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"michael mattera" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"michael mattera" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The right lane blocked. This is between North Avenue and Saint Charles Road. Governor brisker defending his decision to expand covered 19 vaccine eligibility to those with pre existing conditions. You Scott fitted, more vaccine is coming with the federal government, evoking the defense were production act. And more approval of new vaccine. Johnson and Johnson has a new vaccine that it is bringing before the FDA. The week of February, 25th and, uh I'm hopeful. I think we all are that that will be approved. Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle and Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot released a joint statement earlier today, saying they don't have enough faxing in to handle the current number of people eligible for the shot. At 70,000 CBS students returned to classrooms today for a phase re opening of key through he'd schools. That's just days after an agreement reached between teachers and the district. CPS CEO Dr Janice Jackson says the district is working on a plan to allow parents who initially signed up for remote learning to eventually send kids back to class. When I talked to families about, you know, remote learning, or why they haven't sent their kids to school, many of them say we'll send them back. When you guys figure it out. We figured it out, and so now our doors will be open for the fourth quarter and will be put more information out about that. In the coming weeks, she says. Discussions have begun with the teachers union. Over Rio but in high schools Another 7 793,000 new unemployment claims were violet across the country last week as the number of jobless remains elevated. WGN's Ryan Burrow takes a look at the local number. Initial first time unemployment filings in Illinois dropped for a second consecutive week down another 19%. It just 32,000 filings. That's the lowest number of filings in a week dating back to September. Indiana's claims remained steady at 12,600. The number of initial weekly jobless claims in Wisconsin. Dip 6% to 14,500 Bryan Burrough. WGN NEWS Mercy Hospital is filed for bankruptcy. We got more on the story from WGN's Michael Mattera company's board of directors says Mercy is losing $7 million a month. Letter to employees, the hospital's president, saying the finally would allow them to move forward and close the hospital by the end of May. The hospital also plans to find medical homes for current patients by working with other health care providers in the area. What a history of Mercy Hospital has. They've been operating in Chicago since 18 52. They opened in the current location in 1968. The hospital initially announced its plan to close back in July of 2020. And police say five people were killed today and a massive crash involving 7500 vehicles. And and I see Texas Interstate near Dallas for work. Please say the number of injured still unknown is they are trying to Get people out of vehicles that have.

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"michael mattera" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"michael mattera" Discussed on WGN Radio

"No major delays on the expressways until ways right now. Mercy Hospital has filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy. Here's WGN's Michael Mattera company's board of directors says Mercy is losing $7 million a month. Letter to employees, the hospital's president, saying the filing would allow them to move forward and close the hospital by the end of May. The hospital plans to find medical homes or current patients by working with other health care providers in the region. Mercy Hospital has been in operation since 18 52. It initially announced its plan to close its doors in July of last year. Chicago's Department of Public Health, Not groundless. In our Wadi, the director says that her office environmental team is continuing to review a controversial permit for a scrap metal recycling facility on the Southeast side. Environmental groups and community activists are calling on the city to say no, certainly, you know, the Chicago Department of Public Health cares a lot about having healthy environments. We also have to make sure that we follow Be the laws and the requirements that Aaron Place related to business operation. RMG, which file the application permit, also owns the side of the Clothes General Iron Facility on the Northwest side. At least four people are on a hunger strike over whether of the company gets the new permit. The county board President Tony Prank Way Dylan. Other officials joined the Illinois National Guard to announce their first educational pod at Thornton Fractional South High School. Israel Rocca, CEO of Cook County Health. This is part of our critical services strategy. And so it's working with the educational community as we get through all of our educators. And all of educators is not just the educators who mean all staff anyone who works with the district as we work through those employees, then we do hope to make it available to the community. Educational bonds are set up to vaccinate all school staff within suburban Cook County eligible individuals will be contacted by the county for scheduling. Federal authorities with a warning about counterfeit and 95 masks that are on the market and could be putting health care workers at risk. The Department of Homeland Security says it's investigating scammers who are selling fake three AM brand masks, which have been found in at least five states and in hospitals, medical facilities and government agencies. The department says foreign made knockoffs are becoming more difficult to detect and could be putting health care workers at Grave risk for contracting the coronavirus. Since the pandemic began, more than 10 million fakes have been seized. The three M company has posted tips on its website on how to spot a counterfeit version. Jackie Quinn, Washington No WGN sports. Northwestern got knocked out by Indiana last night. 79 76. Northwestern will be at Rutgers Saturday. 3 45 pre game four o'clock tip off the day.

