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"richard hatcher" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:06 min | 3 months ago

"richard hatcher" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"18 years old, were shot around 11 30 while they walked on the sidewalk in the 3200 block of West Chicago. Gary South Shore Railcats Stadium was the backdrop last night for a viewing of an historic political moment that happened in Gary in 1970 to the National Black Convention Nation time. Gary 1972 and Gary Indiana was in the national spotlight. A Who's who of influential black people would converge in the city to help shape like America's political agenda. Mayor Richard Hatcher was the catalyst. Karen touring high school freshman at the time, says the whole city was excited. Our teachers talked about it at the grocery store they talked about at the barbershop. They talked about it because everybody was coming. Sydney. Kwasi was there. Mohammed Ali was there. Corretta Scott King was there. Shirley Chisholm was there, touring founder and director of the Gary International Black Film Festival, says the convention was an inflection point for Black America. At the end of the convention, the leadership got together and they wrote the 1972 Declaration. And when I read it I was like, Did they write this last week? Because it is so into with this particular political moment you can view nation time. Gary Online at bit dot l y forward slash Nation time online. Keith Johnson used radio 105.9 glasses that Mahatma Gandhi once war have fetched $260,000 at a British auction auctioneer Andrew Stowe says. Glasses were sitting in the mailbox one morning and the owner apparently had no idea. The famous spectacles were worth anything. This kind of rather discreet white envelope quite literally hanging out of our letterbox. We took it in. Open it up and inside, there was this Paris spectacle was along with a little note, which said. These once belonged to Gandhi. Give me a cool stow says the owner of the glasses, was an elderly man who said he would split the money with his daughter. They had been handed down from generation to generation in the owner's family after a relative met Gandhi in a visit to South Africa in the 19 twenties. Coming up on 90. Seconds inside Business with Jeff, Cold and W BB of news.

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"richard hatcher" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:35 min | 3 months ago

"richard hatcher" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"20 Our top story this hour following hours of debate In a rare Saturday session, House of Representatives passes a $25 million bill to shore up the Postal Service have much more on that story Coming up at 9 31 right here on news radio. The side of the tragic and landmark 1908 race riots in Springfield has been given federal recognition, pushing it towards national historic Monument status. On August 14th 1908, a white mob rioted upon learning that two black men jailed on suspicion of rape and attempted murder involving white women. Were spirited out of the county. The two day May lay claim 16 lives and fuel the formation of the CCP. Interior Secretary David Bernhardt signed a declaration adding The area near downtown Springfield to the National Park Service is African American Civil rights network legislation to authorize a national historic monument status. A way to vote in the U. S. House. Dave Marceta NewsRadio 105.9 FM Garry South Shore Railcats Stadium is the backdrop tonight for a viewing of an historic political moment that happened in Gary Back in 1970 to the National Black Convention Nation time. Gary 1972 and Gary Indiana was in the national spotlight. A Who's who of influential black people would converge in the city to help shape like America's political agenda. Mayor Richard Hatcher was the catalyst, Karen touring high school freshman at the time, says The whole city was excited. Our teachers talked about it at the grocery store They talked about at the barber shop. They talked about it because everybody was coming. Sydney, Cua Ta was there. Mohammed Ali Was there. Corretta Scott King was there. Shirley Chisholm was there. Touring founder and director of the Gary International Black Film Festival, says the convention was an inflection point for Black America. At the end of the convention, the need ER ship got together and they wrote the 1972 Declaration. Ocean, and when I read it, I was like Did they write this last week? Because it is so into with this particular political moment you can view nation time. Gary Online at bit dot l y forward slash Nation time online. Keith Johnson used radio 105.9 FM business news from Bloomberg coming up how the MLB is looking into cameras to help enforce wearing masks at games. BBM News time 9 22 Hannah complained.

