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"Curb appeal week now dot com welcome back to our f._d._a. Fifty illinois. I'm de las yongki friday. We talked with brian. Satori is about the field day. He was hosting in monarch johnny about wass cobs. One of the guests friday was the director of the environmental protection agency john kim well. It's a really impressive soda. The farm bureau was kind enough to invites are they just got to <hes> pity part in the presentations and there are a number of different organizations that are making presentations. I had a very nice conversation with brian satorius. Who is the host farmer and a member of the tiny farm bureau and it's just <hes> it's it's really great to hear how <hes> <hes> this kind of effort is being actively pursued and with a great deal of interest by farmers <hes> it's good that <hes> it makes sense they would be so position to try and <hes> you know everything they can to improve their their <hes> their breath of their farmland and have a practice in terms of conservation even though <hes> you were just a few months in the position as director director you've been with illinois u._p._a. For almost two and a half decades so hopefully a long time. There's been a good relationship on sure you dealt with agriculture in many different situations situations <hes> over those years yeah exactly <hes> you know it's the most important industry in the state gets <hes> something that detector. Everybody's lives doesn't really matter where you live here and <hes> i will say this about the cultural community <hes> remind tire todd on working for gay <hes> industry as a group. They've always been interested in working with the fate trying. Find find good solutions. If there are problems or situations that arise can everything we can to work with them and we've we've always been met with love a positive response and <hes> so it's a group that <hes> yeah i got nothing. History was and today's just another example as long as illinois e._p._a. Director john kim from the farm in menard county hosted by brian satorius. The field day about laws calms was was put together by gilderoy farm bureau menard county farm bureau u._s._d._a.'s in our c._s. Us college viagra cultural sciences as well as illinois in iraq back now to dc and who's from our washington correspondent maj as says the president's plan new tariff on remaining chinese exports to the u._s. is not going doing overwhelmed with american agriculture by the patience of many with pair so far a new ten percent tariff on all remaining three hundred billion in china's exports to the u._s. Starting september first after china gave no ground in renewed trade talks failed to buy more u._s. Goods as promised just spurred president trump to act but american farm bureau trade adviser. Dave solomon says it's not what farmers had in mind. We'd rather see the negotiations association than tariffs terrorists bring on more retaliation. I mean right now. China's basically retaliating with higher tariffs against almost all of u._s. Exports but of course so you can say well. What else can they do well. They can always raise you can always increase their ups or you could impose some non-tariff barriers sullivan's and says the president could still delay the new tear of again if there were positive developments though the next round of talks isn't until after trump september first tariff deadline fine meantime attention is also focused on japan. Now in trade talks with the u._s. We've been hearing some positive news that we hope very soon in fact things. I said maybe next month there would be some action. We could get a deal with japan focusing on agriculture approving beef pork and a low of variety of other product exports exports into japan. They're really time is of the essence as as every month goes by we falling behind our competitors who were getting better tariff treatment and lower tariff all the time farm bureau meantime praised senate passage of the family farm relief act to raise the chapter twelve bankruptcy dead cap to ten million dollars colors allowing more family farmers to seek debt relief a if b president zippy deval says the bill now headed to the president will help farmers deal with rising ising bankruptcies amid many years of weak commodity prices and falling profits but the r d radio network mad k. washington johnson did have a bounce back in friday's markets but when you compare where we were on july twelve where we were this past friday december corn dropped forty nine and three three quarters since and three weeks in november soybeans lost sixty three cents a bushel rita's up next than r._f._i._d. Curb appeal you know so it will you see and with the home depot. 