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"richard neely" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:50 min | 2 weeks ago

"richard neely" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Users on a first come first serve basis. Bob Convoy, these radio 105.9 FM, the state's top military officer who has recognized his a cybersecurity expert, is leading a national exercise this month week event is called Cyber Field. Illinois's National Guard commander, Brigadier General Richard Neely says it's apt our nation the community corporations, institutions are all under attack. Each and every day. Rather than bombs. Bullets are rather, theories are using Bayan Eri wants the road. Just as It has been for more than 380 years. The National Guard is playing a key role in about 800, guard troops and airman, many from Illinois will be part of it and feel only capital David all news radio 105.9 FM Chicago police have been asked to investigate the shooting of a man by a Cook County sheriff's deputy last Monday evening. Reports indicate the shooting happened during a traffic stop near 46th in Laramie, but the sheriff's office is not releasing any further details on what happened. The man that was shot was taken to a hospital and is reported in good condition. The acting director of the Illinois Emergency Management Agency says it would cost about $54 million to deploy 1200 National Guard troops to Chicago in an effort to deal with gang violence. In addition, Alicia Tatum to do told the City Council committee hearing yesterday it would stigmatize entire South and West Side neighborhoods for years, The Sun Times reports. She also pointed out guard members are limited to a support role, such as helping staff checkpoints, but they cannot detain anyone, although there have been calls for the National Guard to be deployed. Both Mayor Lightfoot and police Superintendent Brown are against the idea. News is sponsored by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois, all the latest in your AC you.

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"richard neely" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

Monday Morning Podcast

06:23 min | Last month

"richard neely" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

"Said could be done in two weeks after that like every time we said we're going to do something we nailed it. And I think the show grew the production company you know Rubio, it didn't this by episode. So when I was working at co Richard called me and said Hey, we want you to do this show with us in. Our thought. He was joking because I know he shot a pilots before trying to get a show in this one stuck. So. It's a great story than genius to was called Fast and loud an fan and I still call it gas monkey. Say that they would sell their merch like raining is awesome at branding light. He's incredible businessman. Yes. So When he would do the used car salesman. Eric. Beginning. A. See. This guy grew up in this. This is totally like in his blood. Pressure. So. Twenty four hours making call will cut my wife at night. She told me crazy if I didn't take the job down the next morning called the guys at Coca Cola. If my told him, I'm not coming in quitting. They understood it was still nuts then worked work work for Richard Neely joke dowse everyday for. For. Five years or whatever it is at work there I'm use. It was cool. I don't regret it it. I missed I guess the biggest regret of the entire thing was the home you know missing my kids grownups Don. So Macho one of my favorite episodes but I knew you were leaving to yet. You painted it at your house and you seem like you would totally at peace which you don't see on the show because it's part of the drama the show the grind I'm not shitting on the shop because. I think it's amazing what they do there, but you're are you aback? Sitting on your steps is something going I missed my kids. Blah. Blah Blah and is a comic I was relating to that where We had it was a point in my career I got so busy and you know, I'm selling tickets then it just becomes like. Well, what is the point of this? As I was like walking to do shows and I would see. Boyfriend. Girlfriend husbands and wives sitting out having dinner on Friday night and I was feeling fails like I would fucking love to do that right now. And then like who the fuck a mighty be thinking that as I'm walking to this comedy club where everybody bought these tickets they, they would love to do this so I was like all right. I know I have an awesome job obviously. So I need to find more of like a balanced. So when you left the show to do your own paintshop, but when Aaron left the show. I was like. I WANNA keep seeing those guys chemistry's mainly mazing. But then as just as far as someone travels in his away from home I was. Happy for you guys. and. Also making up airing isn't he doing like? I thought I saw something on the Internet where he was doing something where he was going to be making parts for F one hundred's might crazy now. So they worked on. Where they call my slick side trucks. So like early sixties so called sixty. was, sixty. One of four or whatever the. Makes it slick side? I don't know what that means that they can make like. So the bylines remorse looping. So they they're kind of noticed the slick side and then my truck in your truck are known pump side because of the bump on the side. And seventy three to seventy nine. They can occur in the hall dead size. So they've all kind of got like swear by Chevy's people call square bodies but they were like seventy three to eighty six or whatever chevy trucks. All kind of got their little names of people call him. But he made a kit for those to change it lowered and drama tree. The steering axles are known for being. Death Walk Around Highway. So he made brackets in town bench beans and does all things in the front to get geometry rights. Down Highway I. Need to know this because I'm. A death wobble. So, straight axle truck steerings connected it's all a one C can get to where the wheels old jump off each other if you don't have the the right angle. So the more. Castor you get. When you turn a wheel any let go in your car Kinda corrects itself. Because you're centerline is laid back. In that costs the wheels to correct themselves will winner the Castro is two straight up you can get to where that wheel isn't being forced straight. You're kind of the gate were jumping around him. So he changes the caster angle or the that's beyond my. You, know what I Flying helicopters there's a thing that can happen called ground resonance. Where this? Not just seeing this these people. Somehow some goes on when they set down with the way they're set down and what's going on where I can't I I already forget this is embarrassing Howard happens, but literally you set down in the thing starts shaking should lift up but they people freak out they don't happen to thing just shakes in falls of art like the cops car smokey and the bandit it's. A yeah and I've seen that also with like motorcycles. With whether they start doing like this. This is a great video scary video guy on Instagram Star tavern that happen he's on the highway in the tractor trailer. Right next whom he goes down like a stunt and slides underneath the fucking truck. And he's like in gene. So it's like. Momentum he got road rash, but he didn't get squashed I. Don't know how how it happened and he got up he's like. Ripped up and bloody but he's like right I'm alive. Like. That's how it ended. Just like that. Right there is why I would never fuck in. Ride a motorcycle so. All right. Let's Let's talk your website here. So it's Casey's paint shot.

