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Chicago Partners With 31 Community Organizations For Contact Tracing Efforts
"Chicago Mayor Laurie Lightfoot's his community organizations have started hiring Cove in 19 contract contact tracers for a new core program. The core will work hand in glove with a resource coordination hub to refer diagnosis visuals. And those that they they've sustained contact with two testing, treatment and other resource is, she says about 100. People have been offered jobs with another 500 to be hired at a rate of between 20 and $24 an hour
Protesters gather in front of Mayor Lightfoot’s Chicago home
"Christopher Columbus. Statues were removed from Chicago Parks early this morning. The mayor's office says the statues were removed because they become unsafe. By becoming such a flashpoint. There was another statue that was removed in a Rego Park in a part of town called Little Italy. The information about the removal started leaking as protesters were surrounding Mayor Laurie Lightfoot's house. In Rogers Park. Now aldermen are angry because they say the mayor capitulated to the angry mob rewarded rioters and did not Luke the aldermen in now. The statue in Grant Park was the site of a riot last week in which riders attacked police with frozen water bottles. PVC pipes sharpening spears boxes. Mike Tobin,
"laurie lightfoot" Discussed on AP News
"General William Barr spokeswoman says he has no plans to resign but that's not what we're hearing a source in the administration tells the AP that Attorney General William Barr after president trumpet nor his warning about interfering with the justice department and being under pressure from Democrats to call him the president's personal lawyer is considering his resignation trump has tweeted he has the legal right to intervene in criminal cases add his confidante Roger stone should get a new trial after being found guilty of witness tampering and other charges to McGuire Washington former Illinois governor rod Blagojevich is out of prison in planning a news conference today his sentence for trying to sell a Senate seat and shake down a children's hospital commuted by president trump Chicago mayor Laurie Lightfoot is not happy president trump is probably the least credible person to make this decision given that what he's done over and over again to fund his nose at one of the core principles of our democracy is that the road no one is above the law and not him the president's able go if it's his prison sentence was too long the president also showed mercy to what others including financier Michael Milken who pleaded guilty to violating security laws and former New York police commissioner Bernie characters Sir just over three years for tax fraud and lying to the White House tonight Smike Bloomberg's W. won the debate stage is a twenty twenty democratic presidential candidate the debate is in Las Vegas tonight the spread of the corona virus in China is slowing down we're hearing but more than two thousand people have now died from the virus in China meanwhile hundreds of passengers began leaving the diamond princess cruise ship off the coast of Japan this morning after a two week quarantine that failed to stop the spread of the virus this is a P. news we know now how a missing six year old South Carolina girl died Faye Marie sweat like was last seen playing in her front yard after getting off the school bus just hours after she was kidnapped the girl was dead the calls of face death has been realistic C. ation corner Margaret Fisher says a neighbor Cody Taylor killed himself after the six year old's body was found police T. Byron snow grow says DNA links tailored to this case evidence leads us to believe that the deceased ducted and killed six zero fe Marie sweat look and it appears that he is the sole perpetrator of this crime Taylor had no criminal record Snell grow didn't talk about white Taylor would have kidnapped the girl I'm a Donahue authorities in the Philippines called reporters during news conference and presented an American woman charged with trying to smuggle a six day old baby out of the country Jennifer Talbot is from Utah I'm ready to fall lady AP news more news right after this thank you for listening to.
