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"Price of participation may vary Prices may be higher in Alaska and Hawaii 50 people were shot 9 fatally over the moral day weekend This is police canceled officer stays off and the mayor's new curfew for minors was in place There were multiple arrests at north avenue beach as many flock to the lakefront Here's Nick Gale Chicago police not confirming the exact number of arrests over the weekend but they are saying that most of those were in relation to a number of isolated incidents between beachgoers In one case so a person was spotted with a gun We were just coming down and we sort of saw the police up here resting the kid and they had a pistol with them There were a handful of social media posts that popped up over the weekend encouraging people to take over the beaches Chicago police state will take some time to get the exact number of arrests made over the long weekend Nick Gale 8 90 WLS news Chicago and lining up to vote early for the Illinois primary election the super sighted north and Clark in the loop finally opened downtown after delays due to ballot changes fighting at all that all sites in all of the Chicago's 50 wards begins on June 13th for Cook County It's tomorrow A judge indicating alderman Ed Burke is now likely to face trial next year Burke was indicted on 14 counts of racketeering bribery and extortion in May of 2019 He pleaded not guilty He has held his city council seat since 1969 representing the 14th ward in one reelection in 2019 despite facing corruption charges The next all dramatic election is February 28th of next year As they begin to bury the victims of last week's shooting at a local elementary school the people of Yuval are feeling the love from within their community and from the outside Whether it's a teacher or a student at rob elementary each of the 21 lives lost represents a family tragedy but that didn't keep some mourners from driving across the state to show support This is what Community looks like Pamela Ellis and some friends traveled to uvalde from Houston with no connection to the child whose visitation they attended The family was very open to embrace you know a higher support Burying the 19 children and two teachers killed in the massacre will take over two weeks Jim Ryan ABC News Dallas The DoJ is investigating the police response Meantime bipartisan talks on gun reform continued this week while Congress is out on recess A small group of bipartisan senators including democratic senators Chris Murphy and kyrsten sinema as well as Republicans John cornyn and Tom tillis speaking by Zoom in hopes of agreeing on a basic framework on how to move forward with gun legislation according to ABC News sources The discussion is expected to continue with a larger group later this week There's just a few more days left for this bipartisan group to come up with a compromise before Congress returns And when ABC News Washington The European Union has agreed to ban the overwhelming majority of Russian oil imports the black will lies on the country for 25% of its oil and 40% of its natural gas It's a big move for the block President Biden says he will not send rocket systems now to Ukraine WLS continues to partner with med global to help the people of Ukraine if you would like to help and donate you can go to WLM dot com and click on the events page And Chicago ranks among cities with the most expensive commute.
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"That the work of reform and particularly the emphasis on training is going to continue going forward. The mayor also says she has full confidence in superintendent Brown. McDonald's will begin reopening some of its restaurants in Ukraine in the coming months. Here's Nick Gale. Mister Chicago based burger giant closed its Ukrainian restaurants after Russia's invasion nearly 6 months ago, but has continued to pay its more than 10,000 employees in the country. McDonald's saying this morning, it plans to gradually begin reopening some restaurants in the capital, Kyiv, and western Ukraine, where other companies are also doing business farther from the fighting. McDonald's has 109 restaurants in Ukraine, but did not immediately say how many would we open? It was recall that they've already sold their 850 restaurants in Russia. Nick Gale 8 90 WLS news. Major League Baseball returned to Iowa today, the field of dreams will be filled with fans from Chicago and the cubs played the Cincinnati reds in the second game at a throwback ballpark near where the 18 I'm sorry, 1989 movie was filmed. This field. This game. It's a part of our past ray. It reminds us of all that once was good. It could be again. The cubs and reds will wear special uniforms inspired by how the franchise has looked in the early 20th century. WLS news time is 1104. We've got an axon on the right shoulder. I 55 southbound at Lorenzo road. Accent on lakeshore drive northbound at Hyde Park boulevard, earlier racks and being cleared I 65 north bent at 73rd avenue, another day. There's something different about my mango pineapple smoothie. Really? My grandma will wrap a taste fine. Nah, something's definitely different. No difference? Other than I got them for half off because I ordered on the app. Well, that explains it. Explains what? How things seem to taste so much better when you're getting a sweet deal. Okay
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"To install and guaranteed to fit and right now save 45% off any order Just use code radio to check out leinster dot com 23 people were shot 6 fatally in weekend violence in Chicago among those killed a man standing in his kitchen and his west town home He was struck by gunfire that came from a back alley a child who shot Sunday Night in the little village neighborhood on the southwest side He's in good condition 64 year old Larry purnell was killed while gardening in west Pullman Saturday afternoon and his wife spoke to ABC 7 He was a loving person He was funny I've been with him since I was 14 years old When I was a danger 26 year old aspiring rapper Brandon slater was also killed no motive for the shooting there no arrests have been made the city on track to reach 1000 shootings by the end of the month A cook and a judge has denied Kim Foxx's request that he reconsidered the sentence he gave a man a decade ago under a new state law that gives prison inmates a chance to get out early Here's Nick Gale Judge Stanley sack says he doesn't believe 55 year old convicted burglar Charles miles had shown himself to be rehabbed while in prison and expressed skepticism over whether the state's constitution would even allow him to effectively commute the remainder of his sentence A spokesperson for fox's office saying in a statement that they're disappointed but added we understand that a judge must look at the facts and the defendant in each individual case Miles's case was the first in Cook County to be argued before a judge after Fox announced in March that her office had selected three long serving inmates for potential early release under the new law signed by governor pritzker last summer Nick Gale 8 90 WLS news A growing number of parents nationwide facing a shortage of baby formula partially because of a February recall of three popular brands made by Abbott doctor Locke Patel of Stanford children's health as an ABC News contributor For parents out there right.
