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Teachers Excited, Anxious About New School Year as Remote Learning Resumes in Chicago
"Chicago is 400,000 public school students went back to school today. Remotely that had some teachers and others voicing concerns about technology as we hear from W BB EMS Nancy Hardy Westinghouse High School chemistry teacher Naina Hike says teaching from home will allow her students to connect to the science in a whole new way. But she's worried about her Internet connection going out, you know, spends a lot of time so teaching, you know all of the technologies to use to engage students, but I'm just concerned about you know the Internet. In a zoom call with reporters set up by the Chicago Teachers union, Paula Baraka says she doesn't know how many of her special ed students Don't have computers or Internet connections because she didn't have time to check in with them. That time wasn't built into our schedules, so a lot of it is on today. Nancy Hardy, He's radio 105.9 FM.
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"He loves payoff. Ware not going to create the backdrop for the violent chaos. He wants to see Nancy Hardy NewsRadio 105.9 FM. Meanwhile, in Springfield, some Illinois lawmakers were hearing about police training in the use of force presenting the Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police. Retired chief Chuck Gruber says use of force is under investigated. Right now you get a use of force and most police departments The police officer writes. What happened? It goes to the sergeant to sergeant reviews, signs it and sends it in. Nobody even goes to the scene to look and see if there was any evidence. In any other crime that's committed. You're going to look for evidence. What they learn at the Academy Force treating generally is throughout the entire 14 weeks, as far as the use of force has also been uncovered the escalation that's Kelly Griffith, counsel to the Law Enforcement Training Standards board. The Illinois capital, David all news radio 105.9 FAA on the Presidential Campaign trail. Jill Biden visited the Wilmington, Delaware school today. To promote her husband's plan for how schools should reopen the mid. The Corona virus is the Biden campaign. Anders what's promises to be a grueling general election? At that school Jill Biden's of this year the pandemic has ended another anxiety to a time that's normally fill of full of excitement. Some classrooms are dark. As the bright young faces that used to fill them. Now we just see them on screens right boxes on screens. And while other classrooms are open, they're full of unknowns Visit to that school by Mrs Biden in which you'll visit schools and eight battleground states as part of a tour for decades, she taught in various schools throughout the Wilmington, Delaware area. Apparently, Russia is added again trying to spread misinformation in the 2020 presidential election, just like they did in the 2016 contest. CBS News correspondent Nora O'Donnell reports Facebook is trying to keep up with a flood of fake accounts coming out of a Russian box. Facebook said it removed a network of fake accounts tied to Russian efforts to inflame political tensions right here in the US One site that was taken down called Peace Data has connections to the Internet research agency. That is the notorious troll farm charged with trying to interfere in the 2016 presidential campaign. Facebook says it acted after getting a tip from the FBI. Iran on the world powers working to save the nuclear deal with Iran have agreed in Vienna. To do everything possible to preserve the landmark 2015 agreement was their first meeting since the White House announced a bit to restore U. N sanctions against Iran. Environmentalists say the oil industry has asked the United States to pressure Kenya to change its world leading stands against the plastic waste The letters Africa.
Would McDonald's have fired its CEO in the absence of #MeToo?
"McDonald's firing of it's just C. E. O. over a consensual relationship with an employee shows a corporate shift amid the me too movement but also raises questions loyal universities Quinlan school of business professor Seth green says gone are the days when a CEO can ask out an employee like Microsoft's Bill Gates did with his now wife Melinda decades ago this question of how do you beat at work and what is that look like is an important question that is not fully resolved the applause McDonald's board of directors for holding CEO Steve Easterbrook to the same standards as others about relationships within the company but green notes the departure of the fast food giant's chief people officer also raises questions about enforcing the rules when it comes to the boss what's the role of that HR or other leader in the institution who guards the values to be able to report to the board in these cases Nancy hardy news radio one oh five point
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"Part right now sixty five degrees we'll tell you all about the rest of the week and the weekend in your complete accu weather forecast coming up our top local story on newsradio WBBM a woman was injured when something fell from a building at Michigan and Madison WBBM Steve Miller is on the scene and joins us live now with the latest Cisco apparently the woman was just walking by on Madison and a piece of the building fell she was conscious when we arrived on the scene she was talking she seemed to be okay a few was sitting in a a chair and an ambulance share and was taken into the ambulance to be treated that ambulances now left the scene here this building is Willoughby tower was built in nineteen twenty nine right at the start of the Great Depression it it has a lot of warranty work on the on the outside of the building and you could see one of the police officers was actually holding the piece that fell from this building if it's about the size of I don't know maybe the three inches by the eight inches or something that that fell from this building we understand it hit the woman's arm hoping to learn learn more at the scene that that's all we have to report now from live from Michigan and Madison Steve Miller newsradio one of five point nine FM teacher prep time appears to be a major sticking point in negotiations between the Chicago teachers union and C. P. S. W. B. B. M.'s Nancy hardy reports the union wrapped.
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"A man suspected in the shooting at a south side convenience store was arrested about two and a half hours later by a swat team after the man according to police barricaded himself inside of a home just a few blocks away police say a fifty year old clerk at the J. J. peppers at seventy first and Kedzie is hospitalized with a gunshot wound to the chest his condition has not been released lawyers for two men on trial for killing nine year old tie Shawn levy unsuccessfully sought a mis trial today the lawyers for Dwight Jodie and Corey Morgan were angry that Chicago police withheld what they considered key information from them until this week the Tribune reports the lawyers argued that police did not timely hand over evidence to prosecutors that officers had stopped to man on the street for questioning in twenty seventeen moments after recovering five guns including the pistol later linked through testing to tie Sean's killing outside the presence of jurors the attorneys argued that they could have investigated the two men as possible suspect in Thai shines killing. the Illinois state museum is returning a culturally significant objects taken from and and the the the people in Australia nearly ninety years ago forty two items will head back to Australia from the state's museum when representatives of the a Rhonda and Barty Joe we aboriginal communities come to Springfield next month the museum's curator of anthropology Brooke Morgan says they include sacred ceremonial items that are supposed to be seen by only certain people and secular items such as necklaces they're going to use these things that are repatriated to better themselves and their and future generations how to make these traditional objects the university of Chicago gave the object to the museum in nineteen forty two after one of their anthropologist collected them while working in Australia Morgan says they've been in and temperature controlled environment off display for nearly forty years Nancy hardy news radio one oh five point nine FM WBBM news.
