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Year-to-year shootings, murders soar in Chicago
"From the first three months showing an increase in shootings and murders. Year to year. There were 233 shootings in March compared to 146 in March of last year. Up 70% 42 people were murdered last month up 50% the number of shootings, shooting victims and murders all up in the first three months of the year compared to 2020. However, CPD says Chicago saw a 27% drop year to date in criminal activity compared to the same three month period in 2020, Ryan Burrow, WGN news. The White House is condemning the
Serial Stowaway Marilyn Hartman Arrested Again In Chicago
"Charges air again pending against the so called serial Stowaway. Maryland Hartman WGN's Ryan Burrow talked about it on Chicago's afternoon news yesterday, she said, according to the interview on CBS to that aired this week, she has been on 30 flights without paying for tickets, and there's no rhyme or reason. Really behind any of it. There's no secret she just kind of Lens in She was arrested at O'Hare Tuesday after escaping from an Elektronik monitoring residential facility. She's been arrested multiple times at O'Hare and Midway and other airports around the country. Or, in some cases trying to and succeeding at boarding flights without a ticket. Prosecutors say this time around, they're going to go for federal
20,000 COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments Opening In Cook County Chicago Friday
"Vaccines in the thousands are being made available in Cook County. We get more on that from WGN's Ryan Burrow Cook County Health is releasing an additional 20001st dose appointments for those who fall in Phase one and phase one b category starting at noon today. Appointments can be booked for the mass vaccination sites in Tinley Park, Display Maine's North Riverside and at South suburban and trite and colleges. You can book appointments at vaccine that Cook County, ill dot gav. Or by calling 833308 1988 Ryan Burrow
Indiana opens COVID-19 vaccines to Hoosiers 60 and older
"Now opening up covert 19 vaccines to anyone 60 or older. WGN's Ryan Burrow reports supply is still limited. But the Indiana State Department of Health is expanding covert 19 vaccine eligibility to anyone. 60 and older appointments are being added as vaccine supplies permit. Those 60 and older make up more than 22% of Indiana's population, but account for 64% of covert 19 hospitalizations and 93% of deaths. As of Monday about 900,000 Hoosiers have received a first dose of the vaccine 440,000 have been fully vaccinated. Ryan Pro WGN News All
At Least 15 Shot, 2 Killed In Chicago Weekend Violence
"Chicago police say 14 people were shot and 12 in 12 shootings over the chili snowy weekend. Two people were killed. More on the numbers from WGN's Ryan Burrow. Chicago police say a man between 30 and 40 years old was found fatally shot next to his vehicle in the 2000 block of West 79th Street early Saturday morning Saturday afternoon in the 7800 block of Muskegon, a 24 Year old woman got into a fight with a man who then pulled a gun and started shooting, hitting her multiple times, as well as the 60 year old man and 53 year old man who were nearby around 6 P.m.. Sunday, a 16 year old was shot in the chest in the 3300 block of West 30th and later died at the hospital. Nobody's in
Illinois Buys West Loop Building in Move Away From Thompson Center, Pritzker Announces
"A building in the West Loop for $73 Million with the goal of saving the state $20 million a year, Governor JB Pritzker's office announcing the state has purchased a 17 story building in the 500 block of West Monroe State plans to move thousands of him. Ploys who are currently working at the Thompson Center downtown, as well as other office locations to that location. The goal is to eventually sell the tops and center, which the governor's office says cost $17 million annually to operate. It has more than $300 Million and needed repair costs. Ryan Burrow,
Chicago COVID vaccine: City moves into Phase 1B next week, Arwady says
"And that is Ryan Burrow. The WGN radio news directors in our studio. What did Dr Allison are? What he say today? Yes, some interesting things trying to clarify by the way she's getting her second vaccine. Today at one of the city College is one of the sights they've set up where the frontline workers have been getting their vaccine is Part of one A, but really the focus today on one B. These are teachers. These are first responders, firefighters, paramedics, police officers. Also, we've had much discussion about on WGN up. Prisoners would also fall people in the prison community. Both workers as well as inmates would fall in this category under the governor statements, so Those vaccinations can begin. January 25th. Now if you fall in that category, you've probably got a lot of questions and what Dr Ellison are what he said The commissioner of the Chicago Department of Public Health is there going to be four ways in which these vaccines are administered Number one. You go to your doctor call up set up an appointment. Say I need to get this vaccine. I fall in this category and then you guys can kind of negotiate scheduling there. Number two pharmacies will be distributing these vaccines so you can go to a target or a Walgreens or CBS get the vaccine there. Once again, everything is going to be by appointment. They don't want big, long lines, especially in the dead of winter like this. It's just not a thorough way to do this. They will be traveling to some of these communities that maybe Are underserved the homeless population and giving them vaccines. And the fourth way is actually some employers will be able to distribute and administer at work. Which is something I know that We've talked about here. I'm sure people are listening who working downtown settings also wondering