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Statue Vandalized In Chicago's McKinley Park Overnight

WBBM Evening News

00:50 sec | Last week

Statue Vandalized In Chicago's McKinley Park Overnight

"William McKinley Last night in his namesake park on Chicago's South West side, someone left behind a nylon strap tied around McKinley's chest, apparently in an unsuccessful effort to pull the statue down. The Kenley statues have been targeted by activists elsewhere for the 25th president's treatment of Native Americans. It comes after protesters forced the city to remove the statue of Columbus in Grant Park and interesting to note the McKinley statue installed in 19054 years after his assassination was made from a statue of Columbus that had been in Grant Park during the 18 93 World's Columbian exposition. It was said to be universally disliked at the time, even hideous, just plain ugly and was melted down. Mike Krauser news radio 105.9 FM PROBABLES legend Michael Jordan is making a

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Missing woman found in Midlothian-area forest preserve was strangled: Medical examiner, Chicago

WBBM Evening News

00:44 sec | Last month

Missing woman found in Midlothian-area forest preserve was strangled: Medical examiner, Chicago

"Medical examiners say Ah Harvey woman whose body was found in a suburban forest preserve two days after she disappeared was strangled. W BB EMS Mike Krauser reports 22 year old Vanessa say how Ramirez disappeared while walking in the Midlothian Meadows forest preserve with her mother on Monday afternoon, police said she returned to their car by herself, and when her mother got back, she was nowhere in sight. Her body was found yesterday about four miles from where she was last seen. Authorities only said they were conducting a death investigation. It's not clear whether there were outward signs of trauma. At one point, police reportedly followed a ping from say how Ramirez's cell phone to an apartment complex a couple miles away. Mike Krauser, NewsRadio 105.9 FM.

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Missing Chicago area woman found in Midlothian-area forest preserve was strangled

WBBM Afternoon News Update

00:43 sec | Last month

Missing Chicago area woman found in Midlothian-area forest preserve was strangled

"Examiner's say Ah Harvey Woman whose body was found in a forest preserve two days after she disappeared, was strangled with an update. W BB M's My Krauser 22 year old Vanessa, say how Ramirez disappeared while walking in the Midlothian Meadows Forest preserve with her mother. On Monday afternoon, police said she returned to their car by herself. If and when her mother got back. She was nowhere in sight. Her body was found yesterday about four miles from where she was last seen. Authorities only said they were conducting a death investigation. It's not clear whether there were outward signs of trauma. At one point, police reportedly followed a ping from say how Ramirez's cell phone to an apartment complex a couple miles away. Mike Krauser, NEWSRADIO 105.9 FM.

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Chicago's Mayor Urges Calm ‘No Matter the Outcomes' This Election

WBBM Evening News

00:56 sec | Last month

Chicago's Mayor Urges Calm ‘No Matter the Outcomes' This Election

"Peace as Election Day approaches, the mayor noted, no matter the outcome of the election. Some people will be unhappy with that in mind, she said. The city is making preparations and really has been since summer when protests turned violent and there was looting. Regardless of what happens. November 3rd will be a big day for all of us. Our goal is clear. Keep Chicago in safe as we take part in this momentous day. We have to be smart, safe and peaceful. No matter the outcomes of next Tuesday's elections. We all know that emotions will be high because they already are and I urge you to channel those emotions into peaceful and productive expressions expect to see more visible police with emergency lights on and barricades and trucks being used as barricades in business corridors. Mike Krauser NewsRadio 105.9 FM, two months after he was

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United Center to serve as polling place on Election Day

WBBM Morning News

00:47 sec | Last month

United Center to serve as polling place on Election Day

"Board of Elections partnering with the owners of the United United Center Center to to help help the the next next Tuesday's Tuesday's election, election, the the owners owners have have agreed agreed to to have have the the arena arena used used as as a a polling polling place. place. Tails Tails this this morning morning from from W. W. BBM, BBM, my my Krauser. Krauser. They're They're calling calling it it a voting super site and it's a first The United Center will be open to all Chicago voters from 6 A.m. to 7 P.m. on Election Day and will provide same day voter registration vote by mail ballot return and in person voting, Bulls Chairman Jerry Reinsdorf and Blackhawks chairman Rocky words said in a joint statement. They're proud. The building will be used as a voting location for the first time in its history, and they're happy to offer the arena to further civic engagement and expand voting opportunities. Mike Krauser News radio one of 5.9 FM governor, Pritzker is imposing