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"B. B. M.'s Nancy hardy reports stream would fire chief Chris Clark was among those who responded to a call of an explosion and fire in a town home on **** bark lane at around four PM I was the first one to arrive and that there were indeed windows blown out of town houses on the siding and blown off he says a fire in the basement appears to have started after a contractor installing the heating and air conditioning unit cut through the natural gas supply for the building the contractor was taken to hospital with cuts the town homes sustained significant damage but the units on either side did not in C. hearty these radio one oh five point nine FM Lake Forest police say a thirty two year old north Chicago man has been charged with child endangerment for leaving his two sons in a closed up parked car for more than two hours this morning the way Wake Forest deputy police chief rob Copeland explains it it could have been a fatal mistake our after assume that the heat inside that vehicle was probably over a hundred twenty degrees and that they were probably in there for you know two hours at that temperature or greater Copeland says thirty two year old Brenden Wilson left his eight year old the nine year old son's inside his vehicle outside northwestern Lake Forest hospital where he had gone for medical treatment for himself and hospital security alerted police after the boys repeatedly honk the horn the windows and they were both channel RJ and they were sweating profusely Copeland says the boys were treated at the hospital Steve Miller news radio one of five point nine FM mayor Laurie Lightfoot says she wants Chicago to build a memorial to the nineteen nineteen race riot whose centennial the city observed this past weekend and they are also wants to see the Chicago public schools teach lessons about it I'd like to see very specific course taught a Chicago history it civics in general so that's something that we're in conversation with with doctor Jackson routine life it says many Chicagoans know little about the nineteen nineteen race right the left more than three dozen dead Chicago police are asking for help locating a man who's been reported missing for nearly a month Edward Bosley was last seen July second in the three hundred block of north.
Illinois Congressman Was At Gilroy Mass Shooting
"Connection to the deadly shooting spree in northern California her from CBS news a long time Chicago your your member of Congress as he and his wife were after your garlic festival last night and before to run for cover with a gun and started shooting WB Williams Nancy hardy just obtained a statement from his office he lively occurred as the congressman says he and his wife for not far from the gunmen and appeared to get closer to what he describes as loud pops when they began running down the Penske offers prayers for the three people killed and those injured and thanks to law enforcement without their quick action he says the tragedy would be far worse the Penske has voted for requiring universal background checks for all gun
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"All the R. Kelly and extreme danger to the community especially to minor girls he repeatedly referred to the singer's attraction to middle school aged girls they said the charges send a message that no one is above the law not even a famous musician defense attorney Steve Greenberg argued Kelly attended all of his prior court hearings on state charges and says he doesn't like to fly and has no money that's reporter Nancy hardy WWJ news time five thirty three the house is consumed this hour by a proposed resolution condemning president trump for his tweets suggesting some members of Congress should quote go back to the countries from which he said they originally came CBS news White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy has the latest speaker Nancy Pelosi asked members of both parties to condemn the president's tweets experiments are racist Michael publicans accused Colosio violating the decorum rules the kerfuffle stopped floor action for more than ninety minutes speaker pro tem Emmanuel cleaver left the rostrum and frustration of fairness is not enough because we want to just fight and the new chair stepping in to replace him Majority Leader Steny Hoyer did rule pelo she's remarks out of water but a GOP bid to strike her words from the record failed Stephen port no I CBS news the White House meantime counselor to the president kellyanne Conway spoke for Mr trump at a small news conference outside the White House this afternoon he's tired heat we a lot of us are sick and tired of this country of America coming last the people who swore an oath of office sick and tired of our military being denigrated sick and tired of the customs and border patrol people that I've put protection people I was with who are overwhelmingly Hispanic by the way in McAllen Texas sick and tired of them being no you don't understand you can go in Jewish reporter asked Conway about exactly which countries president trump was telling the for Congress woman to go back to you she then ask a question about the reporters ethnicity WDBJ news time five thirty five on Wall Street markets closed mixed today Dow industrials giving back twenty three and on this prime day W. W. J. business editor Marie Feldman says Amazon is doing more than selling it is also fine looks like they were picking up walk in delivery vans from Spartan motors in Charlotte Michigan sport received an order for over twenty two hundred vans one analyst says it has to be from Amazon.
Man found guilty of killing a Chinese grad student at the University of Illinois
"Of former U. of I graduate student bread questions murder trial begins today WBBM dancy hearty reports she took a federal jury in Peoria about ninety minutes to determine burned Christiansen was guilty of union Jong's murder sentencing involving the same pool could take up to a week and a half the only to be unanimous in deciding of the twenty nine year old should get the death penalty if they agree first that he intentionally killed the visiting Chinese scholar defense attorneys asked the judge to prevent prosecutors from saying at sentencing Christiansen refused to disclose where Jon's body was a remains still have not been found Nancy hardy newsradio one oh five point
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"A connection. Nancy, hardy NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. Construction, crews now are reconfiguring the work zone. It Jane burn interchange. The Sakaba department of transportation says the reconfiguration requires partial lane and ram closures early this morning in order to be set up. The inbound Eisenhower expressway at Damon will be reduced to one lane by one AM today while Rams to the outbound Kennedy. Dan, Ryan and I to be wells drive will all close at various points until five AM today. C dot says the new construction is necessary to complete the new inbound pavement between Racine avenue and halston street. You can sign up for regular news updates and breaking news alerts, WBZ, NewsRadio dot com slash alerts. WBZ news time, twelve oh. Eight traffic and weather together on the ages, we say, good morning to kneel fear Reto morning, Roger and happy Monday. All we'll get to more formation Rogers you alluded to about the Eisenhower and just omitted here. The expressway that looks great either side, the Kennedy coming in just twenty five O'Hare out the junction. It's a twenty minute ride to the expressway. Lanes closed off until five the O'Hare extension. I will ninety that looks good. Now, the Eisenhower is heavy from western pass Damon. Thirty four minutes in from route three ninety Twenty-one for Mannheim, it's two left lanes closed past AME into the burn interchange. Until one crews are working on a new Wayne, configuration to last throughout the summer who's also alternating closures on the outbound Kennedy and the Dan, Ryan ramczyk until five entrance ramp from Ashland also blocked off. So you may want to stick with either the Kennedy coming into downtown or the Stevenson over on the Stevenson you look good thirty minutes either way between three fifty five at lake shore drive. No worries on I fifty five through well county, the Dan Ryan coming in, that's heavy from Roosevelt. Nineteen minutes from ninety fifth downtown no worries on fifty seven or the Ford and lakeshore drive. Looks good to the toll as we go with a tristate to ninety four is quiet. So it was Jane Addams, I ninety and the Ronald Reagan eight no issues on the Veterans Memorial tollway, three fifty five or route fifty three and three ninety looks great. So does I eight. Through Joey yet and eighty ninety four through west Indiana. The road work continues on the Indiana toll road in spots between ninety four and the West Point toll it traffic and weather together on the every ten minutes. News Radio seven eighty five point out FM the WBZ AccuWeather forecast early this morning. Mostly cloudy skies, a low of fifty two later today. Mainly cloudy,.