Hayes, the boss going toe be able to get someone to come in and vaccinate all of us. So the category one be includes teachers? Yes. Inmates. Yes, the other people in there would be any other medical people that have not been vaccinated rights. Paramedics, people, maybe first responders, police, firefighters and you'll make an appointment with your doctor. Go to Walgreens and say, Hey, I want to get it and if and then they'll put you on their list. Perhaps you have to demonstrate that you're in one of those groups. I'm not exactly sure how you prove your teacher or whatever, but then It's not a guarantee that they'll have the vaccine. No, and what she said is the way the vaccine is coming into The city right now is way below. Where demands gonna be the only got about 5% of the vaccine in they think in three weeks, you know that's going to step up. But, you know, just because you're a firefighter, and you're part of this one be or you're a teacher doesn't mean you're gonna be able to go to a CVS on Monday and get a vaccine. They're gonna prioritize, especially these doctors offices they're going to say. Yes, You are one beer, but we've got, you know, 65 year olds. We've got people with health conditions who you know would essentially be in the queue. We wanna administer to them first before we get to you so You know, Sit tight is what she's saying. This could take several weeks, maybe a few months before you're actually eligible. Even
15-year-old boy charged with murder in connection to fatal shooting of retired Chicago firefighter
"Police police say say a a 15 15 year year old old is is charged charged with with the the fatal fatal shooting shooting of of a a retired retired Chicago Chicago firefighter firefighter that happened earlier this month. WGN's Ryan Burrow has a story A Stephen, released by CPD says the 15 year old was taken into custody Wednesday in suburban Chicago Heights. Detectives identified the teen as a participant of the armed robbery of a 65 year old male victim. In the Morgan Park neighborhood back on December 3rd that would be retired C F D Lieutenant Dwayne Williams. The shooting during an apparent Carjacking was caught on surveillance video reward for information leading to a shooter reach $30,000. It's unclear if a tip led police to the boy. Bryan Burrough, WGN NEWS. Some
15 shot, 3 dead after violent weekend in Chicago
"We have an update from WGN's Ryan Burrow. Chicago Police are reporting 15 shooting victims from Friday through Sunday, with three of those victims dying among the dead a 37 year old. Fatally shot while leaving a home in the 4600 Block of South Wall Bash early Sunday morning. Saturday night. A 24 year old man was shot several times in a vacant lot in the 1500 block of South Sawyer. He later died at Mount Sinai Hospital. In both cases, the victims were known to police. No arrests have been made in either of the shootings. Right, bro. WGN NEWS Chicago hospitals get ready to
24 Shot, 6 Fatally, in Chicago This Weekend
"Chicago police reporting 24 people were shot in 19 shooting incidents across Chicago over the weekend. Six of the victims have died. Here's WGN's Ryan Burrow with that long to get a 34 year old man shot while on a sidewalk in the 7800 block of south roads early Sunday morning. Also Sunday morning, a 22 year old was found fatally shot in a gang way in the 100 block of North Lockwood. No arrests have been made in either of those burgers. Chicago police say officers were shot at in the 6200 block of North Campbell's Saturday afternoon while conducting a street stop. Those officers fired back, but nobody was hit. A person was taken into custody and the gun was recovered at the scene. Bryan Burrough, WGN NEWS
24 Shot, 6 Fatally, in Chicago This Weekend
"Chicago police report 24 people were shot in 19 shootings across the city over the weekend. Six of those victims died more on the numbers down from WGN's Ryan Burrow among the dead a 34 year old man shot while on a sidewalk in the 7800 block of south roads early Sunday morning. Also Sunday morning, a 22 year old was found fatally shot in a gang way in the 100 block of North Lockwood. No arrests have been made in either of those burgers. Chicago police say officers were shot at in the 6200 block of North Campbell's Saturday afternoon while conducting a street stop. His officers fired back, but nobody was hit. A person was taken into custody and the gun was recovered at the scene. Bryan Burrough, WGN
Tens of thousands of airline workers are out of jobs after Congress fails to reach deal
"Tens of thousands of airline employees air waiting find out if the federal government will extend the lifeline that would allow them to keep their jobs now facing mass furloughs and layoffs. W Chance Ryan Burrow, The $25 billion Airline payroll support package passed by Congress back in March is set to expire at midnight, and without an extension from Congress. Airlines like United and American could shed tens of thousands of jobs. They've already been warning pilots, flight attendants, ticket takers and other workers about impending furloughs. You S House Speaker Nancy Pelosi expressed optimism There would be a deal with the White House this week as part of a comprehensive stimulus package, but it seems unlikely an agreement will be reached before Wednesday's
Prosecutor: Judge approves 2-day delay in release of secret grand jury proceedings in Breonna Taylor case
"Today, a judge agreeing to delay the release of the grand jury recordings in the Briana Taylor case Here's ABC is Ryan Burrow Judge and Bailey Smith is granted Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron's request for a delay. But on Ly through noon Friday, Cameron wanted a week to redact personal identify IRS of any named person and private citizen. The attorney general's office says the recording is more than 20. Hours long.
