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"palestine police" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:11 min | 2 months ago

"palestine police" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Some species, honey locust, They're turning yellow sugar maples going red or orange. Forest Ecologist Christie Rawlinson at the Morton Arboretum says leaves change color is trees extract nutrients ahead of winter, but there are still aspects experts don't know. In general, we have found correlations between the brightness of the color, particularly red and nitrogen, re absorption from the least. But we're still figuring out all the pieces of the puzzle and then kind of what parts of the weather or the environment driver, she says. A very wet spring, followed by a hot and dry summer may stress out birches and some maples, causing them to lose their leaves early. Morton Arboretum has thousands of tree species across 1700 acres, so colors will be changing there all the time and see Hardy NewsRadio 105.9 FM new research reveals new insight into the formation of clouds, Daniel sit So a professor and head of Purdue University's Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences. Is part of an international team whose research has found that trees and plants play an important role in the formation of cirrus clouds that has implications for agriculture, urban development and climate change. Modeling, the researchers were actually able to create serious like ice clouds in a Purdue laboratory and then analyze the results. Dave Bar set NewsRadio 105.9 FM An accident during a motorcycle safety course has left a Winfield woman dead 66 year old woman was participating in Day two of a three day motorcycle training course at Harper College in Palestine when a single vehicle crash took place. According to a press release from the college. She was taking the three wheel basic writer course on behalf of the Illinois Department of Transportation. The woman was taken to a nearby hospital in Arlington Heights, where she was pronounced dead. Harper College Police Department is now investigating the Accident with support from Palestine police Rachel Pearson NewsRadio 105.9 FM. Get a check of your AC You weather five day forecast and here with bears coach Matt Maggie has to say about yesterday's loss to the Colts. All that coming up. It's 9 30 pretzels. Look what chips Locke. Who's the new guy? Fanta?.

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"palestine police" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

03:15 min | 2 months ago

"palestine police" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"You are code payments. No cellar fees until 2021 not applicable to pay back your transactions. Other fees may apply shop safe with papal 10 10. It's a three people were wounded in an exchange of gunfire and angle would today incident happened about three o'clock a man who was driving in the 5800 block of south Ashland opened fire on two other men who then returned the gun fire. The man of the vehicle was shot in the head. Taken to the University of Chicago Medical Center, initially in critical condition, called the woman is facing felony charges after allegedly pepper spraying a police officer during civil unrest following with Lee shooting of a man that angle would in August 20 year old Taya Washington charged with aggravated battery Washington allegedly pepper sprayed the officer. She was being arrested August 10th. She was taken into custody this past week after detectives reviewed surveillance video. Police say the incident happened during a day of widespread unrest in which hundreds of people looted downtown after a man was shot by police and angle would What Winfield A woman is dead following crash during Ah motorcycle safety course Over the weekend, A 66 year old woman was participating in day two of a three day motorcycle training course at Harper College in Palestine when a single vehicle crash took place. According to a press release from the college. She was taking the three wheel basic rider course on behalf of the Illinois Department of Transportation. The woman was taken to a nearby hospital in Arlington Heights, where she was pronounced dead. Harper College Police Department Now investigating the accident, with support from Palestine police Rachel Pearson NewsRadio 105.9 FM. The Illinois Department of Agriculture has announced the availability of $5 million in business recovery funding for Livestock producers and small meat and poultry plans, suffering interruptions as a result of the pandemic. For the past six months, meat and poultry plants across the country have been impacted by the pandemic. Reduce sails resulted in a slowdown of processing livestock and forced many Illinois farmers to incur additional costs. The new funding opportunity is part of the state's business Interruption grants program. Which leverages Federal cares. Act money to help small businesses statewide. Offset losses incurred by Cove in 19, Dave Marceta, NewsRadio 105.9 FM devotee BBM News Time 10 13. Look what chips lock Who's the new guy? Santa? I think he's looking at me. Pretzels. You got it twisted. He's looking at me. Stop being salty chips. We both got a chance He's coming over. Ladies. Hi. And hello to you back at your handsome Fanta picked beef jerky girl. We're gonna be here a while. J. Foreigner here, CEO of Rocket Mortgage Making The right financial decisions has never been more important. When you turned a rocket mortgage, we can help guide you to those right decisions now.

