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"loreto" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Your left back. Then you have jaw Paulo, who goes down and goes down in a way that really could have sucked the energy right out of Seattle. It's one of those injuries, no contact. It's on that stupid turf, and that really could have taken something out of that team. And actually, I thought, did grab a hold of that first half for a second. If I was a sounders fan right around that 30, 35 minute, I might have been a little bit worried. But then they do what great teams do and maybe you say pumas also does what teams that don't win trophies do. They get a goal right before the half. And for me, that changed everything to your point about the big names. Remember after the first like her, got kind of criticized. I said, I didn't really think the stars for Seattle played that well and say oh, played that well. There were moments for lode of the penalty, whatever. Boy, the stars were so good and there is no better example of that than the second goal. It's literally all of Seattle's stars, right? It starts. I think with root snack, then it goes Christian roll down, then it goes Alex hold on, up the wing divorce, Morris across for loreto loreto de ruy Diaz, I mean, that's the guys that you need it and they made the play to clinch this thing. There was a lot that went right there for sure. I will also add Stephan fry, even the clay that was called off sides. That wasn't an official shot. The fact that he put that out gave everybody such a confidence in it. Next man up mentality. You hear this so much from the Seattle sounders. They invented this phrase that Major League Soccer like they invented a lot of things in Major League Soccer. But it really was the case. I mean, I've been on television at the port. This all day and never once, if I heard anything about the two players from Seattle Sanders going down, the importance of know who told her on the left hand side, and a player playing at a position in Keller wrote coming on as his backup. And then obey Vargas is a 16 year old player. I've heard at nauseam at Nazi about look at boomer's bench. Look at all these kids at nauseum. There was a 16 year old, the only 16 year old, the only teenager on that field was a bit of a dis. So it goes to show this next man up mentality by sounders. Yeah, next man up, and I'm sure a lot of that, of course, has to do with the manager as well. Brian Schmidt, but since you mentioned Stephen Fry, boy, he didn't just hang some team banners.
Chicago's Loretto Hospital COO Anosh Ahmed resigns in wake of vaccine scandal
"Loreto Hospital executive at the center of a vaccine controversy, has now resigned. The board of trustees unanimously accepted Doctor and ASHA Meds resignation. Lecture. Black Club. Chicago first broke the story reporting on vaccination doses going to ineligible patients at Trump Tower, Ah luxury watch store and a steak house. In response, the city stopped giving Loreto doses of the vaccine. The board says It'll continue to investigate.
"loreto" Discussed on WGN Radio
"I'm Steve Bertrand. Thanks very much for tuning in. All right, uh, on the phone line now is Jonathan Daniels. He is the employee of the Year for Loreto Hospital. And that's just the start of a Jonathan. Thank you for squeezing me and I appreciate it. I thank you for having me tonight. I'm just so grateful s. Oh, is this your downtime? You've got seven minutes of downtime today. Absolutely. That's just about right. All right. I'm gonna have Jonathan tell you his story himself, But he's 25 years old. His mom works at the hospital, and he just recently graduated from, I think was Concordia. Right, Jonathan? Yes, that's correct. Okay, gets a job at the hospital, You know, just make a little cash, probably living at home. I don't know. And then he's going to go to California to make his way in Silicon Valley. How am I doing so far? You're doing good and then Cove it struck and you got struck by lightning as well. You now say that this is the place you belong and you might never leave. Yes, that is sure. Tell me about that. I stepped into Loretta Hospital has you have said it was just a spot for me to be able work, get some experience and move on. But as a covert struck, it took me, um several several opportunities to sit down and really think about what my passion was and where I wanted to go with my job And with my goals in my dreams and A tuna coated hit. I spent day in and day out inside the cove. It's 10 outside the cove, a tent working right alongside some of my greatest co workers that I have Rachel and lucky shirt who both have been sitting there, child do day in and day out working with me alongside of me on Daz. I begin to go down the line of what Kobe 19 was. I began to open my mind and learn more. I went and did my own research on what? What it is I I reached out to our research team at the hospital to figure out what ways can potentially be a part of this covert task force that could help diminish such a crazy. Such a, um Bad endemic that we've been through over the course of 10 11 months Now, as we keep going forward, we were drawn to you. Our attention was drawn to you in that great piece by the great reporter Stacy Sinclair for the Tribune, and she writes about a night early in the pandemic. When You watch someone get very sick right before your eyes. Can you recall that for me? Yes. So we have job opportunities where you can sit inside the e R and we monitor patients on the hourly bases, And it gave me a new opportunities explores tomorrow what I wanted to do. And that night I had just been chosen to sit in the ER on. There was a guy that I had been watching over time He was talking. Everything was fine. He had just eaten and everything was perfect on Ben. Just a few short minutes. Right after that, the gentleman began to cough really loudly. And then, as he began to cough, blood used to blood spewed out of his mouth all over the floor across the room on that that point I felt helpless like I didn't know what I could do on day. That was my biggest eye opener because ah lot of people believe that Cove It isn't real or Coke. It is not a thing. But that really gave me the biggest eye opener to say that Kobe is here. It's real, and we really need to take the precaution story on Lee because I would not like to see anyone else in our ER. That has to experience what they experienced during that time of Coughing up blood and having a bunch of people rush in and shoving, choose places and and trying to get you under control and not sure if the opportunity for them to stabilize you or if there's any opportunity to try and get you the care that you need in that aspect, So it was a really big eye opener for me. So that's inside. You're also outside every morning. Is it working with vaccinations or testing or what are you doing then? So during the morning I used to go out to the tent that we have unsafe and I go into its fist. Rachel Lakisha who are over the tent, and I just make sure that their supply with students, I make sure that people who are walking up for testing just get a little bit of customer service. And that just all comes through with a good morning a night compliment something just to get their day started while they're at the tent. Because it is something that no one wants to do. But I just want to make sure that they can sit in and still well, While though there is no moment that's not customer service that's love. Thank you. Yeah. Um s o the You also are a cheerleader for a treatment program there and the selling people in the vaccinations, right? A lot of black people are very leery of the vaccine. Vaccinate vaccine, I should say, And there's a quote from you again and Stacy's article. Where it says How about having