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CVS, Walgreens prepare for COVID vaccines
"Become available for general distribution, You might not have to go forward to get a shot. Both the Walgreens and CBS change, said Coburn. 19 vaccines will be available to the general public in the first quarter. Of the new Year. CBS chief Medical officer Dr Troy and Brennan says the best and easiest places for people to get the shots is going to be retail pharmacies, much like they do flew shingle another shots. Walgreens also hopes to set up off site and mobile clinics to reach rural areas and communities and might have a hard time accessing of pharmacy. Pat Cassidy
Glimmers of hope: Gold coin, gold bar dropped in Chicago Salvation Army kettles in season of rising need and dwindling donations
"Salvation Army says it received the first two gold gold donations of the season in the Chicago area. Salvation Army says a gold bar worth up to $1900 was dropped in a red kettle outside a jewel Osco store on Maple Avenue and Monday night. And the gold coin worth about that much donated outside the jewel Osco on Stern's Road and Bartlett Salvation Army launched its rescue Christmas campaign nearly two months early this year to deal with a five fold increase in demand for food and assistance. It is the pandemic. You could make a donation PR website wbbm newsradio dot com slash donate or make a contribution during our annual Salvation Army Good neighbor radiothon this Friday. Pat Cassidy News Radio 105.9
Chicago's International College of Surgeons sells historical Lake Shore Drive mansion
"Hour a friend she shan't toll inspired mansion on lake shore drive finally has a buyer the international college of surgeons been trying for five years to sell its four story mansion at fifteen sixty north lake shore drive built in nineteen sixteen for Edward T. and ruby McCormick Blair and all by the college it's nineteen forty seven the first asking price was seventy million dollars in twenty fifteen but it's going to gradually drop ever since eleven million down to the current six million or it's been since last summer ten bedrooms twelve thousand square feet millwork marble staircases and elevator the twenty forty square foot coach house it's only one of seven mansions still on lake shore drive Tribune reports under contract the buyer and final price so far I've known Pat Cassidy newsradio one oh five point nine
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"Holidays I'm Pat Cassidy and I'm Jennifer Kuiper in for pollution Middlebrooks these are the top stories on news radio WBBM dense fog this freezing causing hazardous travel conditions throughout the area this morning on an update from accu weather one man is dead after a police chase in the south suburbs overnight this is their burner police will county of confiscated over two million dollars worth of THC oil and wax state lawmakers are moving forward on a plan to curb lobbying WBBM sport this is Rick Reagan for Josh list good morning bulls lose to the magic in Orlando Blackhawks lose badly to the doubles at home Packers over the Vikings more forty six WBBM business the S. and P. futures are up two and a quarter points the nasdaq futures are up seven foggy morning more that here momentarily sunshine later though and a high of fifty thirty five now going up to fifty WBBM news time six thirty one and we have a foggy morning as we've been telling you let's get the latest from accu weather meteorologist Joe Lundberg not only is the problem with the visibility hampering travel across theory but in some communities particularly in the south and southwest suburbs that fog is freezing on some services in causing some slick travel conditions so be careful again if you're out toward Naperville Joliet and Lansing in those places that's where we're seeing temperatures in the twenties to near thirty degrees below the freezing mark and that's where the the icy spots can be occurring elsewhere just pea soup fog that's going to last for several hours this morning later today though it'll go away another mild Christmas Eve coming up temperatures at a fifty this afternoon Joe Lundberg news radio seven eighty one of five point nine FM a man was seen beating a woman on the south side early yesterday soon after he was dead it happened in the Calumet heights neighborhood police say a man was seen beating a woman at a gas station at ninety first and stony island at about two in the morning when officers arrived police say the two were in a Dodge charger there was speeding away the woman according to police was screaming and waving for help and appeared to be getting ready to jump out of the car it disappeared from the officers view and they came upon it a short time later it had crashed into some parked cars on the twenty three hundred block of east ninety First Street the man who's forty was critically injured and died at U. of C. Medical Center the woman twenty eight years old was taken to the same hospital and her condition was stabilized Mike Krauser newsradio one oh five point nine FM police in will county of confiscated more than two million dollars worth of THC oil and wax first a Michigan woman stuff for a traffic violation pound of several vacuum sealed bags of thirty thousand grams of THC wax and joints plus THC cartridges and vape pens at around the same time a December twentieth police another car this one along I eighty their Chicago street the driver weaving in traffic police say a man for Morgan was involved a Michigan woman of the drug delivery a day later another vehicle seen speeding near Joliet police search that car and found fifty thousand grams of THC oil in thirty one Mason jars in all several people facing charges they've ordered his radio one of five point nine FM WBBM news time six thirty three and deploying a woman's accused of using S. U. V. to hit two young pedestrians this month what police described as an apparent hate filled motivation one child is a twelve year old African American boy that's an hour later on December ninth to call Frank allegedly struck a fourteen year old girl later telling police she did it because the girl appeared to be Mexican then she allegedly shouted racial slurs to people at a gas station as more and register reports she she's charged with attempted murder in the first two incidents and hate crime for the third state lawmakers are looking at putting some restrictions on lobbyists as three of their colleagues face corruption charges connected to lobbying work state representative grant Worley of Naperville is on the brand new joint commission on ethics and lobbying for for like to thank the members of the FBI the IRS the SEC for for actually pushing this committee to be formed it is without their efforts we would still be continuing down the path of the ways that Illinois is.
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"My Pat Cassidy these are the top stories on NewsRadio WDBO congress approves a funding Bill. The President Trump is still demanding more money for a border wall. Details coming up from CBS news. Joliet. Issues of warning about the integrity of a busy bridge in will county. This is Mike Crausser Illinois House Democrats introduced bills that would roll back. Late term abortion restrictions and parental notification dog ablaze talking to two persons of interest in the alleged attack on empire actor Jesse smollet. MVP 'em sports. Josh list of warning Patrick Kane and the hawks get it, right? Winning at home over the devils. Illinois stays hot at Ohio State more at forty five PM business futures up. Tune NASDAQ futures up four going up to twenty two today. Current tap nine at O'Hare wind chillers eight below zero CBS news update three point five billion dollars from the defense department's construction budget two and a half billion from its drug interdiction program. CBS news has confirmed. President Trump plans to use the money to build a border barrier by declaring a national emergency. After he gets almost one point four billion from a bipartisan spending Bill hill signed today to avert a government shutdown. CBS's Nancy Cortes, declaring a national emergency. Essentially means that. The president can gather the funds that he wants for a border wall without the approval of congress. Democrats accuse him of fear mongering to get what he wants. And even some Republicans worry that this creates a dangerous precedent public citizens. Robert Weisman emergency, we're prepared to suit to block, the emergency declaration illegal construction of a wall. We're also going to be pushing congress to enact a resolution of disapproval of the national emergency declaration news update. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. WBZ news time six thirty two. Mayor Giuliani is raising safety alarms about the I eighty bridge over the displaying river live with the story. WBZ Bernie to foia more than eighty five thousand vehicles day travel over the bridge over the river bridge that the Illinois department of transportation calls structurally deficient, Joliet mayor. Bob Odenkirk says that if the state fails to take action to improve the bridges integrity. He may be forced to take action like blocking entrance ramps. Posting warning signs near the bridge notifying. All joliet. Residents by a phone text and Email about the safety issues. I dot says five million dollars worth of structural repairs will be made to the bridge starting in the spring reporting live burning to NewsRadio one zero five point nine FM. Democrats introduce new legislation that would expand access to abortion one Bill that state Representative Kelly. Cassidy of Chicago is calling the reproductive health. Act would repeal restrictions placed on late term abortions. And would. Require private insurance. Coverage the second from state Representative Chris Welsh of hillside would repeal the state's parental notification law for minors. Governor Pritzker is said he wants to make Illinois the most progressive state in the nation when it comes to standing up for women's reproductive rights. Mary Kate, nor of Illinois right to life says the legislation is very extreme and told the Tribune it's a desperate move to create a safety net in the event that Roe v. Wade is overturned Mike Crausser NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. The lawyer for two persons being questioned in the alleged attack on empire. Enter jussie smollet speaking out this is attorney Gloria Schmidt, they're really baffled why they.
