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"news nation" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:41 min | 3 weeks ago

"news nation" Discussed on WGN Radio

"All America. Find news nation on Xfinity channel two 23, DirecTV channel three O 7, and dish channel two 39 WGN, radio, I'm Raleigh, James will forgo the final bumper because I want to get to all your calls, take your guesses and hopefully reveal the theme, otherwise you'll shoot me. So what does Karen and Chicago think? Hi, Molly. Hello. Yes, go ahead. Tell me, tell me. Oh, I'm sorry. Group on that last one for I believe it was four aces. It was cyrano and the bow ties. Thanks for calling. Okay. On royal roost. Now that should tell you the theme right there. Come on. We'll see how you do All right, so what does Ursula think? Hello, Ursula. I had how are you? All right. Going to talk to you last week. I'm thinking it really greener. No Louis Prima tonight. But thanks for trying. Okay. Okay, good deal. All right, so let's see. Now, of course, our straggler, the average American does this twice a week does what? Anthony and Griffith, I think we talked to him actually. He was saying having sex. So that's optimistic, but no. So I believe that Suzanne and Chicago welcome back to WGN. Suzanne left us. Well, thank you for calling Suzanne nonetheless. All right, so I'm going to cut to the chase now. All right? This week on stage at the Brooklyn paramount theater, Alan freed's second anniversary rock and roll show. Every song you heard by every artist you heard was played on stage and continuous performances between showings of raw edge, aurora Calhoun and Yvonne de Carlo movie. It was all through from the day through Labor Day. So Fats Domino don't blame it on me, the harptones, what is your secret, Frankie Lyman and the teenager who can explain Joe Turner Korean Karina, the cleft tones can't we be sweethearts, the harptones three wishes, Jimmy cavallo and his house rockers, that's the groovy thing, Mabel king secondhand love, and cyrano and the bow ties again. We didn't have time to play gene chapel. Welcome to the club, but I was ready. All right, our straggler, the average American does this twice a week does what? Eats breakfast cereal. Overwhelmingly, for breakfast, but lunch and dinner in a snack was not unusual a few times a year also. This was according to grocery headquarters publication November 1st, 2002. Thank you for calling. Thank you for listening. Thanks to Dan, who kept us on the air. Thanks to John, who screened your calls. But above all, again, those of you who called, you've saved me again. We'll do it 21 hours from now until then that's a wrap. I'm Raleigh James. It's WGN radio

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Police Identify "Good Samaritan" Who Stopped Indiana Mall Shooting

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:19 min | 2 months ago

Police Identify "Good Samaritan" Who Stopped Indiana Mall Shooting

"I wanted to talk to you because you have to both produce and anchor a broadcast. And the Indiana mall hero Elijah dicken is in the news. I want to know what your network and what you did with this story because news nation now is a straight up newscast. It's just the news. And this is a big story that's not really been covered. What did you do with the Indiana mall shooting? We thought it was really an incredible story. First of all, his heroics, we've now learned, or something out of a movie, even Hollywood wouldn't script a 22 year old with his girlfriend. Neutralizing a guy with an AR in 15 seconds. Remarkable, just on its face. But more importantly, in a time when there is so much debate over active shooters. And so much debate over how to stop them undoubtedly stopping them is a good thing. So much debate over weapons in America, whether people should be able to carry them or not and where they should carry them. The fact that somebody in a constitutional carry state neutralized and active shooter is real news.

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Is Colby Hall Celebrating the Rape of a 10-Year-Old?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:49 min | 2 months ago

Is Colby Hall Celebrating the Rape of a 10-Year-Old?

"Let's start with Colby hall. Who's the founding, the mediaite founding editor. He appeared on news nation's Dan Abrams show last night. Blasting anybody at Fox News or in conservative media who doubted the truthfulness of a story that the left rallied behind and that is that the roe V wade reversal is so horrific that a ten year old girl who was raped had to go across state lines to get an abortion. Here's Colby hall with news nation's Dan Abrams. When you're not, you don't need to fact check yourself, you can get away with anything. And I think that's what we're seeing here. I think what we're seeing on conservative media is a pounce on the fact that this is an undocumented worker. I mean, it really goes back to Donald Trump's initial comments that they're sending rapists. And here's an example of that. So I think there's a little bait and switch. And by the way, that's a real story. But that is a different story. And we should note that this ten year old girl did have to travel, and that's where he was not made up. This ten year old girl did have to travel, he said, and incidentally, he does a pretty good job in sort of acknowledging that an illegal alien raping the ten year old girl is a real story. I walked into the studio today to do the radio show and the team here said, well, Donald Trump was right again. I said, what was he right about this time? Eric said, well, remember when Trump said they're not sending these other countries aren't sending their finest?

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How Republicans Could Lose the Missouri Senate Seat

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:27 min | 10 months ago

How Republicans Could Lose the Missouri Senate Seat

"Eric Erickson. Undermine big radio guy on news nation with our pal Leland last night, cut number 18. Eric, because you just have such a unique understanding of Republican politics, I want to get you on this. The Senate race in Missouri largely seen as a primary race between the attorney general there and the former governor there who had resigned in disgrace. His name's Eric brightons. Hugh Hewitt about his prominent of a Republican radio host as there is, president company excluded talk to president Trump earlier today about Brighton's take a listen. It's an endorse Eric greitens. That's a nightmare, mister president. We'll lose that seat. But that's Hugh Hewitt's opinion, not yours. Well, that's an interesting opinion. That's true. He's right now leading by quite a bit. I know, but we'll lose the seat. We will lose this. Okay. No people feel that. The president doesn't seem convinced, but it brings up this issue. How worried should Republicans be when they've got these great opportunities like the Latino poll that president Trump comes in and endorses primary candidates who have no chance of winning in the general? There's real worry. You've got Eric Schmidt near Greg and the battle of lyrics commented on now by Eric. And Schmidt is the attorney general. He's doing fairly well in the polls. Great and does well with the base because he's perceived to be victimized. He was hounded out of office while he was governor. But that's a problem because he Missouri does have a very independent minded base of voters headed into the general election. Eric is right. Look, I got nothing against right and except he melted down on this show and I asked him very straightforward questions. Eric crichton was about to be impeached because of his treatment of a woman in his basement who he found gag and according to her engagement unconscious intimate activity. He was wrongly prosecuted, I believe, by a craze left wing democratic prosecutor in St. Louis. But he just it's a disaster in a campaign. I know this stuff. I've been doing this a lot longer than almost anyone. If brightens at the nominee, in fact, Democrats will try and get right into be the nominee. I don't know who's gonna win. They're about 700 people on that. Eric Schmidt is tied with Eric greitens right now in the most reputable poll, but Billy long might get Donald Trump's endorsement. There are a couple other Congress people who are running. I'm just telling you Eric crichton's take a seat off the table. Democrats are going to control the Senate. They control the Senate. They can put anyone they want on the Supreme Court.