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"Nancy hardy, NewsRadio one zero five point nine FM WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange is mixed next missed extradition hearing his lawyer Gareth Pierce told the court Assange was not very well. Assange, his forty seven years old isn't Belmarsh prison serving fifty weeks sentence for jumping bait in Britain was fighting exhibition to the US which accuses him violating the espionage act by publishing secret documents containing the names of. Confidential military and diplomatic sources Sweden also seeks in for questioning about an alleged rape, which Assan has denied it's not clear which claim would take president's Syria shaklee, London, well known actor making a political statement once again, deniro's out bed in the New York Times begs Robert Muller to testify before congress, the country needs to hear your voice, your actual voice the actor writes, the letter was written, just hours after Muller made his first public statements following the release of his report on President Trump and possible collusion with Russia deniro signs off your life is finished shining, example of bravely and selflessly doing things for the good of our country. I urge you to leave your comfort zone and do that again, Matt piper CBS news. Target his recalling ninety thousand USB cables that can pose shock and fire hazards. The three foot charging cable cell run fifteen dollars. Three Taylor is received fourteen reports of the products smoking. Sparking or igniting including two instances of finger burns, the cables are from a company in Minnesota. Their menu factored in China and targets sold them from June of last year, there January of this year gas, prices, traffic and weather. Next WBZ news time to thirty six. Let's say you just bought a house..
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"Shooting. This is Nancy hardy Boeing faces another lawsuit from people who lost relatives and a seven thirty seven Maxine crat WBZ sports Jeff journey without O humidity's. She's on the DL. Bisexuals? Baltimore cups of the day off in Seattle tomorrow. Dow closed up eleven points. The NASDAQ up sixteen the s&p five hundred closed up three when the rest of this afternoon. Cloudy and cool with a high of fifty four some more rain tomorrow. Currently forty nine degrees at four o'clock. CBS news on the hour with Jeff glor- sponsored by the capital e-e-e-e-no card. Good Monday afternoon. The FBI says it has stopped a terror plot to attack a political rally near Los Angeles this past weekend complaint charges, Mark, Stephen Dominica. Domingo's a twenty six year old resident of recedo with a felony offensive providing and attempting to provide material support to terrorists US attorney Nicanor says Domingo considered other attacks at times, Mr. Dominguez said that he wanted to kill Jews as they walked to synagogue at other times. He said he wanted to kill and target police officers attack, a military facility or or attack crowds at the Santa Monica. Pier. Federal authorities say the suspect planned the attacks as retribution for the New Zealand mosque attacks much more on this story on tonight's CBS evening news. The woman who was killed in a deadly shooting in southern California synagogue. Is being rate laid to rest at this hour CBS's Steve Futterman is there. The funeral for the only person killed this weekend is taking place in the same synagogue where she was shot down sixty year old Laurie K will be remembered as someone who was always willing to help yesterday. Rabbi Yisrael Goldstein who will lead the service talked about his longtime friend Lori took the bullet for all of us. She didn't deserve to die. Local officials will be attending today's service. Steve Futterman, CBS news outside the on temple empowering, California groundbreaking, film director and screenwriter. John singleton has died. CBS's? Matt piper reports John singleton was the first black director to receive an Academy Award nomination. All the more remarkable considering it was for his debut feature. Nineteen Ninety-one boys in the hood, which he also wrote like many of a subsequent films it dealt with inner city issues. Among his other movies two thousand three's too fast. Too furious. And more recently. He co created the FX TV series snowfall fifty keys of Colombian white. I don't want to buy it. So we need to find a drug deal in two thousand sixteen he reflected on his career in an interview with television academy foundation,.
Brothers sue Jussie Smollett's lawyers, claiming defamation
"FM two brothers who say they help jussie smollet stage in attack or now suing attorneys for the empire actor claiming defamation WBZ BBN's Nancy hardy joins us live now at the anchor desk with the latest glorious Schmidt says she and other attorneys for Ola and able ocean Dairo filed the sixteen page lawsuit in federal court this morning against mullets lawyers. Mark era goes Antena. Glad my city might police department and my clients all deserve to have their reputations restored. She says the brothers have tremendous regret for their part in what she calls a publicity stunt, but says they had no role in calling or defrauding Chicago police attorney, Greg Kula says the ocean. Dioz have suffered financially from this can't get jobs right now. They're having issues. Trying to make ends meet police alleged cement smollet pay. The brothers to help them stage a racist and homophobic attack. The state's attorney's office drop the charges but smell. It maintains. It wasn't
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"Vacation snow starts to look at. And then get back on a plane. Nancy hardy, NewsRadio one zero five point nine FM. WBZ news time, twelve oh. Wait, traffic and weather together on the eighth series. Neil fiorito. Bob Dole worries on the ins in either direction. The inbound side of the Kennedy. That's fine. Twenty minutes in from O'Hare. It's ten off the Edens. He especially is closed off until five two right lanes or down to between Lawrence and the junction until five AM heading out. You're in good shape now to left. Lanes closed approaching earning park until five AM the O'Hare extension. I ninety overnight construction where you're left lane is blocked off between Bessie Coleman and the Kennedy and that wraps up at five AM as well. The Eisenhower moves well, just twenty nine minutes. Either way you go between route three ninety and downtown the Stevenson's thirty minute ride in both directions. Between the veterans tollway lakeshore drive just twenty back and forth between the tristate and the drive fifty five movie. Well in both directions through will county. The Dan Ryan in fifteen minutes from ninety fifth fifteen out as well. I fifty seven straight just a fifteen minute ride either way between eighty and the Dan Ryan fifteen minutes in both directions along the Bishop Ford freeway as well lakeshore drive is in the clear on the tollways. Tri-state northbound okay for now there is overnight road work continues to knock out three left lanes between I eighty and one hundred fifty nine that wraps up at four this morning. The Jane Addams the Reagan the veterans toll all movie, well, so is route fifty three no worries on route three nine. Ninety in either direction eighty as clear as eighty ninety four and I sixty five the Indiana toll, you expect those roadwork delays continue in both directions between Indianapolis boulevard and the West Point toll plaza it traffic and weather together on the eighth every ten minutes. News Radio seven hundred and we'll five four partial clearing this morning, but cold low twenty nine degrees, and we can expect sunshine.