11 Children Wounded In Weekend Shootings In Chicago
"An insane number of people are still getting shot in Chicago at least twenty five over the weekend three people were killed eleven of the victims were children so were some of the perpetrators including a seven year old girl who shot an eleven year old boy Chicago mayor Laurie Lightfoot's been struggling to do something about all the shootings she ordered certain neighborhoods flooded with cops last fourth of July weekend but sixty three people were shot
Lightfoot urged to pull the plug on facial recognition technology
"Rights clear view a I'd tells WGN they only search for images that are in the public domain unlawfully gathered they say from platforms like YouTube or Facebook but critics say the technology violates constitutional rights and further more they say Chicago mayor Laurie Lightfoot during her campaign promise the community that she carefully examine this controversial issue that's WGN's Julian
Chicago amnesty program relieves almost 12,000 city sticker scofflaws of $11.5 million in fines
"I like to give merry Christmas to Laurie Lightfoot four and whoever else was involved in helping out Chicago motorists who relieved of eleven and a half million in outstanding tickets for not having their city stickers everybody knows the city sticker is a completely unnecessary thing why do I need a sticker don't I pay enough taxes around her I really need a sticker on my car some people forget that you know you forget the sticker then you get the ticket then the double the ticket and turns into a nightmare and most times these are individuals who you know are are are coming at you can't afford it more than three thousand residents but the new short term sticker the first month that it was available and the amnesty process a lot of vehicle owners to purchase a new city sticker without any fines and so the city in rather than penalizing a lot of people who couldn't afford it they say here if you can step up and you can buy this sticker we will take away your debt eleven a half million that is a nice Christmas beautiful thing that lower life within the city of Chicago did for all of us thank you Lori thank you
13 shot at Chicago memorial party for gunshot victim
"Police in Chicago continue to investigate that shooting at a house party that left a lot of people wounded we have at this time thirteen victims ranging in age from sixteen about forty eight years old we have all four of them are critical of the others are stable on with with different in various gunshot wounds to their to their bodies officer friend Waller with the Chicago PD mayor Laurie Lightfoot urged witnesses to come forward to the victims inside specifically said to me I just want to know who did this I want to make sure they're brought to justice and that is a commitment that we are making the party was following a memorial for someone who was killed back in the spring it would have been his birthday the gunfire started just before one in the morning to people are being questioned one was arrested with a weapon the other was
"laurie lightfoot" Discussed on KCRW
"Is more like here I bake those cookies I know you like there's a book I just finished reading I thought you might enjoy reading it next I made a donation in your name to public radio next to the mall three two stories told before a live audience I'm Sarah Austin genet in this hour unexpected gift in December flying can a trip to Thailand and it's awful box of hair to show you care about the Harry and David catalogue open on the couch and in retrospect I can see why that was a bad choice because it doesn't look like the gift you give a girlfriend it looks like the gift you give a client it doesn't say Happy Birthday sweetie it says thank you for trusting Wachovia with your four oh one K. that story and more coming up next on the moth radio hour from PRX right after this live from NPR news in Washington I'm Barbara Klein Chicago police are searching for suspects who opened fire at a party overnight and shot thirteen people for our critically injured police are also trying to determine a motive NPR's Bracton Booker reports Chicago mayor Laurie like foot calls the shooting a tragedy and an incredible act of cowardice we see at least two people started shooting at a party just after midnight Sunday mayor Laurie Lightfoot visited some of those recovering at a local hospital and she made a plea to anyone who can help police people in that in that house.
"laurie lightfoot" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Welcome mayor Laurie Lightfoot and mayor Pete to judge thank you all so much it appears there for a public forum in Q. and a with democratic presidential candidate down south been mayor Pete booted judge it's part of the so called local American presidential forum in Waterloo we'll have more on that in our next report first Orland park police are working to enhance surveillance video for more than a dozen cameras near the scene of Wednesday's fatal hit and run sixty one year old Margaret roan lately Hey died from her injuries she was a teacher this team is a student at Orland park St Michael school she was always a smiling always willing to help somebody out I was just the kind of person to us to leave his friend and fellow teacher Elizabeth caustic and was also hit she survived anyone with information is asked to contact Orland park police the maker of CTA's el train cars has been named in a child labor report WGN's James Sears the report said children as young as four from poor families in Madagascar are mining for mica it's a mineral used in cosmetics electronics and other products that ends up being goods sold by companies such as C. R. C. C. a Chinese government owned a car real company its US subsidiary has a ten year one point three billion dollar contract to build up to a eight hundred forty six L. cars for the CTA in a statement a Chicago company spokesman said it prohibits child labor and most of the L. car components come from the U. S. James Sears WGN news seeing a surge of flu cases in the southern United States Illinois public health director in Ghazi Izzy Kay says flu season hasn't ship picked up locally it's picking up we definitely are getting activity throughout the state this is typically not the peak quite yet so it's still too early to see what the what the entire flu season is going to have in store for us he says you can still get your flu shot it takes a few weeks for the vaccine to be fully effective J. Jordy has resigned as president of the city club of Chicago he left his position at comment a month over a month ago over a federal investigation into comments lobbying and Springfield city club chairman Edward maser tells the WGN Doherty didn't want the investigation impacting the club's ability to get speakers and there were concerns expressed by members we will continue with our mission of being the premier public affairs forum in the city of Chicago state of Illinois user says the city club of Chicago is not part of the federal investigation learning more about burrs safety record the company released a report showing about three out of every ten thousand rides over the past two years resulted in what it calls a critical safety incident that includes two hundred thirty five cases of alleged rapes and three thousand cases of other alleged sexual salts and the Olsens visiting Chicago from Kansas city he spoke with WGN I.