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Americans Told Not to Go to Kabul Airport After Biden Airlift Pledge

WGN Programming

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Americans Told Not to Go to Kabul Airport After Biden Airlift Pledge

"Potential Islamic state threats against Americans in Afghanistan are forcing the U. S. Military to develop new ways to get evacuees to the airport In Kabul, the U. S embassy issued a new security warning, telling citizens not to travel to the Kabul airport without individual instruction from a U. S. Government representative. Hundreds of Afghan refugees continue to flock to the airport, hoping to get out of the country. News Nation correspondent Joe Khalil has more their first steps on American soil are here at Dulles Airport outside of Washington, D C. We did meet up with a group of some of these Afghan refugees really striking how many young Children 234 years old? Sometimes even younger that we saw also made this perilous journey. We got a chance to talk to a 16 year old boy. His father was an engineer on the ground in Afghanistan, helping the American forces there. That's why the family was able to get out. The U. S. Has evacuate. 2500 Americans from Kabul over the past week

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Navy Christens USNS John Lewis on Anniversary of Civil Rights Icon's Death

WGN Showcase

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Navy Christens USNS John Lewis on Anniversary of Civil Rights Icon's Death

"Marked the one year anniversary of the death of Georgia Congressman John Lewis, a civil rights icon. To mark the anniversary. A Navy ship was named after him. News NATIONS Alexander the moon reports Chris in the John Lewis. One year after the death of Congressman John Lewis. The Navy christened the USNS Jean Louis in his honor because John Lewis was a warrior speaker Nancy Pelosi in more than 30. Members of Congress were at the ceremony. What is most important at this critical time? And what would please my uncle most is the passing of the John Lewis voting rights bill. Democrats say that John Lewis Voting Rights Act would help restore protections and required jurisdictions with a history of racial voting discrimination. Receive federal pre approval before changing their voting rules. There is doubt as to whether or not the John Lewis voting rights bill will be able to pass the Senate.

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Millions of Americans Expected to Travel This Holiday Weekend

WGN Programming

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Millions of Americans Expected to Travel This Holiday Weekend

"People are expected to pass through O Hare Airport this holiday weekend. Yesterday along the airport saw an estimated 220,000 travelers triple a forecast that this momentum will continue through Labor Day weekend. In fact, triple A expects nearly 44 million people to travel by car this fourth of July holiday weekend News NATIONS Marquee, Martin has more despite the highest fourth of July gas prices since 2014. This weekend is expected to be the busiest independence day ever on the roads. I don't know who can afford different areas. Triple A expects almost 44 million cars to hit the highway as Americans have finally had enough of staying home, some experts calling it the revenge travel phenomenon. Triple A spokesman Andrew Gross says this could be the second busiest Fourth of July. Travel weekend. Ever. Top

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"news nation" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"news nation" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Has by news nation on your cable or satellite provider and stay up to date around the clock at news nation dot com and on the news the nation now APP. I'm Steve Braxton. Mostly clear and quiet tonight, comfortable as well. Open up those windows temperatures dropping down into the upper fifties inland areas even cooler than that mostly sunny on Friday. Temperatures topping out the mid seventies inland mid sixties by the lakefront sunshine, Abundant sunshine. In fact, on Saturday inland highs in the mid eighties mid seventies lakeside Mostly sunny on Sunday, your fourth of July will bring a little more humidity in the afternoon as temperatures climb to near 90 inland. Look for about 80 degrees by the lakefront. Partly cloudy on Monday near 90 once more inland, lower eighties by the lake from the WGN Weather Center. I'm meteorologist Mike Janssen. Team USA is training hard and ready for the Olympic Games. And so is Jacob. I've got my lucky shirt and Xfinity Flex. Oh, yeah. Jacob's family got Xfinity Internet with the best WiFi for their home and a flex four k streaming box free peacock premium included. So Jacob is ready for anything. Go Team USA with medal ceremonies, highlights interviews and more plus all his favorite streaming apps in one place. Can your Internet do that? Restrictions apply not available in all areas. Peacock subscription required Xfinity proud partner of Team USA. If you've got an insurance question, you could talk to your nana. But she'd probably just tell you how she insured her couch from stains by covering it with plastic. Or you could talk to your local Geico agent. They'll give you a different kind of warm and fuzzy with personalized assistance for all your insurance needs, like how you could be saving on your policies. So let your Nana cover her couch in plastic and let a local Geico agent helped cover you. But not in plastic. To find a Geico agent near you. Visit Geico dot com slash local welcome guests back in with Fourth of July Savings and lows get Valspar signature interior paint and primer starting at 32 98 per gallon and with appliance savings today and everyday, save up to $750 now and select major appliances. The summer savings continue this July 4th, So stop it lows or buy online and pick up in store Lowe's home to any budget home to any possibility. Paint pricing, vowed to 77 21 in store must ask cashier too. Reply. Coupon savings vary based on purchase amount can be combined with additional discounts..

