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"park forest" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

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02:44 min | Last month

"park forest" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Both the North and the South Bound side. You're looking pretty good in Gray's Lake. The intersection of Midlothian and Peterson is heavy all because of a crash in the intersection. Next traffic report at 9 38 news radio 7 81 5.5 Sunshine Today few fluffy clouds here and there, but more son. The clouds for sure. High today of about 86 a little cooler near the lakefront 79 74 lakefront going up to 86 today Headlines in 30 seconds when these famous four for four is heating up with a new, spicy, crispy chicken sandwich, the queen of spices delivering that spicy chicken you love with lettuce and mayo between two deliciously soft buns. And yes, in classic for for for fashion, you could get all that spicy goodness would spicy or crispy nuggets, fries and a drink to cool off all for just four bucks? Is it getting hot in here? Or did Wendy's just deliver the hottest deal in fast food? We got offer includes four piece nuggets junior frying value during Price participation, Mayberry. This is Chicago's All news radio, 78 and one. Opie 10.9 w BBM news radio dot com. It is 9 30 on this Thursday, the 13th of August. Good morning. Thanks for joining us. I'm Pat Cassidy. These are the top stories on NewsRadio. Wcbm. No lights. No A C no fridge. That's the reality for more than 100,000 comrade customers still waiting for their power to return after Monday's storms. Agression. Negotiations stall. Millions of Americans wait for pandemic Help A local university will test all students and employees on campus. Recoba, 19. On a Florida sheriff issues. A mask ban for his deputies began business. The Dow is down 48. The SNP up to NASDAQ up 83 points Now today of about 86 with lots of sunshine 79 now 86 today NEWS time, 9 31 The National Weather Service is Up the total of twisters. Number of twisters contained in the storm system that blew through the area Monday afternoon, adding four more for a total of 11. Update this morning from WGBH comes Bernie to FOIA. The latest tornadoes to be added to the National Weather Service list happened in Park Forest, Yorkville, Ottawa and Grand Park in Kankakee County, One in Yorkville went for more than 14 miles with the most significant damage being mangled trees. Destroyed farm building in a large grain bent bent wins for the latest tornadoes ranged from 80 to 105 miles an hour. Meanwhile, Com Ed Cruise, along with help from utility workers from the east coast, are continuing efforts to restore electricity. Tens of thousands of homes and businesses remain without power comment says most should have it back.

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"park forest" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:02 min | 3 months ago

"park forest" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And I. fifty five seeing some delays between arsenal and Blodgett again for that long term road construction and on the outbound Dan Ryan seeing delays between seventy fifth and ninety fifth the forecast now from the WGN Chicago weather center his mechanic partly to mostly cloudy on the Saturday warm and very humid a few widely scattered thunderstorms most numerous over the southern metro area those storms coverage only about thirty to forty percent look for a high of eighty eight degrees cooler lakeside tonight scattered evening showers and storms and otherwise partly cloudy low sixty five for tomorrow partly sunny lower humidity north and in the city the cry of eighty five degrees with thunderstorms likely on Sunday night on Monday we turn up the heat partly sunny hot and humid scattered storms high ninety five Tuesday partly sunny hot and humid with scattered storms I ninety five in on Wednesday a new hot humid chance of storms the high of ninety four from the WGN weather center I'm Mike hammer Nick the first weekend of phase four that means re opening of health and fitness centers movies live theatre museums and zoos as well as indoor dining at restaurants with social distancing guidelines the Illinois department public health also releasing information on coping nineteen tied to long a long term care facilities in Illinois WGN seem Sears has more in all twenty two thousand one hundred seventy confirms covert nineteen cases can be tied to long term care facilities with three thousand seven hundred seventy two deaths the data shows outbreaks have occurred at six hundred three of long term care facilities in forty five counties of those five hundred forty seven facility seven active outbreak Ludeman developmental center in park forest has the most cases three hundred thirty one nails nursing and rehab center and a villa at Windsor park each report the most deaths at forty five James Sears WGN news president trump has decided to stay at the White House this weekend rather than go as planned to his New Jersey golf resort no official reason was given for the change in plans this as an adviser to the president announced he's.

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"park forest" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:46 min | 5 months ago

"park forest" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"As far as Mr engines concerned essential train service only as well as the buses traffic and transit every ten minutes on the ones and breaking traffic alerts whenever they happen I'm bill powers on ten ten wins good day to put on a mask and get out there this is a great accu weather forecast and an early start for pedestrian only streets in the city a lot of new Yorkers maybe social distancing in the sun today the city's open streets initiative begins this morning instead of the originally scheduled Monday city officials put out the word last night announcing them program earlier in the day blase said seven miles of streets will open to pedestrians in hopes of easing crowding in letting people get outside well keeping the data four point five miles are inside parks the areas that will now be devoted to pedestrians bicyclists four point five miles and that's made up of Callahan Kelley park Forest Hill park fort trying park flushing meadows park Grant Park and Silver Lake park designers visiting community health center in Brooklyn this morning not expected to take questions from reporters the ten ten wins will bring you any comments he makes we're still waiting for word on the time for governor Cuomo's daily briefing and of course we'll bring you that live when it happens and this is the kind of day that will be just calling you outside accu weather meteorologist pride like this weekend will certainly be a good opportunity to get some time outside as we do have temperatures are going to get into the seventies today with a fair amount of sunshine today looks to be sunny of the two weekend days tomorrow's gonna be still warm highs getting back into the seventies but maybe a few more clouds around throughout the day thank god they are hill reports you won't be alone in the NYPD will have more than a thousand officers out this week it's supposed to be beautiful this weekend in New York in the seventies they'll be out to enforce social distancing if you don't obey the rules don't expect the cops it is way.