"laurie lightfoot" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Chicago mayor Laurie Lightfoot fired police superintendent Eddie Johnson he was technically is still a lieutenant with the department mayor's office is now issued a statement confirming the Johnson has retired from his career service rank and is no longer employed by the Chicago police department in the meantime there's word that the city inspector general is investigating and numerous other department employees for attempting to cover up Johnson's condition on the night of October sixteenth the bar where the former superintendent was reportedly drinking before he was found asleep in his police car has a reputation as W. B. B. M.'s Nancy hardy explains the series cafe is known for strong drinks online reviews of the bar in the lobby of the board of trade building talk of glasses full of liquor and ice with an unopened can of mixer served on the side it should be in quotes a trader is saying two or three drinks at series will get anyone in trouble the paper says the inspector general has video of Eddie Johnson drinking with a woman on his security detail for a couple of hours at the bar as it investigates the incident where the then superintendent was not given a sobriety tests before being allowed to drive himself home ANSI hearty newsradio one oh five point nine FM to Chicago police officers seen on a video of now been relieved of their police powers pending an investigation by the civilian office of police accountability one officer is seen body slamming twenty nine year old Bernard courage to the street after police say your courage resisted arrest on a public drinking charge double E. M. news time eleven oh eight and time for the latest in traffic.
Police chief Eddie Johnson fired after 'intolerable lies'
"Mayor Laurie Lightfoot fired retiring police superintendent Eddie Johnson she cited ethical lapses including lies about a recent incident in which Johnson was sound asleep at the wheel of his car after having drinks and Johnson intentionally lied to me several times even when I challenged him about the narrative that you shared with me he maintained that he was telling the truth I now know definitively that he was not
Chicago opens investigation after viral video shows officer body-slamming man to ground
"Mayor Lightfoot says the viral video of a Chicago police officer throwing a man to the ground is very disturbing and investigation is now under way after Chicago police officer hurled Amanda the pavement for allegedly spitting on him during an arrest the entire incident was caught on video mayor Laurie Lightfoot tweeted while a single video does not depict the entirety of the interactions between the police and the individual this particular video is very disturbing police say the body slam was an emergency take down in response to the spending civilian office of police accountability is overseeing the investigation and asking anyone with third party video to
Chicago cop shot in head during 'gun battle' with bank robbery suspect
"A Chicago police officer is in the hospital right now seriously wounded after being shot in the head the forty six old officer was wounded after responding to a vehicle pursuit involving a bank robbery suspect Chicago mayor Laurie Lightfoot I answered all Chicagoans continue praying for this officer for the entire Chicago police department family first responders and law enforcement officials who work hard every single day and night to selflessly served our residence in our communities after the pursuit the suspect entered a music store where he was fatally shot but a fifteen year old who was taking piano lessons inside was also shot he is also recovering and
"laurie lightfoot" Discussed on WTVN
"Laurie Lightfoot announcing the deal calling it the right thing nobody wins in a circumstance like this we put a historic deal on the table we've done I think very good things for teachers our staff and for students but I don't think about this for me winds from the personal agreement comes after the city and teachers union agreed to make up five of the eleven lost school days and the day before the striking teachers were going to lose their health coverage General Motors recalling six hundred thousand twenty fourteen through eighteen Chevy Silverado fifteen hundred and GMC Sierra fifteen hundreds and Chevy suburbans Tahoe's and GMC Yukon from twenty fifteen through twenty twenty model years they have to fix a software error at the dealership that can activate the brakes an advert in life you're listening to ABC news an update tonight on the special in that one area man who had claimed to have been a missing child a ruling now in federal court in Cincinnati in a Cincinnati federal courtroom Thursday a judge ruled twenty four year old Brian Rini competent to stand trial on charges of lying to the FBI and aggravated identity theft he was charged with those crimes after prosecutors say that he pretended to be an underage teen who had been missing for years from Illinois police say Brian Rini is actually from Madonna Ohio and has a history of lying about being the victim of sexual assault that's what he told officers in Newport Kentucky when he said that he was Timothy pits in this past April trial now set for January Jack Crumley reporting from Cincinnati some encouraging news tonight about a corporate giant it's been considering a move out of northeast Ohio sure when Williams a fixture in Cleveland for more than one hundred and fifty years we'll stay in northeast Ohio according to Cleveland dot com it reports the company is considering seven sites in the area for its global headquarters and research center six of the city and one of the suburbs Joe Roman of the greater Cleveland partnership gives his cautiously optimistic analysis sure when wham is it really does end up finding a competitive site here in Cleveland but I don't think we should be celebrating until we actually make sure the deal is done the pain China plays about five thousand in the area paying about fifteen million dollars in taxes to the city of Cleveland that's Vic Gideon reporting from Cleveland a new hotel as part of a proposed expansion at Miami valley gaming and racing north of Cincinnati the racino plans a one hundred million dollar project that includes a nearly two hundred room hotel parking garage and a new restaurant more space will be added to the gaming floor with the addition of two hundred and fifty slot machines hi Matt Rees of course a major stone they use what's called a proprietary hydrostatic port it's just a fancy way to say water will simply evaporate edited habits the growth of mold and mildew a healthier more beautiful floor Russian Mike gave me a special deal for my listeners if you buy today and get installed in the month of November you'll receive an additional two hundred two dollars off in like my friend Mike says.