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05:30 min | Last month

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"NewsRadio. W. BBM, This is Mike Krauser. It appears that he didn't want her to carry the pregnancy through charges against a Southside man accused of murdering his pregnant ex girlfriend and their baby, a drug company says federal Regulators have given the go ahead to resume testing a potential covered vaccine. The presidential candidates hit the campaign trail for the stretch run on the South Side neighborhood is displaying blue lights in support of police. On Wall Street. The Dow was down 28 Today with the S and P. 500 gained 12 on the NASDAQ was ahead by 42 clearing skies. Cool temperatures tonight. Rosa range from 28, some of the western suburbs the 37 along Chicago's lakefront Right now under cloudy skies. It's 43 at O'Hare W BBM news time. 9 31 A 39 year old South side man is charged with murdering his pregnant ex girlfriend, Cook County probation officer and their unborn child 10 days ago outside her home in the Jeffrey Manor neighborhood, this Jones Child was born just 40 minutes after his mother A shot. She died within moments of giving birth child died Four days later, First Deputy Police Superintendent Eric Carter announcing charges against Corey Dearing, alleged to have shot 35 year old Stacey Jones, the mother of his child in the back on her front porch, chief of detectives Brendan Dina Han, detectives learned that relationship had ended and they eventually learned the father of the child. Had made some threats to the victim. In this case, the victim had conveyed to some of her friends that the father told her she would never make it through the pregnancy. Deering, who was a youth football coach, was initially arrested just after the murder. But at the time, police said there was not enough evidence to charge him. Mike Krauser news radio 105.9 FM, AstraZeneca says federal regulators are letting it resume testing of its potential Corona virus. Vaccine Tests on the vaccine were stopped worldwide early last month. Study volunteer and And became ill. AstraZeneca says studies have resumed in other countries and the Food and Drug Administration is now giving the go ahead. This is one of several Corona virus vaccine candidates and final stage testing. It's common to temporarily stop testing. Researchers want to know whether an illness is a side effect or a coincidence. In this case, the volunteer developed severe neurological symptoms. Consistent with a rare inflammation of the spinal cord. I'm a Donahue The head of the World Health Organization has a new warning about the Corona, virus. Director general of the World Health Organization, Ted Rose, Gabrielle says. We're at a critical juncture in the pandemic. The next few months are going to be very tough. And some countries are on a dangerous struck the United Nations recorded about 445,000 new Corona virus cases in the past 24 hours, a little less than a six of them were in the US nearly half were from Europe Technical lead Maria van Kirk over in many cities across Europe. The capacity for I see who is going to be reached in the coming weeks Thursday cases in the U. S hit the highest one day total since July. Wendy Gillette, CBS News President. Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden returned to the campaign trail after last night's debate. The two men are taking their different styles and messages on the road with 11 days left the president's billing himself as the same disruptive outsider who won four years ago. It's all talk, no action with these politicians, Biden says. Characters on the ballot to you know who I am. You know who he is? Biden's campaigning close to home today with an event in Delaware, the president's holding two rallies and his adopted state of Florida virtual must win for his reelection chances. He plans to vote there tomorrow. SOCCER Megane Washington, A weekend long effort to get out minorities to the polls began in Orlando. It's not just about today's voters ask you to think about the decks generation. That's why they're bringing it. Entertainers like Anthony Hamilton common Rickey Smiley, Doug E, fresh and others to perform near downtown's Amway center. Now an early voting center organizer, Tiffany More. Russell is also Orange County's clerk of courts this weekend. It was our goal to, you know, make it exciting that voting is exciting event runs through Sunday when buses will bring souls to the polls after they've got the church. Peter King, CBS News Orlando to show support for Chicago police, residents of one South Side neighborhood are installing blue bulbs in their porch lights. The campaign called one blew. Chicago is kicking off in the area around 61st in Wabash. It's the idea of Andre Smith, the president of the group, Chicago against violence, he says at a time when police and the community are often divided. The blue light campaign is a way to bring the two sides together in a common effort to reduce crime and violence. Police need the community input that can't solve crimes as you can see just by doing it themselves. Otherwise, there would be no crime. They need the community. It's a must. You must work with the Goodman. There's no exception it that way with Ivan pushed his crime right out of Vire. Smith says. He also hopes the blue lights will show criminals that residents will work with police to catch those responsible for crime and violence. He says The eventual goal is to expand the blue light campaign across the city and a reminder if you're working remotely or any time you're home. Just ask you're smart speaker to play W BBM news radio to stay on top of all that's happening. Subject. Gas prices traffic weather in Star date Next It's 9 36.

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01:45 min | Last month

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"Looking for call today at 8338 rocket or a rocket mortgage dot com to learn more called for cost information and conditions. Equal housing lender license in all 50 states in MLS number 30 30. W. B of news time 3 11 39 year old Southside man who was arrested but released his back in custody charged with murdering his pregnant ex girlfriend, A cook County probation officers. Jones Child was born just 40 minutes after his mother A shot. She died within moments of giving birth child died Four days later, First Deputy Police Superintendent Eric Carter announcing charges against Corey Dearing, alleged to have shot 35 year old Stacey Jones, the mother of his child in the back on her front porch, chief of detectives Brendan Dina Han, detectives learned that relationship had ended and they eventually learned the father of the child. Had made some threats to the victim. In this case, the victim had conveyed to some of her friends that the father told her she would never make it through the pregnancy. Deering, who was a youth football coach, was initially arrested just after the murder. But at the time, police said there was not enough evidence to charge him. Mike Krauser news radio 105.9 FM, Some residents in Elgin will be participating in National Red Weapon Revenue Red Ribbon Week this weekend. The Daily Herald says red ribbons will be tied on bridges in downtown Elgin tomorrow to raise awareness about the drug problems facing kids in this country. Red Ribbon Week is a memory isn't memory of DEA special agent Enrique Kiki Camarena, who was killed by drug traffickers in Mexico in 1985 million years. Time. 3 13 pup Today when you don't have much time subscribed to the W P B m all local podcast new version several times each day from NewsRadio 7 81 5.9..

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"mike krauser" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:05 min | 2 months ago

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"At O'Hare. So this kind of thing doesn't ever happen again. Mike Krauser news radio 105.9 FM. W BBM news time six traffic and weather together on the eights Here's tried Erickson. Things are looking good If you're on the evens in or about, it's all clear the Kennedy inbound silver cover Living Lawrence Division out into the bird interchange. That's 34. But it's coming in from O'Hare to downtown for the injunction. 19 her up outside slows to Armitage. This little spot past Harlem Beyond that, 24 minutes to get to O'Hare about Eisenhower stole from Mannheim to Austin. That David of the bird interchange of 42, but it's committed for three daddy making your way it for Matt Hymes 29. Back out. You're slow for about the Cicero to Austin now, 36, But it's around 3 90 about Stevenson. Not bad. Just a little slow spot around Cicero to about Polaski 32 committed for 3 55 You wait back out his 30, but it's no problem. Soft lakeshore drive to 3 55. 55 North South bound looking good that he had Ryan sighted from Stephen said. Birdie to change 21 minutes downtown back out the same 21 minute trip, But you're slow from 79 to 95th. No so spots had 57 in and out by movie. Well, the Bishop 40 inbound for 159 to the Dan Ryan really slow and pockets the entire way because of earlier crash around 130th handsome weather movie through 28 minutes committed for baby died before to get to today and Ryan back out is slow to 103rd off the Ryan to 80 94. 17 minutes. Lakeshore Drive north bound your slow pockets Regret Parker that to Chicago Avenue. That's where it ends yourself. Outside, tightens up between Michigan in Chicago Avenue. No problems. Did you try state or the atoms? The Reagans and slow spots between the Aurora told East to a yola. Because the road work to get out, Elaine until they're just picking it up right now. As a matter of fact, the West outside just movie find no road work to contend with the rest of the veterans North South bound looking good rounds 53 3 90 a okay as well as I 80 and into northwest Indiana 80 94 94 65 in terrific shape. Next traffic reported 6 18 on NewsRadio 70 DEA. What a 5.9 of them, don't you, baby immaculate tonight cloudy skies, occasional rain and drizzle with a low of 43. Then tomorrow showers continue.