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"palestine police" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:09 min | 2 months ago

"palestine police" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Read. Thankyou. RBG will take it from here. Yancey Hardy. NEWSRADIO 105.9 FM President Donald Trump plans to nominate a woman to fill the vacancy created by the death of Justice Bater Ginsberg. Chief legal correspondent Jan Crawford, says appeals court Judge Amy Cockney Barrett of Chicago remains the favorite for the job fair is presumptive front runner. Trump interviewed her for the last vacancy. She's a strong religious conservative, a favorite of religious conservatives strongly anti abortion and she had a tough appellate for hearing, but she stood strong with Conservatives like barrettes judicial career began in May of 2017 when President Trump picked her for the seventh U. S Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago, where she now sits 14 more Illinois residents have died from covert 19. The Illinois Department of Public Health today also reported more than 1400 new confirmed cases of Corona virus disease. The deaths include a man in Cook County in his fifties, as well as a man in Cook County in his sixties and as of last night, slightly more than 1400 people in Illinois were reported to be in the hospital with covert 19. Three people, including two teenagers, are now facing charges in connection with the Northwest, suburban beating and robbery. He was standing in a parking lot, and when he refused to hand over his wallet and valuables to a 15 and 16 year old police say, the teens pulled a gun on the man, they say 24 year old Mark Burgo, Stan got out of a black SUV that the teams have been in and all three started beating the victim. It happened last Monday night in the 1400 block of ports of Call Dr in Palestine. Police say the gun was fake. The two teenagers were taken to the Cook County Juvenile Detention Center. Burgo says Bail has been set at $75,000 He's due in court on October 2nd. Jennifer Kipper news radio 105.9 FM. Indiana is top in the nation when it comes to Children adopted from foster care. Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb says that in fiscal year 2019 nearly 2500 Children were adopted through the Indiana Department of Child Services. Last week, the state received nearly $5 million adoption in legal guardianship Incentive award. The funding can be used to enhance the state's child welfare system..

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"palestine police" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