Chicago teachers' strike ends after 15 days
"And the Chicago teachers union has reached a deal with the school board ending a fifteen day labor strike WGN's rhyme borough has that the teachers union and mayor agreeing Thursday to make up five of the eleven school days lost during the strike it was the last piece of a complicated contract agreement that included pumps and pay for teachers more support staff and smaller class sizes but mayor Laurie Lightfoot said
Chicago teachers' strike ends after 11 days of canceled classes
"News Chicago public school students will be returning to their classrooms tomorrow after the end of a teacher strike Chicago mayor Laurie Lightfoot announce the city had worked out a deal with the Chicago teachers union to end the strike the costumes eleven days of
Chicago teachers to remain on strike, classes canceled for eleventh day
"Chicago public schools canceling school again for the morning after Chicago teachers union representatives voted to accept a tentative agreement but would not go back to work without the lost days made up our delegates told us in no uncertain terms we were not going back to work unless there is a provision made for making up instructional days that have been lost over the last ten days mayor Laurie Lightfoot though repeating what she has said before that the teachers will not be getting those make up days back
"laurie lightfoot" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Veal who the whistle blower is but the colonel insists that he is not the whistle blower and says he does not know who that person is A. B. C.'s merry Bruce the house votes Thursday to authorize the ongoing impeachment probe the White House still calling it a sham when a spokesperson Stephanie Grisham the Democrats impeachment road map resolution still it's chairman Adam Schiff hold new hearings without any due process for the president but in fact the democratic proposal does give the president and his lawyers a chance to testify and Republicans the right to call witnesses with the chairman's concern A. B. C.'s Andy field a judge in Pittsburgh struck down gun restrictions imposed by the city council after last year's tree of life synagogue massacre the judge noting the Pennsylvania law forbids municipalities from regulating firearms no end in strike or no end to the strike by teachers against Chicago public schools the unions delegates met Tuesday night but broke up with no word of any deal union political director's Stacey Davis gates do you want a copy in your school or do you want a counselor in your school do you want to copy in your school or do you want a restorative justice coordinator your school those are the issues that we are still talking about at the table there Laurie Lightfoot says the unions insistence on a shorter school day or year is what's holding things up we know from the seventies but the more in which children or engage and instruction with a teacher that improves educational outcomes we're not gonna take a step back from that Wednesday is day fourteen of the strike you're listening to ABC news Sony's station eighteen a our on air ninety two three FM online KTAR dot com and streaming live on the Katy a our news app your breaking news and traffic it's nine oh two I'm Deborah Dale here's our top story he looked county sheriff's office is searching for the fire chief of pine strawberry seventy three year old Gary Morris was reported missing this morning when he didn't return from hike along the Arizona trail Morris is an experienced hiker the search is ongoing a civil trial is begun over the mishandling of human remains at a now closed Phoenix body donation facility with some gruesome testimony from a former FBI agent retired FBI agent described the rate of the body donation facility recalling a table stack with severed human legs had stopped in a cooler torsos without heads of the lambs the lawsuit alleges the facility committed fraud by claiming the donated bodies will be used for medical research when a least two cases in other human remains to be sold for use of military testing biological resource center owner staving gore pled guilty to a felony charge for his role in mishandling donated body parts he has denied the allegations of a lawsuit Jim cross KTA Arness KTA our eyes on immigration according to the latest US customs and border protection stats agents apprehended just under one million people of the country southern border in the last year an eighty eight percent increase from the year before those drugs and those criminals they're finding their way into every town and city in this country I can't emphasize enough C. B. P. acting commissioner mark Morgan says each time they address one issue the cartels and smuggling organizations come up with a whole new set of issues the NCAA board of governors voted today to let student athletes profit from the use of their name image and likeness the amateur athletes could be paid for endorsements arriving there like this used in video games among other things the board has asked each of the NCAA's three division to immediately create new roles and have them in place by January twenty twenty one and now for a check on traffic.