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"michael mattera" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"michael mattera" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Attendant of agreement on a path for reopening school classrooms safely. 13,600 plus members voted yes, 6500 said. No In an email to members see to you, President Jesse Sharkey says. The agreement represents where we should've started months ago. Not where this has landed. It's a stain on the record of their administration, referring to the mayor. And CPS leadership shark. He goes on to write in a humane system we would have used. This is a beginning to build out real equity for school communities that have been starved of resource is an equity decades before the pandemic hit. With a low supply of doses of vaccine. There is some gaming the system to try toe get the vaccine before it's their turn to do so. But Dr Allison Argh, Wadi telling WGN Steve Bertrand on the afternoon news yesterday that everybody needs to just slow down and be patient. Because there will be enough vaccine for everyone asking for people to just trust that as more vaccine gets here, you will get a vaccine. We got all the plans. We got more than 500 providers and rolled on Dwyer going to get you your vaccine. It's been a long time. It's been a long year, but would just ask for some more patients there. Right now. Our bodies focuses on getting everyone who was in group One Be vaccinated or expectation is that once the city gets more vaccine, they'll be able to expand them or groups and have everyone vaccinated by the summer. In Bloomingdale Authorities have suspended the business license of a hotel where one person was killed and several others wounded in a shooting over the weekend. WGN's Michael Mattera, an aspiring rapper killed while shooting a music video there after fight broke out among two large groups at Indian Lakes Hotel. Five others have been injured. Village officials say there is a history of criminal activity at that hotel, its owner's voluntarily closed after the shooting. Ah, hearing will be held later this month to determine if it can reopen President Biden's choice to run the Office of Management and Budget is apologizing for her words on Social media. Near attendant often took aim at Republicans during her tenure at a left leaning think tank. If confirmed, she'd be the first woman of color and first South Asian official to serve as head of O M B. Now. WGN Sports, OT Last night Hawks over Dallas to toe one Hawks will host Columbus tomorrow night pregame. It's 6 30 face off its seven with John Waterman and Troy Murray right here on 7 20, WGN and WGN radio dot com. College hoops Last night Notre Dame over.

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"michael mattera" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"michael mattera" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Up on the local AIDS also starts at Garfield. The accident to the Express Lane. But you've got people who are also gaping. So you've got that delay as well See to you members had until 11 59 last night. Vote yes, or known a deal to being them and students back into the classroom. WGN's Shannon Halligan has more to head back to the classroom includes more teacher vaccinations and metrics, allowing school closures of covert 19 infections spike to its wider members. However, union leaders did not make a recommendation on the plan. So if the union votes to approve it, the first group of students will head back to in person learning on Thursday, then the plan is to gradually return students to classrooms over the next few weeks. We have the 25,000 members of the union rejected proposal. Back to the bargaining table and possibly a strike with all those supply of doses of vaccine for co. But some people are gaming the system to move up to get the vaccine before they're supposed to. Another Alison or Wadi, telling our Steve Bertrand this after yesterday afternoon that everyone needs to just hang tight sooner than later. There'll be enough vaccine for everyone asking for people to just trust that as more vaccine gets here, you will get a vaccine. We've got all the plans. We got more than 500 providers enrolled on Dwyer going to get you your vaccine. It's been a long time. It's been a long year, but would just ask for some more patients there. Right now. Our bodies focuses on getting everyone in Group one be vaccinated, she expects once the city gets more vaccine, they'll be able to expand them or groups and have everyone vaccinated by summer. Mayor Lightfoot, responding to the Chicago restaurant Coalitions request the baby allowed to increase restaurant capacity. The mayor telling WGN TV is something that we spent some time talking about over the course of the weekend and I don't want to get ahead of the announcement that will make later this week. The coalition wants the mayor of the City Council to allow restaurants to raise capacity to 50% by this weekend. Valentine's Day one of the more profitable holidays for restaurants nationwide about, he said. Blow Big Dale of officially suspended the business license of a hotel where one person was killed and several others wounded in a shooting over the weekend. Details from WGN's Michael Mattera aspiring rapper killed while shooting a music video there after fight broke out Monk to large groups that Indian Lakes hotel. Five others have been injured. Village officials say there is a history of criminal activity at that hotel, its owner's voluntarily closed after the shooting. Hearing will be held later this month to determine if it can reopen. So it's Republicans joined Democrats yesterday voting in favor of the constitutionality of the second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump. News NATIONS Trevor Shirley, the substance this time around will be different. Last time you recall the Impeach the first impeachment trial focused largely on those complicated timelines and foreign leaders and recorded phone calls between the president of the United States and the president of Ukraine. This trial will be much more straightforward, focused instead, really, just On that period of about eight hours on January, 6th, which the whole world essentially watched, play out live and that Congress itself lived through President Biden's choice to have the Office of Management and Budget is apologizing for her words on Social media. Neera Tanden. It often taken aim at Republicans during her time leading a left leaning think tank. If confirmed, tended would be the first woman of color and the first South Asian to serve is head of that office. The FDA authorizing a new antibody drug from Eli Lilly for emergency use. The therapy uses a combination of two drugs to treat less severe cases of covert but are at high risk of a more serious.