05:15 min | 5 months ago

"palestine police" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Head from CBS Murder charges have now been filed in the weekend shooting death of a seven year old girl on Chicago's Westside. Illinois, environmental officials say today's there is on the healthy maidens Lightfoot as ordered the city to open up splash pools in business. Today, the Dow was up 460 points. Hurriedly clear to partly cloudy temperature reading right now is 84 degrees. CBS News Update. Florida's new Corona virus case Total is more than 6300 Governor Rhonda Center says the median age is getting younger. But he says it's because more people are being tested. That is where the bulk of these positive tests are now coming from, and particularly that 25 to 34 year old H group. I mean, far in a way, it's blowing everybody out in terms of positive test. Meanwhile, Miami Dade County is again closing inside restaurant, dining and other indoor venues because of a spike in case is there As Major League Baseball released its 60 game schedule Monday more players or taking a season pass because of the virus. Chicago Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant will play but he says MLB has to ramp up its test and feels bad. But I try to stay away from my teammates as much as possible. I think if we're gonna want seeing the work, we've got a You know, really do that, And I try to lead by example, out there and wear my mask as much as possible. And You know, by the same time getting baseball work in CBS News Update. I'm Bill Raycom Deputy BBM News Town, 11 32 A Chicago man is now been charged with first degree murder in the shooting death of a seven year old girl over the weekend, investigators say, Reginald Meryl Drove the car to the scene of the shooting. Several people got out and opened fire. Natalia Wallace was struck in the head. Video surveillance help Track down Meryl. Three other suspects are being sought. A black man says a group of white men assaulted him and threatened to get on news after claiming that he and his friends and trespassed on private property in central Indiana VOCs Booker is the local civil rights activist. And a member of the Human Rights Commission. He posted cellphone video on Facebook showing part of the incident, said he called 911 Saturday after the man assaulted him and pinned him to a tree near Bloomington. Law enforcement is investigating or learning Maura about Palestine police officer who passed away over the holiday weekend. Authorities say 49 year old Victor Lopez suffered a medical emergency while in the water of Petite Lake in Lake Villa Friday afternoon and drowned. Was a 21 year veteran of the Palestine police departments and also served in the U. S Army as a military police officer and first lieutenant, a statement from the department says over his lengthy career, Lopez was a school resource officer district to 11 Academy North High School and also received the department's lifesaving award in 2007 after helping rush a suicidal teen it to a hospital. Plans are now being made for a memorial service Andy Day. NewsRadio 105.9 at the Illinois said today was a day of unhealthy air equality for sensitive groups, including people with respiratory problems. But what does that mean? For most of the rest of us say you are in reasonably good health? And you like to run outside those high air pollution levels that the Chicago area is recording now? Will they hurt you? Angela, 10 national senior director for the American Lung Association, says you may have some short term effects. It'll be hard to get that oxygen into yearlong. Start freezing a little bit, you'll start coughing. It's just hard to get that air to go evenly into your lungs and out of the lungs Oxygen because there's ozone in the air, long term effects respiratory problems after the ozone has gone deep into your lungs. After a period of time. Other parts of the body will be affected the heart, the circulatory system and even the brain. Steve Miller News Radio, 105.9 FM Striking nurses at Amita Health, saying Joseph Medical Center in Joliet will look over a new contract proposal more than 700 of it on strikes in Saturday. I negotiated with the nurses says it's unlikely Lee dispute will be resolved in the next day or two long lines outside Illinois, secretary of State Offices on Hot Summer Days are getting some people heated, even overheated, But there may be other options. Social distancing, Illinois secretary of State's facilities have caused long lines with many stuck outside in the heat. But with extended deadlines to October 1st for renewals of driver's licenses, ID cards and vehicle registration, Illinois Secretary of State spokesperson David Drucker says, standing outside in the heat. And be avoided by many, and there's just really no reason that people should wait outside in this weather At this point, I'm Drucker says many services can also be done online. If you have a safe driving record, you can renew your driver's license online..

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"palestine police" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"palestine police" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Late night standoff with police I'm Alison lemons. And here's what's trending this hour numerous arrested after a six hour standoff. A theft investigation Friday lead ice p to an apartment complex and Madison when police confronted some residents outside the apartment building one man ran inside police soon learned that several others were in the apartment, and at least four people were being held inside against their will the state swat team and hostage negotiators responded to the scene. A search warrant was quickly obtained six hours later the suspects did surrender eight people were arrested on various charges in the suspects are being held at mccown jail, pending their court dates two men have been arrested after stealing donations at a south side gas station. Metro police said two men were caught on camera last week at a BP gas station at Southport in Belmont avenue taking donation jar. The owner of the BP said that the jar was chained to the counter and they've had. It sitting there for over twenty years. The donations were for sick children at Riley hospital and to central Indiana police departments are raising money for new canine officers, Madison McGill reports canines cost around fifteen thousand dollars new Palestine police department has a target goal of twenty thousand which includes training. Equipment and veterinary care their canine will be dual trained to track suspects and missing people as well as detector codemax, Madison McGill, Ninety-three, WIBC mobile news, and and lemons on the level on the go, and we're on Twitter at ninety three WIBC and WIBC dot com..