Chicago - Kyle Rittenhouse, Charged With Killing Two In Kenosha, Will Fight Extradition To Wisconsin
"Illinois, charged in connection with debts of protesters remains in his home state's Kyle Rittenhouse is charged with fatally shooting two men and injuring another during protests in Kenosha, Wisconsin, related to the Jacob Blake shooting at a hearing via zoom. Friday, his attorneys announced they plan to fight extradition. Wisconsin So we have no extradition papers from Wisconsin. We have no extradition papers from Illinois. Obviously, we need to review those that were in title is a Matter of a lot of challenge those by right of habeas corpus, which we intend to do and happy to do it. Written house was on the video call he was masked from the detention center is only words were good morning, your honor. His next court appearance will be in two weeks. Ryan Burrow, ABC News Chicago Chuck Stevenson,
Kyle Rittenhouse Attorneys Plan to Fight Extradition to Wisconsin
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Chicago police to increase number of officers on roving anti-violence team
"Six killed in a rash of violence over the weekend in Chicago. ABC is Ryan Burrow has more Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown Monday announcing efforts to curb the violence in the city, including adding 200 officers to a community safety team. Those officers will be deployed to hot spots across the city. It's the latest strategy in here. That's seen murders and shootings in Chicago rise to levels not seen in years, Chicago police say while year to year numbers are off, they have seen the numbers of homicides and shootings gradually going down in recent months. Right, Bro ABC NEWS Chicago Over the Wall Street
Big Ten football to resume weekend of October 24
"Wiant. It looks like Ohio State will be playing football this year is the big 10 reversed course and now plans to start the season in late October. T be ableto look These guys in the eye and let them know that they have an opportunity to play in that. There. There there fight. They have something to show for it. Now you know all the work that they put in now they have a chance to go play and they never, they never wavered. And they just kept swinging that that was our mindset during this whole time. Just keep fighting. Just never know what tomorrow's gonna bring Head Coach Ryan Day excited to get back on the field. The emergence of rapid testing may have triggered that new vote for the league to proceed. Big 10, chancellors and presidents voted unanimously to return to action. October 23rd after making several changes to help protocols, including more testing, data collection and analysis. Northwestern football coach Pat Fitzgerald really excited to be back? I'm excited for our parents and our families and our fans. And like you said, there's no more group on more excited for them than our players. The plan is for an eight game regular season. Any player who tests positive for covert 19 will have to sit out at least 21 days before returning to the field. Ryan Burrow ABC News Chicago Things will kick off the weekend of October 24th. But fans so far are not allowed to attend any of the big 10
Big Ten Football Will Begin in 2020, Reversing Earlier Decision
"And malice and Wiant. It looks like Ohio State will be playing football this year is the big 10 reversed course and now plans to start the season in late October to be ableto look. These guys in the eye and let them know that they have an opportunity to play and that their their their fight. Um they have something to show for it. Now. You know all the work they've put in now they have a chance to go play and they never, they never wavered. And they just kept swinging that that was our mindset during this whole time. Just keep fighting. Just never know what tomorrow's gonna bring Head Coach Ryan Day excited to get back on the field. The emergence of rapid testing may have triggered that new vote for the league to proceed. Big 10, chancellors and presidents voted unanimously to return to action. October 23rd after making several changes to help protocols, including more testing, data collection and analysis. Northwestern football coach Pat Fitzgerald really excited to be back? I'm excited for our parents and our families and our fans. And like you said, there's no more group on more excited for them than our players. The plan is for an eight game regular season. Any player who tests positive for covert 19 will have to sit out at least 21 days before returning to the field. Ryan Burrow
"ryan burrow" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Schneider ABC's Ryan burrow is joining us. And Ryan, can you bring us up to date on the situation and what these new developments mean, I think the biggest takeaway, when you look at this situation is the Flint water crisis. Investigation is still ongoing even years after I think it had kind of left most of our mind, the investigation ongoing right now by the solicitor general, they fired the recent special prosecutor overseeing case. For the last three years, and now have a new set of eyes on it as part of that investigation. And getting a new view on this case documents in the basement of a state building that includes any kind of communications that were had on cellphones at among those cellphones, the former governor Rick Snyder who termed out a couple of years ago and is no longer as they tried to get down and really figure out who knew what, and when and essentially, who's to blame for the horrible Flint water crisis, that left dozens of people sick and perhaps water for a generation of kids would charges could the ex governor face if they decide to charge him with something. Far ahead. They're just looking at these records right now. In fact, they're looking at the records of about sixty six people including those who are in his cabinet who were in his office. They are still trying to acquire as much information as they can. No charges have been filed against the governor at this point that being said the governor was a focal point part of the investigation initially in a big part of the anger for people from Flint for not responding soon enough, and perhaps sitting, and withholding information that should have been made public much earlier number of other officials have already been charged. Can you, you can't go over all those cases? But can you just generally tell us what the status is? Some of those cases. There's still pending. They're still waiting to go to trial. Some have pleaded guilty in their cases. And these are officials who are in the governor's cabinet. They are officials with the water department, they are local officials, as well at this point. And so, yeah, those are currently working their way through the system. And with this new investigation or kind of revamped investigation. There could be more charges coming. We just don't know who or when the investigation continues to conclude here. What's the status of the water quality and Flint? Currently. The water is drinkable water you can shower in it. They are continuing to replace the pipes. They feel like it is in a place right now where it's, it's good enough to use that. Being said the long term health effects are the big question Mark legionnaires disease has been detected among many people in that community. There are concerns about the future health of the children, and so that's going to be something that's going to be continually monitored for years, if not decades to come maybe sees Ryan burrow, along delayed nineteen point one billion dollar disaster aid Bill has sailed through the house in is heading to President Donald Trump for his expected signature overcoming months of infighting Trump hailing the passage of the Bill, tweeting farmers Puerto Rico in all, we'll be very happy conservative. Republicans in the house had held up the Bill last week, objecting on three occasions to efforts by democratic leaders to pass the Bill by voice vote requiring unanimity. They said the legislation shouldn't be rushed through without a recorded vote, Facebook, Google, and other tech giants are coming under scrutiny by the federal government. The Justice depart. Kment in House Judiciary committee, conducting a probe of the technology company committee promising a top to bottom review of antitrust laws that could lead to a major overhaul of those regulations. This weeping antitrust probe has Facebook, Google, Amazon and apple in the crosshairs. And the house investigation comes as the Wall Street Journal reports the Justice department and the app TC are gearing up for an Andrew trust investigation of Google examining Google's internal practices, and search rankings knows ABC's Serena Marshall reporting customs and border protection closed the busiest crossing the US Mexico border after an officer involved shooting Monday. Happened. Monday night spokesperson says the driver of a white pick-up truck entering the US refused to stop for an inspection at San Pedro port of entry in San Diego and exchanged gunfire with officers as you tried to drive away. He was eventually stopped, Rick. Reminder was a few cars behind the truck when he heard the shots..