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"richard neely" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:06 min | 3 months ago

"richard neely" Discussed on WGN Radio

"News joined by brigadier general Richard Neely he is the fortieth adjutant general of the for the state of Illinois the only National Guard we were just talking about to what you guys were doing your your men and women thirteen thousand of them and about to about twenty two hundred or full time military in this people get very confused about what the National Guard is maybe we should go back and explain that I'm I'm that that child of a career first officers spent many of his last years in the service in the National Guard as a full timer and then as a part time and then as you mentioned this is an interesting thing when the other roles that he had at the end of his career was in what was then called civil defense which is now emergency management and the legal they had to go to special schools for that to learn about these kinds of issues of whether it was going to be in yeah at that point it was nineteen eight seventies into the eighties so was about nuclear strikes and and civil unrest like we've seen here and other kinds you know mass mass contagion of mass poisoning things like that it's a really interesting thing and that's what you are men and women also trained for in this because you're gonna be called in in case there is it's mass whatever confusion right on the streets in there needs to be some sort of order well yes the the thing skin rove those are as great questions and great perspective I mean having a father that's that served in the Air National Guard that's incredible perspective and as we've seen in really a post nine eleven in the post could train environment the National Guard is being utilized in a much different way she is as you know national incident management emergency management system is really established in the National Guard is used more often in these particular cases excuse me in some these different situations and so the National Guard starting to see themselves in in different areas and it's you know it's it's a good reminder that you know the National Guard is is dual hatted as we talked about earlier we you know we're a reserve of the army the reserve of the Air Force and but we are also a line through our state and we we him our commander in chief is also the governor and that creates a incredible efficiency to be able to take those skills that we have on the battlefield and be able to transfer them in sometimes very easily to response to an emergency such as logistics support those kind of things in other times you know it's it's more of a challenge so for example we don't train for pandemics we do have some capabilities to understand pandemics and that but you know nineteen eighteen was the last time we had a a pandemic and so hundred two years ago and you know our our pandemic plan was you know was was pretty short because the specifics are or just lacking things like a community based test testing sites which we've become very good at it was something that we really had to create on the fly and and I'm proud to say that Illinois became a a best practice on how we did that based on you know a lot of our or our soldiers and airmen that had training in these areas they they really specify it really you know built out the best practices and insured yeah and it's important to note that usability joysticks if there's a flood if there is a you know a massive tornado outbreak if there's destruction you often see National Guard coming in and trying to help in that and they're not an arm to position those minimum or not or not to have carrying side arms are long guns or anything like that there in there literally you know just a bit just to pick stuff up and create a daisy chain right and just tell her well whatever the supplies are and and and in the end you know you mentioned citizens soldier earlier because I I love that term that is exactly what a lot of these men and women are is that they have you know by day they are they may be nurses or they maybe police officers and they maybe firefighters or or in some cases accountants lawyers and priests we're the ones were ones that I hi hi Matt where my dad's best friend in the guard and they and you know what they would do when called in you know they would do their regular check in duty and then when you called up for duty they were flying all over the world doing important things and that's and you know very rarely read every every domestic I you know they were they were used here but they they you know they're they're just they're like any other member of the military they're trained they're ready to go and they go on it at a moment's notice and should also mention this to the during since the at this hearing the Gulf War and then obviously you know post nine eleven and the Iraq war in Afghanistan for sure the Illinois National Guard when they actually do get federalized you get called up by the army in this particular case ready or their unit sometimes in the Air Force irregulars or or transport aircraft when they get called up they actually you know to become part of the fighting force and the Illinois Army National Guard has been I I you would probably know this better but I with the I want to see like four times maybe since two thousand one and and get those guys go away for a year right yes Sir and in fact if I if I could kind of spin just a second on that the the National Guard really was re made to an operational reserve post nine eleven that the because our our military so much smaller than what it used to be the the peace dividend as we talked about in the post nine and after the fall the wall in the nineteen nineties really shrunk the active duty down and said Hey let's have a smaller active duty threats really not there and we can we use the guard and reserve a differently abled after nine eleven and the need for more capability the National Guard was remade into an opt in service strategic reserve which Matt you know during you know World War three will break last bring them out the the movies really changed to use the National Guard all the time and so we are on constant deployments right now have twelve hundred people either deployed or in the midst of of redeploying that are overseas right now fighting America's wars and scattered all over and that's your National Guard and Army National Guard we have the you know battalions of infantry that we just shipped out a couple months ago and had a battalion returned a couple months ago and in we have bits and pieces all over the world right now so we're we're doing this at the same time we're doing our home mission with cope with the flood response the cyber response and and the civil disturbance that we supported lot of people get worried about seeing basically army man yes just to use the term on the street you know in full you know the battle where and they may have a side arm or whatever.

