the loudest voice in the room and you know he'd do the same out of the race track. It'd be he's the one that would always associate. Let's being somebody who would almost be like a wrestling bill and to the crowd and just sort of like you know John Jacking with people you know like Oh we got. The horse is going to be the favorite right right here. I've got the odd odd that you can do it. He'd always they only got the killer right here and you know he was. He was a big character. He was a big hairdryer. Small track and that really stood stood out pearly gates leave road for his parents primarily Dave and Shirley Gates They wrote on this parents would run on the fair circuit before my pleasant meadows opened and Lee had two riders build so he was the one that got up on the horses when he was in his teens and that just sort of became his thing after that I spent the weeks working at a factory nearby and the entire family lives on. Basically the same stretch of road around Blanchard Michigan. And we're right up on the weekends cans Something kind of interesting about the writing contingent is that the racist would go very quickly on Saturdays and Sundays. It started one. That'd be done by about four so everybody would ride their cards there. And then Grew up with them. We're getting a car together. And drive down to Indiana downs. which is a good five hour drive at least from my blood and they would ride the quarterhorse card there because it would always be the last two or three races on a night card so they leave my pleasant at about four? Drive down to Indiana Indiana downs and ride the horse races. There you know. What ten o'clock at night? Then turn around and come back and ride the Sunday racism applause so now these are people who made their living doing this but it was a hard living doing it to do it all they needed to
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"Lake Michigan this morning authorities were called to the area around ten AM for reports of an unresponsive female of the water a bystander border routes and fire paramedics took over performing CPR now let's bring you the latest on hurricane Dorian which the National Weather Service says is a strong category two with maximum winds of a hundred and five miles per hour hurricane is triggering heavy rains in the hiring high winds on parts of north and South Carolina South Carolina governor Henry McMasters as emergency teams are now working to help get people out of the area storms hitting as I mention George town. and re candies horde then the men of the mandatory evacuation orders and everything else schools and so forth remain in effect the hurricane also appears to be spawning a number of tornadoes in Virginia and the Carolinas a lot of people in the storm's path were faced with a tough choice right in aus protected property or leave one of those people former WBBM reporter Bob Roberts the postal service UPS and FedEx all suspected deliveries my best friend said he hoped I had a pickaxe handy in case I had the accident ordered home through the roof in the end I joined the caravan heading upstate now the uncertainty is what our part but I return in Ridgeway South Carolina Bob Roberts use radio what five point nine and some animals evacuate even hurricane's path are now in Chicago and in search of a good home. say hello to Bruno the kitten is one eighty nine dogs and cats evacuated for myrtle beach South Carolina advance of hurricane Dorian there now in Chicago with the anti cruelty society downtown marketing manager Collette Bradley says the animals were already in shelters so they were homeless down in South Carolina US now they're up here this makes room for the animals in the shelters are in the area of South Carolina to have a place to go after the storm hit once checked in the dogs and cats undergo a veterinary exam after that they have a space at the anti cruelty society of grand lasalle downtown or they're sent to a temporary foster home Bradley says that temporary arrangement sometimes becomes permanency column foster fails which is a sound bad but it's a good thing rob hard use radio one oh five point nine FM activists from the area around Jackson park sure there's momentum for community benefits agreement to prevent residents from being forced out of neighborhoods around the plant a bomb a presidential center the U. I. C. study shows the rents and home prices are rising in the neighborhood.