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"palestine police" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"palestine police" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"There was only watch the news. They want someone they can trust. Our job is to cut through the talking points. Martha McCallum we're going to ask the tough questions because there's a lot of conventional wisdom out there that needs to be challenged in what I'm doing is making sure that whatever is developed through the day. People are fully informed from coast to coast. We're twenty four seven news, but really down to the minute. We're going to be fearless tweet w IPC mobile news, all the level. Late night standoff with police I'm Alison women's and here's what's trending this hour numerous arrested after a six hour standoff. A theft investigation Friday lead ISP to an apartment complex, Madison when police confronted some residents outside the apartment building one man ran inside police soon learned that several others were in the apartment, and at least four people were being held inside against their will the state swat team and hostage negotiators responded to the scene. A search warrant was quickly obtained six hours later the suspects did surrender eight people were arrested on various charges and the suspects are being held in the county jail, pending their court dates to men have been arrested after stealing donations at a south side gas station. Metro police said two men were caught on camera last week at a BP gas station at Southport in Belmont avenue. Taking a donation jar. The owner of the BP said that the jar. Was chained to the counter and they've had it sitting there for over twenty years. The donations were for sick children at Riley hospital and to central Indiana police departments are raising money for new canine officers, Madison McGill reports canines cost around fifteen thousand dollars new Palestine police department has target goal of twenty thousand which includes training. Equipment and veterinary care their canine will be dual trained to track suspects and missing people as well as the technology caught codemax Madison McGill Ninety-three WIBC mobile news and Malsin lemons on the level on the go, and we're on Twitter at ninety three WIBC and WIBC dot com..

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"palestine police" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"palestine police" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"And to be honest, brutally honest about every bit of it. We were. WIBC mobile news on the level of Malta. Late night standoff with police I'm Alison women's and here's what's trending this hour numerous arrested after a six hour standoff. A theft investigation Friday lead ISP to an apartment complex, Madison when police confronted some residents outside the apartment building one man ran inside police soon learned that several others were in the apartment, and at least four people were being held inside against their will the state swat team and hostage negotiators respond to the scene. A search warrant was quickly obtained six hours later the suspects did surrender eight people were arrested on various charges in the suspects are being held in a county jail, pending their court dates two men have been arrested after stealing donations at a south side gas station. Metro police said two men were con- camera last week at a BP gas station at Southport in Belmont avenue taking donation jar. The owner of the BP said that the jar was. Chained to the counter and they've had it sitting there for over twenty years. The donations were for sick children at Riley hospital and to central Indiana police departments are raising money for new canine officers, Madison McGill reports canines cost around fifteen thousand dollars new Palestine police department has a target goal of twenty thousand which includes training. Equipment and veterinary care their canine will be dual trained to track suspects and missing people as well as the technology caught eggs, Madison McGill Ninety-three WIBC mobile news and Malsin lemons on the level on the go, and we're on Twitter at ninety three WIBC and WIBC dot com..

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"palestine police" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"palestine police" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"So go to FOX nation dot com today and sign up now for FOX nation opinion done right now Chris Wallace on Fox News channel candidate in question. For me as always what's going to happen. If people SAM's that you're not pushing an agenda, you're not pulling your punches. They're gonna rely on you. It's a commitment to the truth one of the advantages. I think having been in this business a long you're able. WIBC mobile news all the level a month ago. Late night standoff with police I'm Alison lemons. And here's what's trending this hour numerous arrested after a six hour standoff. A theft investigation Friday lead ISP to an apartment complex, Madison when police confronted some residents outside the apartment building one man ran inside police soon learned that several others were in the apartment, and at least four people were being held inside against their will to state swat team and hostage negotiators responded to the scene. A search warrant was quickly obtained six hours later the suspects did surrender eight people were arrested on various charges in the suspects are being held in the county jail, pending coordinates two men have been arrested after a stealing donations at the south side gas station. Metro police said two men were caught on camera last week at a BP gas station at Southport in Belmont avenue. Taking donation. Jar the owner of the BP said that the jar was chained to the counter and they've had it sitting there for over twenty years. The donations were for sick children at Riley hospital and to central Indiana police departments are raising money for new canine officers, Madison McGill reports canines cost around fifteen thousand dollars new Palestine police department has a target goal of twenty thousand which includes training equipment and veterinary care their canine will be dual trained to track suspects and missing people as well as the technology caught IX, Madison McGill Ninety-three WIBC mobile news and mouse and lemons on the level on the go, and we're on Twitter at ninety three WIBC and WIBC dot com..