4 adults, 2 children, shot at baby shower in Chicago
"'em, Chicago police still looking for whoever shot six people two of them children. It happened at a baby shower in Inglewood last night. Here's WGN's Nancy hardy with the latest spokesman Anthony Guglielmi says the Chicago police department is pulling for those injured especially in eight year old boy who was shot in the chest and back on. Rendered for state when they saw that that young boy injured by gunfire. So we are we're really pulling for him and detectives having stopped working this case since it happened ten year old girl was shot in the shin as well as for adults police believe two gunmen came on foot at around six twenty one and fired into the crowd gathered near sixty third Sealy for a baby shower possibly in retaliation for an earlier incident. Guglielmi says the reviewing police cameras to check if a red SUV seen in the area is
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"Nancy hardy reports are Kelly failed to pay the full one hundred sixty one thousand dollars. He owes in back child. Support his publicist. Darrell Johnson says the singer hasn't been able to book shows and the judge wasn't willing to accept anything less. We will come in expecting that. He was going to call. And make an arrangement. He wanted the entire he estimates. It'll take until Wednesday to secure all the funds to release Kelly, meaning the singer we'll have to spend nearly a week in jail. Anthony hardy for CBS news, Chicago Detroit, police say they're investigating an allegation by a woman who says she began a sexual relationship with Kelly when she was thirteen former Trump lawyer and fixer Michael Cohen is telling all the congress. He had a return visit with the house intelligence committee today chairman, Adam Schiff, we had requested documents of Mr. Colin he provided additional documents to the committee. There may be additional documents that he still has to offer and his cooperation with our committee continues. So I think the members found it enormously productive session Cohen offered. The documents reportedly backup is claimed that Trump lawyers edited his full statement to congress about the Trump Tower Moscow project, some privacy groups are worried over a pending agreement between the department of homeland. Security in the census bureau that would give the latter agency access to sensitive personal data about non-citizens CBS, Alison keys reports who federal judges have blocked a Trump administration plan to add a question about citizenship to the twenty twenty cents this but under a proposed agreement between the census and DHS. The census would get everything from non-citizens full names to social security numbers to sensitive alien registration numbers. But the electric privacy information center accused at the census bureau of making an end run around the courts and using data collected by another agency for a different purpose. Alison, keys, CBS news, Washington. Facebook may be declining in popularity in the US. A media research firm says the social network has lost fifteen million users since 2017 CBS's, Larry Magath represents a fairly significant decrease in Facebook users in the United States, and it seems to contradict Facebook's claim that they're continuing to grow, but Facebook if thing. If growth claims on global usage, so it very well may be growing globally yet. Shrinking in the US the doubt lost one hundred thirty three points today. Nasdaq fell seventy this is CBS news progressive insurance pick from a range of coverage options with the name your price tool to find a price that works for you. Find out more at Progresive.
As Government Shutdown Continues, Workers’ Worries—and Bills—Grow
"Against President Trump in twenty twenty roughly two dozen Democrats are still thinking about this or taking steps to run Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts and Hooghly on Castro of Texas have launched exploratory committees. While the former vice president Joe Biden is still thinking about what to do. He seemed to get an endorsement of sorts today from New York's governor Andrew Cuomo who said that he thinks Biden has the best case to make among fellow Democrats Cuomo, by the way says he's not running. So we can at least cross him off the list that is CBS news political correspondent, Ed O'Keefe, the first openly gay male African American state Representative in Illinois history was sworn in yesterday in Brownsville WBZ. Steve Miller reports state Representative Lamont Robinson says it's significant that he's gay and African American because his voice is needed to speak out. For members of his community. There have been three trans women in the Chicago land area that had been killed. And they're murderers have not been solved. That's a big issue as he first openly black palm elected. That's an issue that I can bring home and want to make sure that I shine a light on that issue. No one else is really ringing alarm. We have to do something about that. Another issue that's important to Robinson housing and the homeless. He was sworn in at Matthew house the center for the homeless in Brownsville at Robinson swearing in his family, including his mother and his godfather, former judge John Steele. Steve Miller, News Radio on one zero five point nine FM. The archdiocese of Chicago says it school officials will be meeting early next week with leaders of state Walter school in Morgan park, which may have to close its doors in the fall principal. Sharon O'Toole says the school is small but diverse schools have to have a diversity day. Or celebrate diversity week. We are that every day. We celebrate that every day. Oh, tool says, the families of the one hundred eighteenth students are doing everything they can to raise another one hundred sixty thousand dollars by this Monday to keep the Catholic school open. President Trump's pick for attorney general will get his hearing the Senate Judiciary committee yesterday announced the confirmation hearing for William bar will be held on January fifteenth and sixteenth if confirmed bar would replace Jeff Sessions who was forced to resign in November bar served as a Torney general from nineteen ninety one to nineteen Ninety-three under president George H W Bush US Catholic bishops are beginning a prayer retreat in north suburban Monday line regarding sexual abuse US, Roman Catholic bishops are gathering at a seminary near Chicago for a week long retreat on the church sexual abuse scandal. Organizers say we'll focus on prayer and spiritual reflection and not formulating policy. It also serves as a prelude to the summit of the world's bishops at the Vatican next month to forge a comprehensive response to the crisis. That has riven the church the meetings. Follow to blistering reports this year from state attorneys, general and Illinois and Pennsylvania, alleging negligence by state church leaders. I Walter Ratliff. WBZ news time to thirty-five money from the state will help mckenry county provide workforce training for ex convicts WBZ Nancy hardy reports they county is expecting to start its manufacturing pre apprenticeship program in late spring. Thanks to nearly two hundred thousand dollars from the state director of mchenry's workforce network. Julie Courtney says they plan to have two groups of ten go through the program that includes six
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"Latest is Nancy hardy Chicago police are looking for carjackers recently targeting certain people on the north side and chaos breaks out on the red line platform on the MAG mile WBZ sports, Rick Greg bear's Vikings this afternoon. Pre-game starting at noon today. Kick off three twenty-five bowls in Toronto as well. Sunshine through the day of blustery high of thirty eight degrees forecast for this afternoon. Now CBS news covers the world at eleven. CBS news on the hour, presented by Capital One Bank. I'm Wendy Gillette. The new year begins Tuesday, but it will bring the same old stalemate on the partial government shutdown. The impasse is all about border security counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway said on FOX it's up to Democrats to reach a deal. The Democrats have to come back Nancy Pelosi needs to come back from Hawaii less whole lot more moolah for the DHS accustomed to border patrol finding our border security Democrats, including New York Representative had team Jeffries said they're not opposed to certain improvements at the border over certainly prepared to provide additional funding for enhanced fencing technology drones satellites lighting sensors cellphone towers, and the things that the experts have clearly indicated would improve our border security Jeffrey spoke on ABC homeland security secretary Kirsten Nielsen. And Texas democratic congresswoman Sheila jackson-lee both visited border patrol facilities yesterday in the wake of the deaths of two immigrant children in US custody. Jackson-lee says a congressional investigation is needed. Our committee on judiciary will be immediately investigating the issue dealing with both children having lost their life. The children. We're both from Guatemala Syria's. News agency reports president Bashir Assad has authorized Iraqi forces to attack ISIS groups in Syria without waiting for permission. The development comes in the wake of President Trump ordering the redraw of US troops from Syria. CBS news military consultant retired army major Mike lions on what the agreement between Syria and Iraq means ISIS creates a threat for both Syria and Iraq, and I don't think either government wants to see them be reestablished inside of the Syrian border an inmate who escaped from San Quentin state prison. In California has been captured CBS news correspondent Jim Taylor has more you walked away from San Quentin state prison in California nearly four days ago. Now, the inmate manhunt there is over police catching up with Shalom and dosa at a Taco Bell in puzzle. Robles that's more than two hundred miles south of San Quentin witness. Christopher noise says he was dressed in civilian clothing eating when he was approached by undercover officers gang task force.