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No Charges Against  Police Officer Who Killed Security Guard Jemel Roberson In 2018 in Midlothian, Chicago

WBBM Late Morning News

01:05 min | 2 months ago

No Charges Against Police Officer Who Killed Security Guard Jemel Roberson In 2018 in Midlothian, Chicago

"Attorney, Kim Foxx has determined no charges will be filed against the Midlothian police officer who shot and killed a security guard outside a Robin's bar two years ago in what was described as a chaotic shooting scene. BBM is Mike Krauser reports Security guard Jemele Roberson was holding a man at gunpoint involved in a shooting at Manny's Blue Room when Officer Ian Cov arrived with an assault rifle and despite others reportedly telling him Roberson was a security guard. The officer shot him to death. Andrew M. Stroke is theater knee for Roberson's mother, Beatrice, while we know Jemele was unjustifiably and tragically shot and killed the legal standard today in Illinois. To charge an officer criminally are so high that it was a difficult decision. I know from this box and you know, devastating decision for the family to hear about, he said. The family will fight to change the law, the state's attorney said in a statement. The totality of the evidence is insufficient to support criminal charges. Mike Krauser, NewsRadio one or 5.9 of the Illinois

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Chicago - No Charges Against Midlothian Police Officer Who Killed Security Guard Jemel Roberson In 2018

WBBM Late Morning News

01:05 min | 2 months ago

Chicago - No Charges Against Midlothian Police Officer Who Killed Security Guard Jemel Roberson In 2018

"Attorney, Kim Foxx has determined no charges will be filed against the Midlothian police officer who shot and killed a security guard outside a Robin's bar two years ago in what was described as a chaotic shooting scene. BBM is Mike Krauser reports Security guard Jemele Roberson was holding a man at gunpoint involved in a shooting at Manny's Blue Room when Officer Ian Cov arrived with an assault rifle and despite others reportedly telling him Roberson was a security guard. The officer shot him to death. Andrew M. Stroke is theater knee for Roberson's mother, Beatrice, while we know Jemele was unjustifiably and tragically shot and killed the legal standard today in Illinois. To charge an officer criminally are so high that it was a difficult decision. I know from this box and you know, devastating decision for the family to hear about, he said. The family will fight to change the law, the state's attorney said in a statement. The totality of the evidence is insufficient to support criminal charges. Mike Krauser, NewsRadio one or 5.9 of the Illinois

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Dallas school district apologizes for assignment describing Kenosha shooter as 'hero'

Noon Business Hour

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Dallas school district apologizes for assignment describing Kenosha shooter as 'hero'

"Been given an assignment that involves the Illinois teenager accused of murdering two people during protests in Kenosha. The assignment was met with outrage by some putting Kyle Riton house in the same league is Gandhi and someone familiar with it, who spoke to CBS In in Dallas, said the teachers, misspellings of Gandhi and Malcolm X were pretty outrageous to seeing in assignment from an English teacher that stipulates that it would be created on spelling and then riddled with spelling errors would be enough to give anyone pause as too like the integrity of the assignment. The teacher has been disciplined how the school isn't saying the administration did issue an apology and said students didn't have to complete the assignment. Mike Krauser news radio

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WBBM Newsradio

02:00 min | 2 months ago

"mike krauser" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"This fall. This is Mike Krauser in Wicker Park. This event has shattered our family. The fiance of the Walgreens employee who was stabbed to death says it could have been prevented Hurricane shally pounds Alabama and Florida, the latest coming up from CBS News. Nobody. BBM business that Tao up 210. The NASDAQ is down four and the S and P is a 14 points. Oil is up. 4%. We're heading to a high of 83 degrees Today. Tomorrow Friday Saturday just in the sixties, though, right now. 66 degrees, CBS News covers the world. It's 11 o'clock. Thiss Is CBS News on the hour? Your home for original reporting. I'm Steve K. Finn. Hurricane Sally's pounding the coast of Alabama and Florida panhandle with strong winds and a lot of rain. There have been rescues in several places. Mike would is with the police department in Pensacola. We had one call where a tree went through. Ah, house and officers went through a wall to get a person to rescue them. We just had another call on 100 year old lady that's needing help getting out of her home that is flooding. Now CBS's David beg No is covering the storm. I'm standing at about 40 mile per hour winds that are sustained, but every once in a while, you'll get a gust. Of up to 80 MPH is something else goes off behind us. It's hard to hear what it is. We actually saw a surfboard flying behind Sally's been downgraded to a Category one hurricane. The CDC is out today with a plan that would make over 19 vaccines available for free for all Americans. The blueprint given the Congress hopes for all roll out late this year or early next two doses 3 to 4 weeks apart. The Senate hearing. Illinois Democrat Dick Durbin questioned Dr Robert Catholic, I want to make sure this is on the record. Yes, sir, You're saying three weeks to four weeks for a vaccine, sir. That's manufactured. Yes, sir. Now is it approved by the FDA? That is a decision that they will have to do based on the scientific data that they received from the clinical trial. And when it comes to a new round of Corona virus, relieved.

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Neighbors Relieved As Chicago Bans One-Night Rentals To Crack Down On Parties

WBBM Late Morning News

00:56 sec | 3 months ago

Neighbors Relieved As Chicago Bans One-Night Rentals To Crack Down On Parties

"Imposing new regulations on short term residential residential rental rental properties. properties. W W B B BM BM is is Mike Mike Krauser Krauser With With the the story. story. The The city city is is answering answering complaints complaints about about how how short short term term rentals rentals have have changed changed some some neighborhoods neighborhoods first first by limiting the number of homes where they're allowed now banning single night Reynolds often used for parties. A neighbor of one such party house in the old Town neighborhood, Diane Fitzgerald says You wouldn't believe the things she's seen. There was a bachelor party and they were having a golden arches contest. She gave further explanation to CBS, too. They were peeing on our roof. There has also been violence at short term rentals. Hose. Property owners now have to submit applications to the city. They can't just list of property on a site like Airbnb. And finds for things like parties, gang activity, prostitution or drug trafficking could cost a property owner up to $10,000, Mike

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Some Neighbors Relieved As Chicago Bans One-Night Rentals To Crack Down On Parties

WBBM Morning News

01:01 min | 3 months ago

Some Neighbors Relieved As Chicago Bans One-Night Rentals To Crack Down On Parties

"Grappled with short term residential rental properties listed on sites like Airbnb for years. Now there are new regulations that ban single night rattles. The city is answering complaints about how short term rentals have changed some neighborhoods first by limiting the number of homes where they're allowed. Now banning single night Reynolds often used for parties. A neighbor of one such party house in the old Town neighborhood, Diane Fitzgerald says You wouldn't believe the things she's seen. There was a bachelor party and they were having a golden arches contest. She gave further explanation to CBS, too. They were peeing on our roof. There has also been violence at short term. Reynolds hose. Property owners now have to submit applications to the city. They can't just list of property on a site like Airbnb. And finds for things like parties, gang activity, prostitution or drug trafficking could cost a property owner up to $10,000, Mike Krauser, NewsRadio 105.9 FM. Police are

