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WBBM Newsradio

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"mike krause" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Serving the critical health care needs of it was then Jewish immigrants. And now it's African American militants population, but the needs are still the same in the mission is still the same. This is made in Chicago. We're talking with Sinai health system, president and CEO, Karen Teitelbaum in the early days. Mount Sinai was a hospital that trained and employed Jewish doctors who were denied opportunities elsewhere. There was no hospital that had kosher foods. I always laugh and say for our people. It's always about the food about Sinai is a private nonprofit, and we serve everybody in our community, no matter what there's emphasis placed on mental health treatment, and violence prevention. Obviously, it's one thing to treat the people who are victims and who are brought to our truck. Center it is quite another. And this is why I love being at Sinai. It's quite another to focus on what can we do to interrupt the cycle of violence, counselor. She says attempt to prevent retribution we don't want just fix people up and send them out into the streets. I think what we will want us to bring the level of violence in Chicago down about Sinai serving the community for a hundred years, and it's made in Chicago, Mike Krause, her NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM WBZ in HD, Chicago. WCFSD HD, one Elmwood, partial kogo. George lopez. You tell them. We raise our kids with words like suppose and almost. Did you guys go to? Whereas post. We almost went the wall. Live. We didn't.

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"mike krause" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"mike krause" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Employ more people from the neighborhoods where they're located in Inglewood, Mike, Krause, her NewsRadio on one point nine FM. State lawmakers want to put a limit on immigration detention center. Lawmakers motor expanded statewide embargo on private prisons to include detention centers, but federal contracts the whole immigrants facing deportation. The proposed measure comes a responsible vote by community leaders approving the plan for a privately run immigration center of attention center. Dwight about seventy miles south west of Chicago, US, immigration and customs enforcement agency is expecting bids for contracts to run detention facilities can hold one thousand immigrants within eighty miles of the city of Chicago. They Bernard his radio on one five point on event on the west side this afternoon. Organizers talked about to Chicago police departments controversy gang database, a report from the inspector general Joe Ferguson says the database has serious flaws and unverified information he also claims the database on Shirley target some people as gang members who then chase things like greater police scrutiny longer prison sentences in trouble finding work longtime community activist te'o Hardiman says it's time to get rid of the gang database inspect the Jenner. Made a statement that the gang database is flawed. Everybody to take the lead of the inspector general they need to destroy gang database, Chicago police say the update it system, but criminal enterprise database would have greater safeguards in place to ensure information about suspected gang. Members is updated and vetted Chicago police department on March Suad car collided on the west.

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"mike krause" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"mike krause" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"No wind chill this hour, clear lows ranging from twenty three in some of the outlying areas thirty one lake I our top local story activists are demanding that the state of annoy overhaul DCFS after the beating death of a two year old boy and allegations a caseworker falsified ripple with Andrew Holmes community activists, and I'm speaking for the huge we're outside the DCFS field office in the Inglewood neighborhood. This baby would be like adult. You can't put it. No, betta savage. This is an outrage. Pam johnson. A retired pediatric nurse noted that ain't October a DCFS caseworker. According to prosecutors visited the home in heard what was believed to be abuse of the boy, and you left that tiled there. Are you kidding me? Got a two year old baby because of neglect from the department of family service that could have prevented this Johnson the retire. Nurse said it starts with leadership. DCFS has had a revolving door of leaders and overloaded case workers in Englewood, Mike, Krause, her NewsRadio on one point nine FM. LA county judge toss out deer shields ban on assault. Weapons says dear ban on the salt weapons. Cannot be enforced that the state legislature decided to half a dozen years ago that only the legislature could impose a ban one of the plaintiffs that sued Deerfield is the state Rifle Association. It's executive director is Richard Pearson problem with places like Deerfield wanna do is. They want to equate waffle governorship with illegal gun ownership. Yeah. The the the two are not to say the Deerfield village manager says in a statement that he's reviewing options, including a possible. Appeal also saying we continue to believe that these weapons have no place in our community. And that the common sense assault weapon regulations are legal and we're properly enacted. Steve Miller, News Radio on one zero five point nine FM. Supporters say it will raise billions for transportation projects, but drivers would have to pay a whole lot more under a gas tax proposal. That's been introduced in the state Senate Bill that was introduced by Chicago democrat Martin Sandoval would double the gas tax from nineteen cents to thirty eight cents a gallon. It would also hike vehicle registration and driver's license fees. The bill's expected to raise two billion dollars a year. Illinois hasn't raised the gas tax since nineteen ninety in the metropolitan planning council says Illinois needs four billion dollars a year over the next ten years to bring all the state's roads bridges and railroads into a state of good repair opponents like the Illinois policy institute tell the Tribune that again. Gas tax hike would hit low income.