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Supreme Court Pipeline Fight Could Disrupt The Appalachian Trail

Environment: NPR

07:43 min | 7 months ago

Supreme Court Pipeline Fight Could Disrupt The Appalachian Trail

"We're going to spend the next few minutes talking about Supreme Court case and the group that feels caught between the two sides. If it's ever built the Atlantic coast pipeline would run six hundred miles and carry natural gas from West Virginia North Carolina and Virginia. Between Start Finish is a big physical barrier the Blue Ridge mountains and what has become a potential legal barrier the Appalachian trail environmental groups who oppose the pipeline have challenged the legality of a forest service permanent allowing the pipeline to cross the trail. The people who manage the trails say that challenge took them by surprise and they warn the ruling in favor of those environmental groups could up in the trails complicated management structure. Npr's Becky Sullivan explains Do you want to uh. Let's go this way earlier. This month I came out to the spot on the trail where the Atlantic coast pipeline may one day cross. It's about an hour west of Charlottesville right up on a mountain ridge. The George Washington National Forest. The trail is just a dirt footpath winding through trees. That are all bear because it's February from up here you can see out into the valley to the north. I met Andrew Downes a senior regional director for the Appalachian Trail Conservancy. That's the private organization that oversees the day to day management of the trail the coordinates efforts between federal and state agencies and the boots on the groundwork of regional groups and volunteers. So the the orange you think that orange flags are marking this. It's it's about in the right area and I've been out here probably a dozen times as we're walking along the trail. Andrew Downes wants to make one thing clear the Appalachian Trail. Conservancy is not opposed to this pipeline. They don't support it but they also don't oppose that's not to say that there aren't direct impacts from Atlanta 'cause pipeline to the show there are our analysis led us to the conclusion that the scope and range of those impacts did rise to the level requiring opposition for one the pipeline would cross under the trail about seven hundred feet underground it would enter and exit on private land off the national forest. You would see a clear pathway around the pipeline off in the distance and if we were standing in True Wilderness Andrew. Johns says that might be caused for but standing on the trail here. It's not exactly wilderness. We're looking at. The view is already dotted with what he calls impacts houses roads fields all sorts of things cutting through the trees below all the visual impacts that we see for the you know this kind of wilderness experience. The best way to do that is for all those things not to exist in this natural enforced in landscape. But the reality is you know. We're here. The Blue Ridge Parkway here people's homes are here and this is part of the society we live in the Appalachian trail. Conservancy runs on this kind of pragmatism. It's part of the deal when you're coordinating multiple federal and state agencies with the effort of thirty plus regional clubs and thousands of volunteers. The conservancy has been doing this work for almost a century so well before the Appalachian trail was brought under federal management as part of the national trails system in the nineteen sixties. But they were not part of this litigation what happens is is people want to stop a pipeline oftentimes for good reasons and they. WanNa use every tool available To do that. The question before the court centers around who is allowed to grant a permit for pipeline like this on federal land because the pipeline would cross the trail in a national forest the four service granted permits the pipeline company. The Forest Service doesn't have the authority to grant a permit across the National Park and though the trail is managed day today by the Appalachian Trail. Conservancy it is technically a part of the National Park. System Noah Sachs is a professor of environmental law at the University of Richmond. He's been watching this case so if in fact the Appalachian trail is part of the national park system then the Forest Service had no authority to authorize this tunneling underneath it for the Atlantic coast pipeline. That's the argument and environmental group. Used to challenge the Forest Service permit the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals agreed and they revoked the permit. The pipeline company has appealed. So that's really the crux of the issue. That's before the Supreme Court on Monday. The issue of on the ground authority over the Appalachian trail has never been questioned in this way before. Trail officials say this worries them because of the way they manage the trail because it causes so many different kinds of lands federal state parks forest even some privately owned land. The Appalachian trail conservancy has relied on decades of precedent policies and understanding. In order to do its work. It's not that it would all come crashing down tomorrow. But Supreme Court ruling could potentially trigger along bureaucratic process if reexamining and reestablishing many of the policies and procedures that have effectively been in place for more than fifty years and that process could disrupt the trails everyday management needs until her retirement last December Rita. Hennessy was the administrator of the national trail system. That's the office within the park. Service that oversees these types of national trails. The Fourth Circuit's ruling in two thousand eighteen caught her by surprise the fact that it was identifying the Appalachian trail corridor as part of the National Park Service. That's what was most surprising that that's not how we have managed the national trails system for fifty years. And is he told me. She immediately worried about the domino effects when I asked how a Supreme Court decision to uphold might affect the administration of the Appalachian Trail and is he reeled off a series of policies that could be thrown into doubt issues of environmental compliance land-management acquiring lands trail maintenance volunteer use. You get the idea. She'll be watching the arguments Monday with some nervousness because any decision by the Supreme Court could change things for the trail you know having worked with national trails for my whole thirty year career and beyond that it it. It's something that's out there that that is just looming and were not sure how it's going to be decided. The trail conservancy says they are already seen complications. From the case they say the four service recently asked them to put on pause every trail maintenance project they had plans that would take place on national forest land. This summer the forest service declined to comment because of the ongoing litigation. The Southern Environmental Law Center is the Environmental Group leading the litigation in response to trail. Officials concerns attorney. Dj Gherkins says the question before the court is so narrow that it will not affect trail management. No one should worry that the outcome of this case is going to affect the cooperative management that has been part of the Appalachian trails success and should be going forward no matter how the court rules. It's not the end of the road for the Atlantic coast pipeline or for the environmental groups who oppose it. The pipeline company is lobbying Congress for a special permit and Gherkins. Group has won several other challenges to the pipeline. That will still pose obstacles regardless of how this case turns out for the trail. This is the big one Andrew Downes with the Appalachian Trail Conservancy. There are a lot of organizations who are focused on protecting the environment Litigating broad focused environmental issues and I applaud those folks but there's only one organization the whole world that's dedicated solely to the Appalachian trail and we have to make sure that our decision process reflects that that level of Focus. Because if it's not us that speak for the trail and only the trail in no one else will oral arguments for the case. Take place Monday. The court is expected to rule this summer becky Sullivan NPR