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"This is Nancy hardy the sex abuse scandal at Chicago public schools means hundreds of staffers, volunteers and vendors are gone and stocks are skidding again on Wall Street as a tech route continues and several big retailers report. Weak results the latest coming up from CBS news, sports and the Blackhawks are off WB 'em business. The Dow is down three hundred thirty two points higher today. Just thirty four close to that. Now, thirty one at O'Hare CBS news at ten o'clock. CBS news on the hour sponsored by theraworx relief. I'm Jim Taylor down by five hundred points. Earlier this morning Dow Jones industrial average coming back. Now, here's CBS news business reporter Jill Schlesinger. She's looking at tech stocks of sang stocks that stands for Facebook, apple Amazon, Netflix and Google parent. Alphabet, those stocks have taken a really big hit part of it is just that they'd gone up so much that many investors decided they were gonna take money off the table, NASDAQ down forty three s and p five hundred right now down twenty three. The Dow is right now down three hundred and sixteen points. A rebuke for President Trump judge says he may not refuse asylum migrants who entered the country illegally CBS news White House. Correspondent Steven Portnoy federal judge in San Francisco has ruled the administration must at least temporarily adhere to the law allowing any immigrant to claim asylum. Even if he or she crosses between ports of entry. The administration in a statement signals it will appeal that ruling calling it stance legitimate and well reasoned earlier this year and the travel ban case the supreme court upheld the president's power to restrict the entry of any class of aliens. If he deems them detrimental to the national interests deadly gunfire in a hospital four people shot dead in Chicago, including the gunman who killed a doctor first his former fiancee, and then appeared shoot people at random police superintendent Eddie Johnson, there's no doubt in my mind. And all those officers that responded were heroes. And they saved a lot of lies because we just don't know how much damage he was prepared to do. More of us will be traveling this holiday than ever before. A couple of words from Mark Ellwood Conde nast traveler, the flying go and Thanksgiving Day because it will be very quiet if you're driving. It's the other way round thanksgiving's really busy. Trouble in Toyland. Slime balloons, rare earth magnets topping the thirty third annual report by the US public interest research group PR. Geez. Mike litz. Found high levels of boron in some of the popular slime we found up to fifty two times the European Union limit when ingested boron in moderate amounts can cause nausea vomiting and long term. Reproductive health. Issues report finds eighty seven percent of the latex balloon surveyed on Amazon lack legally required choking warnings cloud of smoke in Massachusetts. It could be coming from legal marijuana OB smoking some history later on today. He was first in line at one of the first pot shops to open on the east coast towns of LeicesteR and north Hampton Massachussetts two years after voters there approved sales of recreational marijuana, repeating our top story the Dow is right now down.
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"Desk. Nancy hardy NewsRadio on five point nine FM. Tens of thousands of residents of Wilmington North Carolina are cut off by still rising floodwaters in the wake of hurricane fly. Specials are starting to distribute food water and tarps to people at hurricane ravaged Wilmington city of one hundred twenty thousand that is virtually cut off by floodwaters supplies are being rusted by helicopter and heavy duty military trucks. The city today will start handing out sixty thousand package to meals. Jim Krasula, CBS news, Fayetteville North Carolina Republicans are hoping to salvage judge bread. Kavanagh's endangered supreme court nomination with a televised showdown next week with the woman accusing him of sexual assault. CBS's Nancy Cortez are a lot of character. Witnesses going to bat for both of these individuals allies of cavenaugh put out letters yesterday from two of his ex for decades ago who said he was a perfect gentleman and very thoughtful and respectful many friends of Blasi Ford in California say that she is very reason would never make an accusation has talked to them about this incident. For a long time hearing is expected to begin Monday more than a quarter million people in Cook County may be at risk of losing their healthcare. Coverage people in this room have a pre existing condition congresswoman Jan Schakowsky posing the question at a news conference at Stroger hospital. Democrats are fired up after looking at the results of a new report it shows some two hundred and fifty three thousand Cook County residents who get insurance on the individual market could lose that insurance because the government may no longer require health insurance companies to protect them the need for audible coverage of pre existing conditions is quite literally a matter of life and death. Second congressional district congresswoman Robin Kelly says changes to the Affordable Care Act. Could also greatly affect women seniors and people in high risk jobs like police officer and pilot Michelle Fiore NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. A big night for mckenry VFW Queen of hearts raffle as someone will walk away a millionaire..