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"In the morning The shooter is said to be wearing a construction vest and maybe a gas mask eyewitnesses told police the suspect may have set off a smoke device prior to the shooting This Brooklyn resident and business owner says he saw one woman taken away by ambulance I saw a lot of people coming out of train station one of them was injured I believe it was a lady and shot right in her leg and a lot of people was coming out from side to side screaming yelling asking for help Area schools have been placed on lockdown a massive manhunt is underway in the FBI has joined the search U.S. prosecutors say New York lieutenant governor Brian Benjamin has been arrested in a federal corruption investigation He's facing charges of bribery wire fraud and falsifying records Businessman Willie Wilson yesterday announcing he is again in the mayor's race Today he's talking about how to deter crime We get more from Nick Gale Wilson has been critical of the mayor's handling of police and crime especially during the pandemic but he says defeating crime goes beyond law enforcement He tells ray Stevens on WLS I would create grant within those particular neighborhood I will make sure that you do business contract with those people in those high crime areas So we got to make sure they got good high paying jobs in those neighborhoods When it comes to police Wilson says he would encourage more officer engagement within the city's neighborhoods Nick Gale 8 90 WLS news As he approaches 1000 days of captivity American Trevor Reed was back in a courtroom in Russia this morning appealing his criminal conviction ABC's Jim Ryan in Dallas where Reid's parents are pleading for their son's return to the U.S. Former marine Trevor Reed has been held since 2019 on a charge of assaulting two Russian police officers This morning a three judge panel was to hear his appeal We kind of didn't really expect them to release them or anything Reid's mother Polish spoke to Dallas CBC affiliate WFAA We had thought maybe they would go ahead with the procedure that didn't happen Instead reached case has been sent back to a lower court meaning the 30 year old will remain in Russian custody for the foreseeable future Jim Ryan ABC News Inflation the highest it's been in more than 40 years the consumer price index shows it's up 8 and a half percent as compared to a year ago the average 30 year fixed rate mortgage right now is above 5% interest rates are expected to continue to climb And it's opening day for the Chicago White Sox had guaranteed rate field The Sox taking on the Seattle Mariners at three ten this afternoon WLS news.
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"Prone on the ground he comes in for another hit on his head And then grabs Kyle rittenhouse's firearm Rittenhouse faces life in prison if convicted of the most serious charge against him One former federal and state prosecutors expressing concern about a change of judges in Cook County bond court here's Nick Gale We told you yesterday of the story of judge Kelly McCarthy who on Friday refused to grant prosecutors request to have several defendants held without bail including one charge with attempted murder and allegedly beating stomping and choking his pregnant girlfriend Will pat Brady on the Bruce Saint James show here on wls says people need to reach out to chief judge Timothy Evans and express their concern To have this kind of nuance and Bond hearings no these are violent offenders that need to be locked up to protect society And this whole left wing defund police social service network prosecutor's office It's not working Brady wonders if the judge has an agenda that she's working The blog CW Chicago first reported the story Nick Gale 8 90 W LS news Family and friends gathering in river north to search for missing ad executive inaki bhaskaran who went missing over the weekend his father Jose telling ABC 7 he has a condition that puts him in danger and it's unlike him to disappear A very outgoing guy he's a really good kid This is not something that he will do Surveillance video shows him leaving Celeste in.
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"That wanted to return to the classroom today could not. There were two separate groups of parents now that are getting tired of the rhetoric on both sides. One group held their Children out of remote learning to protest the current reopening plan. They'd like a seat at the bargaining table. Another separate group of 10. Parents are prepared to file a lawsuit if teachers decide to strike saying that would be illegal. Mayor Lori Lightfoot says another strike would be catastrophic and says in part quote Let me be very clear. Our schools are safe. We've invested over $100 million in ventilation, other safety protocols, making sure that we have masks, safety and health screening. Naperville School District. 203 plans to reimburse tax players millions of dollars because schools were closed during the covert 19 pandemic. Our Nick Gail reports. The district consisting of both Naperville Central in Naperville, North High schools, says it has a surplus following the school shutdowns that began in March, so they will reimburse a total of $10 million. The owner of a $400,000 home, for instance, would be reimbursed between 275 and $300. Local officials are now working with the district to determine who's eligible for the rebate. The district plans to issue more than 300,000 checks over the next several weeks. Nick Gale 8 90 WLS news. An internal team in Wuhan. China, investigating how the gilded 19 virus began. Here's NBC's Dave Packer, the U. N team of experts spent about an hour to seafood market the side of a December 2019 outbreak of covert 19 World Health Organization. Technically, Dr Maria van Kirk over their focus is on the early cases on their having very good discussions around that Wh O Emergencies chief Dr Michael Ryan urging the world to be patient while the team carries out their objective because as part of any investigation of any Infectious disease event. As you got the more information you get some answers, and then it creates more questions. Dave Packer ABC News Many Americans fear There will not be enough vaccine when they go to get their second Covitz shot. Here's Andy Field. Dr Anthony Fauci tried to ease concerns that some Americans won't be able to get their second covert shop if a person is ready for their second dose. That person will be prioritized if a person has not gotten their first dose, But you've taken care of all of the second dose people. Then you go ahead with the first dose. But first, the government must approve billions more to ensure that vaccine will be there and he failed. ABC NEWS Washington We are not alone in the Midwest. There's a winter wallop for the Northeast is well. Here's a BCS Aaron Cutter ski foot Plus that has fallen so far in Central Park is just the beginning. This is a dangerous life threatening Situation, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said the roads are dangerous. Much of mass transit was shutting down safely find your way home. Lock the door. Sit on the couch. It's stay home. The advice from New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy air travel has done in the Northeast, vaccination sites have shut down and in person classes were canceled. Boston Public School buildings will be closed on Monday in Tuesday, It's particularly disappointing for Mayor Marty Walsh in Boston, where some in person learning was supposed to resume. Aaron Carter. SKI ABC NEWS NEW YORK Taking a look at W. Well, a sports the Bowl's host the next tonight the Bulls forth in the central at seven and 11 the next fourth in the Atlantic at nine and 12 College basketball Big win for the fighting A line I over Iowa on Friday evening 80 to 75 the final there that shot Illinois up in the AP rankings to 12. Illinois 11 and five on the year they faced Indiana tomorrow night. The Hoosiers were at nine and seven. Fighting a line I and Indiana tomorrow evening pregame at 7 30 Right here on your home for fighting a line I basketball wls am 8 90. WLS news. Time is 505 Don't take chances with covert 19 and your family's health used the accident.