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At Least 51 Shot, 8 Killed So Far In Labor Day Weekend Gun Violence In Chicago

WBBM Late Morning News

00:57 sec | 3 months ago

At Least 51 Shot, 8 Killed So Far In Labor Day Weekend Gun Violence In Chicago

"Head of the Chicago Police Department is critical of the actions taken by the Cook County Criminal courts Following the most violent Labor Day weekend in four years. Wcbm is Mike Krauser reports 51 people were shot over the holiday weekend, There were 10 murders, including the stabbing deaths of two women. Police Superintendent David Brown over the Labor Day we can officers have recovered 201 guns making 146 gun arrest. It's a damn shame. It was the most violent Labor Day weekend since 2016 when 63 people were shot and 13 were killed. The superintendent said The violence picture is improving with a 50% decrease in murders over the past seven weeks and an 18% decrease in shootings tenuous progress. He called it Mike

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WBBM Newsradio

01:53 min | 4 months ago

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"Includes a timeout. Mike Krauser News Radio, 105.9 FM Javadi BBM News. It's 11 0 wait. We have traffic and weather together on the eighth at the traffic center trend, Erickson And Bob. No problems If you're on the Eaton's looking pretty good on the Kennedy as well, inbound, slight delay approaching the bridge interchange. But that's about it on the Eisenhower all is well between 3 90 downtown, inner outbound and to it from Mannheim looking just fine, too. On the Stevenson, you're looking great, but the inbound and outbound Stevenson ramp to the involved and Ryan. Both those ramps have road work, and it takes you down to one lane on both the ramps. And the right lane is closed others Dan Ryan itself from the Stevenson the Roosevelts. So that's all going to be in place through mid September, and something to keep in mind and that ramps get pretty tight, especially the inbound Stevenson wrapped to that inbound and Ryan. So keep it in mind and back your mind anyway. 55 looking good. Well, Thornton South Bound River Road are snow still of that road work. You're down to one lane, but no slowdowns right now, with the light volume. On the Dan Ryan out. Found your okay to 95th urine outside tights up between the Skyway at Garfield, but that's improving the two right lanes still down. That's roadwork. Overnight stuff till 5 a.m. And then the right lane And that shit is close with the Stevenson Roosevelt. A little slow going through there to the up outside, looks good. 57 both sides of the Bishop Ford in great shape. So his lakeshore drive north and South bound Some totally work on the north outside the tri state over the by along bridge. The two right lanes are closed with that road work, and that's still five tomorrow morning, and we've got westbound on 80 eight's road work of the two right lanes as well till five AM from Route 59 to Farnsworth. Pretty happy there, but the eastbound size movie Fine. The next traffic report at 11 18 on NewsRadio, 70 to get a little 5.9 FM needle remain clear through the night 55 of the cooler suburb 63 at the lakefront, sunny and 84 tomorrow. Current temperature reading 70 degrees. Double TVM NEWS time..

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WBBM Newsradio

01:35 min | 4 months ago

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"Of potential disciplinary measures includes a timeout. Mike Krauser NewsRadio 105.9 FM baby of News Time. Time for traffic and weather together on the eights. Good evening. Good evening things. Look okay. If you're on the Eaton's the Kennedy Not bad the up outside find the inbound side a little slow as you approach the bird eater. Change your typical delays on the outbound side of the Eisenhower, which don't exist at the moment. But the inbound side approaching the predator change you'll find A little hesitation there on the Stevens and you're moving well, although that rap work continues from the outbound Stevens in the ramps to the inbound and Ryan, both of those have road work. Take it out. Elaine, which leaves you just wanted cell. There's road work. They're a little slow going under wraps, but the main lines fine bed Ryan slow it from thieves. Stevenson to the bird interchange. That road work as I mentioned is until September, and it's in the right lane on the On the Dan Ryan as well. Help out sides find 2 95th that otherwise I 57 of the Bishop Ford. No issues or problems. Lakeshore Drive, moving Wells North find a little spotty. Delayed through Grant Park. That's about it of the Tri state. North bound. Slow going from the third Street toll over the mile Long bridge. Two right lanes are closed with road work until the end of the year. No problems is to make your way on the Adams or Reagan, both sides of the veterans Memorial and Routes 53 3 90 Look great. I 80 cease and shape got Sabrina work around the Richards to watch for Without causing any delays. Right now in your westbound trip, 80 94 94 I 65 of the toll road in northwest Indiana are in great shape. Your next traffic reported 18 on NewsRadio, 70 DEA. What a 5.9 FM Your sky is a beautiful night flows between 55 63 along the lakefront, Mostly sunny tomorrow. Nice and warm of the high of 84 upper seventies.

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02:57 min | 4 months ago

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"This is Mike Krauser, Lake County, Illinois looks to hire 136 people to work. His contact tracers into American astronauts make room for a dinosaur. Is they prepare for a return to Earth? BBM AccuWeather forecast calling for a bit of a cloudy and spotty rainy night tonight as we head down to a low of 67 for tomorrow, cloud some Senate Times with shower thunderstorm heading to a high of 82 tomorrow. Right now it's 88 O'Hare WCBM NEWS time. 3 31 CBS News UPDATE. Hurricane Isaias has weakened a bit as it approaches the southeast coast of Florida. CBS News Meteorology of Jeff Barr, a deli WCBM NEWS Time 3 31 This week. Niles Police have buried two of their own killed when a motorist struck them on a Texas highway nearly two weeks ago, and that same crash has now claimed another life We get. Details from IBM is Brandon Ice of the law enforcement community in Niles buried Detective Joseph Paglia and Community service officer Michael White this week after they died in a July 18th crash. Now another member of the Nile's Police department, has died from injuries that he sustained when a motorist crossed into Elaine occupied by writers for the thin Blue Line Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club. San Antonio, Texas Sergeant Joseph Lazo, who was engaged to be married in 2021. Died on Thursday. Brandon Nice and NewsRadio one or 5.9 FM, The city of Chicago will allow bars. They don't serve food to set up tables on sidewalks and serve customers there. Michael Z. Y owns Home Tavern on Lincoln Avenue and like you, and he tells CBS, too. He has a message for mayor like Foot. You've gotta give us a break. I know we have to be safe, but you got to give us a break because everything is going to shut down. Even though the city's allowed the serving of alcoholic establishments that serve food, many of them also say that covered 19 restrictions. Have made it difficult to make enough money to ensure their survival. Long term leaders in north suburban like county say they're beginning the work of hiring hundreds of contact tracers to help them get a handle on the spread of the Corona virus. The Health Department received a state grant of nearly $5 million plans to hire 136 people to work his contact tracers. Sarah's amore with the Health Department tells the Lake County news son as more people returned to bars and other events where people gather, she anticipates more will test positive. Large social gatherings are concerned, she says. Maura Loud music loud talking and people talking without masks increases the likelihood of new infections, Zamora said in the last month. You were about 3400 new cases in Lake County and contact tracers reached out to 2500 of those affected. The new contact tracers will allow other county employees now doing that work to transition back to their jobs..