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"menard county" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Visit the choice hotels website to search all the hotels at once and to make advance reservations contact your local county farm hero for your Discount Code number. Welcome back or if the little I am two loss Yankee or on the phone with breath Menard County farm bureau presidents Ryan Satorius who's hosting a field day along with when our Galley Farm Bureau Illinois Farm Bureau U._S._D._A. In our C._S.. In Iraq sl you college agricultural sciences talking about <hes> The new laws Cobb. You've put together so I guess the first question is what is a laws cop well. That's a very good question. <hes> I'm not a season guy but for season guys it is <hes> you could refer to it as a dry. Dam official is a water and sediment control basin. I'm impressed you got that so uh-huh practices <hes> you know heavy tillage in the fall we started getting erosion <hes> gullies and we had a neighbor to the West that we wanted to be considered of and you know our property was just starting to degrade his property so it was time to distance stuff so you're losing top OP soil bless all the nutrients that go with that and you know so you try to put a stop to that as quickly as again absolutely <hes> it's slowed down or efficiency in that field and they don't make topsoil made very fast and we were losing it faster than we were gaining yeah in our C._S. E._S.. In there as well I guess a simple question because burly costs to build a wise governor details building laws Cobb but this is something that hopefully is going the last you for a long time and improve the water quality there for a long time yeah absolutely <hes> so we were fortunate enough to be awarded equip grant for our county <hes> so that helped the cost share of this and you know farmers of knowing that a dry dam loskop has been beneficial to their operations but what we hope to get out of this data as far as water quality what's coming out of those tile lines and then what nutrient loads is is or is not staying in that he's property Brian Satorius Menard County farm bureau president host of the Field Day starts at ten o'clock tomorrow just a couple miles off state route ninety seven and follow the signs in from there about a wise cobb and influence on water quality in Rack Farm Bureau role in our C._S.. Sciences involved with the event. Get our regular report now from C.. Bridge our affiliate in Springfield Illinois always state fair begins next week fair opens on Thursday the twilight parade that Evening State Fair Manager Kevin Gordon says has there will be plenty of new things to see including a rather unique carousel they double decker thirty three story high <unk> A carousel Menagerie. There's only two of these. A tour of the United States is going to be part of your megapass should be a big draw fair goers. These are also going to have to keep a keen ear tune to the P._A.. System at the State Fair grounds for an opportunity to save a few bucks when walking around and taking the light in all of that available fair food when you hear this over the loudspeakers house speaker it can only mean one thing Illinois state fair feeding frenzy from two to five each day of the fair beginning the first Friday.
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"Absolutely I'll be sure to pass that along lots of news and information coming your way stay with this is our F._d.. Illinois <music> farmers would you like to learn more about water and sediment control basins and their influence on crop yields and water quality attend the Friday August Second Nutrient Field Day at the Brian Satorius farm in Petersburg regulate at ten A._M.. With lunch included here from egg professionals researchers and community members about ways to improve water quality and protect our natural resources look for the event on facebook or call the Menard County Farm Bureau by July twenty ninth to to register C._C._A.. Credits have been applied for will you be prepared for the upcoming lock and Dam Closures on the Illinois waterway system. How will they affect your farm? Illinois Farm Bureau wants to help you get answers to these questions with five informational informational meetings join us in July and August with details on timelines work to be done on the locks transportation shifts during the closures and what impact closures could have on the market for more information and to reserve your spot today. Contact Your County Farm Bureau. Welcome back to our F._D.. Illinois I'm Dhillon Bianchi. If Federal Legislative Action Requests Regarding U._S. Mexico Canada Agreement Action Request involves contacting the these senators and Congressmen and women from Illinois but also speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi says etem Nielsen Director of National Policy Development at Te Illinois Farm Bureau. We need to send a collective message to our elected officials in Washington that we don't have time to wait. They need to act as quickly as possible and get it on the floor and get it ratified. We have letters available for them to send to Speaker Pelosi to their congressmen and to both U._S.. Senators again the basically the same message Speaker Pelosi. We need your help. We need to get it done. There's urgency here in Illinois agriculture. Were we've lost our markets. Were having a bad year. We need a win and we need U._S.. M._C._a. on the floor and you're the one who can put it there Adam Nielsen Illinois Farm Bureau was a guest on our F._d.. Today with three to Fraser you can find more information about the action request online at the homepage of ill my farm bureau. I L. F. B.. Dot Org Tuesday..