While Calling For Injunction That Could Delay CPS Reopening Plan, Chicago Teachers Union Says Strike Is Not Off Table
"The Chicago Teachers union seeking an injunction in an effort to stop the Chicago public schools from restarting in person learning next month. Here's Nick Gail. The union has demanded that Chicago public School officials be forced to bargain over the re opening plans. Representatives for the teachers say plans in place won't keep teachers or students safe. Stacy Davis Gates is vice president of the CTU, she tells ABC seven. We've been told that the 25,000 classrooms but have air filtration systems. As of today, that hasn't that go has not been in bed. How do you re open for save deep from the basic tenets of safety and have yet to be opened by the district. CPS officials have said they've implemented strict health measures. That nationwide data shows Loco but 19 transmission rates within schools Nick Gale 8 90 wls Noon in
Outdoor dining tents vandalized in Chicago's West Loop
"Story. Some tents that restaurants in the west loop have been using for outdoor dining were vandalized over the past weekend. Happened along West Randolph Street in downtown Chicago. Many restaurants have had to set up outdoor dining tents as a way to stay in business, while indoor dining remains banned in Chicago and surrounding areas. Nick Gale 8 90
Illinois reports first West Nile virus death of the year in Chicago resident
"Resident has died from the West Nile virus, the first West Nile virus death this year in Illinois. Our Nic Gale has more. The Illinois Department of Health reports at the Chicago and became ill in mid September and tested positive then for West Nile virus So far, 24 other human cases have been reported in the state this year. Last year I DPH reported 28 human cases along with one death, although they stress that human cases are under reported West Nile is transmitted through the bite of a mosquito and symptoms include fever, nausea, headache and muscle aches. Nick Gale, 8 90
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"She She was trash about the senses, and I was there for What I did Monday with my signal. Gloria, Come help me. I can't do it alone. Among other charges, Hollingsworth is facing aggravated animal cruelty. And while he acknowledges he may have written his horse too long, he denies any cruelty on his part. The horse, which was in possession of Chicago's animal care and control has been since transferred to an anonymous area. Horse Rescue Nick Gale 8 90 w L s new. Finally tonight. A warning If you love black licorice. Doctors say a Massachusetts construction worker Eat our ate a lot of black licorice. He ate a bag and a half every day for a few weeks. And they say that that through his nutrients, his nutrients out of whack and caused his heart to stop. Do you think so? The man a guy thinking bag a day is going to throw a few things. Bag of black licorice per day is not good for you. Yes, Apple a day keeps the doctor away. Not a bag of black licorice. Thank you, Dr Darwin. Does he have kids? I don't know. I don't know. They say John, if you eat his little is two ounces of black licorice today for two week. Two weeks that could cause a heart rhythm problem. Well, yeah, that's not going to be an issue for me. I'm not a licorice guy, but you've got other things that you ingest into your system. That probably shouldn't be ingested. Wow, that seems like that seems like a nasty shot right here at the top of the show. Well, I don't want I don't want people to think that you're the picture of health Just cause you don't eat black licorice. You've got issues. I I'm not saying anything negative about black liquors per se Come, including all all types of licorice, red and less red and white licorice. Okay, Okay. All licorice. I'm just saying, I don't like any licorice. No offense to those who do okay. I understand Black licorice manners. Okay, I get it. I just say I'm not. I'm not a licorice guy. Okay. Very, very nervous. You know, nowadays very edgy. I know it's going to end. I'm just not quite sure how but some day it is going to end boom just like that. But you've had a good run. It's been a good run who've had a good run John. That's been a good run. As far as career. It's been a relatively good run as far as finances. It's been a relatively good run as far as hell. So when it does boom done over I walk to the light, no regret.
Election Boards Boot Rapper Kanye West From Presidential Ballots
"Rap artist Kanye West will not appear on Illinois is November 3rd ballot. Our Nick Gale has more State Board of elections decided today that the Chicago native did not qualify to appear on the ballot. Was a vote of 820, saying that West fell short of the number of signatures needed. Also today, Ohio tossed West from the critical presidential states ballot due to a botched paperwork in Wisconsin kicked them off yesterday after missing a crucial
R. Kelly in court as prosecutors turn over video of alleged sexual encounter with teen
"Are kelly's attorneys now have a taped at prosecutors say shows the singer having sex with a minor girl two decades ago nick gale has more kelly appeared in chicago court wednesday where a judge said he would like to set a trial date for early next year and prosecutors turned over a d._v._d. allegedly showing pornographic images involving the minor kelly pled not guilty earlier this month through eleven new charges in a sexual assault and sexual abuse case co county judge lawrence flood as prosecutors during the hearing to decide which of the four indictments they want to proceed with i twenty twenty trial would stand in contrast to what happened in the same courthouse when kelly's two thousand eight child porn trial did not begin until six years after he was charged it was eventually quitted on those charges in the new cases kelly's pled
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"Develop a market for it out on the rivers. There's an endless supply to continue their businesses. So their businesses gather would not go under simply because we get a handle on his legs McConnell, secured funding to fight the invasive fish in Kentucky lake lake Parkway, and the Mississippi and Ohio river basins. Some argue though those barriers aren't one hundred percent effective back in twenty ten. Then governor Pat Quinn signed agreement China to export as much as thirty million pounds of Asian carp from the Illinois river annually, Nick gale, WLS, AM, eight ninety news. Vice vice President Mike Pence very pleased with part of the supreme court's ruling on abortion today, Jerry von land reports on that when he was governor of Indiana Pence signed a law requiring that fetal remains from an abortion must be cremated or buried the supreme court. Upheld that law Pence calling it a ruling for life as governor. He also signed a measure prohibiting abortions on the basis of race sex, or if tests revealed an abnormal. -ality a lower court struck that down in the high court left that ruling in place. Penn said he hopes the high court will soon support restrictions on abortion, Jerry bowed lender, Washington. The embattled attorney, Michael has pleaded not guilty to accusations that he defrauded his most famous client porn star stormy Daniels naughty appeared before a federal judge in New York on charges of wire fraud and aggravated identity theft. Prosecutors say naughty pocketed, money Daniels was supposed to get from a book deal. The mega millions jackpot is four hundred eighteen million dollars. That's the ninth largest jackpot in the game's history. The drawing takes place tonight at ten o'clock DeVille system right now is five oh, five WLS news is brought to you in part by first American Bank. The largest privately held Bank in Illinois. All.