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WBBM Newsradio

02:02 min | 4 months ago

"mike krauser" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"This is Mike Krauser with a growing number of Lake Michigan Beach closures in Indiana Dunes, national and state parks. Are considering how to deal with increasing crowd. Vandals hit the office of the Chicago alderman for the third time in a month, and the gross domestic product suffers its worst drop on record, the latest coming up from CBS News business, the Dow was down 416 points. The NASDAQ is down 66. We have 77 degrees in Chicago. Now. CBS News covers the world at 10 o'clock. Thiss is CBS News on the hour sponsored by Rocket Mortgage. I'm Steve Cave and a record shattering number details the toll the corona virus pandemic has taken on the American economy, The government says in the April through June quarter, it shrank at a 33% rates that's on an annualized basis. It's not to say that the economy is only 2/3 the size now that it wasn't the end of the first quarter. No, the economy shrunk. Still an epically bad 9.5% during the quarter bankrate dot coms, Greg McBride, there have been millions of layoffs and consumer spending his nose dived. The political world is buzzing over a tweet from President Trump. He questions whether the fall election should be delayed because mail in voting will lead to what he calls an inaccurate and fraudulent election. CBS is Stephen Portnoy. Despite the president's suggestion on Twitter, only Congress can change the date of the presidential election in 18 45. It set Election Day is the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November. It's been that way through the Civil War, the Great Depression World War two the unrest of the 19 sixties Watergate His allies say Mr Trump was merely trying to highlight the flaws he sees in voting by mail. But critics say he demonstrated a lack of understanding of the limits of his powers and willingness to put his own interests above the law. According to his website. Former presidential candidate and entrepreneur Herman Cain has died. He had been hospitalized with covert 19 Kane was 74. John Lewis's funerals getting underway right about now in Atlanta. Three.

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5-Month-Old Boy, 2 Men Shot On Near North Side, Chicago

WBBM Late Morning News

00:53 sec | 5 months ago

5-Month-Old Boy, 2 Men Shot On Near North Side, Chicago

"Are are in in custody custody after after a a five five month month old old boy boy was was shot shot last last night night in in old old town. town. What happened outside the Marshall Field garden apartments on the 1300 block of North Hudson. It about 7 p.m. Shots were fired from a car people on the street. Five month old boy in two men, 19 and 25 were wounded. First Deputy Superintendent Eric Carter said the baby had a graze wound to the temple and was going to be okay. This is not normal for anyone. Whether it's Chicago. Any other city around this country is quite heartbreaking, so to speak, to see that everybody has no disregard for anyone's life, life, let let alone alone five five Moto Moto child. child. The The two two men men who who were were shot shot were were in in stable stable condition, condition, Carter Carter said. said. A A description description of of the the suspect's suspect's car car was was broadcast broadcast and and it it was was pulled pulled over over near near 37th 37th and Princeton seven miles away, and to people were arrested without incident. Mike Krauser.

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"mike krauser" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:44 min | 5 months ago

"mike krauser" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Mike Krauser. Changes in the Postal Service could mean your mail will be delayed. NASCAR holds the largest sporting event in months. This is Bernie to FOIA. Contaminated soil has been discovered at a second baseball field in the head Wish neighborhood on the Southeast side. Governor BBM business. This is one Walter with you. Just in initial jobless claims come in a little bit more than expected 1.3 million Street was looking for. One and 1/4 1,000,000 stock index futures Activate the forecast for today. Cloud's breaking for sunshine rather humid high Today of 85 We have 70 degrees in Chicago. It's 7 31 and let's check back in now, with our financial editor, Len Walter Moore on the weekly unemployment claims hot off the press. Lin And thank you pad. Ladies and gentlemen. It's a broad measure of layoffs in the U. S. And they did not decline is expected but remained a little bit elevated anyhow, pushing to total during the Corona virus induced economic crisis over the past four months above a staggering 51 million Still the totals today that was 1.3 million instead of unexpected one and 1/4 1,000,000. Ah, those totals during the virus are exponentially higher than the previous all time high of 695,000 claims. During a deep recession that was in October of 1982. Yet the forecast is threatened by a spike in Corona virus cases across much of the country, particularly now in the south and west and decisions by more than 20 states to pause or reverse the reopening of restaurants, bars, gyms, movie theaters and so on. And that could spark a new wave of layoffs, especially in hard hit states like Florida, Texas, Arizona and California and possibly even pushed the number I had this morning a little bit higher again. The claims out this morning a little bit better than expected, but still 1.3 million won. WALTER NEWS Radio 7 81 of 5.9 FM double BBM news Time. 7 30 to Governor Pritzker in his director of public health, have a message for young people and their parents own a virus cases in Illinois topped 1100 yesterday, the fourth time this month the number of cases has been above all I've been hundreds and Department of public Health director doctor in Goa Zizek says Young people ages 10 to 29 are having higher case rates now than ever before. In this pandemic. We're following this very closely, but young people And parents of young people. Please be aware this virus is now being spread by youth. As the state reopens. Governor Pritzker has now divided Illinois into smaller regions instead of four regions. It's now 11 in Chicago and suburban Cook are each a.