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"mike krause" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"mike krause" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"NewsRadio WBZ is some breaking news. The Illinois supreme court has turned down an effort to resentenced former Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke in the lukewarm McDonald murder case attorney, general Kwami, Raoul and special. Prosecutor Joseph McMahon filed a petition challenging the eighty one month prison sentence handed down in January. There's no word yet on the reasoning behind the high court's ruling it was handed down this morning. Fraternal? Order of police is asking the US Justice department to investigate how Cook County state's attorney Kim FOX handled the jussie smollet case state's attorney Kim FOX recused herself from the case when it became apparent that small let was being investigated not as a victim. But as an alleged defender FOX had had contact initially with a Representative of the actor's family who had sought her help in getting the case moved to the F B I F O P president Kevin Graham says in a statement her recusals is insufficient. He says the whole office should have recused itself and a special prosecutor should have been appointed Mike Krause, her NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. Chicago alderman is taking action against a white supremacist group that's posted stickers along western avenue. Nineteenth. Ward alderman O'Shea says about fifteen to twenty posters for a white nationalist group were seen on light poles along western avenue during the south side Irish parade Sunday one stick your head a white woman in American flag garb with the words embrace your identity. Another had a white woman holding an American flag and a sword. Standing on a globe. With the words defend America alderman O'Shea to me, this is an orchestrated effort by this cowardly organization.

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"mike krause" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"mike krause" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Our top story this hour. The man who allegedly killed forty nine people during a shooting rampage at two mosques in Christ's church. New Zealand has made his first court appearance. Matt piper will have much more on the story in a CBS. News update at one thirty one the owner of the cascade drive in and west Chicago announced yesterday that the theater which has been in operation since one thousand nine hundred sixty one will not open for the twenty one thousand nine hundred season beyond according to the daily herald now about thirty thousand people have signed an online petition decking, the owner to not sell the site to a developer B M's, Mike Krause reports the comments from those signing seemed to be heartfelt talking about earliest childhood memories in passing those on to kids and grandkids. The cascade opened in nineteen sixty one someone writes, we need more family friendly places like this not another strip mall. Another said safe reasonably priced and a reason to unplug a woman rights. I went on a date here once in high school, it was probably one of the worst dates of my life. But I actually returned a couple of times with friends because I thought the drive in movie experience was so cool. Mike Crausser NewsRadio on one point nine FM. The Chicago fraternal order of police says the city civilian oversight agency of the police department COPA is violating state law. Attorneys for the F O P filed the complaint yesterday in the circuit court of Cook County, the FLP has long argued that COPA is not the appropriate agency to investigate officer involved shootings because its members are not part of any law enforcement agency. And do they do not have a thirty to do anything. WBZ news time one Twenty-one. Hey, everybody and welcome to net..

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"mike krause" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"mike krause" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"And Joliet last night. WEBCGM's Mike Krause joins us live on the line from the scene where police are still gathered Mike. Police are evidence techs are still processing the scene eleven hours later in this two story brick house near the corner of Wilson and Whitley blocked off with yellow police tape. One tech bright out an evidence bag the size of a leaf bag. It was just after ten last night. When neighbors Sarah FOX heard a woman screaming outside allowed scoring. That was like a screen that would make you know, bring to your attention to come outside and whatnot. Came outside. It was police cars everywhere. Police say they were responding to gunshot victims at this helmet. Appears the woman who was screaming found the bodies upstairs. A man a woman and two young kids. Police do believe this was a murder suicide live and Joliet. Mike Crausser NewsRadio on one point nine FM passionate. Elgin residents spoke out last night as the Elgin city council decided to have an outside firm look into a deadly police shooting last year. Hillard Heintz co founded by former Chicago police superintendent, Terry Hillard will be among other things about the actions of Lieutenant Christian Jensen he shot to death the Cynthia Clements. Last March Elgin councilwoman rose Martinez. Not everybody's gonna be happy. But I think this is good. This is a good start residents who spoke indicated they were pleased. Lieutenant Jensen will remain on leave during the investigation. But they do not want him allowed back to work faster. Carol book ask you, please not to bring Lieutenant Jensen back under any circumstances. And make a clear statement that we do things differently here in Elgin. The Cook County state's attorney has decided not to prosecute Lieutenant Jensen Bernie to foia NewsRadio on one of five point nine FM, a pack meeting and buck town last night residents push back against plans to move in overnight youth homeless shelter into their neighborhood the shelter which is currently in Lakeview has applied for a special use permit that doesn't require resident vote, but does require approval by this owning board Paul Hammond. President and CEO of the night ministry invites those concerned about his program to reach out to him. I responded that you know, we're all about the community engagement. If you have a concern about our program come to heaven says the shelter serves a ball normal population would like to house a safe neighborhood WBZ news time, Dino,.

