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Chicago Mayor Lightfoot Posts Maskless Photo at WNBA Game, Violating Indoor Mask Mandates

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:39 min | Last month

Chicago Mayor Lightfoot Posts Maskless Photo at WNBA Game, Violating Indoor Mask Mandates

"You think Lori Lightfoot cares that there's any pushback over her? Celebrating a WNBA, basketball teams win in the middle of a crowd indoors without her mask on. You think she cares? She just wants the police officers in Chicago fired. She wants to fire the cops. For not following the vaccine mandate. But she doesn't have to follow the mask mandate that she imposed. She's Lori Lightfoot. Biden doesn't need to follow the mask mandate that he imposed. He's Joe Biden. That's the point they know. You think Joe Biden doesn't know he's gonna get photographed? He's the president of the United States. You think somebody's gonna take his picture? Is he's walking through a restaurant? Well, of course they are. He doesn't care. Heck, Lori Lightfoot's picture. The one that she's sitting there grinning ear to ear in the crowd full of masked up people, you know why the people in the stands are mashed up 'cause they have to, 'cause that is the rules. But those rules don't apply to her. She's Lori Lightfoot. She's the mayor. His rules for thee not me. And they know it. She posted the picture. She doesn't care? But fire those police officers fire that Washington state football coach, fire that ESPN reporter fire that nurse fired that state trooper fire people who don't follow the Democrat rules.

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"mayor lightfoot" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:52 min | Last month

"mayor lightfoot" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Now at O'Hare 70 at midway 69 along the lakefront Community activists calling on mayor Lori Lightfoot and the fraternal order of police to come together over the city's vaccine mandate This comes after a new memo from Chicago police brass that was leaked last night threatening to fire officers who do not follow the city's vaccine policy The memo says the police will are that the policy that is will be read at roll calls over the next week Father Michael spoke to ABC 7 I'm also acting for the sake of our city that the mayor and the FOP president come together and invite faith leaders Faith leaders of their own choosing To come in and negotiate and work this out and come out of the room unified The FOP responded to the memo with a photo of mayor lightfoot posing masket after the sky game The memo called the mayor the epitome of hypocrisy Mayor lightfoot is expected to discuss the matter at a three 30 press conference The Biden administration asked the U.S. Supreme Court today to suspend the restrictive abortion law in Texas Here is ABC's Aaron couturier In its emergency request to the U.S. Supreme Court the Justice Department said the Texas abortion law known as SB 8 is clearly unconstitutional allowing SBA to remain in force the filing said would perpetuate the ongoing irreparable injury to the thousands of Texas women who were being denied their constitutional rights justice Alito who oversees the judicial district that includes Texas is likely to request a response from the state before referring the matter to the full court for a decision And sad news today Colin Powell former joint chief chairman and Secretary of State has died from COVID-19 complications in an announcement sent on social media today the family said Powell had been fully vaccinated He was 84 Wls news time one 32 Taking a look at traffic.

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"mayor lightfoot" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:49 min | 2 months ago

"mayor lightfoot" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Mayor Lightfoot says the project help so here remain one of the country's Keyport. For example, In the first half of 2020 alone, the airport process more cargo by value than any other U. S court. And yes, that includes land, air or sea. That's a tremendous accomplishment, She says. The project will also result in more passengers through O hare and more cargo, which she says will stimulate the local economy. Now, WGN Sports with Dave Bennett. Good morning, It had trouble written all over it for the Dallas Cowboys when they took a one point lead on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the season opener with 90 seconds to go. Too much time for Tom Brady, who took over his own. 25 promptly drove the Buccaneers 57 yards to Ryan Suck Ups 36 yard field goal with two seconds left in Tampa Bay began defensive. It's Super Bowl title with the 31 29 wins, Brady threw for 366 yards and four touchdowns. And two interceptions. The Cowboys Dak Prescott 403 yards in three scores in his first game back from the season ending ankle injury Sunday. It's the Bears and the Rams will talk about them with Hall of Famer Dan Hampton this morning at 8 48. Don't forget pre and post happen Obi starting Sunday at six A. W G. N Tomorrow. College football, including Northwestern hosting Indiana State, as the Wildcats look to rebound from their season opening loss to Michigan State at 11 0 clock kickoff tomorrow pregame at 10 30. We'll talk to coach Pat Fitzgerald this morning at 709, but the White Sox and Cubs are home today. The stocks coming off a 31 loss in Oakland, ended two and four road trip. But Carlos wrote Don back on the mound tonight against Boston and Kris Bryant Back at Wrigley Field Today in a new uniform,.

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How Chicago Schools Are Dealing With COVID-19

Anna Davlantes

00:29 sec | 3 months ago

How Chicago Schools Are Dealing With COVID-19

"Monday is the first day of school for Chicago Public school students were masks and social distancing will be mandatory teachers and staff will have to be vaccinated by October. 15th and Mayor Lightfoot says schools will be safe and everyone will be tested weekly anyone the test positive We're going to follow the C D ph protocols and that information Will be readily available to parents before the start of school Monday. Startup school comes as the Delta variants sparks an increasing coronavirus cases in Chicago and around the

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Chicago Announces COVID Vaccine Mandate for All City Workers

Anna Davlantes

00:24 sec | 3 months ago

Chicago Announces COVID Vaccine Mandate for All City Workers

"All city of Chicago employees are now required to be fully vaccinated, effective October 15th all city employees must be two weeks past their second vaccine or their single dose. Johnson and Johnson vaccine Mayor Lightfoot putting out a statement saying that while masks and social distancing are in place, vaccines are the most effective stance against the virus. Based on the timeline provided city workers have around three weeks to schedule their first dose for September.

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Do Democrats Just Not Care About America?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:09 min | 3 months ago

Do Democrats Just Not Care About America?

"Do democrats care about americans. Is that what it really comes. Down to two democrats just care by getting reelected and somehow getting woke mob to keep putting them empowers pandering by the democrats and look merrill lightfoot in chicago and the way that disrespected. The memory of office of french was brutally murdered in the city of chicago. Chicago police officer was murdered. For whom an honor guard was not allowed to be held by mayor lightfoot. even though she'll out hundreds of thousands allow palooza just a few weeks ago. Do the democrats question. Do the democrats not love. America look you look at what's going on at the border and it's not like this surprise. The same thing happened during obama. He went back to policies away from policies that were working to protect america's to policies that he knew would help the cartels and that would cause cry. That people would die that more people would die. Owed drugs from the cartels. And yes i'd have to say. He has the mother higher purpose than taking care of the american people but he doesn't care about their wealth and their and their safety.