Austin be first in something? Let's be first here. Your cheerleader for the treatment program. Explain that for me. Um, I work over the social media for the Loretta Hospital in a lot of the times. If we're posting anything Cove in 19 related. There's a lot of times we get negative common negative messages in terms of just Hold it. Not a thing. Why should we do it? Have you heard of the Tuskegee? All these things that just want to diminish any possibility of getting the vaccination And I always tell anyone that is very wary about getting the vaccination I've got in my first dose and 21. Days later, I got my second dose and about 90% of my co workers. My teammate. People who are really close to me have also done the same. And they are perfectly fine on day. I just believe that I want to cheer and I want to support and I want to bring noted to all of this because we are allowing a lot of social media. A lot of heat say she's they deter, Um what we should be following and this is a great opportunity to be able to say why not often. Boston usually never gets a lot of things that the rest of the city of Chicago gets. And for us to have the opportunity to have the city of Chicago Pic de Loreto Hospital for the, UM Let me be the on and also just the vaccinations in general on D. So this would be such a good thing in such a big thing for often because we can finally say that we were the first community to get the vaccine and be healthy and start that up. Rise to say, Hey, this is what we should be doing. Jonathan Daniels works at Loreto Hospital as an employee and a volunteer. Jonathan, We're lucky to have you I'm glad you're here. Thank you so much. Keep up the good work, okay, but I will Thank you so much for taking the time. I'll absolutely you're listening to Chicago's afternoon news. Here's Mary. It's 31 degrees and dropping little colder for tonight. Low of 18 and tomorrow partly sunny and a high of 32 easing up on the roads. Now the Eaton's looks great. 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"loreto" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Shots to her hospital's front line Workers. But at Loreto and at hospitals around the country, not every eligible health care worker actually wants the vaccine. Doctor do body joins me now to talk about how she's been addressing that welcome. Thank you for having me. So there was this recent survey by the Kaiser Family Foundation that showed nearly a third of health care workers probably would not, or definitely would not get the vaccine. I'm curious. Are you seeing that same level of distressing your own hospital? Yes, we are. Actually, we did a survey right before the vaccine came out in anticipation. It was a general survey just asked a question, basically as to where you work in the hospital. And would you or would you not get the vaccine when it is your turn? We came up with 60% said Yes. And 40% actually said no lose numbers are surprising to me because we're talking about health care workers who I guess you would think would trust the available science. So what do you think, is driving this hesitation to get these shots, at least among your own staff? You know there's a lot of different factors, but there's some things are reasonable. Let's say that pregnant woman or breastfeeding woman can say that there's not enough research. But then there's a wider hesitancy that almost is not rooted in the available science, just like you said. Especially among her staff, which reflects the wider community. I mean, I've heard Tuskegee more times and I can count in the past month and You know, it's a valid valid concern and an African American population and to some extent in the Latino population. There are reasons for this being. There's no transparency between pharmaceutical companies or research companies or the government, sometimes on how many people from those communities were actually involved in the research. So they have they have an issue with that, And then they have also heard the word guinea pig and because that community was used, unfortunately as guinea pigs, whether it was Tuskegee, whether is heading out to lax is, um, cells being used without her permission that caused them. You have this mistrust. So what we want to need to do is figure out how to move forward with that. Well, I want to ask about how to move forward because, as you say your hospital staff reflects the broader community. That you were in. You are in a neighborhood called Austin, which is majority black. And this Kaiser survey that I decided it also showed that a third black Americans overall or hesitant to get covert shot, so if some of your own health care workers are hesitant About the vaccine are are skeptical how you convinced the broader community where you are that they should be getting vaccinated. So we've had town halls, answering questions of every kind. Whether it's What is an M R any vaccine? What is the difference between one on the other, Be honest about the side effects, and I tell them the answers to those questions very honestly and very transparently. One thing I will tell you that has really worked is one on one conversations So it usually goes something like, Hey, what are your concerns, and the first thing you have to do is listen to those concerns. Do not dismiss them and then explain an answer Those questions the best of your ability. Do you picture at some point if people remain reluctant that you're just gonna have a bunch of vaccine Sitting around unused when these shots become more widely available, So we've seen that already. To a certain extent. We need to have built in safety nets for that, meaning, okay, we are going to give somebody 100 doses of the vaccine. Let's say only 60 of their workers. Take it. Who would they partner with that? If they don't, they're staff. Don't take it. We give it immediately to those other people. That takes so much logistics and planning that I can't even imagine how massive a test that is, But with the vaccine hesitancy that is going on right now, we are going to end up with wasted doses. If we don't do that. Dr. Nikki Lejeune body is the chief clinical officer at Loreto Hospital in Chicago's Westside neighborhood of Austin. Thank you very much for joining us today. Thank you for having me. This winter, millions of small businesses are barely surviving. Congress has approved another round of loans to help those businesses. But as NPR's gyms are early reports, it won't be enough for those closest to the edge. This year. I'm Brendan job opened an ice cream shop. Glaser rolls in San Francisco's Union Square. His timing couldn't have been worse. Our grand opening was 21st off February And our strong was closed because of prove it on March, 15th job was eventually allowed to reopen, But tourists have stopped coming to the city and those downtown office workers he hoped would patronize his store are mostly working remotely, so he's doing only about 15% of the business he expected. We're not breaking even every day that we're open. We're actually bleeding money. If we just close the shop, I think we would save some money Jaws, one of millions of small business owners whose livelihood Zehr on the line, the pandemic has left many businesses in dire shape, says Matthew Revere of the advisory firm Next Street. We're expecting 30% of businesses overall, too close with more dramatic numbers in minority women on businesses that may be over 50%. It's very sobering numbers Last week after months of bitter negotiations, Congress throughout a lifeline, it extended the Paycheck protection program, which lent money to more than five million businesses earlier this year. Some business owners. The program comes just in time. Anita Sanders owns a Buffalo company that provides security guards for malls and office buildings..