"ryan burrow" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Here's Ryan burrow, you may drive past dozens of murals everyday in Chicago, but not know what they are designed them. Now, there's a place to look that up the city of Chicago has launched a mural registry. Tabulating the dozens of city approved murals on the sides of buildings under bridges add in parts, the registry came to be after city workers mistakenly removed some of the murals that had been authorized by the city. I'm Ryan burrow with community quarters WGN radio WGN sports. Here's Mark Harmon. Good morning. White Sox playing good baseball. They've won four or five you'll on Moncada. Couple of home runs later. Regar- CEA two run shot as the SOX beat the ROY. Royal's five to one they'll go for the sweep later this afternoon. Rinaldo Lopez picking up the win and finding a home in the big league. Sponsored by the village of Bedford park building for the future. Luiz Robert continues to do it for the Winston Salem. Dash was two or three last night. His tenth multi hit game on the year betting average of four eighty nine. The dash did lose to Wilmington four to three cubs are playing well as well. Cubs. Four miami. Nothing Jose aching Thomas seven innings seven strikeouts. And havi bias is on a tear nine for his last fourteen as the cubs won four of five as well. Porter Moser turning down UNLV last year now turning down Saint John's on a reported eight year deal with seventeen to eighteen million porter. Very happy at loyal the bears. Former tight end retiring Zack Miller hasn't played in a year and a half. Now. Thirty four years old had nine surgeries finally. Retiring officially after nine surgeries trying to get back on the field..
"ryan burrow" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Ryan burrow has the latest Cook County grand jury returning sixteen counts of disorderly conduct in two separate sets of charges against empire. Actor jussie smollet for filing a false police report the first related to what Smolin told officers about the alleged attack including racist and homophobic, slurs and use of a new send chemical the second related to another interview. Smollet had with officers later in the day, the new charges carry a sentence of up to four years probation. Ryan burrow, WGN news. Also in Illinois state trooper injured when his squad car was hit by a Wisconsin driver on the tri-state WGN. Steve Bertrand reports the trooper was parked in the center median south of route sixty with his squad car was hit by a van that had drifted out of its lane. Both the trooper and the van driver were taken to the hospital. The trooper was. Treated and released. The driver is charged with aggravated DUI and more. Steve Bertrand WGN news, former congressman Aaron schock got his life back this week. When federal prosecutors agreed to drop all the felony charges against him in exchange for paying back taxes to the IRS and reimbursing his campaign, sixty eight thousand dollars shock says the government offer made sense. Your campaign committee has run afoul of some of the FCC reporting requirements. And so we want your campaign to own up to some of its reporting obligation, but it failed to do. And I said, well, I've never said we were perfect, and yeah, no problem recognizing the mistakes that we did make if Shaq gets into no trouble over the next six months. We'll have a clean record come September began recount his sheriff Bill prim says the death of deputy Jacob countenance cuts deeply because he comes from a family devoted to service. A law.
"ryan burrow" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Ryan burrow, WGN news. The five victims of the mass shooting in Aurora were remembered today at the water street mall a moment of silence. Was held at one twenty four the time. The first shots were fired. At Henry Pratt company. Congressman Sean casted attended today's vigil girl going to be people who say don't politicize this moment. Please do politicize it because we're not going to change anything unless we politicize this and talk about it because we're not doing enough right now. The parent company of Henry Pratt pledged today to cover the funeral costs for the five victims along with medical expenses and assistance to their families. Durose time is up. A massive show of support for Venezuela's opposition movement in Miami today that was governor Rick Scott expressing his solidarity, President Trump condemning the Madero regime rippling shortages of food and medicine plague the country socialism has so completely ravaged this great country that even the world's largest reserves of oil are no longer enough to keep the lights on. He told the crowd. Socialism is dying and liberty prosperity and democracy are being reborn. Numerous rallies held across the country today to protest President Trump's emergency declaration to build a border wall, including here in Chicago. The declaration is already facing numerous lawsuits more than sixty people two thirds of those children have died in recent weeks after making their way out of the last area controlled by ISIS in eastern, Syria. The International Rescue Committee says exhaustion and mount nutrition are the principal causes of those deaths. Cubs chairman. Ricketts talked about the racist. Emails sent by his father Joe today at spring training in Arizona Ricketts saying he's never heard his father saying anything that was remotely racist. I mean, he acknowledged. Kick knowledge that they were inappropriate emails. He expressed regret apologized. Those are the values that my family was raised with the cubs announced today. They're teaming up with the council on American Islamic relations to take meaningful invisible. Steps to our combating Slama phobia, bigotry and racism, including public service announcements and programs at Wrigley field. Wisconsin's moving toward easing restrictions on marijuana. Governor Tony Uber says his budget will include proposals to decriminalize possession of small amounts of marijuana. And we'll move toward creating a medical marijuana program. Either said, it's time Wisconsin joined the more than thirty other states and the district of Columbia in legalizing medical marijuana. But it's not clear how far he'll get Iverson is a new democratic governor dealing with a long held Republican legislature. Steve Bertrand WGN news and now WGN sports in Arizona. Here's Kevin Powell. Thank you Cam give you the latest from spring training, but will start with the Blackhawks Patrick Kane's been red hot telling a point at seventeenth straight games. Helping. Hawks get back in the playoff picture. They host the last place senators tonight, but Cain says they can't overlook their opponent, especially with every game being crucial. At this point of the season.