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"mike krause" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"mike krause" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Regarding yesterday's workplace shooting that left a gunman and five co workers dead and five police officers injured Mike Krause reports police chief Kristen Zemun says forty-five-year-old Gary Martin was a disgruntled person who had a firearm. He should not have had when he was called into a meeting where he was to be fired. It was discovered that he had a felony conviction for aggravated assault out of Mississippi once this felony conviction was discovered his void card was revoked Zemun said he first killed HR manager Clayton parks the plant manager, Josh pinker at an intern. Trevor Weiner, then killed co Russell buyer and Vincent warez deceased victims were located in the same general area of the Henry Pratt facility. The five officers were shot in the initial minutes. Three shot in the lower extremities to in the upper extremities, the chief said they're recovering officers used an armored vehicle to get to them while Martin was hiding in the warehouse deputy chief Keith Jackson said they killed him about thirty minutes. It's after the initial shots were fired at fourteen fifty nine hours confirmation was made that the suspect had been neutralized. I'll Lieutenant said Martin was killed after a very brief exchange of shots with officers. Police said Martin had numerous ammunition magazines in Aurora, Mike Crausser, NewsRadio on one point nine FM. And as you just heard Mike report one of those killed in the Aurora shooting was a human resources intern. But he was on his first day on the job and a student at northern Illinois university. Trevor Wegner was an ambitious and busy young man. In addition to beginning is internship in Henry Pratt. He was also a delivery driver for a restaurant. Dekalb called Tom and Jerry's. He was scheduled to work this weekend an employee at the restaurants told us that Trevor was one of the restaurants. Best drivers and quote, a good kid. Trevor went to Serena.

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"mike krause" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"mike krause" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"The suspected offender in today's shooting at an industrial complex in Aurora has been identified as Gary Martin WBZ Chris harbor mill is at the home of the shooter. And I were conversations talking about how they are just stupefy that the fellow that was involved in today's shooting incident could actually be living in the complex the shooting resulted in six people dead including Martin and find police officers being wounded nineteen new lawsuits have been filed against the city in an alleged police corruption spree that put a former CPT sergeant imprisoned several years ago. This led to more than sixty convictions being overturned and counting WBZ's Mike Krause reports attorney John 'love' stood with most of the nineteen plaintiffs in his near Westside law offices all alleging they were targets of corrupt. Dhec sergeant Ronald watts and his crew one of the most corrupt tackle unites in the history of the city of Chicago. And for more than ten years this band of technical officers terrorized died, it'd be wells housing project robbing people shaking people down Dion Willis is among the plaintiffs told my life appall Lobi noted there were three hundred citizen complaints. And he says all were ignored. These nineteen suits are among dozens involving watts who was sentenced to twenty two months in federal prison for corruption in two thousand thirteen fifteen other officers involved were placed on desk duty ten can no longer testify in court, Mike, Crausser NewsRadio on one point nine. FM? The Accu weather forecast coming up WBZ news time nine thirteen. The only district WBZ M is the radio dot com app. Download it today and listen anytime anywhere newsworthy. Oh, seven eighty and one zero five point nine FM. Let's say you just bought a house bad news is you're one step closer to becoming your parents. Which means you're going to start telling your kids to clean up before the cleaning lady comes doesn't make sense. But you're the parents, and they're the kids you're gonna start telling them that now too. Good news is it's easy.

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"mike krause" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"mike krause" Discussed on KCRW

"Even as a rolling ticker for the cards people have bruised some of the cards that are really popular to invest in in almost track those against an S and P five hundred index fund that Seth Robertson a magic card investor in Jackson, Wyoming, a couple months back. He says prices on a lot of cards started to drop at about the same time that stock markets got pretty volatile the two could have been unrelated. But Robertson says he wasn't surprised personally. He felt nervous buying magic cards after looking at his sinking 4._0._1._K it made me kind of take a step back and think okay, I need to start put more money into it. Maybe I should stop spending as much on eating out and play magic and going to concerts, or whatever in an uncertain economy or consumer confidence is falling. Hobby. Investors are seeing weakness Mike Krause has an artist in Rochester, New York. He paints a lot of landscapes. Any also buys and sells work by other artists. Lately, he says he seen art buyers hesitate, especially when they've heard news about the trade. War with China or the recent government shutdown. I might have a buyer that will come out to me and say, I'm really interested in purchasing are blessed. Wait and see what's going to happen. I in fact, he says he'll notice economic trends show up in the art market before they show up in other indicators if I have higher sales in January and February I'll start noticing bad stock market picks up the job reports are picking up. So it indicates that things are going into direction before they actually happen. Some economic trends can push people into hobby. Investing people like Tim McLaren who started buying up bottles of wine in two thousand four specifically bottles of expensive Bordeaux. He was betting that in improving Chinese economy would make those winds more valuable. He's now invested half a million dollars into wine. That's ten percent of his per full EEO it done incredibly well from two thousand five to two thousand eight took a downturn. But it's come back strong. He tracks prices through an online exchange called bbx and. Lately, he says prices have softened China's economy is slowing down. And there's an even bigger factor. Scaring buyers Brexit. My winds are all Monday. There's Mark risk. They're the UK is one of the world's biggest wine markets and given that tariffs on wine could go up. Mclaren says the market has gotten uncertain still he thinks wine investments will do well in the long run. That's the whole reason I invest in wine is I wanna resell. It somebody's going to drink it. And then hopefully, my other wine investments do better because there's more scarcity, and we are talking about hobbies here. If the investments go south, you could play magic the gathering. You could admire art you could drink that expensive or doubt.