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"John helped it in for Pat Cassidy, these are the top stories on NewsRadio WBZ ally. With AccuWeather temperatures reach historic lows in the Chicago area crash in northwest. Indiana shuts down traffic along eighty ninety four deliveries are cancelled across much of the region today and a rideshare companies offering an easy escape from the cold WBZ sports, Josh list. Good morning Brooklyn's bake second-half swallows up the visiting bulls who play again in Miami tonight, Super Bowl storylines, set five on Wall Street at this hour, the Dow is up two hundred seventy six and a half points. Nasdaq up sixty and the S and P five hundred up fourteen twenty two below zero right now, the wind chill forty nine below WBZ. News time nine thirty one. Well, the sun is out this hour, but it's merely deception. Let's get the real story live on the cold from AccuWeather meteorology. Lunberg it's best termed ineffective sunshine because it's doing nothing to warm things up the air temperatures cold as we've ever seen it for a January thirtieth date. The old record of fifteen below was shattered early this morning when we dropped the Twenty-three below and it hasn't moved much since then still twenty two below and some of the coldest readings around the area are twenty four twenty five below with wind. Chills of fifty two almost sixty below the cold will only moderate slowly the next thirty six hours. Temperature will still be twenty degrees or more below zero tonight with clear skies and less wind tomorrow, we'll see sunshine giving way to increasing clouds a little snow late in the day or at night can bring us a few inches of accumulation. Then the cold finally starts to ease back on Fridays. Temperatures recovered a twenty year better and we should crack the freezing. Mark thankfully over the weekend. I'm AccuWeather meteorologist Joe lunberg on Chicago's weather station. News Radio seven eighty and one zero five point nine FM, a crash.
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"I'm Pat Cassidy, and these are the top stories on NewsRadio WBZ special counsel, Robert Mueller, indicts longtime Trump ally, Roger stone. Details coming up from CBS news. This is Bernie to foyer a west suburban cleaning lady has been charged with stealing from a customer's home illinois's medical marijuana program is expanding at the end of the month. WBZ sports. Josh lists here. The slumping bowls try again at home with the clippers all star NBA captains and starters have been named a bunch of bears are enjoying their time at the Pro Bowl and White Sox fans gather at their annual fantastical more forty five BBN business. Good morning. This is Lynn Wolter Wall Street opening higher as investors focus on upbeat earnings. The Dow up one hundred ninety eight NASDAQ one s&p better by eighteen five six CBS news special report, a confidante of President Trump's was arrested at his home in fort. Lauderdale this morning in connection with the Russia investigation White House. Correspondent Steven Portnoy. The chargers approved by Robert Muller's grand jury alleged longtime Trump associate Roger stone has obstructed the investigation into Russian election meddling the seven count indictment. Reveals Muller has evidence to prove that Roger stone knew in advance about WikiLeaks intention to drop emails stolen from Hillary Clinton's campaign. And also says he was urged by senior Trump campaign officials to inquire about future WikiLeaks releases a special counsel accuses stone of lying to house. Investigators about all of that White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders has nothing to do with the president has nothing to do with the White House personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani tells the Washington Post he's spoken to President Trump this morning, and he's not nervous about the stone indictment. Stone is expected in court in an hour and a half deaf. CBS news special report, I'm Deborah Rodriguez. WBZ news time eight thirty two. Well, not everybody is complaining about the weather. I like, oh, you'll live with it. You can dress for cold. So we'll jacket another lighter jacket t shirt and long underwear. Those residents of Conover Wisconsin one of the many communities in the mid west invalid in Arctic cold, let's find out how long we will be dealing with the.
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"I'm Pat Cassidy he's are the top stories on NewsRadio WPBSA, President Trump and democratic leaders in congress speak to the country as the partial government shutdown continues. CBS news has more in a moment. Frantic search is underway for nine year old boy who never came home from school after yesterday. This is Jim goddess the parents of three Indiana children killed by vehicle as they crossed a road to get to their school bus are lobbying for action from Indiana lawmakers and well known actress assigned to underplay Barbie in an upcoming film for Josh Lewis here. Good morning bears. Coach Vic Fangio finds out soon about the Denver job, Evansville, labels, loyal up. The blackhawks. Welcome in Nashville bulls and Portland more Forty-five BBN business futures up six NASDAQ futures up nineteen how did they only twenty five currently nineteen at CBS news update. President Trump says the reason for the nineteen day partial. Government shutdown is simple. Federal government remains shut down for one reason. And one reason only because Democrats will not fund border security. He spoke to Americans in a live address from the Oval Office last night. House speaker Nancy Pelosi gave the democratic response and children at the border. I not a security threat. They are humanitarian challenge a challenge that President Trump's on cool and counterproductive policies have only deepen among the hundreds of thousands of federal workers who've been sidelined from their jobs. Angelina ledger who works for FEMA Friday before Christmas. We got noticed that we're on furlough. And then from there has been awaiting been waiting every day to find out, you know, when will we reopen president meets with congressional leaders again today. CBS news update, I'm Deborah Rodriguez. WBZ news time six thirty to search is on for a nine year old boy from the Inglewood neighborhood missing since yesterday afternoon. Michael Campbell was last seen at around three o'clock leaving Harvard elementary school at seventy fifth in Harvard. He's described as black four feet tall and sixty pounds. The child was wearing a maroon jacket and shirt black pants and orange and blue Nike shoes documentary series. In Chicago singer are killer has prompted Cook County state's attorney Kim FOX to urge possible victims of the superstar to come forward. The lifetime show surviving R Kelly allegedly had sex with underage girls and has women against their will Chicago writer. Mickey KENDALL tells CBS too. She's not surprised by a lack of outrage from the community. No, one cares because we're black girls. No, one cares. Because he's praying on black girls. I know people care today, but he's been able to operate for decades. Kelly attorney Steve Greenberg is slamming Kim pox accusing her of giving legitimacy to reality TV allegations. WBZ news time six thirty three expert. Point to the death of a young suburban girl to remind people. It's still not too late to get flu shot. Again. A live report from WBZ M's Bernie to Kane county coroner rob Russell says the three year old girl. Died of complications from the flu last month. The girl was one of thirteen children in the country to have died of the flu. So far this season. Karachi of Loyola University Medical Center tells the daily herald it's still not too late to get a flu shot for yourself or your child. She says children are especially vulnerable to the flu after they're six months old. The CDC says flu shots are not one hundred percent effective at preventing the flu, but can lessen symptoms. Reporting live burning foia, NewsRadio one point nine FM. Desa three children of bus. Stop at Indiana. Have lawmakers considering ways to keep kids safe fix year old twins Xabier and Mason England their nine year old sister, Libya, stall were killed in October. When they cross the road and Fulton County at work hit by vehicle as they tried to get to their school bus their mother Britney angle till CBS four Indianapolis. That's why her husband, and she are lobbying. Indiana lawmakers to pass school bus safety measures such beautiful.