"ryan burrow" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Is Ryan burrow. We've got cloudy conditions. Some light snow and drizzle even in the area. Thirty three degrees right now at O'Hare that temperature's going to drop off very quickly the heavy snowfall almost over for all of us in the area. Meteorologist Tim McGill saying the wind does become a big weather story this afternoon and into the evening, even though the will heavy for the evening commute. I still think some snow on the ground. Any snow fog might be blown around by some gusty winds shift around to the west northwest later on today. So we'll still have impacts later on this evening. Although the bulk of the. Timberlake. Snow should be over with by late this morning. It's numbers. We're seeing Waukegan and gurney both with seven inches of snow. Looks like the Wisconsin Illinois border. Got hit the hardest with areas of Chicago getting about three inches cruise across the region right now working to clear those several inches of snow that had fallen since last night Scotland streets sanitation, deploy nearly three hundred snow vehicles to clear the roads dot says it's been working hard to keep the interstates and highways clear, even as the snow and rain continues to fall. The Illinois tollway reminding drivers if you do get stranded to dial star nine nine nine as we mentioned earlier, the Illinois Wisconsin border seeing the biggest snowfall overnight at least six inches reported even coming down into the Chicago area WGN's Pam Jones with the story. Plows have been scurrying to push no off lakeshore drive in Michigan avenue, but each pass gets covered. Again, minutes later, we found a parking lot maintenance workers shoveling hard near Illinois and Columbus. He said it's been difficult to take a break because the snow has been falling. So fast. Right now. But the heavy buffet makes. Cam Jones, WGN news. The Cook County medical examiner's office confirming a nineteenth person has died you too cold exposure. So far this season other season actually started back October thirtieth. The last death reported January twenty six last year there were forty seven deaths due to cold exposure in Cook County, maybe.
"ryan burrow" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Ryan burrow has more on Jamie's disappearance and the search for her thirteen year old Jamie clause has been missing since October fifteenth when her parents were found dead inside of the family home Thursday night. The Barron county sheriff's department announced via social media that Jamie had been found alive in Douglas county, Wisconsin that's about eighty miles north of Barron county investigators aren't releasing details about how she was found saying it is still a very fluid and active investigation. But they do have someone in custody. They're planning press conference for Friday morning. Ryan burrow, ABC news. Authorities are not releasing any other details about the suspect. I'm Michelle Franzen. ABC news. Traffic area freeways are improving rapidly. Just a little bit of slowing left. I five northbound marine drive across the interstate bridge. The inbound sunset is a little hesitant as you make your way into the tunnel. Four east crowds a little bit Al past twelfth avenue and responders are still clearing. A crash in southeast Portland at one hundred second in Washington. Gail Cunningham E X traffic now K to weather brought to you by standard TV and appliance. Well, this is unusual for the month of January a long period of dry and mild weather by mild. We're talking daytime highs in the mid to upper fifties. That's almost unprecedented for this time of the year and dry skies as well that just for a day or two, but all the way through the weekend as weak ridge of high pressure builds across the Pacific northwest from the K to storm tracker weather center. I'm Dave Celeski NewsRadio eleven ninety K E X in.
"ryan burrow" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Here's Ryan burrow, six years before Illinois became a state the territory was the site of the famous battle of four Dearborn which actually took place about a mile from fort Dearborn along the Chicago river on August fifteenth eighteen twelve the pot of Wadham tribe, frustrated over what it believed was a broken agreement with the US military, charged a group who were evacuating to another fort. The battle was won by the tribe in just fifteen minutes, but thirty eight US military members fourteen civilians and fifteen native Americans were killed. I'm Ryan burrow with community corners on WGN radio. Now, WGN sports, here's Marquardt. Good morning. Blackhawks general manager STAN Bowman busy late Sunday. Reworking the Blackhawks roster while creating more cost certainty sent free agent to be Nick schmaltz to the Arizona coyotes were forwards Dylan's. Strom and Brendan per Leany Strom the third overall pick in two thousand fifteen purlee the twelfth overall selection in twenty fourteen schmaltz at twenty one goals last year. The Blackhawks home with Las Vegas on Tuesday night NFL Sunday night. Vikings beat the Packers twenty four seventeen Kirk cousins three touchdowns. Baker Mayfield four touchdowns. The Browns over the Bengals thirty five. Twenty Cleveland ends a streak of twenty five straight losses on the road. That was one of the most ever the lions have that one still twenty six straight Philip rivers twenty eight or twenty nine including twenty five straight. Completions to start the game. Chargers. Cardinals forty five to ten and the eagles top the giants twenty five twenty two. It's the bears and the giants next Sunday college basketball, north western a winner as was Illinois northern Illinois topped Oakland UNC, Wilmington beat eastern, Illinois. I'm Mark Harmon WGN sports..