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"He's a plum. That's a regularly but a locally grown plums so it wasn't shipped across the country and it's just dripping with juice and it's everything that's good about this this season and it makes you really think that you're still in the summer because feels like a summer dash. I'm one of those girls that holds onto summer as long as she i'm. I'm out there swimming until it's snowing well. You've got a pasta here too. You could take this into the winter. I love tomatoes and pasta. 'cause you can do anything well this. This is a wonderful dish because it uses tomatoes in different ways. I have just an onslaught of cherry tomatoes right now. Yellow ones dark red ones bright red ones and what i do is i roast them at a very low temperature for a while until they get just softened. They don't split split open but they almost become candy like this is such a great <hes> technique particularly for kids that say they don't like tomatoes because it's like eating handy handy. They're so sweet and i roasted with a whole head of garlic. I squeeze the garlic out so you have the roasted cherry tomatoes garlic then you boy linguini whatever type of pasta pasta you like and then i chopped fresh tomatoes in as well so you get the tomatoes in two different ways you get the raw juicy fresh and you get these sweet bursting bing cherry tomatoes and of course there's basil and toasted pine nuns buttery buttery. How long does it take to put this together is less than thirty minutes for a real and if you wanted to do it on a week night in new pre roasted the tomatoes and garlic you can put it together in the time it takes to boil pasta and my favorite things you could put pesto in it. You could put go cheese crumbles in it. Listen to rob running away with my recipe improvise improvise. What what do you look for. Kathy and i know that we've talked about this before. It's you don't always have the best selection especially at the supermarket of tomatoes. You like farmers markets or your own garden. I what do you look look for. When you're when you're going to look for a perfect well i look for a tomato that has a bright color whether it's green or pink or red but that it's not just a blush lush of color because usually it's not right. It should feel heavy in your hand and if you're shopping for tomatoes at a supermarket this time of year. You're probably probably making a mistake because the farmers markets are so full of them. I also wanna say my famous roasted tomato sauce room roasted putin esco which has anchovies anchovies and olives go to the farmer's market and ask for seconds these of the slightly bruce tomatoes perfect for making sauce and sheep and i'll say say one thing the famous julia child once told me do not put tomatoes in refrigerator here bruins that esta absolutely chilean new tomatoes refrigerator or no no okay. We've got all these recipes pictures at here now dot org during a resident chef kathy guns. Thanks as always thank you. <music> jeremy hobson around us is here now <music>..
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"Tomatoes. They're delicious. There are so many tomatoes right right now. My garden just keeps producing them to the point where i'm like. Hey i need a break. I need a break but i've just been roasting sauce and making soups and making sandwiches sandwiches and let's just dive right in <hes> making soups. I'm sorry i'm busy. I'm tweeting out a picture of this so that people people when they hear that at main cook because here is just flocked to the radio here now dot org got the pictures what we're talking about here kathy but you've got up tomato soup. This is a really lovely soup. It's a tomato and leek soup sup- excuse me and drizzled in a basil cream and what i did was i heated up just a tiny bit of heavy cream with lots of fresh basil because because that is all being harvested right now to and let it steep into the cream and then strain it so it just looks like cream but it's got this wonderful basil flavor in it and the soup is very straightforward and honestly the best thing about it is you can use all the beautiful tomatoes that are in season right now and you can freeze his soup very successfully for months one of the things i'm not seeing in the soup as opposed to my sue yes. I'm not seeing the skin floating around here. Yes we're doing. I'll tell you what what i did. This is this is a fussy step but very simple you get a pot of water boiling and then you get a bowl of ice cold water. You drop the tomatoes into the boiling rolling water count to ten fifteen seconds. Maybe thirty take them out. Put them right into the ice cold water and the ice water shocks the peel and it kind of starts to come off off on its own and then you pull it out and it's very it's a great trick works really easy and then you just chop those tomatoes and you can use them then for sauce but sup- specifically no peels each just shocks appeal sounds like the name of a band shock the baby what about what about this is that you've got right here. It's a tomato peach on toast it. Is i call it tar teen. You could call it an open face sandwich. <hes> i get really a little bit blue during these times when summer is fading but this open face sandwich makes me so happy it's the end of the summer peaches and plums and tomato nato so i took soft goat cheese could use a soft fed and added time and rosemary and basil chopped into it spread it on a piece of in this case brioche toast and then i put thin thin slices of tomato peach plum tomato peach plum and it is one of the prettiest things that you will see isn't talk about about that well the colors i mean it's it's peaches and plums and tomatoes and it's just the brilliant yellows and reds that regular..