"loreto" Discussed on WGN Radio
"It really is a matter of life or death Look coronavirus relief packages awaiting President Trump's signature. The $900 billion measure was approved by Congress last night is part of a larger spending. Package. Most Americans will see $600 stimulus checks, some as early as next week. Unemployment benefits are also being extended. Some lawmakers are calling it a lifeline for people and businesses. Have been struggling in the pandemic. But some Democrats like California, representative Maxine Waters say it's not enough Ask is that enough? No, it is not enough. Certainly, we could have used a lot more bill includes a new round of subsidies for hard hit businesses, restaurants and theaters, Colleges, schools and universities will receive 82 billion 10 billion is being put aside for child care. 25 billion will go to rental assistance. Coronavirus hospitalizations are on the rise again. The covert tracking projects is more than 115,000. Americans are currently hospitalized with covert 19, the most since the beginning of the pandemic that includes nearly 22,000 people in ICUs across the country. One small glimmer of hope the project reporting fewer than 1500 deaths yesterday for the first time in a week, President elect Biden rolled up his sleeve yesterday to get his covert vaccine compared with available to take the back seat. There's nothing to worry about. Vaccine shipments have already started arriving in Chicago Frontline medical workers in nursing home residents started receiving visors vaccine last week, Some of the Moderna vaccines arrived at Loreto Hospital in Chicago. Next up essential workers like first responders, educators, food and agriculture employees, workers.
"loreto" Discussed on WGN Radio
"For a look at news, the U. S House of Representatives has passed a nearly $900 billion coronavirus stimulus package, which includes $600 checks for Americans. The bill now moves to the Senate, where party leaders say it has enough support. For a green light final tally was 359 4 53 against the 5593 page legislation. The longest bill ever by far came together yesterday after months of back and forth. Also included is a temporary $300 a week unemployment boost And lawmakers added a $1.4 trillion catch. All spending bill with a new round of subsidies for heart had businesses and restaurants, plus money for schools, healthcare providers and renters facing eviction. Mayor Lightfoot says all cops involved in the raid. Of Anjanette Young's home are now on desk duty, Lightfoot announced. The move today is her administration works to repair damage done from her of the work to prevent CBS two from airing video of the police raid who targeted the wrong address. Lightfoot disavowed the cover up attempt at a press conference earlier, the media plays an important role in our democracy. We do not Stop. The publication of any news outlet never should have happened and will never happen again. Lightfoot's also appointed Cilia Meza as interim coach, Corporation counsel after receiving the resignation of law department head Mark Flessner over the weekend. U. S intelligence officials continuing to investigate a massive cyber attack, which left dozens of government agencies compromised, Senator Dick Durbin told WGN's Rarick wrong. The severity of the issue should not be judged by the silence coming from the White House is gravely serious. We spent billions billions of dollars to protect Marsabit security on national defense, and it failed. Failed. The Russians, with their sophisticated hacking have not only broken into major agencies and major corporations. As I said here today, we don't know the extent of the damage. Russia denied involvement in the massive hack earlier today. Act locally. A man was killed in a shooting during a robbery tonight in Bridgeport. About two hours ago around 2.5 around 6 30. The 33 year old was shot in the chest during the commission of a robbery in the 3000 block of South Union Avenue, according to Chicago police. The man who had a concealed carry license was pronounced dead at scene. The Cook County Medical examiner's office has not yet commented down the death area. One detectives are investigating. Ah third suspect is being charged in connection with the Pan Am Flight one of three terrorist bombing and Lockerbie, Scotland. 32 years ago. Here's Attorney General William Barr. I am pleased to announce that the United States Has filed criminal charges against the third conspirator. Abu A. Gill up my suit care. I'll marry me. For his role in the bombing of Pan Am flight 103. The terrorist act killed 270 people on the plane and on the ground. Those who were killed included 190 Americans. In a news briefing, bar said the identity of the third suspect was unknown. At the time. The two other conspirators were tried, he said. There's no question of the Pan Am attack was aimed At the U. S. Doses of Madonna's Cove in 19 vaccine are expected to be administered at Loreto Hospital this week. Doctors expected shipments to arrive last night. The first vials of the maternal vaccine were shipped out of the Mississippi to the FedEx corporate headquarters in Tennessee for distribution yesterday. Loreto hospitals among 4000 destinations of the U. S expecting to receive some of those doses, and Nestle has recalled some lean cuisine baked chicken meal products. After complaints about hard white plastic found among the food. The U. S Food and Drug Administration says it's just over £92,000 of the 8 5/8 ounce cuts carton trays. Of lean cuisine, baked chicken with white meat, chicken stuffing, Redskin mashed potatoes and gravy. The product contained the lock code 0246595 11 and a best before date of October. 2021 officials were notified about the problem after five complaints about the packaged meals manufactured on September 2nd by Nestle. Nestle has said in the statement. They believe the plastic pieces air from a conveyor belt, which broke while producing mashed potatoes in those meals. Now, a check of sports tonight Monday night football. The Steelers in Cincinnati facing the Bangles third quarter. Now the Bangles are up over the Steelers, 17 to nothing about 12 minutes left in the third.