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Fatal Shooting of Chicago Officer Widens Breach Between Mayor Lightfoot and Police

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:57 min | 3 months ago

Fatal Shooting of Chicago Officer Widens Breach Between Mayor Lightfoot and Police

"Take some calls on this subject of mayor lori lightfoot and crime in chicago in the wake of devastating police shooting this past weekend. Let's go to line three mike who's in chicago illinois. Hello mike hi. Thanks for taking my talk call. You're doing a great job. Say i'm not surprised at the mayor because she's been showing her true colors for years. She's always hated police. She hates christians west year. She sent the police. It's traffic aides to write tickets around churches that remained open and refused to close down private independent churches. She wouldn't let anyone go to comiskey park wingfield baseball games but she was in the paper sky box with her family. She could do things no one else can do. And they're the same. And i don't know if you know this but a week before. This police officer was tragically killed. It was on the internet but the local news for refuse to pick up. The police officers were attacked and beaten and they are afraid to pull their weapons out absolutely. I'm glad that you brought up that example mike because there was a similar incident just a few days ago in boston in front of the boston public library where police three police officers were brutally beaten by someone who they were wanting to arrest in who is of course resisting arrest. You are right. Mayor lightfoot does not care about police. Where is her outrage about this again. Just last thing that i played a video of her responding and she was just saying. Oh it's a very emotional time. Where is her outraged. She doesn't sound devastated or angry. Because she doesn't care

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Police Rightfully Give Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot the Cold Shoulder

Mark Levin

01:04 min | 4 months ago

Police Rightfully Give Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot the Cold Shoulder

"Lori Lightfoot was given the cold shoulder. Chicago police officer L. A French, as you know, was killed. Just moments before about 30 officers turned their backs on the mayor Lightfoot tried to talk to the mayor, Officers, father The male officers file and none of the one the one in severe critical condition. Who himself is a retired Chicago police officer. He clearly wanted nothing to do with life foot, according to two sources who were there. The father excoriated the mayor and blamed her for what had happened. One source said Lightfoot handled herself well. Obviously one of the PR flacks for her. As the father yell at her, she listened and treated him with respect. Then it was suggested Lightfoot's a few words to nearby grieving officers. But as she approached, they all walked away from her to the other side of the Bank of chairs turn their backs. On her. Sources said. Um And even her statement was so bizarre.

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Woman, 55, carjacked outside South Loop Target in Chicago

The Sinatra Hours

00:18 sec | 8 months ago

Woman, 55, carjacked outside South Loop Target in Chicago

"Approached when behind by three men who took her keys. 55 year old tried to fight back, but police say was pushed to the ground as one man drove off in her black out AQ five. Chicago Mayor Lightfoot is appealing for calm ahead of the release of a body camera video showing the fatal

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21-Month-Old Boy Shot In Chicago Remains In Critical Condition

Bob Sirott

00:33 sec | 8 months ago

21-Month-Old Boy Shot In Chicago Remains In Critical Condition

"Schools is yet Word from relatives of the 21 month old boy shot on Lake Shore Drive yesterday is that he is recovering. Authorities say the boy was writing in a child safety seat with his grandmother in her boyfriend. Then a road rage incident occurred near Soldier Field shots were fired and the boy was hit in the head. He remains in critical condition. However, relatives say that he is making progress. And the boy's great grandfather says he has ideas about gun violence in Chicago and would like to sit down with Mayor Lightfoot and police

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7 people injured in overnight shooting in Englewood, Chicago

John Williams

00:34 sec | 8 months ago

7 people injured in overnight shooting in Englewood, Chicago

"Injured seven people, one seriously. An update from WGN's Glenn Marshall Police were on the scene investigating the shooting moments after people were taken to hospitals. Police told told us us that that happened happened around around 11 11 P.m. P.m. last last night night near near the the Corner Corner of of 68 68 Self, Self, Justine Justine and and Inglewood. Inglewood. Ah, Ah, 39 39 year year old old woman woman is is in in serious serious condition condition here here at at the the University University of of Chicago Chicago Hospital Hospital after after she was shot in the arm and abdomen. Police say an altercation on a sidewalk led to the shootings. The woman is at the University of Chicago Hospital, the others taken to area hospitals in fair condition. No one is in custody. Mayor Lightfoot's calling for a

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Mayor Lightfoot delivers address to acknowledge one-year anniversary of COVID-19 in Chicago

Dave Plier

00:29 sec | 9 months ago

Mayor Lightfoot delivers address to acknowledge one-year anniversary of COVID-19 in Chicago

"Chicago Mayor Lightfoot delivered an address from City Hall Friday afternoon marking the one year anniversary of the coronavirus in Chicago. Some of my harvest monuments is mayor had been making decisions that I knew what Harvey business Cause someone to lose their job. We're seeing firsthand the tremendous burdens that people are carrying. Without any relief. The mayor held a moment of silence honoring the 5000 Chicagoans who died so far

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Mayor Lightfoot Thanks City Workers as Chicago's Restaurant Week Kicks Off

WGN Programming

00:40 sec | 9 months ago

Mayor Lightfoot Thanks City Workers as Chicago's Restaurant Week Kicks Off

"Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot could decide to keep city restrictions at current levels. Given its high population and separate Coben 19 vaccine program. The city is expected to shed light soon on its plan. Today, the mayor thanks city workers as she officially kicked up restaurant Week. Every city department that has Sacrifice. It has worked their tails off to make sure that we have a solid infrastructure for distributing vest room, speaking from the city's Central Command Center restaurant week runs through April, 4th. And for the first time it includes take out and delivery in addition to the usual indoor and outdoor dining reservations,

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Mayor Lori Lightfoot on Chicago’s COVID-19 Response And Vaccine Roll Out

Chicago Tonight

01:47 min | 9 months ago

Mayor Lori Lightfoot on Chicago’s COVID-19 Response And Vaccine Roll Out

"The mayor of chicago has to be prepared to deal with many serious issues at once but lori lightfoot could not have foreseen managing a global pandemic as part of the job when she first ran for mayor now one year since the first state shutdowns the city is gradually becoming vaccinated and a potential return to normal is within sight joining us now to talk about the city's covid nineteen response and what's to come is mayor lori lightfoot mayor lightfoot thank you for being with us. Let's start with the news of this week. You announce that residents in the one see category will be eligible for the vaccine starting march twenty nine so that includes folks in industries like it finance law media etc. Will the city have enough supply to meet that. Substantial demand in short order look also wanted to note that it also includes a lot of essential workers Particularly restaurant workers and other folks that have been on. The front lines are going to get their opportunity. Starting march twenty nine. The reality is we will open up and just as we did with one a and one. B people will sign up for appointments. And then it'll be a little bit of time between when sign up for and then you're actually able to get other vaccine but we've been getting encouraging news of from the federal government about an increase vaccine supply particularly into april and may so we feel very optimistic but as has been the case along people are going to have to be patient off. We were not going to have immediately all the vaccine to fit that increase volume in demand. But we will get there and now we've i think building infrastructure and it's been very well tested so i feel confident about our ability to meet growing me

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Chicago to expand vaccine eligibility to most residents by end of March

WGN Programming

00:33 sec | 9 months ago

Chicago to expand vaccine eligibility to most residents by end of March

"Become eligible for a covert 19 vaccine the end of this month. WGN's Jen DeSalvo Mayor Lightfoot announcing today that the city has the opportunity to open more eligibility for covert 19 vaccinations. Vaccination eligibility will be expanded to residents who have underlying conditions essential workers such as restaurants, hotels, hairdressers, clergy construction Delivery and warehouse workers just to name a few. Chicago was on track to administer it's one million dose by next week.