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"Good morning. I'm Pat Cassidy we're in for a beautiful day ahead to AccuWeather says mostly sunny and mild with a high temperature of forty five degrees. Thirty four now at O'Hare top local story on NewsRadio. There are new developments. This morning stemming from the extortion charges filed against alderman, Ed, Burke, let's go live to WB and political editor Craig Delamore with details. Well, Pat, it appears alderman Edward Burke is jumping before being pushed off his pedestal is finance committee chairman. It was clear yesterday after he was charged with attempted extortion. The mayor Emanuel did not want Burke to continue in that post and preferred that he go voluntarily. Well, now comes word from the mayor that he's spoken with the fourteenth ward alderman. Who agree that the best course of action is for him to resign. As chairman of the city council committee on finance, the mayor statement credits. Burks quoting here affection for the city deep respect for the institution of city council in the needs of his constituents. The mayor says committee vice chair Patrick O'Connor who also happens to be his floor leader will take over the important work of the committee. How important is that committee all the alderman, but one sit in numerical order by ward in the city council chamber, the finance chairman sits front and almost dead center. Live at city hall, Craig Delamore, NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. Those challenging alderman, Ed Burke in next month's election, lost no time ramping up their campaigns. Once news of the attempted extortion charge was made public. It's been a good week. For Burke, challenger, Tanya Pacino. I she received the endorsement of congressman, hey, Zeus chewy Garcia. Now. She says the federal attempted extortion charge makes Burke vulnerable.
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"I'm Pat Cassidy these are the top stories on NewsRadio WBZ an without democratic controlled house passes legislation to fund the government with little chance of making it through. The Senate CBS news has the latest residents in alderman Edberg's ward on Chicago's southwest side react to his alleged role, and in extortion scheme reason study finds majority of manufacturing workers are tired on the job and R Kelly threatened to sue lifetime over its new series. WBZ sports. Josh lists. Good morning. Eddie Jackson puts his injured ankle to the test to practice hoping to play in Sunday's bears playoff game and overtime goal. Drops. The Blackhawks in New York Justin holidays been traded by the bowls more Forty-five VPN business futures up thirty six NASDAQ futures up one hundred fifteen points, sunny high today, forty five in Chicago CBS news update. There's a confrontation with the president in the. Making as a new day dawns in the house CBS. Tom handsome speaker Nancy Pelosi and her fellow Democrats celebrated their new majority yesterday by passing legislation to end the partial government shutdown. The joint resolution is passed the Bill is passed, but the two bills offer no new money for a border wall without President Trump's support their likely dead on arrival in the Republican controlled Senate in case Democrats had any doubt the president is making it clear without a wall. You cannot have border security without a very strong form a barrier. Call it what you will. But without a wall. You cannot have order security won't work. The president congratulated Nancy Pelosi on regaining her speakership. She and other congressional leaders are scheduled to meet with Mr. Trump on this fourteenth day of a partial government shutdown. CBS news update, I'm Deborah Rodriguez. WBZ news time five thirty to the news of the federal corruption indictment against longtime Chicago alderman Edberg coming five weeks after raids of a city hall and ward offices has been talk of his neighborhood on the city's southwest side. Many voice surprise, but refused to elaborate Angela Chavez said she has expected charges since the FBI. I conducted raids more than a month ago. You don't come knocking for coffee, and she says for all of these power..
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"And Pat Cassidy, I'm Jim goddess. These are the top stories on NewsRadio WBZ m the budget impasse on Capitol Hill continues as President Trump says he must have money for a border wall. CBS with more next. A postal worker is hit by gunfire. Outgrow village. A seven year old girl is dead after a shooting outside of Texas, WalMart and pope Francis calls for peace in his New Year's address WBZ sports. This is Dave Kerner college football. Northwestern comes from behind and beat Utah thirty one to twenty at the holiday bowl in San Diego. And Pat FitzGerald says after the game he's not leaving the Wildcats program the WBZ AccuWeather forecast. Falling temperatures throughout the day by this afternoon. We'll be in the mid twenties. WBZ news time seven thirty one. CBS news update a partial government shutdown seeps into the new year. The stalemate over a spending plan has entered its eleventh day as President Trump digs in his heels over funding for border security CBS is Tom Foty has details from Washington after originally taking ownership of that President Trump now blames congressional Democrats what on New Year's Eve, he told Fox News. He is ready to talk with the Democrats about the shutdown and building the wall on the US Mexican border ready to go anytime they want. No, we are not giving up we have to have border security and the wall is a big part of border security, the biggest part, but it is also the part congressional Democrats say they will not fund they take control of the house on Thursday. A federal employees union is suing the Trump administration. It claims it's illegal for government agencies to force employees to work without paying them. Hundreds of thousands are furloughed or on the job without pay CBS news update, I'm Deborah Rodriguez. WBZ news time seven thirty two elk grove village. Police are asking for help from the public as they investigate the suburbs. I. Shooting in two years. The victim is a postal worker. According to police shot multiple times in an unmarked postal vehicle. It happened about six PM near Brentwood avenue and Smethwick lane. Witnesses told police they heard the man screaming for help and saw a dark colored SUV's speeding away. Police say he was shot from a distance a nearby resident heard the commotion and called nine one one and stayed with the man until an ambulance arrived. The man was being treated at Lutheran general police are now asking area residents to share any security video that captures the streets. Mike Crausser NewsRadio on one point nine FM. Chicago police say it would be robbery victim shot to offenders on the northwest side last night. Authorities say the twenty nine year old man was standing on a sidewalk in the twenty nine hundred block of west Cortlandt. When two are males got out of a silver Nissan and announced a robbery that's when the victim shot both of the robbers, they're hospitalized in stable condition. Police say the victim has a valid concealed carry license and was not hurting. The incident. It's New Year's day and for Roman Catholics. It's also world day of peace rushing in his homily at a mass marking. Well, Dave this morning. To speak of the importance of mothers. He said mothers take their children by the hand and lovingly introduced them to life. But he added many children today wonder off on their own and lose their way who promises said we need to learn from mothers that heroism is shown in self giving strength and.
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"I'm Pat Cassidy these are the top stories on NewsRadio WBZ BBN. Facebook reportedly gave several companies access to users private messages. Details coming up from CBS news to Chicago police officers killed earlier this week are being remembered by those who knew them best trying to pass a bipartisan criminal Justice, Bill and Forbes is out with its list of the richest celebrity WBZ sports. Josh lists. Good morning, five bears or an invitation to the Pro Bowl while the team gets ready for a Sunday in San Francisco, Cam ward, and the Blackhawks hold off Nashville to one Jim violence bowls battle the nets here. Tonight. More forty five seventy BBN business futures up twenty points. Nasdaq futures up a fifty to a high today forty nine degrees currently thirty five at O'Hare. Don't do a high today of forty nine CBS news update. There's a new scandal. Facebook this morning. A New York Times report says Facebook has been allowing tech giants like apple and Spotify to access your personal information for years. CBS news tech analyst, Larry Magid Facebook have enormous power over the information from it's more than two billion users. And according to the New York Times, it's been abusing this power by sharing that data with other large companies without the consent. If true, it's a violation of basic privacy principles and best practices. CBS's? Anne, green partner companies got information like phone numbers, Email addresses searches and likes some even got to see private messages. Facebook said in a statement, it's winding down the partnerships. Also in that statement Facebook denies it's violated any FTC rules and says it's found no evidence any of its partners. Have abused users data CBS news update, I'm Deborah Rodriguez. WBZ news time five thirty two as e Chicago police department. Mourns friends and family members are remembering to Chicago police officers killed Monday night when they were hit by a south shore train while looking for a suspect in the rose more neighborhood. Katie Swisscom was a family friend, a thirty one year old Conrad, Gary is a great guy..