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Death Toll in Florida Building Collapse Rises to 10; 150 Missing

1A

02:06 min | 1 year ago

Death Toll in Florida Building Collapse Rises to 10; 150 Missing

"On the collapsed condo and Surfside, Florida Miami Dade's mayor Daniella Levine, Cava has confirmed 10 people are dead and more than 150 are still missing. And that the count was fluid and subject to change, she added. Officials are engaged in what she called very frank conversations with loved ones about the chance that no more survivors could be found. Earlier, I spoke to Greg Allen, He's NPR's Miami correspondent. He laid out what we know now as the operation continues in its fifth day. Well, you know, the numbers are changing with every day. Uh, the last survivors were rescued Thursday morning. So that's four days ago now, um so, as you say, it could is looking very kind of Difficult and desperate for people still holding out hope. But they say this is still very much a search and rescue operation going on there. Now they haven't given up hope they talk about, you know other places. You know that where there's been earthquakes where people have been found in wreckage up to a week later. But you know that said, this is a very difficult side is everyone has seen the pictures knows 12 stories just pancaked down. There's not really apparently a lot of voids in the wreckage in the ruins. And so it's made it very difficult for a rescue operation at this point. Well, let's hear from Surfside Mayor Charles Barnett Burkett rather this is him. Speaking to news nation reporter Brian Anton. Unexpected miracles, and it's funny, I I think it's important to tell you that I had last night sent Merkava an article from the BBC that outlined, um, victims who had been buried in rubble after earthquakes. And it further said that those victims had survived in those conditions for more than 17 days. So given that I'm comfortable that we're at the beginning, I mean, you're saying 17 days. Let's go on for weeks. Is that what you're saying? Turn? It needs to go on until we pull every person out of that rubble that we can We heard over the

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Two killed, eight injured in shootings near Virginia Beach's oceanfront

Eye on Travel

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Two killed, eight injured in shootings near Virginia Beach's oceanfront

"Police continue to investigate Friday night's deadly mayhem in Virginia Beach News nations Alexander Bush has more two people are dead and eight others injured and shootings along Virginia Beach is oceanfront late last night. Police are investigating whether at least two shooting scenes air related, an officer shot and killed a man, not one of those scenes. Virginia Beach police said several people were in custody, but their possible involvement in the shootings is still under investigation on a police officer was also struck by a

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4 million J&J Covid vaccines ship out

Bob Sirott

01:00 min | 1 year ago

4 million J&J Covid vaccines ship out

"Four million doses have the newest covert 19 vaccine from Johnson and Johnson began shipping out yesterday, they'll be delivered to states for injections. Starting today, news Nation reporter Felisha Bolton With that Madonna and Visor both have a 95% efficacy rate, and both require a two step process. Now Johnson Johnson's version is hitting the market. It's a one shot process. And the efficacy rate is set at 72% health care experts say. The Johnson and Johnson's version does provide another tool to fight Cove it but they can also make some people try to pick and choose which vaccination to get, even though the shot is easier to administer, and requires only one dose. Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's top infectious disease expert, is encouraging Americans to take whatever vaccine is offered to them. Regardless of the manufacturing. Like other vaccines, the Johnson and Johnson shot does prevent nearly all hospitalizations and deaths in the studies that have been conducted. The

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CA school district's board resigns after unknowingly talking about parents in virtual meeting

WGN Programming

02:19 min | 1 year ago

CA school district's board resigns after unknowingly talking about parents in virtual meeting

"School board in California resigns over there. Negative comments about parents during what they thought was a virtual private meeting. News nations. Felicia Boulton joins us from the newsroom. Now, with a look at some of the video that captured that candid conversation Felisha, where debate those board members were caught slamming parents on a meeting that they thought was private. It was public. The video is now drawing backlash from the community. Are we alone? Yeah. If you're gonna call me out, I'm gonna you up party. That's just me. Has happened during the Oakley Union School District War beating last Wednesday. During the conversation, the board's president was heard ridiculing parents who wanted their Children to return to in person learning. Here's more of what was that? They want to pick on as because they want their baby sitters back, right? Evade e totally hear that because My brother had a delivery. Yeah. My brother had a delivery service for medical Maybe one of them clientele. We're parents with their kids in school. Uh, so when you guys well, you got your kids at home. No more fighting no more. Yes, Malala. The letters. Her family's three on the board members issued a statement saying, quote as trustees. We realize it is our responsibility to model the conduct that we expect of our students and staff and it is our obligation to build confidence and district leadership. Comments failed you in both regards, And for this. We offer our sincerest apology. They went on to say Please do not let our failure and judgment cast a shadow on the exceptional work that our teachers Administrators and hardworking employees are doing for the students of this district. They deserve and will need your support as you move forward. The district superintendent says the school board openings will temporarily be filled by members of the county Board of Education, new members will either be elected or appointed. However, that might take some time.

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Former President Donald Trump acquitted in 2nd impeachment trial

Dean Richards' Sunday Morning

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Former President Donald Trump acquitted in 2nd impeachment trial

"Former President Donald Trump was acquitted in his second impeachment. Try a. We get more on the story from news nation's duty. Wang always acquittal. Donald Trump suggested this not be the final word for him. He called his second impeachment trial. Yet another phase of the greatest witch hunt President Joe Biden, in a statement last night had little to say about the impeachment trial. Biden's he'd say he's focused on covert

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"news nation" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"news nation" Discussed on WGN Radio

"News nation this hour. I'm David Jennings. The NFL is offering up its stadium so the federal government can use them as covert 19 vaccination centers. President Biden and Vice President Harris got a virtual tour of the State Farm Stadium today, home of the Arizona Cardinals. He administration is trying to aggressively ramp up vaccination efforts nationwide. The first case of a Mork contagious variant of covert 19 1st, found in the U. K has now been confirmed in the Sacramento California area. Zuman. Erotic coloration on and inventions. Disease expert at Community Health California Hospital in L. A says the particular strain is believed by researchers to spread more easily than other mutations has been noted to spread more rapidly. And because of the fact that express it happily, that are large number of people who are getting infected. The variant is already been found in Southern California and the Sandy Diego area. Authorities in Florida say a hacker was able to alter the city of old Mars water supply. Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri explains there wasn't an immediate danger to anyone, even if the plane operator had not quickly reversed the increased amount of sodium hydroxide. Would have taken between 24 36 hours for that water to hit the water supply system, and there are redundancies in place where the water had been checked before it was released. The hacker was able to boost the level of sodium hydroxide or a lie from 100 parts per million to 11,100 parts per million gold, Jerry says. While that significant and potentially dangerous The plant operator on duty at the time, saw what was happening and stabilize. The situation of the area says they do not have a suspect, but they do have a few leads. Watch news Nation every night on WGN America or go on the news nation Now APP for news around the clock. I'm David Jennings..