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"park forest" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"park forest" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Bernadette mon lives in park forest she had hoped rich east could be safe when you lose your local school I'm gonna cry if I say you lose the heart of your community other residents worry the closing of rich east will mean fewer families in the community and a decline in property values the superintendent of district two twenty seven says freeing up dollars to invest in rich central and rich south will make the district's schools more attractive to families and boost property values WBBM news time two thirty five Joe Biden re ratcheted up his attacks on Elizabeth Warren's credibility yesterday one day after the democratic candidates sparred at their debate CBS news political correspondent ed o'keefe reports on the campaign sudden change or is kind of about time other people get questioned Joe Biden acknowledged today that its newly minted front runner Elizabeth Warren not him who took most of the heat at last night's debate instead of being the candidate taking the hits now he's delivering them specifically blasting this war and comment on foreign policy I think that we ought to get out of the Middle East I hope she didn't mean it in a literal sense because it would it would be I think a disaster for American security Warren later clarified she meant combat troops Biden's on the offensive because he now trails Warren in early primary states and some national polls more than sixty million Americans are in the path of a dangerous nor Easter hitting now and about eight and a half million people could get the worst of it torrential rain powerful gusts meteorologist Jeff Berra deli has details we have one storm in Great Lakes with another storm making its way up the eastern seaboard.

Severe storms cause flooding, over 1,000 flight cancellations

WBBM Programming

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Severe storms cause flooding, over 1,000 flight cancellations

"Extremely heavy rain strong winds and hail were behind reports of damage and flooding across the Chicago area this weekend WBBM news anchor Nick young lives just west of La Salle county and is among those bailing water out of his basement or that were just boiling up out of the southwest and northeast just came in this or what one right up through the area that I'm in now and it's just you would just with one cell after another after another I've never seen anything quite like it where was that the that steady the thunderstorms force the cancellations of hundreds of flights at Chicago's airports among numerous other problems police in park forest reported they responded to eighteen calls of vehicles stuck in the water no one was

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"park forest" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"park forest" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"News update. A lot of questions are being raised following the New York Times report that President Trump. Demanded a top secret security clearance for Jared Kushner, a real estate executive turn top White House adviser CBS news national security contributor, Mike Morrell when the intelligence community has a concern about giving somebody a clearance or not in the White House. And they expressed that concern number one. That's rare that does not happen very often. And number two. I have never seen a president before overturn a concern. So this is abnormal for deputy. Attorney general Sally Yates calls Kushner's clearance, a risk to national security the hill editor and chief Mike cusak. This is another thing that that house. Democrats are going to be able to investigate and use their subpoena power and get to the bottom of is. This report true and was politics really getting in the way of national security CBS news update, I'm Pam Coulter. This portion of the news sponsored by spothero WBZ news time, one thirty two. We're now learning what caused the Amtrak signals system failure that resulted. In major delays from metro trains out of Union Station. Yesterday. Senator Durbin says he hasn't from Amtrak CEO that it was a worker who actually fell onto a circuit board while trying to fix a problem. Amtrak describes it as quote human error in the process of deploying a server upgrade trades were running. Normally this morning in sharp contrast to the two to three hour delays have yesterday. One one suburban police department is starting a campaign to lend a hand to an officer who was wounded three years ago. The park force police department has been hashtag Tim strong since March nineteenth twenty sixteen. That's when then twenty four year old officer, Tim Jones was shot in the line of duty and severely wounded the department says that as the anniversary of that life altering of Ed approaches, the park forest.

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"park forest" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"park forest" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Taxes are always complicated. But this year even more so how will the property tax and state income tax limits effect, make should I take the new higher standard deduction or itemized? No two situations are alight so partner with a CPA a certified public accountant, a CPA has the education and expertise to guide you through tax reform changes and develop a year round financial plan. Visit A S dot org slash find a CPA brought to you by the Illinois CPA society. News time ten eleven Joliet. Man is facing charges for allegedly damaging an inflatable rat set during a labor dispute. The herald news reports forty four year old. Jan pressure is charged with criminal damage to property. Police say they were sent to the sixteen hundred block of Seward road where the display was set up outside the manuka transportation department building reports do not indicate what the dispute was about. A park forest man is in custody in connection with last month's shooting death of a northwest Indiana, high school student eighteen year old Elena Ortiz's Valparaiso Portage high school student was shot and killed January ninth year ridge road and Arbogast street in Griffith detective commander Keith Martin is with Griffith police keys had been shot in the head. She will not necessarily the target the intended target. Investigators say the target was Ortiz's boyfriend because of a drug related debt. Martin says warez Rogers park forest was arrested at a home somewhere in the south suburbs by the FBI, violent crimes task force. And Cook County sheriff's police investigators say Roger's nephew Giovanni Galloway of Gerry was charged last month. Martin says the search continues for other suspects and persons of interest. Jim good us News Radio one zero five point nine F as Chicago apartment building. We're ten children died in a fire last summer will be torn down. The Tribune reports attorneys representing the city and the owner of the property reached an agreement yesterday to tear down the building along the twenty two hundred block of south Sacramento. The nine first cousins and close family friend were having a sleepover in the apartment when the fire started. There were no survivors after the fire the city issued more than forty code violations against the building's owner. We'll get a look at your Accu weather five day forecast. See how the weekends shaping up? Also the latest in sports. WBZ news time ten.