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Chicago community leaders call on Mayor Lightfoot to tackle crime in wake of gang-related mass shooting

John Williams

00:37 sec | 9 months ago

Chicago community leaders call on Mayor Lightfoot to tackle crime in wake of gang-related mass shooting

"Morning in Chicago scurried her gray and crossing neighborhood, leaving at least two dead. Police say a shooter opened fire just before five in the morning at a party in the 6700 block of South Chicago Avenue, 15 people were hit. Community activist Jamal Green called on their Lightfoot and city of leadership for guidance. We have to really get to a real intentional, intentional plan intentional solutions on how we're going to tackle crime. Obviously way No, it's not with police. Police believe the shooting was gang related for guns recovered at the scene. No one is in custody and

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Chicago River dyed green for St. Patrick’s Day

Eye on Travel

00:34 sec | 9 months ago

Chicago River dyed green for St. Patrick’s Day

"It 50% capacity for ST Patrick's Day weekend, But Mayor Lightfoot's given the green light to dying the river green. The river runs Green, a Saturday surprise. Come here every year. We hope for the best we got lucky this year way still came last year, regardless supported the city had so much fun, but we're so happy. Never gets old. Nice to see one thing that's normal. We feel it's a sense of pride in our heritage. But it's just such a good city tradition. I mean, we've been doing this for about I don't know how long time decades with WGN

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Chicago River dyed green for St. Patrick’s Day

Eye on Travel

00:34 sec | 9 months ago

Chicago River dyed green for St. Patrick’s Day

"50% it 50% capacity capacity for ST for ST Patrick's Patrick's Day weekend, Day weekend, But But Mayor Mayor Lightfoot's Lightfoot's given given the green the green light light to dying to dying the river the river green. green. The The river river runs runs Green, Green, a Saturday a Saturday surprise. surprise. Come Come here here every every year. year. We hope We hope for the for best the best we got we got lucky lucky this this year year way way still still came came last last year, year, regardless regardless supported supported the city the city had had so so much much fun, fun, but but we're we're so so happy. happy. Never Never gets gets old. old. Nice Nice to see to see one one thing thing that's that's normal. normal. We We feel feel it's it's a sense a sense of pride of pride in in our our heritage. heritage. But But it's just it's just such such a a good good city city tradition. tradition. I mean, I mean, we've we've been doing been doing this this for for about I about don't I don't know know how long how long time time decades decades with with WGN

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Chicago mayor proposes search warrant changes after botched raid

John Williams

01:26 min | 9 months ago

Chicago mayor proposes search warrant changes after botched raid

"Mayor life it unveil major reforms to what CPD does with a search warrant process. Following the botched raid of Anjanette Young's home in 2019 life. It says the new policy, then advised box raves requires they be reported immediately to supervisors, something that did not happen in the case of engine at young. We haven't heard a peep. From the inspector general on this issue. Where's he been? Same thing regarding Copa opened up an investigation in November of 19 and it for far as I can tell, did nothing for over a year until the video of Anjanette Young burst onto the scene. Under the plan, all warrants need to be approved by a deputy chief or higher. Female officer needs to be present for the execution of a warrant, and all officers must have their body cameras turned on the executive order, which is the form it is taking. Is open to public comment. Mayor Lightfoot actions are being looked at by 49th Ward Alderman Maria Haddon. She wants a public hearing in my opinion that someone prior to elected office but my career working on participatory democracy and and reopen unity engagement. I think it's a bit of a backwards process. You know, handing someone a finished product and asking for comment. Hadn't joined you Gone goes afternoon news

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Mayor Lightfoot, Chicago police officials discuss search warrant changes

WNYC Programming

01:01 min | 9 months ago

Mayor Lightfoot, Chicago police officials discuss search warrant changes

"Kentucky last year Put a spotlight on how police serve search warrants. NPR show Corley reports that today, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot proposed changes to the city search warrant policy as well. Sullivan earlier botched raid that she says was a clarion call for reform. Video of the incident. In February, 2019 shows police conducting a raid in the home of a black female social worker. She is crying, naked and handcuffed as she repeatedly tells police they're in the wrong place. Chicago's proposed new search warrant policy would require police to take several steps to verify information and for the most part of banned so called no knock warrants. Mayor Lori Lightfoot says to propose changes make clear for officers that no matter the circumstances That person and anyone found within the location must be treated with dignity and respect period. Lightfoot, who was not mayor of Chicago at the time of the raid, says the search warrant changes are needed to build trust between police and residents. Cheryl Corley. NPR NEWS Chicago stocks lost ground today the Dow was

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"mayor lightfoot" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"mayor lightfoot" Discussed on WGN Radio