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"michael mattera" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"michael mattera" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Supporters of President Trump are planning to rally in Washington, D C today, multiple groups coming together to back the president's claim that the election is being stolen. Rallies include a woman for Trump event, a stop the steel demonstration and a million mega March. President. Trump has refused to concede the election to Joe Biden, citing irregularities in several swing states. State election officials have said no irregularities have been found with vote counts, and several of the lawsuits filed by President Trump's legal team have been thrown out. The Chicago Department of Public Health is alerting the public of possible measles exposure at O'Hare Airport Earlier in the month. Michael Mattera reports a 13 month old unvaccinated boy traveled through and was later diagnosed the child and family returning from an international trip. Possible exposure happened November 4th at both Terminal five and Terminal. Three. Travelers who were at O'Hare on November 4th and who are unvaccinated should check their immunization records and reach out to their healthcare provider if they developed symptoms of measles, the United States army announcing the names of five American military members killed in a helicopter crash on Thursday. The deceased are 31 year old captain, Seth Vernon Van de Kamp of Texas. 34 year old chief warrant officer. Three Dallas Garza from North Carolina 27, year old chief warrant officer to Marlin Gabor of Massachusetts 35 year old staff Sergeant Kyle McKee of Ohio and 23 Year old sergeant Jeremy Sherman. From what Sika, Illinois a helicopter belonging to an international peacekeeping force crashed in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula on Thursday, killing at least eight people, including several Americans. Both sides of the crash appear to be an.

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Possible Measles Exposure Reported At Chicago O’Hare International Airport

Eye on Travel

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Possible Measles Exposure Reported At Chicago O’Hare International Airport

"Of Public Health is alerting the public of possible measles exposure at O'Hare Airport Earlier in the month. Michael Mattera reports a 13 month old unvaccinated boy traveled through and was later diagnosed the child and family returning from an international trip. Possible exposure happened November 4th at both Terminal five and Terminal. Three. Travelers who were at O'Hare on November 4th and who are unvaccinated should check their immunization records and reach out to their healthcare provider if they developed symptoms of measles, the United