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"Own labeling of them as competent wasn't any protection. I'm going to also add that. One of your findings was that older older employees who were being laid off and told that their skills were out of date within almost immediately brought back as contract workers for lower pay. That's right and look the other thing had to say about this is there are ways to <hes> change your workforce. They may be a little slower than <hes> mass layoff <hes> but they are fair and <hes> as is my co author arianna tobin said in another context. Here's the thing about age. It happens to all of us and so that the person who's thirty or thirty five and saying hey. That's not me that as you said before. It's not you've now but it is you in ten years or five years so you should be interested in fairness here because it's going to come back to bite you if you're not wouldn't i._b._m. Say about these accusations. They say they're very proud of their record of diversity and inclusion and in fact i._b._m. Has a long history of particularly on rays of being liberal and being progressive. What's amazing about this is is that if you look at it the one thing that's left out his age <hes> and look robin. Can i just say one other thing about this. You could think that i._b._m. Was a one off but one of the other projects we tackled was to ask the question why i._b._m. One off or is this widespread and there's really strong long evidence that ages commission dumping out fifty year old. There's an older <hes> is very widespread in the american labor market today and the companies. Maybe maybe saying it's because they want fresher thinking they want more and more there. They may be saying more technologically adept people but is it. What about money. Yes look critique against older. People goes something like this. We cost more because of healthcare and were cognitively diminished diminished. There's something to the fact of people cost more of because of healthcare by the way so do women in their thirties who are having children and we would wouldn't want policy that says if you get pregnant you get dumped and as for cognitive <hes> diminishment. I just think we're working with very very old. Notions of what cognitive ability is we're leaving something like thirty years longer than we were. Generation are generated two generations ago. Oh and we are leaving healthy for thirty years longer and so the critique is old. This is personal for you. You were laid off a few years back. It was a startup. Just your personal understanding of what happens. Well look. This is personal to me. I was laid off. I'm a single father of twins ends and i was laid off in the very week. They started college and i thought i'd be out for a couple of weeks. A couple of months. I was out fifteen months which did nothing in pretty to our finances. The perspective of being both older and laid off and having kids were twenty two and just starting out in the labor market and facing using a world a decade of internships and one year contract gigs is that you get a perspective of what's happening at both ends of the age age spectrum in this united states labor market and what you're watching the fraying of the employer employee relationship which we've counted on to keep the society together certainly during the postwar period well h- just real brief peter gosling i mean is this a time that has passed. I mean one of the things you right about. Propublica is all the ibm are said to you this we were in for life. This is what we thought but is that a delusion. Now i mean that's just not the way the workforce works anymore. It's not the way the workforce works right now. As a society we have to ask if we wanna have this other other different way of <hes> of working where it is all a transactional. It is all temporary. It's all side hustles and i. I think that the answer is if we really imagined what it would be like to have that kind of world. We wouldn't want that kind of world and we wouldn't afford that..
