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"south suburban humane society" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:40 min | 4 months ago

"south suburban humane society" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Terry Godmother's got, Father. That would be nice. How much money are you down? Oh, gosh, we've been cut in half in half or more than half of what lasts. The normal income would be wish you the best of luck. Maybe this will help a little bit leave. I certainly hope so. Coming up next on the Friday afternoon Focus. I talked to the CEO of the South suburban Humane Society about their work to protect the wellbeing of pets in their community. She's quite a lady was great to talk to her. Speaking of quite a lady, Here's Mary van, Develop mild weather and traffic up left on a Friday. Thanks, Steve happening again. You know, I'm taking the recording 72 degrees tonight Clear with a low of 51. Tomorrow's sunny and a high of 72 Another beautiful day. Things are coming down on some of the roads. The Eaton's is OK. The outbound Kennedy only 26 minutes to the airport, 50 in from O'Hare, and about 32 from the Eaton's with an accident at Belmont on the shoulder. Still a rough ride Outbound Eisenhower up to 48 Minutes, setting 23 90 50 coming in from Mannheim about 32. Stevenson APP on a slow and Ogden 42, the tristate and 35 coming in the Ryan installed 55 outbound in the center lane and an accident. Rosella Lake and Gary Traffic, sponsored by Stand Up to cancer. Stand up to cancer is a groundbreaking initiative created to accelerate innovative cancer research that will get new therapies to patients quickly and save lives now visit stand up to cancer dot or GE. Amara Vandeveld from the ID at traffic center, reminding you to drive responsibly. It really is a matter of life or death. Rollie James. I have very few cooking skills. I made a deal with the Fire department. I don't they don't come. What I discovered was the joy of the exploding Pyrex.

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"south suburban humane society" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:54 min | 4 months ago

"south suburban humane society" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Burlington loved the deal's next traffic report at 5, 58, NewsRadio, 78 and 15 Point out of him. We have clouds in Chicago land now and when that sun finally gets up what will actually see it today? It'll be pretty nice as we head to our high of 52 degrees. Right now. 33 No here 36 degrees along Chicago's lakefront at 5 50. Chicago's most trusted stop for updated news minute by MINUTE news Radio 7 81 Opie 810.9 FM. A groundbreaking ceremony was held yesterday for a new animal shelter in Madison, a $6 million grant from Cook County. Will help build a new facility for the South Suburban Humane Society along Central Avenue. The Humane Society will raise the rest of the money needed for construction. The Milwaukee based Harley Davidson company appears to be doing better financially after enacting a turnaround plan and as customers hit dealerships looking for an outdoor adventure early. Davidson has hit some bumps in the road in recent years, but has since cut costs and customers walked in with those stimulus checks this year, Garrett Nelson with CFR Research tells W. Baby. Business. Our combination of better than expected revenue combined with better than expected costs, which drove a pretty impressive bottom line, be adjusted earnings per share for Holly did it's 50% year over here in the third quarter, But Nelson says, Don't look for big deals because much like the auto industry, Harley Davidson has tamped down on incentive spending. Jennifer Kipper NewsRadio 105.9 FM private backers, including North Dakota's governor and a WalMart air. Have pledged $100 million to help build a proposed presidential library for Theodore Roosevelt in the states Western Badlands, where he lived as a cowboy before becoming the 26th U. S president. The North Dakota Legislature already approved $50 million to operate the library, but specified it must be matched by $100 million in private money in order to build it. A disgraced self improvement guru facing a lengthy prison term, he thrown the area. The founder of the Self Improvement program, Nexium was sentenced to 120 years in prison Tuesday by a federal judge in Brooklyn. The 60 year old Ranieri was convicted last year of a sex trafficking conspiracy tied to Nexium. Prosecutors had presented evidence that Ranieri turned some followers into sex slaves who were branded with his initials. Adherents were charged thousands of dollars for invitation on Ly self improvement courses that included humiliation and pledge. Obedience to Ranieri. Prosecutors had sought life in prison during sentencing. Some former followers confronted Runny Arian court with one calling him a sexual predator. I Mike Rossi business news just 90 seconds away. It's 5 50 to Nora O'Donnell in Washington, D C. The role of a journalist is to open the window into another world of experience. I feel an incredible responsibility..