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"michael mattera" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"michael mattera" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The intention to rob US and his friends spots by the way was related to Jacob Blake, the man shot by police in Kenosha. No suspects are in custody is detectives continue to investigate Seabra extend WGN news President Trump is reportedly considering running Cannon 2024. While some Republican governors were saying it's time for Trump to accept defeat in the current election, which was called for Joe Biden one week ago today, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan in the middle of this pandemic, this economic collapse People dying across the country to not know if we're gonna have a transition is the old Corona virus task force Gonna be making decisions? It's the new one. There's no transition. The committee at the Department of Homeland Security called it the most secure election in American history. The governor of North Dakota has ordered a mask mandate in that state and imposed several business restrictions in an effort to contain the spread of covert 19, which has stressed the state's hospital capacity. Republican governor Doug Burgum is executive order went through late yesterday, coming after months of pressure from health care professionals to require face coverings. The order goes into effect today. Failure to comply with that mandate is an infraction with a penalty of up to $1000. It's not clear how it will be enforced, and the Chicago Department of Public Health is alerting the public of a possible measles exposure at O'Hare Airport Earlier this month. WGN's Michael Mattera reports a 13 month old unvaccinated boy traveled through and was later diagnosed the child and family returning from an international trip. Possible exposure happened November 4th at both Terminal five and Terminal. Three. Travelers who were at O'Hare on the fourth, who are unvaccinated should check their immunization records and reach out to their health care provider to see if they developed symptoms of measles. Now for a look at WGN sports Good Morning, Andy Maser Good morning dollars. Now we have five way time for the lead at the Masters. The second round was halted yesterday at Augusta Do Darkness. Back underway today. Dustin Johnson, Justin Thomas Abraham Answer Cameron Smith there all night under par. They've also been joined now by John Graham, who birdied his first hole of the restart here in Round two. Projected cut so far is at even par. Tiger Woods, by the way is four under. He is on the course right now. Big time football last night, Iowa Crushing Minnesota. 35 7, both teams now at one and two 23rd Reich, Northwestern, albeit produced today in the Battle of undefeated teams, the Wildcats of three You know the Boilermakers coming in it, too. No. Well, Cats have not won as many games this year's they did all of last. We'll have it for you. Starting with the pre game of 3, 30, David and Ted. All right, have the kickoff and the call from West Lafayette at four o'clock here on WGN Radio. Mad. Maggie announced yesterday. He's giving up play calling duties, at least for the Bears Monday night game against the Vikings offensive coordinator Bill Laser will take over for the game. The Bears offense right 20 seconds the lead heading into the game. The Bears will look to snap a three game losing streak and Qiming makes the history yesterday she was hired as the new GM of the Miami Marlins, becoming the first woman to serve the GM of the Major League baseball team and brings over 30 years of experience in front office work, including some time with the Chicago White Sox. I'm Andy Maser, WGN.

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"michael mattera" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"michael mattera" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The 500 block of West Taylor when he got into an altercation with someone in a black chief behind him, who honked his horn. Chicago Police source says the incident happened in the drive through at Portillo's at 5 20 Taylor. They got out of their cars and started to fight before the male suspect pulled out a gun and shot the teenager in the leg. The boy was taken to stroke your hospital. He's in fair condition. No. One's in custody area. Three detectives are investigating. Illinois Governor J. B. Pritzker scolding yesterday, suburban mayors who have refused to enforce his most recent round of tighter covert restrictions. They're leading others to believe that, Oh, it's okay. If you gather in big groups. It's okay if you have a concert in your bar. It's OK if people don't wear masks, and that's just wrong, that that is the conspiracy that is working against the people. Of the state of Illinois. Some of the mayor's have publicly said it would be illegal to enforce the governor's restrictions. Regardless of whether or not there's a pandemic. The governor spoke yesterday at a news conference. Family and friends of former Evanston Township basketball star Ryan Bossed had a vigil for Yes. Last night after he was shot and killed in Rogers Park. The 20 year old Boston was fatally shot while sitting in a parked vehicle and the 6700 block of North Dugard Avenue Monday at about 7 P.m.. Police say a suspect walked up to the vehicle with the intention to rob Boss and his friends fast, by the way, was related to Jacob Blake, the man shot by police in Kenosha. No suspects are in custody is detectives contain You two investigate. See Braxton, WGN news. President Trump's considering running again in 2024, some Republican governors air, saying it's time for Trump to accept defeat Maryland Governor Larry Hogan in the middle of this pandemic, this economic collapse. People dying across the country to not know if we're gonna have a transition is the old Corona virus task force Gonna be making decisions? It's the new one. There's no transition. A committee of the Department of Homeland Security called it the most secure election in American history and back locally. The Chicago Department of Public Health is alerting the public of a possible measles exposure at O'Hare Airport earlier the month Other you Chan's Michael Mattera reports. A 13 month old unvaccinated boy traveled through and was later diagnosed a child and family returning from an international trip. Possible exposure happened November 4th at both Terminal five and Terminal. Three. Travelers who were at O'Hare on November 4th and who are unvaccinated should check their immunization records and reach out to their healthcare provider if they developed symptoms of measles. Now looking at WGN Sports Northwestern visits produce today and big 10 football. Pregame at 3 30 Kickoff four o'clock with David and Ted Albrecht here on 7, 20, WGN and online at WGN radio dot com. Other sports college matches Illinois at Rutgers, Indiana at Michigan State, Wisconsin facing Michigan, Notre Dame taking on Boston College, and it's Day three of the Masters tournament, currently a four way tie at the top of the leaderboard. Abraham Answer Cameron Smith, Justin Thomas and Dustin Johnson, all in the lead at nine. Under those, some of those planks still have not finished the second round. As a rain delay Thursday pushed back the start time round two resumes this morning at 6, 30 Central time. Now look at the forecast from the WGN Chicago.