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"park forest" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"park forest" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Blame his policies or the country's economic and humanitarian crisis and want him out. He accuses the US of sending aid only as a political ploy to boost opposition leader one Guido who despite international support still faces stiff resistance at home. Let is CBS correspondent Manuel Bojorquez in Caracas. Venezuela. A depart forest man has been arrested in connection with the shooting last month of a north west Indiana high school student eighteen year old Elena Ortiz Valparaiso a high school student was shot and killed January ninth year ridge road in Arbogast street in Griffith detective commander Keith Martin is with Griffith police keys had been shot in the head. She will not necessarily the target are the intended target. Investigators say the target was Ortiz's boyfriend because of a drug related debt. Martin says warez Rogers of park forest was arrested at a home somewhere in the south suburbs by the FBI's, violent crimes task force. And Cook County sheriff's police investigator say Roger's nephew Giovanni Galloway of Gerry was charged last month. Martin says the search continues for other suspects and persons of interest. Jim NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. The main organization of religious sisters in the United States is calling for an overhaul of the male lead leadership structure. Of the Catholic church after pope Francis acknowledged the problem of priests and bishops sexually abusing nuns leadership conference of women. Religious also calling for the creation of reporting mechanisms that ensure sisters who have been abused or met with compassion and are offered safety conference represents about eighty percent of Catholic sisters in the US. It's a statement came after Francis acknowledged this week that abuse of nuns was a problem. So the Vatican is working on it. But that more needs to be done a ransom threat, alleging something bad would happen at O'Hare is considered not credible by police, but it did lead to more police at some local school. The message was sent to someone in New York late last night. According to Chicago police, the sender demanded crypto currency and said there would be retaliation at O'Hare. If the demand was. Not met. Authorities were notified here and that set a process in motion notifying other law enforcement agencies and schools near O'Hare also a stepped up police presence. It was investigated by the FBI and the park ridge displays and Chicago police departments and authorities believe there is no credibility to the threat. Mike Crausser, NewsRadio radio one zero five point nine FM. Javadi WBZ news time four thirty six with quicksilver card from Capital One. You earn unlimited one point five percent cash back on every purchase unlimited.

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"park forest" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"park forest" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Who blame his policies. Or the country's economic and humanitarian crisis and want him out. He accuses the US of sending aid only is a political ploy to boost opposition leader one Guido who despite international support still faces stiff resistance at home. WBZ news time one thirty four Virginia's political crisis is causing friction among Democrats, the state's top three ranking officials all Democrats facing different scandals. It got heated. That's what Richmond mayor lavar Stony is saying about a phone call. He had with Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax who is facing a sexual assault allegation. I called initiated the call to inform the Lieutenant governor that we might team me personally had nothing to do with the allegations or leak Fairfax's among the three top elected democratic officials in Virginia who are facing separate scandals. Jim Krasula, yesterday's Richmond, Virginia WBZ news time. One thirty four park forest man has been arrested in connection with last month's shooting death of a northwest Indiana high school student eighteen year old Elena Ortiz, Valparaiso Portage high school student was shot and killed January ninth year ridge road in Arbogast street in Griffith detective commander Keith Martin is with Griffith police keys. She had been shot in the head. She was not necessarily the target the intended target. Investigators say the target was Ortiz's boyfriend because of a drug related debt. Martin says warez Rogers of park forest was arrested at a home somewhere in the south suburbs by the FBI's, violent crimes task force. And Cook County sheriff's police investigator say Roger's nephew Giovanni Galloway of Gerry was charged last month. Martin says the search continues for other suspects and persons of interest. Jim good news, NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. The main organisation representing nuns in the United States wants to see an overhaul of the male lead leadership structure of the Catholic church and comes after pope Francis. Acknowledged the problem of priests and bishops sexually abusing nuns, the leadership conference of women religious also called for the creation of reporting mechanisms that ensure nuns who have been abused are met with compassion and are offered safety the conference represents about eighty percent of Catholic sisters in the United States reminder. You can stream WBZ m. Through our website or the radio dot com app or just ask your smart speaker to play WBZ, NewsRadio, traffic and weather together. Next WBZ news time, one thirty six. Let's say you just bought a house bad news.

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"park forest" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"park forest" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"It's a double benefit a partnership between suburban park forest and students from prairie state. And south suburban colleges is paying off park forest has some abandoned homes in need of rehab now. Thanks to a partnership between the suburb and prairie state college in Chicago heights. And south suburban college. In south Holland called the south suburban traits initiative, they're solving problems one house at a time and students learn skills that could result in jobs in the building trades hurt. Forest officials tell the daily south town. They hope the students tackle one vacant home each year Felicia, middlebrooks, NewsRadio on one five point nine. FM mood has left CBS, but doesn't want to leave any money behind? You're CBS. Ceo. Les Moonves says is challenging the company's decision to deny him a one hundred twenty million dollars severance package in the wake of sexual misconduct allegations. He's demanding binding arbitration to try to change the decision. The CBS board of directors rejected the payment last month after concluding moonville. Violated company policy and did not cooperate with an investigation into the alleged sexual misconduct. He says the conduct was consensual. Pam coulter. CBS news, a Thirty-three-year-old, man. Convicted in the fatal stabbing of Morgan Freeman step granddaughter has been sentenced to twenty years in prison. Prosecutors say Lamar Davenport stabbed his girlfriend at Heinz multiple times in August twenty fifteen while under the influence of alcohol and drugs Davenport issued an apology during his sentencing hearing saying he doesn't remember what happened Hines was an aspiring actress and played a small role in the movie five flights up along with freemen. And Diane Keaton business news from Bloomberg with Jeff Bellinger, coming up next WBZ news time one fifty four..