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"I._b._m. Did i think the big finding here is that when you start trying to figure out how many people are affected you got to look closely at was that retirement really voluntary voluntary and knowing what the law requires retirements to be or was it forced on them be forced. Tell us how we couldn't be <hes> involuntary. It's pretty simple i._b._m. Told people who are <hes> fifty five and older many of their older workers who they decided to <hes> to lay off that they were retiring and many of these people many of the people we talked to said no. I'm not retiring. You're laying me off and ibm said no. You're retiring hiring now. That counts for something because another things if you're retiring you don't get unemployment benefits so <hes> people fought this but not successfully well. We'll get to more of the cases as you say it. You just sits on the important. We're not talking about the elderly here. We're talking about people over forty over fifty that's right. I think one of the reasons is important is that people over forty and fifty but younger than for example. My age of late sixties ineffective stranded. We don't have a lot of social safety nets for people who get laid off when they're fifty years old and many of these people end up being out of work for extremely long times and many of them eat through a lot of the retirement tyrant savings the very things that were expected to have for when we do get to be sixty five so that they're they're kind of stranded in the middle. It makes a mess of people's financial lives and under personal lives but also if you're thirty. Let's say or forty and you're listening to this and thinking well. That's not me will it sort of is in ten years so we want to lay the the groundwork here and go to the case in austin. What are the allegations in that case against i._b._m. <hes> the allegations this is a case in the federal district court in austin austin of top level sales person for one of i._b._m.'s products was told <hes> he was resigning prepatory to retirement and he has said <hes> nothing of the sort of that <hes> he was laid off and the hearing tomorrow is about whether or not <hes> i._b._m. C. go johnny remedy can be deposed on this subject. He you cite in your political reporting many of i._b._m.'s own words from confidential documents and and one for instance talks about the company having a strategy to correct seniority mix meaning. They wanted more millennials than active campaign to get millennials just taking taking i._b._m.'s position for a moment if a company feels that we are a technology company and this is a time of changing technology analogy. We want younger people in who are more comfortable with new technology. What is wrong with that well. Let's let's try to things one. One is this issue of being comfortable technology. There are lots of images that the young are better at technology and they may be about certain kinds of technology and they're not about others so there is the we have to watch assumptions about technological capabilities. One of the things that i showed in we showed in this story is that people who i._b._m. Rated as very competent technologically and in doing their jobs were not protected at all from layoff the fact of their competence and i._b._m.'s.
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"Cruise ships from around the world but its tourist industry died situation. The length and breadth of the bahamas is through the hurricane season. You will lead eight free playing a hurricane lottery grand bahama as we speak. It's probably sixty miles long off of it is on the water downtown. Freeport aw is under three feet of water hospitals schools shops hotels. Everything is under the water using duffy managing editor of the tribune the daily national newspaper in the bahamas the largest paper there reminding us the bahamas the length of california eugene. We thank you so much and wish you all the best. Thank you very much. We'll british prime. Minister boris johnson faces a brexit showdown today as parliament reconvenes after a summer break lawmakers are expected to vote on a bill that would stop the united kingdom from leaving the european union without a deal on october thirty first with johnson says he would do there are already indications educations. He may lose that vote. He's lost his one seat majority in parliament with the defection today of a conservative member joining us now is bbc political correspondent rob watson and he's at westminster rob. We hear the protesters behind you but set the scene for us today. How important is this day extremely important dam and i. I would argue that this is one of the most important weeks in british politics since one thousand forty five since the end of the second world war regular listeners will know jeremy that often say that this is the most is profound political crisis. Britain has experienced since the end of the war and what's at stake right. Now i think is first of all the future of brexit they'll be votes on that a bit later we can discuss that it's also about britain's constitutional arrangements who who's going to be governing the country because their wealth may well be a general election action in the all fake and lastly. I think it's about one of the major british potent political parties the conservative party what does its future as it suddenly going to become a sort of right wing pro brexit parts yours at gains remain abroad church. Absolutely everything that you can imagine is at stake had jeremy okay well. Let's talk about what lawmakers are trying to do today some lawmakers they want to make it basically impossible for the prime minister to crash out of the e._u. With no deal on on october thirty first the essentially a coalition. It's been called a sort of rebel alliance liken to star wars. That's been fancifully live but they are a rebel. Alliance of opposition m._p.'s some from the governing conservative party who essentially want to pass a law saying look if the if the u._k. Government hasn't reached an agreement demint the european union about an older -ly brexit by nineteen th of october we would delay brexit until the end of january of twenty twenty cancelled until next year now. It seems most likely that they will they will win. They will win this vote when it comes but then we get the next big question that i mentioned as okay why happens next how boris johnson has said he will not in any circumstances ask for the the european union for delay to brexit and a staffel saying what i would want wants as a snap general action and then the question would become well is he really serious about vines and opposition participate right brilliant. We'll see you there. Yeah well and there's a question about that too. I've been watching over the weekend that jeremy corbyn. The leader of the labour party has sort of been saying yeah okay. Let's have an election but some other people in the labor party say no. We're gonna fall into boris johnson's trap. If we say yes to general election yes that's right for a couple cla reasons so yes. The labor party wants an election but some around the one that boris johnson could say okay. We'll have an election on. Let's say october. The fourteen i think the data that's been mentioned but that event with event changes the date until just after brexit so sort of so brexit what actually happened during an election action campaign and the and the labor party doesn't want that at all and of course some labor politicians have a different problem that problem is jeremy corbyn and night is that they are on the wire. That's if there wasn't election now. The labor party would lose it because mr coleman is polarizing a figure as boris johnson johnson. They are a long long way behind in the opinion polls rob. A lot has to happen just this week because parliament is about to be suspended by the order of the queen on the request of boris johnson..