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"What couldn't be in your mind? To hurt such an innocent person. That's just trying to do. Good for her family, family says they plan on starting go fund me page. But worn any of those that are up at this point are fakes Nick gale, WLS, AM, eight ninety news Maryland. Life would says, last month city finances, are in dire shape. But as Bill Cameron says we now know just how dire shooting all is raised its estimate of the projected twenty twenty budget shortfall by one hundred sixty four percent is almost three quarters of a billion for billion dollars. Mostly for pensions warrants for Saul at the civic innovation. If another big property tax increase can be avoided it's likely that there are really to, to places where on the revenue side, but those cities Chicago is a home world unit of government could go. Yes, it could go to property taxes. Yes, you can go to sales tax problem as Chicago ones are already feeling believe, with the property texting fishes at the previous administration is passed we have not seen in many neighborhoods, full recovery. The real estate market, and all of this also assumes big cuts in spending. Bill Cameron does us guy news. Hey, honey. What's going on how it's just logging in and checking on our account. And I thought we were going to do better this year. I know I've been trying to watch what he spent no more stopping for coffee for me. Giving up coffee is going to do it. We need more income for our day to day, not to mention setting aside, something for the kids college, in our retirement man. I wish there was an answer for most of us no one.
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"Tell you when you have that many people in that many contracts that many separates. The appearance. That is not the United States. And that is not the actions of president. Which? Him more formally abilities. Office. And manual criticized attorney general bar for handling of the findings at city hall. Bill Cameron, go through less AMA. Daddy knew the FBI has joined police in crystal lake and the search for a missing child parents have five year old Andrew AJ Freund says the boy was last seen Wednesday night at bedtime. They say they woke up in the morning and found the child gone. He's described as seventy pounds blond hair about three feet five inches tall wearing a blue. Mario sweatshirt and black sweatpants. As the investigation continues into the circumstances behind the disappearance. Officials say they have not issued an amber alert because they are not certain abduction happened. And legendary Chicago sports broadcaster check Coptic died yesterday from injuries sustained in a car crash last week near Hilton Head, South Carolina. Nick gale has that a native of Northfield graduate of neutral high school in later Columbia college comic was a top sports anchor at channel five back in the eighties later segue to radio it was known for his coverage of Notre Dame. Sports sons of Notre Dame. How you doing? Everybody is colorful career included stints as an announcer for the roller derby and world wrestling federation. He talked about that recently on the couch show here on WLS. A lot of roller derby and used to do a lot of the wrestling in Saint Louis, and I can tell you Saint Louis unequivocally being in Fort, Wayne, Indiana. If you can find fun and Saint Louis, let me know because of the best of my now, Saint Louis closed about nineteen Forty-six comics daughter Lindsay took to Facebook Sanger father's passing was untimely. Unexpected and painfully sad Chet comic was seventy years old, Nick gale WLS AM, eight ninety news traffic, but that is very sad news the died. He was such a legend was he was such legends easy were to bandy about. But it is true. He was the godfather of sports talk radio out of Chicago quickly emulated on both coasts. And it was a regular guest of with me. Just for the man Cal excerpt. The guy was not shy about coming on the we're going to talk to Rick camphor. He's a good friend chats and co wanna chess books, maybe a couple of them Rick's gonna come on above five twenty or so to talk about chat, Luke Canales from FOX thirty two will be here in the six. Cock our remembering check copy. But I was very very sad to hear about that today. He will definitely be missed as for traffic, the Kennedy still. Bad our eight out of the airport. The Eisenhower our ten to the three ninety Stevenson and our fifteen to three fifty five and eighty eastbound we still have a crash on the shoulder at route eighty three next update in about fifteen.
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"Craig has been indicted accused of lying and concealing information during a Justice department probe correspondent Evan Perez. Says Greg Craig is accused of hiding foreign lobbying activities related to business with the Ukrainian government. This is the case of began under the Muller investigation is taken unusual route I was referred to the southern district of New York where prosecutors there examined it's before deciding that they didn't want to bring the case it was returned back to the Washington use attorney's office. And that's where the indictment was finally returned. Craig is the first prominent democrat face charges connected to these special counsels Russia probe new charges announced today in Los Angeles against celebrity Turney, Michael Nadi among other things the thirteen thirty six count federal indictment alleges of an and basil twelve million dollars from his clients to pay for personal expenses a coffee business and a private jetty could face a sentence of more than three hundred. Years in prison. If convicted of all charges, Julian Assange was pulled from the Ecuadorian embassy in London today and hauled into court. It begins an extradition battle for the WikiLeaks founder who faces charges in the US related to the publication of tens of thousands of secret government documents democratic members of the Illinois state Senate are weighing in on whether or not a presidential candidate should be required to disclose their tax returns that story from our Nick gale Bill passed in the state Senate and sponsored by Chicago democrat, Tony Munos would require presidential candidates to release their income tax returns. If they want to appear on the ballot here in Illinois, if you want to run for vice president of the United States. Hey, what's wrong with providing your tax return for the last five years? If you've got nothing to hide you shouldn't worry about anything. That's how I see it. Critics question. If the move is even constitutional and say, it's a blatant attack on President Trump. The Bill now heads to the state Senate for consideration. Nick gale. WLS AM eight ninety news. And at city hall are Bill Cameron says mayor elect Lightfoot is getting an open letter from the group business people for the public interest or djing new powers to fight corruption for the city's inspector general's. Various inspector general's. Overseen city hall the schools are the city agencies are not independent enough. They need full subpoena power to investigate complaints. Even if they are anonymous, but can you legislate an investigate corruption at city hall? Here's what former David Hoffman says. Well, I don't think anyone should be sure of that. No one's talking about a silver bullet on no one's naive about it. But what we are talking about is. And what VP is talking about is increasing.