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"news nation" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"news nation" Discussed on WGN Radio

"News nation this hour. I'm Bob Kessler 10. Republican senators have made a counterproposal to President Biden's covert 19 relief Bill. Rob Portman from Ohio is one of them and told CNN's state of the union. The president's proposal doesn't properly address the pandemic. Much of what the administration is laid out has nothing to do with covert. 19 Senator Bernie Sanders, independent from Vermont, who caucuses with Democrats says Congress needs to pass the president's plan. We are in the midst of the worst pandemic in 100 years we have got to act and we have got Act Now Republican proposal cost $600 billion the president's 1.9 trillion former President Donald Trump's name to new lawyers to his impeachment defense team one day after parting ways with an earlier set of attorneys. Alabama attorney David Showing and a former prosecutor in Pennsylvania. Bruce Castor, will represent him at a trial in the Senate on a charge he incited his supporters to storm Congress on January 6th. Chicago public schools will remain closed for in person learning that Mayor lawyer Lightfoot says it will return soon in order to give the teachers an opportunity to get themselves ready for students were telling parents come back and bring your kids to school. On Tuesday. Chicago Teachers Union vice president Stacy Davis Gates says they're still aren't enough Covitz safety measures in place There is no guard, rail or health metric if you will that shut the school down. When cases get too high or win. It's unsafe. School officials say they've been urging the union to return to the bargaining table. Major League Baseball's proposed one month delay for spring training and pushing back opening day to April 28th. That's according to two people familiar with the plan, who tell The Associated Press the regular season would be cut from 162 games to 154 Major League Baseball would keep the experimental rules for seven inning double headers and beginning extra innings with a runner on second base. Watch news Nation every night on WGN America or go on the news nation Now APP for news around the clock. I'm Bob Kessler..

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"news nation" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"news nation" Discussed on WGN Radio

"News Nation this hour. I'm Steve Ruxton, the Midwest digging out of a major winter storm over 10 inches of snow reported in some areas around Chicago. Cole Stallard is the deputy commissioner of streets and sanitation in Chicago. Says that blowing and drifting snow is now the major challenge for the plow truck drivers. Everything kind of equal itself out within the last couple hours as far as the snow totals we're dealing with a lot of blowing snow right now is heavy is this snow is it is still blowing around. So we asked people to be cognizant of that. Meanwhile, a storm is now affecting the East Coast 10. Republican senators are proposing spending about a third of what President Biden is seeking in Corona virus aid. And they're urging him to negotiate rather than try to ram through is $1.9 trillion package solely on Democratic votes in an interview on NBC's Meet the Press National economic director Brian D. Said that the president will be pleased to hear from Republican senators about their alternative relief package. President has said repeatedly he is open to ideas wherever they may come that we could improve upon the approach to actually tackling this crisis. When he's uncompromising about is the need to move with speed on a comprehensive approach here. The group says in the letter to the new president, that their counterproposal will include a more targeted approach stand $1400 stimulus checks for most Americans. Tens of thousands of people are protesting across Russia to demand the release of jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny. In a wave of nationwide demonstrations that have rattled the Kremlin. Many chanted slogans against President Vladimir Putin. Activists say police detained more than 4500 protesters across the country today, including Over 1400 in Moscow. What's news nation every night on WGN America or go on the news nation. Now after news around the clock, I'm Steve Ruxton. Way are done with the snow quite yet, but it will start to taper this evening and come to an end overnight. It's going to stay county and breezy with lows in the upper twenties. Wind chills in the mid teeth are clouds decreased a bit here on Monday afternoon, it's going to stay breezy with highs in the lower thirties, feeling like the lower twenties, Partly cloudy here on Tuesday Camera Lots of snow Challenge Northwest Indiana look for highs the lower thirties, then Partly cloudy with highs in mid thirties on Wednesday and then Thursday brings a good chance for a wintry mix, including some freezing rain in the morning. Rain and snow potential continues in the afternoon with highs in the upper thirties from the WGN Weather Center on meteorologist White chances. Xfinity is breaking the did barrier with WiFi speeds over a gig. It's more than enough speed to power all your devices. Introducing gig wife I knew from Xfinity go online called 1 800 Xfinity or visit a store today, restrictions apply. If you've got an insurance question, you could talk to a park Ranger. But the only quotes they'd probably give you would be about the beauty of a fallen leaf or ripples in a pond. Not the kind that could save you money on your policies. Or.

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"news nation" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"news nation" Discussed on WGN Radio

"News nation this hour. I'm gauge one more than 1000. Protesters across Russia have reportedly been detained in a second weekend of demonstrations. Tens of thousands hit the streets demanding the release of jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny Navalny is President Vladimir Putin's loudest critic. The upper Midwest is getting socked with several inches of snow making for dangerous travel. Chicago Streets and Sanitation Commissioner John Tully is asking people to stay off the road and allow plows to clear the streets. We ask those who need to be on the road travel with caution and just their speed based on road conditions, the snowstorms working its way across the Great Lakes. And into the Northeast. Former President Donald Trump has broken with his lead impeachment lawyers just a week before he is set to go to trial in the US Senate, which powers and Deborah Bar beer have reportedly left the defense team in what's being called a mutual decision that reportedly had a difference of opinion on how the case should be defended. Former President Trump is set to stand trial February 8th on a charge of inciting an insurrection at the U. S. Capitol. Two men who've been ideas members of the proud boys are indicted on federal conspiracy charges related to the capital Riot, Dominic that solo and William Peppy were originally arrested on charges of illegal entry teachers in Chicago could walk off the job Monday if an agreement isn't reached between Chicago public schools in the teacher's union about re opening schools, too, in class learning more from news nation. It's Roger Benesch. Only students whose parents opted them into returning to school buildings will return while the other students will remain online. But Chicago teachers say the buildings and the safety protocols are still not safe enough for anyone to return. That having to teach students in person and online at the same time is unfair to the students. Negotiations continues Sunday Watch news Nation every night on WGN America or go on the news nation. Now, after news around the clock, I'm Dave's one. A winter storm warning continues until Sunday evening at six o'clock on and off light to moderate snow fall expected throughout our Sunday breezy as well with highs in the lower thirties. The snow eventually comes to an end here Sunday night. We could see accumulations between three and as much as nine inches across the area Gonna be cloudy overnight Sunday night, with temperatures dropping into the upper twenties, decreasing cause Monday with highs and lower thirties and partly cloudy Tuesday with highs.