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"south suburban humane society" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:50 min | 4 months ago

"south suburban humane society" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"To partly cloudy skies tomorrow bit milder with a high of 52 Right now, Cloudy and 37 degrees in Chicago as the News watch continues at 8 31 President Trump, former vice president Biden and their surrogates appeared in several battleground states today during a stop in Michigan, the president said, pulls in that state and many others showing a close race. Are wrong. We're gonna have a great red wave, he complained the press has focused too much on the worsening pandemic covert covert covered covered Barack Obama responded in Orlando. He's jealous of Colvin's media covers. Joe Biden campaigned in Georgia, aiming to become the first Democrat to win that state in 28 years. I know this country. I know our people. I know we can unite and heal this nation. Stephen Portnoy CBS News More than 1000, religious leaders have signed on to a statement calling for a free and fair election. The letter calls on public officials, civic leaders of all people in positions of power to ensure an election in which all eligible Americans can safely cast their votes without fear of intimidation. It also asked that every vote be counted before the election has decided, even if the process takes longer due to call that 19 precautions. The letter also calls for active and public support for a peaceful transition of power to which President Trump has declined to fully commit if he loses. Adelson Keys, CBS News Governor Pritzker says the rising number of Corona virus cases in Chicago means the city will now be covered by some of the same restrictions in place across many suburban communities starting on Friday at 12:01 A.m.. In the city of Chicago and tomorrow at 12:01 A.m. here in suburban Cook County, and in Metro East, public gatherings will be reduced to 25 people and indoor restaurant, dining service and indoor bar service will be temporarily closed. Although again outdoor service intents and igloos as well as public sorry, pick up and delivery will continue. Governor says Surging Cove in 19 cases in Chicago prompted the move the time Dr Gaza is Ikea, state public health director says positive test results or climbing and have remained above 8% for three consecutive days. She says she's also troubled by an increase. In hospital admissions with assistance from Cook County, the South suburban Humane Society will build a large animal shelter in Madison County Board President Toni Preckwinkle presided over a groundbreaking ceremony attended by a few pets up for adoption, as well as local elected officials and others, and South suburban Humane Society CEO Emily Clem. Was delighted with the prospects for a new, larger facility to care for unwanted her stray animals and provide services. Ultimately, we're standing here because of the Cook County Grant program.

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Chicago - Cook County announces $8 million in animal grants

Wintrust Business Lunch with Steve Bertrand

00:26 sec | 10 months ago

Chicago - Cook County announces $8 million in animal grants

"Kind of board president Toni Preckwinkle along with the department of animal and rabies control announced Monday that will go to animal shelters from housing cook county animals grants practical explains why I'm so excited to announce eight million dollars in grants to to area shelters that provide such so such vital services for our community south suburban Humane Society gets six million have instant receives twelve million the city of Evanston there

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Chicago: Pit bull found in trash bag on side of road in Willow Springs recovering at south suburban shelter

Steve Cochran

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Chicago: Pit bull found in trash bag on side of road in Willow Springs recovering at south suburban shelter

"And Amanda dog was rescued from a trash bag by the side of the road in suburban willow springs the malnourished pit bull was found on Monday on forest Avenue near eighty seventh street he was taken to a veterinary hospital for treatment he's now being cared for the south suburban Humane Society where staff have named him Vinny your C. E. O. Emily class he's very shy he's very frightened you know whatever he went through was bad with humans and so it's going to take him awhile to learn how the trust again but that's where we come in and maybe you know once he does start trusting again he'll be up for adoption the cook county sheriff's office is