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"michael mattera" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"michael mattera" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Separated by just few blocks. Both of the victims were women. W Gee, it's Michael Mattera has details. First One happened around six last night near Southport and right wood. Please say two armed men robbed a woman standing outside and took her off in her SUV. Then just a few blocks away. Another woman was carjacked at Bosworth and Ashland happened as the victim was pulling out of her garage with a nine year old son. Investigators say a witness description matches in both crimes. A number of Americans who applied for first time unemployment benefits hit 751,000 last week. That's a slight drop from the previous week, and nearly 363,000 Americans requested aid under a similar program for the self employed and gig workers. That's up a little from the prior week. President Trump tonight addressed the nation from the White House, he said, If what he referred to as legal votes are counted, he can win the presidential election. We want every legal vote counted and I want every legal vote counted. We want openness and transparency. No secret count rooms. No mystery ballots, no illegal votes being cast after Election Day, the president predicted the election will end up at the U. S. Supreme Court. I described lawsuits filed or being brought by his campaign as a lot of them on deck and said if illegal votes are counted, it would steal the election from The Associated Press is reporting that election officials in several states are expressing worry about the safety of their staff. They say they're receiving threats and that protesters are responding to President Trump's insistence of widespread voter fraud. So far, the Trump campaign has yet to hand over evidence of that claim, The AP says groups of Trump supporters have gathered at vote tabulation sites in Phoenix, Detroit and Philadelphia. In protest of counts that show Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden leading or gaining ground. The AP report does say the protests have not been violent or very large. As for Biden, he spoke today from Wilmington, Delaware. As ballots are still being counted in a handful of very close states to determine the presidency. I ask everyone to stay calm all people to stay calm. The process is working. The count is being completed and we'll know very soon. Biden says. He holds no doubt that win ballots are counted. He'll be declared the president elect. He currently leads the count in Nevada and Arizona. The president holds the lead in Pennsylvania, Georgia, North Carolina and Alaska. Facebook today. Banda large group called Stop the Steel of the group claims to support the president. Facebook says it was using its social media platforms organized protests against the president. Vote count. Says some of the group's members have called for violence and that many others have claimed that Democrats are stealing the election from Republicans. Senator Dan McConkie, Republican for Illinois, is 26th district is the new minority leader in the Illinois Senate. It was a big opponent of Governor Pritzker's failed constitutional tax hike amendment. Here's McConkie criticizing that plan last year. We've heard this before. We've had attacks increased couple of years ago, we had temporary tax increase.

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"michael mattera" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"michael mattera" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The exit ramp from the Reagan to the South bound tri state. But that's close till 6 a.m. the express lanes on the Kennedy closed until 5 a.m.. Almost a year, rather than Superintendent Eddie Johnson was found asleep behind the wheel of a city issued car in Bridgeport. New information about the incident that led to his firing and what it could mean suspensions for five officers comes out the release of a city inspector general's report. Here's WG ends Michael Mattera last October, Johnson was found asleep at the wheel of his parked car. Lise recalled. Officers woke him up and then let him drive home, Johnson says publicly he didn't take his blood pressure medication, but later it came out. He'd been drinking at a downtown bar with a female officer. It was also his driver. The incident led to the mayor firing him shortly before his retirement, sometimes reporting that Superintendent David Brown's already ordered a 28 days suspension for the commander of the Deering district 21 days for lieutenant who was involved and lesser suspensions for three other officers. Well parents and high school athletes across Hill, but I continue to voice their discontent or the cancellation of fall sports Governor Pritzker on state public health director Dr Ringo's A and Z K were asked about the possibility of any winter sports being played this year. We will have all that information released very shortly. I know many people are waiting on that information so we can't Terry or delay because decisions have to be made and people need toe. Make, you know, govern themselves accordingly, so more to come as soon as we have the information to share with you that will be put out. Also during that press conference yesterday, the states at every region has seen an increase in covert cases in the past week. Chicago residents can outvote early in all 50 wards covered 19 safety rules. In effect, though, that includes facemask and social distancing Chicago Board of Elections chairwoman Marisa Hernandez says. If you're going to vote by mail, you could drop your ballot off at secure boxes at an early voting site. I cannot stress this enough. We encourage everyone to either vote by mail or vote early and plan your vote. I had a fine metre is suing Union.