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TV icon Larry King has died at age 87 in Los Angeles

WGN Showcase

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

TV icon Larry King has died at age 87 in Los Angeles

"Talk show icon Larry King spent half a century and broadcasting no cause of death was given, but a spokesperson said early this month that King had been hospitalized with covert 19. He was 87 Jimmie Rodgers recorded such hits as Honey Comb and Kisses Sweeter Than Wine in the 19 fifties and sixties. He died Monday from kidney disease at age 87. He had also tested positive for cocaine 19. Much news nation every

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GOP senator: Trump 'committed impeachable offenses'

WGN Programming

01:12 min | 1 year ago

GOP senator: Trump 'committed impeachable offenses'

"Appears to be growing for a push to impeach President Trump again. In an interview today with Fox News, Republican Senator Pat Toomey said he believes President Trump has committed impeachable offenses tonight. We're gonna give you both sides of the story. California Democratic Congressman Ted Lieu says 180 lawmakers have co sponsor an article of impeachment drafted yesterday. He says House judiciary members will introduce the legislation on Monday. While some Republicans have called for the president's removal from office. Many GOP lawmakers are not expected to vote to impeach the president. Majority leader Mitch McConnell adjourn the Senate until at least January 19th, meaning it's highly unlikely that the Senate will take up the articles on the floor before President elect Biden's inauguration. According to our news nation research team. Impeachment could have major implications on the president's ability to run for office again if he chooses to do so in 2024. Article one Section three of the Constitution says If a president is impeached and convicted, the Senate can disqualify him or her from future office. However, it would come down to what happens in the Senate Senators have never convicted. Or removed as sitting president from office.

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Education Secretary Betsy DeVos resigns, citing violence at the Capitol

WGN Programming

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos resigns, citing violence at the Capitol

"US Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos to the list of Trump Administration Cabinet members who decided they're done since the events of yesterday at the Capitol News nations Rob Nelson explains divorce, saying in a statement at President Trump's rhetoric was quote an inflection point for her. She is now the ninth member of the administration to leave her post since yesterday, the second Cabinet member today after Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao, she is the wife of Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell. She has stepped down as well after riots. The U.

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"news nation" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"news nation" Discussed on WGN Radio

"We had an election that was stolen from us. It was a landslide election and everyone knows it, especially the other side. But you have to go home. Now We have to have peace. We have to have law and order. We have to respect our great People in law and order. We don't want anybody hurt. It's a very tough period of time. There's never been a time like this. Where Such a thing happened where they could take it away from all of us from me from you from our country. This was a fraudulent election. But we can't play into the hands of these people. We have to have peace. So go home. We love you. You're very special. You've seen what happens. You see the way others air treated that are So bad and so evil. I know how you feel. Go home and go home in peace. So it wasn't alive Speech it was recorded address on his Twitter handle, which we know millions upon millions of people follow. It has been his source of getting information out there a minute long about there and told people that you don't want people to get hurt and and to go home attempting to defuse it, Not not necessarily. Giving up on the entire fraud situation, but at least telling people to go home. We're keeping our eye right now in the U. S. Capitol, also finding out from news nation just moments ago that the U. S. Senate We'll go. 50 50 Democrats have gained control of the Senate with the vice president wants Kamila Harris is sworn in. John Aasif has won the Georgia runoff election. Let's go now to news nation. I believe they are in Atlanta with Mike. Sure, right now the reporter for News Nation and they're obviously keeping an eye on the U. S. Capitol as well. The speaker's in a secure location, working to get national.

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Call to challenge the Electoral College count has split Senate Republicans

NewsNation

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Call to challenge the Electoral College count has split Senate Republicans

"Congress convening today News Nation political correspondent Dean Reynolds. Says the fireworks will happen on Wednesday. That's when a group of Republican legislators plan to challenge the electoral College count to support President Trump. Reynolds says he's challenge. The challenge is the most cynical political charade he's ever been. There is no suspense here. This is not going to turn out the way the people on the Republican side of the aisle are fervently hoping Reynolds appeared on the Dean Richard Sunday morning show

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Hospitals on high alert for new, more contagious COVID-19 strain

WGN Programming

02:56 min | 1 year ago

Hospitals on high alert for new, more contagious COVID-19 strain

"Everywhere are on high alert for that new strain of the coronavirus. Doctors say They don't want people to panic, but they should keep up their precautions. News Nation reporter Eva's America's spoke with an epidemiologist in Connecticut to put it in context. Fight against Cove in 19 intensifies as cases continue to climb and now multiple variants are circulating globally one new variant, which the CDC says emerged in the UK a few months ago. Has been detected here in the U. S not necessarily reasons to sound the alarm but definitely something that we have to watch. We've learned from the CDC viruses constantly change their mutation and new variants of the virus are expected over time. Sometimes new variants emerged and disappear. Other times, new variants emerge and start infecting people to break this all down. We spoke with Dr David Banik, the hospital epidemiologist for Yukon Health. Most of these mutations are not very significant, but sometimes there's another mutations and placed actually change some aspect of the virus. What's been seen so far is that this particular variant of the virus seems to be highly transmissible so it can spread quite easily. What we do know from the CDC is currently there's no evidence he's Variants caused more severe illness or increased risk of death. What we don't know in what scientists are working to figure out is how wide lead these new variants have spread, or how the new variants stiffer. Think this is really high in the need to do this next level of testing. You know that what we call genomic sequencing to really understand when these kinds of changes are occurring on def They're occurring with more frequency and how they're impacting the overall spread of complimenting And as for the covert vaccines being administered across the country, and the world scientific evidence doesn't suggest that the vaccine would be less effective for say, you know, vaccines. Have in effect that allow the immune system to attack multiple different ways against the virus. Esso one change like this wouldn't necessarily impact Thea overall effectiveness of the vaccine. Ava's Maris News Nation, New Haven, Connecticut. Oklahoma is nearing a record high number of hospitalizations more than 1900 people were hospitalized with the virus on New Year's Day. The state had 1083 new confirmed cases yesterday, and with case counts delayed due to the holiday weekend. Health officials believe the number might be higher hospital data compiled by the Kobe tracking project shows more than 125,000 Americans are being treated for Corona virus. In U. S hospitals. As of yesterday. That's actually down slightly from the day before. Hospitalizations have not fallen beneath 100,000 for an entire month, according to Johns Hopkins, more than 20.3 million Americans have tested positive for the virus. Cases rose by 160,000 in the past 24 hours. Deaths are now at 349,000 after an increase of 2000 over the past day.