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"Is a reason some Lake Michigan beaches seem a bit smaller these days like Michigan's water level is higher than average according to the U. S. army corps of engineers the lakes water level has risen about four feet since January twenty thirteen when it was at a record low channel eleven reports because of the rising water and sand erosion some beaches will appear smaller while some of actually gotten significantly smaller such as the dog beach at foster Avenue which had to be closed after it essentially went under water significant erosion is also occurred at oak street beach and northerly island walking past such as the one circling the Adler planetarium will be rendered on a walkable is water washes over the pavement you're Goodis newsradio one of five point nine FM it's only been a few days since the gas type CAC gas tax hike in Illinois but some gas stations are already feeling the effects Raleigh keen owns Keene brothers gas on a hundred and eleventh in the Beverly Morgan park neighborhood and at fifty fifth than central of by midway he says customers are going to Indiana for not only cheaper gas but cheaper cigarettes yes very work it's just going to continue when I go there for gas they grab their other things lottery their cigarettes their beverages and what not we're not only lose in gallons are sold but also our other merchandise that we would sell he says between those two things there's a big difference in the price between Illinois and Indiana WBBM news time at three.
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"On Lake Michigan are leading to smaller beaches the US army corps of engineers says the level of Lake Michigan has risen four feet since twenty thirteen when channel eleven reports it was at its lowest level on record that combined with Xander Russian is made some beaches smaller for example the dog beach in foster Avenue had to close because it was a centrally under water significant erosion is also occurred at oak street beach in northerly island while the walking path around Adler planetarium is threatened by the higher light levels Jim got as newsradio one oh five point nine FM Illinois gas station owners especially near the border are already feeling the pinch after a major hike in fuel prices this week the price of a gallon of gas said keen and sons went from three oh nine to three thirty five overnight and Raleigh keen says his two businesses on Chicago's south sides are already losing business to the border location on a lot of the tall man it's only about a twenty minute drive from Indiana and not you know people have been going there for years and this is just going to continue to push them to continue going to Indiana and keen says while business he is down for now his stations are full service so he hopes that that will keep his loyal customers coming back once the sticker shock eases ace are warning residents about a series of armed robberies since last week in Gresham on the south side in each case a man with a handgun walks up to a victim and takes their property two of the robberies occurred in the eighty eight hundred block of south may St another happened in the eighty nine hundred block of south Racine Avenue WBBM news time one twelve it's a holiday driving weekend so keep it here for instant traffic updates news radio seven eighty and one oh five point nine FM get.