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"Plus, this is Nancy hardy state police look for three people who crashed a stolen car into two other vehicles on the Dan Ryan expressway, and some Illinois schools are using technology to alert police when school shootings happen. W B M sports cubs beat the reds one nothing to increase their divisional lead over the brewers to two and a half games. The two teams meet again today. The White Sox beat the Orioles to nothing college football northwestern Illinois, both lose bears taken on the Seahawks tomorrow night in their home opener. It's eight o'clock. CBS news on the hour. Presented by indeed dot com. I'm Alison keys, just because Florence is. Now, a tropical depression does not mean she won't be wreaking havoc on the Carolinas with heavy rain and flash flooding. There are concerns about possible landslides and tornadoes CBS. Jim Krasula is in Fayetteville North Carolina. There were dozens more evacuations in swift swiftwater rescues and central and eastern North Carolina overnight as now tropical depression, Florence continues to dump historic amounts of rain. There's rapidly rising floodwaters in many places Hubbard's a roads are closed by high water, including parts of busy, I forty and I ninety five I ninety five is also closed in South Carolina, north of Florence. President Trump is apparently going through with plans to announce new tariffs on about two hundred billion of Chinese imports. The Wall Street Journal report says the tariff level will be set at about ten percents political strategist, Greg Valliere an election coming up in the US. This does not help the president in the farm belt, which will probably get hit by Chinese retaliation. And it does run the risk of raising prices on a lot of consumer goods for American customers now to China where that super typhoon made landfall this morning and the Philippines yesterday. The storm killed at least fifty four people reporter Barnaby, low dozens are feared dead in the mountain provinces of northern Philippines. This after Thai food monkhood triggered landslides. Police say many of them are gold miners. But president would be good to Turkey said locals who evacuated to a church appear to have been trapped in the less light as well. A man is dead after being attacked by a shark off Cape. Cod in Massachusetts police say twenty-six year old Arthur medicine was in the waters off Newcombe Khao beach and wealthy around noon yesterday. WBZ TV reporter Jim Smith signs warning people about sharks have been posted here at the beach for quite some time. And now a young man has lost.
China joins the close of Russia's spectacular 'war games'
"President Putin attended Russia's biggest ever war games which involved three hundred thousand troops as well. As Chinese for a week long. Was stuck two thousand eighteen maneuvres span vast expanses of Siberia, and the far east Arctic and the Pacific oceans and showcase the military might of Russia and China at the time of simmering tensions with the u s as well as the troops
Lab-grown lungs transplanted into pigs
"News if you're on an organ. Transplant waiting list it can be a long rough. Wait that's especially true for people needing lung transplant says donor lungs, are hard to come. By now. There may be new hope. Thanks to new research being conducted at. The university of Texas medical center at Galveston scientists there has successfully created. A new lung for a pig using the animal's own. Cells and that idea is not. New creating new organs from the recipients owned cells is something of a holy grail in medicine such Oregon's would significantly reduce the risk of, rejection of these organs often fail because they. Do not properly developed blood vessel networks but. Researchers at UT EMC have used a new method to build pig lungs that not. Only filled with air but continued to grow, after transplant, developing those blood Vessels it could be great news. For the nearly fifteen hundred, people currently awaiting lung transplant in the
Florida, Nebraska and New York discussed on WBZ Afternoon News
"One hundred targets had been, arrested you know some of those people will be taken federally course but we. Do different things like that to make sure everybody can have an enjoyable last, Labor Day weekend seven, people were killed and thirty five others injured in shootings Nancy hardy for. CBS news Chicago WBZ news time three twenty a conservative Catholic. Diocese in Nebraska is facing a wave of, sex abuse allegations church leaders insisted for years they were doing nothing wrong and refuse to comply with annual audits enacted in the wake of the two pedophile priest scandal in Boston accusers have come Forward in recent weeks with. Allegations of abuse by clergy in Nebraska which could lead to, a criminal investigation critics say, the diocese of Lincoln Nebraska's now. Paying the price for its unwillingness to change as well as a lack of, transparency accused child rapist is. In custody in Brooklyn New York following a very public arrests angry mob yelling rapist as the NYPD cornered the suspect in a child. Rape in Brooklyn It was crazy the crowd screaming and yelling, get him get him the suspect in eighteen year old man is accused of raping an eleven year old girl after climbing. Through her bedroom window last week police able, to track, them down using surveillance video, the crowd, cheering as he was taken away in handcuffs everybody was happy giving high fives Cops they will. Happy that they got the eleven year old girl was taken to a hospital. In stable condition Montereau Veira ABC news New York WBZ. News time three Twenty-one alligator attacks are up in Florida, and now we're learning, what's behind the increase scientists at the university. Of north Florida say alligator attacks have been on the rise over. The past forty five years, used to, be, people would get bitten about six times a year now, that numbers risen to. Ten researchers are wondering why. So they looked at a whole, list, of, possible reasons, temperature rain the environment but, they've determined, none of that, is, responsible what is us humans as population and development of increased in Florida so to have alligator attacks wildlife officials say if you live near a body of water. In Florida there's, a good chance. There's a gator in there, you should, be aware. Of it Sherry Preston ABC news WBZ news time at three twenty two the romantic comedy crazy rich Asians is still doing. Crazy good, at the box office sets at the top for. The third straight week with estimates showing it could make. Another thirty million this holiday week Weekend just crazy rich told me the Prince William really Harry Following, Jumanji welcome to the, jungle Black Panther and avengers 0. War, crazy rich Asians is the fourth film this year to top the box, office three weekends in a. Row Oh it. Began more than half a century ago, and next weekend the Star Trek franchise will receive a big award National Academy of television arts and sciences plans to honor, star track during these September. Eighth creative arts ceremony the award will be presented to CBS television studios the. Show first produced by desolate ran for only. Three seasons on NBC starting in nineteen sixty six the franchise would eventually spun around seven hundred. TV episodes and thirteen big screen motion pictures does loop president Lucille ball greenlighted the. Series that she I thought was about an aspiring actress trying to. Make it in Hollywood that's, John Jeffreys reporting past, recipients of the governor's award include..