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"richard hatcher" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"richard hatcher" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"What apple you news radio campaign twenty twenty on KYW newsradio former Philadelphia mayor Michael Nutter takes a job in the campaign of former mayor Michael Bloomberg more on that from our city hall bureau chief load it seemed early on in the Democratic sweepstakes at Philadelphia might be a solid block for favorite son Joe Biden but last month mayor Jim Kenney endorsed Elizabeth Warren and now former mayor Nutter has thrown in his lot with new York's former mayor Democratic Party chair Bob Brady says he believes they'll be back in the biting camp when the primary is over is very very early at the Michael not are being for Bloomberg does not surprise me they were friends when they were buyers indeed matter sites working with Bloomberg on issues of mutual concern as one reason he believes Bloomberg is the best candidate what are we and Philadelphia when I was there that a lot of things together back before they are ready and the other work what does that get things done and I'm a huge fan of admirers and the great sport of honors as both he and Bloomberg are most focused on defeating president trump at city hall Pat lobe K. Y. W. newsradio another political item this morning for you even though house speaker Nancy Pelosi has you have to send the articles of impeachment to the Senate president trump's legal teen already starting to make a defense strategy is to be as White House correspondent Paul reed president trump wants a made for TV impeachment trial in the Senate and his team is moving ahead with the preparation president trump's top lawyer and legislative aide arrived on Capitol Hill to toward the Senate floor before it's transformed into a courtroom as presents.

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"richard hatcher" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"richard hatcher" Discussed on WJR 760

"Lakes seven sixty WJAR we're Detroit comes got reduction mayor dies I'm only a Francis the trump administration is set to announce a reduction of US troops from Afghanistan following a diplomatic push to renew peace talks with the Taliban was one of Ryan Braun reported ministration it is moving to announce a with blue withdrawal from Afghanistan of about four thousand troops other currently about twelve to thirteen thousand troops US troops currently in Afghanistan performing a variety of missions primarily training advising the Afghan forces in the battle the Taliban al Qaeda and ISIS we're being told that the decision to withdraw the troops could be announced soon since two thousand one the US to spend nearly one hundred thirty three billion dollars on the reconstruction of Afghanistan five aids to a house Democrat who plans to switch parties and become Republicans say the resigning five have written a letter saying they can no longer work for New Jersey congressman Jeff Andrew because his party swap doesn't align with the values they brought to the job enter the Democrats most vocal point of impeachment made the decision to leave the Democrats after a personal meeting with trump on Friday one of the first black mayors of a large US city has died Piper is more on the death of former Gary Indiana mayor Richard Hatcher he was first elected to Indiana's second largest city in nineteen sixty seven members the same your Carl Stokes another black Democrat was elected mayor of Cleveland Hetrick faced opposition for the Lake County democratic machine in that first run for office but he won the primary and while campaigning for the general election the machine backed his Republican opponent had Kerr served five terms and became a national spokesman for civil rights in American cities Richard Hatcher was eighty six by a police have fired tear gas against demonstrators in Hong Kong effectively ending a hot shorts glow in the protest violence there police say they fired that choking gas after on restaurant in overnight.

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"richard hatcher" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"richard hatcher" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Of US troops from Afghanistan following a diplomatic push to renew peace talks with the Taliban was one of Ryan Braun reported ministration it is moving to an ounce of with love withdrawal from Afghanistan of about four thousand troops that are currently about twelve to thirteen thousand troops US troops currently in Afghanistan performing a variety of missions are primarily training advising the Afghan forces in the battle the Taliban al Qaeda and ISIS we're being told that the decision to withdraw the troops could be announced soon since two thousand one the US is spent nearly one hundred thirty three billion dollars on the reconstruction of Afghanistan five eights to a house Democrat who plans to switch parties and become Republicans say the resigning five have written a letter saying they can no longer work for New Jersey congressman Jeff Andrew because his party swap doesn't align with the values they brought to the job enter the Democrats most vocal point of impeachment made the decision to leave the Democrats after a personal meeting with trump on Friday one of the first black mayors of a large US city has died Piper is more on the death of former Gary Indiana mayor Richard Hatcher he was first elected to Indiana's second largest city in nineteen sixty seven members the same you're Carl Stokes another black Democrat was elected mayor of Cleveland Hatcher faced opposition for the Lake County democratic machine in that first run for office but he won the primary and while campaigning for the general election the machine backed his Republican opponent had Kerr served five terms and became a national spokesman for civil rights in American cities Richard Hatcher was eighty six by a police have fired tear gas against demonstrators in Hong Kong effectively ending on a short glow in the protest violence there police say they find that choking gas after on rest or rocket overnight the long Kerr district.