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"Is next week or more ill soy dot or they do more to come with the next on our F._D._a.. Illinois farmers would you like to learn more about water and sediment control basis and their the influence on crop yields and water quality attend the Friday August Second Nutrient Field Day at the Brian Satorius Farm in Petersburg Illinois at ten A._M.. With lunch included here from egg professionals researchers and community members about ways to improve water quality already in protect our natural resources look for the event on facebook or call the Menard County Farm Bureau by July twenty ninth to register C._C.. Credits have been applied for the Illinois economy runs on our homegrown. Agricultural products are dairy very beef pork corn and soybeans grow the agricultural industry by nearly twenty billion dollars each year but we don't just grow Illinois we grow North America Canada Mexico account for over forty five billion dollars in agricultural exports and they support more than one million American jobs exports to Canada and Mexico mater to everyone in the agricultural food industries a message from Illinois farmers and their checkoff programs or back here on R._S._D.. Illinois I'm Rita Frazier. We're talking with Brian Burke Jon Stewart and associates in Saint Louis Bryant. We've talked to many times over the years about the markets kind of take us back over the last six months at a there's a new partnership and you guys have been working on a project and that the press release came out yesterday pretty darn interesting yeah. It's really just a project. It's a corn project that we undertook a few weeks back in and it's it's taking some time to put it together because it encompasses flying pattern that goes all the way from western Iowa it to Eastern Ohio and we've taken well over four hundred pictures of fields to to try to identify what the status of the crop is just how variable it is just how many holes in the field you see and there's also some good fields out there too. I'm not trying to paint you know the entire corn about with one broad brush. They'd just extremely variable. We also used a company that was a partner in this project called Air Scout which was which was the aerial portion of the project and what they did with taking these pictures. We're attempting to just draw attention to the project and let people look at these pictures for themselves where we're not trying to be <hes> you know. We're not trying to draw matt substantial conclusions about production. We're we're trying to identify the risk of what is out there this year because there is quite a bit we have of an unprecedented late spring as far as how late the corn crop got planet and the soybean crop got planted we have records spring rains and flooding you know it's it's been the wettest three and six nine month period on record consecutively so that has created a tremendous amount of volatility in the field it translates into the field and this project simply aims to shed light on that fact. How do you filter in then last month's U._S._D._A.? Numbers the we're all trying to still trying to figure out the weather forecast ahead and your advice marketing advice you know for producers given all the information. It's an excellent question in as a as a price risk manager. You know how how we advise clients. We we look at the U._S._D._A.. Numbers numbers are something that has to be acknowledged because that's where a lot of dollars or traded. I mean we had there. There's a lot of folks in this market that trade the U._S._D._A.. Numbers as as fact we certainly have our question marks about the numbers they released end-july do know the
"menard county" Discussed on Tales of American History
"Side. But he he he they wind up coming back home in the summer of eighteen thirty two and he renews his race for the state legislature. And the outcome of that race. He lost of he lost the race. But let me tell you though, there were people who listen to him give campaign speech or to. There was a prominent lawyer and Circuit Judge in Springfield by the name of Stephen Trigg Logan, now, let me tell you about Stephen Logan, just really briefly. He's another Kentucky. He is the grandson on his mother's side of Colonel Stephen Trigg who was one of the commanders at the battle of blue licks and was killed there on his father side. He's the grandson of James Logan, who was the brother of the famous Benjamin Logan who settled Logan station, which is now Stanford Kentucky. And so this man has deep Kentucky Roach. And he sees this young kind of. Gawky fellow giving the speech and just like Rb Rutledge. He listens. And then finds this man to be not only fascinating to watch and listen to but he says, he's extremely popular. Where he is those are his words. So again one year he's been elected captain of militia company, and he's now referred to by main political operative in the whig party as being extremely popular where he lives now, he lost the election. But in new Salem, alone Lincoln poll, two hundred seventy seven of the three hundred votes cast. Shows you how popular he was. So he's getting onto the radar of the party in Illinois public and party in Illinois as early as eighteen thirty will not the Republican party. Then the whig party would become Republicans the fifties, the whig party, and yes, he's he has gotten on the radar of of the whig