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"mike krauser" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:18 min | 5 months ago

"mike krauser" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"This outside Mike Krauser, NewsRadio, 105.9 FM WCBM news time, 12 games, traffic and weather together on the AIDS and here's Boat ran what we have issues. No matter where you look across the area, Robert we will start on the Illinois tollways where we have a few issues that are really causing having including on the eastbound side of the Gene Adam's tollway. Traffic is solid from the Elgin Toll plaza around 31 where crews are now blocking all lanes of the eastbound side of 92 clear a crash crash happened over an hour ago. They moved stuff over to the shoulder. Traffic was getting by Now They're blocking all lanes to clear it out. The traffic is just getting by on his shoulder very heavy on the eastbound side of 90 because of this elsewhere, we have an issue on the South bound Tri state before 95th because of a crash in the right lane. It's a multi vehicle crash their South bound on 2 94 Once you get through all that you're really heavy on the south end of the tri state from I 80 over to the bishop forward, and this is all because of really heavy traffic, trying to get into Indiana. We'll talk about it. Just a second elsewhere on the Illinois tollways, the Reagan told eastbound past The York Road Toll Plaza Medical emergency blocks Right lane. No delays on the 3 55 53 combo. Big issues, though getting into Indiana 80 94 eastbound jammed up from the Ford all the way over to the Indiana toll Road. Eastbound I 80 is heavy before Kensi onto the south end of the Tri state. If you think you'll take the Chicago Skyway to the Indiana toll road, you can do it. But you're going to be in a several mile parking lot on the Chicago Skyway eastbound Jam before 73rd of the Skyway Toll Plaza. Lot of traffic trying to get East for the long holiday weekend. So really, no good options to get into Indiana. Just plaque. Pack your patience for a long drive. Eden's all clear on the outbound side. But inbound is heavy from Peterson to the Kennedy because we had earlier rollover crash in a couple of lanes. It's off on the side. Now. All the lanes are back Open. Kennedy and 30 from O'Hare, 20 from the junction expressing will save you about five minutes. Outbound Kennedy 17 Montrose It's 30 minutes out to O'Hare. Earlier crash on North Avenue is clear. Eisenhower Inbound 36 from our 3 90 23 from Mannheim, 35 to the 3 90 Tollway Stevenson and 32 from 3 55 No outbound delays. The damn runnin down 25 minutes 95th Downtown, 35 on the up and trip from the burn interchanged. The split 50 seven's okay. The Bishop Porting down 20 minutes 18 94 to the Dan Ryan Outbound 4 to 159 to crash blocks. The left lane Billy started. Sibley is 23 minutes after 80 94. Next traffic a 12 18 NewsRadio 78 and one of 5.9 of them vacuum weather forecast for this afternoon mostly sunny, hot, moderately human high Today of 92 cooler at the lake temperatures in the mid eighties. An air.

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"mike krauser" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:33 min | 5 months ago

"mike krauser" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"The inspector general for inappropriate conduct with a student Mike Krauser newsradio one oh five point nine FM there's a growing body of evidence that Latino communities across the nation are being infected at dramatically higher rates than other racial and ethnic groups health officials and advocates point to a number of actors many Latinos live in tight quarters with multiple family members and have jobs that expose them to others lack of health insurance mistrust of the medical system and a greater incidence of pre existing health conditions like diabetes also put Latinos as a group at higher risk researchers analyzing data about covert nineteen and race are finding stark disparities in infection rates across the country in North Carolina for example Latinos account for forty five percent of coronavirus cases but make up only ten percent of the population I'm Ben Thomas the National Institute of health is halting trials of hydroxy caloric wind to combat cove it nineteen the drug was abandoned in use against the corona virus in place of new medications that are being developed there's several other drugs in development including monoclonal antibodies and molecules that were designed to target this virus inhibit the virus from duplicating and hopefully those will have significant benefit and that's where we're putting our real hopes going forward as these new classes of drugs that will learn the data on over the next several months that is CBS's Dr David Agnes reporting if you're among the many people still working remotely ask your smart speaker to play WBBM newsradio for all.

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"mike krauser" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

03:12 min | 6 months ago

"mike krauser" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"M. this is Mike Krauser the prosecutor in Lake County Indiana says the police version of the hospital shooting yesterday that left a retired police officer and a psychiatric patient dead was not accurate Wrigleyville business owners push ahead without the benefit of baseball this is Jennifer Kuiper a west suburban kids parade will take place this fourth of July with covert nineteen precautions being follow Senate Republicans roll out proposed changes to policing details next from CBS on the markets the Dow down forty nasdaq is up sixty and the S. and P. is up two points sunshine in Chicago land headed up to a high of eighty eight right now eighty two degrees CBS news update Senate Republicans out today with a package of police reforms south Carolina's Tim Scott as point man for the legislation that could be acted on next week the answer to the question of which side do you support it I support America and if you support America you support restoring the confidence that communities of color have been in institutions of authority it does not go as far as a series of measures outlined by Democrats new York's Chuck Schumer is the Senate democratic leader of the democratic bill bans chuckles and other tactics that have killed black Americans the Republican bill purports to banjo Cole's only those that restrict airflow not blood flow and provides exceptions when deadly force is needed in the market place pepsico and Quaker are pulling the image and name and Jemima from pancake and syrup packaging CBS news update I'm Steve K. for WBBM news time eleven thirty two news is sponsored by friendship village there's new information about a violent altercation at community hospital in Munster early yesterday he left a security guard and a patient there the Lake County prosecutor Bernard Carter says the security guard fifty nine year old retired Lake County sheriff's officer Ryan ask you was killed accidentally by his partner the sheriff Oscar Martinez said yesterday the guard was killed by a psychiatric patient who had wrestled his gun away and Munster police while refusing to respond to calls and emails put a post on Facebook supporting that narrative the prosecutor says what really happened was ask you as partners sixty five year old Benny Freeman also a retired police officer came to the aid of a nurse who was being beaten by the patient twenty two year old Jamal Williams and Williams put ask you in a show called in was punching in and ask who was losing consciousness his partner Freeman according to the prosecutor fired twice hitting the patient Williams in the face killing him and his partner in the arm and the bullet went into his chest killing him as well Mike Krauser newsradio one oh five point nine FM in light of all the independent state cancellations a west suburban veterans group has decided to have a parade for kids VFW is hosting a fourth of July parade for children who are encouraged to wear their patriotic best Batavia VFW commander J. Davis tells us we have six acres so as far as social distancing goes people are are more than able to create a space between them and others then as far as food goes will take food handling precautions everyone work gloves don't have masks and the fire department will be there on.