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"richard hatcher" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"richard hatcher" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"As the Senate will hear from both sides during the impeachment trial to respect due process I think that means we allow both sides to present their case we should allow the house managers to do their very best to present their case but you can be sure we're going to allow the president to defend himself as well and that means I believe if the president wants to call witnesses of the president wants to call hunter Biden or wants to call the whistle blower the Senate should allow the president to do so senator Ted Cruz says of the impeachment case by house Democrats he is a failure for weeks and months they've been promising evidence of criminal conduct that bad at all of the head admitted that the evidence doesn't support all of the all of their their attacks that have to happen before I think this is the beginning of the end for this show trial that we've seen in the house I think it's going to come to the Senate we're gonna have fair proceedings and then and then it's not going anywhere because the facts aren't there the senator from Texas appeared earlier on ABC's this week former Gary Indiana mayor Richard Hatcher who became one of the first black mayors of big U. S. city has died his family says Hatcher died Friday night at a Chicago hospital surrounded by family and loved ones Hatcher had to overcome opposition from the local democratic machine to become mayor of what was then Indiana's second largest city in a surprise win in nineteen sixty seven he went on to serve five terms Hatcher was eighty six years old Rhonda roster report China's postponing punitive tariffs on US made automobiles and other goods following an interim trade deal with Washington Sunday's announcement came after Washington agreed to postpone a planned terrify com one hundred sixty billion dollars of Chinese goods and cut in half penalties are already imposed US trade representative Robert light Haidar said China committed to.

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"richard hatcher" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"richard hatcher" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Station impeachment vote senator decision I'm in Kate's the full house will vote on the articles of impeachment this week house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff tells ABC's this week the president is responsible for his own impeachment it was the day after Bob Waller testified the day after Donald Trump felt that he was beyond accountability for his first misconduct that he was back on the phone this time with presents the Lynskey a trying to get that country to help him cheat the next election that told me this president believes he's above the law and accountable to no one and that this road was necessary and and I think it very much is senator Lindsey Graham appearing on CBS's face the nation says he's ready for when the process moves to his chamber I am clearly made up my mind I'm not trying to hide the fact that I have disdain for the accusations in the process so I don't need any witnesses the president can make a request to call witnesses they can make a record request or call Mike pence and palm pale and Joe Biden hunter Biden I am ready to vote on the underlying articles I don't really need to hear a lot of witnesses one of the first black mayors of a major US city has died correspondent Pat Piper on the life of former Gary Indiana mayor Richard Hatcher he was first elected to Indiana's second largest city in nineteen sixty seven I was the same you're Carl Stokes another black Democrat was elected mayor of Cleveland hatred faced opposition to the Lake County democratic machine and that first run for office but he won the primary and while campaigning for the general election the machine backed his Republican opponent Hatcher served five terms and became a national spokesman for civil rights in American cities Richard Hatcher was eighty six British prime minister Boris Johnson is pushing to get brags that done before January thirty first Johnson will introduce legislation in parliament before Christmas to withdraw the United Kingdom from the European Union that of his Conservative Party has won reelection.

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"richard hatcher" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"richard hatcher" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"The president is responsible for his own impeachment it was the day after Bob Waller testified the day after Donald Trump felt that he was beyond accountability for his first misconduct that he was back on the phone this time with presents a Lynskey a trying to get that country to help him cheat the next election that told me this present believes he's above the law and accountable to no one and that this road was necessary and and I think very much is senator Lindsey Graham appearing on CBS's face the nation says he's ready for when the process moves to his chamber I am clearly made up my mind I'm not trying to hide the fact that I have disdain for the accusations in the process so I don't need any witnesses the president can make a request to call witnesses they can make a record I request a call Mike pence and palm pale and Joe Biden hunter Biden I am ready to vote on the underlying articles I don't really need to hear a lot of witnesses one of the first black mayors of a major US city has died correspondent Pat Piper on the life of former Gary Indiana mayor Richard Hatcher he was first elected to Indiana's second largest city in nineteen sixty seven members the same your Carl Stokes another black Democrat was elected mayor of Cleveland Hatcher faced opposition to the Lake County democratic machine in that first run for office but he won the primary and while campaigning for the general election the machine backed his Republican opponent had her serve five terms and became a national spokesman for civil rights in American cities Richard Hatcher was eighty six British prime minister Boris Johnson is pushing to get brags that done before January thirty first Johnson will introduce legislation in parliament before Christmas to withdraw the United Kingdom from the European Union that of his Conservative Party has won reelection I'm in Kate's your home is important that's why geico helps make it easy to save on homeowners insurance because home is more than just a place home is where you curl up on the couch in a fetal position and cry.