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"richard neely" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

08:07 min | 3 months ago

"richard neely" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Have seen quite a bit in press conferences over the last couple of months now brigadier general Richard Neely he's the adjutant general the Illinois National Guard and general thank you so much for being with us the National Guard has done amazing work here as since the beginning of the call the pandemic and then all of a sudden had to shift gears to deal with the civil unrest we'll get into that a little bit later on but want to talk first about the covert response because you guys were you your men and women and there are thirteen thousand men and women the only National Guard that's between the air guard and the army guards were right on the spot in terms of helping build and and staff these emergency facilities that we had to build throughout the Chicago land area specifically at McCormick place stuck a little bit about that how quickly are you guys able to build those facilities in the field it will good afternoon row it's great to be with you this afternoon and will be the McCormick place was you know nationally was the largest alternate care facility that was that was produced and built and you know the national guard played a support role in that the court the army corps of engineers played a significant role in contracting the build out of that and we were there right along each step of the way bringing you know some of our unique skill sets with me carpentry and construction and logistics and and really the movement of many of those pieces pulling trying to help assist poll that facility gather as you can imagine it's kind along the lines of trying to build a hospital in and we're you know we're right there hand in hand with the only emergency management agency as they they were the lead on the project and we were trying to facilitate it many of those support functions that or just so critical to to pull together we also know as a career military officer in the Air Force and that might confuse some people here because the the National Guard has two components it's got for states it's got an air gardens got an army guard and you can and an airforce or army adjutant general can be from either service and and be a part of service right yeah yeah that that is where I managed to make that perfectly clear for people are like wait what but the the important important piece here is that you know having served in a career in the military you know how quickly and how effectively especially that service can be when you get a construction service that comes in lands you know in in country wherever it happens to be and is able to get a medical facility up in going in some cases in just a matter of hours that they're able to at least thirteen their first patients it is it's really on fire it really is and you know I could be more proud of the men and women of the Illinois National Guard and and we saw this really across the country but again McCormick was the largest build out that we'd seen because of the need and and really having the access to the facility and and so it is when you see the logistics capability the management the the release command controls we talk about transportation all those pieces come together those natural what's almost seems a natural an innate to a military member are hard to find sometimes in in different industries and when we go after big project we quickly are able to role in in and evaluated and and get to work right away just because of our backgrounds and you know as we were going to do an after action the other day in discussions about some of the key components of that I you know I look at that then the National Guard in our military training we you know we trained to fight America's worst rather in the airforce and the army is you so well articulated but it's you know it's those skills that we've learned we learning uniforms that when our state calls upon us the were able as citizen soldiers and airmen really to roll out and and support to state and the code was a great example of where you know the emergence C. management apparatus really began got stretch then and your National Guard is your fall back you know it's that right it said resource that the state has that you know it's kind of a break glass in case of emergency a resource that were able to quickly roll in and you know and shift from more R. D. O. D. warfighting mission into supporting the homeland supporting our neighbor center the citizens of our state and so it makes us the most proud to have that kind of that dual mission that dual wearing two hats in and to be able to you know support our neighbors as and sometimes and and that that are just down the street that are in the midst of a disaster so we were we were really happy to be able to serve in that in that way general I want to ask your reaction to those who are critical of the fact that we built that facility and so few people used it and there are many who said it was a waste of money and waste of energy or some sort of a political stunt what is your reaction to that well I don't wanna talk you know there's a lot of people throw things around because of political answers I you know I since I was a very close at the table when those decisions were made of those were very academic decisions that were made those were hard choices that have have to be made in in the military a we train for the war we train and we plan and we we purchase a quick minute and and and things of that nature aircraft and ships and all that for a war that we hope we never have to fight and you know it's it's that preparation that if you're not proper if you're not prepared you're late to need your late to respond your land to be able to support and so the devastations we see in disasters where wary you know the emergency apparatus wasn't prepared or or knew something was coming and you know didn't end result didn't end up acting that is the the worst case scenario for me we we need to make sure that we're prepared at our city citizens are are taking care of it's just you know incredibly important to make sure that they were able to take care of our own especially those that are the most challenging the most challenging environments and when you run out of hospital space and and you're making decisions with you know why five inter interacts with my international partners and they talk about Italy in people being turned away one bed for fifty people that needed it and those are decisions that we had the great fortune not to have to face here in Illinois because of the the wisdom that was made that was taken on and the decisions are decisions that were made early on now but you didn't answer that because I was going to answer for you because it is it I it did because people drive me nuts because it did that is the best case scenario Illinois at least so far in this and you know we we well as Dr Fauci says let the have to let the virus commanded the battle space here for a little at least a little while but we certainly know that we would be better off prepared and since the state did a really good job of the initial shelter in place bending the curve every talk about bending the curve in and the citizens of the state of Illinois did especially up here in the in the Chicago area where we were heavily affected by this really did a good job of doing that because we didn't end up needing what could have been a real disaster it had we not had I know it's a crazy way of looking at it but it it is the way it is the truth all right general hold on let's say we come right back general brigadier general Richard Neely is with us he is the adjutant general for the only National Guard we talk a little bit about what happens here with the National Guard was on the street here over the last couple weeks eating and then the security of the streets because of the civil unrest we'll talk about that on the other side but first here's one that because she's got the WGN traffic.