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"mike krause" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"mike krause" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Even as a rolling ticker for the cards people have grouped some of the cards that are really popular to invest in almost track those against an S and P five hundred index fund that Seth Robertson a magic card investor in Jackson, Wyoming, a couple months back. He says prices on a lot of cards started to drop at about the same time that stock markets got pretty volatile the two could have been unrelated. But Robertson says he wasn't surprised personally. He felt nervous buying magic cards after looking at his sinking 4._0._1._K, it made me kind of take a step back and think okay, I need to start putting more money into it. Maybe I should stop spending as much eating out and play magic and go into you know, concerts, or whatever in an uncertain economy or consumer confidence is falling. Hobby. Investors are seeing weakness Mike Krause has an artist in Rochester, New York. He paints. A lot of landscapes also buys and sells work by other artists. Lately, he says he seen art buyers hesitate, especially when they've heard news about the trade. War with China or the recent government shutdown. I might have a buyer that will come up to me and say, I'm really interested in purchasing are, but let's just wait and see what's going to happen. I in fact, he says he'll notice economic trends show up in the art market before they show up in other indicators if I have higher sales than January and February I'll start noticing bad stock market picks up the job reports are picking up. So it indicates that things are going into direction before they actually happen. Some economic trends can push people into hobby. Investing people like Tim McLaren who started buying up bottles of wine in two thousand and four specifically bottles of expensive Bordeaux. He was betting that in proving Chinese economy would make those winds more valuable. He's now invested half a million dollars in wine. That's ten percent of his portfolio done incredibly well from two thousand five to two thousand eight it took a downturn. But it's come back strong. He tracks prices through an online exchange called BB. Six and lately, he says prices have softened China's economy is slowing down. And there's an even bigger factor. Scaring buyers Brexit. My winds are all Monday. There's Mark risk. They're the UK is one of the world's biggest wine markets and given that tariffs on wine could go up. Mclaren says the market has gotten uncertain still he thinks wine investments will do well in the long run. That's the whole reason I invest in wine is that wanna resell it somebody's gonna drink it. And then hopefully, my other wine investments do better because there's more scarcity, and we are talking about hobbies here. If the investments go south, you could play magic the gathering. You could admire art you could drink that expensive doubt.

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"mike krause" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"mike krause" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"WBZ Mike Krause reports Lonnie locked named displace band-aid massage therapy because he's a musician and has helped other musicians with aches and pains, but numbers, I know of broken I usually end up working on the job. He's a strong believer in President Trump where a make America great again hat, and you'll get a discount is right period. We need the wall. And you have to understand that the massage field is directly affected by sex trafficking. And some of them do come in through Canada. But most of them do come in through the southern border. Lock also offers discounts to police firefighters paramedics military personnel and anyone with a valid concealed carry permit. He says he doesn't really get political with his client. Mike Krause, her NewsRadio one zero five point nine FM. Chicago police are warning north west side business owners about a number of commercial robberies in recent weeks. Police say the offenders either acting alone or in a group have been displaying either a knife or handgun and stealing money and property from commercial buildings. The incidents have been reported along the fifty nine hundred block of west Montrose, sixty one hundred block of west Addison, forty four hundred block of north central and the sixty five hundred block of west Belmont. Organizers of the seventy meter Norgay ski jump competition in Foxborough grove this weekend say they are confident that they'll have a good turnout despite the weather ski jump announcer. Charlie said Vic says the participants are tough record cold. We had it was thirty below zero in. I think it was one thousand nine hundred eighty five and at the bars when you bought a can of beer from the moment, you popped it open, yet, thirty seconds. And then it froze solid the event draws ski jumpers from around the world, including an Olympian. From last year's games, waiting President, Trump speaking on a potential end to the government shutdown at least temporarily when he speaks from the White House. You'll hear it here. Live WBZ news time one.