Drake's Biggest Fan Gets Her Second Wish Granted—a Heart Transplant
"Lee eleven-year-old downers grove girl. Who's been waiting for a, new a, heart for eight weeks. Underwent surgery at Lurie children's hospital today Dr Karl backer the surgeon who gave the child her a new heart says Sofia's breathing tube will probably be taken out tomorrow or Wednesday. What she has reading about those, she, has, some trainers to. It'll come out probably traded five days and then. The our transplant cardiology group will get her stabilized on her anti-rejection meta Sofia had two birthday. Wishes to meet the rapper Drake which he did last week and to get a new heart now both have
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"The backup what they saw this is a very tragic proposal people were taken to the hospital in very critical condition the fire department says they are a teen. And an adult, as well as a firefighter suffering from overexertion that's WBZ 'em radios Nancy hardy correspondent Stephan Kaufman is at Arizona with more, on plans for. John McCain who, died this weekend at the age. Of Eighty-one a makeshift memorial. Is gathering flags and other mementos at a Phoenix March jewelry as the, Arizona city prepares to have the late Senator John McCain, lion state in this state capital building. Wednesday funeral service, will be held the following day the north. Phoenix Baptist, church before the war heroes remains are flown to. Washington where, they'll lie in state in the capitol rotunda Arizona's governor says he won't be naming, a replacement for McCain. Until after the senators burial next Sunday good news for those on the road gas prices dropping says industry analyst trilby Lundberg average Price of gasoline is now to ninety one for regular is down two cents over two weeks this more than me versus the rise we saw in the prior two weeks. Cheapest. Gas Jackson, Mississippi at two dollars fifty one cents crazy rich Asians rich again at the box office I chose to raise of twenty five. Million dollars in ticket sales this weekend. Is only six percent less than what it made, in, its opening last weekend that movie critics say, is an, unheard of hold Frei non-holiday release Koestler is the, CBS news WBZ. News time one zero three the Subaru retailers of New England. All-wheel-drive traffic.
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"The fire Commissioner. Says what. Happened to smarting is very. Rare for the. City the cause of, the fire remains under, investigation meantime three people hospitalized after a fire broke out this morning at an. Apartment building in Naperville firefighters responded about eight twenty five this morning to a call of a. Fire at the building near fifth and Ogden the units residents made it out. Of the building before firefighters arrived friends and colleagues are remembering Senator John McCain today house minority leader Jim Durkin, from western springs paid tribute to McCain in may was involved with both of his presidential campaigns and I will say that's one of the finest decisions I've ever made wasn't easy I think a lot of us know getting somebody on the ballot in Illinois is a real struggle but it was. Worth the effort and his love for Illinois and has many trips. Here is well documented and established McCain will lie. In state at The Arizona capitol on Wednesday which his his birthday fifty years. Ago, this week Vietnam war protesters battled with police outside the democratic national. Convention here in Chicago WBZ m.'s Nancy hardy reports today there was a ceremony remembering what happened half a. World away Christopher Hayes Washington l. James j ROTC cadets and Vietnam veterans read the. Names of some three hundred American service members who died in Vietnam between August twenty fourth and twenty, ninth nineteen sixty eight while protesters were gathering outside the convention in Chicago this is what the whole focus was there's. Other people that are remembering six That's their business minus to remember the military the veterans their families and the police officers Balser and, others thank the. Roughly one hundred Chicago police officers and national guardsmen who were injured in. Violent clashes with protesters fancy hardy NewsRadio. On one zero five point five FM WBZ news. Time three oh. Eight traffic.
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"Of seventy eight currently seventy two degrees our top local story on NewsRadio, WBZ m. three months after his death the Chicago fire department is put the badge of firefighter. Want bushido, in a place of honor WBZ Nancy hardy with the story in a ceremony at the fire academy. Mayor Rahm Emanuel called a courageous hero Chicago has been, made better because of one boosts you All of us in this room are made better because we knew one fire Commissioner. Jose Santiago, helped boost heroes sons Joshua and Jacob unveiled their fathers addition to the departments wall of honor today. We place ones badge next the badges of our heroes We're also taking in the line of duty and gave the wrong boosts your, died, in, may while. Diving looking for. A man who had fallen into the Chicago, river anti hardy NewsRadio one, zero five point nine FM Chicago police say two teenagers are being released without. Charges after they were questioned about the. Murder of two other teenagers over the weekend sixteen year old race one Turner seventeen-year-old Darnell flowers both. Found shot to death in a field near one hundred. Thirty first and roads both had been reported missing on. Friday the Tribune reports police say they're exploring a couple of different motives and have not ruled out robbery students returned, to class this week at Dixon high school three, months after gunfire erupted there say nineteen. Year old Matthew Melby, brought. His mother's rifle, to Dixon high on may seventeenth and opened fire, in the gym during graduation rehearsal. And then exchanged shots with the school resource officer. Mark Dallas who wounded Melby an ended the incident Dixon's principal Dr Mike Grady says several security updates have been made to the school.
Dozens shot across Chicago in spate of weekend violence
"To overcoming addiction it's been about two weeks since, the Twenty-six-year-old overdose than she thanked the staff at cedars Sinai in Los Angeles, where she's been hospitalized in her Instagram post she also thanked her family team and fans saying. I will keep fighting Matt piper CBS news This is your, cogos all. News station NewsRadio. Seven eight and one zero five point. Nine FM and VM NewsRadio dot com Davin BBN news time. To all. Five Monday August the six, good morning I'm Bob Conroy overcast skies seventy six degrees right now scattered showers storm around and lows in the mid seventies, later on today. We'll, have partial sunshine hot and humid again a high about ninety and likely prospect of showers, and thunderstorms primarily late in the day and we'll check the five day forecast that's coming up in just a few minutes. While thousands of fans safely enjoyed lollapalooza these past few days shootings over the weekend left half a dozen people dead and around fifty, wounded in Chicago WB b. m.'s Nancy hardy reports may or manual yesterday weighed in. On the different experiences violence in part Of the. City didn't stop, as grant park became the. Center of, the music universe for the weekend mayor Emanuel was asked, about the two very different sides of the city I'm happy people are enjoying enjoying lollapalooza, that's a good thing but we have worked to do which is why I.
