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"latricia mae" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

04:28 min | 4 months ago

"latricia mae" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"One southern state could be pivotal for both campaigns next Tuesday. WCBM BUSINESS Walter Stocks are weaker at the Open as tech stocks slide The Dow industrial average down 126 NASDAQ Down 92. SNP has lost 17 points Sonny Chilly day today High just 45 56 on Saturday, but Sunday's high just 38 32 now going up to 45 today, this portion of the news sponsored by Metra Wcbm news time. 8 31 With stricter pandemic restrictions in place around illinoisgovernor Pritzker is urging small businesses to take advantage of new financial aid. W BB EMS Rachel Pearson report. $94 million has been awarded to roughly 1200, small businesses and local governments across the state. It's part of the second round of business interruption, grants or big, which governor Pritzker says will help offset the financial impact of covert 19. It's an exceptionally hard time, but we hope these grants are Able to keep these businesses going. Latricia Mae says It's a much needed lifeline for her small business. L'm a creations on the West Side. The big program has allowed me to be able to continue to pay my employees. But most importantly, it's allowed me to keep my business doors open for my community. Applications are still open for the big program and the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity Reports. There's still hundreds of millions of dollars left to give. Rachel Pearson NewsRadio 105.9 FM. More than three dozen Restaurants and Mackenzie County or filing suit, never to block the statement. Eloise ban on indoor dining, The Daily Herald reports. The business owners maintain they can't afford another two week partial shutdown. And the governor. Pritzker's emergency powers expired back on April, 11th will be keeping a close eye on the story when he goes before a judge of 10 this morning. A restaurant owner in Kane County has won a similar case. Supermarket employees are among those who are at an increased risk of covert 19 exposure. CBS is Naomi Rackham, with more research on how covert 19 impacts grocery store workers. Finds 76% who tested positive had no symptoms, Researchers say wants essential workers are infected, they may become a significant transmission source in the community. The analysis is published in the journal Occupational and Environmental Medicine at 8 33. Latest in a serious of paintball shooting in Chicago happened in the downtown area last night. Chicago police say a 33 year old man was hit all over his body with paintballs late last night in the 400 block of East Illinois Street. He had bruising to his left hand but declined medical treatment. The sometimes reports there have been more than 200 paintball attacks in the city in September and October, with most of them happening on the South and West sides. University of Chicago Medical Center in Northwestern Memorial Hospital have treated some of the victims. One Northwestern doctor tells sometimes to paintball victims permanently lost vision in at least one eye recently. Bernie to Boy NewsRadio one or 5.9. FM Police Superintendent David Brown is asked about issues including staffing, mental diversity and violence. He was asked about those during a City Council budget meeting. During the day long budget hearing, an alderman asked Police Superintendent David Brown what plans the city has in case there's trouble leading up to Election Day and afterwards. Brown says the plans are comprehensive and they are effective today. It's a very comprehensive all his own deck approach that includes multiple city departments. It includes the emergency operations center. Being open. It includes the incident command structure using the nationalist management system. It includes castling days off for specified groups. Mayor life what is expected to have more to say later today. Craig Dolla MORE news radio 105.9 FM in presidential politics this morning, President Trump Challenger Joe Biden are making their final appeals to voters. Larry Sabato, director of the Center for Politics at the University of Virginia, talks about one of the key state Biden It isn't that he has to win Florida. It's that he wants to keep it competitive to keep Trump tied down. And he knows that if he can eke out a victory in Florida, he doesn't have to worry all night for a week or all month. There all the way to January. 20th. Today's campaign itinerary includes stops in Wisconsin and Minnesota. For both candidates, A rapper is expressing his support for President Trump. Lil Wayne is getting a large amount of backlash on social media into.

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"latricia mae" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

04:04 min | 4 months ago

"latricia mae" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Our top local story on NewsRadio W. BBM, A man was shot with a paintball gun in Streeterville. Last night. The 33 year old was on the sidewalk around 10 20 in the 400 block of East Illinois when he says he started feeling something striking him all over his body. Police say he'd been hit by several paintballs and was bruised. This is the latest in a Siri's of paintball attacks in Chicago over the past two months, Chicago's top cop sent through his first City Council budget hearing. Taking questions about staffing gun violence and taking over a police department in the midst of a pandemic. Ultimate asked police Superintendent David Brown about everything from manpower to mental health during his department stay long budget hearing. So of course, there were questions about how the new top cop would combat gun violence. Brown says Officers will keep seizing guns maybe 10,000 plus this year. And going after the shooters. It's a bit of a revolving door. Given some of the outcomes. We see some of the same characters coming right back out and illegally possessing guns, But we haven't been deterred. From that catch and release policy that apparently is happening in the courts. And Brown agrees with those who say there should be more community based antiviolence efforts. The police, he says, can't do it alone. Craig Della more news radio 105.9 FM, the governor urging small business owners to take advantage of state financial help as he moves more bars and restaurants away from Indore. Dining and drinking $94 million has been awarded to roughly 1200, small businesses and local governments across the state. Wait. It's part of the second round of business interruption, grants or big, which governor Pritzker says will help offset the financial impact of covert 19. It's an exceptionally hard time, but we hope these grants are able to keep these businesses going, Latricia Mae says. It's a much needed lifeline for her small business. L'm a creations on the West Side. The big program has allowed me to be able to continue to pay my employees. But most importantly, it's allowed me to keep my business doors open for my community. Applications are still open for the Big program and the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity Reports. There's still hundreds of millions of dollars left to give Rachel Pearson NewsRadio 105.9 FM Chicago Public League has indefinitely postponed basketball and wrestling because of the pandemic. This comes as the NSA announced it plans to move forward with basketball this winter. Chicago public schools says the sports will be moved to next spring or summer. CPS says competitive cheerleading and dance girls and boys bowling and boys swimming and diving are currently scheduled to move forward this winter. Because they are deemed low risk. W BBM NEWS time. Five away traffic and weather together on the eight sponsored by the ex surgeon twice daily thermometer. We say good morning to both Iran Well, Good morning. Cisco this Friday morning Drive is looking pretty good for the most part across our expressways and toys. We do have one trouble spot That's in northwest Indiana, where the North bound I 65 ramp. To eastbound 80 94 is closed because of overnight road work, so the ramp is blocked until seven o'clock with his overnight work. In the meantime, they're opposed to detours may just want to accident Ridge Road had east to Hobart road. You can take that north. It turns into Ripley to get up to 80 94 eastbound and continue anyway. On the toll road or eastbound 94 towards Michigan City on the South bound side of I 65 no problems and, by the way, getting from North and 65 to westbound 80 94. You're all good. That ramp is open for you on the rest of the Indiana expressways. 80 90 for the toll road, And I 90 for Northwest Indiana, all looking pretty good on the Illinois side of the state line. No worries on the NHS or the Kennedy so far this morning. The Eisenhower's all clear the Stevenson's looking great. The Dan Ryan is a delay free 15 minutes from 95th in the downtown it back on. I 57 on the Bishop Ford. You're all good. Lake Shore Drive is problem free north and south. That's in spite of the fact that you have bridge maintenance work, taking out a couple of lanes on the bridge over the Chicago River, both north and south bound. Two lanes remain closed until later on this afternoon on the Illinois tollway system, the tristate Adam's Reagan and 3 55 are all good. Ron 53 is clear in the Northwest suburbs eighties, looking good in Joliet as well. Next traffic report 5, 18, NewsRadio, 78 and 15.

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