"About what's going on in the City Council with Mayor Lightfoot. Who? Alderman Lopez generally does not agree completely. And what do you two agree about? You guys have a favorite dessert, Or is there some place that the minds meet with you and marry Lightfoot? Alderman Lopez? We agree that the sun will rise in the morning. I think that's about it. You are her Edvard Iliac, I think is this that we're kind of feel like we're getting back to the council Words of my youth. I think people like to make that kind of comparisons that the most recent in memory where we've seen all them in and the mayor fight, But I think our differences are not race for, uh or based on skin color. We have very much ideological differences, which I think is Very much noticeable. When you look at the coalition of people who seem to constantly be standing up against her, they trained they be incorporate many demographics in many parts of the city of Chicago. Unlike fight to the past, which usually look white Mama You broke up for a second there, Alderman Lopez. You there? E thought I've got married life. Forget you there for a second. Um, you're right. It is much different, of course, And there's two ways to look at things you know, there used to be a City council. That was a bit of a rubber stamp. Apologize if you don't like that, But under Mary Manual, certainly under Mayor Daley In the past, it seemed that everybody agreed on a lot that the mayor wanted or the negotiations were in back rooms and a lot of things past pretty pretty solidly. And now we're getting to a point where there's more disagreement, more discussion. That's not necessarily a bad thing. And one might even argue that that's the point of it. You know, the Senate is supposed to argue about things in City Council shouldn't just be a rubber stamp. You guys should argue and try to find the best solutions and push people back and forth. There should be checks and balances. So would you say that? Hey, let's not think this is the worst thing in the world that we're all fighting about things. No, I don't think it's I don't think it's bad it all that alderman and the mayor are sometimes at odds with each other. As long as what what you produced at the end of the day is for the betterment of the city of Chicago. If you're just fighting to be petty and bitter and personal Obviously, what we're doing is wrong. But if you're actually fighting to make a difference, and to train push and pull the other side to make a more perfect law or a better program, it's absolutely worth it. We only have a couple of minutes after I do want to ask you Alderman Lopez. I apologize because this wasn't on the docket to talk about today. But you were talking a lot about transparency and what you want out of out of the mayor and out of City Council and out of all of our elected politicians. And so I just want to ask you about the Puppy Mill ordinance because the Tribune wrote an article a couple of weeks ago about a puppy mill ordinance here in Chicago that it's been around for a while. That you're proposing in New Orleans and they're saying you've received from donations from from pet stores that they're tying into your what? They're calling reversal on this policy. Can you comment on that for me? We received our we were. We were in receipt of almost 2000 donations, which we were coming back to the people who sent them dollars in donations right now, $2000, right? Not 2000. Correct? Nearly Yeah. $2000 in donations, which we sent back to those people invested or owners of pet stores. At the end of the day. What we have seen is that the ordinance that is being proposed to try to close the loopholes with regards to puppy mills from 2014 creates a whole new set of of Loopholes that are going to allow for backyard breeding throughout every neighborhood in the city of Chicago. Another loophole This ordinance that was produced by myself and introduced by altering Coleman and I worked to try to put some standards when it comes to both rescues and pet shops. And where the sourcing of animals comes from. Let's be very clear about something dead. The ordinance that deals with puppy mills has not closed a single puppy mill. Anywhere in this country, and the language that is introduced by Ultimate Coleman and myself, has, in fact been accepted as great language by the Humane Society and other parts of the country. So why they have an objection to it being used here is beyond me, whether those donations to get your point Had any influence? No, because I didn't accept the donation. They were all turned back. Which is why most of the donations that were given do not show up on my report because it checks were sent back without ever being cashed. Is it true that the part of your proposal would be that, um, breeders that were found to be in good standing would be a you know, stores would be allowed to sell from breeders. Listen, I have ah, pure bred golden Golden doodle that I got from a place in in Indiana that that I found online and researched a little bit And I knew you know what I could that it was good. And so the tough part, though, is it seems, is that how is that regulated if a pet store was allowed to sell a puppy because we know it came from a good facility. How are we regulating and knowing that That is a good facility that they're getting that puppy from Well, there's certainly English that is in the ordinance that has been used in both at the federal level, which was advocated for by the Humane Society off the United States has been incorporated in this so that everything is Basically on a universal standard, but also when it comes to the fact that.

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"mayor lightfoot" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"mayor lightfoot" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Harry, Illinois more than 4200 new confirmed cases. And 22 new deaths reported yesterday. States positivity rate is still spiking. It is now at 5.3%. Governor. Pritzker blames President Trump for the rising number of cases in Illinois. He claims the president is modeling bad behavior. He doesn't wear a mask in public. He has rallies where they don't encourage people to wear masks in public. Truly, this is now you know, rhetoric that people understand and particularly in rural areas in my state that well, the president doesn't wear a mask. We don't need to wear a mask. It's not that dangerous. The truth of the matter is that it is very dangerous. It's your made the comments on CNN or Alan, Wisconsin Saturday, The president criticized Pritzker for closing down schools, and he accused the governor of using the Corona virus for political gain. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says If a deal is not cut on the Corona virus relief measure by tomorrow, we'll have to wait until after the election. Yesterday, she gave the White House a 48 hour deadline to strike a deal. She said the legislative process in the House and Senate will take time to play out. And if talks drag on, it will not be possible to get help to struggling Americans before the November 3rd election. The Senate is expected to vote on a smaller bill this week. But Democrats and President Trump say it's not big enough. House Democrats have already passed the $2 trillion stimulus plan. Many GOP senators oppose it. Koven 19 pandemic has resulted in a $1.2 billion billion dollar budget shortfall for the city of Chicago this week. Mayor Lightfoot is expected to announce how she plans to make up the difference. The Tribune reports. The mayor's considering $94 million property tax hike as one option it gas taxes also under consideration, more than three and city employees may also be laid off Mayor slated to outline these proposals Wednesday. Family bears have returned to the wild..

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"mayor lightfoot" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"mayor lightfoot" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Right. That was Mayor Lightfoot. Lightweight. You know, I love we're not goingto are not going to allow the police to do their job and come in and even protect federal property. It's madness. You know, we have more rioting, widespread looting all over Chicago there their version of the Miracle Mile if you want to call that after police were involved in a shooting This is happening every single solitary weekend, all throughout Chicago. This all happening after you know, a cop rioter rampage that actually went on one way. One paper described it and, you know, follow this police shooting. But you know, we see this pretty much every weekend in Chicago, Homicides now increased 50% in 20 2139% In July alone. Chicago rocked by all this violence again this weekend, Chicago police Met with anger after the shouldn't shooting took place, and this is just one neighborhood. You got Portland seeing thousands and thousands of day 73. Now, as so many people in Portland have been hurt. Neighborhoods literally are no longer safe. Businesses have had to stop elderly Portland woman hailed as a neighborhood hero after standing up to Antifa Same in Seattle City Council voting on a police budget cut, never ending. You know everything that's happening around the country and New York City. It's even a worse disaster would probably the dumbest mayor ever in the history of New York City, And it's getting worse now the Upper West Side of New York, Okay, they have welcoming parties for homeless that have spent, you know, now taxpayers in New York or paying for expensive four star hotels. In Portland. You gotta fire set in the headquarters of the police union there. Nobody seems to care and people are leaving New York in droves. They're going to be leaving Chicago in droves. They're gonna be leaving Seattle and Portland and droves. But that's why I'll give you one answered. There was New York Post article New York City's middle class families are now living a real live free run of the movie Escape from New York. Because of the squalid conditions. Upper West Side two new homeless shelters pack with junkies and registered effects of sex offenders, by the way, one block away from a school one block registered sex offenders. Brilliant idea, Comrade de Blasio now in New York City shootings or double what they were in 2019 rioters in Portland. I told you about a second ago here here to weigh in on all of this at the Leo Terrell 2.0, on Twitter is with us and Fox News. His own Geraldo Rivera. Rather, you know, One of the things that is to find your career is the the years that you spent as a what we call a street reporter, investigative reporter when you went into Willowbrook many many years ago and exposed corruption and you had a dramatic impact on shifting and forever changing how the mental health system is run for people that cannot take care of themselves. Thank goodness for that work. You did. But you know, this is what your signature is being out among people in every city and state, you know, always spoken to very close couples to dear two families. They're dear friends of ours in Chicago, where, as you know my talk show for 14 years I was in business with the Tribune Company there in Chicago..