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"news nation" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"news nation" Discussed on WGN Radio

"News nation this hour. I'm David Jennings. Members of the House have approved a new piece of legislation that would give Americans Maurer money under economic stimulus during covert 19 or Ed Donahue. The change would follow the president's insistence. $600 checks to Americans should be $2000 checks. Massachusetts Democrat Richard Neal used a reference to a Christmas Carol Marley warned. Lebanese air screws. There was a way for redemption. That was through a new generosity in a new kindness. We could emulate that here. Allies of the president have opposed more spending. Texas Republican Kevin Brady says the money can't be put to good use. At this point the recovery. The fact is It's hard to stimulate a main street that's locked down by local politicians. This won't help local restaurants get their workers permanently back. The outcome of the bill is uncertain in the GOP led Senate and Donahue Washington. The House is also voted override President Trump's veto of a substantial defense spending bill that bill and the additional covert 19 8. Go to the Senate More than 121,000 Americans are hospitalized for covert 19 nationwide. The Gobi tracking Project says the number is a new record Another 1500 people dying today, the covert 19 death toll almost 335,000. The Ohio police officer who gunned down a black man holding only a cell phone no longer has a job and I'm koi was fired after a disciplinary hearing today. The police chief wanted to take that step last week when he found out that coy hadn't turned on his body camera until after he'd shot Andre Hill. I was accused of not trying to de escalate the situation or even offer any medical help to Hill While waiting for paramedics, The Hills attorney says This is the first step in justice. Watch news Nation every night on WGN America or go on the news nation Now APP for news around the clock. I'm David Jennings. Aware storm approaches. We're expecting increasing clouds for Tuesday. Snow's gonna be likely during the afternoon with accumulation possible, especially north and west of the city, the high temperature 33 for Tuesday night we'll see a low temperature down to 29 actually, temperature's rising late during the overnight so snow will change over to freezing rain, icy roads possible there. Wednesday. Well that wintry mix early in the day changing to rain, then changing back to snow sometime Wednesday night. Wednesday's high up to about 40 and for Thursday mostly cloudy 33 degrees. I'm WGN meteorologist Dimitrius Ivory. For the one standing guard. For the eagle eyed.

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What happens next if Trump vetoes the pandemic relief package?

WGN Programming

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

What happens next if Trump vetoes the pandemic relief package?

"Tomorrow, Republicans are expected to book President Trump and oppose his $2000 stimulus check proposal. Those Democrats wanted to hold a vote in the morning by unanimous consent. But House Minority leader Kevin McCarthy will reportedly block it. If a deal can't be reached. Enhanced unemployment benefits among others will expire on Saturday. President Trump demanded changes after pointing to money set aside for foreign aid, though that won't take away from the covert relief money, news nations, Joe Khalil explains. Larger package is actually in two parts. One part covert relief doesn't send any money overseas. Rather, Congress approved $900 billion for things like stimulus checks, unemployment, schools and vaccines. The second part $1.4 trillion piece to fund the government does include some overseas aid money. It doesn't, however, take funding away from covert relief

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"news nation" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"news nation" Discussed on WGN Radio

"29 degrees at seven o'clock. Good morning. I'm David Juan. The news is sponsored by news Nation. The covert 19 vaccine begins to move out of Michigan. That story coming up First, a look of WGN traffic. No problems to report at this time on, there are expressways and to always traffic moving well, some delays on the C T a blue line, however, both directions of the blue line service, sharing a single track between the cell and grand. Until two o'clock this afternoon because of maintenance work. Allow additional travel time and earlier problem at Cermak on the Red Line has now been cleared. That line is moving normally. First trucks carrying a covert 19 vaccine for widespread use are getting ready to roll out of ported Portage Michigan at the manufacturing plant for Fizer there That will set in motion the biggest vaccination effort in American history. The shots that are critical to stopping the nation's Corona virus outbreak will be reaching states a day later. Among those being Illinois, Indiana and Chicago and his Chicago prepares to receive its first round of vaccine. Some officials are optimistic. We finally turned the corner here is second Ward Alderman Brien Hopkins, saying This is a major achievement for modern medicine. This is really one of the greatest miracles of medicine in history that the Vaccine has been developed, tested and approved in approximately a year. It really there's a light at the.

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"news nation" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"news nation" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Jack Hello him. Fox News Nation has achieved a medical miracle President Trump announcing the FDA is approval of a vaccine for the coronavirus. FDA is given an emergency use authorization to Pfizer's covert vaccine. This is one of the greatest scientific accomplishments in history. It will save millions of lives and soon end up endemic once and for all. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is expected to approve the vaccine this weekend to initial doses. They're supposed to be getting delivered across the U. S soon and go First, the health care workers and the elderly Alexis Jill made O V mode. Erna vaccine will be considered for emergency use approval next week. The U. S. Supreme Court has declined to hear a lawsuit seeking to invalidate vote counting results in four states. The Texas lawsuit challenged four battleground states, Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, alleging that voting rules in those states were legally changed. Within the court's decision. The justices said that Texas did not show an arguable case. They could contest how another state conducts its election. Alex is good old Scott, Texas Lieutenant Governor, Dan Patrick on Fox News at night, lamenting that the justices did not consider the merits of the case. The states What beyond the law went beyond the Constitution and overrode what the legislation was with law Woz For the second consecutive night, the Federal Bureau of Prisons has executed a condemned killer Elford Butch want Lisa Lee injected for beating his two year old daughter to death because she spilled her potty chair. It was a federal offense because the crime was committed on U. S military property. Three more federal executions scheduled next month. Wall Street Friday, the Dow gained 47 points, but NASDAQ fell 28. The S and P 500 closed four points. Lower America is listening to.