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"I'm Pat Cassidy, and these are the top stories on NewsRadio WDBO over Trump. Attorney Michael Cohen arise for sentencing at a courthouse in Manhattan details. Coming up from CBS news, Cook County board today. We'll take up too hot topic issues in the governor's race taxes and toilet. President. Trump renews is push for a border wall after the deadly shooting in France and Brexit plans are in limbo ahead of a no-confidence vote for the British Prime minister WBZ sports, Josh list, warning Bryce Callahan's injury. Could be an issue for the bears the discombobulated bowls workout in Mexico City. And the Blackhawks lose their eighth straight more Forty-five. The Dow is up three hundred six points. Nasdaq up one hundred fifteen s and p five hundred thirty four decent weather for this time of year, high near forty thirty seven now going into a high near forty in Chicago. CBS news update. Michael Cohen has entered the federal courthouse in Manhattan, where he will be sentenced shortly for cheating on his taxes lying to congress and making payments during the campaign on President Trump's behalf to women who claimed affairs. Correspondent Paula Reid is in New York faces anywhere between four and five years. His lawyers have tried to paint him as someone who is were formed and should we spared jail time. But prosecutors says recused him of being someone who tried to undermine democracy for his own profit and are asking for a substantial sentence. The president's former attorney is expected to speak up before he sentenced his expected to denounce President Trump and apologize to the American people for his participation in crimes that occurred before the election. Now, this is of course, a man who once said he would take a bullet for Trump Cohen is also expected to apologize to his family, including his father was a Nazi holocaust survivor. Deborah rodriguez. CBS news. WBZ news time nine thirty to Cook County commissioners will be discussing taxes and confidential document leaks today. The tax issue is a repeal of a one point seven five percent tax on parking intermediaries like spothero sponsored by outgoing commissioners passed in October. The end result would be the tax goes back to it's original six percent. Also, the county is looking to plug leaks of summary reports from the inspector general's office. You'll recall the lake of the report concerning governor elect Jay Pritzker having toilets removed from a mansion for tax purposes. Such leaks would be costly up to six months in jail and a five thousand dollar fine. Mike Crausser NewsRadio on one point nine. FM manual today will preside over a city council meeting whereas expected to call on state lawmakers to legalize marijuana. Okay. Casino for Chicago era questioned amendment to the state constitution to help the city addresses growing pension crisis yesterday, he called for a twenty to thirty cents per gallon increase in the state gas tax. If you take the lower. Our range of the twenty cents. And since we haven't raised since nineteen ninety that would just be about equal to what inflation was since one thousand nine hundred that's just catching up to where we weren't there. Emmanuel made the announcement along with members of the metropolitan mayors caucus federal trials will be consolidated for members of downstate, Illinois militia group accused of bombing a Minnesota Moscow three Michael Harry. Michael MC water. Joe Morris were arrested in March in connection with last year's explosion at an Islamic center in Bloomington. Minnesota may face federal hate crime charges after their arrests of already Samec water tool. The FBI they wondered a scare Muslims out of the country are also charged with federal crimes in Illinois, including the attempted. Bombing of an abortion clinic Morris was in court yesterday where he pleaded not guilty. Bob Conway, NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. Meantime, President Trump is citing yesterday's gun attack in France is another reason the US needs a southern border wall. A suspected extremist opened fire in Strasbourg at one of Europe's most famous Christmas markets on Twitter. The president calls it another very bad terror attack in France, we are going to strengthen our borders, even more he adds Chuck and Nancy muscle. Give us the votes to get additional border security, referring to top congressional Democrats Chuck Schumer and ANSI Pelosi with whom he held a contentious meeting here at the White House yesterday. The president threatened to shut down the government. If congress does not give him what he wants for border security, including money for a border wall. Saga megani? At the White House following pressure from lawmakers within her own conservative party, British Prime Minister, Theresa may will face a no confidence vote today. She does not appear ready to throw in the towel delivering the Brexit. People voted for building a country that works for everyone. I have devoted myself unsparingly to these tasks ever since I became prime minister at is done. Ready to finish the job. Meantime, German Chancellor Angela Merkel is underlining the European Union's insistence on sticking to the Brexit agreement as it stands, computer. Scientists at William and Mary college Virginia say burglars could potentially break into houses through smart home devices. The researchers say hackers can compromise some systems through low security products, like the controls for appliances sprinklers from there, they could access alarms and cameras and turn them off during a crime part of the problem is a centralized system the lousy apps and devices to communicate with each other at the editor's desk this morning. Our thanks to Zach Weber are writers Roger Brown, and Joe Bartoshuk, our assistant producer Matt minke at the web desk. Shannon bloom. Traffic producer Reggie Lockhart and are managing editor. Julie man update. Traffic and weather booming day on the market so far the numbers as well. Coming up WBZ news time nine thirty six. Chicago's Mike Ditka. Fly all of the country for business, and I got sick..
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"I'm Pat Cassidy, and these are the top stories on NewsRadio WBZ and Russia probe special counsel. Robert Muller makes his sentencing recommendation for knife. Former national security adviser Michael Flynn latest from CBS news. This is Bernie to foia far west suburban parents will beginning an eye opening look at ways teenagers hide their drug and alcohol. Use of a law involving religion airs disease in Illinois fears, its meaning may be getting lost in politics sport. Josh lists. Good morning. The do look bulls. Brian brings some fights before falling short Indianapolis Michigan slips by northwestern. Mitch Trubisky puts his throwing shoulder to the task more forty five seventy BBN businesses one. Walter stock markets are closed on this national day of mourning stock index futures are trading though for a while Dow future up one hundred and thirty CBS news update special counsel. Robert Muller wants to give Michael Flynn a break. He's recommending the president's former national security adviser be spared jail time for lying to the FBI. Correspondent Paula Reid is in Washington. We're learning that he's been interviewed by special counsel. Prosecutors nineteen times and what he has provided they describe as so substantial that he should not receive any jail time. And this is some bad news for the president who he and his lawyers have been calling for this investigation to wrap up CBS as we Jiang on what's ahead and Robert Muller's investigation. There's more to come this week from the special counsel's office by Friday, we expect Muller's team to also file memo's revealing new details about former Trump campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, and the president's former personal attorney Michael Cohen Michael Flynn is scheduled to be sentenced in two weeks. CBS news update, I'm Deborah Rodriguez. WBZ news time seven thirty two. Parents in the far, western suburbs will be getting some real life examples of ways their children might be hiding drug and alcohol use from them. Parents are Geneva high school and at central high school in Burlington will be given a wakeup call next month. That's a program in which a life sized teenager's. Bedroom is shown along with at least twenty red flags could signal alcohol or drug use by children red flags that may not be so obvious appearance. Such as a water bottle used to hold alcohol. Daily herald says a Kane county prosecutor witness the presentation in Indiana. And now the program is being brought to.