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"michael mattera" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"michael mattera" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Anyway, So your practice tonight I got new lyrics for the rat break. Progressive casualty insurance company and affiliates pricing coverage match limited by state law. Pro Extra is the Home Depot's free loyalty program built for pros members earned perks just for shopping like new pro extra dollars or tool rental birds. Get exclusive benefits every day that save time and money, and here's an extra extra $20 off your next in store purchase of $200 more just for signing up, Want to save Join pro extra only at the Home Depot. How doers get more done. Visit the pro desk in store at home depot dot com slash pearl extra for details. Hello. There it's 30 years ago is when Ah young Dave Rampage started executive green carpet cleaning, putting quality and customer experience above everything else today. Dave's daughter, Kelly and son Scott uphold those same values. They're trustworthy family of dedicated carpet cleaners who never take shortcuts. They'll show you what clean really looks like, and here's how they do it. They invest in the most powerful carpet cleaning machines. They use ultra purified water. Never apply harsh chemicals that leave residue behind. Most importantly, they work hard to thoroughly scrubbed your carpet, a step that many steam carpet cleaners simply ignore. And that'll leave your carpet with a nice even finish. That will be dry to the touch in just a couple of hours. So give him a call. Get three rooms sparkling for just $139. If you don't believe it's the best carpet cleaning that you've ever had. You don't pay. That is their guarantees. 630990630990 8600. You'll talk with Kelly or Caroline and they are ready to assist you right now called 630990 8600. Or you can schedule online at executive Green carpet cleaning Dotcom. Nice to have you with us here on our Sunday morning show. 24 Richard Sunday morning W G. Got a theater segment coming up Great Court of Passy with the brand New evening News anchor co anchor on W G N TV alongside Michael Mattera. He'll be starting tomorrow night..

"michael mattera" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"michael mattera" Discussed on WGN Radio

"2nd and 3rd debates are scheduled for October. 15th and 22nd ahead of the November 3rd presidential election. For the second time in a month. The state of California is requesting a presidential major disaster declaration to help deal with major wildfires. Mark Ghilarducci is director of California's the Office of Emergency Services. He says the Corona virus has complicated the effort of bringing fire fighters in from other states to help. There were firefighters that could not respond because jurisdictions had firefighters that had covert positive. So far finer planters been sent to help in California from 20 other states. The federal government has so far approved 16 firefighting grants the most ever in a single California fire season. Aurora police have identified two people found dead in Monday's suspected murder suicide Mata Condo building on Aurora's Eastside. That's according to reporting by the Tribune. 23 year old least Lee Sandoval and 24 year old Christian Cornell, both of the same address the 1600 block of McClure Road in Aurora Aurora. Police have identified Sandoval as the victim and Cornell As the suspect in this incident, a class action lawsuit that challenges the legality of the Illinois High School Association is decision to move fall sports to next bring heads before a judge Thursday. WG as Michael Mattera has details. The lawsuit filed against the Illinois High School Association in DuPage County, arguing the I H s exceeded its authority by pushing fall contact sports to next spring. The governor is classified contact sports as high risk, But the lawsuit argues a full vote of AYE HS members should have been taken before the change was made. Illinois is the on ly Midwestern state to postpone fall sports. The suit was filed on behalf of the parents of high school aged student athletes in Illinois. Hundreds of people may have been exposed to the Corona virus at an event in Chicago's north suburbs. That's according to a Lake County health officials. They say 14 people have already tested positive after a volleyball league held the competition that Jesse Oaks food and drink engages late earlier this month. Doctor sent Ahmed with the county's health department says it could end up being a large outbreak. He says contact tracing still being done, but that they've already identified nearly 200 people who may have been exposed. Governor. Pritzker will spend the next two weeks and self isolation at this after one of his staffers tested positive for the Corona virus. But the governor's office says that to spent time at events together last week that both war masks A spokesman person rather from Mayor Lightfoot's office says the mayor tested negative this morning that she was not in close contact with the governor when the two attended an event together at the Chicago Cultural Center last week. Illinois residents having difficulty making monthly utility payments should contact their utility company first, rather than waiting to apply for the many state assistance programs. That's according to Illinois Commerce Commission chairman carries a loose key to get the word out. Doesn't have the customers and Daisy utility. There are protections but really only shout. Once you call the utility, we're hearing that they are. The qualities are flexible and they are working with the customer. Ameren, Illinois Peoples Gas COMMENT Aqua Illinois Night Court Gas and Liberty Utilities. Have all extended a moratorium on disconnections for low income residents through the end of winter. That's late March and now w. G and sports. The White Sox need one more win to advance from the wild card. Siri's I beat the Oakland A's 4 to 1 earlier today in the series opener gave to is tomorrow afternoon Extended pregame at 1 10 with Mark Chanel Skip the first pitch at 2 10, Vani Maser and Darrin Jackson on 7 20 w G. N And the WG and forecast mostly cloudy tonight. A few showers possible the low temperature 49 67 tomorrow that's cooler than normal. But one of the warmest days of the week we'll see sunshine early with showers possible during today. On Thursday. Showers will be likely storms possible High temperature of 60 Friday and Saturday. We're only in the mid fifties with a mix of clouds and sun, and on Sunday a slight chance for rain, high temperature 59 w. G and meteorologist Beatrice Ivory on Vic Vaughn on Chicago's.