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"Always operating safely. So we're going to do that through this afternoon and this evening, and we'll have an update for you later tonight or tomorrow about our situation for tomorrow morning, if you're stuck in. You're listening would like a a update for me at three one two five nine hundred eighty nine hundred sold me gets us, right? We have some super duper computer there and that went down hours ago, and they can't get that back online. And so we've lost what the ability to to move trains it multiple times. They can only get one in in and out at a time on either end because there's only six employs left at Union Station. Band, manual control. So they have people in the. Do we have available today? I don't know. I think I don't know. And this is why the world contrary to what I learned when I was a kid when we had the evil Soviet empire, the godless communists and mushroom cloud. That could come at any time where every few weeks and my little elementary school. We do duck and cover. The the world is not going to end in some some big mushroom cloud exchange of nukes. It's gonna end when the computers just shut down and the iphones won't work. And nobody get any money out of the ATM, and we're all just going to lay down in the corner in the fetal position and call it a day. Okay. Come on. Why can't Sunnyside? Why can't we just tell the engineers and the guys that used to do this before there were held two thousand in charge? We're trying to ask them to open the the bay doors and he's not doing. So why can't we just pull people out there saying art year next come on? Are you you wait a second. You come on. Because these people have all been furloughed, these people all been let go and now we outsource everything to Bangladesh. And Meg Riley with metrics blame this manual control, which he said. Trek doing this. But basically what they have personnel. And each of the signal bungalows that are in their territory on the north end and on the south end of Union Station, and instead of running the system as a unified whole they're running it segment, so they can allow to do it safely. They can only allow one train at a time through each segment there you go. Muslim. That's a that's the latest report from Nick gale, I think so sweet mother of God what I was looking for that Tyler five minutes ago. I couldn't find it. So good for you. There's a number of other ones in there too. If you want to sprinkle them in have that Mr.. Mcgladdery,.
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"He says we'll run through the rest of the evening. Made contact with our own Nick gale. I dunno if Nichols out of Ogilvy or union good question, if he goes out to union, there may be a very disgruntled Nick gale there the Tribune was just a moving article that saying that, you know, a few metre stranded you good luck with lifting Uber tonight. Travel about forty five miles. How he does. Yeah. He's almost regularly. Today. Good luck to you, not not neck. He'll be fine. But people in close proximity to Nick back to you know, problem bond has been denied for a seventeen year old charged as an adult in the murder of northside college prep student in Chicago Lewis Cass John was arrested yesterday are John Dempsey has more northside college prep student Emmanuel Gallegos was shot to death Monday night while riding in a car with his friend. Steve. Hi mez who talked with ABC seven. To know that. This guy who was still a kid arms. The shooter reportedly yelled, gang slogans. Authorities say the seventeen year old will be charged as an adult John Dempsey WLS AM eight one thousand nine hundred New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft has pleaded not guilty to two counts of misdemeanors listed Haitian of prostitution. And a Florida case Seventy-seven-year-old craft is requesting non-jury trial in Palm Beach county. Craft was among hundreds of men charged in a crackdown on massage parlors prostitution and an investigation into human trafficking at Florida's spas. Ten spas have been closed and several people mostly women originally from China have been charged with running the operation and a person familiar with negotiations tells the Associated Press that Bryce Harper and the Phillies have agreed to a three hundred thirty million dollar contract, pending a physical so much for the cubs or the socks getting the all-star free agent. Now, a look at the roads.
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"Evenings like to the junction thirty out. Twenty three minutes, the Kennedy O'Hare to downtown and our seven out thirty three Eisenhower Thorndale to the post office in our three outbound an hour. Thirteen stevenson. I fifty five to the drive in our three out an our one Dan Ryan downtown thirty one minutes outbound trip about thirty five little slow going here. I fifty seven outbound between the Ryan and Sibley boulevard next traffic update in about fifteen minutes. Next news update comes your way at six thirty. I'm Nick gale in for Jennifer Keiper, WLS AM, eight ninety news. A good day over warm. It's going to be another character builder sort of evening here in Chicago. City workers across agencies have been working around the clock, and they will continue to do that throughout the week. This is a coordinated and comprehensive response for the weather and remember, please be neighborly check on the elderly as we famously heard here in Chicago. If you have any elderly. More disabled neighbor, please assist that neighbor possibly not as bad as the polar vortex. But still very very cold tonight. While your first response to you and your family, I do want to make sure that you have elderly or sick in your boss. I ask you, please check on your neighbors saw review in Chicago. Thank you, Mr Mayor. Please don't interrupt me. That's very rude. I was reading the New York Post yesterday. And I think I mentioned this to you yesterday, Nick gale. And there was a big feature on.
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"I'm Nick gale in for Jennifer Keiper, WLS AM, eight ninety news. Thank you. To just get out the score card might Virginia scorecard. I heard you talk about this. So the governor still there. Yes. And he's only been been seen. What we think is him in black face one photo. Correct. Correct. We'll get back to the Lieutenant governor. Okay. So the attorney general has admitted that he also wore black face at one point. He is also a democrat. Correct que. No new information on him. No not today. He's hanging in. Then we have the there's a Republican that's been drawn into this. Now. Who also had to admit to some improprieties from years ago that tipped the scales a little bit earlier today, and I'll get back to that part of the story. But the the more fascinating thing and this plane right into my theory from yesterday. I don't wanna say a told you people. So I told you people so, but the the Lieutenant governor has to go for the Democrats to survive. He he's got to be pushed off the cliff. I the governor later the AG later, but if I if I'm advising the Democrats, I'd say the key to this and the surviving in power in Virginia during a census psycho, which is very important, obviously, a purple state, it it goes back and forth. Sound like this is happening in a in a either purely read or purely blue state, so the key to them hold on to power with all this nonsense coming their way is for the Lieutenant governor go, I he's gotta go either got push or shove or voluntarily or you falls down some steps, and they pick them up and haul aspect upstairs thrown down the steps. Again. He's got to go first. Then the governor can resign after they have a new squeaky clean Lieutenant governor in there with them becomes governor. Then we'll we'll do. The apparently with the second accusation, the Lieutenant governor may be the one to go, and who do you suppose brought forth the second accusation of sexual assault. I bet you a dime to a dollar. It was not a Republican. Knowing there's no way of knowing. Well, unless you get inside the accusers head, and she you know, she speaks the truth. But this is the way it works out if the Democrats can hold onto Virginia. He's got to go first. Lieutenant governor charismatic African americ- very difficult guy to tell him to resign. But now with to see to sexual impropriety accusations. These these assaults. Yeah. The central. It's a rape. Right. Yeah. The woman at the convention said he raped her. Right. Okay. So that definitely no pun intended. Trump's one black face photo bright in a watching how great on all these scandals. I mean at that point you have to if they're credible accusations just think what they put Cavagnoud through Cavanaugh through. Yeah. We'll just two or three, quote unquote, credible accusations right guy, just made it, right? Jeff flake. We took took a little time for Jeff flake to come around on that. But with us in in Virginia. My prediction is by Monday, Lieutenant governor's gone because it's going to be unwielding pressure on him now that he'll have to go if they wanna stay save the state, you might even go tonight, and they'll bury it tonight tonight would be a good time for him to go. Yeah. To be honest with you the way way it goes. So we'll watch that his name is Fairfax. Yes. And so, you know, once at least when it comes to sexual impropriety and these types of scandals generally where there's a little bit of smoke. That will ignite a bit of a fine. Yeah. You know? So you know, if you have one woman coming forth, another one will come in. And I'm not saying there's nothing wrong with that..