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"palestine police" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"palestine police" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"And to be honest, brutally honest about every bit of it. We worked endless hours to make sure that when we delivered to you. As fact, it's a fact Shepard Smith on fun. Fox News channel real news. Real honest opinion. W IPC mobile news, all the level of the. Late night standoff with police Twenty-three. What's an overcast here on monument circle? I'm and lemons, and here's what's trending at nine zero three numerous arrested after a six hour standoff. A theft investigation. Friday lead ISP in tune apartment complex in Madison on police confronted some residents outside the apartment building one man ran inside police soon learned that several others were in the apartment, and at least four people were being held inside against their will the state swat team in hostage negotiators responded to the scene. A search warrant was quickly obtained six hours later the suspects did surrender eight people were arrested on various charges in the suspects are being held in a county jail, pending their court dates to men have been arrested after stealing a donation at a south side gas station. Metro police said the two men were caught on camera last week at a BP gas station at Southport and Belmont avenue. Taking a donation jar. The owner of the jar was chain that to the counter and has sat there for over twenty years. The donations were for sick children at Riley hospital into central Indiana police departments raising money for new canine officers, Madison McGill canines cost around fifteen thousand dollars new Palestine police department has a target goal of twenty thousand which includes training equipment and veterinary care their canine will be dual trained to track suspects and missing people as well as the technology caught X four vote police department had a canine in two thousand twelve that has since retired. Now, they're looking to reintroduce the program. Each department has received one thousand dollars from the Hoosier kennel club. So far, Madison McGill Ninety-three WIBC mobile news..

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"palestine police" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"palestine police" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Driving drunk and crashing into a CVS pharmacy on Friday night and Zion is behind bars on one million dollars bail Fifty-seven-year-old. Nina Allen is charged with aggravated DUI assaulting a police officer criminal damage to property and traffic violations. Police were called about possibly intoxicated woman weaving between lanes on Sheridan road officers thought her stopped in a CBS parking lot when she refused to get out of the car. She rubbed her engine hit the gas route. The squad car several times drove over the curb and into the store wall and other times police say she was already due to report to canola county jail. The next day to serve eighty days for a previous drunk driving conviction. Lisa fielding, NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. A developer in Milwaukee wants to build a different kind of high rise WBZ B, rob heart has more steel construction may the skyscraper possible in the eighteen eighties. But now a developer in Milwaukee wants to build a twenty one story high rise apartment building out of wood Newland enterprises wants to build the complex have laminated timber which layers would together to create buildings frame. Wisconsin public radio reports, the construction alternative is increasingly attractive to some developers who view mass timber buildings as more environmentally friendly and aesthetically pleasing, then concrete and steel structures. Mass timber projects have gotten taller across the world over the past five years and eighteen story. Laminated timber building is on the campus of the. University of British Columbia, rob heart, NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. A police officer in a northwest suburb who's in hospice care is leaving his job in high style. The the daily herald reports the Palestine police department honored forty eight year old officer Mark dalom today with a special retirement ceremony at journey care in Barrington Dahlem received a retirement plaque for his service from one thousand nine hundred five to twenty one thousand nine hundred as part of the ceremony in his room in December two thousand seventeen learned he had GIO blasts. Doma multiform e an aggressive form of brain cancer. Dahlan's wife Kimberly says Palatine officers have been at journey care twenty four hours a day since Dahlem entered the facility on January eighteenth. Former Chicago state university official has settled her suit with the university of Illinois at Chicago after she was accused by UIC of plagiarism. The sun times reports former CSU provost Angela Henderson who aren't a PHD at UIC filed the lawsuit after being cleared of the plagiarism allegations by an independent hearing officer Henderson received nearly seven hundred thousand dollars from you. I see in the settlement botched handling of the case led to a high ranking UIC officials stepping down from his administration position weeks after Henderson's lawsuit was filed coming up the Accu weather forecast..