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"michael mattera" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"michael mattera" Discussed on WGN Radio

"We know why that horse powered ride was still under investigation. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says it is a sad occasion is the U. S death toll from Goba 19 hit 200,000, but this was preventable. Not all of it. But much of it And what could be lost in the future is preventable, too. If we and brave science below ze pushing her colleagues on Capitol Hill to reconsider the Heroes Act, which passed by House Democrats, which he says is based on science or not on the politics. Meantime, w G M's Kim Gordon takes a look at the local covert 19 numbers since the pandemic began. There are nearly 8500 Koven 19 related deaths reported in Illinois. There were 30 additional deaths in the last 24 hours. According to Johns Hopkins University, Illinois, ranked seventh in the country when it comes to Corona virus deaths. It also says death in the U. S air running close to an average of 770 a day. Kim Gordon WG and NEWS. The governor of Wisconsin is declared a new public health emergency, with cases of Kobe continuing to surge among young people. Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers re upping the public health executive order and an emergency order requiring masks be worn in public indoor spaces. Through November. 21st. The governor, pointing out 18 to 24 year olds in the state have a case rate five times higher than any other age group. But he says the virus is not confined to college campuses. Last week, eight Wisconsin cities were among the top 20 cities in the U. S work over 19 cases were rising. The fastest Ryan Baroque WG and News and Audit in California, says the University of California improperly allowed 60 for wealthy students to be admitted in the past six years, some of them As athletes of those 64 students that California State auditor also found that campus staff falsely designated 22 of them as student athlete recruits because of donations from or as favors, too well connected Families. One campus, the University of California, Berkeley, admitted 42 applicants through its regular admissions process. Based on connections to staff, leadership and donors. However, those applicants were not as qualified as others who were denied admission. The audit was conducted in response to the National College admission scandal last year, actually antler Southwest suburban teachers in the custody of the Will County sheriff facing a charge of indecent solicitation of a child, one year old Jack measure. Teaches at Summit Hill Junior High in Frankfurt. Arrested this morning mother telling Will County detectives her daughter was having an inappropriate sexting relationship with her former seventh grade teacher. Matt's WG ends Michael Mattera manager expected to make his first court appearance later today. Now WG and Sports Cleveland in 10 took care of the wide socks 5 to 3 socks continue their Siri's against the Indians in Cleveland. This afternoon. The pregame at 4 35 5 10, the first pitch With Andy Maser and Darrin Jackson. Right here on 7 20 wg and the Pirates took care of the Cubs with a walkoff home run last night, the final 32. They'll play again in Pittsburgh tonight, first pitch at 605, and should that MLS action. The Chicago Fire our home Tonight they will take on.

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"michael mattera" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"michael mattera" Discussed on WGN Radio

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"michael mattera" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"michael mattera" Discussed on WGN Radio

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