Chicago teachers' strike enters another week after talks fail
"The Chicago teachers union strike was stretching to an eight day today with classes canceled again the eighth straight day of no classes for CBS students contract talks will resume today mayor Laurie Lightfoot announcing one bright spot yesterday a tentative agreement reached with the union representing seventy five hundred striking school support staff who belong to SEIU local seventy three I'm pleased to announce that the bargaining committee of SEIU local seventy three is reviewing the final terms of the deal which if approved will be presented to membership for ratification over the coming days this is very good news Diane Palmer is president of SEIU local seventy three the lowest support workers who are the backbone of our schools are going to see races that meet their families won't have to struggle living in an expensive city man it's unclear of as he I use workers will return to school while E. G. U. memories remain on
Chicago Teachers Enter Longest Strike Since 1987
"Will be day twelve of the strike by public school teachers in Chicago mayor Laurie Lightfoot says that's eight school days missed so far we as adults have our greatest responsibility to them and I am deeply saddened to tell them and their parents again that they won't be in class tomorrow city officials say a large gap remains between the two sides you're listening to ABC news
Chicago teachers strike enters seventh school day as talks continue
"Nine FM Chicago public school leaders canceled classes for seventh day today as talks between the board of the union continue mayor Laurie Lightfoot says talks are at a critical stage at an unrelated event at o'hare airport manner like foot echoed Chicago teachers union officials who say there's been significant progress made in talks to end the seven day walk out but she sounded a note of caution to I think today will really Revell whether or not we're able to land this quickly or not I think we don't make significant progress today it's been very difficult to get because students back in classes anytime soon the mayor says the city and C. P. S. of asked the union to streamline the process for responding to contract proposal so they can do it quicker but this is an important day and as she says we'll see what
"laurie lightfoot" Discussed on KOMO
"Message from the American heart association and the ad council stay connected to stay informed the home of the Huskies komo news coming up president trump call this Coleman native over rated please put out by time Franklin's it with what the former defense secretary has to say about the president and his spurs weapons cache seized from a local neo **** I'm core when he can you application of the state red flag law we'll get back to care and check your traffic and weather in four minutes but first the latest from ABC news good morning it's a thirty hours after vice president pence announced a ceasefire between Turkey and the Kurds there are reports of more fighting the deal brokered yesterday calls for Turkey to stop their assault for five days hello Kurdish fighters to retreat from northern Syria acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney trying to walk back comments he made when he acknowledged there was a quid pro quo with Ukraine leaning originally said it was about asking Ukraine to investigate Democrats he now claims his remarks were misconstrued it's day two of the teachers strike in Chicago we have made some progress but there's still a lot of open issues that we have to get to mayor Laurie Lightfoot a historic first taking place in space I want to get it directly on my I'm hoping that's Christina cooking Jessica near the first ever all woman space walk team their mission to replace a broken battery charger on the international space station Chuck's Iverson ABC news.
Thousands of Chicago teachers go on strike
"The nation's third largest school district has been hit with a teacher strike after months of negotiation the Chicago teachers unions twenty five thousand members have voted to go on strike union vice president Stacey Davis gates told reporters Wednesday the key issues remain pay benefits teacher prep time and class size the same goals that we have in the contract currently is what they put in writing that's insufficient Chicago mayor Laurie Lightfoot says the union's demands would cost two and a half billion dollars per year which the city can't afford we bent over backwards to meet the unions news the strike affects some three hundred thousand students in the nation's third largest public school district although classes will be shut down the buildings will be open during school hours for breakfast and lunch will be served I might
"laurie lightfoot" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"This USA today article is straight up propaganda. it's propaganda. this is USA today Tony cats by the way twenty cats today here is the we have one. now you tell me. where are the propaganda is right you ready here it is here's the headline. USA today local governments spend millions caring for migrants dumped by trump's border patrol. tell me what's the problem. government and caring for my. trump's border patrol. it continues migrants ride out of money. for the. here is that it's somehow blaming trump for work that Congress won't do. should we not have a border are these people not coming. are they not lying about their asylum cases we get into the country is the system overwhelmed yes their line. yes the system is overwhelmed where do you want the people to go. where exactly do you want them to go. so people are having to spend money it is in the fall the trumpets fault the people coming across the border in the United States not having a plan for what to do with them. am nice line even sick from time in border patrol custody how about they don't cross the border. but they don't come searching and claiming asylum. what is wrong with the USA today. except this is straight up propaganda. it's propaganda. when you have century states when you have sanctuary cities who are they to say no we won't take these people they're willing to protect these people aggressively from example immigrations and customs enforcement they're willing to work against law enforcement Laurie Lightfoot who's the mayor of Chicago referring to Ice immigration customs enforcement as a racist organization and the police there refused to help them at all. this is a nonsense arguments. absolutely gross in every way. the issue is the overwhelming number of people in the country which has gone down over the past couple months in good those people lying about asylum claims to be able to stay in the country the continued move of families coming to the country which air go will cost you more questions I said air go that's right use of air go right with you your units were in Latin all of a sudden pretty sorry please now to some somebody okay if you have any knowledge of Sanskrit as well greatly appreciate that. yes it's costing us all this is part of the problem trumps dumping these immigrants. it's to create the idea that trump is done something wrong. what's being done wrong here is that we have a Congress that hasn't done anything about the subject it is indeed affecting us. let's also be clear it's affecting the city's. course is. of course it is it fifty thousand illegal immigrants are say migrants in this case **** due to Lincoln Nebraska would affect Lincoln Nebraska. what could you say otherwise pick any city. but isn't the issue the people coming in. isn't the issue the system that we have in place or lack there of. that's not what USA today does here. USA today just wants to make it all trump's wealth that's propaganda.