"nick gale" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"For some slick spots because of the morning snows, but all the bigger snows pushed on well. East of us now zero tonight and that is warm compared to where we're headed four above Tuesday twenty below Tuesday night twenty four below Wednesday night and a high Wednesday of only thirteen below from the Weather Channel. I'm Scott Moore WLS AM eight ninety with another update thirty minutes. Apertures already dropping we have nineteen degrees now at O'Hare and twenty two at the lakefront this hour sponsored by indeed dot com. Indeed used by over three million businesses for hiring for business owners and HR professionals can post job openings with screener questions, then sort review and communicate with candidates from an online dashboard. Learn more at indeed dot com slash fire. The snow is over because temperatures are moving in mayor Rahm Emanuel met with department heads at the office of emergency management and communications today, and he urged the public to be prepared for Nick gale with more with temperatures expected to drop tomorrow and again Wednesday. The mayor says as the bitter temps move in. This would be to L highs level throughout the whole week. Getting with the weather increments, making sure that the people city Chicago that their safety and their security is our number one priority. In every neighborhood throughout the city of Chicago. CPS CEO Janice Jackson says she will not hesitate to cancel classes. We will continue to track and monitor the forecast for Wednesday closely CPS will announce by noon, Tuesday, if classes will be in session for Wednesday and Thursday, the national weather service says the forecast high of minus fourteen on Wednesday could beat the record coldest tie minus eleven and that means wind chills on Wednesday could be in the.
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"Much has been going on for the last two years. We have massive tiffs being discussed with finance with zone. Owning we need to put a brake on a whole lot of things and take a really close look at what's been going on in this building. And it's probably tips are diversions of tax money to special development projects that sometimes as alderman's Elise. Who is retiring has not been charged with wrongdoing Burke is already facing charges of attempted extortion, and is expected to be indicted in the coming months, another democrat is exploring a run for the White House in northwest, Indiana. The mayor of something people to judge says he has formed an exploratory committee for the twenty twenty democratic presidential bid case. Here is simple that it's time for a new generation of leadership in our country, and that we can't nibble around the edges of a broken system that there is no going back that there is no again in the real world Buddha. Judge is a Rhodes scholar and navy reserve Lieutenant who served in Afghanistan, he is openly gay and was elected mayor of south bend in twenty eleven and was reelected in two thousand fifteen with eighty percent of the vote. He is touting his work to revitalize southbound as he prepares for a jump from local politics to a presidential campaign. Andrew Chicago, judge says she's happy to hear that a woman dubbed a serial stowaway for repeatedly sneaking onto commercial flights is doing so well at the facility where she's being housed while awaiting trial, Nick gale with that sometimes reports at the Cook County judge made the comments during a status hearing Tuesday for Maryland Hartman, while awaiting trial on felony trespass in Berkeley. Charges. She must wear a GPS tracker and must stay away from airports train stations and bus stations. Hartman sneaked onto planes half a dozen times and has been caught inside a near airports. Dozens more. She was arrested last year after sneaking onto a flight from Chicago to London Nick gale, WLS AM. Eight ninety new latest on the roads Edens to and from lake cook at twenty minute.
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"Nick gale with more police say the man was driving an unmarked vehicle around six o'clock Monday night, when he was shot by someone in the area resident called nine one one and help the postal worker who later was taken to a hospital. Witnesses say they saw dark-colored SUV leaving the area right after the shooting. US postal service. Inspectors are helping local police in their investigation of the shooting Nick gale WLS AM eight ninety nine update on the postal workers condition in arrests have been made as we start a new year. The Chicago police department says gun violence dropped in the city last year. Are John Dempsey has more. Chicago police say overall there were five hundred fifty murders in two thousand eighteen one hundred fewer than in two thousand seventeen police say overall crime is down ten percent since two thousand sixteen when Chicago had its highest murder rate in two decades. The police department also says overall shootings fell fourteen percent compared to twenty seventeen and have dropped thirty two percent since two thousand nine. Sixteen. Police also seized almost ten thousand guns in two thousand eighteen John Dempsey WLS AM eight nine hundred a northwest Indiana scrap metal dealer, convicted of demolishing a historic railroad bridge and selling the metal is seeking a new trial. Kenneth Morrison's defense attorney says that federal prosecutors did not meet their burden of proving that he illegally scrapped the century-old bridge. The post Tribune reports the court filing asks a federal judge to quit Morrison and order a new trial. The whiting man was convicted in December of interstate transportation of stolen goods for allegedly demolishing the unused bridge near downtown Hammond and selling the metal to Illinois scrap yards for eighteen thousand dollars Morrison's lawyer says prosecutors failed to document whether Hammond had clear ownership of that bridge new in two thousand nine hundred nine federal laws now require hospitals to be more transparent about the cost of healthcare hospitals, must Dallas standard prices online and make electric medical records. More readily available to patients it's part of Medicare changes to. Encourage better educated decision making the head of the centers for Medicare and Medicaid services. Seema Verma's says hospitals have this information, and they're just asking them to post what they already have online, but the listed standard rates won't reflect what insurers in government programs bay meeting. Patients will still have to consult with insurance companies about hospitalization costs. I'm Joe Ramsey. Taking a look at the roads right now outbound.