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"mayor lightfoot" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"mayor lightfoot" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And here. W g N yur. Friday's going well, It's 1 33 this afternoon and again we did. We want to talk a little bit later about the new policies for this weekend that the superintendent And the mayor unveiled how they're going to be handling things. Did you get any of the highlights there? Steve Trended. From what? What you're seeing there. What's going to be different? We've heard about the bridges maybe used to go up. To sort of isolate downtown. We've heard that there's a curfew in effect 9 p.m. to six AM, unless you live in the area or work in the area need to be in the area that you're not allowed in the area certain areas downtown. I didn't know what else they were. They were mentioning there at the the news conference. Did you know they talked about a new social media task force, which is what I think Brendan Reilly was on with you talking about. Earlier this week to pay more attention to post and mayor Lightfoot says it will be monitored 24 hours a day. You know just politically, well more than politically, but it was significant that state's attorney Kim Foxx, was there alongside the mayor thought that that they were talking together because you know that reporting was and they will look. They were sniping at each other. Especially the mayor earlier this week, So I think they made a real effort to show a united front and Fox was talking about, you know that that they will prosecute looters. And even if you're just in the car with someone else who's stealing that, you know you are committing a crime and things like that, so I think they had a couple of messages there. They also talked about streets and sand being available to Help block off areas. They're going to put some concrete barriers up in areas and just generally, you know, I almost hate talking too much about this because it it sounds. It's almost as if you're predicting that is gonna happen. But you know their effort here was just to make sure you knew that they are ready on DH willing and able and what to watch this and hope for the best this weekend. Yeah, and it's obviously not a long term solution. Having a curfew and putting up built bridges is restricting everyone from the downtown area. But the solution you don't belong there for that moment. I mean, the solution is years long. That's the problem. Exactly. And I think that's what that's the frustrating part about where we are. Is that Communities that have been dis invested in him, then situations that have brought us to this point in time. You know, you look and say Okay, how do you solve this overnight? You can't. I know a lot of people, including the downtown alderman. And many of the business owners and people who live in that area were saying that you know, they wanted to see some sort of consequence for looting. I think the last I saw the number was up to 42 people. Who had been charged with felony with fellas. But when I understand they aren't charging people with misdemeanors, and I haven't seen any any charges of misdemeanors for any of the looting A retail theft yet if you weren't arrested by police at this point, I don't know how they would have gotten you. They did arrest of more than 100 people. I think there's about 100 Pio and I thought of that 142 got felony arrests. Felony charges. Excuse me. I don't know if she refused to prosecute the others or if they just four misdemeanors. I don't know that you're saying is that they need video proof for in order to press the charges, and that's one of the reasons why the police superintendent came out there. Had that news conference and said police you go to Chicago police dot org's see if you identify any of these folks, and we will then helped build the case for the state's attorney's office of that they will press charges and you know we were. We were talking about that today as well with the spokesman for the Police department because To make prove it's not just good enough to have a photo of someone on State Street. You know, you need every point. That's not proof of committing a crime. You need a little bit more specific than that, Maybe with something in their hands or inside a store Things like that. Yeah, And it's just me. I think there are some egregious examples. The guys live streaming himself as he's breaking into the ATM machine right in that guy. No, they really want to find in there. Couple others that they feel that they want to find. I know ultimate. Hopkins will be talking to us in the two o'clock. Our alderman Riley was on with us already, and he talked about how this was more coordinated than you think. There are a lot of folks there for different reasons, but that its core this had been preplanned. 12 U hauls were stolen in advance of this. 12 U hauls were then used to get the most High value targets in terms of getting millions of dollars worth of jewelry and high end goods and that kind of thing and that they sort of used this incident. Thie shooting. Of police officer shot back is the way the police have explained it to us at a 20 year old man who shot at them on that they use that in a false narrative about that, to sort of press. The go button is the way, Alderman Riley said. To start this event, but that at its core, there was a core group of folks who are very organized and very coordinated and lead sort of this attempt. To go out there and they're saying is that if this was happening on social media, and it was all unfolding Why weren't police in front of that? Why were they sort of monitoring it as well? And if they knew about it? Why weren't we more prepared to deal with it? It's a kind of policing strategies that although O'Reilly was asking for He said. Okay, you know, maybe you way probably need more police downtown. But this is actually more of what we do Need.

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"mayor lightfoot" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"mayor lightfoot" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Morning across the area, the storm's varied and intensity some of them had 100 mile an hour winds or higher. Mayor Lightfoot in the Chicago Firefighters union have agreed on a tentative short term contract. That includes $95 million in back pay obedience, Pam Jones reports. The plan calls for firefighters to contribute 1.5% mohr of their pay toward their healthcare. Retirees would also have to pay more of their retirement annuity toward their medical benefits. The deal would expire next summer. Union members still have to sign it, and the city Council still needs to approve it. Sam Jones. W G. A new woman has died after falling off a boat in the 59th Street Harbor overnight. Just after midnight, the woman slipped as she was climbing out of the vote. Divers from the Fire department pulled her out of the water. Her name hasn't been released yet, and police are investigating. Protesters gathered outside the seventh District, Chicago police headquarters last night in the city's angle would neighborhood that's where a police involved shooting happened Sunday near 57th and Racine following, followed by that violent downtown looting. Some who took part at the seventh District headquarters like Darryl Smith, tell WG and they don't want outsiders coming into their neighborhood, damaging community relations with police protest will schedule where they're going to come down here. Rumors headed they're gonna bust out the police windows, no matter what they were going to do. They weren't going to come to England antagonizing our police. And then when they go back home to the North side and Indiana are police are bitter and they're beating up our little black boys. So we're not gonna have the other groups like black lives matter and good kids, man. Add city were there to protest Sundays, police shooting Now with WG and sports. Here's David. Good morning, the Blackhawks made their official return to the Stanley Cup playoffs. Underdogs against the Vegas Golden Knights. They trailed to one after two periods. But in the third taken back by rightly Smith, he's into the Hawk's oni shoots and scars from the right circle. Crawford got a piece of it with the blacker, but the park toppled over him and ended up back in the back of the Hawks. Net. It's now 31 Vegas With just over 17 minutes left, Smith would score again later in the Golden Knights take Game one for the one expected takes serious. We expected to be a grind. We expect to face adversity. We did that We were right there, But we're gonna have to find a way to win some of these games. But we gotta put ourselves in that position as well. Coach Jeremy College and I'll try to find a way for them to do that. Tomorrow in Game two, you'll hear it at four o'clock on w. GM. Northwestern community, heartbroken by the Big Ten's decision postponed football and other fall sports. That's according to athletic director Jim Phillips in a statement, but he also called it a necessary decision. Commissioner Kevin Warren said uncertainty amid the pandemic was the main factor. Pac 12 joined the Big 10 and postponing football. But the other power five conferences say they're still on. For now. The Cubs returned from a four day absence with his 71 rappin Cleveland alloy. The Metas homer drove in fours. The White Sox beat Detroit ate four for their second win in seven games. One more in the Siri's later this morning. We'll have it at 11 35. David it w G N Sport Your money on W G N World shares here mostly higher today, with European benchmarks in U. S futures, mostly higher Britain's footsie is gained more than percent this morning. The markets in Paris or higher to Germany's DAX is slip just a little bit this morning out of concern of new Corona virus cases there. In Asia, Tokyo's Nikkei closed nearly 1/2 percent higher. Hong Kong's Hang sang surged nearly 1.5%. South Korea's index gained nearly half percent. The Shanghai Composite in China lost nearly 1/2 percent on Wall Street down NASDAQ and S and P Futures are higher. DAL futures Europe's 265 points. Delta is stepping up its diversity efforts among the top brass. The Atlanta Journal Constitution reports. The Georgia based airline is making it a priority to double the amount of black people serving his officers and directors within five years. Only two currently serve on the company's board of directors. The CEO at Bastion says the company's diversity is not reflective of the world that Delta serve's popular Halloween candy is getting a makeover just in time.