"laurie lightfoot" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Tammy Duckworth says Bristol reached out to her during her first few months home after Walter Reed and remained a friend and counselor especially on disability issues. Laurie Lightfoot calls Bristol a fierce advocate for disability rights to change lives through access living marca Bristo was sixty six Jennifer Kuiper newsradio one oh five point nine FM the airforce is beginning a global review of how it chooses accommodations on long flights it was revealed that crew sometimes stay at president trump's resort in Scotland while refueling at a small commercial airport nearby politico reports the order comes as multiple instances of military personnel staying at trump properties come to life leaders say the effort is to ensure that all rules are being followed in determine whether the use of a trumpet business is appropriate jury selection in the trial of a Chinese woman charged with lying to a secret service agent and trespassing and president trump's Mar a Lago club in Florida has bogged down over undergarments using Giang is told the judge in the case that she was wearing jail garb instead of civilian clothing because she had not been provided any underwear after some discussion she changed into a blouse and slacks Giang is acting as our own attorney during the federal trial in fort Lauderdale Florida a hush hush planned for in Afghanistan summit outside of Washington unraveled over the weekend good day to absorb the surprise presidential tweed of almost having Taliban representatives at camp David just ahead of the nine eleven anniversary Senate democratic leader Chuck Schumer talked about trump Afghanistan policy where the big boys in home where.
"laurie lightfoot" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Says she believes mayor Laurie Lightfoot and County Board president Tony prek Winkle will work out their public dispute over gun violence because they must WBBM political editor Craig delamar reports state's attorney can fox was Tony practicals chief of staff before she ran for her current job but she says mayor like foot is not off base when she complains that some dangerous gun crime suspects are being freed on bail it's a complicated issue if core choirs us to sit down and make sure that we're looking at all of those factors that perhaps someone who is coming in on a gun charge we still look at what what kind of gun if they have what is their record who their associates what is the what is the bigger broader picture around this person you can't just sum up in a thirty second hearing perhaps our office could do a better job bringing cases she says or judges could look deeper but she says all parties need to sit down and talk face attorney can fox is the guest on our at issue program this weekend you can hear more Sunday at nine thirty AM at nine thirty PM right double more newsradio one oh five point nine FM a man was killed in a shooting Thursday in south suburban Alsup according to the cook county medical examiner's office twenty nine year old Isaac Alexander was shot about two ten AM in the one hundred twenty second block of south avis Avenue the medical examiner says Alexander died of a multiple gunshot of multiple gunshot wounds Alexander lived in the same block where he was shot. an arrest warrant has been issued in the death of Marcia Bowman who was last who shot last month and south suburban Dalton while driving her four kids from a day care center authorities say on August twenty first Bowman was shot in the head and Craster mini van into a tree then died at a hospital two days later none of her children were hurt Dalton police say the shooter may have been targeting the vehicle in front of Bowman's coming up the accu weather forecast and sports WBBM news time one twelve..
"laurie lightfoot" Discussed on WGN Radio
"RBI in five more seasons who are the other two okay that's good because I was a long question there is there is here what tax break first baseman Jose bring you reached the one hundred RBI mark for the fifth time in his career where the other white Sox players to have at least one hundred RBIs in five seasons with the white Sox Dave knows I can tell by his eyes still I mean I know this is true is Joe Jackson it is not but I could look him up he had in his last season in nineteen twenty he had a hundred and thirty two RBIs I thought now by the way I have to salute the use of Joseph it just says it correctly when Dave and I were kids we always had RBIs uhhuh he's got this many RBIs unison RBS I always say RBIs I still I still say our B. as it was say RB I just tell my grandsons batted high you know I know what it means does that mean reserve bank of it is not the way it's sad yeah RBI is actually the correct terminology RB eyes is the way we were taught yeah run batted in yeah right not in runs batted in well by saying RBI you're saying runs batted ends in should be ours be I want to be totally correct ours be I want but it doesn't make any sense right it's it makes sense to say RBI Joe is that true Sox fan yeah okay so even when you guys are doing the cubs games use a tree stocks man yeah we Joe played was fearless Georgia all really what age really yes you to fly get four tickets to the white Sox needles Friday night September six and seven ten if you have the correct answer will get your winter next on seven twenty that would be Jim just a few days Laurie Lightfoot is going to lower the boom taxes go up services go down jobs get time we will light forget easily muse some of baseball's not nearly over yet we've got three sacks tickets for the show with and I don't want is this afternoon on seven twenty WGN now it Minard saving money on your next.