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"park forest" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:34 min | 1 year ago

"park forest" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Once again half in the bag, governor of New Jersey Murphy. Who Dominic is mind boggling in the summer. He disappeared Italian villa that he spent millions of dollars on. Okay. But wait we have to stop because I have to understand sleep onyx. So did I don't get a swim wanting Swe one. It's okay. So you said Murphy's half in the bag. You mean what he's a boost him? He drinks all the time. In fact, if you ask his colleagues at Goldman Sachs where at one time he was over with the European operation. He was introducing the chairman of Europe to the gathered shysters and shakedown artists, you know, who invest in gold mine checks, especially those crooks from Malaysia. And as the chairman came to the podium and drank from the glass of water, he said, oh, I must have gotten Murphy show water because it straight vodka. I mean, a guys like totally half in the bag in the summer in the midst of the New Jersey transit meltdown. Where was he said talion villain parts, unknown in Italy for about a month disappeared just say FU, voguish any church. Well, now, it's a double hit that he's gonna take not only is New Jersey transit still not functioning every morning. Canceling canceling trains into Penn station or Hoboken, but he's planning to raise taxes, which has you know, it's almost like the Bataan death March four politicians in jersey, definitely. But in fairness to New Jersey transit, I wrote New Jersey transit into work this morning. The train was on time. Wasn't it? Coming from Rockland county. That's true. But if you had to come from the shore like a system program director mad dog you'd be waiting a month. Of Sundays trains is supposed to go express. Meantime, ended up taking locals shops. Nobody ever tells you what's going on. If you're lucky enough to get to Newark Penn station, you ready to bail out and take the path train in except the path train is never working. Now. It's always like, oh, you gotta rehab. We gotta wait a minute. You're a city guy. How do you know so much about New Jersey transit because I spent a lot of time in Newark chasing thugs there in south ward, south orange avenue week wake park forest Forest Hills. You think it's queens. It's a north ward or Bloomfield avenue in Newark. A lot about new I was about to say something about Newark. And then I thought about that hockey player on ESPN they got himself in trouble when he made a comment about north. So let's move on. So slowly, I turned step by step. You mentioned Newark, I'm gonna mention where. Dominic expanded good deal of the year this past year as a gumshoe reported in covering the trial of the most crooked. All US Senate is on the hill. Bobby menendez. Remember when there was a hung jury and Bobby Menendez was ready to start crying and thanking everyone in the world, he would not conduct a press conference until his body change. Dominic Carter arrived Dominic. Are you ever going to let this go? No. But am I gonna have Menendez around my neck for the rest of my life? Well, we'll see because he wouldn't he wouldn't move going live on CNN on the Fox News channel. He would not continue the press conference until his most favorite. Dr reporter Dominic Carter of our N. If you have right, if you have files, you gotta watch Dominic every night from shakes to seven his commentary initially updates, but you were like gumshoe reporting on that trial. But I told you brother, the the key to all of this. You treat people no matter what they're charged with. So for example, and I'm afraid to tell you this because you may go crazy with it. Roger stone reached out to me last night on Facebook Ritchie. He did Dominic. He needs help. So and so until you treat people the. Be treated. That's why I want to ask I inquired as to where the the Senator with the raging hormones was libido issues. This Christmas holiday, you know, she's spending it with his family in Hudson county, the most corrupt democratic county in America or was he in his Palaccio in the DR chasing those Dominican underage hookers. What's that invite? You be careful on the private jet and doubt another benefactor which DR trip. You're referring to doctor Malahide Dr. Yeah, I think. Doc, the Melchett melgen. That's name. See you're getting me nervous. That's probably invited me to come on. Now. I don't know. I have talked to the Senator lately, gee whiz all of a sudden fair weather friends during the trial. He could have been nicer to you all of a sudden, it's after the trial Dominico. This. What these politicians are speaking, a New Jersey politicians and ladies and gentlemen, feel feel free to weigh in on this one eight hundred eight four eight WABC that's one eight hundred eight four eight nine two two to the half in the bag governor of yours. Your New Jersey Murphy right is on get this an elephants safari. In Tanzania in east Africa. So what's wrong with that? An elephant. But what's wrong with that? The elephant is the symbol of the Republican party. So what is he thinking that? Maybe if he goes after elephants, you know, a big game hunter like the to Trump wash those trophies to bring back hanging. This study workplace that he what is he doing? You have too much rest yesterday. Oh, 'cause I like it better when you don't get much sleep. And you're not as quick and witty. Thanks. The guy is gonna be raising taxes remember Florio free and ninety three that's how he ended up USA death Christine. Todd witless third rail of politics with red beard beard, and remember he was a an alumni of gold mine shacks edge gone to jail with that new fund. He created remember where he was extorting money from investors. Stay out of jail Joshi pony buried in who buried him. And let's not forget shampoo..

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Woman killed in Los Angeles grocery store standoff was shot by police