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"mike krauser" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:51 min | 6 months ago

"mike krauser" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Breaking news at a hospital in northwest Indiana live reportedly also has a big traffic problems in northwest Indiana that's not related all that information coming right up here the forecast for today it's gonna be summary sunny warmer humid day high of eighty four cooler like front right now seventy one of the higher sixty five degrees like front going up to eighty four today my top local story on news radio is there's been a shooting at a hospital in the Munster were told two people are dead let's get a live update now from WBBM Mike Krauser Kalpetta pretty dramatic shooting here at community hospital in Munster was just after one o'clock this morning that day according to the Lake County sheriff's department a nurse was being assaulted physically assaulted beaten by a psychiatric patient and to hospital security guards came to her aid both of the security guards retired Lake County sheriff's officers the the psychiatric patients struggled with them and remove the gun from one of the the officers holsters and shot him to death the other US security guard then shot the psychiatric patient to death that's when the there was a large response for shots fired in the hospital and the sheriff's department and Munster PD both said that they found the two victims here Doug deceased at the hospital I haven't had much to say so far other than the the basics of this incident there was a huge police presence here earlier that his since disappeared but we're hoping to hear more from the police soon live in Munster Mike Krauser newsradio one oh five point nine FM thank you Mike on a much lighter note here fans of local brews have been waiting for this news for a long time the city says bars and breweries with outdoor seating can re open starting tomorrow which executive.

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"mike krauser" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:42 min | 6 months ago

"mike krauser" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Partly cloudy tonight more comfortable overnight low daybreak sixty four mostly sunny tomorrow with a pleasant breeze and lower humidity I seventy six upper sixties at the lakefront lakefront temperature now seventy eight midway eighty eight eighty eight and it also it's also eighty eight headed to a partly cloudy low is sixty four I'm accu weather am meteorologist Bob Larson on Chicago's weather station newsradio seven eighty one of five point nine FM WBBM news time six forty one the owner of a beach rental home in Michigan city says her home was flooded with raw sewage yesterday while the city crew is cleaning out a sewer main honor St Mary Murray was at a rental home near the beach when she heard work going on outside trucks and workers then she heard what she describes as a gurgling from the bathroom meeting went out and talked to the guys and like you know it's just normal they told me they tried pushing the toilet seat that goes down by the time I came back I could hear this rush of water the truck was overflowing sewage and water rushing out all over the floors all over the main area of the house into the basement the city called a commercial clean up crew Murray was told this is going to be a major project under the floor joists hard wood sub floor tile baseboards in dry wall it got into the vents in fairness to the home is booked all summer tens of thousands in repairs and lost rental income the city told her it would make things right and said part of the blame appears to be a private contractor doing on authorize work at a nearby home Mike Krauser newsradio one oh five point nine M. in a deeper dive into important stories download the weekly W. P. B. M. in depth podcast a new addition each.

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"mike krauser" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

03:29 min | 6 months ago

"mike krauser" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Peacefully marching on twenty sixth street in little village Mike Krauser newsradio one oh five point nine FM the southside Chicago alderman worries that some good news may be overwhelmed by the bad news is the region tries to recover from Colby nineteen and the looting and unrest Walmart incorporated says it will re open all of its Chicago area stores damaged and looted by protesters violent this past week and twenty first ward alderman Howard Brookins junior applauds that but he says all the grocery stores and pharmacies and more were looted in close in this neighborhood too I'm grateful that Walmart is said that they will re open the closed doors we also can't lose sight of the fact that these local and regional Haynes who already struggle in in this pandemic who could not easily turn from in person store to online presence some of those stories may not open back up he says the problems of police misconduct economic divestiture and health care all need to be addressed Greg Gallimore newsradio one oh five point nine FM president trump says he's hearing positive feedback from religious leaders about his walk to Saint John's church on Monday president suggests he wasn't aware police would use violent tactics to clear the way for his walk to Saint John's church I didn't say move them out I didn't know who was there I figured I was gonna walk over the church very nearby this couple leaders who run the church who were themselves forced from the area by police were furious that the church was used as a backdrop for a presidential photo op but Mr trump tells fox news most religious leaders loved it it's only the other side it didn't like it you know the opposing the opposition party as the expression goes Steven Portnoy a CBS news Washington defense secretary mark esper says he does not support using active duty troops to quell large scale protests that directly contradicts president trump who had threatened to send troops to cities dealing with looting and violence as per says those forces should only be used in a law enforcement role as a last resort and only in the most urgent and dire situations on another matter Astrid says he's ordered the army to investigate an incident earlier this week in which a military helicopter hovered over a crowd of protesters in DC I want to make sure I understand why what happened who was involved what words were they given or not given what was our a safety issue involved right with an aircraft having that low so there's a lot of questions need to be answered appears from social media videos the helicopter was trying to disperse the crowd some are calling it unsafe police are urging people not to attend a planned gathering in Australia's second largest city this weekend organized to protest the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis Victoria police assistant commissioner Luke Cornelius says it's due to concerns over the spread of coronavirus planned on Saturday with a man out totally the largest mass gathering seems to try directions because I'm sorry the truth health officer directions come into force and so the satellite pros angels of a real potential tipping point public gatherings are currently limited to twenty people people are advised to stay five feet apart we'll get a check of your accu weather forecasting traffic and weather together on the H. also the situation on the roads couple of truck fires causing problems throughout the day all that is next WBBM news time to thirty seven your business is struggling revenue fell but your debt level.

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"mike krauser" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