World War II plane crash kills 20 on board, operator suspends operations
"She lost her. Life because of a people relatives. Say the six PM vigil will be at the site of the attack Nancy hardy NewsRadio on one. Zero five point nine FM AM news time three thirty three around the world of Incheon a vintage plane suddenly crashes, and the Alps people, were killed when a vintage World War Two propeller plane crashed into a mountainside eight thousand, feet high in the Swiss Alps the German built aircraft from nineteen thirty nine was returning, passengers dessert after a two-day break at a resort a witness said the plane suddenly fell to the ground mica stone there. Was no distress signal and, weather conditions were good an investigation, is underway but the. Plane did not have a black box voice recorder Larry Miller CBS news Military. Leaders in, South Carolina preparing for rising sea levels while partisans to speed whether it's the effective global warming the post and career. Of Charleston reports the Marine Corps training grounds on Paris island needs a seawall roads near Charleston's coastguard station swamp when heavy rain. And high tides and stone reinforcements were. Installed to protect a runway from erosion former military leaders were gathered. Tuesday at the citadel for a conference on sea level and security. Temperatures are soaring in Portugal and Spain into the triple. Digits in Portugal west, of Lisbon Canadian tourists Paul Snell says he was suffering in. The, heat it's there We were from Canada and never. Felt like this before hot dusty conditions across Spain and Portugal are the result of a massive. Hot air from Africa that have increased the risk of forest fires there, more than seven, hundred firefighters. Were still battling a forest fire near a popular. Tourist destination And in New York City bus driver whose passengers say was driving. Erratically before he hit something is facing. Charges now including driving while intoxicated authorities say the twenty four year old driver had nine passengers on the bus early today in Brooklyn police say the passengers call the thirties after the bus came in contact with something that brought it to a stop no one on the bus was injured Grupo carso British. Children's entertainer very chuckle who is one half of the, chuckle brothers comedy duo has died at the age of. Seventy three his manager says chuckle whose real name was very Elliott died at his home from an. Undisclosed illness he and his. Younger brother Paul became icons to British.
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..
Toxic algae a slimy mess for aquatic lifeblood of South Florida
"App download it today and listen anytime anywhere news radio seven eighty and one five point nine fm wbz news time one fifty one joliet police say a man they went to arrest used his baby to fend off officers wb bm's nancy hardy reports daniel where it has accused of punching and kicking the mother of his baby the herald news reports when police went to arrest the twenty two year old at a party wednesday at three am he threatened officers and used his infant child to shield him from them police say then relatives got involved they say geraldino ortiz took the baby from quetta and while holding the child hit an officer in the head thirtythreeyearold ortiz and forty three year old maria ortiz were also arrested nc hardy newsradio one zero five point nine fm many people planning to boat or swimming america's lakes and rivers this weekend have to check not only the weather forecasts but also the water forecast rain heat and pollutants are causing an outbreak of toxic algae exposure can cause several health issues florida's lake okeechobee has some toxic troubles after heavy rains the army corps of engineers released millions of gallons to relieve pressure on the lakes old earth and down but the water is chock full of chemicals and nutrients much of it runoff from commercial agriculture and sprawling development when that mix bakes in the summer sun the algae population explodes biologist john cassani has been collecting samples and warning about the health hazards the toxins the sign of bacteria produce are incredibly potent they affect liver function there's narrow toxins that they produce so it's a suite of really toxic stuff that can kill wildlife and really impact people's health that is cbs news correspondent manuel bojorquez reporting the zookeepers didn't think stormy the male rhinoceros had it in him they were wrong stormy off and tried to breed with the four female rhinos at the north carolina zoo zookeepers had never seen him succeed so imagine their surprise when linda turned up pregnant then gave birth on july second to a rare southern white rhinoceros the outgoing curator of the mammals at the zoo said quote stormy was waiting until we were gone until he actually turned on the charm the keepers are apologizing to him for doubting him yes apologizing to a rhino coming up on your next job how to retain new hires wbz news time one fifty three and is now a page from the diary of flo dear diary i got the brush off again i don't get it is there something wrong with the way i wave elbow wrist elbow wrist why won't that little bass hound.
Chicago violence: Dozens shot in the city over the weekend
"New police academy wbz m's nancy hardy reports sophie whitney alex wind both from parkland protested at city hall with about two dozen members of march for our lives good kids mad city and other groups opposed to the police academy more police isn't gonna fix the problem what's going to fix the problem is giving these kids the resources but they need to to be kids and have a childhood in grow up to have a good life taylor norwood of would says the money earmarked for the academy could be spent in a number of ways to help young people living in neighborhoods that see gun violence regularly the ninety million going into mental health centers schools places for us to understand where we come from understand ourselves understand the trauma that we're going to mansi hardy newsradio on one zero five point nine fm chicago police officials say the past weekend was a violent one with gang activity behind most of the shootings is wbz and political editor craig delamore police superintendent eddie johnson says of the twentyfive shooting incidents officers responded to this weekend determine the twentyone had some connection to gang conflict a few of the victims were high ranking members of gang organizations which points to hide conflicts that are taking place especially within one gang organization in particular which he didn't name johnson says investigators have leads in a number of cases and know what conflict sparked some incidents but he says victims who survived were not cooperating with police and he's asking the public's health is friday officers have taken sixty three guns off the streets and thirty eight individuals have been arrested on gun related charges he's ordering more officers and resources into.
NYC man dies trying to drive himself to hospital after getting shot
"The king county probation worker strike has ended the daily herald reports the county and the workers union have agreed to a three year contract the provides raises of two percent two point two five percent than two and a half percent over the next three years the striking workers of local teamsters local three thirty included counselors at the king county juvenile justice center the strike lasted for more than a month chicago police say a man was shot on a c t a red line train yesterday afternoon at the garfield station wbz steve miller reports police say it all started with a fight a physical fight between two people and a twenty three year old man got shot on the train a known gang member according to authorities police say he was shot in the shoulder and in the chest and was stable when he was taken to the hospital cta writer j pain says the shooting in broad daylight is a testament to the level of violence that's the norm in chicago to have shot with all the security equipment year on the to have from one to commit the crime gravy that's astounding police say the offender is still out there at garfield and the red line steve miller newsradio on one zero five point nine fm a sevenyearold girl was among three people found dead in darien apartment over the weekend wb b m's nancy hardy has more the debates county coroner identified the little girl as olivia ash show she lived in darien as did thirtythreeyearold at work f on seo show the third victim was son connie ash show a forty two year old man from chicago the coroner says all three were fatally shot police and prosecutors have only said the three or from the same family and very little else about their investigation the trivia insights a friend is saying had two other children and went to school.
ATF agent shot during enforcement operation in Gary, Indiana
"An agent of the bureau of alcohol tobacco and firearms and explosives has been shot in gary wb b nancy hardy joins us live at the anchor desk with details him the agent was working as part of an enforcement operation when he was shot according to a former atf spokesman tom ahern says the officer sustained a non lifethreatening injury you know twenty first and broadway in gary at around twelve thirty we are working to confirm a report that an offender was also shot chicago bureau of the atf is responding to the shooting a month ago an agent was shot in the face in the back of the yards a twenty eight year old gang member has been charged in that case the last year or the bureau sent twenty more agents to chicago for a gun crimes strikeforce reporting live nancy hardy newsradio on one zero five point nine fm municipal officials and activist groups in aurora are finalizing preparations for what will be the city's first ever pride parade this month and political editor craig delamore reports from aurora the.