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04:57 min | 2 years ago

Woman killed in Los Angeles grocery store standoff was shot by police

"Continues it is the twenty fifth day of July new this morning Los Angeles police say the woman who died, during a standoff. In shootout at a trader Joe's over. The weekend died from police gunfire police say twenty eight year old gene Atkins had already killed his. Grandmother before leading cops on that high speed chase and shootout chief Michael Moore said Tuesday officers had a tough decision to make Atkins shot his grandmother in a seventeen year old young woman Atkins kidnapped the young woman in fled his grandmother's Toyota Camry during the pursuit back. Fire his firearm to the back window of the vehicle pursuing officers the officers did not return fire. During the vehicle pursuit after pursuing the suspect for approximately fifteen minutes Atkins vehicle crashed into a light pole in. Front of the. Freighter Joe market at the twenty nine hundred, avenue Sadly during this incident Twenty-seven-year-old Colorado Trader Joe's was struck by gunfire and as a result, of her injury from our investigation we returned that when Jeanette vehicle crashed into the white pool located, outside, the entrance of training job Individuals inside the market ran. Towards the front door one of those individuals whose miss, karate at the same time Atkins exited his vehicle and ran horses stores entrance as he did so From the scene supporter the Atkins fired from sonata semi automatic pistol at the. Officers So, they had to make a split-second decision and as he did I'm here to say that that. Is worse worse decision any, officer ever wishes to have to make but. At the same time our duty to protect the public is. More and that means that those tough calls. You have to make Moore, said that Twenty-seven-year-old Mel Colorado walked back inside the store after being shot and then collapsed behind the managers counter where. She died an attorney for the family of a Florida man who was fatally shot over, a handicapped parking dispute says the gunman shouldn't be allowed to walk free because the case doesn't, fall under the state's stand your ground. Law attorney Michelle Rayner said Tuesday that marquess. Mcglockton posted, no imminent threat to Michael Drake before Drake. A shot him last week, while they are preparing the case to go. To the state's attorney we're asking that they would continue investigation We believe and we're confident and. We're very hopeful that the opposite Bernie McCabe we'll do the right thing in this in, this case and will file charges against mister drinker we're asking the officer Bernie McCabe to file. Charges against Mr. drinking because if not They're sanctioning a murder however it is our position as I said that. This, case is not as change, around case because one of the things that I know just even practicing as a criminal defense attorney you meet deadly force with deadly force Rainer says mcglockton shoved, Drake it to the ground to protect his girlfriend and, children meanwhile the sheriff Bob, Galtieri says he believes. It does fall under Florida's law which gives immunity to people who use lethal force to defend. Themselves if they fear for their. Lives from his perspective sitting there on. The ground and within a few seconds literally going out? And he he made a decision so it. Really doesn't matter what I would have done or what anybody else would have done and you, know what I've, done something different is a difference between meal are you boy to train with a law enforcement officer we do this guy's not just a citizen. He thought he had to shouldn't have gone up and slammed into the ground either He should've said we'll knock it off He he didn't, have a right, to. Know marquees engaged awful conduct himself Mark he should not have gone up. And slam this, guy to the ground Wouldn't be dead if more keystone scientists ground The state attorney's, office will ultimately. Decide if charges are filed Tourists have been ordered. To leave the heart of Yosemite national park by noon today this as firefighters continue. To battle a, huge blaze just to the west that's threatened the parks forest Yosemite valley will be closed until at least Sunday along. With a, winding mountainous twenty mile stretch of California state route forty one at, least a thousand campground in hotel bookings will be cancelled officials, say Yosemite is not under imminent danger from the Ferguson fire but that closure will allow crews to perform protective measures like burning away brush along roadways without traffic lawyers for an Oregon high school student who was disciplined for wearing a tee, shirt promoting President Trump's effort to build,.

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"park forest" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"park forest" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Of july holiday cbs news we'll have the story coming up supporters of the ousted director of the chicago pound say they will not quit some words of caution about the spawn of this hot weather mosquitoes and how long it could take to rescue those boys trapped in that cave in thailand wpbsa sports this is kevin jackson the cubs trailed the tigers one nothing i inning white sox and reds convenient six and serena williams winner in the second round at wimbledon accuweather says for the rest of day partly sunny hot and humid maybe a thunderstorm into the evening with a high around ninety it is ninety degrees now at one thirty one cbs news update celebrations like this one in hot wa wa tosa wisconsin on these independence day this man taking a heat stride i got a air conditioned car in an air conditioned house that's all i care about as long as they're all working we're cool in washington where thousands or celebrating cbs is kris van cleave says local officials are taking preemptive action the city is already added additional cooling centers cooling tents here on the mall and throughout town that's in addition to the more than half dozen i eight tenths center here dozens of first responders will be on hand to assist anyone feeling the effects of the high heat and humidity and new york's coney island joey chestnut broke his own world record in the annual hotdog eating contest i found a vicious rhythm the judges me you're all screwed up they they couldn't see what whenever i was on i just i just had to ignore that and just keep eating seventy four hotdogs i man i just not speaking espn cbs news update i'm bill rate wbz news time one thirty two the backers of chicago's recently fired director of animal care and control say they're not giving up is they try to get her reinstated by one hundred supporters of susan russell rallied at the southside facility that she ran until last week russell was not told why she was set without warning on friday but all the nncholas pisano's is a manual and aides were brought to him on a reason they gave me never gave her a reason that she wasn't euthanized enough dog funny thing the funny thing is we're driving to be a no kill shelter new best we can and i guess she wasn't euthanizing that's what i was told bekker's cite statistics that show ninety two percent of the dogs entering the shelter are adopted on a live up from sixty five percent in two thousand fifteen protest leaders say russell cannot return they want someone who can work closely with rescue groups and with volunteers because of chronic underfunding bob roberts newsradio on what five point nine it's hoped that an autopsy expected today may reveal more of how a boy came to drown in a village swimming pool in park forest early yesterday tenyearold jalil drayton was remembered by the adult leader of the park forest hurricanes a youth football program who wrote on facebook to the family of jalil drayton we your park forest hurricane family are at a loss for words you all are in our prayers the boy's family had reported missing just before four a m yesterday he was found in a pool in the center which is owned by the village of park forest police have been investigating looking into hell jalil drayton got into the facility steve miller news radio on one zero five point nine fm we've been talking a lot about these two words hot and humid and mosquitoes just love it the weather's cause for the center for control and prevention to issue words of caution we have more to worry about when it comes to mosquitoes this year the cdc's roxanne connolly says they carry a number of viruses some of them dangerous i think we're probably seeing more that are coming into the us that we haven't seen in previous years mainly because of the way people move around and and and and travel she says currently the main concern is west nile to have already been cases reported in california and north dakota she says try to avoid mosquito bites altogether and when you're outside make sure you wear epa registered insect repellent sabrina cupet for cbs news atlanta around the world it's an ancient anxious waiting game in northern thailand were rest cuers try to figure out how to get twelve boys and their soccer coach out of the partially flooded k where they've been trapped for more than a week volunteer cave diver clouds rasmussen says the.