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"south suburban humane society" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"south suburban humane society" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The median when I heard the fire truck come in live in the house very not another tenant used a cellphone to capture Chicago firefighters during their response to the fire she also caught on video a woman who police say now admits she started that fire yeah she's still being questioned no charges have yet been filed ABC news is citing multiple sources that an intelligence briefing to members of Congress last week warned that Russia is once again interfering in the American election process and that it's reportedly trying to get president trump re elected John Coleman is a former acting undersecretary when security Russia interfered in the twenty sixteen presidential election they continue targeting the United States with intelligence operations after that election and based on what we've heard from the intelligence community recently they seek to interfere and the twenty twenty presidential election passengers aboard the contaminated diamond princess cruise ship in Japan who tested negative for the novel coronavirus are being allowed off now but those with American passports won't be allowed back into the U. S. just yet ABC news senior foreign correspondent Iain panel is in Japan over several weeks covered nineteen has spread to twenty nine countries and territories killing more than two thousand an infected more than seventy five thousand mostly in China two and a half million residents in one Korean city ordered to stay indoors after a woman who authorities colder super spreader infected dozens in a room church there's now a second recall in just a matter of months from the same maker of a water bottle A. B. C.'s Yuni haunt contigo recalling five point seven million kids water bottles due to a choking hazard after the company received over four hundred reports about this about detaching twenty seven reports of the spell was found inside a child's mouth the recall only applies the bottles with a black bass and cover of this bout sold between twenty eighteen and twenty twenty at target Walmart and Costco contigo says customers quote should immediately stop using the bottles and take them away from children to go kids clinical water bottles were also recalled back in August over a problem with the lids and more legal trouble for H. G. T. V.'s windy city rehab home improvement show WG Ms James Sears Ellison Victoria criminals is suing a notary public if either forging her signature and documents were notorious in documents she says she didn't sign the HGTV host is seeking a temporary restraining order from Adriana Rodriguez the lawsuit comes as a hearing ordered four of the properties communis is working on to become the beacon and secure until another court hearing next month James Sears WGN news subtleties in willow springs the southwest suburbs investigating an animal cruelty case the separate dogs suffering from malnutrition was found inside a garbage bag Monday on side road C. E. O. of south suburban Humane Society Emily clam says it's a pit bull says there now caring for the dog they named Vinny thankfully that animal control officer was able to respond in time because he definitely would have died if you've been left there for very much longer she says Vinnie will be available for adoption once he regains his health and learns to trust humans again another area congressman thrown his support behind a presidential candidate WGN Triborough congressman Jimmy Garcia is throwing his support behind Bernie Sanders will be joining the Vermont senator in Nevada at a rally Friday ahead of the state's February twenty second caucuses Garcia back Sanders over Hillary Clinton in twenty sixteen Sanders back Garcia for his congressional running twenty eighteen are seated weight in his initial support for Sanders the cycle siding relationships with former Obama cabinet member billion Castro former congressman Beto o'rourke and senator Kirsten Gillibrand Ribeiro WGN news WGN sports Blackhawks host Nashville Friday the pregame with Chris Boden at seven puck drops at seven thirty with John Wiedeman and Troy Murray on seven twenty WGN added WGN radio dot com college basketball I will beat the Ohio state eighty five seventy six southern Illinois gets passed Evansville seventy fifty three a blow out in Nebraska the Michigan state Spartans take care of the Cornhuskers eighty six sixty five on the lawn on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN when you order a little Caesars deliver you'll say five dollars more over the other national chains until every pizza it's the cherry on top of your pizza well not now actual cherry more of a metaphorical cherry which is kind of a good band name hello.

Chicago: Vinny The Pit Bull Found Alive, Trapped In Trash Bags In Willow Springs

Roe Conn

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Chicago: Vinny The Pit Bull Found Alive, Trapped In Trash Bags In Willow Springs

"The cook county animal and rabies control warden says they received a call Monday about a dog found in a trash bag you're forced Avenue in eighty seven straight male people was dumped in double bag trash bags dog was said to be dehydrated it's undergoing treatment at the south suburban Humane Society staff there has named him Vinnie they say he's extremely underweight and frightened and unit information is urged to call the cook county sheriff's police special

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"south suburban humane society" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"south suburban humane society" Discussed on WGN Radio