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"I'm Pat Cassidy, and these are the top stories on NewsRadio WBZ alliens a personal accounts are exposed to the data breach involving a major hotel chain. CBS news has the latest. President Trump reaches a trade deal with Mexico and Canada city hall still buzzing over a coordinated raid of the opposite power for alderman, Ed Burke, and Wisconsin boys recovering after an incident train out of the Christmas story, WBZ sports. Josh Lewis here. Good morning. Mitchell Trubisky appears doubtful to play in Sunday's bears giant's game. Corey Crawford to the Blackhawks. Get roughed up in Winnipeg Dallas bumps off drew Brees and the saints. A slumping bulls tug a four game slide into Detroit more forty seventy BBN businesses. Her Marriott falling after that, data breach. Report. The stock right now down six point three percent at the open. The Dow down forty four NASDAQ up four points high thirty eight today. CBS news update an unpleasant surprise. For Starwood hotel, customers this morning Marriott says it's discovered a breach. That may have exposed personal information like passport and credit card numbers from his many as half a billion customers CBS's beyond Galadriel up says it'll notify all of those customers who are affected, and it has also set up a dedicated website and call center that will answer questions, info dot, Starwood. Hotels dot com. Cybersecurity analyst Adam Levin, extremely careful about phishing attacks. They may get calls from banks claiming that they know that their credit card may have been compromised cause some credit cards will compromise, and it could be a legitimate call, but it could be a fishing. Call an analyst at credit card dot com. Says it may be the second largest data breach in history behind the recent Yahoo breach. CBS news update. I'm Deborah Rodriguez fortunate. The news sponsored by Chicago. E N T at WBZ news time, eight thirty to the United States, Mexico and Canada have made it official signing a new trade agreement. President Trump made the announcement at the g twenty summit in Argentina signatures today. We will formerly declare the intention of our three countries to replace NAFTA with the US MCA a truly groundbreaking achievement modern day agreement the president made that comment while flanked by Mexican president Enrique Pena Nieto and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Senator Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer is calling a Republican majority leader Mitch McConnell to schedule vote for bipartisan legislation to protect the special counsel. Robert Muller's Russia investigation Schumer also commented on President Trump's reaction to the probe calling Muller's investigation. A witch hunt is just a lie, plain and simple ally. Humor says McConnell refuses to bring up the vote Democrats will push to added into. A year and spending agreement. There are many questions still to be answered following federal raids yesterday on the offices of longtime Chicago alderman Edward bird, one person who works here at city hall said this looks personal the raids on finance committee chairman it would Burks offices came about three months before he faces the voters in a contested re-election bid. He has an annual fundraiser scheduled for this coming Tuesday, his wife state supreme court, Justice and Burke was scheduled to be sworn into a new term in a public ceremony. That was reportedly cancelled in lieu of a more private event alderman Howard Brooklyn's junior who has an office near Burke said he didn't want to speculate. But he did question. I listened to the news and read the papers. And I thought that they've been doing anything they close to an election. Some shocking to me is to why something like this. The book is facing four challengers in February at city hall, Craig Delamore, NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. WBZ news time, eight thirty four California software company plans, a major expansion in Chicago. And that's going to mean, a big skyscraper signed let you know about it. The company is Salesforce, which already has fourteen hundred workers in Chicago today. The company is announcing it's adding at least a thousand new jobs over the next few years and his least about a half million square feet of a building under construction at wolf point near the merchandise mart. A change in scientists rules by the city council last month will allow these sales for sign on the building to be as large as eleven hundred square feet. The trip reports people will start moving into the Salesforce tower in twenty twenty three burning to foia NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. The Environmental Protection Agency still has not issued a decision on ethylene oxide emissions from the genetics facility in suburban willowbrook. Hundreds of. People attended a public meeting yesterday evening, which featured EPA assistant administrator William William activists during the Manchester had this message for him I request.
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"I'm Pat Cassidy AccuWeather says enjoy the sun while you can because clouds will roll in today. Followed by some afternoon, showers and thunderstorms. It'll be mild with a high of sixty two degrees. Forty eight right now at O'hare our top local story on NewsRadio those nasty hit and run early this morning on the city's south side left man trapped underneath car WBZ's, Bernie to foia with more Chicago police say a man was dragged several blocks underneath a car shortly. After three this morning. Police say a car believed to be a gray Hyundai Elantra was northbound on. Cottage grove when it turned onto seventy ninth street and hit a man who is in the street. Police say the man was caught underneath the car until Dobson avenue stretch of more than five blocks. The victim was pronounced dead at the scene. Police are still looking for the car and its driver Bernie NewsRadio on one oh five point nine FM. There's a report this morning that the Pittsburgh mass shootings have hit hard for Chicago area woman among the victims were two siblings, seasonal and David Rosenthal. The Tribune says they were brothers of Diane Rosenthal hurt. She's a member of congregation Kaime in ho Lombard. Now, the paper says her brothers were developmentally disabled. Alderman have rejected a proposal to make the police department answerable to a civilian panel. The city council public safety committee voted down the proposal for a civilian police accountability commission that would have had the power to set police policy and hire or fire the superintendent ultimate Tony Bill talked about the estimated cost if the consent decree is going into a faked along with this. We're looking at fifty one point five million dollars total. Excellent. Let's not put a mask on this. But sponsor alderman Carlos Ramirez. Rosas says community activists are undaunted. They're going to have meetings. But I think you heard you know, Frank Chapman the chair of the coalition today. Leo that this is not the end they're going to continue to push forward. He predicts consequences at election time, Craig Delamore NewsRadio. One one zero five point nine FM. De LA Corne McDonald case did not end with the murder conviction of the former police officer who killed him with former Chicago cop Jason Van Dyke in prison for killing McDonald..
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"Good morning. I'm Pat Cassidy breezy today. Accuweather says we'll have plenty of sunshine, and it's going to be cooler than it was yesterday are high near fifty forty two now at O'Hare a top local story on NewsRadio. Mayor Emanuel delivers his final budget address to the city council this morning, a preview now from WBZ political editor Craig Delamore mayor Emanuel is telegraphed some of what will be in this his last budget before now reforms contained in the consent decree. Police accountability will be expensive and have to be paid for. And the mayor has said he wants expansion of the city's mentoring program for. Teenagers and the summer jobs program. But the mayors also said he wants to hold the line on new taxes, fines and fees, though, reportedly there may be a couple of fee increases even frequent critics like alderman Ricardo minnows predict a feel-good spending plan. Would I expect the budget that will have very little pain in? It's too early to say who Chicago's next mayor will be, but it's also clear there will be a lot of work for him or her to do at city hall, Craig Delamore, NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. Nearly two dozen people were hurt this morning when the bus crashed on the city's south side, the bus was heading west on seventy first street at college grove in south Chicago avenue when it went up on the sidewalk and slammed into a traffic signal poll the causes unclear about the fire department says twenty one people on the bus were injured all minor injuries. According to the department all taken to hospitals. The light pole was bent over and the bus had some front end damage on the south side. Mike Crausser NewsRadio one zero five point nine FM to weld county sheriff's. Deputies were shot last night. But neither was seriously hurt reports indicate the officers were attempting to serve a search warrant on a house in Joliet. Play say when they knocked on the door announce who they were someone inside fired several shots through the door. One of the deputies hit in his bulletproof vest, while the other subject, raise will do his arm to people inside the home tried to run from the scene, but we're caught a federal judge in Chicago has sentenced a doctor to twelve years in prison. We're giving out opioids and other drugs in exchange for sex or money Constantino paralysis pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance with the intent to distribute. The US attorney's office says the.