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"park forest" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"park forest" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Ups fifty two years of age and lived at three twenty five woodridge circle the three officers were wounded are expected to survive their injuries there is no word yet on drips motive for a second straight night chicago police have shot someone this time the suspect was killed this villian office a police accountability is investigating after officer shot a man who may say was carrying a gun and ran from the month fulton near cicero in the west garfield park neighborhood police say the man jumped a fence and got into an armed confrontation with officers the officers fired at least six shots the man was taken to stroger hospital where he died police say they found a weapon on the scene investigators are reviewing body camera footage interviewing witnesses and examining evidence the officers involved are going on desk duty for the time being the night before last police shot and seriously wounded and underage boy on the south side and autopsy will be done today on a ten year old boy who drowned yesterday in a village swimming pool in park forest and your old jalil drayton was remembered by the adult leader of the park forest hurricanes a youth football program who wrote on facebook to the family of jalil drayton we your park forest hurricane family are at a loss for words you all are in our prayers the boy's family had reported missing just before four a m yesterday he was found in a pool in the aqua center which is owned by the village of park forest police have been investigating looking into.

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"park forest" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"park forest" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"The story from l gakuen to the mckenry dam is currently closed keller at the fox waterway to see says chain of lakes remains at no wake and with the fourth upon us the area on the most popular water sport reaches in the midwest is struggling folks on a low river that depend on this being there the big high time and when they don't have anybody pulling up to their establishments on the river because the river shutdown that's very damaging as possible levels could go down a bit more for the holiday but along the lower river not likely davor newsradio on one of five foot on fm eight ten year old boy was found dead early this morning after park forest police say he apparently drowned after sneaking into the south suburbs aqua center while it was closed christopher menino is parked forests police chief before four am part force police officers were dispatched to a missing juvenile who was reported to have been playing in the area of central park an officer checking the area was alerted by family who was also checking the area on foot that they observed clothing the juvenile inside center outside of one of the pools menino says an officer climbed defense outside the pool found the boy and tried to revive him the boy was taken to a hospital where he was pronounced dead menino says police are investigating how the boy was able to get into the pool in the facility was closed chicago police are deploying additional officers to the streets for the holiday police superintendent eddie johnson you know we've had our sixteenth street manco reduction in violence and i think a lot of that can be attributed to the hardworking men and women of the department but also community groups in the clergy and try and give different individuals better pat johnson says fifteen hundred extra officers will be on duty tomorrow spread out over the entire city third party candidates for illinois governor have secured spots on the november ballot include state senator sam mechanic republican from plain view who's running under the conservative party banner and libertarian candidate cash jackson light last month a lake county judge said jackson faces six months in jail if he doesn't pay about half of the roughly six thousand dollars in child support he's accused of owing i august sixth jackson tells the sun times he'll pay on time the state board of elections has no objections were filed against either candidate prior to this week's deadline political watchers say either candidate is more likely to siphon votes away from incumbent bruce.

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"park forest" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"park forest" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The drowning death of a ten year old boy at an aquatic center in park forest the boy had been identified by the cook county medical examiner's office has jalil drayton police say judd entered the pool after it had closed last night ahead of next week's nato summit in brussels president trump has sent letters to some members of nations they're demanding the increase their military spending white house press secretary sarah sanders was asked about what the president's threatening to do like to see other countries step up and do more particularly when they have the capability and they've made the commitment to do two percent he'd like to see them fulfill that commitment talking about nato contributions there president trump is ordered us flags lowered to halfstaff today in honor of the journalists killed at the capital gazette in annapolis maryland last week there were earlier reports the white house had turned down that request from the mayor of annapolis mayor gavin buckley says he's just glad it's happening we just reached out to any lawns of communication we could anyone that had any context to say you know this is something that the community needs to say and i'm very happy that finally in a in a bad situation at least we'll get some a little bit of good news employees of the capital gazette will march in the city's fourth of july parade the puerto rican community is trying to keep a community center opened in the city keeping it from shutting its doors la casa puerto rican yeah has been a wellknown center in the humble park community for nearly fifty years community activist jeremiah crews says the building hosts classes for children and adults and provides meals for the homeless my wife and i have met here we've had our wedding here we've had this year has in our families on our family events are here we have so many memories here to community has so many memories here is more than just the places sentimental it means a lot to us personal activists allege money was lost or stolen from events like the puerto rican day parade and fundraisers for hurricane maria victim tmz the wisconsin state supreme court ruled today that police can legally draw blood from an unconscious drunk driver the court ruled five to to the drivers automatically consent to a blood draw when they drive on wisconsin roads and the court found that drivers who drink themselves into unconsciousness forfeit any opportunity to withdraw that request and in indianapolis the church has placed statues of mary joseph and the baby jesus in a cage of fencing topped with barbed wire they're protesting the trump administration zero tolerance of aggression policy the statues were erected this morning outside the christ's church cathedral that's on downtown di di napoli is monument circle we'll check your money sports traffic and weather next.