"ryan burrow" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Thirty first flight twenty four thirty one was headed from Durango Mexico to Mexico City with one hundred three people on board. Father Zeki essentially Villanova was on that flight on his way. Home after celebrating his fiftieth birthday the plane hit bad weather shortly after take-off and quickly fell back to ground bouncing and sliding off the runway ABC's Ryan burrow now with the aftermath of that horrific crash amazingly while more than eighty people were hurt everyone all one hundred and three passengers and crew members survived father Sanchez says he saw the mercy of God that day the fact that nobody died. Was the miraculous part for me because we didn't land on water. We didn't. The plane fall apart crashed on the underground. It was that fire. You had broken engines, you had everything that would tell you. This is bad situation. The weather kept the fire at bay. We weren't so fast that the plane didn't flip should've flipped. It. Didn't we weren't? So high. That upon coming back down. We would have gone straight into a field, and that would have been a different thing. So there were so many factors do with the plane. It was just providence months after the crash. Father Sanchez has had a chance to reflect on how it's changed his outlook on life the way. I see it is it's an opportunity to all of us to reevaluate and tell everybody how precious life is. You need to tell people how precious life and something like that. Makes you reorient your priorities have things changed for you. And your perspective and the way that you. Well, the experience of an accident such as that like all accidents. I think that are very serious or life threatening. First thing that comes back to you is who's called you. Who's looking for you? Who's concerned for you? What are people's expressions of love to you? And that's what kind of has been changing me more than the crash itself. The overwhelming amount of support that has come the both from my own prisoners here at the shrine and just people from all over Chicago been very generous. He believes it's made him a better priest family member is is in the hospital. You're far more far more. Sensitive to people's pain. Do you feel like you? Appreciate things more now than you. Did that clearly grateful, and I tried to talk to the other passengers who are struggling with post traumatic stress thing that are beginning to flower. That the healthiest thing you can do is one learned to pray but more than to be grateful, and there's part of the guilt that comes in person's life is I you're asking God help help. And then God help you. And you're like why me? But I always tell people to stop trying to make more sense out of it other than take it to one area, which is credit. Which is so great. Because times come in. When someone's gonna need your support had asked father Sanchez, what it was like to eventually board a plane to come back to Chicago with that broken arm, laughing is my therapy. This way. Get through thing when I got on the plane same company. Staying uniforms. And so I still when I got up on. I looked at the pilot and the crew and I said, okay. This is the second time around. Let's see if we can get it. Right. This. So they were all kind of chuckling about it father Sanchez was back preaching mass at the shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe weeks later, we can say that the miracle is about the airplane crashing and burning up immediately. So people can get out that might be away. But the miracle. I was that there were so many who care about each other. Ryan burrow, ABC news, Chicago more when this ABC special America Gibbs thanks continues..
"ryan burrow" Discussed on WTVN
"Thirty first flight twenty four thirty one was headed from Durango Mexico to Mexico City with one hundred three people on board. Father is equally essential Sevilla was on that flight on his way home after celebrating his fiftieth birthday the plane hit that weather shortly after take-off and quickly fell back to ground bouncing and sliding off the runway ABC's Ryan burrow now with the aftermath of that horrific crash amazingly while more than eighty people were hurt everyone all one hundred and three passengers and crew members survived father Sanchez says he saw the mercy of God that day the fact that nobody died. Was the miraculous part for me. Because it was we didn't land on water. We didn't. The plane fall apart it crashed on the ground. It was that fire. You had broken engines, you everything that would tell you. This is bad situation. The weather kept the fire at bay. We weren't so fast that the plane didn't flip should've flipped didn't we weren't. So high. That upon coming back down. We would have gone straight into a field, and that would have been a different thing. So there were so many factors and then I do with the plane. It was just providence months after the crash. Father Sanchez has had a chance to reflect on how it's changed his outlook on life the way. I see it is it's an opportunity to all of us to reevaluate and tell everybody how precious life is. You need to tell people how precious life and something like that. Makes you reorient your priorities have things changed for you. And your perspective and the way that you talk about it. Well, the experience of an accident such as that like all accidents. I think that are very serious or life threatening. First thing that comes back to you is who's called you. Looking for you. Who's concerned for you? What are people's expressions of love to you? And that's what kind of has been changing me more than the crash itself. The overwhelming amount of support that has come the both from my own prisoners here at the shrine just people from all over Chicago had been very generous. He believes it's made him a better priest family member is is in the hospital. You're far more far more sensitive to people's pain. Do you feel like you? Appreciate things more now than you did that clearly you're far more grateful, and.
"ryan burrow" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Ryan burrow is at Chicago's O'Hare with more travel agencies predicting the heaviest travel volume in more than a decade this thanksgiving week fueled mostly by a strong economy, but AAA motor clubs bet mosier says cheaper gas prices and airline tickets do free up travelers wallets as well. They may take that last minute road trip or what we find to is that people will spend more on vacation. So they may go out to dinner more often, or they may take a show or spend more money while they're there group airlines for America's projecting more than thirty million flyers in the twelve days around thanksgiving. Ryan burrow, ABC news, Chicago, President Trump was tweeting about the lower gas prices this morning, and thanks Saudi Arabia had comes a day after he vowed to stand by the Saudi government after the death of journalists Jamal kashogi a decision that's facing increased backlash here at home unlikely. The president is going to bow to pressure from lawmakers. He made that very clear. Yeah. Yesterday that for him. It is America first, and he is not going to do anything to jeopardize the relationship between the United States and Saudi Arabia because he said there are just too many economic implications. He doesn't want to see the price of oil go up. He doesn't want to jeopardize that weapon sale agreement that he made last year with the Saudis ABC's. Karen Travers at the White House. Nancy Pelosi has another lawmaker in her corner. In her bid for speaker of the house. Democratic Representative Brian Higgins of New York says he now supports Pelosi. It comes two days after he signed a letter saying that he would vote against her. There's some positive numbers out for the housing market thing. Home sales increased by one point four percent in October, Kathy Fettke, the head of the real wealth network. The jump follows six months of declines and many are keeping a watch on Wall Street today after the Dow tumbled five hundred and fifty points yesterday right now, it's up more than one hundred and seventy points. You're listening to ABC news. Arizona's.