party. K? So after he lost the election. Does he go back to new Salem? He's living there. Never really left. New salem. Okay. He ran as a resident of new Salem for a house district. That new Salem was a part of. So what does he do now? Well, this is a rather odd part of his existence there. He is offered a position to become a partner in a general store. And he does so by buying entirely on credit, the interest of one of the partners. His name was Rowan Herndon another Kentucky. And so now he becomes partners with William berry in eighteen thirty three in this general store, and it all turned out rather badly. Frankly, you can almost guess this happening with him when he was no storekeeper. This guy has something else in mind in his life than tending store. But now some of the some of the most wonderful episodes on oh that we've filmed in this production where he minding a general store and Lincoln won the general store. Also be where the the post office was. And it would also be where all the all the fellas would gather sit around, you know, drink cider, or whatever and talk, and we're all the newspapers were delivered and Lincoln is a storekeeper became a voracious reader of newspapers. I'm the only get information about outside world. And so as the newspapers would come in before he gives them to those who they were do he read through all of them. And then as all the loafers would come in and sit around he he became their source of humor because Lincoln could Dag on tele- story that was funny, and he would sit back and just tell stories to these people. This is not a good way to earn a living and. It might might seem fun. But then you wonder, well, where's William berry in this picture will William berry is almost non-existent. He was an alcoholic turns out. And so he was almost not capable of doing much Lincoln had to run the store. And when he ran the store, it just became loaded with these guys, and they sit and laugh at the stories, he tell well as you can imagine the store the store failed and Lincoln was in debt and unemployed, and as he said to he was reduced to the elemental of keeping body and soul together. That's how he described his situation. But then there's certain things that happened for him. These people love Lincoln, and so knowing he was really kind of down in out in eighteen thirty three he was a point. Waited postmaster of new sale all of had didn't give him much money, but gave him something. And so what this guy then does is he hires himself out to people to help help them bring in their crops plant their crops, do odd jobs anything what a love about the guy is. He's never too proud to do what it takes to keep himself going and do keep his eye on the prize that he seeks for himself. And so here's this interim where he's just resolved, whatever. And this is where we get our image of him as the rail splitter among yeah, we'll see he's -solutely. He's out there wouldn't rails making firewood making fence rails. Because he had really in Indiana when he was young man, and he lived there for fourteen. In years before he moved to Illinois. He had he had really spent a great deal of time using an axe. And he says it I mean, he says I grew up using an axe to make rails. And so again, he's not too proud to go back down. And do it at took do what it takes to to make a living. And so it had. And then. On the heels of this. His appointed. Deputy surveyor. No anything about survey. So what he does he calls mentor Graham again and Graham shows him a couple of books on the theory and practice of surveying a book on geometry and trigonometry and his kids. Learn this stuff with him. Cram is a schoolteacher in Graham is teaching him. How to be a surveyor and rink and has confidence. He can acquire these skills precisely. So he does that. And does he get to do surveying? Guess he does short time becomes a surveyor and becomes a very good surveyor. In fact, the towns of Petersburg, which is in Menard county, and it's the town really that became the town of virtually all the new Salem residents. Ultimately, new Salem, basically cease to exist in the early eighteen forties. Most of those people had moved to the town of Pietersburg. Abraham LINCOLN surveyed the town of Pietersburg. He surveyed the town of new Boston Albany and here on Illinois and most of the roads, connecting them. Now. That's amazing. And this is this is eighteen thirty three and eighteen thirty four. He's now only two in three years into his residency there. Some it's remarkable to me totally remarkable. Interesting
"menard county" Discussed on Tales of American History
"Welcome to the witnessing history. Education foundation podcast educating Americans to understand the history of their country and other countries. So that they will appreciate value of America's unique free institutions. Become an American hero. Who participates in our mission by joining us at witnessing history dot org. Download our documentaries and free teacher education materials that conform to grade level education standards at PBS learning dot org. Follow witnessing history on Facebook, Twitter and linked in. Today. We are speaking with Kent Masterson Brown. The president of the witnessing history education foundation about our latest documentary called in the declaration all men are created equal. Abraham LINCOLN Illinois eighteen thirty to eighteen sixty this period in the life of the sixteenth, president shows