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"news nation" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"news nation" Discussed on WGN Radio

"NEWS Nation this hour. I'm David Jennings. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin is offering House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, a coronavirus relief package that as the approval of President Trump Steve Munition says he sent over a deal worth $916 billion. It's slightly more than the bipartisan package that was given the thumbs up by Pelosi and Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer. Nugent said. This proposal includes money for state and local governments, along with liability protections for businesses and schools. I'm Brian shook California now averaging more than 25,000 New Cove in 19 cases a day, according to New State Donna Dr Mark Galley, California's chief public elbow, buster says of transmission rates remain high. Three week stay at home order could be extended rather than focused on the sector by sector restrictions that top of our messages as much as you can stay at home. We know that it works, Galli says. Coronavirus hospitalizations in the past two weeks are up 71%. That's the highest Ever in California go, but 19 ICU hospitalizations are up nearly 69% over the same period. The army is either fired or suspended 14 officers and enlisted soldiers at Fort Hood after an investigation of widespread violence, sexual harassment and assault at the base. An independent panel was spurred by the bludgeoning death of army specialist Vanessa Gin, one of 25 soldiers who died at Fort Hood by suicide homicide or accident last year. Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy, the tragic death of Venice again. Rash of other challenges at Fort Hood. Forced us to take a critical look in our systems. Our policies. Ourselves to general offices are among those who have been removed from their jobs. Watch news Nation every night on WGN America or go on the news nation Now APP for news around.

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Supreme Court Rules New York Cannot Limit Attendance At Houses Of Worship Due To COVID-19

John Landecker

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Supreme Court Rules New York Cannot Limit Attendance At Houses Of Worship Due To COVID-19

"The Supreme Court ruled late last night's to block New York from enforcing attendance limits on houses of worship. President Trump's new Appointee, Justice Amy Cockney, Barrett, was in the majority on the decision. It's a shift from two previous cases in Nevada and California this year, when Barrett's predecessor, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, was on the court. That's news nations. Geez Aggie reporting. The court's action won't have any immediate impact since the two groups that sued as a result of the restrictions. The Roman Catholic Church, an Orthodox Jewish synagogues are no longer subject to them. The group had challenged the attendants, limits and areas designated red and orange zones, but they're now in the less restrictive yellow zones.

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"news nation" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"news nation" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Live from Chicago. This is news nation. Your news. Your nation. President elect Joe Biden has named co chairs for a Corona virus task force for when he takes office January 20th, with more members expected to be announced soon. Meanwhile, President Trump's campaign is expected to file lawsuits as soon as tomorrow over the election outcome, and the U. S. Has set a daily record for new Corona virus case is more than 126,000 reported for Saturday. That's according to Johns Hopkins. The U. S also reported more than 1000 new deaths. There have been more than 9.9 million Corona virus cases in the U. S. Along with more than 237,000 deaths. Tropical Storm ADA could bring up to 10 inches of rain in parts of South Florida Low lying neighborhoods in the keys are already starting to see floods. Miami has opened up sandbagging locations for people who want to protect their properties. Several evacuation shelters are also open. Legendary jeopardy game show host Alex Trebek died This morning He was 80 years old Sony Studios tweeted Trebek passed at home, surrounded by family and friends. He was diagnosed with stage four pancreatic cancer and announced his diagnosis publicly. In 2019. We're still seeing new reaction to Joe Biden's election victory We've heard from movie stars, athletes and world leaders. And tonight we've now heard from every living former U S president, beginning with former.

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"news nation" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"news nation" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"News Nation Every night at 87, Central on W G N America, Check your local listings. It's your news your Nation. Kevin Bread and W B Z is traffic on the threes, Fog and mist should break for sun later today are high today. 70 degrees are low tonight amid the clouds six day tomorrow, Waking up to the fog early Scott should turn out mostly Sunny though, should be actually kind of nice. High 75 degrees for tomorrow. Friday cooler fog in the morning again, sun will shine in the afternoon. Little bit High. 65 Saturday Mild Partly sunny find You're 17. Live local and fiercely independent, This's W. B C news radio. And Good morning on Lori Kirby. Here are the five things you need to know. At 10 45 immediately effective tomorrow, Boston public schools are shifting to all remote learning all remote learning effective tomorrow in Boston public schools. This move just made after the city's seven day average positivity raid for covert 19 sores. 5.7% Purdue Pharma company that makes obscene content will plead guilty to three federal criminal charges, all part of a more than $8 billion settlement. When a man faces federal tax and fraud charges for allegedly paying workers under the table.

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"news nation" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"news nation" Discussed on WGN Radio

"News nation this hour. I'm Vic Vaughn, President Trump's 14 year old son. Baron has since tested negative for the Corona virus. But according to a statement released today by first Lady Melania Trump, he tested positive in the days after their positive results. A statement says. In part, he's a strong teenager and exhibited no symptoms. The first lady says she presented only minimal symptoms and opted in her treatment for what she described as a more natural route of vitamins and healthy food. She's also since tested negative. The president's Supreme Court nominee, Amy Cockney barrettes in Washington for Day three of confirmation hearings at a second round of questioning by members of the Senate Judiciary Committee. Like Tuesday, barrettes, refusing to answer questions from Democrats on how she'd rule on landmark cases like abortion, healthcare and voting rights, saying that type of disclosure by a nominee would be inappropriate. Associated Press correspondent Sagami Gunny I would, of course, have an open mind about it. Still, Democrats tried to pin her down like when Patrick Leahy asked about President Trump's view that he can pardon himself. It's not one in which I can offer to view the GOP led Senate's racing toward quickly confirming Barry to Lindsey Graham calls a Trailblazer Four female conservatives, and she's going to the court. The hearings are expected to wrap up Thursday with a vote on her nomination next week. You can watch the hearing's at the station now dot com The president and Democratic vice presidential nominee, Joe Biden hold competing town halls tonight. Trump on NBC News in Miami, biting on ABC News in Philadelphia. Both started 8 P.m. Eastern. Another SEC football game's been postponed due to cope in 19. The Florida Gators were scheduled to play.