"ryan burrow" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Fly ABC's Ryan burrow checking things out at O'Hare international in Chicago, the travel rush is on good morning. Jamaica, New York, I'm going to Connecticut O'Hare has been full. But the line seemed to be moving pretty well. If you come early it's been great back on would I'm pleased right now. I'm just waiting for. Wheelchair and equally important. We're not seeing any major delays or cancellations so far Ryan burrow ABC news Chicago day before the thanksgiving feast, the CDC telling everyone to throw away every bit of romaine lettuce. There's an e coli outbreak in university of Florida food science professor Keith Snyder says this organism e coli on one five seven is a particularly virulent strain of e-coli it can be deadly. It's already made thirty two people sick in eleven states. President Trump reportedly was pushing for prosecutions against some political foes last spring. The president reports the New York Times till then White House counsel, Don Mcgann that he wanted to order the Justice department to prosecute Hillary Clinton and former FBI director James Comey. Sources tell the times had Mcgann told Trump that as president. He didn't have the thirty to do so ABC's Dave Packer. Police in Nashville Tennessee thinks someone threw a chunk of concrete off a highway overpass hitting a car and killing the driver. They're looking through, sir. Surveillance video stock futures pointing towards a lower open again after a day that saw big tech firms like apple Google and Amazon take huge hits these are companies that hit record highs in the summer and even in the September. Now they've sold off. They've wiped out about a trillion dollars in value ABC's, Rebecca Jarvis all the major indices now negative for the year. You're listening to ABC news. Hey guys can hear from the hip hot cast today's growth who would win a three mile bicycle race and eleven year old girl or last year's winner of the tour de France. It all depends on the bicycle it depends on their vehicle bulletin, a ten speed in the pro racers gonna win every time but put the race around a tricycle in the eleven year old winds every time you see it's not the driver. It's the vehicle when it comes to generating revenue. It's exactly the same..
"ryan burrow" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Individual ABC's. Ryan burrow has details. From Chicago police superintendent Eddie Johnson says the gunman retreated into the hospital where he fatally shot a pharmacy technician shooting that poor woman that got gets got off an elevator and nothing to do with nothing and he shot during the gun fight with police fatally shot officers Samuel Jimenez. The gunman was not initially identified by police, but they say he did not have a criminal background. Ryan burrow, ABC news, Chicago the gunman is dead. First daughter, Ivanka Trump, one of the president's closest advisers apparently used a personal Email account to conduct government business. This was first reported by the Washington Post ABC's. Janai Norman has reaction as spokesperson for a vodka claimed. Trump was unaware she was not supposed to use her personal Email when she first joined the president's team and made it clear that no classified information was ever. Shared writing statement when concerns were raised mistrust reviewed and verified her Email us. With White House counsel and explained the issue to congressional leaders areas ravaged by wildfires in California, bracing for rain as the death toll in the campfire in northern California's risen to seventy nine ABC's. Alex stone says I northern California. The worry is that the rain will hamper efforts to recover human remains. And that it will impact the many evacuees who were still living in tent cities, the Trump administration's plan to refuse asylum to migrants who crossed the border illegally has been put on hold by a federal judge at San Francisco judge issued a temporary restraining order. You're listening to ABC news..
"ryan burrow" Discussed on WGN Radio
"News time, here's Ryan burrow. You've got twenty seven degrees. Lots of clouds in the area right now. Especially around O'Hare police in south suburban Harvey of announced charges against a twenty seven year old man related to the murder of a popular. Barber known to serve Chicago Bears player police chief, Gregory Thomas. The motives would be a jealousy. The young man who was murdered was dating the ex girlfriend of our suspect in his case. Twenty-seven-year-old Perry goes off Madison now faces first degree murder charges. Mike Karney was fatally shot October twenty first at a gas station in Harvey Wisconsin governor Scott Walker hasn't had a media event since losing his reelection bid more than a week ago today. Walker posted on Facebook that he hasn't spoken out of decency. Adding that the decent thing to do is let governor elect Tony eaters have his time to talk about the transition day, two of the El Chapo trial underway in New York City. The defense resuming its opening statements after getting a stern lecture from the judge who agreed with prosecutors that one of the attorneys went too far in the first face. The opening remarks claiming Mexico's president took bribes from El Chapo cartel. However, the judge did not strike the full opening remarks as requested by the prosecution the head of the biggest group of charter schools in Chicago now facing allegations of misconduct the school board and noble network is brought in and. Outside law firm to investigate it, some CEO the Tribune reports Michael milky is accused of inappropriate behavior with at least one female graduate schools. Board says the investigational focus on milky past conduct and that it will review and improve upon its internal procedures that govern the reporting of misconduct allegations milky announced a week ago his plans to retire early. The Quan WGN news new study shows Northwestern University and the university of Chicago maybe tougher to get into than anywhere else in the country of.