"loreto" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Cheeseburger to Patsy one, chief. We're gonna change all that blew past month. She had to go watch. Even though she's not just to be clear. That is not from Wallace. His place on the West Side Different restaurant general here in Chicago. Yes, sir. This tells you how old I am. I covered Wallace Davis, his corruption trial back in the eighties that Chicago federal Court Yeah, and I went out there when I came to town because he's still in the news, and there's there's a number of aldermen. They got pinched. Yeah. I don't know how many. I have it in my files here, but not uncommon in Chicago, and I went out to his restaurant just and Danny Davis. His office was just literally a few of You know if you have the address is away. So so I went out to interview Danny Davis. And yes, I went to Wallace is at that time to add a big fish tank right now, in the middle of it very, very interesting place and very, very, very good food and certainly a wasp. Significant presence on the West Side on Madison. Yeah, coming up on next sports has plenty of name calling on a regular basis. The Cleveland Indians we recently found out well after next season, be gnome or For sure. A lot of current past players and fans respect that long time nickname. But Rick telling to the Sun Times said it's probably overdue to change and all sports franchises will have to Take this into consideration if they're culturally misappropriating a nickname, a name or a logo. Rick will join us next year on WLS checking traffic WLS. The Eaton's is where we start and the Eaton is currently not too bad. Inbound or outbound Kennedy and from O'Hare, 36. We've gotta crash inbound at North Avenue. Outbound Kennedy. It's 28 out to the airport. Eisenhower in from Thorndale 41 out found 34 Stevenson in from 3. 55 31 Outbound Stevenson one hour out to 3 55. They're cleaning up after an earlier crash at Kedzie. And Ryan and from 95th 12 Outbound 14. Elsewhere on the roadways. Lakeshore Drive North found that whacker We have an accident reported also north bound on Lake Shore Drive just south of North Avenue. Another accident reported there that is traffic from the W 90 Traffic center. You'll be on the headlines. First shots will be administered had Loreto Hospital on the West Side complete Chicago story had examined bottom of every hour. Dr Johnson Ready. That Rush University Medical Center calls it a game changer. WLS news on the big 89.
"loreto" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Surpassed a staggering 300,000. The first Coben 18 vaccines in Chicago were administered at Loreto Hospital on the west side of the city. On Tuesday morning. Five healthcare providers receive their first of two doses of the vaccination. Dr. Ali Ahmed is a director of research operations had Laredo Hospital. He tells the WGN's John Williams that while this is an exciting time, people still deed to take the proper precautions. We way will get through this together. It will take time. But I think everyone can actually be hopeful with the fact that we are we see the light at the end of the tunnel is again was mentioned today. We're in the tunnel. Still, we have a ways to go. But the end is approaching. So we just continue to be done, Bitch. When Dr Ahmed says Laredo will receive more bags singing's in the next few days, the FDA says, as second potential Cove in 18 vaccine this one develop Bible, Durga appears safe and highly effective. An expert panel will publicly review that shot Thursday. Clearance from the FDA expected soon after. Some suburban hospital officials say that there has been some confusion with the vaccine distribution process. Northwest Community health care CMO, Dr Alan Iran. Says that they're waiting for nearly 2000 doses that they thought were coming Tuesday. But now will come. Hopefully later today, there's definitely some confusion but this is a massive undertaking. You know, It's not just our hospital. This is something going on. All over the country at exactly the same time. Honestly, I think they're doing a pretty good job. I'm very confident we're going to get it and we all knew there would be some hiccups the first time and we're prepared will be flexible. The doctor says the hospital will be ready to vaccinate employees even over the weekend if they have to. Meanwhile, the Chicago Department of Public Health has updated its emergency travel order list. 31 states are red tier status, including Wisconsin and Indiana. Travelers coming from these states must quarantine for now, 10 days instead of 14. Reflecting updated CDC guidance 17 states are orange recording either quarantine or pre arrival. Negative test on Lee. Hawaii is yellow with no requirements. Essential workers are exempt from the order if they must travel for work. James Sears, WGN news Governor approves scared talking about covert and vaccinations of course yesterday but also about the state budget deficit. $4 billion budget deficit is causing some big reductions in spending in the state. Governor Pritzker Tuesday, unveiling his plan to save more than $700 million along the cuts headline approximately 200 Million is slated to be saved across healthcare and human services with another 71 million or so being cut from public safety. The governor also hopes to save 75 million to personnel costs adjustments My staff is in conversations with asked me. To discuss furlough days that will help us reduce spending by $75 million. None of the measures outlined in the plan will affect the state's efforts to combat covert 19. That's WGN TVs, Brana to multi top Capitol Hill Republicans are working very hard to keep the price tag for a long delayed covert 19 8 package in check. They're seeking to prevail in a battle over helper state and local governments. We'll also capping the cost of bonus, jobless benefits and direct payments side by Democrats. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer says Congress must pass an aid package he need to pass. Hobart relief. To help our fellow Americans get by until we eradicate this virus. We need to fully fund not only production of the vaccine, but its distribution as well. States badly need that money. We need to get it done for every American negotiations on a day bill intensified Tuesday after months of futility, WGN sports.