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"park forest" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"park forest" Discussed on Science Friday

"Now i wanna tell you a story about something that happened here in chicago back in two thousand and three a media shower like most coggins of have probably never seen before now you know you go outside at night sometimes you see this little streak in the sky shooting star but this time an actual load of rocks came falling down one night just outside of town and the here of the story of course is a scientist after all this is science friday her name is menaka wadhwa and she used to be the curator of meteorites at the chicago field museum in other words she was a space rock scientist but even after years of studying these meteorites she never actually saw one fall from space as somebody who studies meteorites of course to dream to be someplace base e meteorite fall into actually go and and pick up fresh brock that are just been in space but it just so happens that back in march of two thousand and three men knocked she was in luck a meteorite exploded into pieces showering the chicago suburb of park forest illinois i think it was around midnight that fell now you would think that menaka a professional meteorite hunter with the ready and prime for such an event of a lifetime scanning the skies streaks of light every night well not so much i completely missed it slept through the whole thing that's right she found out about the meteor shower the way everyone else who didn't live in park forest did on the radio driving into work the next morning it was all over the news there was all kinds of reports about people having seen stones falling through their roofs and creating damage and this is amazing to me oh my god i miss this big event you know you can tell she's a scientist because her immediate reaction to hearing about the space rocks causing damage to people's homes it was not hope to have insurance but it was whether i can't believe i missed this well by the time and actually gets to work everybody is talking about this meteorite shower stories are coming in about how the residents of park forest have reacted to the events of the night before and it wasn't hey this was cool if all been part of a rare astronomical event away palley when it happened at midnight a lot of people at the time thought that maybe we were under attack because there were these stones that were hitting roofs and they call the police and the police came and got these hawks those rocks just the thoughts enter brain into overdrive being the curator of meteorites at the famous chicago field museum menaka was desperate to get her hands on one of these space rocks what a prize for the museum's collection but alas she could not they belong to the good folks of park forest people who found these meteorites in their yards they own those rocks and so they were able to sell these rocks to the person who was offering the most amount of money for them and of course there were all kinds of people looking for these meteorites yup there were dealers and collectors amateur meteorite hunters the senate on a chicago suburb they were offering many of the residents lots of cash to buy their samples and people wanted to do acquire them and so the offered price for these meteorites was was definitely getting stra nominal it was your typical space rock bubble menagerie was frustrated she couldn't match what other people were offering she tried explaining that it was for science no dice how is she going to get her hands on one of these racks well this is the most part of really great great story hey who are you guys i'm in the middle of story here thank you for asking we are three comedians and a pianist player and we met all of each other while working at you cogs second city.

"park forest" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"park forest" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Rid the north korean area of nuclear weapons but they have failed to provide any specifics during their just ended summit laws you been filed against a suburban school district by five former students who alleged they were sexually abused by a former teacher john bowman says in a lawsuit that officials have district sixtyfive in lake bluff did nothing to stop the abuse by charles ritz woman says he was a twelve year old seventh grader at lake bluff junior high school back in nineteen eighty one when writs of used them in a statement the school district says it will defend the claims in court a crime spree that began with the carjacking of an undercover on duty chicago police officer yesterday ended with two people being shot in the gold coast neighborhood chicago police department deputy chief kevin ryan funder was was caught within minutes because of the extra resources we have down in a loop and the aggressive reaction and response by the eighteenth district suspect was caught after twenty into a condo building along the inner drive the officer will be fine the two other people are hurting including an eighty four year old victim to men have been shot one fatally in park forest this morning shooting happened in the one hundred block of elgon gakuen street police still there on the scene investigating the dalton police officer who was shot three times during a robbery attempt in his home last week is out of the hospital officer darryl hope has been moved from the hospital to a rehab facility andrew holmes here's a friend of officer all he still has a bullet lodged in his bag so you know he's still in a lot of pain so he has to go to therapy no arrests have been made in that case a new quinnipiac poll says fifty one percent of republicans considered the media to be the enemy of the people rather than an important part of democracy sixty six percent of american voters overall saved the news media is an important part of democracy fifty three percent of them trust the media more than president trump and now with wgn neighborhood news here's kim gordon they're celebrating arbor day highland park on saturday free oak tree seedlings will be given away there will also be trucks for the kids to climb on guided tree walks gardening demos and food the event takes place from nine to one jen's jensen park in the ravina area admission is free i'm kim gordon would neighborhood news sponsored by wintrust chicago's community banks.

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"park forest" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"park forest" Discussed on 790 KABC

"A twelve year old girl from right in front of her home that happened on yesterday morning one man has a beard and a shave lied you can see a crossed his left eyebrow at the second has a dragon tattoo on his right bicep young girl told detectives that the men threatened her life and then touched her she did manage to escape and she's now back home she safe if you recognize these men call police right away happening now a town hall meeting is getting underway in palm dale concerning the death of the seventeen year old boy he was killed by a sheriff's deputy aiming at a charging dog this is alive look at that gathering which is expected to include discussion about the use of force by law enforcement incident happened last thursday armando garcia had restrained the dog bit a deputy responding to a call of allowed party but authorities say when that don got loose again and charged it deputies they fired several shots at the dog investigators believe one of those rounds bounced off the pavement and fatally struck garcia the department calls it extremely unfortunate incident new is six we're hearing from the mother of a teenager who was shot and killed by an la pd officer 18yearold carnell snell joe near died in october during a traffic stop and today the police commission held a meeting and they disapproved of the tactics but they found the shooting was within policy smells mothers fokker today's meet upi i love what it's all about how it don't tell we witnesses say that snell did not have a weapon but la police released the video which appears to show i put a a handgun of what looked like a hand gun in his waistband while he was running away from them a hyde park family devastated tonight after fire tore through converted garage killing a 17yearold boy inside a woman is now in custody accused of starting that fire and nbc for scored tokumatsu live in hyde park forest where he just spoke with the.

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