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"I'm rob Hartford, Pat Cassidy, and these are the top stories on NewsRadio WBZ em. Federal investigators are on the scene of a horrific crash that left twenty people dead in upstate New York. The latest coming up from CVS new President Trump is ready to celebrate. The confirmation of his second supreme court Justice another Amazon store with no cash years is set to open in the loop today in Chicago public schools have rescheduled games at were called off after the Jason Van Dyke. Guilty verdict. WBZ sports, this is Rick Greg. Bear's getting back to work off the bye week today. Matt Nagy joys for the coaches show at seven and the bulls meet Charlotte. The Dow is up eight points. Sunny in Chicago, going up to eighty three it's nine thirty one CBS news update news of the worst US transportation accident in almost a decade traveled fast in my gut feeling. I had a feeling it was her and then an investigator came to my house and confirmed Carina Halsey sister. Amanda was one of the twenty people killed when a stretch limousine plowed passed a stop sign. Upstate New York killing everyone inside and to pedestrians outside the country store. My whole family is wondering how was the driver was intoxicated. Why was he going so fast down that hill CBS Tony dokoupil? As in SCO. Harry, New York. The intersection is unusual in that the road comes to a t and it does not appear to be a road where there's going to be a stop sign. The speed limit is fifty five throughout most of the journey, and it feels like it's going to be smooth sailing. So if you're not familiar with these roads, it would be surprising to find a stop sign at the the CBS news has learned the limousine company had pulled. Four cars out of service for safety violations over the past two years. CBS news update, I'm Deborah Rodriguez. WBZ news time nine thirty two. This portion sponsored by air Chicago. President Trump will host a ceremony at the East Room of the White House tonight to celebrate the appointment of Brett Cavanaugh to the supreme court. The tweets has spurred a coal for activism across the country ahead of mid-term elections. Women protested Kavanagh's confirmation from coast to coast. This is about China change, a culture,.
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"I'm Pat Cassidy these are the top stories on NewsRadio WBZ 'em. This is my cruiser in the. Mt. Greenwood neighborhood where an Elsa police officer shot a man who rammed police cars. Cubs fans left to wait till next year after disappointing loss to the rocky. The Rogers park neighborhood is on edge after a pair of deadly shootings this week and President Trump box Christine Blasi forge testimony at a campaign rally in Mississippi WBZ sports, Josh Lewis here. Good morning Colorado berries, the cubs with a thirteen inning win at Wrigley in the wildcard game. Two to one oaklands in New York for tonight's ale. Wildcard the bulls play preseason Bali Milwaukee tonight only a day away from the Blackhawks opener more Forty-five, WBZ and business futures up nine points. Now, NASDAQ futures up twenty four partly cloudy, increasingly windy, warmer, and more humid today and. High of eighty five currently sixty one going up to eighty five WBZ news time, six thirty one and topping our news and also police officer shot a man early this morning in the bordering. Mt. Greenwood neighborhood on Chicago's southwest side. We have a live report from WBZ's, Mike grounds. Felicia also police were pursuing a car just after two this morning when according to Chicago police the driver being pursued hit two squad cars on the Chicago side of the border here near one hundred fifteen then Polaski CPI described that as an aggravated assault and said an officer fired shots hitting the driver. He was hospitalized is condition unknown officers in the squad cars that were hit were also hospitalized as a precaution. This all unfolded down the street from high school and one hundred fifteen street remains blocked off on the west side of Polaski for a couple of blocks in the Mt. Greenwood neighborhood, Mike Kraus's NewsRadio on one point nine FM. The cabs season has come doing a prompt. And with a late night extra inning loss to Colorado in the National League wild card game fans are coming to grips with the defeat. And looking ahead pairs microcosm.
Cargill to pay total of $1.5 million to Muslim workers in Colorado prayer dispute
"Video from outside of the busy. Starbucks in the forty seven hundred block of north Broadway shows there. Suspect. Twenty year old Takeo sweeping the night of November second police say he approached south and John Watkins and another man outside of the shop in what may have been a drug deal and opened fire Watkins was killed the other mad and a twelve year old inside the Starbucks were wounded the Tribune reports sweetening was already in custody on a pending drug case and was denied bail. If convicted on
"Miss you": Accuser thanked Weinstein after alleged rape, lawyers say
"A long time bait shop owner who fought. To protect lake Michigan's perch population Jack. Vodkas operated that's live bait and tackle at northwest Indiana it was, named vets short for veterans the sixty five year old family business sold all kinds of fishing bait. Mainly to catch. Perch which you love, to do and eat on the numbers of purchase Lake, Michigan began dropping the Tribune, says bodice co-founded perch America in nineteen Ninety-three, you met with politicians natural resource officials. Wrote letters even organized a protest to preserve the perch and it mostly worked Jack bodice Eighty-six Pat Cassidy NewsRadio one point nine, FM the. Lawyers for Harvey Weinstein are asking the judge to toss the rape case against him. Revealing evidence they say Prosecutors withheld Harvey Weinstein's lawyer Ben Braff. Men has made it known that his strategy is to claim Weinstein had a, long-term consensual relationship with one of, his, accusers, which, on its own is not. A defense, against rape but in this court filing Brachman argues the grand jury should have at least seen a series. Of emails between them one from less than a month after, the alleged rape. In two thousand thirteen says miss you big. Guy the warm exchanges continue for years. In two thousand seventeen the alleged victim rights I love you always, do but I hate feeling like a booty call the Manhattan DA declined to comment Alex Silverman for. CBS news New. York a female, inmate, who claimed a female corrections officer inappropriately touched her at, the Lake County jail library, pleaded not guilty to charges of filing a, false police report the Lake County news. Sun reports the judge has set a status hearing for thirty six year old Theresa Guzman for August fourteenth Guzman claimed the officer, inappropriately touched. Her back In June goes men, was already in jail awaiting trial on a residential burglary. Case the Indiana state fair is now, up and running more than nine hundred thousand people are expected to make their way to Indianapolis for the fair seventeen day run through August nineteenth this.
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"Middlebrooks Hello there I'm Pat Cassidy he's our top stories on NewsRadio WBZ and going to Trump's former lawyer releases a recording which Mr. Trump appears to know about payments to a former playboy models he'd be has news has the latest local farmers say they're. Feeling depends from global, trade wars remember a missing sailor went overboard, during the race. To mackinac sport Josh Lewis here good. Morning, with Kris Bryant out injured again the cubs come up short of the. Diamondbacks and play in this afternoon Carlos were Don throws. The White Sox past the angels rematch tonight don't work for the bears, on their off day. More forty five PM. Business morning this is Len Walter the US warns of writing hacker threats to SAP and oracle business software, at the open Dow down fifty seven NASDAQ off practice and the s&p down one. And one half. High Eighty-eight today CBS news update President Trump is Responding to a thousand sixteen phone conversation about paying for the, story of a former playboy model in a tweet this morning he asks what kind. Of lawyer would, tape a client Under investigation by federal prosecutors Mr. Trump's former attorney. Michael Cohen has given the recording to CNN CBS's,.