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"palestine police" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"palestine police" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"WBZ am a twenty year old man is dead. Cook County sheriff's police are investigating following the shooting in Palestine police say shots were fired at the Silverlake apartments on Norway lane late in the afternoon yesterday, so far no one in custody. Police saying little else about that shooting. So far this weekend street volunteers, Chicago has been minimal some might attributed to the cold weather. Police say there's been one death it happened earlier city morning in the south short hood police say there have been no other shootings reported since then police Zion suspect alcohol was involved with a woman. Drove her SUV through a solid wall at a CVS store. Ben abbot last night this fan saw Evans spoke to CVS to mazing that nobody got hurt in the store because she drove in thirty five feet through several aisles. So it's just. Good thing. Nobody at her police say the woman was pulled over, but she refused to leave her vehicle and Rev her engine when officers moved away from the car. She rammed a squad car about eight or nine times, hop curb and crashed through the wall. She's doing court today Everson police are looking for a twenty four year old Northwestern University student missing for nearly a week. Now, he was last seen at the Washington and Wabash. The station mid day this past Tuesday. Gabriel corona lives off campus. He said six foot tall two hundred pounds last seen wearing a black jacket. He's from Rangel. We say they do not suspect foul play. Some are wondering why we have to have extreme weather to make us think about what to do with the city's homeless Dworkin the director of policy for the Chicago coalition for the homeless says it's frustrating seeing what you could call seasonal sympathy for the homeless. Absolutely. Because if the kind of outpouring of support and political will that we had in the last few days was there the rest of the year. We would have already solved this problem we propose a solution would permanently end homelessness in Chicago in blocking the coalition has proposed raising the cities real estate transfer tax on properties over a million dollars, which Dworkin says would generate one hundred fifty million dollars a year for permanent subsidized housing with intensive support services. Mike Crausser NewsRadio on one point nine FM. Certainly a change in the forecast. We'll check that next with accurate. There's meteorologists WBZ news time nine thirty..

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"palestine police" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"palestine police" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Chicago smart speaker users just say play WGN radio on tune in middle after eleven o'clock, but he's very patient. Here's Dave Schwan. And we have partly cloudy skies Twenty-nine at O'Hare, the strike by the Chicago teachers at a Cerro. Charter schools is suspended as a tentative agreement was reached in talks overnight. Chris Giovanni us with the Chicago. Teachers union says the agreement is on its way to teachers for a vote that document won't be too narrow rank and file numbers. They will review. It. We expected vote. In the next several week. We'll have more information on the agreement later today after a one PM news conference in rally salaries and class sizes were the big stumbling blocks the strike began last Tuesday, and it was the first charter schools strike in the country. Two people are dead. A Palestine police officer hurt in an incident early this morning or from WGN's Ryan burrow, Palatine police were responding to a report of a murderer at an apartment complex in the three hundred block of north Brockway downtown Palatine authorities say well questioning people at the scene. Someone intentionally drove at an officer and a grassy area the officer and a resident were hurt their conditions. Not immediately known police opened fire on the driver fatally shooting that person continuing the investigation at the apartment, they found dead woman inside of a residence state police in the Cook County major cases assistance team or at the scene in Palatine. Ryan burrow, WGN news era in mobilising, snowfalls, AC roads and power outages. Plaguing North Carolina at this hour already some areas have seen more. Than a foot of snow, and sleet, and we still have hours and inches of snow and ice yet to come. That's North Carolina. Governor ROY Cooper speaking at a news conference in Raleigh. Several southern states. Declared emergencies ahead of the storm North Carolina and Virginia have been hit the hardest. President Trump will be breaking in a new chief of staff in the new year. He announced retired Marine Corps. General John Kelly use had the job for the last year and a half is leaving at the end of December. Trump said yesterday Kelly's departures bit expected for months amid reports that his role in the White House has diminished over time police in Chicago are warning residents on the north side about a string of robberies in the last week three break ins have occurred within blocks of each other on Richmond street in the Peterson park in west Rogers park areas all taking place.