"loreto" Discussed on WGN Radio
"At Wyland Road. There's a serious accident there with injuries, reports of a victim unconscious and not breathing. And in Palestine, Hix rode south of Rand Police are directing directing traffic there because of AH has met response to investigate a white powdery substance found in a box that the UPS facility out there. Well, the current affairs today claiming over 2900 American lives that pushed the death toll in the U. S past 303,000. The number of people hospitalized continues to break records, The project says over 112,000 Americans are currently hospitalized with over 21,000 in the ICU here in Illinois, health officials reported more than 7300 new cases today and 117 more deaths this day. White positivity rate is 8.6%. Five health care workers, including emergency room, nurses, rolled up their sleeves and received the first shots of the covert 19 vaccine at Loreto Hospital in Chicago's Austin neighborhood. It's a largely black enclave that has been hard hit by the virus. Mayor Lightfoot pleading with Chicago's minority communities to take the vaccination black folks. My latte. Next brothers and sisters were the ones who are most disproportionately suffering. We are the ones who must step up and make sure that we get protected from the ravages of this violent virus. For health care workers also receive shots at a Peoria hospital Governor Pritzker They're called it a beginning for the state. But Comfort Inn and displays and the four points by shared in in Schomburg are offering frontline health care workers free stays for up to seven days. Those taking advantage will receive the gift bag and complimentary.
"loreto" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Our band belted G on traffic Central. The first doses of the cove in 19 vaccine were administered at Loreto Hospital in the Austin neighborhood on Chicago's West Side this morning doctor are Woody and Mayor Lightfoot, both in attendance as frontline workers. Received the first dose of a two part vaccination. Mayor Lightfoot also rolled up her sleeve and received her vaccination. President elect Joe Biden's inauguration ceremony will go on as planned at the U. S Capitol. But other celebrations will be largely virtual do toothy pandemic and a press release. The presidential inaugural committee said the ceremony's footprint will be extremely limited. To comply with recommended coronavirus safety protocols. The committee says that there will be a parade, but it will remain largely virtual in an effort to encourage Americans to stay at home. President elect in VP elect Kamala Harris will take the oath of office on January 20th and a man who fired a rifle in the metro station. We're due in court today, The FBI says Sean Kimbrough was seen firing a single round in the metro station. Near McCormick Place on December 1st. No one was hard. Kimbrough was now facing charges for aggravated use of a firearm without a license and reckless discharge. In sports. Northwestern hosts Quincy today in college basketball per game at 2 45 the tip off at three with Dave Bennett and Joey Meyer on 7 20, WGN in over at WGN radio dot com. Another plane. Minnesota visits Illinois Chicago State is at Illinois State and Loyola is at number. 13, Wisconsin. The forecast from the Perma CIA Weather Center today Mostly cloudy with flurries possible highs in the lower thirties. Tonight cloudy mid.