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"mike krause" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"mike krause" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"I'm one eleven clergy members from the city and suburbs are calling for mid Lowthian. Police officer who shot and killed a bar security guard who intervened in a shooting to be charged with murder WPBSA's, Mike Krause reports they stood with family of Jamal Roberson outside the mid Lowthian police station demille is speaking from the grave today. Walter Turner said he just hired Roberson as his church organist. This is just about equivalent. So. Hey grant, right. You can kill a black man who was saving the lives of others. Father Michael Pfleger said the officer should be charged with murder. That's what it was. It was murders was not blue on blue crime. It was blue on black crime. Yeah. State. Police are investigating the case. And have said the officer told Roberson repeatedly to drop his gun and said he wasn't wearing clothing identifying himself as security which witnesses have contradicted in mid Lowthian. Mike Crausser NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. The Republican lawmaker who nearly defeated governor Rauner in the Republican primary. This year says she expects the new governor to try to pass a tax increase almost immediately after taking office B M, political editor Craig Delamore reports. Outgoing state Representative genie is says she'd like to see Democrats AB tackle the state's pension debt. I, but she expects him to work with house speaker, Michael Madigan and Senate president John colored and to raise taxes, but not the income tax just yet. Well, they know that they really can't go for a graduate income tax for two years. So we'll see what they try to do first of all they're gonna try and do the legalize pot think they'll get about five hundred million. I'm here to tell your listeners right now. Five hundred million is nothing we're sitting on seven point five billion dollars, which is fifteen x the five hundred million. They think they're going to get in legal pot already in current account..

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"mike krause" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"mike krause" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Five Saturday, November third Verner up to forty degrees now in Chicago, partly sunny skies, pretty good day today. I am fifty one clouds will creases a day goes on making some rain. Tomorrow are complete accurate forecast for the days ahead coming up here shortly. First our top local story on NewsRadio WBZ ama- crash involving two bosses at O'Hare airports in several people hospitals early this morning WBZ's Mike Krause reports about two forty five AM in front of terminal five sub O'Hare workers, including this man had just gotten out of bus that takes them to a parking lot. And then we were part of bus smashed into the bag CBS to reports. The impact was hard enough that the windshield of the shuttle bus was smashed in part of the bumper was dislodged in all seven people were reported injured. Their injuries were not life threatening. But they were taken to hospitals to be checked out. Mike Krause, her NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. In other news today man is dead after a shooting early this morning. Andy all geld gardens neighborhood on the far south side. Police say the thirty three year old and three other males inside a home at one hundred thirtieth and south Drexel avenue. Got into a fight shots were fired during the elder-care Thirty-three-year-old was struck in the neck, no one in custody. Police continuing to investigate city residents will have a chance later today. Just about this hour, actually, we're to get started about nine thirty to ask questions and make comments at the four firms vying for a multimillion dollar contract who oversee reforms of the Chicago police department the four finalists to serve as independent monitors will be making presentations out the Thompson center, the first session starts at starting. Now this half hour he'll go to a lot one thirty. Then there's another session south to new three to seven PM Ajaj will make the final choice of a monitor for the CPA. The last eighteen candidates are vying for Chicago's mayoral seat and another may be ready to join the pack at the same time. She's running for statewide office Susanna Mendoza's re-election estate controller, but the former legislator in Chicago city clerk, apparently has another job in mind. Does. And I'm running for mayor of Chicago TBS to obtained a copy of the video which prompted Republican challenger, Darlene. Singer to tell reporters what she thinks is a liar singer says Mendoza's should stay put or get out spending your.

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WBBM Newsradio

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"mike krause" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"I'm eight eleven but teacher at Conan highschool in Hoffman estates is accused of inappropriate relationships with students that allegedly occurred years ago, the allegations against the female teacher data more than twenty years ago. And according to district to eleven were made on the schools anonymous tip line, the district said in a statement to parents and allegation was made that a teacher at Conan highschool engaged in inappropriate relationships with students in nineteen Ninety-seven and possibly a few years following that the district says multiple sources were involved in its investigation. And the daily herald reports information has been passed onto police and DCFS which are conducting their own investigations, the teacher has resigned. Mike Krause, her NewsRadio on one point nine. FM? Police are still looking for a carjacker who led off? Officers on a chase through Orland park and oak forest yesterday leaving two people hospitalized. One of the injured is forest. Police officer who is trying to stop the carjacker police say the man believed to be in his early twenties took a white Mazda at gunpoint from one hundred and fifty nine th and Pulaski and ran over the officer before continuing on police say before that showed a gun to a couple near one hundred and fifty nine and seventy eight at around noon demanding the keys to their twenty sixteen dodge charger all fleeing police the carjacker hit a construction worker and crashed the police officer was treated and released. Police say the construction worker was stabilized at the hospital and see hardy NewsRadio one zero five point nine weekend. Weather in Bolin Blackhawk results WBZ news time, eight thirteen your first.