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"palestine police" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"palestine police" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Palatine police. Officer shoots a driver allegedly charged shoot him during a murder investigation early this morning. The story from WBZ M's Nancy hardy, the driver came at officers investigating a call just before two AM of a possible murder near Brockway and terrorist drive. That's according to Palestine police, they say before the car hit an officer and a resident the officer fired. Several shots hitting the driver who was pronounced dead at the scene. Police found a dead woman during a subsequent search of the apartment building there. A believe she and the driver are related police haven't released the condition of the officer or the resident chest that they were taken to the hospital. The Cook County major case assistance team is helping with the investigation. Antsy hardy NewsRadio on what? Oh, five point nine FM developing right, now, Chicago firefighter is you're on the scene of a two alarm fire at a mattress factory in west. Garfield park crews were I called the fire and the forty four hundred block of west Ohio around seven forty five this morning. The building was evacuated before the fire was upgraded to a second alarm in one tweet. The fire department says water was on the fire both from a sprinkler system inside the building and from firefighters trying to combat the flames in another tweet officials said they were working to ventilate the building the other developing story this morning. The Acero charter school strike is over the Chicago. Teachers union says negotiators reached a tentative contract agreement with the Acero network of charter schools. There will be a news conference this afternoon at teacher's union headquarters in the west side. The teachers strike since Tuesday, they will return to the classroom tomorrow in the western suburbs. While one strike ends. Another continues striking members of the Geneva Education Association will March head of today's bargaining session with Geneva school district two oh four. The March starts at two o'clock this afternoon at Geneva highschool it'll end an hour later at the cultural educational center to Jesuit priests with ties to Chicago on the list of priests with credible sex abuse allegations against them. The list was published Friday and includes forty two priests name by the Jesuits US central and southern province based in Saint Louis Tribune reports most on Lester dad, others are no longer. Jesuits one allegation. Dating to the nineteen sixties was made against the Reverend James Condon who was a teacher at Saint Ignatius college prep for twenty four years. The other is Bernard p Naf who was removed from the ministry in two thousand three by the Chicago province now known as the mid west.

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"palestine police" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"palestine police" Discussed on KTRH

"Golf but, Disney's. Felton at the National. Hurricane Center says something is brewing right now off the coast. Of Africa a could quickly develop over Labor Day weekend we've got. Three more months of the hurricane season to go on September is typically the most active months, we will be seeing some. Storms forming so if you haven't got your hurricane plan. In place that would be a good time to do it and both Ike and read a. Worse at storms felt can points out that, leashes, struck the Texas coast. During a season which had just a handful of named. Storms because just because we. Had haven't had any. Doesn't mean we won't a mysterious woman who was spotted ringing a doorbell in the middle of, the night last week Has been found now Montgomery County deputy sheriffs. Will not release the thirty two. Year old woman's identity because she says. She they. Say she's a victim of domestic violence deputies conducting. A welfare check when they found. The woman's boyfriend dead from a self. Inflicted gunshot neighbors say the two moved into a home in the, sunrise ranch subdivision several months ago the woman now has been safely returned to her family in Dallas the, police chief and Santa Fe stepping down and. Be concerns apparently over his leadership chief Jeffrey Powell retiring you spent twenty three years with a Palestine police. Department before he was hired by Santa. Fe in two thousand sixteen city officials not commenting on, the decision but Powell received low marks in a. Performance review in the months after hurricane Harvey he was also in charge of the department during the mass shooting at the high school last spring where ten people died it is now eight oh three the State Department reportedly denying passports to some US citizens even if they had them in the past and served in the military Now the state but harm is says a, number of people who claim they were born at hospitals along the, southern border in Texas are fraudulent, and they're cracking down President Trump says White House, counsel Don Mcgann is. A really good guy after tweeting Wednesday morning that began would be leaving this fall the president denied that the departure has anything to do with a special, counsel's Russia probe adding he gave Mcgann permission to testify to molar Mcgann Riley credited. With spearheading the president's rapid appointment of judges to the federal bench now we go to the Michael berry show our next. Update will be at. Eight thirty. And has always breaking information as it happens I'm Chevra. Fryer on Houston's news weather and traffic station NewsRadio seven forty KTAR h.