"loreto" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Center, reminding you to drive responsibly. It really is a matter of life or death. 19 vaccinations begin today in Chicago Loreto Hospital on the West side will administer the city's first Vaccination. WGN's Glenn Marshall is their first shipment of the fires of vaccine arrived at Illinois Strategic National stock Power yesterday morning. Chicago along with Cook and Lake County's overseas separate shipments, bringing the state's total dulces to about 109,000 for the first round. Now Elmhurst Hospital plans to receive 2000 doses tomorrow. Loretta was chosen because of the care. It's provided to minority communities, which have been hard hit by the virus. Austin's main ZIP code. Has among the highest death rates in the city Mayor life It will be on hand later this morning. The event also streamed on Facebook live. We expect that to happen in the 10 o'clock hour, the first shipment of covert 19 vaccines about 20,000 doses in suburban Cook County. Is expected to go out to 15 hospitals this week. Coke County Board President Tony Preckwinkle says more doses are on the way. The vaccine supply is expected to increase in the weeks and months ahead. And Cook County Department of Public Health would work with partners to ensure That those are the most vulnerable have access to covert 19 vaccinations. At the very first, some of Illinois's largest teachers, unions are asking the state for clearer metrics for what qualifies as an outbreak and how schools should respond. The decision about how to react is now in the hands of school administrators. Not the local health departments. Local and state officials assist schools with contact tracing and guidance but do not mandate whether to switch to the learning and close school buildings. More than 160, Illinois schools have met the criteria for covert 19 outbreaks. Since the pandemic began, an uber driver was carjacked at gunpoint when he picked up two passengers. It happened shortly before 12 30 this morning at 45th and Prairie. The two passengers Then told the driver to pull over and took his phone wallet and his silver. Nissan rogue. The driver was not hurt. No. One using custody with homicides in Chicago rising, the police Department has had its hands. Full trying to solve cases. An update from WGN's Roger Battle involving homicide cases in Chicago's been improving over the past three years. But so far this year, the numbers of reverse dropping from 50.3% rate of solving homicides to 44.1% Chicago Tribune quote Chicago Police chief of detectives Brendan Dina hand that the number of solve homicides this year is the highest in one year since 2005 But of the 329 south cases, 134 were cleared as exceptional because either the suspect has died or prosecutors don't have enough evidence to approve charges. Roger Parish, don't you GM New Indiana is fighting to keep teachers from leaving that state Governor Eric Holcomb special panel released its anticipated report this week, says average teacher salaries should go from $51,000 to $60,000 a year. It also says patients started $40,000. In order to make that happen. The state will need an additional $600 million right now. Indiana ranks 38th and both starting an average teacher pay now. WGN sports with Andy Maser for the second time. The last three seasons, Northwestern will play with the Big 10 Championship and again the opponent is Ohio State. About guys coming undefeated and featuring a high powered offense. Head coach Pat Fitzgerald knows the defense has their work cut out for me. I got to put together a great week. We gotta really work hard What we do fundamentally our communication. S o that we're all on the same page because Ryan and Kevin Wilson or offensive staff. They're gonna put pressure on your formation Aly and try to get their guys and advantageous situations to bill to make explosive place. We'll have a game for you right here on WGN our coverage beginning Saturday morning, It's 10 o'clock, and then David and Ted Albrecht will have your call at 11 in the morning. Northwestern athletic director Jim Phillips is leaving after a successful run in Evanston. Fellas named the new commissioner of the A. C C reports indicate that Bulls forward Noah Vonleh has tested positive for covert 19 beginning a mandatory 10 Day quarantine. He's also expected to be waived as the Bulls continue their pre season with a game in Oklahoma City tomorrow to Paul called off two more men's basketball games this week because of positive covert 19 tests. Paul is canceled or postponed. 10 games college basketball today has Northwestern playing Quincy this afternoon Welsh Ryan Arena to 45 of the pre game three o'clock Sit with the event. Enjoy fire here on WGN. Elsewhere. Illinois State hosting Chicago ST 13th, ranked Illinois, opening of Big 10 play at home against undefeated Minnesota and loyal they will visit number 12, Wisconsin. Maybe maser, WGN sports. Now, the forecast from the WGN Chicago Weather Center Let's check in with meteorologist Mike Hammer Dick. Mostly cloudy skies today on this Tuesday that we could see some filtered sunshine from time to time. Continued on the cold side That sun is gonna help out much Look for high 32 degrees northeast winds off the lake at 7 15 MPH Tonight cloudy If you like flurries of possible low 25 For tomorrow cloudy with a chance of light snow, mainly south and along the lakefront 34 for the higher ones did it could be a dusting of accumulation in a few spots. Thursday. Mostly cloudy 35 Friday partly sunny high 40 and on Saturday mostly cloudy chance for a few Sprinkles and a higher on 40 from the WGN Weather Center on my camera. Cloudy skies Right now it's 21. No hair 25 had Midway 30 along the lakefront. It's 25 this morning in Kenosha. The wind shell. It'll here this morning is 15. Now your money on WGN. And here is O'Ryan Samuelson and good morning to you. The main indices on Wall Street opened higher today.