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"Phones to grass Lake Michigan. This is Carol great to have you high. After you. Question. I actually I'd like I would like to address the border crossing incident, and I very much question. What kind of loving, caring? Parents mother would quit your children in harm's way with tear-gas possible injury possibly being trampled. If they were an American citizen, and they did that to their kids. They'd probably be put up on charges of a fuse. And I'm very disgusted that none of the media has pointed that out that is getting what kind of a parent would put their child in harm's way. And I on. I would like to just say merry Christmas to you and your staff and wish you all a safe and happy holiday. Well, I hope the same for you. And we deeply appreciate it. You know, your your question about kind of what kind of mother would subject her child to tear gas and rocks. Let me ask you this. What kind of mother would put her single digit age kids on a train or a flatbed truck? Travel fifteen hundred miles alone from El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras. All the way up through Mexico to the United States border. I mean, the risks and the dangers to six year olds and seven year olds. And yet they do it. I have. No, I don't understand that at all subjected to all these people. No, one has mentioned any of the crimes that have happened. You can't tell me that three to five thousand people that there aren't rate that there aren't sexual abuse going on with you know about. All right..
"lake michigan" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"The Lake Michigan water. Temperature's fifty three in Madison, fifty five degrees. Green Bay fifty one in Waukesha fifty-five, Milwaukee fifty five at Jack pandals whitefish bay. It's fifty eight degrees. John Mercure here Melissa barklay with you on a Friday afternoon. We're at Jack pandals whitefish bay in a historic building a beautiful building with a great menu. We're here till six o'clock isn't this place so old school old school appeals site, grandma's place. And we're also really close to the lake to just not too far. There's a nice place you can walk. You do that. For dinner as well. Walk off some good idea. Also, just down the street here is Craig counsel field. So Craig counsel the manager the brewers is a whitefish bay guy. And I bet he's been here. I bet he's walked through here. His parents are from here. He's been here since he was nine years old. I love that. When I was talking to a response at epic collective o- on Oakland that they were saying his parents stop at here. All the time. It's nice to have that local connection with the brewers. It is super cool. So Jack pandals has been here for over one hundred years. It's one of the oldest restaurants in the area. One hundred years people used to get out the old steamer ships on Lake Michigan. And then walk or take a buggy here to Jack panels a lotta history, and you can still feel that while you're in here. The restaurant is a Milwaukee county landmark one of the few old buildings remaining from that era of one hundred years ago. So we are here until six o'clock come on by toxin brewers with us say Hello, hang out. Maybe grab something to eat before you taken that brewers game before you listen to you on the radio. It's going to be a great evening here. We've. Got a great hour coming up for you on the show. We will give away some money to a very willing charity, a very worthy charity. We do that every time we're on the road that will happen this hour and Wisconsin's afternoon brewers manager Craig counsel is going to be speaking to the press around four thirty. We're going to go live to Miller park and see what he has to say. And Jeff levering brewers broadcaster learning at the knee of legend. Bob euchre, Jeff levering will be with us live coming up at four fifty Greg..
"lake michigan" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"Alligator was found in Lake Michigan, the Lake, Michigan near Joaquin, gin. Okay. Global warming is a motherfucker. Lake, Michigan alligator is not how they're not supposed to be? No, they've gone a four foot long alligator in Michigan. The fuck. I normally do one water. Yes, they'd be in Florida and shit. That's what I say. South Carolina, maybe downhill, maybe North Carolina's lone places. Maybe you get you get into right swampy place. Fucking Michigan. What how did they even get to take a plane. Earn. They have, oh, no. Yes, not every day. Someone reports the allegation Lake, Michigan. The report is true. Authorities said the person who reported to alligator took a video of slowly swimming in the lake near what because you're going to be and showed it to the respondent crews will Keegan police animal control and staff at Larson marine service will call to help remove alligator from the water crews successfully rescued it and transported delegate to the wildlife discovery center and like FARs. Oh, you know what? The president wouldn't fucking pitch. You know how white both like to get alligators and newsies up animals. They're not supposed to have pets. They get to beat and they put him out in the wild. This is a good point. I guess. I don't know about you do that. They legal for read, they'll fuck you up. Yeah, is an animal. Yeah, maybe he's going to put it out, but I mean, was this evolving? It probably does like they Probably probably had had it it when. when it was small, you know, got it through picking up cop out of down his somewhere down south. We was womb put in this car, wrote it up. Dan, was that, oh, this is too much Indiana let it go inside and growing. Or that's all ridiculousness. All right. Let's see what else happened in the news. I would like to talk about how about this Bill Cosby. Was left with a chicken, Patty imprison. Oh, what's happening here? I guess he didn't want any beef..