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"palestine police" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"palestine police" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Street in the community instead please rikio says he's all for a march against violence but doing it on the dan ryan would pull something like two hundred officers from the very communities where the violence is i think it goes really contrary to what he's trying to accomplish we don't wanna pull police officers out of the community to scored a march down the dan ryan expressway let's keep them march in the community let them march through the neighborhoods show the residents of those neighborhoods how much support they have for stopping the violence not on the dan ryan expressway people use ed expressway for business they use that expressway for recreation for emergency vehicles coming going from hospitals visiting family this is going to cause a major tie that expressway for a very long period of time gut rakia says so far father mike has not been receptive to moving his march from the dan ryan at city hall bill cameron douglas ama ninety news police officer tells you to pull over its most likely for a traffic infraction mandate is always better to pull over the not twenty six year old tony white should have done that although for him the ends might have been the same he ran instead and the palestine police officer eventually got him to stop and that is when the dalton resident admitted freely that he was a gang member and that is also when police found the glock in his car while with a high capacity magazine attached his bond set at twenty thousand dollars after a four year hiatus the original rainbow cone is returning.

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"palestine police" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"palestine police" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"John batchelor this is the john batchelor show bruce hoffman's new book is anonymous soldiers the struggle for israel nineteen seventeen thousand nineteen forty seven it's especially informed by records from the british mandate from the c i d the criminal investigation division and december of thirtyseven a man sir charles taggart arrives to take control of the palestine police force which is always undermanned he remakes the c i d department because it has been very very difficult to counterattack with poor intelligence and poor operatives and he built something called the tiger for what are those bruce and how are they used still in existence today and if you visit israel and parts of palestine you can see that basically they were meant to be all encompassing police barracks where the police could easily defend themselves if they were attacked but also could use that as a base to project force to go out on patrol and attempt to pacify the country so it was a means to compensate for the lack of manpower by situating these t guard fortresses basically at all the key points of communication throughout what was then palestine in other words vital crossroads next to important bridges you know next on the outskirts of cities to sort of prevent marauders troublemakers from entering the city and as i said even to this day there used by the israeli national police and they're are also used by the palestinian police forces so there there's there's there's still in use almost a century later the man who's running who's in charge of the british mandate is watch oh how do you say his name walkout he's recalled in march of nineteen thirty eight because he seen as too easy or too an exact or he's supervised this arab revolt inadequately for everyone and a new man arrived sir harold mcmichael whom we should now have the orchestra come up with villain music he's seen as aloof arrogant petty and he immediately is understood swinging everything toward the arabs why what was what what did what did he believe favoring the arabs would do for the conflict.

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"palestine police" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"palestine police" Discussed on WTMA

"Upright africa dot com upright africa dot com i'm john batchelor this is the john batchelor show bruce hoffman's new book is anonymous soldiers the struggle for israel nineteen seventeen is nine hundred forty seven it's especially informed by records from the british mandate from the c i d the criminal investigation division and in december of thirtyseven a man sir charles taggart arrives take control of the palestine police force which is always undermanned he remakes the c i d department because it has been very very difficult to counterattack with poor intelligence and poor operatives any build something called the taggart for what are those bruce and how how are they used still in existence today and if you visit israel and parts of palestine you can see that basically they were meant to be all encompassing police barracks where the police could easily defend themselves if they were attacked but also could use that as a base to project force to go out on patrol and attempt to pacify the country so it was a means to compensate for the lack of manpower by situating these teague art fortresses basically at all the key points of communication throughout what was then palestine in other words vital crossroads next to important bridges you know next on the outskirts of cities to sort of prevent marauders are troublemakers from entering the city and as i said even to this day there used by the israeli national police and they're also used by the palestinian police forces so there there's there's there's still in use almost a century later the man who's running who's in charge of the british mandate is watch how you say his name walkup walk he's recalled in march one thousand nine hundred thirty eight because he's seen as too easy or too an exact or he's supervised this arab revolt inadequately for everyone and a new man arrived sir harold mcmichael whom we should now have the the orchestra come up with villain music he's seen as aloof arrogant petty and he immediately is understood as swinging everything toward.

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