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"Of life or death. First health care workers in Illinois will be receiving the coded 19 vaccine a little bit later this morning at Loreto Hospital here in Chicago. First shipment arrived to the Illinois strategic stockpile yesterday. More than 109,000 doses arrived, Lorenzo CEO George Miller Jr says this day is especially significant for the Westside community is primarily because unfortunately because of the fact of the disparities, inequities that exist in the African American Latino ex communities across the land and certainly here in Chicago. Moreno is in the Austin neighborhood in that ZIP code has the highest death rates from Cove it in the entire city Mayor life. It will be at Loreto later this morning at 10 30. With the first dose being administered. Their hospital plans to receive 2000 doses tomorrow. At the same time, health care workers will be vaccinated in downstate Peoria. Governor Pritzker will be on hand for that. As the rollout of the vaccine gets underway here in Illinois, the State Health Department has announced more than 7200 new confirmed and probable cases of covert 19 and 103 more deaths in the state. The statewide positivity rate is also dropping just a little bit to 8.7%. Police in Gary A. Looking for a murder suspect who escaped from a prisoner van yesterday, WGN. Steve Roxton reportedly say a 22 year old Leon Taylor of Hamid is accused of escaping a private prisoner van at about 3 P.m. in the area of 35th and Grant at agent from Ready Transports reportedly was transporting Taylor from Texas at the time of the escape. Taylor, who's described as 6 FT, tall and £162 and wearing a gray hoody was wearing a belly chain with handcuffs and a leg brace is one Done a murder charge and he Chicago and is no into frequent. Gary Chicago and Hammond. Steve Ruxton, WGN New There's an Amber alert out of Wisconsin for missing 10 year old girl Jocelyn van done was last seen on Saturday near Walworth. That's near Lake Geneva. She was last seen wearing a white T shirt with a picture of the Eiffel Tower, along with black pants and black shoes. She's believed to be with her biological father, Jonathan van done, perhaps driving a 2014 white Dodge Ram pickup truck pulling a camper. With Wisconsin plates in Illinois House Investigative committee has wrapped up an investigation into possible wrongdoing by House Speaker Michael Madigan, who was implicated in the comment. Bribery scandal. Body took no action. The committee met just three times and heard from only one witness, Republican state representative Dan Masaki of Westmont demanded a further investigation. You can't look at this pattern and practice and see and understand why Illinois is mired in corruption. And problems. I somehow even wonder if a federal indictment would change your mind. Democrats say issuing subpoenas would have put a federal investigation into jeopardy and claimed Republicans or just seeking political gain. Now, with WGN SPORTS. Here's Andy Maser. For the second time. The last three seasons, the Northwestern Wildcats are playing for the Big 10 championship. They were there in 2018 and faced the same opponent they will. Saturday. The Ohio State Buckeyes. Last time didn't go so well. This time around receiver Riley lease and his teammates have a shot at redemption. Think last time we had the approach of we were happy to win the West, but I think our goals are superceded. That and our expectations our to win when the Big 10 championship On. That's gonna be our mindset going into this game. How the Wildcats and Buckeyes from Indianapolis Saturday. Our coverage begins at 10 in the morning. The kickoff of they vented and said, All right, that 11 right here on WGN Radio, Northwestern's athletic director, Jim Phillips is leaving. After a successful run in Evanston, Philip stained the new commissioner, All of the A. C C. Washington had to pull out of the Pac 12 football championship game because of covert 19 issues in the Huskies program. Organ will now step in employee number 13, USC for the conference title on Friday, an off day for the Bears in Lake Forest. Today, they'll get back to work tomorrow, getting ready for a crucial game of the Vikings in Minneapolis, both teams cleaning to faint playoff of each at six and seven. The NFL won't be cutting in life for a Corona virus. Vaccine Commissioner Roger Goodell said yesterday that as covert 19 vaccines are distributed across the country, the league will not be jumping in front to get them ahead of Super Bowl 55 in February. Goodell stressing the need for vaccines to go to those who are operate E first Paul is called off two more men's basketball games because of positive coping. 19 tests That'll push the start of the season back until at least next week to Paul has had to cancel or postpone 10 games. Cleveland Indians are changing their name likely after the 2021 season ownership says the team will continue to be called the Indians until the new name is chosen. They will not adopt an interim name until choosing a new one and pioneering Chicago sports journalist Jeannie Morris died yesterday at the age of 85. In 1975. She became the first woman to report live from a Super Bowl. She covered sports locally. Here in Chicago, a long career channel five And Channel two. I'm Andy Maser, WGN sports Now the forecast from the WGN Chicago Weather Center Here's meteorologist Mike Cameron in the chill continues across the Chicago Land area today, mostly cloudy skies with continued cold conditions 32 for the high That's it Are these windows 7 15 MPH Tonight cloudy A few light flurries will be possible low 25 For tomorrow cloudy with a chance for some light snow. Maybe South and Lake side could be a dusting of accumulation in a few spots High and Wednesday. 34 Thursday mostly cloudy 35 Friday partly sunny 40. And on Saturday mostly cloudy chance for a few Sprinkles and high around 40 from the WGN Weather Center. I'm my camera up to $20 over here with cloudy skies, the windshield now 11 there at Midway. It's 23 at the lake Friday. It's 28. At the DuPage airport this morning. It's 17 the windshield There is 10. Now, your money on WGN the doubts that you opened higher this morning, one day after stocks gave up gains and.
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"President elect Joe Biden has cleared 270 votes in the electoral College count that formalizes his victory over President Trump. President Trump has still refused to concede to Joe Biden the U. S death toll from the coronavirus topping 300,000. Today, just as the vaccine that could help conquer the outbreak is being rolled out. Illinois is getting thousands of new Shug vaccines today. 43,000 doses. Are being shipped to Illinois. The first shots will be administered tomorrow in Chicago at Loreto Hospital on the west Side of Chicago in Illinois. Another 7214 Positive cove in 19 tests and 103 more deaths tied to the outbreak. Today. The Illinois House committee that is investigating embattled House Speaker Michael Madigan, a Democratic run committee voted to clear mad again of any wrongdoing. The Republicans on the committee say it's a sham. And they are calling on voters in district's, where the state rep might be voting for Madigan to call their state reps and voice opposition to that mad again. Has been implicated in the Commonwealth Edison bribery scandal, but he has not been charged with wrongdoing. WLS NEWS Time for 32. Is.