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Cardi B and Nicki Minaj involved in altercation at fashion party

WBBM Programming

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Cardi B and Nicki Minaj involved in altercation at fashion party

"Altercation broke out between rappers Nicki Menaj and Cardi B at a New York fashion week party videos on social media, so Cardi B dressed up in red gown lunging toward someone and being held back at the Harper's bazaar icons party photos. Also show the rapper leaving with a big bump on her forehead, supposedly from a security guards, elbow in an Instagram posts Cardi didn't call out Nicki Menaj by name, but alluded to the fight and said she was. Was prompted by disparaging remarks that we made about her mothering skills. The two have been rap rival since Cardi B began achieving huge success over the last year.

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Cardi B and Nicki Minaj involved in altercation at fashion party

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00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Cardi B and Nicki Minaj involved in altercation at fashion party

"And altercation broke out between rappers Nicki Minaj and Cardi B at New York fashion week party in New York last night, videos on social media, Joe Cardi B dressed up in red gown lunging toward someone and being held back at the Harper's bazaar icons party photos. Also show the rapper leaving with a big bump on her forehead, supposedly from us security guards, elbow in an Instagram posts Cardi didn't call out Nicki Menaj by name, but alluded to the fight. And said she was prompted by disparaging remarks that we made about her mothering skills. The to have been rap rival since Cardi B began achieving huge success over the last

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Scientists study bacteria found on the subway

WBBM Early Afternoon News

02:58 min | 2 years ago

Scientists study bacteria found on the subway

"We have today that they can bring them back and actually adapt, which families, they belong to so people who, actually bury their dead and give them that problem very caregivers was at a ceremony. Honoring Vietnam veterans by Cook County one vet said the. Return of, the remains is a reminder of the US military motto of leave no one behind, in glencoe Nancy hardy NewsRadio on one zero five point, nine FM an appeals court in San Francisco says President Trump's executive order threatening to withhold. Money from sanctuary cities is unconstitutional but the ninth. Circuit court of appeals as a lower court went too far when it. Blocked the, order nationwide the. Appeals court says the president does not have the authority to attach new conditions to spending approved by congress the ruling came in law Suits filed by two California counties San Francisco and Santa Clara. A plan for a sprawling. Business park in will county that was rejected by the village of Elwood has now, been modified and back on the table northpoint development has scaled down the size of the Cup is business park project from two. Thousand six hundred seventy acres removing some land in Elwood where there. Had been strong opposition the company is seeking approval for warehouses distribution. And light manufacturing along route fifty three Stephanie Irvine and opposition leader tells the herald news they're still. Going to face the same, opposition, she, says they're moving ahead. Regardless of, what the residents what it will be a steep climb though likely needing twenty of twenty six votes from the county board. Mike Krause her NewsRadio on one point nine FM federal health authorities have issued a public alert about more than. Two dozen beef pork, and poultry salad and wrap products because of possible parasite parasitic contamination the agriculture department says. The products distributed by Indianapolis Based, Kato foods, might be contaminated with cyclospora. Which causes intestinal illness products were sold by grocery stores including trader Joe's Walgreens and Kroger British scientists have a new clue into what may be at. The root of an developmental. Disorder searching for the root causes of autism university of Cambridge scientists found women with polycystic ovary syndrome have a thirty, five percent higher chance of giving. Birth to a child on the spectrum than women without the condition they. Found women, with have, elevated levels of the male hormone testosterone. Which has passed the babies in the womb. And can, alter brain development at CBS is Larry Miller, reporting from London public transit can be, cost effective and environmentally responsible but there is a downside if you. Choose mass, transit you should know you, probably will pick up a few germs along the way more than a few actually scientists sent volunteers out to subway lines and had them swab common, surfaces what. They found was that subways arm as you might Teeming with bacteria, checking the different microbiomes they came to realize that commuters, tend to pick a. Bacteria from, virtually everyone who travelled on the same system prior to them so best I'm the limit your. Exposure early morning worst time late in..