Trump criticizes FCC for moving to block Sinclair-Tribune merger
"Time good. Morning I'm Felicia middlebrooks. Welcome. Back Felicien he'll good morning everybody I'm Pat Cassidy down. A gorgeous, forecast compliments. Evacuate today mostly sunny very warm are high Eighty-eight degrees closer to eighty at. The lakefront sixty eight at. O'Hare top local story on NewsRadio the Chicago school board today will consider a nearly eight billion dollar spending. Plan for the coming school year live with details. WB gums Bernie to foia out the proposed school system budget includes one hundred and eleven million dollars more from the state of Illinois and putting the public. Schools on a better financial, footing even. The watchdog civic federation, supports it the sun times says that's. The first time since twenty eleven. The group has given the CPS Budget a thumbs up during this. Election year the school system. Plans to spend nearly a billion dollars on physical school improvements but seven hundred fifty million of those dollars. Will be borrowed money reporting live burning to foia. NewsRadio on one point nine FM memorial service for missing crew member John Santarelli overshadow yesterday's award ceremonies for the Chicago to mackinac yacht race yacht club Commodore. Leaf Sigmund called for a, moment of. Silence after paying tribute, to Santa a rally our crew members. Of our family enduring this race We we Salvi lost one of the best many Thomas skippers, the goblin, and said, he considered Santa rally a close friend. Volunteered for so many things we would, refuse is volunteer effort on on on many occasions You've done too much HAMAs said the loss will. Be felt for a long time Bob Roberts NewsRadio and what I'll find point nine. FM divers have recovered the body but twenty four year old. Woman a day after she disappeared from Marquette park beach in Indiana Twenty-four-year-old, Thira hardy had gone swimming Monday evening with friends after lifeguards were. Off duty hardy was last seen as a wave crashed over her head Gary police say the national, weather, service had issued. A beach hazard statement Monday for strong waves at. Three, to four feet and rip. Currents the, Lake County marine unit found Hardee's body about a quarter mile from, where she was last seen swimming Hardy's friends survived onlookers had helped them out of the choppy water. Michelle Fiori NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM President Trump wants to see, a media marriage move forward but the Federal Communications Commission. Isn't an agreement that has the nation's chief, executive pretty angry and emotion he expressed a tweet Mr. Trump came to the defensive Sinclair broadcast group's propose Three point nine billion dollar media merger with Tribune media after the FCC raised some serious concerns that infer. The companies misled federal regulators WBZ news time six oh aid traffic and weather together on the eight sponsored by Packy. Web toward here's boat, around getting heavier progressively on the expressways tollways this morning the Edens inbound you're. Seeing brake lights as you approach the. Kennedy but no major travel time issues just nineteen minutes from. Lake cook into the junction nineteen on the outbound trip the Kennedy inbound is pretty heavy from ever road to Nagel twenty four minutes from O'Hare to downtown ten in from the. Edens twenty three minutes on your outbound trip to O'Hare Eisenhower inbound at thirty eight. Minutes that's from route three ninety into the burn interchange twenty. Five on, the drive in from Mannheim eighteen out to Mannheim thirty one, minutes out to three ninety Stevenson inbound forty seven minutes from three. Fifty five to lakeshore drive in twenty-six on the trip in from the tri-state but no outbound fifty-five, issues, as thirty minutes. From lake shore drive out to three fifty five. On, the Dan Ryan down twenty. Eight minutes, from ninety fifth into the burn interchange Deva crash on the shoulder, on the Chinatown exit to look out for no outbound delays on the Dan Ryan I fifty seven. Is all clear both in and out the Bishop Ford's. Slow as you approach The, merge twenty one minutes from eighty ninety four. In no outbound. Delays lakeshore drive, both north, and southbound looking okay on the Tri state. Tollway the northbound lanes or slow from Saint Charleston Balmoral but, no southbound delays report onto ninety, four, the Jane Addams in the Reagan both looking okay so far this morning the atoms tapping the brakes as, you approach the Kennedy the Reagan a, bit slow as, you approach the Eisenhower but no major issues for, fifty five route fifty three both, looking all right I eighty both east and westbound in. Great shape and north. West eighty ninety four and I sixty five or looking pretty good but on the Indiana toll road westbound got some issues that US four twenty one that's because of a crash involving, a semi all, lanes remain blocked ninety four is going to be your best, alternate through north west India looks like if. You're westbound the Indiana. Toll road you being diverted off at state road thirty nine right now so I, ninety four much better option heading westbound through northwest Indiana in park ridge earlier crash evolving utility pole down had Oaten closed between western night it is now reopened traffic is getting through.
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"The developing story which we've been following for the last ten minutes on wbz and president trump tweeting that embattled epa administrator scott pruitt has resigned from the administration there have been a number of stories about administrator pruitt's conflicts while he served as the administrator of the environmental protection agency mr trump thanking him for his service the deputy administrator will run the agency until a new administrator is appointed activists are planning a weekend march to call for indiana attorney general curtis hilde resign mid allegations that he inappropriately touched a state lawmaker in three other women organizers say saturday's march will start at the indiana statehouse hill has said he has no plans to resign he called an inquiry into the matter deeply troubling baltimore firefighters evacuated to medical research buildings due to possible to berkey laos's contamination of johns hopkins medicine spokeswoman says the fire department is investigating the possible release of a small amount of tuberculosis and an internal bridge between to cancer research buildings officials did not say how it might have been released a typo mistakenly turned a us senate candidates name into that of a sandwich a connecticut post reports that a banner on senate candidate dominic robb pennies website reads approved by dominic panini well when told about mistake repeating told the newspaper all my god you're kidding me the mistake was fixed this afternoon a hip hop festival in aurora scheduled for next saturday has been called off organizers of the art of rap festival scheduled for july fourteenth river edge park in aurora say it just didn't work out this year we're hoping to bounce back for a return next summer organizers set in a message they'll meet with rap hiphop are nba artisan presenters this fall the goal of putting together a festival next summer showcasing local talent possibly a national headliner pat cassidy news right on one point nine fm at the editor's desk.
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"Go to sleepnumber dot com abm news time one eleven the wisconsin supreme court says police can legally draw blood from suspected drunken drivers who are unconscious the wisconsin high court ruled five to to the drivers automatically consent to a blood draw when they drive on wisconsin roads the case involved demand stop for drunk driving you passed out after he was arrested please took him to a hospital where blood was drawn he argued that violated his constitutional rights wisconsin court found that drivers who drank themselves into unconsciousness forfeit any opportunity to withdraw that consent pat cassidy news right on one point nine fm the thirty four year old melrose park man sentenced to eighteen years in prison for the drug related death of another man kevin liska was found guilty on a felony charge of drug induced thomas i'd liska was charged with selling the heroin that led to the overdose death of twenty six year old marcus penton of naperville three and a half years ago state of illinois wants to shut down a couple of landfills in lasalle county the illinois torney general lisa madigan claims that soil samples inspections found harmful materials into landfills in sheridan the move comes days after the better government association investigation pointed out concerns among sheridan residents about potential drinking water contamination david rising is where is the president and ceo of the attorney general began proceedings to pressure the owner of these two sites in the sheridan glenville to clean up their act and that's the point at which we really began to see significant action in this area madigan's asking the lasalle county judge to stop operations at the.