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Former Gary Mayor Richard Hatcher Dies; One Of First African American Mayors Of Big U.S. City

Laura Ingraham

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Former Gary Mayor Richard Hatcher Dies; One Of First African American Mayors Of Big U.S. City

"One of the first black mayors of a major US city has died correspondent Pat Piper on the life of former Gary Indiana mayor Richard Hatcher he was first elected to Indiana's second largest city in nineteen sixty seven members the same your Carl Stokes another black Democrat was elected mayor of Cleveland Hatcher faced opposition to the Lake County democratic machine in that first run for office but he won the primary and while campaigning for the general election the machine backed his Republican opponent had her serve five terms and became a national spokesman for civil rights in American cities Richard Hatcher was eighty

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"richard hatcher" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"richard hatcher" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Military service academy athletes we get more from White House correspondent Greg close them during a visit to the one hundred twentieth annual army navy football game in Philadelphia the president discussed a new policy that allows service academy athletes to deferred their military service to pursue careers in professional sports he mentioned the policy during pregame visits to both the army and navy locker rooms the president said he was giving those athletes with pro provincial the chance to make a fortune in their professional career before fulfilling their military obligation or repaying the costs of their education great Clarkston the White House China is postponing punitive tariffs on US made cars and other things following an interim trade deal with Washington this past week this morning's announcement came after the trump administration agreed to postpone a planned terrifying on one hundred sixty billion dollars of Chinese goods and cut in half penalties that already were imposed former Gary Indiana mayor Richard Hatcher who became one of the first black mayors of a major US city has passed away his family says Hatcher died Friday night at a Chicago hospital surrounded by family and loved ones Hatcher had to overcome opposition from the local democratic machine to become mayor of what was then Indiana's second largest city in a surprise win in nineteen sixty seven he went on to serve five terms Hatcher was eighty six years old Rhonda roster reporting weapons official news agency says attackers in the country's north set fire to the offices of two major political parties today the assaults come just hours after a violent government crackdown on protesters rock Beirut throughout the night it was the worst crack down by the government since nationwide demonstrations began in Lebanon.

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"richard hatcher" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"richard hatcher" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Past behavior house Judiciary Committee chair Jerry Nadler on ABC's this week this is a crime in progress against the constitution against American democracy we cannot take the risk that the next election will be corrupted through foreign interference solicited by the present which who which is clearly trying to do Republican Lindsey Graham on CBS's face the nation as Republican Senate leaders coordinate with the White House preparing for a potential January trial in the Senate your weapon Ising impeachment and I want to end it I don't want to legitimize it I hate what they're doing CBS news update I'm but Michigan WBBM news time eight thirty two this portion the news sponsored by green tea services a former long time mayor of Gary Indiana has died Richard Hatcher took office in nineteen sixty eight and served as the mayor of Gary for twenty years highlights of his ten year included the construction of low income housing and the first public housing units in the city in nearly two decades however crime was a constant issue by nineteen eighty four Gary had the highest per capita homicide rate in the country and you're also served as an adviser to president Lyndon B. Johnson and Jimmy Carter on civil rights and urban policy family members say he died earlier this week at a Chicago hospital Hatcher was eighty six eighty Dane newsradio one oh five point nine FM mayor Lightfoot is unhappy with the hallmark channel's decision to stop running ads that show two brides kissing at a same sex wedding hallmarks decision follows a petition from the conservative group one million moms which claims he got twenty five thousand signatures from people demanding hallmark remove the ads for the wedding planning website Zola Lightfoot who is in a same sex marriage says hallmark made the wrong decision to really support.