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"mayor lightfoot" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"mayor lightfoot" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"I think you'd you'd agree with me now. Mayor Lightfoot had a real moment of truth yesterday. Maybe maybe it could even be called that Come to Jesus moment. Mayor Lightfoot had to leave from her home yesterday. Because the protesters Were coming to her home. Now you remember what happened in Washington? Remember what happened in Oakland in Washington, They finally put an end to the chop zone when the protesters got to the mayor's mansion. And in Oakland, they finally voted not to defund the police when the protesters got to the mayor's house and sprayed graffiti all over it, and the mayor realized Oh, my God, they know where I am, If I don't do what they say. They will attack me and I need the police. So I'm wondering if there was a Cy said a come to Jesus moment for the mayor of Chicago. Thea other story that caught my attention. And I think you probably have seen it as well involves Children. And these were kids in Portland, who were marching with their parents. Now, I think it's a good idea for parents to teach kids about the First Amendment and the rights that they have in the first Amendment right to free speech, the right to stand up and tell your government you disagree with them. And it is a right you have a long to do it peacefully. But yesterday in Portland, the video that went viral Really explains who these people are. Now we're taught at a very young age. That Children are our born pure. They're blank slate. Children come into this world and they don't hate anything. They? They just want to be loved. They want to be fed. They want to be able to grow up. Children don't hate Hate is not a natural thing. So you have to teach you to. That's what we've been told. Racism has to be taught. You don't wake up and you're not born racist. You have to be taught to be a racist. You have to be taught to hate yesterday. This viral video showing kids probably as young as three years old, marching with Moms and maybe Dad's Who knows? They were chanting. Chanting something that also matched the placards. They were carrying the crudely scribbled placards they were carrying that said after the police And someone decided. Well, wouldn't it be great to take a video of the kids chanting and and marching and so they did all right, people. Power to the people. You're teaching hate to Children. Isn't that a wonderful thing? I've never seen anything like it. That to me is child abuse. That to me is Worth a call Tio CPS. If somebody knew who these kids parents were, it's one of the more disgusting displays your teaching Children to hate the people who they will ultimately need to call. When someone is breaking into their home. When they need help. I just don't even know what to say. And call me a snowflake for getting mad at that. But that to me is child abuse. Alright, I'm stepping aside. You want to join the conversation? Am I right? Am I wrong? Go ahead, stipulates.

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"mayor lightfoot" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"mayor lightfoot" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Bed. Just reports of an accident now at 95th heading in the bishop for the rest of the tollway's air looking good accident like Zurich South on rant at Old Rand Road Merry Band of Aldeburgh. Ian Traffic Central. The forecast from the WG and Chicago Weather Center. Here's meteorologist Mike Jensen will probably seem or clouds in sunshine here for the rest of today, and scattered thunderstorm potential be on the rise, especially late this afternoon. Look for highs in the mid to upper eighties. Showers and storms were likely this evening could see strong to severe storms is damaging winds and large hail being the biggest threats. Heavy rainfall potential could bring some flash flooding as well. Mainly cloudy skies were with us overnight as a drop into the upper sixties. Partly cloudy for Thursday highs in the mid eighties inland, closer 80th lakefront and mostly sunny on Friday with England hides in lower nineties but upper eighties by the lake. Partly cloudy, hot, humid conditions expected both Saturday and Sunday. Both days could bring a isolated or why the scattered showers. Thunderstorms highs in the mid nineties or expected, with heat index ratings between 101 105 degrees. We continue with partly cloudy skies on Monday and Tuesday, but it won't be as hot with inland highs in the upper eighties, lower ages at the lakefront, and there's still a chance for some hitting the showers and thunderstorms both Monday and Tuesday. On the double Gin Weather Center. I'm meteorologist. My chance. It's up to 85 degrees now at O'Hare, 83 admit to 81 at Chicago's lakefront. The city of Chicago is noticing an uptick of cove in 19 cases, especially among those under 30 and mayor Lightfoot is urging residents to be vigilant.