"He kicked off Chicago's first annual poverty summit the mayor says the plan is to listen learn an act toward a city wide project this is about helping people living in economic hardship anti poverty and let me be clear it is of course about yeah but not just that it's also about what it means for us to think about a new kind of economic growth and to set a new course for city economic growth that values everyone she says the city needs to create a pathway to connect residents with training that can help them land work in growing industries thirty four year old man is due in court today on charges he fondled a three year old girl inside a river north restaurant happened earlier this week Christopher plenty facing charges the cook county sheriff's department is trying to figure out who dumped a dog alive in a bag on the side of the road and we'll springs this week here's WGN's Ryan burly cook county animal and rabies control warden says they received a call Monday about a dog found in a trash bag your forest Avenue in eighty seven straight male pit bull was dumped in double bag trash bags dog was said to be dehydrated it's undergoing treatment at the south suburban Humane Society staff there has named him Vinnie they say he's extremely underweight and frightened anyone with information is urged to call the cook county sheriff's police special operations unit Ribeiro WGN news the sentencing hearing for a long time trump ally Roger stone is on going inside a federal courtroom in Washington judge Amy Berman Jackson will impose the sentence after long discussions with attorneys on either side a jury convicted stone of seven felony counts including obstruction in lying to Congress and witness tampering the number of high and rental units has increased by fifty one percent in the past five years in Chicago and the growth continues with plans for more than ten thousand new apartments in the next couple of years but the moon doesn't mean dropping rent's consultant integra realty resources so they're likely to keep going up to three percent a year Morgan Stanley's buying E. trade the company said today dealers were thirteen billion dollars WGN sports the Blackhawks symbols are off tonight Ohio state is taking on Iowa in big ten play back to the money here's orient Samuelson looking a lot of red on my market screens today the Wall Street story now wall in red the Dow industrial average down two hundred ninety points the S. and P. five hundred down thirty two points the nasdaq is down to a hundred and forty point and the worry factor we called big said the of CBO we is up a little over two points red in the agricultural commodity trading as well of the Chicago board of trade the March wheat contract is up for our down four and a half cents a bushel March corn down half a penny and March soybeans are trading lower down one and three quarters cents the corona virus continues to have an impact on the market the number of cases in China went down but now the number of cases outside China is up raising more concerns about the global impact of the epidemic the mood elsewhere in the market more subdued as the number of new corona virus cases climbed in South Korea and Japan reported two new deaths what should take a look at the oil situation not much change in the inventory reports that came up this morning and not much else in the way of reports other than the big acquisition change of ownership in the financial industry that's your money on seven twenty W. G. S. forty degrees at o'hare I'm Stever tread on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN when you order a little Caesars deliver you'll say five dollars more over the other national chains on delivered pizza it's the cherry on top of your pizza well not an actual cherry more of a metaphorical cherry which is kind of a good band name hello pizza pizza seriously was based on.

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"south suburban humane society" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