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"richard hatcher" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"richard hatcher" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Stable condition police say five other people were inside the house at the time but no one else was injured and no one is in custody the Aurora woman charged with first degree murder for the death of her infant son has been found unfit to stand trial here's WGN's David Jennings again girly judge's order tribute Jones to undergo a year of inpatient treatment of the state's department of Human Services after a valuation in October for a mental disability Aurora police found her baby boy unconscious and not breathing at a home on June twenty first he died in Chicago hospital June twenty fifth police say Jones admitted to beating the boy against a piece of furniture and leaving him unconscious on the floor for some time before asking a neighbor to call nine one one David Jennings WGN news international climate talks of closed with negotiators postponing until next year a key decision on global carbon markets after two weeks of talks on talking about global warming delegates from almost two hundred nations past declarations on Sunday calling for greater ambition and cutting greenhouse gases and in helping poor countries suffering the effects of climate change but despite holding the longest talks ever they left one of the thorniest issues for the next twenty twenty climate summit in Glasgow environmental groups and activists are accusing the world's richer countries of showing little commitment to seriously tackling climate change one person was killed outside the south loop postal facility early this morning at canal and Polk streets police say the driver of a Dodge van crashed into a wall and caught fire in nearby semi also caught fire police have not released the name of the van's driver don't know why he crashed into the wall and the first African American elected mayor of Gary has passed away Richard Hatcher was eighty six when he passed away on Friday here's WGN TV star mom Bradley catcher service Gary's mayor from nineteen sixty seven and nineteen eighty eight his family released a statement saying he was surrounded by loved ones in his final days and they're proud of the life he lived they touted his contributions to racial and economic justice along with his service to the city of Gary funeral arrangements are pending he is survived by his wife and three children WGN sports Jo brand two goals from Brandon Saad one from Patrick Kane that had the black ox up three nothing over Saint Louis in the third period last night then the blues roared back for four straight goals with venture money makes a mistake when a family players so yeah there's a time and place for that no question but I think the the real issue is that up and down the line if we don't do the.

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"richard hatcher" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"richard hatcher" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Economic development or health care the issue of race seems to come up often in Chicago and it's been an issue since before the Chicago urban league was created in nineteen sixteen so we ask how medical home in the urban league senior vice president for external affairs if it seems that things are getting better here or worse both she said we now have an African American female mayor for the city of Chicago so we can't deny some progress at the same time I think tensions in this city and across the country I racial issues are still very real there still is a lot of hatred and discrimination out there and quite frankly in the city of Chicago a lot of it is systemic in institutionalized bear lorry Lightfoot so she's trying to address many of the systemic problems with her policies and initiatives Craig Delaware newsradio one oh five point nine FM yeah we talk about the pervasive issues of race in Chicago on at issue this week and you can hear more coming up at nine thirty this evening he made history fifty two years ago when he became the first African American mayor in the history of Gary Richard Hatcher has died at the age of eighty six he won his first election by running against corruption in city government a lot warmer of war as well correct machine control of the city government this is a great a great day for the city of yeah he was in office for twenty years and after he left city Holly went into teaching is daughter is in Indiana state representative the Schomburg police department will get into the holiday spirit this morning with its annual shop with a cop event police officers will help children from underprivileged families pick out Christmas gifts at the Woodfield target the police department says the event is also an opportunity for officers to team up with children to get positive things accomplished we'll check the accu weather five day forecast and sports coming up next WBBM news time seven twelve the.