Trial begins for cops accused of lying about teen's death
"Given today in the trial of three Chicago police officers that prosecutors say violated public trust by trying to cover up for Jason Van Dyke. The officer who has been convicted for murder in the shooting death of quantum McDonald are Nick gale with more attorneys, presented opening statements in the trial of David March Joseph Walsh Thomas Gaffney who are charged with felony conspiracy misconduct in obstruction of Justice. Prosecutors say they falsified reports to protect Jason Van Dyke but marches attorney James McKay says his client was doing his job taking statements, not making statements. Dave March is not a judge in a jury. He cannot critique. The substance what he's being told he's over horror. Ports. What the witness told him? He doesn't believe it. He's duty-bound to write down what that witness told him. The three officers have opted for a bench trial. Van Dyke is still awaiting
Confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Kavanaugh to begin Sept. 4
"Charged in the fatal shooting of a fifteen year old Khadijah Pendleton are Nick gale has more honor student idea Pendleton, was with friends at a just a mile from President. Obama's home here, in Chicago when she was shot. In January twenty thirty just days after she performed with her high school band at Obama's inaugural festivities or death garnered national. Attention as well as tension from the president and first lady Michelle, Obama who, attended Pendleton funeral Michael ward and Kenneth Williams are accused of opening fire on the group of friends who they. Mistook for rival gang, members according to police
Chicago residents accuse cops of planting "bait trucks" to lure thieves
"Well. No one really knows there is a new flap over, city hall over something called bait trucks to find out. What they are and what the controversy is, all about here's our Bill. Cameron they trucks are trucks filled. With virtually, is, and. Place on the open as a lure to trap thieves one was placed in, Inglewood not far from the Norfolk Southern railroad yards or been breaking it a freight containers black leaders are saying it's entrapping. Poor people but not everybody is critical listen to former cop and firefighter. Now alderman Anthony Napolitano if you're using a beat. Bay truck and you put a truck out there you're not gonna get John to citizen that. On his way to work on his way to. School runways play the park, that's going to open up the truck and feel something. Out of it you're gonna. Get the career criminal in the, career criminal is the reason why the crime. Rate is astronomical in the city of Chicago right now now you might expect former police. Superintendent now candidates remember Gary McCarthy to agree but his campaign says he has no No comment on,
Durbin calls on Nielsen to resign
"Include taxes and fees a, jury has been selected opening statements have, wrapped up and the first witness testifying in the, Virginia criminal, trial of President Trump's former campaign, chair Paul Manafort more on the trial from. Corespondent Jessica Sanchez manafort's Virginia case centers around his passed. Lobbying work for the pro Putin Ukrainian government for which prosecutors say he received sixty million dollars the, government alleges Manafort hid, millions and failed to pay taxes while still spending the money on real estate and luxury purchases including homes in Manhattan Virginia in the Hamptons expensive suits. And baseball tickets and prosecutors will present hundreds of emails, photos and. Financial records to. Prove it manafort's pleaded not guilty to numerous counts of Bank and tax fraud and failure. To file reports on foreign financial accounts Facebook says it's uncovered and shutdown Thirty two accounts, because they were involved. In sophisticated efforts to influence u. s. politics on its platforms. Correspondent drew Griffin says the. Accounts use the same strategy as those that attempted to influence the two thousand sixteen election they're. Not sure Facebook believes. It could be Russians it's typical of the behavior that, they saw around the two thousand sixteen elections setting up fake sites getting real Americans to like follow these pages then sending out disinflation to encourage division in America a Facebook official says the company privately briefed house and Senate lawmakers about this this week in, the family border separation, story are Bill Cameron says Senator Durbin in the Senate Judiciary committee today called on the homeland security secretary to resign demand that. Will be ignored but Durbin said family separations have become so extreme border guards are calling them deleted family units in. The name of these deleted fam- Units seven hundred and eleven lost children and common decency I am today calling on the architect of this humanitarian disaster department of homeland. Security secretary Kirsten, Nielsen to step down someone someone in this administration has to accept responsibility we can have border security. Without bullying we could be safe without treating toddlers. Is terrorist the other side says zero tolerance at the border was well intentioned but has had some unintended consequences Bill Cameron WLS AM eight and, emotion to request a judge in the murder trial. Of Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke has been denied are Nick gale with. That store presiding judge of Cook County criminal court denied. The change, of judge request which means current judge Vincent gone will hear a change of venue motion on Friday attorneys for Van, Dyke want, the case tried outside of Cook County because of all the media coverage here also in court members of the media are Arguing that. Several sealed documents should be, accessible after. The state supreme court ordered so, back in may judge gone ruled that some, but not all of those documents will remain sealed. As include grand jury testimony van Dyke's charged with first degree murder after he shot, teenager Liqun McDonald's sixteen times back in, twenty four team Van Dyke split not guilty. Saying he pulled the trigger in self defense as McDonald was wielding a knife the trial. Has been set for, September fifth Nick gale w eight nine WLS, news time four zero five on. The roads.
Illinois officer shoots, wounds armed suspect at high school
"Dot com today licensed in all fifty states equal housing lender and mls number thirty thirty following this developing story out of dixon high school which is about two hours west of chicago all of dixon public schools now placed on lockdown after shots were fired this morning inside of the high school the dickson city manager says in a release that a male suspect shot at police officer inside of the school around eight this morning the officer returned fire hit the suspect the suspects injuries believed to be non life threatening he is in custody no one else was hurt during the shooting donald trump junior telling the senate judiciary committee that he could not remember whether he had discussed the russia investigation with his father that's according to transcripts of his interview with the panel last year the committee today releasing more than eighteen hundred pages of transcripts of interviews with trump's son and others who met with a russian attorney at trump tower ahead of the two thousand sixteen election white house spokeswoman sarah huckabee sanders saying the trump administration is still hopeful that plan summit with north korea will take place sanders said today that threats from the north is scrapped the meeting were and had been expected wls news time nine thirty one edens kennedy thirty eight oh here to downtown twentyseven out the dan ryan thirty one hundred fifty downtown fourteen out thirty five on the wolf to the post office out eighteen stevenson an hour to try to the drive out twenty four tristate's o k next traffic update in about fifteen minutes for chris plante on the way next news update at ten o'clock i'm nick gale wls am eight nine news no one day day.