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"mayor lightfoot" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"mayor lightfoot" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Chicago. First of all and propose over announcement today stop trying to kill off the affordable care act. There's so much wrong with that statement. First of all, she accuses the president of a political move. Then she makes a political statement about Obamacare. That's what she did. You know, just a A political statement. Was it? I mean, is that what the president made if the president's statement was a political statement than his charges would have no merit, would they It would be an empty It would be an empty accusation. There'll be nothing behind it, but there were 87 more people shot over the weekend. 17 more killed over the weekend. It wasn't an empty her statement may have been an empty put, but his wasn't You know now Mayor Lightfoot talks about how this was just a perfect storm. That's exactly what she called it. You know, the perfect storm put the city on pace to record more murders than any year since 2016. She said. You know the virus force people to stay home for nearly three months brought the court system to near halt created a perfect storm, which means the worst possible circumstances, the underlying causes of violence. That's poverty, lack of hope, despair and not enough access to things that we know build healthy, strong families and communities. Those challenges remain and are being kind of compressed and There's way too many guns. Is Mayor Lightfoot full of it. Yes, there are poverty issues. But they didn't just appear in the past. You know, few few weeks or a few years for that matter, and economy was actually doing pretty good before the Corona virus. So it can't have been this long, You know, standing poverty issue is their longstanding poverty, of course. But while of a sudden the uptick maybe it's because you know she's not prosecuting people. Because they're defunding the police. You think maybe that might have something to do with the president tweeted by the way after the weekend's shooting, that the feds are really ready, willing and able to help Do you think that that the governor and the mayor of Chicago will take him up on that? Should they I think they should Sandy in west Roxbury. Welcome to W. B. C. How are you? Very well. Thank you. How are you? I'm fine. So what do you think? What do you think is too cause for all this violence? Well, before I say anything, can I just ask you a question? I know that Kanye West is running for president He running as a Democrat or a Republican. I have no idea. Oh, you don't know. Okay. I thought I'd miss that. No, I don't know. Yeah. Okay, Well, I totally agree with you. I just introduce a note of levity, which I really shouldn't. But if you remember the song from West Side story D of crappy as Yeah. I mean, that's the whole thing, you know. That That's it right there in the not tell. I mean, they just know that the police aren't going to do anything even there because they were afraid of being sued or because they're not being there being defunded or they're being deactivated and they can get away with it. And there is no moral compass. I mean, they see an opportunity to write and they take it. Yeah, And I think it's I think it's sad, but it's fixable. As long as it's recognized as a problem and people pitched in together, you know, governor knocked over commissioner Grass had was part of a press conference this morning and one of the reasons why Boston is doing better, even though we just had a spate of shootings were nowhere near the category of Chicago or New York. Or Atlanta for that matter on DH, he says. One of the differences is the fact that the community got together and we're helping the police with shootings were solved two of the five or solved immediately because the community was there to help the police people took personal responsibility and jumped on board to help the police radio about police it contained even think about it. Yeah, it isn't saying to even think about it, and it's scary unless you want to commit crimes, and then it's wonderful to think about that. It's a Mardi Gras, then it's you know, then it's all no holds barred. You know, Knock yourself out, because that's the message that they're sending. I mean, in Seattle, Do you remember Sandy? They basically told the police still believe the mayor. Told the police to re trolls. Didn't you miss the whole thing? Love love that poor man who lost his 19 year old son and he's couldn't even get to him. Macy's in Chancery went there. Seven shootings. I think two deaths and seven shootings or other more now and Chazz or chop, but I hope the people of Seattle paid attention and vote out there. Mayor the same that I hope that people in New York of paying attention to the fact that Mayor de Blasio seems to think that the answer is More family. Fun. Time and group therapy will help. You know it's crazy. It is crazy and his crazy Thank you for the cost, Sandy. I pretty here much have a good night. You know. So the the Georgia governor decided he wasn't gonna fool around and he decided to bring in the National Guard and we can talk about that. On the other side. The number is 617 to 5 for 10. 30 or triple 89 to 9 10 30 when a call drops off a line opens up. This is Nancy Shack. This is night side. Nightside With.

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"mayor lightfoot" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"mayor lightfoot" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Means legal parts actions for the young immigrants will continue mayor Lightfoot outlining plans this morning for re opening the lakefront trail on Monday saying it's important to keep moving and not to congregate while enjoying the lake front I can't emphasize that enough our re opening of any kind will only work if residents continue to act responsibly critically important in a news conference this past hour here on WG and the mayor says there'll be social distancing ambassadors on hand to make sure people are keeping their distance she also announced plans for re opening the six of six trails former national security adviser John Bolton says in a new book that president trump was driven by political calculations when he made national security decisions Bolton says trump pleaded with China's president G. during a twenty nineteen summit to buy more agricultural products from the U. S. in a bid to help trump's reelection chances Bolton says this about trump's deal making skills the president may well be a superb deal maker when it comes to Manhattan real estate dealing with arms limitation treaties on strategic weapons dealing in many many other international security issues are things far removed from his life experience president trump has accused Bolton of breaking the law by going ahead with the book is called him a washed up guy couldn't get Senate confirms I gave up my non Senate confirmed position I could just put in there see how we work and I wasn't very enamored the trump administration is pushing to temporarily blocked the release of the book written by Bolton called the room where it happens the department has filed an emergency application for a restraining order to stop it the win over chard Brooks says with father's day coming up all she can do is think about what if her husband was still here I'm really hurt father's day is coming up in all I can do is think about what if my husband was still here to make a note to thinking of their children as well the twenty seven year old left behind three daughters with his wife the oldest found out her dad died on the day of her birthday party all of this comes as the planet police said they have charged the cop who was involved with this with for felony murder another police officer has been charged with a less a lesser charge a new poll indicates about sixty eight percent of Americans believe discrimination against blacks is a serious problem the Quinnipiac poll of national voters shows sixty seven percent support for protests that followed the death of George Floyd voters surveyed also support removing the Confederate flag from public spaces by a fifty two to forty four percent margin nearly half of those polled approve of the job police are doing forty four percent disapprove now let's get an update on WGN sports sedan here's Andy maser baseball commissioner rob Manfred you to head Tony Clark every swat MOB describes as a framework to start the season July nineteenth or July twentieth each team will play sixty games in the players will get full pro rated pay plan include expanded plans for this year and next along with the universal DH the next two seasons the union didn't immediately embraced it as a deal is likely to counter with a longer schedule and more games regular baseball players trust announced it will donate one million dollars to minor leaguers who are unlikely to play this season because of coronavirus players not individually forty man roster have been the most adversely affected by the suspension of this season majority that review we are receiving a salary that is only four hundred dollars per week from their parent clubs well Santos Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn said NFL teams would be crazy not to add Colin cap predict their list of players to work out in preparation for this upcoming season of the charges are not skip a workout with Kaepernick Lynn did leave the door open for the possibility one could happen in the future the NC double a is laying out their plan for starting the twenty twenty college football season on time there is one council approved a six week practice plan for football that begins in July the team will then transition from the current voluntary workouts during the crossfire pandemic you typical mandatory meetings a preseason caps to prepare for the upcoming year the plan was finalized by the football oversight committee last week after months of discussion on the whole the Blackhawks northwestern Wildcats and white Sox baseball any major WGN sports your money on WGN sponsored by T. mobile for business visit T. mobile for business dot com stocks have opened lower on Wall Street but have been trying to move into the green now investors are finding a little to like in the latest developments on the corona virus outbreak in the impact it's having on the economy right now though the other side the Dallas back in positive territory up about eighteen points at twenty six thousand one hundred thirty eight the S. and P. is up three points the nasdaq is up about twenty two points this also comes this morning after the government reported out another one and a half million people filed for unemployment benefits last week that was more than the forecast but still marked eleven straight weekly decline since the peak in March bond yields fell this morning European markets were lower Asian markets ended mixed a Bloomberg news report claims the owners of mall of America in many Minnesota are those sixty days late on their mortgage payments the report says that the group named bill triple five group didn't make approximately seven million dollar payments for the month of June that would be the third straight month it's missed its payments the malls total mortgages about one point four billion dollars and I'm Steve percentage on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN little.