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"richard neely" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:39 min | 3 months ago

"richard neely" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Be clear we cannot allow those who have taken advantage of this moment to loot and smashed also steal the voices of those expressing a need for real meaningful change that will not be our story here in Illinois because of this anger doesn't come out of no where it's born of decades and centuries of systemic racism and injustice the White House might fan the flames but the fear that what happened to George Floyd could happen to you or to your son or daughter is woven deeply into the fabric of what it means to be black in America and that's what all of us have to recognize that's where our work begins and with that I'd like to turn it over to brigadier general Richard Neely forcible marks shall thank you governor good afternoon it is summer day is the National Guard gets call forwarded again for additional support has I've spoken with the governor many times this is the mission that who is the National Guard most it is most distasteful as well we have to come in and support law enforcement ensuring the security of our communities and our state but it is or that is our call in the state ask for us we come forward and yesterday we had three hundred and seventy.

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"richard neely" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:55 min | 3 months ago

"richard neely" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"You get behind the wheel a bit more now drive smart and safe to shop at your local grocery store for Bob Evans mashed potatoes and mac and cheese looters ransacked neighborhoods on the south and west sides over the weekend as Chicago police closed off downtown to prevent the kind of writing we saw on Saturday Lightfoot the mayor of Chicago Lori Lightfoot is denying that the city in the collected the neighborhoods to protected downtown she says that did not happen but she says the police department was overwhelmed as nine one one received sixty five thousand calls in a twenty four hour period that is fifty thousand more than on a typical day well let's interrupt our programming now to go to governor JB Pritzker who is holding a news conference at the Thompson center Illinois National Guard brigadier general Richard Neely Illinois state police lieutenant colonel David Byrne and Illinois state police lieutenant colonel Margaret McGreal to provide an update on our state support for communities across Illinois yesterday into today three hundred and seventy five members of the Illinois National Guard joined local law enforcement in Chicago to assist with street closures we implemented stringent parameters on their mission Hey and use of force including no interference with peaceful protesters expressing their first amendment rights since that deployment we have received additional reports of escalating situations and requests for assistance from communities around the state we have now called up an additional two hundred and fifty members of the Illinois National Guard to be ready to assist other cities across the state that have faced a surge of destructive action notably including over the last twenty four hours.

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"richard neely" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

03:43 min | 3 months ago

"richard neely" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Replacing the sound of sirens in the Logan square neighborhood a clean up crew made up of business owners and neighbors are sweeping glass and picking up debris outside the foot locker in gap outlet stores in Milwaukee Avenue in diversity which were cleaned out by looters overnight this woman described herself as a friendly neighbor she was sweeping glass outside of footlocker he says it was one way to help after a sleepless night these people over here to my right as a crew of people all volunteering so these babies will hopefully rebuild while in tears are also cleaning up shattered glass at store fronts on Milwaukee Avenue in wicker park in wicker park rob Hart newsradio one oh five point nine FM National Guard troops are now in Chicago but they have a very specific limited mission governor Pritzker says he knows that those protesting the death of George Floyd in a confrontation with Minneapolis police need to see complete justice for Floyd and his family something we have not seen yet I know that one of my most sacred obligations as your governor is take actions that build trust and that takes time I also have an obligation to the state into the city of Chicago to keep people safe at the request of mayor Lori Lightfoot the governor has called up the National Guard to carry out some street closure enforcement according to Air Force brigadier general Richard Neely the Illinois adjutant general they're fully equipped to protect themselves for this mission as well as against cove in nineteen the risk associated with the current mission I have been addressed he shoulder has been given strict guidelines with the use of force and he will not discuss those guidelines Jennifer Kuiper newsradio one oh five point nine FM WBBM news time eight oh eight traffic and weather together are they sponsored by the gateway foundation here's Botaram well now we do have plenty of issues this morning that are very abnormal for our even by our new normal standards that we have today we will check on what's going on in the suburbs among with Chris how real we will start in the city where our biggest issues are trying to get into downtown Chicago it is a mess on the Kennedy on the Dan Ryan on the Eisenhower on the Stevenson all the expressways approaching downtown were seen some really heavy traffic and this is all because of all of the ramp closures on those express was getting into downtown all the ramps are blocked unless you're a credentialed essential worker or a resident of the loop or the river north neighborhood you will not be able to get through on the ramps basically anywhere from on the inbound county from division all the way through downtown down eighteenth that includes on the Stevenson in down the ramp to northbound lake shore drive is closed anybody except for credentials central workers and residence you'll be funnel into the southbound side of the drive into the Dan Ryan the Chinatown feeder blocks of the same situation inbound Kennedy the Ohio theatre block the same situation lake shore drive between fourteen and thirty first same exact situation there if you do head south on lake shore drive and get passports and you're gonna be diverted off at Chicago Avenue instead so really messy trying to get into downtown and no C. T. a service by the way downtown C. two service is running but only if it's really hyper local service basically north of Belmont west of western and south of forty seven anywhere inside of those boundaries no CTA service today let's check on how things are in the suburbs and say good morning Chris hopper mill he is involved the seventy morning everybody yes indeed some strange times we're living through here and while it's always a much lighter than normal let's keep in mind that there's an elevated stress component among every driver that's out here so let's all make a conscious effort to relax be more courteous and less aggressive as we make our way around in traffic in these days not only today but the days ahead pay attention any police officers that are trying to provide flow control anywhere that they are set up we're checking on the covert nineteen.