"laurie lightfoot" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Night in Chicago Wednesdays and Saturdays to write off a navy pier right behind where we're broadcasting fireworks are leading up to sky in freaking us out because the the the the accompanying sound of the sort of thunder to the lighting if you look in it always starts and it automatically feels like someone's breaking a window up here it's a very weird feeling it's like a don't and you like good we had it's fireworks that two six three is it thank you who's behind me what's the fireworks Matt muse in our performance studio we got one more song from him before you wrap up and Peter Murray joins us and Peter Murray has mayor Laurie Lightfoot on tonight coming up to ten twenty or the promise all day so mayor Lightfoot on tonight how fun all right let's do this let me use that our performance the hip hop artist plane shoe biz on Saturday night he's got one more in him here is with the song shot gun from love and napping is taken away mapmuse also my homies will have to walk a G. and lady France that but have to catch a bus if you let them do tech call you at all because you write in Saudi you know with with the dolls the muscles for my map is in trouble since we've been over every waking up in a puddle this is not to just take all the guess make a how do you get that beat us but to me that we not be as subtle you don't need to be that that is what makes it now hold at the breakfast club we rack with my church school friends that was they suggested pay him back Hey it raised a hand so my home easy now but later in the day funny they all got the same uniform freshman year at Morgan parking we it was white that's why friends that my black high school rode the bus there were kind of talking about the it's just that I might no one else I got some men a wooden hopeful rats in her beetle is always a blast always by the oldest of my Hey this you can call this on the sequel straining to relax so one when the web I'm like this I'm with custom homes will have the wall and I always got to see the best of all my head is yeah.
"laurie lightfoot" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Starting Monday evening on I'm for fourteen he died says starting Monday evening drivers need to be ready for traffic pattern changes cruise going to ship the work from the inside lanes to the outside lanes between west stand and Belmont Boulevard then the entire quarter by the end of September can we ever W. T. N. news since the heavy work started six months ago crews have recycled about one hundred thousand tons of old concrete pavement and laid approximately sixty eight thousand tons of new permanent asphalt pavement the mayor of Chicago says president trump is dangling the carrot in front of former Illinois governor rod Blagojevich is family Laurie Lightfoot says she's against setting we're going at it free from prison thank the governor disgraced his office from tweeted last night the White House staff is reviewing the matter a day after he told reporters he was strongly considering commuting local events his sentence is brought to you by T. F. S. traffic and weather next did you know the tax free electronic express four K. TV we pay the tax computers and tablets tax appliances mattresses car audio and so much more we pay the tax all this week get the same low prices this is press location or shop online dot com we make it happen services genesis diamonds WGN traffic center sixty five north bound at four forty the left lane is still locked in forty westbound at Jefferson street twenty four west in Murfreesboro bike and old hickory Boulevard Firestone parkway entrance of their lesion feels road at Franklin pike also wrecked shown at their colorful point north of west Hamilton road an accident traffic every ten minutes every morning on super top ninety nine seven WTF check one that this youth fading as a serious problem one issue flavored vapor products that help adult smokers switch but may also appeal to youth to address it to lapse stop the sale of non tobacco and non menthol based flavored tool pods to over ninety thousand traditional retail stores learn more about tool labs efforts to combat youth vaping.
"laurie lightfoot" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Because the mayor of Chicago Laurie Lightfoot was on MSNBC this morning on morning Joe liberals designated safe space mayor can get a safe space the citizens of Chicago can't she's one of two hundred mayors who have asked the Senate to take action passing gun legislation course liberals answer to everything they wake up in the middle of the night from a dream screaming gun control gun control doesn't matter what the that's why they lose the final jeopardy every time I like what is gun control only knows about a Disney movie sorry wrong well this story from the other day from Newsweek I think this is somehow a slam headline Chicago's massive okay says if either trump doesn't know what she's talking about I got fundamental facts wrong about windy city violence the other day evocative waited quote let's not overlook that Chicago experiences deadliest weekend of the year with seven dead and fifty two wounded and fifty two wounded near a playground in the windy city little national outrage or media coverage way mustn't become numb to the violence faced by inner city communities every day there was very upset the wording of that because nobody was actually killed at the park seven people were shot at that park and it was you know seven people over the weekend were killed but it wasn't and this is our argument it wasn't the deadliest weekend of the year in Chicago because back in June over one weekend eight people had gotten murdered in the city of Chicago now when your defense is no no we've had more people murdered in the course of the weekend there for your horrible you don't have much of a defense if that's the best you've got can argue with all the number she argued with geography and whether or not anybody had died in a park where seven people have just been shot the number fifty six people shot over the weekend the mayor didn't address because well that wouldn't help her.