Report: CBS was warned about Charlie Rose sexual misconduct
"The city overnight and the suburbs was caused by microbursts the one in the city was on the south side are nick gale has more the national weather service confirmed thursday that a microburst caused damage to roofs on the city's south side national weather service meteorologist todd kluber says a microburst is when the core of the storm hits the ground quickly the difference between a microburst tornado that the microbursts always had straight line wind was we called our wins at are across the area are all in one direction what causes the tornado form is much much smaller scale around the tornado and usually see signs of turkey so there there is a noticeable difference when damage damaged straight line wind versus a tornado damage besides the damaged roofs some awoke to find down trees luckily there were no injuries out in the suburbs there was reports of large hail nick gale wls am eight ninety news more than two dozen additional women have come forward with sexual misconduct allegations against former cbs news anchor charlie rose in the washington post says managers were alerted about his questionable behavior on at least three occasions rose was fired as cbs this morning anchor and his pbs interview show canceled after the post reported in november about women who said rose groped them made lewd remarks or walked around naked in their presence in a story published today the post says it found twentyseven more women who said rose harassed them cbs news is top managers have said they were unaware of rose's behavior until last november and are working to create a safe environment the post says rose told the newspaper that story was inaccurate and unfair wls traffic at three thirty four edens out to lake cook seventeen minutes inbound from lake cook to the junction thirty earlier at police activity on the outbound side of kennedy of montrose has been cleared but it's about an hour just to get to the junction because of that if you're traveling out to o'hare that's up to an hour sixteen inbound from o'hare to downtown one hour junction in thirty eisenhower out to walt that's fifty five to thorndale and our eight inbound from.
Man charged with killing 4 in arson fire dies while in jail awaiting trial
"Ears countless victims have waited for justice among those who help keep the case alive was a former oak park resident shell mcnamara graduate of oak park river forest high school was working on a book about the golden state killer when she died in her sleep two years ago her husband pat nas walt sell that the book was finished and it was released last month hud secretary dr ben carson wants to raise the rents on people who are getting rent subsidies from the federal government bill cameron says housing advocate and cook county board president toni preckwinkle is frowning about it logo is a big backer of runs subsidies for the war and she says raising rents is the last thing we should be doing more discouraging news from washington i don't want to say yeah we're real shortage of affordable housing in this country and it's it's getting worse not better so the idea that you should ask people to pay more out of pocket people worry at the margins in our society i think is meanspirited and counterproductive right now most pay about thirty percent of their income to rent the proposal would raise it to thirty five percent for the poorest writers though they're minimum would triple from fifty bucks a month up to one hundred fifty dollars a month at city hall bill cameron wls am dotty news authorities say a man has died in custody while awaiting trial on murder charges in two thousand sixteen chicago apartment building fire that killed three children and an adult are nick gale has more eighty three year old reginald hester has been terminally ill and died at a hospital tuesday night hester faced four counts of first degree murder among other charges in connection with the blaze prosecutors have said hester started the fire because he was angry after he gave a woman ten dollars for sex and then she backed out of the deal the fire killed three children ages three months four and seven along with a fifty six year old man firefighters could not get inside of the building because of intense flames and heavy smoke some residents were trapped in their apartments nick gale wls am eight ninety news wls news time four oh four and look at.
Fake weed leaves two dead, 54 with severe bleeding
"The death of a second person as a result of smoking synthetic pot are nick gale has more the illinois department of public health says the individual experienced severe bleeding after using synthetic cannabinoid often called spice k two or simply fake we'd to date has reported fifty six people including two deaths in the chicago area and central illinois who have experienced severe bleeding from using the synthetic drug all cases have required hospitalization for symptoms like coughing up blood blood in the urine severe bloody noses and bleeding gums nine of the cases have tested positive for a drug found in rat poison id ph continues to investigate to try to identify any common products and determine where they were obtained nick gale wls am ninety news in tweets today president trump is pushing the swift passage of funding for a southern border wall and immigration legislation including the deferred action childhood arrivals program appearing on fox news.
Is Zuckerberg willing to act boldly to fix Facebook crisis?
"Answer the ftc's questions meantime attorney general lisa madigan and thirty six other attorneys general are demanding answers from facebook ceo mark zuckerberg are nick gale with that the letter from mad again and the other attorneys general stems from reports that indicate the data of at least fifty million facebook profiles may have been misused madigan wants to find out if facebook knows what these developers did with the data what type of controls did facebook have over the data given to developers to facebook have protective safeguards in place and how many users in illinois and the thirty six other states were impacted and when did facebook.
6 months after Hurricane Maria, CBS News returns to Puerto Rico
"Governor says that by an acting law that bans most abortions after fifteen weeks of just asian the state is quote saving more of the unborn than any state in america and what better thing can we do republican governor phil bryant made the comments while he signed the law today in a closed ceremony the state's only abortion clinic and one of the doctors who practices there filed a federal lawsuit in jackson an hour after the governor signed that measure into law mayor emanuel and congressman gutierrez will lead a delegation to hurricane ravaged puerto rico on friday bill cameron says there are political overtones lonzo for reelection in eleven months and a relief mission to puerto rico doesn't do his support in chicago's puerto rican community any harm at all the city of big children's well being resources to make sure we will not rest until families and friends in puerto rico not just have power but have other ability to do what they need to move on and get back to work be able to raise their families as well and the qatar is spin in was to compare rahm to roberto clementi at a baseball field dedication a baseball field that it's fitting to the memory and the legacy of roberto clemente but at the same time mary you're fulfilling that legacy by leading a delegation to puerto rico as he did to managua nicaragua where he lost his life at city hall bill cameron wls am eight ninety near a suburban teacher and coach has died after suffering a heart attack or nick gale with that brooke north high school has announced that physical education teacher and coach mark roberto died sunday after suffering a heart attack while on a bike ride sunday afternoon during his time at glennbeck north ribera acted as a coach for the boys water polo wrestling and football teams in a staffy male the principal gb n says that quote ribera was a.