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"news nation" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"news nation" Discussed on WGN Radio

"News nation This hour I'm gave Schwann Rain from Tropical Storm Delta is saturating states across the deep South Tennessee Valley and mid Atlantic regions. The once major hurricane is expected to drop 3 to 6 inches of rain on parts of Georgia. Here's Louisiana Governor John Bell Edwards. Even if it wasn't quite as powerful as Hurricane Laura. It was much bigger. While the impacts are evidence across a large portion of the state, it's obvious that the hardest hit areas appear to be southwest Louisiana and Cameron. Compass, you, Jeff Davis Alan Million and Katya parishes, deltas, maximum sustained winds or around 30 miles an hour and expected to weaken over the next several hours as British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expected to announce a new local locked down system to fight covert 19. That does not have the blessing of various people around that country Here is current Hamas leaders of metropolitan areas around cities such as Liverpool, Manchester Newcastle warned that there regions would face extreme economic hardships of more restrictions are put in place. In a virtual press briefing, the mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham, said that northern England is facing what he described as the most dangerous winter for years. Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expected to back a new three tier local locked down system, which could see pubs of restaurants in Corona virus. Hot spots in England being temporarily closed. Karen Thomas London and one of Britain's leading medical advisers warned Sunday. The country is at a tipping point in the second wave of the Corona virus pandemic. President Trump's doctor says the president is no longer at risk of transmitting the Corona virus. The diagnosis comes as the president prepares to resume campaign rallies and other activities. He is expected to be at a rally in Florida tomorrow. Watch news Nation every night on W G N America or go on the news nation now at for news around the clock,.

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"news nation" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"news nation" Discussed on WGN Radio

"News nation this our mind, Vic Fawn Smoke pollution from major wildfires burning in Western states has federal air quality officials concerned on alert span issued in Oregon through at least Thursday. The quality's so poor that Alaska Airlines had briefly says spend some flights into Oregon and Washington state. Dave Monroe lives in hard hit talent or again, There's something going on, that's for sure, man because it's one thing after another. Every summer. We're burning. Nearly a million acres have been scorched in Oregon so far this year. That makes it one of the most destructive years for wildfires in state history. In California. The number of acres burned so far this year is now approaching 3.5 million. Governor Gavin Newsom says August and September have been the worst year I've been on so many fires of the last 70 years throughout the state. We've never been more stretched in our resource is then over the last month, Hurricane Sally is approaching the northern Gulf coast at just two miles an hour. The slow movement is allowing the storm to grow in size and intensity News nations Erica or stands in Panama City, Florida We're having a lot of rainfall here, and folks are starting to experience that flooding. I've seen plenty with sandbags against the garage. I've seen some pumps in their driveways, doing anything they can to get that water away from their home. Forecasters say Sally could bring up to 20 inches of rainfall. It's expected to make landfall near the Mississippi Alabama state line Wednesday morning. It's looking more and more like the Big 10 conference will kick off their football season this fall. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. The league's members are confident they'll play in 2020. I expect to see a vote soon on whether to officially reversed their decision last month and begin a conference only season in October. Watch news Nation Every night on w CI in America or go on the news station now app produce around the clock Mind, Vic Fawn. Mostly clear skies tonight, little bit less breezy. The overnight low 57 Tomorrow's high temperature 82 sunshine for the morning clouds increase during the evening with the chance for showers or thunderstorms during the overnight on Thursday, we'll see mostly sunny skies that'll be breezy and much cooler as a cold front will have moved through. We got 68 for the hider in the afternoon. Mix of sun and clouds on Friday, cooler than normal 66 there then it's a Saturday we're expecting a high of 69 degrees, mostly sunny skies for the entire upcoming weekend from the Weather Center. I'm wg and meteorologist to Beatrice Ivory. Wait with Surat, Wake up and get the day going with Bob Suraj. He has all you need five AM denied on Chicago's very own thiss year, the Alzheimer's association walked end Alzheimer's is everywhere. Every suburban sidewalk Every busy avenue. Every scenic path everywhere. All of us are raising funds for one goal, a world without Alzheimer's and all other dementia because this disease isn't waiting. Neither are you Take the first step on your walk right now. Goto ails dot org's slash walk and joined.

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"news nation" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"news nation" Discussed on WGN Radio

"A consent decree. He says he respects the mayor's decision and will withhold further comment. Evacuation orders have been issued to more than half a million residents in parts of Texas and Louisiana ahead of Hurricane lures arrival. It's expected to gain strength before making landfall is a major Category three sometime late Wednesday. Forecasters say it'll hit somewhere between eastern Texas and the central Louisiana coast. California's firefighting agency is in talks with its conservation corps and its National guard about helping contain wildfires. So far, this wildfire season in California has killed seven people and destroyed nearly 1300 homes and buildings. I'm Vic Vaughn on Chicago's very own 7 20. W G. N After a warm overnight expect high temperatures to climb into the upper nineties. Wednesday, the previous record high temperature 97 set in 1973. That record may go down. Thursday's high will be in the mid to upper nineties again with scattered showers and thunderstorms Developing in the afternoon and evening Friday, much more of the same, but slightly cooler numbers with highs in the low nineties. We cool down significantly for the weekend will dry out. Also Saturday and Sunday. Hi's right around 80 WG and meteorologist Dimitrius Ivory. Opinions air everywhere when you watch the news, But what about your opinion? Why can't you just get the facts to decide for yourself? News Nation is coming September 1st 87 Central to G in America A nightly newscast in prime time. That doesn't tell you what to think. Seven nights a week. News Nation will deliver you news, not talk facts, not opinions. Find your local channel by going to w g in America dot com. It's your news your nation..

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