05:10 min | 6 months ago

"mike krauser" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Five point nine FM WBBM coming up in the next half hour news radio WBBM this is Mike Krauser it's not quite business as usual but a bar in Elburn re opens at the urging of the village president and the police chief a reward is being offered for information concerning a racist graffiti found in Naperville angry reaction continues to the death of a man in police custody in Minneapolis the latest coming up from C. B. S. news on Wall Street the Dow is up two hundred and thirty six points the nasdaq down ninety four and the S. and P. is up four points we have sunshine in Chicago land transfer some thunderstorms later this afternoon high of eighty six right now it's eighty degrees at eleven o'clock CBS news on the hour your home for original reporting I'm Steve K. family in northern New Jersey hoping to save the summer or at least some of it's in the midst of the pandemic Florida's Walt Disney world just announced a plan to begin to reopen its parks in less than two months senior vice president Jim macphee plans call for a phased reopening of our theme parks beginning with the Magic Kingdom and Disney's animal kingdom on Saturday July eleventh in California Kerry Stevens hair salon and others can now re open she says the economic cut from the pandemic has been deep I haven't been able to pay my rent I haven't gotten any kind of PPP loan approval it's been hard on new York's Long Island Karen McEvoy's reopening her four stores today but says restrictions may keep her from making the kind of money she needs how do I pay my rents with curbside delivery and in store pick up a new survey finds only about half of all Americans would get a cold it nineteen vaccine if researchers come up with what's important for me to get vaccinated so it's available to better protect my family thirty one percent in the survey like this woman say they're not so sure that he was in a year or two who causes me to fear that it will be widely tested as to side effects one in five till the A. P. E. N. O. R. C. survey they would not get vaccinated friends and family say the firing of four Minneapolis police officers for the death of George Floyd in their custody is just the first step terra brown is is because we want to see them lower instate we want to see them charge we want to see them connected he did not deserve what happened to him we're just a few hours from a historic moment the first private company launching astronauts into space forecasters say the probability for favorable weather at launch time is dropped to just fifty percent because of expected clouds and rain in the area SpaceX CEO Elon musk tells CBS news they're being extra cautious anything anyone could think of to improve the quality of success make sure bomb dog ours are safely taken to the space station but as the after party in fact I've told space sixteen is not simply the top priority is the only priority SpaceX and NASA hopes to launch at four thirty three eastern time Peter king CBS news at the Kennedy Space Center heavy rain is an issue in the Carolinas today tropical storm Bertha came ashore just after it formed forecaster jeopardy Ellie has his eye on western heat fifty plus record highs will be challenged through the weekend across the west with the worst heat from today into tomorrow in the valleys of California valley cities like Bakersfield Modesto and Sacramento we're gonna see highs near a hundred and five Wall Street right now the Dow is up two hundred forty eight points this is CBS news you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com app download it today Google gets you access to licensed agents twenty four seven which means the geico was always there for you if only everyone was always there for you like your wife when you forget your keys at work my texts I am looking for the spare house key maybe I can get through the window turns out the alarm works wow it works you should probably call me back always there for you with savings and twenty four seven access to licensed agents which to sprint to get our best unlimited you'll ever four lines of unlimited for just a hundred dollars a month if that's not enough for throwing in for Simpson galaxy phones on us shop from the comfort of your home at sprint dot com call eight hundred sprint one or come see us in our stores phone after thirty five forty two per month critically too much credit applied into bills of cancel early remaining balance due on the basic after seven thirty one twenty one for thirty five dollars per month per line without updating the privatization during digestion coverage and often not available for exchange activities and running speed maximum he's real thirty dollar activation fee and fifty to five the new Kaiser family foundation reports is forty eight percent of us or someone in our family put off medical care of some kind during the pandemic eleven percent say a medical condition has worsened because of it seven in ten say they do plan to seek out the doctor again soon it's call game on a CBS primetime show premiering tonight big names doing strange things there's NFL star rob Gronkowski's.

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Storm Surge Brings Crashing Waves, Flooding To Lakefront Areas

Car Pro

00:31 sec | 11 months ago

Storm Surge Brings Crashing Waves, Flooding To Lakefront Areas

"Are strong north wind is pushing massive waves down Lake Michigan creating a spectacle waves are slamming into the shoreline and occasionally huge walls of water thirty feet higher the result portions of lakeshore drive have been swamped on the city's north side and on the south side waves to push the block in London one low lying area access to portions of the popular lake front trail have been blocked off and areas where storms have caused severe damage are getting it again Mike Krauser for CBS news

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"mike krauser" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"mike krauser" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"B. M.'s Mike Krauser seven hundred eighty nine people lost their lives defending all overdoses last year according to the cook county medical examiner's office compared to five hundred eighty listed as homicides Dan Hostetler the executive director of the above and beyond family recovery center told CBS to ease not surprise we have boots on the ground that give us experience all evidence of this is happening we see if there were fifty eight fewer fentanyl deaths last year than the year before following two years of increases likely because of the overdose antidote nor cam in Hawaii the helicopter that crashed killing seven people remains on a remote mountain ridge the weather is kept the national transportation safety board from sending a recovery team to the island of koh Y. to investigate the crash last week authorities say it would take four to eight hours hike through dense forest to get to the site so the NTSB plans to remove the wreckage by helicopter but Myshkin CBS news I'm not one hazard a Bucks county man is facing rape and other charges after a woman he's accused of holding captive escaped out a window over night and ran for help yeah what have you suburban bureau chief Jim Miller reports it took police about eight hours to get forty eight year old Curtis bisschen custody hill town township police chief Chris angle art at one point during the incident the officers did observe him in possession of what would appear to be an A. R. style rifle which obviously raised major concerns stores at that point according to the criminal complaint a woman tells police she escaped vicious home through window after being held captive throughout the day beaten and raped she's quoted in the complaint is saying fish freaked out on her adding he held me down and choked me and did everything possible he could do which was checked out of the hospital if I'm bruises all over her body bite marks on their fingers and marks on her neck for work she says Bish choked her with an extension cord it's believed fish was using methamphetamine he settled eight hundred fifty thousand dollars bail with the preliminary hearing scheduled for next month in delta township Jamelle word K. whatever you news radio the man who wore black face during the mummers parade have been expelled and banned from future members of vents but the controversy has sparked renewed calls to end the annual tradition they would have you community affairs reporter Gerry Gregg planes groups are coming together turn up the heat on sponsors it's the same thing and we must not be seen were caught the kill here is that the co founder of vote reparations last year he led an effort to protest the members when it was believed they had use black base during the new year's day parade it was later discovered that an African American had participated in the controversial skit but he in a comrade so argued that the members given their hits we have to go this year they're targeting sponsors we really want to go to them and you know and ask them they really want for a reason great Harrison has organized a protest set for Friday March we know what type Smith wrote an op ed titled the mummers cannot be saved arguing that the one hundred twenty year old tradition was founded in marking black people for white enjoyment and while most kids are fair game llamas are not an alliance with with where the city used to be earlier this week mayor Jim Kenney called out the mummers who wore black face and that group was disqualified from the parade Greg kit will be news for the young if your in the Limerick township area you may need.

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The Chicago Police Department announced Tuesday that it is expanding the number of detective divisions from three to five

WBBM Late Morning News

01:00 min | 1 year ago

The Chicago Police Department announced Tuesday that it is expanding the number of detective divisions from three to five

"The Chicago police department is expanding the number of detective divisions from three to five that returns to a model that was abandoned some years ago W. B. B. M.'s micros a report yes and sometimes take detective sixty to ninety minutes to arrive at a crime scene and by that witnesses may have disappeared and evidence could be contaminated interim superintendent Charlie back says the changes are a reincarnation of how the detective division used to operation bill just use existing resources to staff these these new areas the percentage of detective sees low for a major city of roughly thirteen thousand officers ten to eleven hundred our detectives and one goal is improving what's been a dismal homicide clearance rate deputy chief of detectives branded data hand says they're putting the detectives closer to the crimes area three which on the north side will have more robberies right and then for on the west side will have more shootings and more homicides the cost is five million dollars they're expecting to be up and running by the first of April Mike Krauser newsradio one of five point

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