"richard neely" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:18 min | 5 months ago

"richard neely" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Of the Republic of Poland the president Duterte for sending this military medical team to the US and more importantly sending them here to Chicago Illinois to share their expertise and experience general Richard Neely with the in an international with the Illinois National Guard says the team will stay through may second another Chicago festival is being postponed the square roots festival in Lincoln square announced today they're postponing the event originally scheduled to take place July tenth through the twelve is now scheduled for August twenty eighth to the thirtieth and now WGN sports here's Kevin Powell thank you Kim brown to the NFL draft just about underway bears on the forty third and fifty fifth overall picks both coming in the second round they currently do not know own any third or fourth round picks but many anticipating a trade by general manager Ryan pace to acquire more picks tight end offense line receiver and safety is our areas of need and the opening round pretty much what it does just fine despite the entire production being pieced together with a hundred seventy camera set to GM's coaches and prospects and the ratings were big the first night averaged a record fifteen point six million viewers and the governor's office has released the new guidelines and restrictions when Illinois golf courses are permitted to reopen on may first it's required that you book your tee time online or over the phone players will be grouped into some sun four sons a fifteen minutes between tee times are also asking courses to elevate the bottom of the cups on the green they're recommending you turn the cups upside down so that the new bottom is roughly an inch below the lip of the hole golfers can then retrieve their balls out having to put their hand in the bottom of the regular Cup in flags are not to be removed from the Cup clubhouses halfway houses will be closed courses can officially re open at six in the morning a week from today on the home of the Blackhawks northwestern Wildcats and white Sox baseball Kevin Powell WGN sports your money on WGN the Dow closed up two hundred sixty points today nasdaq up one thirty nine the S. and P. five hundred up thirty eight points I'm Kim Gordon on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN case full hardware folks at least we always have been and.

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"richard neely" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:53 min | 5 months ago

"richard neely" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Dow's been up all day currently up seven hundred sixty points the nasdaq up to eleven and the S. and P. five hundred up ninety one let's move now to governor Pritzker and his Daily News update on today by Matt Charles our laboratory director at the Illinois department of public health and by brigadier general Richard Neely R. adjutant general of the Illinois National Guard today marks ten days since our last update on testing at these press briefings if your call I use that briefing to highlight our current capacity and laid out our plan to reach ten thousand tests per day the number of test scientists and experts say that we need to understand more fully the virus's presence in our communities across Illinois folks I promised you honesty and transparency in every step of our covert nineteen response so here it is we have only just recently surpassed six thousand tests and we will not reach the ten thousand mark this week today I'm going to lay out exactly why that is the work that's been done to increase testing over the past ten days and what we plan to do to get to our goal as quickly as possible ten days ago I presented a road map showing how we were going to get to our goal within ten days the path that I laid out for you had as its key element the addition of new laboratory automation machines to add a multi thousand unit daily increase to our state labs to get this done we partnered with a major supplier of molecular testing equipment thermo Fisher which is a global provider of covert nineteen testing solutions.

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"richard neely" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

06:12 min | 6 months ago

"richard neely" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Sell prices exclusions apply L. S. nineteen bring you breaking news all week long we heard from the president his team we played you JB Pritzker's opening just a few minutes ago we have his question and answer session with the press one to get to that directly but first he has been very very patient there's been a lot of talk and I want to squeeze key thing here before we get to JB Pritzker Keith is a lot of comparisons between Italy and the United States you think this is a misnomer why comparison yeah we have a ten times tax rate for the seasonal influenza year after year the rest of the United States yeah the only population in Europe it is twenty five percent over the United States so unless you know who who's dying in those places to compare a teenage states a socialized medical system this is one of the best medical systems in the world never mind green misnomer it's it should be discussed as an apple and I wish to put together a true leader in a couple weeks you should politics is stocked with being on the federal government okay that's a that's a point well taken thank you for calling thanks for your patience Keith three one two five nine one eighty nine hundred is the number we have plenty of time this afternoon to get back to your calls and your text message speaking of bars and restaurants there's one bar owner says he's going to defy the governors are ordered to close he describes his place as his personal Alamo I don't think it's gonna work out form we'll hear from him in just a few minutes now we heard JB Pritzker's opening five minutes just a before John's newscast we have were were were were person our way through essentially all of the experts to bring you what is really relevant and and the visible this afternoon then JB Pritzker just minutes ago took some questions from the press here's the governor if you are a business directory name activated the National Guard what is their role in this and they have one of your friends it gives us the ability to have the National Guard to help us there are a lot of functions of the National Guard is capable of including for example some medical functions as you know our great concern here in addition to all of the other challenges the biggest concern really is that our hospitals or health centres will be overrun with cases and that will run out of space essentially and we won't have we won't be able to to bend the curve enough so what we're doing to work on that in part includes helping hospitals expand their triage before people go into an emergency room just one example you've seen it in in a few other places in the nation it is to set up a ten turned out to building near the emergency room but outside of that so the people who might have covered nineteen are traipsing into the emergency room and possibly giving it to somebody else so would be kind of a respiratory tend to almost so the people can be screen that they are before we decide or they decided the hospital what to do with that patient so the the National Guard can help with some of that either putting up tents or being part of the provision of equipment and I have to say that our and just in general Richard Neely general Neely has done a terrific job of working with our emergency management agency or department of public health to try to coordinate the needs and that's just one example of the way he's not in the house one of the ways people in order to comply with the order status well obviously you can't you can't police everything all the time and so we we obviously want communities to understand what the limitations are understand what the orders are they being given to follow them and so we're gonna you know we're gonna do our best to have the communities managing themselves and I think you've seen on social media and elsewhere the public the vast majority of the public understands what needs to be done here there are few people who want to resist and want to talk about resistance against it but I I think at this point and you know the public is kind of reining in those out liars should from our owners is a group of five disorderly you had some reasonable things you stricken parties today because they know that some people may not because there's no reason police say the well I would say to them that weeks from now months from now when one of those party goers one of those people that they had defied the order to have into their establishment become sick perhaps dire somebody perhaps that might die that they should know that they are responsible for that and they should not hold these parties we not only heard it you know the CDC yesterday issuing guidance to limit the gatherings to fifty people but now today we've heard that there's guidance to limit gatherings to ten people aiming for ingesting in Illinois our guidance to fifty people it and but I should say that's the order is now fifty people and we would encourage people to follow the CDC guidance so back to the restaurant owners and bar owners were defying the order and they are the out liars I mean let me be clear I have talked to many many restaurant owners now and reach out and talk to the associations and lots of people on calls with me and then then they understand we are in a very serious moment in the history of our state and our nation and that is a great entree as to our next guest who was a bar owner who says he'll defy the governor's order to close at the end of business today and it's his own personal Alamo well we know how that.