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"mayor lightfoot" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"mayor lightfoot" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Hi team ha mayor Lightfoot issues instead of police reform directives in the wake of the George Floyd killing Mitch Trubisky speaks out against racism in business US futures are higher in global stocks are up there with thirty minutes to go into the opening bell on Wall Street now with WGN traffickers merry Vanderbilt and traffic is sponsored by T. mobile all lanes are still blocked in both directions traveling on three fifty five between Butterfield in North Avenue with this rollover tanker truck in the roadway crews still on the scene it's been a couple hours now if you're heading on north bound you may want to take eighty eight North Avenue if you're heading south bound otherwise everything has been re open at eighty eight's on three fifty five that was another accident there in Montana the bishop Ford was still ramp closures at Sibley and one hundred and fifty nine thousand wise no ramp closures heading in on the Kennedy or the Eisenhower or the Stevenson police restrictions were in place last couple of days though a lake shore drive the exit ramps though to Randolph and lower Wacker still black grand Illinois access to Chicago Avenue will stay closed until further notice CTA's resuming service but not stopping at Jackson and Clark in lake and state and lake and lake and grand and Chicago most downtown bridges have been reopened Michigan however still closed metro will operate on a Sunday schedule today south shore it will run on a reduced schedule T. mobile and sprint are joining forces to build a network that will cover more offices and employees across the country you'll get the largest and most reliable network at an unbeatable price visit T. mobile for business.

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"mayor lightfoot" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"mayor lightfoot" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"The rules this is what mayor Lightfoot said over the weekend about people holding big parties party when you call your mom your grandma your whole soul underlying medical condition you are bringing down to their doorstep make no mistake about another forty six deaths in Illinois but that is the lowest number of the world's lowest one day total of new deaths for from the corona virus in the past two weeks the mayor of office also says that the city of Chicago death toll has reached a thousand she talked with reporters today and gave bill Cameron an interesting analogy about how long the pandemic is going to last here in New York charges according to researcher who says if the pandemic were a baseball game we'd only be in the second inning and so I asked the mayor what in in Chicago is in now well I think we might be a little further along in the second inning but we're not at the seventh inning stretch we're we're probably you're like the fourth inning I would say you know very very talking about looks like it's going to go into extra innings the mayor says this is truly a marathon bill Cameron eight ninety W. listening to your time says it's gotten a hold of an internal trump administration document showing that the corona virus model projects up to about three thousand daily deaths in America by June first the president reacting here's reporter Kaitlan Collins you saw the president last night revised the death toll up word of what he had been saying in recent.

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"mayor lightfoot" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"mayor lightfoot" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Dempsey mayor Lightfoot shuts down the lake front seven more Illinois deaths news is next but first the WLS weather channel forecast rain tonight overcast low thirty nine tomorrow cloudy with occasional afternoon rain high fifty one on Saturday more rain highs in the low sixties and lows in the mid forties checking our current conditions in the Chicago area thirty eight degrees at the lakefront forty two at midway forty one officially at o'hare discover congregating on the lake front to go jogging to go bike riding now mayor Lightfoot angered by that footage is shutting down the entire Chicago lakefront trail from the far south side all the way to the north side also parks Hey Jason to the lakefront are being shut down she's also shutting down the six oh six trail and the river walk to stop people from gathering in big groups this defeats the purpose of social distancing and Lightfoot says that a worst case scenario would have Chicago requiring forty thousand hospitalizations in the coming weeks she says we have to take this seriously a dramatic increase in the number of people in Illinois who have called at nineteen six hundred seventy three new cases since yesterday we now have over twenty five hundred cases twenty six people have died in Illinois from the.

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"mayor lightfoot" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"mayor lightfoot" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Lightfoot yesterday reiterated her call for calm when shopping I want to stress there's absolutely no need for people to rush the grocery stores are horrid any food or supplies we are in constant communication with major retailers to maintain a strong food supplies and they have and they will the mayor also said an emergency funds being raised by non profit associations is gone well over thirteen million dollars

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"mayor lightfoot" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"mayor lightfoot" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Temporary nurses mayor Lightfoot reportedly wants to give set asides to give an edge up on business with the city to gay owned companies Lightfoot who is gay herself reportedly he feels that to gay owned companies have had a history of discrimination so this is an idea that she is proposing over at city hall we're learning more about the whistle blower complaint involving president trump the complaint at a whistleblower in the intelligence community filed about a quote promise the president made reportedly involves Ukraine this according to The Washington Post The New York Times the president spoke to that country's recently elected president in July house Democrats are already looking into that call to see if the president and his lawyer Rudy guiliani tried to get the Ukrainian government to help the president's reelection effort meanwhile the intelligence community inspector general says he's not authorized to hear specifics of the complaint with the house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff was pondering legal action Jerry both under washing out of resident trump is tweeting about this this morning he wrote the radical left Democrats in their fake news media partners headed up again by little Adam Schiff. are bad in the batting zero for twenty one against me they're at it again he says what he the conversation he had with a foreign leader was quote a perfectly fine and respectful conversation he said there was nothing said wrong it was pitch perfect that is the tweet this morning from president trump. in the Fulton the Riverton neighborhood earlier this week a woman was shot and wounded by an individual on a bicycle now police releasing video of that suspect in a local bike repair shop about a block away just before the shooting happened the twenty nine year old woman is recovering from her injuries and police believe that this was a targeted shooting WLS news time nine oh.

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"mayor lightfoot" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"mayor lightfoot" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Red line station today. We're mayor Lightfoot and other city leaders say they've got all hands on deck. Trying to make sure that everybody can have a safe Memorial Day weekend. That red line stations been a magnet on several occasions. For teens out looking for or starting trouble believe superintendent Eddie Johnson. This is a flash point. So that's not new to use. The allows police presence down in this area, and has the mayor saying, you know, we welcome. Anybody to come down, but particularly young welcome to come down to join but we won't tolerate misbehave mayor Lightfoot says all city agencies of pull their resources to try and stem, the flow, violets Marlin shell below Pez remember this morning as a loving mother who worked hard to make a better life for her family before hers was cut short last month. Hundreds attended the funeral this morning in Stickney. President Trump is in Japan. He'll get an up close view of a sport that he says is fascinating. Here's ABC's terrible Mary wrestling match where he'll present the winner with the President's Cup. It's four and a half feet tall, and seventy pounds. It's quite something about the size of a small Simone wrestler. Maybe then President Trump will be sitting ringside at this event. And while everyone else will be seated on math on the floor. He will actually be sitting on a seat minority. Jin government says representatives of the Venezuelan government and the opposition. Are back in their country for a mediation effort aimed at resolving the political crises nearly twenty years of the Aryan nation compound was. Demolished in northern Idaho. Far-right extremist or again, a drawing attention in the Pacific northwest coordinated of the southern poverty Law Center, least nine different hate groups were operating in the region of Spokane. Northern Idaho last year. At least ten people displaced this morning. It was an apartment building. Fire in Humboldt park. Sports, traffic, and weather next on WGN. Flighting.

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