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"Joe Biden holds a comfortable advantage ahead of Tuesday's election. A new National Fox News poll released Friday shows the Democratic nominee with an eight point lead over President Trump. That's 52% for Biden and 44 for Trump, while 2% are backing a third party candidate. Additionally, the former vice president also has a higher favorability rating of 55%. Compared to Trump at 44%. San Francisco is putting next week's reopening plans on pause after what mayor London Breed calls a slight uptick in Corona virus cases. Though the seven day average positivity rate remains at 0.89% hospitalizations air up by about 11 cases from last week, officers and restaurants must stay at 25% capacity. San Francisco continues to be on the state monitoring systems yellow tear, which is considered the least restrictive tear. The 17 year old Kenosha shooter is returning to Wisconsin. Brian Shook reports. Judge Paul Novak of Lake County, Illinois, ordered Kyle written houses extradition Friday to an adult prison across the state line. Rittenhouse is charged with first degree murder and five other criminal counts after fatally shooting two people and injuring a third during protests in August following the police shooting of Jacob Blake. He claims he was acting in self defense. I'm Brian Shook and illegal immigrants Stash house in South Texas is closed after a joint operation between federal and local law enforcement, the Border Patrol and Loreto Police Department search the stash house in Loreto on Thursday. Agents say they found it 68 people inside all in the country illegally. Ah holding company is breaking open the piggy bank for Duncan inspire brands will acquire the coffee and Donut giant, which owns Baskin Robbins for 11 point. $3 billion price tag includes taking on Duncan's death. You're listening to the latest from NBC News radio, Joan Esposito Live local and progressive on 8:20 A.M.. W. CPT Willow Springs is powered by comment. If you need help with your bill call, comment at 800 Edison won thiss isn't about prejudice or passionate prejudgment or anything about the presentation of the facts. It's about preserving our constitution. About patriotism. That is what this is a 20, where facts matter in a tablespoon of seawater there typically more viruses than there are people in Europe. 2011 paper, published in Nature Microbiology estimated that there are more than one quintillion viruses on Earth laid them all end to end and they'd stretch 100 million light years or 1000 times the breadth of the Milky Way. Think theory. Radio with Jamie and Purdue Saturdays at 6 P.M. You, cpt, a 20. Stephanie Miller here with a few.
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"Security forces in Peru's Amazon region have killed two members of an indigenous community during a protest against oil spills on the impact off the corona virus. About 20 others were injured. Leonardo Russia, reports peruse Interior Ministry said it about 70 indigenous people armed with Spears attacked an oil well operator by Canadian firm in Loreto province. The company. Petro Tout said it was forced to suspend operations in the area. Groups representing indigenous people say locals are frustrated after years off environmental damage and general neglect. They say The crisis has worsened since the beginning ofthe the pandemic, which has had a devastating effect on the Peruvian economy and has overwhelmed the health services.
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"Year the circle? Halloween party when as a beautiful African woman. Oh, yeah. He ain't black you have tanning lotion makeup. That was a little bit. What is it with these people? So Bihar obsessed with being a beautiful black woman and describes how she did it. And let's go back February tenth two thousand to comedy central the man show. None other than Jimmy Kimmel. Impersonating Karl Malone of the N B A sometime night, call below look at sky and say what the hell's going on up there? One other planet cornhole like calm Loreto al-tv about why people getting deducted by Elliott. Call malone. Never see no flying saucer himself. But if he do that won't be a spooky you wonder why Jimmy Kimmel and somebody is there a late night. Clowns are not even talking about governor now them and the black face photo in the yearbook not even talk because he's people all have done it themselves. There's something about leftists look at Rachel docile dollas all running around. As as as as white as anything that you're going to imagine saying that she's wack. And these people all dressing up in black waste doing minstrel shows and Maud Vahard doing governor Naw them these people all at the same time rant and rave in about one. A bunch of racists pigs. We conservatives are. They don't even want to talk. About their own passed out. Ladies and gentlemen, I found this somewhat interesting in our bumper rotation is a forty year old song. And I have noted it practically every time. It comes up in the rotation. It's prison called ain't on Kuessel by an Italian artist named. Selling tunnel. Yeah. Ed Riano selling Tahoe. What it turns out that NPR decided to do a miniature profile on this song? I'm wondering how wide NPR ever hear about this. I know that NPR has people monitoring this program, and they occasionally translate this program for the NPR audience. So that NPR audience members can know what? Conservatism sounds like I'm wondering if they heard me play the tune in the bumper rotation and talk about it, and they went out and looked it up. I I became aware of the song. It was played in one of these. It was a TV show. Forget work on the kidnapping of J Paul Getty's grandson. And Hilary swank is playing the mother of the kidnapped kid, and she's in some little talion matchbox car driving around Rome in the song is on the radio. And I said, well, what is that always looking for bumper music? And the the close captioning shows aimed it is what I did. I got the close captioning. Had this weird looking word. There was no way that it was accurate. I thought so I should. And I came up with the song. So we set about finding it. And there's a history behind it. Adriaan? Oh. Selling tano? Had major tough time learning English. He just couldn't learn it. He thought it was the weirdest oddest language. So he recorded a song. That is supposed to be what English sounds like two people who don't speak it. It's forty years old this week. I think is the anniversary of the song was a huge hit in Italy. And nowhere else. And he sings it in the lyrics mean nothing he literally ad-lib this. And just created lyrics words sounds. They're not even any words in this thing. And I wanted to this play it share a little bit of because I find it fascinating. That this is what this guy claims English sounds like. To him. Let me try hitting the slave holding him holding what version of this? Do you have? Okay. Mr. engineer what version of? Okay. The classroom intro K. We'll go ahead and hit it. Let's say if what I'm.
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