his development from what he described himself as being a piece of floating driftwood to becoming an accomplished lawyer legislator and presidential candidate. And now, let can't Massar some Brown. Take you on a journey to American history. Welcome can tell us. What is so important about this period of Lincoln's life? Well, first of all, thank you. It's great big here. What what makes this? So important is frankly what you just described here. He is at age twenty two appearing in new Salem a village in central Illinois, just north of Springfield in there. He had just come back from a long journey down the Mississippi River with a man named Denton off it and delivering cargo to New Orleans, and he journeyed all the way back home. Now, he had had not more than one year or the formal education and is in tire life, and so he described himself then as a piece of floating. Westwood? And that's what he was yet from that moment in eighteen thirty one when he appeared in new Salem until may eighteen sixty he would become over those years as you indicated. A very accomplished lawyer legislator, and in the end the Republican nominee for the presidency and in November of eighteen sixty he would become the sixteenth president of the United States. Now that is a remarkable achievement. It really is it seems that what you're describing is that he found his purpose in new Salem, Illinois. What do you think about his life? In new Salem helped him discover that purpose. Some of it was inside Lincoln now. First of all ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Is a fellow who truly sought to improve his lot. He being a floating piece of floating. Driftwood really wasn't good for him. He looks at that in some derision. What he wanted was better wanted to do better in life, and he found in new Salem, a group of people maybe twenty five families living there all in log cabins for those interested in seeing what new Salem looked like you can visit it today. But he found in those families people who would help him who were much like him who came from. Lots of them came from southern states Kentucky being principal among them. And he Ecorse was of native Kentucky, but he found people who were responsive and who were helpful. So when Lincoln wanted to learn grammar the areas that twenty two years of age actually Twenty-three when he begins this. He asks mentor Graham, a resident there magin the name mentor. Named for being the mentor of ABRAHAM LINCOLN. But he asked him in a mentor Graham, if he could help him learn grammar, so. Mentor Graham reaches for Kirkwood's book published in the eighteen twenties on grammar, and he and Lincoln study grammar. And when Lincoln then is offered a job as they deputy surveyor for what we came Menard county, Illinois. He doesn't know anything about surveying yet. They liked him and they made him deputy surveyor. So he goes back to mentor Graham, and he asked him could you help me? What do I do? Alern surveying and Graham shows him texts that he can turn to and he and Lincoln study the text. You're describing a character who is teachable teachable. He's humble and hungry he's hungry hungry. And he's learning how to learn right, right? And you know, interesting he shows up in July eighteen thirty one in new sale. This piece of floating driftwood in eighteen thirty two. He throws his hat in the ring to run for the state legislature. One year. So his skills as a leader are dented by the people in that town, what who are some of the people who influenced him there in that short year there. Lots of them a man named Jack Kelso. Jack Kelso lived in a in a dog trot. Log cabin to log cabins with a with a like a a section in between you could walk through in the open air. It's called a dog trot cabin. He lived at a dog trot cabin. And he loved to read Robert burns and Shakespeare. And so he introduces Lincoln to Shakespeare now magin in a log cabin community in the middle of nowhere in Illinois. You have people who have this sort of mindset. And so he introduces Lincoln to Shakespeare introduces them to Robert burns, which was Kelso's favorite and Lincoln learns to read not only through metric Graham, but learns to read through reading the great classics in this again is all happening in this little place that came about in eighteen twenty eight new Salem only his origin to eighteen twenty eight. And here's a Lincoln in eighteen thirty one showing up there and by eighteen thirty two he's not only studying grammar and studying Shakespeare, Robert burns, a run for the legislature. So let's talk about a few of the influential individuals who worked with Lincoln. And helped him make himself believe he could become a legislator for the state of Illinois. Well, there were there were several one of them is James Rutledge. The Rutledge is of new Salem all came from as the name would suggest South Carolina, but they came from South Carolina through Kentucky, and then into Indiana, and ultimately, Illinois, but James Rutledge was the founder of the debating society that a debating society, and he allowed Lincoln to have two one one join the debating society, but then gave him an opportunity to stand up on his feet and offer a subject for debate and Lincoln did. So and James Rutledge is brother are b Rutledge who's another influence online. A remembered what Lincoln said that night and was incredibly impressed not with necessarily all the contents. But the performance of Lincoln and how much he made his points clear, even though he began as you can imagine Lincoln was six four had huge hands big feet long arms and legs. And he was awkward looking at soon Cording to Rb Rutledge. They he lost this idea of this being an awkward man and began to just listen to his performance, and the performance he said was remarkable. Now, just think of this. This is the the driftwood just a year before in here. He is making this performance in front of a debating society. Now a lot of it came about because Lincoln found a home here. He