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"richard hatcher" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"richard hatcher" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Janine herbst you. In climate change negotiators are still in Madrid at a stalemate. The meeting was supposed to have ended yesterday yesterday. Now many worry that the talks may be facing failure at a critical time for climate action. Lyndsey Patterson has more the UN summit continues this weekend with with dimming hopes that world powers would take the bold steps necessary to curb the effects of climate change and new draft text released. Saturday was called unacceptable. Oh by delegates who had hoped to see ambitious new goals for slashing global greenhouse emissions. They said it risked moving the Paris agreement backwards just before it started in twenty twenty. Scientists agree that nations will have to step up their commitments in order to keep global temperature rise under a critical threshold for NPR news news. I'm Lindsay Paterson in Barcelona Sudan's former dictator. Omar el-Bashir has been sentenced to two years of detention for corruption and here is eight or Peralta reports on the controversial ruling as the judge in the case began to read his verdict. There was chaos speak to showed supporters of Omar Al-Bashir protesting testing his conviction. They were escorted out by security forces in the judge said he was sentencing Bashir to only two years in detention because of his advanced age but she will also not serve that time in prison but at a much nicer detention facility with access to his family members but she was ousted earlier this year in a military coup is wanted for genocide by the International Criminal Court but sedans new government has refused to turn him over pro. Democracy groups have complained. That state prosecutors are treating Bashir with kid gloves trying him for much lesser crimes. It brought up impair news Nairobi. A state of emergency has has been declared in New Orleans as officials deal with a cyber attack. phishing attempts and suspicious activity were discovered in the cities network yesterday morning prompting the city to power down servers and computers as a precaution officials say ransomware was detected. So far ransom hasn't been demanded New Orleans. Mayor Latoya Cantrell we. We are in recovery mode. There is no evidence of personal data being lost at this time credentials were compromised iced. But again we are now beginning recovery. Cantrell she says she expects the data loss has been minimal. The FBI is joining the investigation. Former Gary Indiana mayor. Richard Hatcher has died. He was one of the first black mayor of a major city when he was elected in nineteen sixty seven becoming a political force worse for African Americans. He organized the Nineteen Seventy Two national black political convention Gary and also served as the chair of Jesse Jackson's nineteen eighty four and eighty eight presidential campaigns. He overcame opposition from the local democratic machine to win his first election. He went on to serve five terms he was eighty six. You're listening to. NPR News those planning to sign up for healthcare using the exchanges set up by the affordable. Hair cat characte. Rather don't have much time left. And here's here's Mary Kennedy. Reports Sunday is the final day to sign up for Obamacare Open. Enrollment for twenty twenty is coming to a close ending a seven week period in which people could enrol or change their insurance plans through the federal marketplace despite changes to obamacare under the trump administration millions of people are still getting their health insurance runs through these exchanges as of last week sign up numbers. This year lagged slightly behind the two previous years. There's typically a big spike in enrollments in the final days before the deadline twelve states in DC have separate exchanges and some of those have extended deadlines California is one of them. That state has reported that more than one hundred and thirty thousand people assigned this year for the first time a sixteen percent increase from last year Mary Kennedy. NPR News Washington in eastern India. Protesters stor set fire to more than a dozen buses and vandalized at least six rail stations today as violent protests against a new citizenship law continues for a fourth day. Today the government says this new law will save religious minorities from persecution in neighboring Bangladesh Pakistan and Afghanistan by offering them a path half to citizenship in India but critics say the law which doesn't make the same provisions for Muslims weakens the secular foundations of India protests have taken place around the the country but they are the strongest in the eastern part where anger against Bangladeshi immigrants has raged for decades. I'm Janine Herbst N._P._R.. News in Washington..

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"richard hatcher" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"richard hatcher" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"The group my block my hood my city organizes the yearly event which keeps growing Jamal coal leads the group and the decorating last year we did a hundred homes into wonder city polls this year we're going to work for the city pulls into order for the home was started in thirty fifth street two hundred fifteen street where all the polls have nine garland resembles all the homes have for the men's release ready bodies doors and the lights for the gutters of bushes and trees Cole says by bringing the community together to decorate king drive helps to encourage more Chicago wants to come together to work on curbing violence and improving neighborhoods across the city among those who helped decorate king drive or mayor Lightfoot and acting Chicago police superintendent Charlie back on king Dr Jim got us news radio one of five point nine FM former Gary mayor Richard Hatcher died yesterday he was eighty six in his leg in the late sixties Hatcher and Cleveland mayor Carl Stokes were the first black man to win the mayor's office in a city with a population of over a hundred thousand after winning the in nineteen sixty seven in the mayoral race in Gary Hatcher spoke to his supporters saying his victory was in part due to voter reaction to corruption in the city's government or mark worn of years of corrupt machine control of the city government this is the date a great day for the city of yeah in a statement the current mayor the Karen Freeman Wilson said our entire community mourns the loss of a great man and we will forever be touched by his selfless service to the city a couple from northwest suburban Roselle has pleaded guilty to what authorities say was a financial scheme against the college of DU page that netted them two hundred thousand dollars the Tribune reports forty three year old son Graham see and forty year old merry Allen entered the plea in a negotiated settlement they say the couple recruited friends and use their personal information to apply for courses at C. O. D. as well as federal tuition loans and grants then they dropped out and split the refund.