Deborah Rodriguez, Reporter and Trump discussed on WBBM Morning News
"Newsradio dot com good morning i'm felicia middlebrooks hello i'm pat cassidy and these are the top stories on newsradio wbz aboriginals are working out a plan to rescue a soccer team stranded the flooded cave in thailand she has news has the latest chicago police will be out in force for the fourth of july holiday this is jim good humour more candidates for illinois governor have secured spots on the november ballot wbz sports josh list kabbadi kyle hendricks starts this afternoon's cubs tigers game at wrigley field chris voss stat and the white sox let the reds off the hook losing five three rematch tonight golden state adds another all star more on the world cup fortyfive how many bbn business this is motor with you president trump moves to block china mobile's who entry on security concerns stock index futures here this morning are higher markets close early at twelve noon our time high today eighty nine cbs news update the jubilation over the discover three of twelve boys and their soccer coach in a flooded cave in thailand has turned to concern over how to get them out cbs has been tracy is in xiang ride after either bring the boys out the same way the rescuers went in which were trained maybe feel divers where guidemap winning through these narrow pathways cave or the other option is they simply leave the boys in there until the floodwaters sided out where they can get out the problem with that is there's more heavy rain in the forecast and that could be it could be months they just don't know reporter howard johnson is on the scene this is the rainy season it lost to the end of september or october so if it's not raining heavily again the levels could go up despite all the pumping efforts down the hill there is a report tie police may consider charges against the coach for leading the boys into the cave a week and a half ago cbs news update i'm deborah rodriguez.
Two shootings in Chicago minutes apart leave 1 dead, 9 wounded
"Felicia middlebrooks good morning chicago good morning felicien pat cassidy by the dodge early light on rise just minutes away accuweather says we have a flash flood watch for one pm through one o'clock in the morning tomorrow mostly cloudy becoming more humid couple of showers and thunderstorms are high seventy nine degrees sixty seven at o'hare a top local story on newsradio one dead nine wounded in two separate shootings at your kaga within minutes of each other at ten forty five last night six people were hit by gunfire in the thirty nine hundred block of south vincent's all expected to survive that about five minutes later a nineteen year old man was shot and killed his two blocks away from the west palm it park on the far south side three other people were wounded no rush our motives given to principals have lost their jobs in the wake of an investigation into the sexual abuse of students in the chicago public schools to seasoned principles will take over their responsibilities she retired principals will look after the schools for now david gilligan at sarah good stem academy and patricia woodson at simeon career academy chicago public schools issued a statement that says every adult who serves in the district has a responsibility to protect students from harm two years ago and allegations surfaced about a track coach groping a former simeon student a new sexual abuse claim at the same school involves a volunteer a good high school teacher was removed earlier this month for possible sexual abuse michelle fiore.
Teen faces felony charge for recording conversation with school principals
"Is ridiculous news time to eleven governor rounders latest public statement about african americans again has drawn the ire of the legislative black caucus yesterday on a springfield radio station router said quote black legislators really have not been serving the community very well they've been to loyal to mike madigan and his machine state representative juliana stratton who is the democratic running mate of gubernatorial candidate pritzker says router statement is an insult to african americans you do not get to speak for us bruce router after calling our school's crumbling prisons and be towing their funding on tuesday rounder was on a chicago radio station and said he's accomplished more things for the black community than any illinois governor a local documentary makers attempting to raise money to tell the story of a musical band made up of people wrongly convicted of crimes bm's bernie to foyer reports jeff mark is trying to raise one hundred thousand dollars on indie gogo and he has two weeks to do it he wants to tell the story of the band called exonerate made up of five men from around the country who spent years in prison for crimes they did not do according to block club chicago antoine day of the austin neighborhood is part of that group he's been ten years behind bars for a murder he did not commit bernie to foia newsradio one oh five point nine fm a thirteen year old boy in far south suburban man tino faces a felony charge for recording his school's principal and assistant principal without their consent paul born says he recorded his conversation with them to protect himself when he was asked why he wasn't showing up for detention protection because they're adults in usually their word against mine if convicted boron could face a twenty five thousand dollar fine and possibly be sentenced to one to three years in a juvenile center some maryville residents want something done about a neighborhood neighbor's pit bull dog after several recent attacks seventy two year old gregory sanchez junior says was the fourth attack by the pit bull dog over the last couple of years this time it charged him and his own garage sanchez telling the tribune all i can do is use his hedge scissors against the animal going at it like edward scissorhands sanchez wasn't hurt but hours earlier the dog bit an eight year old neighbor girl six times the dog is now with maryvale animal control pending the outcome of its owner patricia ward court date pat cassidy news right on one point nine fm accuweather just seconds away wbz.
Paul McCartney expected to release 17th solo album this fall
"The aurora election commission has been eliminated or voters said last march they wanted the oil election commission gone judge david ackerman has issued orders closing it down the beacon news reports election related matters will now be handled by the county clerk's from the parts of town now in kane will and kendall counties including the upcoming november six election the judge did not rule on how the almost half a million dollars left for the commission should be allocated the money's in a trust for people to make claims pat cassidy newsradio one point nine fm paul mccartney is expected to release his seventeenth solo album this fall that's the song come on to me which paul mccartney has released as a double a side with the song i don't know they will appear on his new album egypt station out september seventh mccartney named the album after one of his paintings he says egypt station is a dream location that the music emanates from and each song is a different station mccartney debuted the song come on to me two weeks ago and surprise gig at a tiny club in liverpool i'm archie zaraleta police in maine were lead on a three mile low speed chase of a farm tractor the tractor apparently fled a traffic stop and police stopped the driver after he knocked over cones in a construction zone the fortyoneyearold driver allegedly got back up on the tractor and took off slowly as police followed him for miles the farm tractor was hauling large piece of machinery during the low speed chase and police say the driver is charged with failing to stop for a police officer and driving to endanger business news coming up next wbz news time nine fifty four what does your morning sounds like baby she's finally asleep.
Concealed Carry License Holder Shoots Attempted Armed Robber
"Story at a time good morning i'm felicia middlebrooks good morning breakfast lovers i'm pat cassidy we've got a few showers in the mix this morning they won't last it'll be cooler says accuweather you'll see a little sunshine temperatures falling this morning then they'll go back up to a high of sixty six degrees sixty eight now at o'hare our top local story on newsradio few robbers got more than they expected while trying to hold up a man of the south east side last night let's go to the street for details from wbz bernie to foia scotto police say a sixteen year old boy and three accomplices walked up to a sixty three year old man and another person on eightieth and oglesby and pulled out weapons and demanded the victim's belongings the sixty three year old is a concealed carry permit holder her and pulled out his own gun and fired shots hitting the sixteen year old in his right knee the other three suspects ran away turns out the teenagers gun was not real and he was taken to a hospital in serious condition detectives are investigating reporting live bernie newsradio on one or five point nine fm state police say a chicago firefighter was driving the wrong way and the northbound lanes of i fifty seven sunday night when he was involved in a crash killing him and another driver fiveyearold bryan scofield came from a big family big family from the south side of the south side irish arrivals both scofield's brother robert tells wbz beyond that ryan was older when he started the fire academy run we saw so he tried hardy but everything everything he did and what is the most talented guy but he made the most of what he had robert scofield says his brother brian had two adult daughters and grandchildren and to fourteen year old daughter just graduating from grammar school very driven to do well in school steve miller.