"menard county" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Twenty one hundred remaining PayLess shoe source stores in the US and Puerto Rico, according to the company the Topeka Kansas based chain closed hundreds of stores since it filed for bankruptcy protection about a year ago. It says it will also wind down its e commerce operations all stores will remain open until at least the end of March. And the majority will remain open until may and the Illinois general assembly approved a former appellate judge to investigate complaints against lawmakers. WGN's? Don Clinton has more. The Illinois house voted unanimously Thursday to make Carole pope, the permanent legislative inspector general. Pope was Menard county state's attorney from nineteen eighty four to nineteen Ninety-one, then a Circuit Judge until two thousand eight when she became an appellate court Justice. She's the first permanent inspector in four years. She replaces Julie porter a former federal prosecutor. Peter who held the post temporarily after a tussle in two thousand seventeen over the handling of sexual harassment complaints against lawmakers. Don, clap, WGN, news new exhibit about John Kennedy's life and times was opening at the ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Presidential museum in Springfield museum, executive director, Alan loan. It's a great jump back in history to see Camelot again. But also it really shows how JFK and his family crafted image of him and of the nation and how the image still lives today. It really was the golden age of photo journalism in many ways. And so you see these really iconic photos, but also never seen before photos suggest that are truly awesome exhibit runs through mid may. We'll check sports traffic and weather next time WGN with twenty five.
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"Here's Bob Kessler, overcast in twenty nine right now at O'hare more information's come out about the shooting at an Aurora manufacturing plant yesterday that left five people dead five police officers wounded or police chief Crispin Zemun spoke at a news conference this morning about the shooter forty-five-year-old Gary Martin who worked at the plant and had a criminal record six prior arrests by the Aurora police department including arrests for traffic and domestic battery domestic battery related issues last arrest in Aurora was in two thousand eight. For violating in order protection. His last arrest was in two thousand seventeen by the us. We go away police department for disorderly conduct and criminal damage to property. His firearm owners ID card was revoked in two thousand fourteen after fingerprinting when he applied for a concealed carry permit. Gunfire erupted between two cars in the parking lot of a west side. Walmart today to people are now in custody. Police say people in each of the vehicle started arguing at the store and the forty six hundred block of west north avenue. One of the vehicles fled the scene. But a man woman are now in custody. No one was hit by the bullets. But a woman did twists her ankle trying to run away from the gunfire. A US lay Catholic group wants those who looked the other way as Theodore mckarrick rose to cardinals rank even despite abusing others to be held accountable. The Catholic association a conservative group in a statement today called McCarrick defrocking only a first step in ridding sexual abuse from all levels of the church PayLess shoe stores is shuttering all of its twenty one hundred remaining stores in the US. In Puerto Rico, the Topeka Kansas based chain says it'll be holding liquidation sales starting tomorrow and is winding down its e commerce operations the two men released by police in the alleged racist and homophobic attack on after jussie smollet are now central to the investigation. The two men were released without charges Friday night. Chicago police confirming that they are indeed the two photograph near the scene of the attack more than two weeks ago. A CPT spokesman adding the reason why the men were there is now central to the investigation. But he wouldn't explain why Chicago police have said the two men had a relationship with actor jussie smollet WGN's, Ryan burrow, and the Illinois general assembly approved a former appellate judge to investigate complaints against lawmakers. Details from WGN's, Don cleven, the Illinois house voted unanimously Thursday to make Carole pope, the permanent legislative inspector general. Pope was Menard county state's attorney from nineteen eighty four to one thousand nine hundred eighty one then a Circuit Judge until two thousand eight when she became an appellate court Justice. She's the first permanent inspector in four years. She replaces Julie. Porter. A former federal prosecutor who held the post temporarily after a tussle in two thousand seventeen over the.