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"richard neely" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"richard neely" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"For the shorter stretch just between lilac and hall street now review is shut down. So that's good news, man marine road between doors and at one forty one over in Maryland heights, that remains closed due to the flooding as well downtown poplar Musial veterans bridge is still wide open for you. Next update at six fifty eight from the steeple traffic center. It's a pretty short forecast. So that's gotta mean good news. I feel like this might be how they do things in San Diego. Just, you know, sunny and pleasant high of eighty two degrees, mainly clear, and low of sixty five tonight. Tomorrow, sunshine mixing with clouds and very warm shower thunderstorm, late high of eighty seven degrees. Sunday, partly sunny and not nearly as warm. We get down into the seventies, high of seventy eight Monday, seventy eight again, in on Tuesday, bring back some of those showers and thunderstorms, very likely high of eighty right now it is sixty two degrees in Edwardsville, sixty one in Saint Charles sixty four downtown at the arch. Kmox news time six fifty two. Illinois Governor Jay Pritzker has activated. The Illinois national guard to help flood fighting efforts adjutant General Richard Neely says two hundred guard members are being deployed and other two hundred are on standby primary focus, the guardsmen will be to support levies, and to provide support to critical infrastructure. But we know we've seen these floods in the past nine hundred ninety three two thousand eight twenty thirteen the national guards been there as a missions in the ground, and changes on the ground, evolve missions, will evolve. Don Morris of the American Red Cross suggests packing an emergency go bag in.

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"richard neely" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"richard neely" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Muller statements about the Russia investigation amount to an impeachment referral to congress, but attorney general William Barsha rug that off in an exclusive interview with CBS's Jan Crawford. He seemed to suggest yesterday that there was another venue for this, and that was congress. Well, I'm not sure what he was suggesting. But, you know, the department of Justice doesn't use our powers of investigating crimes as an adjunct to congress Crawford says bar also thinks Miller could've made it to. Decision on whether President Trump broke any laws attorney, general told me that he disagreed with the special counsel's decision on that. He thought that he could have made a conclusion and hit. It expected him to do that, Maryland. Democratic congressman Jamie. Raskin is a member of the House Judiciary committee, followed what the rules of the department of Justice are any prosecutor would have done the exact same thing. CBS news update. I'm Pam Coulter. Came awakes news time five thirty two. Governor Jay Pritzker has activated. The national guard to help flood fighting efforts etched in general. Richard Neely says two hundred guard members are being deployed and other two hundred are on standby the primary focus, the guardsmen will be to support levies, and to provide support to critical infrastructure. But we know we seen these floods in the past nine hundred ninety three thousand eight twenty thirteen the national guards been there as a missions in the ground, and changes on the ground, evolve missions, will evolve. Don Morris, the American Red Cross. Suggests packing an emergency go bag. In case you need to evacuate. It should include extra clothes, and medications and a couple of things that some people often forget is documents proving who you are a lotta times you have to prove who you are when you leave home. You don't think take that with you? If you have children comfort twice anything that's comforting to them, please, please. Please put that in your bag and think about your child in that moment. It's also a good idea to check on neighbors to see if they would need help during an evacuation as the river rises to a predicted Christus two feet below the all time record. The town of harden is trying to stay afloat. Calhoun county as coordinator, Jean Brayden tells cable X, they need sandbags to help protect government buildings and private properties station grocery store. Because right now if we get water on top of the tanks at the gas station they're gonna close. And it'll be yelling gas. It's only gas station. We have Britain says the best way to tone is route sixteen but he's afraid the levee protecting it will breach that would put it under eighteen feet of water in return in our to half drive to Saint Louis into a six hour drive, and for the first time in twenty-six years, the visitor center at pious downtown. Alton is posing due to flooding the center sits at the intersection of sixty seven and Illinois, one hundred the continue answering calls and have live video chats on their website during normal business hours. The Mississippi River now poring over the levees, designed to protect the stretch of Saint Charles county between Portage to sue and west Alton rivers point fire chief Rick Pender what we've been seeing and hearing and everything else. So there hasn't been anybody that we know that, that saying that they're going to ride it out and be okay. Officials had. Given residents thirty six our warning to evacuate. Pender says the river is expected to rise a foot by the end of today. It started topping levees late this morning, Camelot's news time five thirty four. A Saint Louis civil court judge must decide whether to intervene to prevent the Planned Parenthood abortion clinic in the central West End from losing its license Friday came Lexus, Kevin Polene was in the courtroom for hearing, the civil court judge listened as an assistant, Missouri attorney general told him there have been troubling instances of patient care at Planned Parenthood here and.