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Indiana parents sue after girl with autism restrained in class

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03:35 min | 2 years ago

Indiana parents sue after girl with autism restrained in class

"Bernard thanks for joining us this morning these are the top stories on NewsRadio WBZ m at least two firefighters have been killed battling the wildfire in. Northern California ladies coming. Up from, CBS this is Mike Crausser a lawsuit alleges LaPorte girl with autism was kept in, place at school with a home-made restraint chair and police in park ridge who escaped from a dozen vehicles. In. Sports cubs loss to the cardinals Toronto clobber the White Sox tend to five goalie Corey Crawford attends Blackhawks. Convention but says nothing about his injury we'll see sunshine today. And a high of eighty degrees tomorrow eighty. One with a chance for a, shower it's five, thirty one in Chicago CBS news updates Redding California. In the path of a frightening monster wildfire sixty. Five structures, have been destroyed so. Far another fifty five have been damaged. We have about five thousand that are Are currently threatening Chris Anthony of Cal fire says they fire has been. Incredibly active it's primarily due to, a couple of different factors. The weather has been extremely hot and dry very. Persistent very. Steady and. Strong wind out of the west. That has been pushing the fire from the French Gulch area towards the western area of the city of reading more than forty eight thousand acres have. Been wiped out five. Hundred structures, destroyed leaving the town of Keswick in smoldering ruins KPI x. TV reporter Katie Nielsen, this fire could push into the town of reading at any point and it would just be too dangerous if. They let people stay in their homes and then tried to get out at the last minute nine people. Still unaccounted for the fire west of reading about five percent. Contained CBS news update I'm Gary Nunn WBZ. News time five thirty to the, parents of an, eight-year-old, LaPorte, Indiana girl with autism or filing a. Lawsuit a federal lawsuit alleging the girl was restrained. In a, homemade chair in the. Classroom w mediums my Crausser has more This. It. Says the girl's father was prevented from walking her to class. In one day last September he walked into a. Room and saw her chair with leather restraints. He says, he was told it was built by the teachers father the suit says it's against policy and that the parents were never told the northwest Indiana times reports they became suspicious after. The girls behavior at home changed she. Was having what they're calling extreme meltdowns and was. Refusing to wear her seatbelt in the, car. Mike, Krause her NewsRadio on one point nine FM but doesn't Parkridge residents are paying the price for leaving their cars unlocked overnight this latest pattern began Monday at least eleven cars have been looted and one car. Has been stolen the first night the thieves struck on woodwind Oakland and Glenview avenue late Wednesday. And early Thursday struck three times on Hamlin and on Brophy and northwest highway police, briefly spotted to potential suspects because of a. Three AM nine one one call Thursday but they included officers a car stolen early. Thursday turned up later that day On the, west side of Chicago Bob Roberts NewsRadio, one up five point nine FM the head of a regional planning group backing. A measure that would prevent Chicago aldermen from blocking some formal housing developments people who work at or. Around O'Hare airport, can't afford apartments condos nearby some aldermen residents opposed, lower income, housing in their neighborhoods so Mary Sue Barrett president of the metropolitan planning councils applauding a measure that would keep alderman from simply blocking projects in wards weather's little affordable, housing in communities on the northwest side. Where there's a a whipped up electorate The louder voices and opposition tend to drown out the. People are saying wait I'm a senior citizen in this area I'm a veteran I'm a.

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03:49 min | 2 years ago

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"Sunny seventy seven CBS news update people who live in On around Redding California say it was like an explosion when flames from wildfire barreled into the city last night Ever forget what can, happen in respect for, a fire on these fires are devastating. Flames, jumped the Sacramento river destroying dozens of homes forcing thousands to evacuate. Including this mother and her young children yeah we gotta get going API TV's Joe Vazquez wind-whipped flames, made rose nearly impassable evacuees. Quickly filled the. Highway out of town with bumper to bumper traffic already news station even had to abruptly end it's fire coverage we are going, to, leave the station because it has now unsafe to, be here flames only six percent, contained Cal fire's Chris Anthony this. Is becoming more of the norm in. California this type of extreme fire behavior even this time of the year so it's. Not business as usual anymore so we just, have, to be more diligent and more prepare the s. news update I'm Deborah Rodriguez WBZ news time six thirty two. Illinois state police have released overtime figures for the anti-violence March that shut down a portion of The Dan Ryan expressway three weeks ago WD beams Mike Krause reports Illinois taxpayers are on the hook. For two hundred thousand dollars and that's just what state police say it costs for troopers and supervisors a full mile of them lined up along, a section of the Dan Ryan to those who, would say it was, overkill bringing in two hundred seventy four. Troopers, and bosses state beliefs director Leo Schmidt says it was absolutely uncharted. Territory Chicago police also had extra officers out and dot and tollway trucks were used which added to, the cost Mike Krause her. NewsRadio on one. Point nine FM Debbie bike was the Patrick nation mode of choice for a man who robbed a woman in the south loop, early, this morning let's get a live update now from, WBZ Bernie voyeur the robbery happened, close to twelve thirty this morning. And the seven hundred block of south. State Street Chicago police say a thirty five year old woman was walking with three. Friends when a man rode by on a divvy bike and grab for her purse there was a bit of a struggle over it in the Bike crashed. But the man wound up with the purse and ran away police say another man came up to. The woman and appeared to be concerned in wanting to help but that man was later seen with the robber that is believed to have been an accomplice. Reporting live burning to Foy NewsRadio on one point nine FM VM news time six thirty three police, in lake mortar say the man, who was shot to death after pulling a gun on an, officer was wanted by police in Pennsylvania the, lake more officer who I approached year. Old Kenneth Martel had no idea, that the sleeping man was the focus of an errand ground search five hundred miles. To the east in Crawford county Pennsylvania two hours north of Pittsburgh Pennsylvania media report that Martel Monday sought to. Rob a man six days shy of his eighty ninth birthday but ended up stabbing him to death he then forced his own. Mother her boyfriend and others at gunpoint to dispose of the body, clothing and plenty. Blankets police. Say yesterday's encounter quickly developed into a struggle that ended only when one officer shot Martel in the face Bob Roberts NewsRadio, on what five point nine FM North Korea's returning the remains of dozens, US servicemembers killed on the Korean war US military plane has flown them to an airbase. In South Korea foreign policy expert Ralph Crawshaw it'll be interesting to find out whether or not we had to pay for it or not in, the past always insisted on pretty every paycheck to reimburse the costs involved in recovering the remains move follows through on kim jong un's promised president trump when they met last month w._b._z. news time six thirty five walgreens has you covered with the trusted summer essentials you need no matter where you go this summer whether you're swimming in.