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"richard hatcher" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"richard hatcher" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Apple don't miss out on pre order your Baker's square holiday pies online today at Baker swear dot com next traffic reporter three twenty eight newsradio seven eighty in one of five point nine FM cloudy skies colder the rest of this afternoon a bit of drizzle or flurry around the high thirty six degrees clearing skies tonight but temperatures really start to plummet the low just seventeen degrees see some sunshine tomorrow but no relief as far as the warmth ease concern the high just twenty nine cloudy skies tomorrow night a bit of snow south of Chicago the low twenty three snow expected to carry into Monday as well could see about one to three inches south of Chicago about a coating to an inch around the city and the north of Chicago the high thirty three cloudy skies right now thirty degrees at o'hare thirty two midway and of the lake front I now twenty nine degrees in Waukegan thirty two in Joliet thirty one eighty K. can key Andy and Morris cloudy skies thirty one degrees a northwest wind at fourteen miles per hour WBBM news time three twenty our top story this hour former mayor of Gary Richard Hatcher has died at the age of eighty six Hatcher served for twenty years making history as one of the first African American leaders of a major U. S. city much more on the story coming up from above WBBM at three thirty one this portion of the news you sponsored by Santa Cruz Lake Geneva and their life would says efforts to delay the sale of recreational marijuana in Chicago will not solve racial inequalities where.

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"richard hatcher" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"richard hatcher" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"The late Arizona Senator John McCain today thousands. Passes flag draped casket at the nation's capital and vice President Mike Pence is among those who spoke today former presidents Brock Obama and George W Bush. Will speak at the funeral service at the Washington National cathedral we'll have more on, the story coming up at seven thirty one with CBS news friends of a twenty four, year old transgender woman. Who was shot and killed this week held a candlelight vigil, last night in Brownsville near the spot where she was found they gathered in an alley near fortieth in king to. Pay their respects using those candles and purple, and pink. Balloons the medical examiner's office has ruled the death a homicide the find. For marijuana possession would only be one hundred, dollars in jail time would be only an. Option in. Gary Indiana, of proposed ordinance manages to, win approval Gary councilwoman Reagan Hatcher daughter of former Gary mayor. Richard Hatcher is an attorney pushing for the decriminalization, of pot her, proposed ordinance Calling for a lesser penalty for marijuana possession of thirty grams or. Less it's now being considered by the council's ways and means committee but a legality may keep that from happening under Indiana's home rule attorney rinse your Williams tells the post Tribune. Possession is a misdemeanor with set penalties and, the new. Ordinance could be seen as an interference Felicia middlebrooks NewsRadio on one zero. Five point nine FM the Indiana supreme court, is suspending a former northern Indiana prosecutors law. License for. Withholding evidence, in a child molestation case, the order says trista Hudson's license will be suspended for at. Least eighteen months Hudson was a porter county deputy prosecutor when she, failed to reveal during a Portage man's child molestation trial there one of. His two victims admitted making up at least part of the, accusations longtime Wisconsin. Supreme court Justice Shirley Abrahamson so she has cancer the eighty four year old jurists. Announced earlier this week that she was not seeking reelection after the schools in a month earlier, that she was undergoing medical treatment she disclose for the first time yesterday that she..