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"richard neely" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"richard neely" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Says it's likely that number is actually higher emergency response efforts in full force right now, I've told all these agency if we need more support, you know, we got the guard out there that we should call in, if I needed to call them in. So right now, we're making sure they got enough manpower to do the jobs, but also highlight, you know, it's been a busy night, you know, that they've used a lot of people so you know in the next day or two just trying to get the debris and good taste control mature. We secure the sites of all the damage will be important. Governor parson also says he remains very concerned about flooding across the state. He's been in touch with the army corps of engineers about those concerns. Reporting live Brian Feldman, Saint Louis NewsRadio came. Oh, and Brian Mississippi is rising once again, on the historic town of. Clarksville Missouri where the mayor is hoping governor parson will come to town and help them JoAnn. Smiley says if governor parson does come to town, most of the village of four hundred thirty seven people would turn out to greet them, and they treat them to a banquet in the Methodist church basement, same place, where San beggars go to eat during flood season for him to know that this is a in through all kinds of things in history. But it's full of history. And I think it's a worthy of consideration smiley. Once the governor to declare the town of disaster area to qualify for federal funds. Also, she'd like him to sign just passed Bill by the Missouri legislature, that would give Clarksville two million dollars in state funding to build a ready to go. Flood wall of steel beams that can be quickly slotted into a permanent foundation. They would be mounted in the pavement protecting the red brick buildings of downtown, Kevin Kaleen Saint Louis NewsRadio came away. Meanwhile, in Grafton. You know, they get shot back down, Grafton. Mayor Rick Evelyn after getting word that the Mississippi River will return to major flood levels over the weekend at Berlin tells KOMO expertise toll businesses that were cleaning up after the last flood in hopes of opening for Memorial Day weekend to hold off. He says after missing out a mother's day losing this weekend will be incredibly devastating not only for individual businesses, but for the city. Driven by tourism, and, you know, we don't have the varied Appalachian that usually personally have made. So we don't have that stream of people from Saint Charles Saint Louis coming in. It's, it's crippling Evelyn says he'll be meeting with jersey county officials today to see what help is available for impacted home and business owner has pleaded guilty to her role in a carjacking that ended in the murder of a high school football coach. They'll will be. Federal prosecutors say Jarod Dickson pleaded guilty to five counts of carjacking and four counts of using a firearm in furtherance of those carjackings. She reportedly lured people to certain locations, so people she worked with could carjack them. It's unclear how she lured them or how she picked her targets the last instance of this was in October twenty seventeen when to spent coach jazz Granderson was shot and killed Dixon faces a minimum ten years in prison for each firearm charge to be served consecutively in up to fifteen years for each carjacking charge. She'll be sentenced, August twenty first Alex statements, Saint Louis NewsRadio came wicks, an aviation unit of the Illinois national guard is deploying for a mission in the horn of Africa. Illinois adjutant General Richard Neely says the detachment five company a unit will provide airlift support around the region. There will be a flying aircraft that electorally moved personnel around in the in theater there, the horn of Africa, infrastructure challenged. Right. So there's.

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"richard neely" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"richard neely" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"And potential conflicts of interest. Joining us live from Washington right now with more on this CBS correspondent Bill recall Bill. Good morning. Good morning. Thanks for having me House Ways, and means chair, Richard Neely cited a little known law and demanding the tax returns, tell us about that. Yeah. So he thinks the Democrats on the committee that they have a way to get around the president's request. As you know, he has steadfastly refused to release his tax return saying that they are currently under audit. A lot of people dispute whether or not that would prevent him from doing so but nonetheless there now seems to be a work around here. Democrats believe they have a solution in this law that would allow. Them to go directly to the IRS and the treasury department and essentially subpoena or demand those tax records. They think they can do that for everybody. Now. Republicans say well now, wait a minute here there better be some good reason for this there better be some meat behind your request. Because if you could do that to the president what stops you from doing it with anybody else? So how long could this be tied up in court before we get some answers? Oh, I think the billable hours are ensuing already. I think so I believe that just like anything happens. Here is the Democrats have taken control of the house. You're going to see a lot of what they're trying to do tangled up in legal and bureaucratic processes. I could see this court battle lasting awhile. And it may even go as some of the other fights against the administration have gone all the way up to the supreme court. We'll see now interestingly on the Republican Senate said I should say Republicans control that body and Senate finance committee chairman Chuck Grassley had said in the past that if the house would request tax returns, well, then the Senate would too. So he was asked about that yesterday. And he told me in several other reporters that at least at this point. He thought it was a political fishing expedition. So he doesn't think he's going to follow suit. What is the deadline? The house is given treasury to turn these over. I don't know about firm deadlines. But and in this case with a house deadlines. Mean they're flexible we saw that yesterday with the chairman Nadler an attorney general bar, but they do want this information as quickly as possible. So they can begin their own investigation. So if you're keeping track now, you've got oversight you've got finance, and you've got judiciary among others intelligence committee as well who are all opening up separate veins and avenues of investigation into the Trump administration. The White House official response we're under audit. You can try it. We'll see you in court. Thank you as always CBS correspondent Bill Rakoff with us here on KRLD getting any legislation done. That's what I'm wondering. Is it eight it's eight fifteen right now. KRLD thanks for being with us this morning coming up the price of avacado is going up skyrocketing actually, and they'll be shutting shutting down a big highway in Arlington tonight. That's coming up.