Mayor rips Ivanka Trump's "nonsense tweet" about Chicago violence
"Chicago mayor Laurie Lightfoot is lashing out at Ivanka trump after she drew attention to the city's gun violence the mayor took exception to remarks at trump posted on Twitter stood at the numbers wrong she got the location wrong that's the danger of trying to govern tweet they want to help they should actually call us and ask for specifics which would be happy to share here's what the first daughter tweeted quote as we grieve over the evil mass shootings in el Paso and date and let us not overlook that Chicago experienced its deadliest weekend of the year with seven dead and fifty two wounded near a playground in the windy city a little national outrage or media coverage we mustn't become numb to the violence faced by inner city communities every day the mayor says she's reached out to evoke a trouble about the tweet but hasn't
"laurie lightfoot" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Deeply hurt I want Lori lite foot I am deeply hurt for what Laurie Lightfoot said sincerely boo hoo hoo the clown is only still I think getting a little traction this week in Chicago because the national fraternal order of police who seem to say Hey will join the fight nobody asked him to and if they don't need to but they now are sticking up for one of the vice presidents at the union in Chicago and I don't know how that's playing out is that going to be the news collected we say we're gonna make that the news clip should Laurie apologize or maybe that was the news click I have to go check on that yeah a welcome back hell of hope you had a relaxing vacation and about traveling to see family John my sons live in Los Angeles and Nashville flights are expensive and saw the lodgings in the meals it's hard to get time off from work smile upside down smile face I guess I would be a sad face make Sundays are official night to tour the city what Chicago's best at ten PM and then stick around for the latest in shopping and entertainment and events on C. Chicago at ten thirty PM on WGN TV Friday's we ask you to share your bright side and then you get to call and we're gonna do this is to forty this afternoon to get a bright side of life in those pens are courtesy of our friends at the joint relief institute you may be wondering why are they paying for the pens I think it's because they know a little bit about making life brighter if you've got joys paid nothing is easy here in the middle of a beautiful summer now you want to walk in garden and play with the kids and get in and out of the car pain free and you can't because that.
"laurie lightfoot" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"And WBBM newsradio dot com the V. D. N. news time nine oh five it's Tuesday July sixteenth twenty nineteen good evening I Merriam so seventy nine degrees in Chicago under partly cloudy skies heading down to a low of seventy four tonight the complete accu weather five day forecast coming up but first our top local story on news radio WBBM former Chicago alderman and cooperating F. B. I. witness Danny so lease has hired a law firm WBBM Keith Johnson reports alderman Daly so lease is not been seen since news reports first revealed that he'd been wearing a wire to help the feds in their investigation once powerful ultimate Burke is sometimes is solely says withdrawn over two hundred thousand dollars from his campaign funds to pay the law firm of Foley and Lardner so leases I've been charged with a crime the paper says so these agreed to cooperate with faith only after being confronted with allegations of his own wrongdoing Keith Johnson is ready one of five point nine FM the heat wave headed our way this week could be deadly if people aren't careful that's according to some area health experts who are warning the public to take it easy Dr Ernest Wong is the chief of emergency medicine at north shore university health system he says it's important to limit physical activity during extremely hot weather due to the risk of heat exhaustion and heatstroke you're exercising your you know trying to your regular work out but you can't because your body temperature core temperature increases at a much faster rate or and it goes to high and we don't recognize that this is happening long says confusion and lack of sweat are serious symptoms in hot weather that require immediate medical attention we also recommend staying in air conditioning as much as possible and drinking lots of water mayor Laurie Lightfoot isn't happy with how Chicago's violence continues to go up on the weekends like that says yes.
"laurie lightfoot" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"One oh five point nine FM and WBBM newsradio dot com WBBM news time nine oh five it is Thursday still the fourth of July good evening I'm Dave Marr said the it's currently eighty two degrees we've got mostly cloudy skies and a few thunderstorms popping up in the northern counties our top local story on news radio WBBM is from earlier today mayor Laurie Lightfoot marched in the annual fourth of July parade in the Hyde Park neighborhood and W. B. B. M.'s Mike crowds are covered it the mayor was greeted warmly by Hyde Park residents some lining the route many more marching you know the people one of the great our neighborhood at three fifty third street is for posted on the fourth of July their life food weighed in on the controversial celebration in the nation's capital this is not a good thing watch for a couple for the five at the fourth on fifty third parade in the Hyde Park neighborhood my Krauser newsradio one oh five point nine FM one man was killed three other people wounded in a shooting today.