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"Lives were lost. And I want to concentrate on a number one taking care of our victims families taking care of our officers, and we're gonna continue to suit up and do the job that we are sworn to do every day. The gunman was killed by police and police have also identified the victims of the deadly workplace shooting. WGN's? Ryan burrow has that. The five killed include the Henry Pratt plant manager, an HR manager, a mold operator a stockroom attended and a student intern who was working in the HR department police chief Kristen Zemun preliminary investigation indicates that the deceased victims were located in the same general area of the Henry Pratt facility. The six police officers injured including five shot range in age from twenty three. Two fifty three all suffering non-life-threatening injuries to remain hospitalized in stable condition. Ryan burrow, WGN news. One of the victims of defrocked X cardinal Theodore McCarrick is expressing relief. That pope Francis believed his accusations of years long sex abuse. In a statement released by his lawyer James grind said he participated in the church trial of McCarrick with profound sadness. Former US secretary of State John Kerry says he's a shame that vice President Mike Pence didn't mention climate change at an international security conference Kerry made an impassioned speech at a discussion on climate change at the Munich security conference hours after a speech by vice president Pence, the Illinois general assembly approved a former appellate judge to investigate complaints against lawmakers. WGN's? Don, Clemson has details. The Illinois house voted unanimously Thursday to make Carole pope, the permanent legislative inspector general. Pope was Menard county state's attorney from nineteen Eighty-four one thousand nine hundred one then a Circuit Judge until two thousand eight when she became an. Appellate court Justice. She's the first permanent inspector in four years. She replaces Julie porter. A former federal prosecutor who held the post temporarily after a tussle in two thousand seventeen over the handling of sexual harassment complaints against lawmakers. Don, Klabin, WGN, news and voice over talent. And spoken word artist. Ken Nordine has died. Don't you wish? Could be something that you're Nordine who was based in.
"A year that's your money now you're next update in half an hour komo news time one twenty two and looking at wall street by the way dow jones industrial average down eleven points s and p five hundred is up three congress offering solutions to stop annoying robocalls and it doesn't involve passing any new laws abc's andy field explains tech expert ethan gar telling congress it's wasting its time trying to pass laws to stop robocalls three men irs scam operation in a cd nondescript room in another country isn't worried that the long arm of the american justice system is ever gonna knock on their door are created an app called robo killer that automatically talks to an answers robo calls the he says there are many tech solutions delve americans avoid and eliminate robocalls andy field abc news washington other university is revoking an honorary degree awarded bill cosby the statement from temple university in philadelphia is straightforward it says in nineteen ninetyone based on his career achievements temple awarded an honorary degree to william cosby on thursday dr kazi was found guilty by a jury of the felony of aggravated sexual assaults on friday the board of trustees has accepted the recommendation to rescind the honorary degree that statement following carnegie mellon university's revocation of an honorary degree a day earlier citing its unwavering commitment not to tolerate sexual violence or harassment scott goldberg abc news komo news time one twenty three a low speed chase created high drama near springfield illinois as a twenty nine year old led police on a slow speed chase on a farm tractor van holidays with the menard county illinois sheriff's office says it didn't take long to realize suspect daniel moose wasn't using the tractor for farming male subject driving us large farm tracker radically through subdivision the driver attempt to distract police vehicle fortunately the officer is able to avoid the collision no structures appeared to be damaged the pursuit ended when mousse t tour bike trail and reached a bridge too low to pass no one was hurt shawn balint abc news springfield illinois komo news time one twenty four aaa traffic every ten minutes on the fours i'm feeling and i feel like i need to.