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"richard neely" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"richard neely" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Mart. Kmox news time is six. Oh, six. It's twenty one years in prison for the ones Ville mother who failed to stop her boyfriend from abusing her six month old child resulting in the baby's death. Prosecutors say Megan Hendrix was there when the. Father Robert Burnett, finally Li shook the boy slamming face first into the bed. He also shoved his fingers down his throat to stop him. From crying Burnett was sentenced last week to twenty-six years in prison. Couple of shootings overnight in north Saint Louis two people wounded one shot in the leg and back. The other in the leg at around twelve thirty actually it was one incident, and this was a twentieth and Penrose both were conscious and breathing. A Springfield man is being named illinois's new adjutant general Brigadier General, Richard Neely will serve as the governor's top advisor on military matters. And oversee the national guard says one of his priorities is to make sure their members are ready to go to war. If needlessly tied to that is our homeland security mission when the governor calls for that disaster manmade or natural. A we need to be prepared. Nearly also says he wants to focus on recruitment and cyber security. You'll have you think the Saint Louis area has a bad mosquito problem during the summer. You may want to think again Campbell ex health editor Fred Bodmer report ex past control is out with its annual list of the top twenty five cities with a huge mosquito problem number one is Dallas followed by New York City, Washington DC, Houston, Los Angeles. Saint Louis didn't make the terminates list of twenty-five problem spots, but a similar list from last.

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"richard neely" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"richard neely" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"The parents of two suburban Kansas City victims of a lake of the Ozarks boat crash have filed a lawsuit. The Kansas City star reports the suit was filed in Camden County Circuit Court on behalf of the families of Twenty-three-year-old Joseph lamarcus overland park in twenty one year old. Haley Hawkins Ullevaal Latham nearly seven hundred volunteers at about fifty five Hardee's restaurants on both sides of the Mississippi took part in another successful rise and shine to benefit heat up. Saint Louis county executive Steve stinger stop by the Kirkwood restaurant. We said it's twenty nineteen and we still have folks who can't keep their their their houses warm in the winter and the purpose of this organization is to do just that it's a really basic service in a really basic need and all the money, that's collected goes directly to that. So it's extremely important. This year's goal. Four hundred thousand dollars nineteen years ago was the first rise in shine event. And since then well over half a million elderly, disabled and low income families have been helped if you missed. This morning's event all weekend long. You can still donate at area. Hardee's restaurants, or you can always give the gift of warmth and heat up. S T L dot org. Maria on NewsRadio eleven twenty K, Molex, Springfield man is being named the do adjutant general Brigadier General Richard Neely will serve as the governor's. Top advisor on military matters and oversees the national guard nearly says one of his priorities is to make sure their members are ready to go for war if needed closely tied to that is our homeland security mission when the governor calls for that disaster manmade or natural. A we need to be prepared. Neely also says he wants to focus on recruitment and cybersecurity.

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"richard neely" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"richard neely" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Don't know where she was. I don't know what she's doing. This was a procedure. That was filed away. We wanted to file and not the way somebody else was telling us Roth an advocate who complained of sexual harassment by then state, Senator IRA Silverstein, the Eleanor capital. Dave doll NewsRadio. One one zero five point nine FM. Naming an air force officer to lead the national guard. Colonel Richard Neely of Springfield will be the state's fortieth adjutant general he'll be promoted to Brigadier-General after swimming leadership duties, February fifteenth, the thirty three year military veteran replaces Major General Richard Hays is retiring after more than thirty three years of service. Police in Schaumburg is still looking for a pair of thieves who stole from a woman's purse. As she shopped at a grocery store two weeks ago reports indicate the woman was checking out at the whole foods on north Martingale road. When she discovered a credit card and other personal items have been stolen from her purse. Police say the suspected thieves were seen on surveillance video stealing the woman's wallet. WBZ news time nine twenty three. Valentine's Day is become big business. If you didn't know that already the national retail federation estimate Americans will spend twenty billion dollars on the holiday this year. Here's your warning Valentine's Day is one week. From today. At news survey says. Men plan to spend three hundred thirty nine dollars on a woman in their life, while women only planned to spend sixty four bucks on their man, but says Kellyanne Smith with bankratEcom are index found champagne dinner diamonds, the whole thing that's going to put you out six hundred bucks. So if you're looking to maybe cut back on that definitely consider having that conversation with your partner, and maybe going out and sharing and experience the other rather than just making that splurge. She says a romantic gesture should not mean a financial sacrifice Matt piper. CBS news business in sixty seconds. WBZ news time nine twenty four. This is Bill. Finally, got me Bill. What's that? Rick Clark street. Crater the mother of all potholes. Yeah. Year after rim wrecking year. It's tormented the people of this town they tried to fill it. But it always returns, they could stay farms. Got you to you. You ain't nothing trash talking pothole. Yes. Yes. I am go with a win. That's here to help life. Go. Right. State farm. Talk to an agent today. Looking to stand out from the package your first job when you earn a master's in management from Georgetown. You'll gain the skills employers value most elevating your.

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