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"richard hatcher" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"richard hatcher" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Cogos most trusted stop her updated news minute by minute NewsRadio seven eighty and one zero. Five point nine FM an Enron executive with ties to the Chicago area, is. One step closer to freedom former Enron CEO Jeffrey Skilling. Was sentenced to twenty four years in prison in twenty six for his role in the financial fraud scheme that led to the. Collapse of the energy trading firm. Skilling had been serving his. Sentence in, the federal prison camp in Birmingham Alabama he. Will be, transferred to a halfway house near Houston his sentence was later reduced to fourteen years. After he. Agreed to give forty million dollars of, his fortune to victims of Enron's collapse skilling grew, up in Aurora his brother is longtime channel nine meteorologist Tom skilling rob heart NewsRadio, on one zero five point nine FM proposed ordinance in Gary would lessen the penalty for small amounts of pot Gary councilwoman Reagan Hatcher daughter of former Gary mayor Richard Hatcher is an attorney pushing for the Decriminalization of pot her proposed ordinance calling for lesser penalty for marijuana possession. Of thirty grams or less it's now being considered by the council's ways, and. Means committee but a legality may keep that from happening. Under Indiana's home rule attorney Rensselaer Williams tells the post Tribune possession is a misdemeanor with set penalties and the new ordinance could. Be seen as an interference Felicia. Middlebrooks NewsRadio on one zero. Five point, nine FM, it's getting tense in the English. Channel over, some prized seafood's dubbed the scallop war and British fishermen of coal on the Royal. Navy to. Protect them after a clash this week, with French fishing boats in the English channel About forty. French boats tried to stop five British vessels, from fishing off the Normandy coast both countries are permitted to fish in the area but the French accused the British of depleting scallop stocks the British boats were ran both, sides hurled stones, and insults at each other, French officials say, they fear, the violence will spread, Larry Miller CBS news, London New York's groundbreaking. Weekly newspaper is shutting down the village voice was the first of the nation's alternative. Newspapers when it hit the stands in nineteen fifty-five begun by, a groundbreaking group of writers who included Norman Mailer news of its closing. Comes a year after the venerable weekly stopped publishing on paper Peter Barbie, who bought the voice three years ago said it succumbed, to the harsh economic realities of. The journalism business decades of well known writers and artists got their first national audiences in the voice jewels Pfeiffer Teresa carpenter Linda berry Robert Chris gal among its achievements three Pulitzer prizes Warren Levinson New York business news nex WBZ news time seven Fifty, three and, know an ad from, mom Bundling home and auto with progressive. Can save. You money on your car insurance no kidding All right I'm sorry I added that, last part, in you can edit that outright are. You can keep an, if you like I mean my opinion, is I think it's good I think other, people my age would like it. Very relatable progressive cat save you from becoming your parents, but we can save you money when you bundle home and auto, progressive, casualty insurance company. Affiliates and other insurance discounts not available. In all states or situations hey Chicago sports fans I'm Andrew crazzy from. The tennis channel a, free professional tennis tournament is coming to the windy city. From September second to the knife come support American tennis athletes at the oracle challenger series it's. A combined men's and women's tennis tournament held at the excess. Tennis village in Washington park watched these incredible up and coming athletes before they become superstars this tournament. Is free and open to the public to learn more visit oracle challenger series. Dot com Hardware folks it's the Labor Day sale at ace which means it's the perfect time to buy a grill from our. Exclusive lineup. Of premium. Brands including Weber trigger and more. Right now get the right. Grill at the right price delivered.

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Enron fraud architect Jeff Skilling released from prison

WBBM Evening News

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Enron fraud architect Jeff Skilling released from prison

"Updated news minute by minute NewsRadio seven eighty and one zero. Five point nine FM an Enron executive with ties to the Chicago area, is. One step closer to freedom former Enron CEO Jeffrey Skilling. Was sentenced to twenty four years in prison in twenty six for his role in the financial fraud scheme that led to the. Collapse of the energy trading firm. Skilling had been serving his. Sentence in, the federal prison camp in Birmingham Alabama he. Will be, transferred to a halfway house near Houston his sentence was later reduced to fourteen years. After he. Agreed to give forty million dollars of, his fortune to victims of Enron's

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