"lake michigan" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast
"Horizon it's kind of crazy because obviously we're used to oceans and oceans go to the horizon but use go to chicago and you look out on the lake michigan and it's like where's the other end where's the other shorts isn't it's a lake right no great lake so you it's gone it's gonna go the side that's just my little that's interesting anecdote i remember love chicago and i went and visited buteau campus up there at north western but as far as their schedule goes tom talk about football show as far as the schedule goes they're going to be scrappy team i like northwestern they had a good season last year they got a good coach up there with the good program with a good with a little you know call it a culture there at northwestern and obviously this guys who are very very good school too michigan's skin's very high really good academic school as well but north western's private economic school that is known for i mean they pump out journalists and left and right but you know looking at their football schedule so they do they play nebraska at home they played notre dame at home it's ready to put in order to wisconsin so yeah they're gonna be wisconsin road game is emmy is gonna make that tough hopefully make the tough wisconsin they go to michigan say the michigan does come to them so michigan and wisconsin watch out that could be a definite road bump for you if you win you have to go up to and to north western mean look at this washers constan goes there october twenty seventh you think it's cold october twenty seven is gonna be cold and michigan northwestern goes there november third so yeah cold cold cold cold all right going back to the power rankings here as we i want to get at least the big ten done here because i mean bec tennis have fourteen teams in the big twelve only has only has eight actually or ten and so the acs fourteen so okay number five number five four six was northwestern iowa number seven i think that's now this is only gone three teams now in western division i ended up being team that poked pokes themselves out in twenty eight team because they're they're gonna be i will i will be kinda think is there going to be underwhelming but they're still gonna win about your games because they're scheduled so darn easy as literally they have nobody schedule nobody in this joel and they have some good players they got nate stanley the guy no no afonso tight end so they got some talent on that team they can win a bunch of games 'cause they're playing anybody this year so it number seven eighths nebraska they got a tough schedule obviously they got a gauntlet to run this year with scott frost threw for a season so we'll see how that works out at eight number nine indiana as they got some talent on there but brennan docklands coming over from arizona transferring a quarterback so maybe mix them make some waves down there in bloomington you never know who's your who's your land concern into football and pretty soon at number ten is purdue i mean the back end of the big ten is kind of a soft you have a really tough top end this and then you have pretty number ten maryland and number eleven minnesota twelve ruckers at thirteen and illinois fourteen i mean those teams might combine for like a handful of wins total so i mean we'll leave it at that those teams i mean we'll see if it can get some turnover culpable it's tough it's tough when you're you are a story franchise like michigan ohio state's tough to unseat it's tough to for the little guys to get up there i know illinois they have lovey smith this is a guy who's been to a super bowl coach coach the bears super bowl and he's down there maybe he can get that defensive culture instilled there and they can win some games and surprise us all from fighting align i i know i down there in champaign yep that's where there it's called campaign that's where the campuses they're anoint all right so now that's the big ten so let's go to the as they have fourteen teams acc i mean come on the clemson is the bell of the ball in the acc they have been for the last few years they got shawn watson get dabo sweeney the thing is those.