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01:59 min | 2 years ago

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"The Glenview triathlon on, August fifth one among them will be a Catholic priest doing his, one hundred triathlon WBZ Bernie to foyer reports father rob Schultz says he's the most unlikely person you'd think would. Be competing in his one hundredth triathlon after all, he says, as, a kid he was, the most unathletic person he knew the first time he ever saw triathlon was in Len viewer he'll do his one hundred That everyone does. Translate is a hard core But I saw a lot of this ordinary people like need to kind of fired me other Schultz's pastor of Saint Beatrice church in Schiller park and is using his one hundredth triathlon is fund raiser for money to repair a roof and. Foundation leaks in the rectory and church hall talk about my racing from the pulpit in my church sometimes who exactly yes to inspire, people burning to foia NewsRadio on one point nine FM The Chicago fire. Department had a very unusual -mergency yesterday when a construction worker on downtown high rise project was impaled by, a metal rod WBZ's Mike Krause reports the worker was on the thirtieth floor of a building under construction at four zero one east Wacker when he. Fell according to fire department spokesman Larry Langford and was impaled on rebar that went through his thigh and. Crews got on the scene they had already. Brought the, man down apparently they cut the rebar and brought him and the rebar. Down to, ground, level, are in ruins crews? Started, treating the. Man and made a cautious transport over, to northwestern hospital and a fire department crew is said to the ER to help department squad one went in with their heavy equipment and actually cut the rebar in the emergency room a little unusual but you do what you have to do Langford said don't be surprised to see. This one on an episode of the show Chicago fire Mike Krause her NewsRadio on what oh five point nine FM coming up Bloomberg, business WBZ News time to Twenty-three let's, say you just. Bought a house bad news is you're one.

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01:37 min | 2 years ago

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"WBZ AccuWeather forecast tonight cloudy with a shower thunderstorm. A low of sixty nine tomorrow cloudy and breezy with a couple of showers and a thunderstorm a high of seventy five tomorrow night mostly, cloudy with a shower around mainly early a low of sixty nine and then Sunday mostly cloudy and breezy with a couple of showers a high of seventy nine at seventy at O'Hare in seventy, one at the. Lakefront WBZ news, time nine twenty Our top story this hour fresh comments from investigators in the Missouri duck boat tragedy we'll have much more under story coming up at. Nine thirty one the Chicago fire department. Had a very unusual emergency today when a construction worker on a downtown high rise project had impaled wasn't paled on a metal rod WBZ Mike Crausser reports the. Worker was on the thirtieth floor of building under construction at four zero one east. Wacker when he fell according to fire department spokesman Larry Langford and was impaled on rebar that went through. His thigh and crews got on the scene they had already brought the man down apparently they cut the rebar and brought him and the rebar down to ground level crews started treating the man and made a cautious. Transport over to northwestern hospital and the fire department crew is said to the ER to help fire department squad one went in with their, heavy equipment and actually cut the rebar in the emergency room a little unusual but what you have to do Langford said, don't be surprised to see this one on an episode. Of the show Chicago fire Mike Krause her NewsRadio on what oh. Five point nine FM WBZ news time nine twenty one now CBS Tuesday Erica sergeant joins us with a preview.

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