"ryan burrow" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"The east coast ABC's Ryan burrow reports with major flooding on I ninety five and I forty North Carolina. Transportation secretary Jim trodden is asking drivers coming from the north to the south to completely bypass North Carolina. We're asking those travelers to use Virginia's is sixty four west to ICTY one to us seventy five in Tennessee sixteen into Georgia by Saturday. There were more than one hundred major roads in North Carolina that were closed due to flooding. Ryan burrow, ABC news, Fayetteville North Carolina. Many residents who evacuated North Carolina's Outer Banks ahead of hurricane Florence made their way back Saturday to the barrier islands a popular tourist destination. Spared the worst of the storm's wrath. Our next news update at twelve. I'm Dako shell on KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. A couple of very heavy spots across the mile high city rights now, I twenty five very heavy northbound between six and Colfax. I seventy eastbound still a little heavy between York and Washington NAFTA. The earlier crash cleanup outside of that you highways are in delightful. Order this wonderful evening with the rest of I seventy twenty five and two to five at posted speeds off highway twelfth avenues closed between Lincoln and Broadway as police investigators shooting your CBS four weather this evening, clear skies rights now low of around sixty three as we head towards the midnight hour, your current temperature is a very nice seventy. I'm victim on KOA. Newsradio. Colorado's news, traffic and weather station. Monday on Colorado's morning news. Very Cain damage in the Carolinas. We'll check in on the aftermath from the raiders to the ravens in week. Three. Brings the first road tests for the Broncos chat live with Dave Logan at seven forty on KOA NewsRadio..
"ryan burrow" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Here steve grzanich good morning everyone right now in chicago partly sunny skies fifty degrees authorities in kenosha wisconsin are looking for an escaped inmate wgn's ryan burrow is here with more thirtythreeyearold jared mcgovern escape the kenosha correction center minimum security facility the sheriff's office was alerted thursday mcgovern is described as a white man five feet ten inches tall one hundred and sixty pounds with blue eyes and blond hair he has several cases against him including charges of armed robbery and obstructing an officer anyone with information is asked to contact police ryan burrow wgn news a firefighter had to climb into a toy filled claw machine yesterday at a laundromat in suburban chicago to rescue a three year old boy who got stuck inside the child wasn't hurt after being trapped inside the toy machine in palatine palatine fire department responded crews took apart the prize machine once they got inside they lifted the boy from the machine reunited him with his mother the fire department there says this is a first for that department of family in suburban oaklawn is doing richards high school jessica alba says she was a freshman when she caught one of the school's staff members raymond van sickle filming her in the girls locker room off of my child child porn charges against sickle have been dropped he's now facing lesser charges of unauthorized video recording the girl has since switched schools a developer has previewed plans for development in chicago that includes thirteen million square feet of buildings including skyscrapers up to nine hundred fifty feet tall sixty two acre former rail yard.
"ryan burrow" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"St louis officials helping business will get back to normal i was a violent weekend in st louis after a number of peaceful demonstrations took a turn several police officers were injured dozens of people arrested this after the acquittal of a white police officer in the two thousand eleven shooting death of a book black a drug suspect joining us is that ryan burrow abc news ryan burrow good morning ryan good morning initially not too many people know about this story about the uh former saint louis police officer j through stock way who are in 2011 chased a drug suspect and opened fire killing him at one point off pointing a weapon that with his own poor a weapon i acted shot back then um is saying some things that were recorded on police kate before the shooting thing that he was going to kill the suspect so um you know that obviously i enraged a lot of people but this was kind of under the radar because charges didn't come until last year are big judge are making the decision it was uh it was not a it would have been trial wasn't a jury that made this decision and a decision was handed down friday that day indeed this officer would be acquitted now uh when we uh pretty official had been planning for there to be demonstration they knew there would be on friday thirty three arrested were some clashed with police including at more than a dozen and police officers who were hard by prone water bottle often chemicals that were sprayed its lowest rock that were thrown on saturday nine a record net another flareup last night with about eighty arrests have many of them people who just refuse to go home after police tried to clue three we know there were arrests like you were just saying but outside of some kind of general coverage that these protests were taking place it didn't seem to get a ton of traction nationally is that in part because like you said the city was prepped for this the police department did have an idea that stuff was probably going to happen well yeah a lot of things shot down as a result of this said the school flat out early on friday a lot of businesses just did not open so essentially the police and these demonstrators working on it and empty playing field for most of the.
"ryan burrow" Discussed on WTVN
"I'm richard cantu signing what they called a credible threat from white supremacist organizers have moved vigil planned for tonight in the wake of saturday's deadly car attack in charlottesville virginia they move it from the university of virginia opting instead for a live stream abc's ryan burrow in charlottesville governor terry mcauliffe speaking at a unity rally in richmond urging politicians from the white house to local leaders let's call for what it is they were white supremacists they were nazis they don't stand for us they call themselves patriots ladies and gentlemen they were not patriots they get out of bed every day to hate people into vied our country mcauliffe saying our leaders need to be unequivocal ryan burrow abc news charlottesville virginia president trump is drawing criticism for not condemning specifically white nationalist groups in this incident national security adviser h r mcmaster considers it a terror attack any time you commit an attack against people to incite fear it is terrorism it meets the definition of terrorism mcmaster on abc's this week broadcast also on this week ousted white house communications director anthony scaramucci he thinks the president could have made a more forceful response and says the president would be well advised to distance himself from strategist steve bannon in the white house and the breitbart ideology the whole thing is nonsensical it's not serving the president's interests he's gotta move more and in the mainstream he's got to be more into where the moderates are in the independence or during his this week appearance h r mcmaster also talked about the north korea situation despite the bellicose rhetoric the defence posture on the korean peninsula hasn't really ramped up we're closer to war than a week ago but we're are closer to war than we were a decade ago the philippines dealing with its first ever bird flu outbreak at least two hundred thousand birds to be called after thirty seven thousand died from the h.