"lake michigan" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Don't like them admittedly this is traumatic result for them it's a traumatic result for many republicans who can't handle it still that's the thing that's driven this in the beginning they couldn't win the election and other trying to stop but they think to be a travesty from occurring outside the electoral process let me get a little weather pike sixes tom walks periods of showers and thunderstorms tonight heavy rain is possible low fifty eight we've had this situation all day was heavy thick fog along the lakefront that's ruled in and out depending on whether or not the winds are coming from the east or not and tonight variable winds and that's why you're gonna see the temperature again kind of bounce around a little bit but that's thick dense fog that was still kind of really hazy opined our studios and along the lakefront very very chilly and the temperatures and bouncing around all over the place when the breeze comes off the lake a little bit the temperature drops and so on and this has been going on really all the way down to chicago a very kind of gray crappy weather along the lakefront and so on but otherwise muggy here it's very saturated here with all this stuff out there so heavy rain is possible again through this has been a lot of rain over the last few days is you know for tomorrow morning thunderstorms clearing later in the day where we had earlier hopes that tomorrow it'd be at the seventy that's not going to happen because the winds are going to be out of the northeast five to fifteen should stay in the sixties we're hopeful now for for wednesday wednesdays forecast partly sunny with a high of seventy five tuesday partly sunny seventy eight friday partly sunny seventy six do expect near lake michigan all through this period temperatures to be cooler so long as we have easterly winds and significantly cooler as well that's going to be the case into the lake warms up even knowing the milwaukee charlotte skill only in the forties that water temperature which is very cold this late in the season.
"lake michigan" Discussed on WRLR 98.3 FM
"Bat or the golf club or whatever in swing through it it only goes through the bad it goes to your arms it goes through your whole body is coal and nobody really wants to be out there i know the state regulates you know certain temperatures to be playing but the thing is if you want to get the games in new miles that give it a try because if it's not snowing or raining in the fields are in good shape take advantage of it yeah but like i said i don't think we've had a nice march in probably a decade it seems like every march if the same yeah i don't know it's rusty weather and this week it's we're going to get out of the forties this week so you know that's a good point i think we've been better false that we've had springs in a number of years now you gotta remember we're still annoy we got lake michigan wasn't that wind comes off for wake and lake water temperatures in the thirties it takes time to warm up and we're going to have that showing fats and it's just gonna be around i hate to say it sometimes to abrar and even bay i mean we don't get a chance to warm up and it would be nice to see a nice full reg spring around here that's normal i know what two thousand twelve at one up early two thousand sixteen roof a couple years ago we did have a little bit of a warm up but it would be nice to have a gradual you know time to spring so we can get all these sports it causes i'll tell you one thing i'll throw this out e dis athletic director secretary what they go through in this spring there's fourteen sports and they have to keep you know basically intact here and all the changes and all the cancellations the bosses and scheduling and all that i don't know how they do i don't know how they do go in and pat them on the back because they do great job.
"lake michigan" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The lakefront the barometers on the rise winds out of the southwest at twenty lake michigan water temperature is 33 i'm rob are in the wgn news room ready to join the conversation live whenever his story changes on chicago's very own seven twenty wgn welcome back to download here some twenty wgn until sakaf mark lazarus in studio tonight's he is the beat writer from sometimes blackhawks if these walls could talk stories from chicago blackhawks ice locker room and pressbox his new book congratulations on this as a beat writer it's got be exciting to be able to have an avenue like this a platform is opposed to having to give us everything that happened on on the ice the 900 wolf at the same time a little bit much less while less all all winter but yeah i mean that's i've always wanted to write a book because you know i love the newspaper a magical it or what have you celtic nine years old but it's limiting especially and i worked for a tabloid there's only so much space on the tabloid page and you get bogged down sometimes the nuts and bolts and you have to write about oh there's a roster move here and someone have moved up to the second and third line whatever you have to get into all that nuts and bolts stuff which is good fans want that it's an important service but you rarely get to release stretcher legs as a writer doing that and i've always fancied myself like a magazine writer anna these newspaper writers bonnet year sorry adapted add social media is well i follow you and twitter is the place to find you and your prolific and you're all over there how has the blackhawks facefull been this season with the early rfi i was gonna say it with the early exits in the last two years you still talking about team that debts at new england patriots level where they won three in three in seven or whatever it's been now but how are they responding to the fact that this team has not dominant well i think we have to or is it to clarify this the people on twitter are not necessarily representative of the entirety of the always equate it to the fox news.