13:58 min | 2 years ago

"south suburban humane society" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Morning. I am in the studio WGN radio studio, and I'm not alone. Emily claimed from south suburban humane society is here. Good morning. Emily all on a second. I don't understand here. Say that again. There we go. Good morning. Steve. Good morning. Boy. It is early in the morning, right? It's very early. I know I know, hey, I don't want to bury the lead as they say. In the journalism business. I'm going to start it right off by saying. Yes. Emily claim executive director. I should say of south suburban humane society who's been on this show many times over the course of the years and also on in the morning was Steve Cochran adopting out dogs successfully. Yes, you are no stranger to WGN radio. You are no stranger to the Chicago area. You've been doing this job for eleven years. And you have a very. Not just the special announcement, a very special announcement to make are we ready? I'm ready if you're okay broke up. That's what we hear before the announcement happens. Here announcement is south suburban humane society isn't our forty nine th year of operation, and we're making to me what is one of the most exciting announcements we've made in that entire history. And that is that we are opening an additional building an adoption center in homeland. We had a very generous donor who chooses to remain anonymous who purchased the old homeless animal hospital building and gifted it to leasing. Yes. So we're in the process of renovating it, and we're going to turn it into an adoption center. Completely gut the building I assume well, we're lucky in that the there's some kennelling in the hospital. He had a pretty good boarding business. So there are thirty or outdoor kennels that are there and in good shape. They just need some rehab, but there's a lot of plumbing and electrical, and you know, the building's been vacant for four years. So there's some significant renovations that have to be done. But it's in a great neighborhood. Homeland is an amazing community and actually want to tell you that the mayor of homeland is a fan of yours. What he shared with me yesterday? The mayor felt if you're listening with your dogs. He said he listens every Sunday morning. So really well mayor whole field. I will vote for you. It doesn't matter. If I don't live at home would write these other Chicago rules vote for whoever you want anywhere you want. Absolutely. Well, that's very kind. Thank you. Thank you mayor. But but I there are lots of thank yous to go around here. Certainly for home would certainly for this donor. My goodness. That's that's amazing to you for what you do. For south suburban humane now. Whereas south suburban humane, the primary shelter in Chicago heights. And so the shelter will stay there still be intake and all of that. And then we'll just transfer adoptable pets over to that Senator will you still do adoptions from your current location. We will just because are so many pets in need. So I want to get to in a second. So social cargo overall let me spread that out Chicago metropolitan area overall is doing a far better job than say ten years ago. And that's a bad way to put it in a way because I think people were trying and doing a very good job the best of their ability ten years ago. I don't think that's changed. What has changed is the paradigm guess for pet adoptions and Chicago greatly is a part of that change. Despite what one particular alderman in Chicago, rattles off all the time. Or at least did before he began to run for office and is concerned about his own political rear end. You know, he's got to get back in office is his goal. I'm sure, but but Chicago is actually doing very well beginning with Chicago animal care and control. That's kind of the center of the spokes. Yes. And then the spokes you're one of them come out all Chicago, animal care and control. I don't know what their exact numbers are at this moment, but they have over a ninety percent release rate, which is in so called no kill territory, which means that over ninety percent of the animals, get out alive can more should more. Yes. And as a community. Can we do better? Could we do better? Of course, we need to do better. Having said that we are doing, and you tell me what you think about this. I believe we're doing far better as a larger community, not necessarily only south suburban humane. But including south suburban humane than we were even five years ago little little on ten years ago. Oh, absolutely. I think the entire landscape of animal sheltering and welfare is different today than it was when I started eleven years ago for sure I think that it's evolving to recognize that it is an entire community issue. It is not the fault of or the responsibility of the animal shelter to clean up or deal with the pet challenges that exists in our communities, and it's really partnering with our community. That's the most exciting thing to me that has changed and animal sheltering is that we're seeing our community as a valuable partner in our work. We're helping people keep their pets keep them out of the shelter altogether. Keep them in that. At home that loves them. Keep them with that family you and I have talked a lot about retention, and I think that focusing on those programs and spay neuter, of course, is really what has improved animal sheltering and welfare in the Chicago land area. It's taken a little while for us all to get there. But I think the majority of us working on these issues all agree that that's the future. And and I would agree with that as well. Of course, what is in your neck of the woods? The primary reason why pets land at your door by dogs and cats are homeless in your part of the Chicago area. Yeah. It's a variety of things. But our greatest challenge right now is stray large dogs. We have seven animal control contracts with municipalities we have more that want to use us. And until we get this adoption center off the ground. We just don't have the space and the resources to house those pets pets come in. Not microchip. With no identification, and a huge challenge that we have in Chicago metro is that if your pet goes missing, there may be five six places, it could be so it's a it's a real issue that we have to engage with to figure out how we make it clear, if you lose your pet where do you go to find it, and what are those processes to get it back because every every place is different with regards to that too. So are these pets are they lost or are most of them? Just let out because people for whatever the reason often behavior problem, I presume is defined by their family. It's a problem are just being led out. They're not considered members of the family. I think it's a mixture of both. We we have them come in. And they're in really good shape. It's clear that they were in a home. There are others that come in. It's clear they've been on the streets for quite a while. So I think it could be both, you know, we also taken owner surrenders, and they're still a huge number of people that are forced to move economic times and landlords that don't accept. Pets. I think that's really another big aspect that we all have to work together. So so that's another factor. Well, you are talking about a broad diverse area of Chicago. And also the south suburban community. We're talking about a broad spectrum of economic realities, and well, we have some people that do very very, well, a lot of individuals, and that part of the city, and suburbs, aren't so lucky. It's very true. I mean, we have incredibly high levels of poverty in the south suburbs. Right across the railroad tracks from the shelter is Ford heights, which has one of the highest unemployment rates in the country. Let alone the Chicago metro region. So we're really dealing with a lot of economic challenges that people go through with their pets. And and so the diversification of resources when you look at something like Cook County, which has the northern suburbs, which don't have as many animal challenges and in the south suburbs. Which? Do and then you figure out how to allocate those resources, it's it's a big conversation and a challenge. All right. We have lots of text here. And I should have said that earlier. So this is the fault of the host. Our phone number's three one two. I've just started doing radio today. Three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred you can text us at that same number and people are doing just that. So I'm going to try to make you know, sometimes when you text the broken up and they're hard to read. So here's my phone number. And I'm not gonna read that on the air. Please ask them lay that you if she would give me a call because I have new carpeting that I believe they're trying to say they could donate. So I will give you that phone number. Thank you. Lots of text here saying, congratulations. Let's see what else we have. And a tech saying south suburban does an amazing job. Thank you. Let's talk about the elephants in the room sort of speak. And and a part of what we've talked about everything everything that we've talked about a part of that has to do with what's going on in the greater community, the greater community for the south and southwest side of Chicago and all those south and southwest suburbs is a happening or not happening. But maybe better put in Chicago ridge animal welfare league of Chicago and Chicago ridge because they have a Chicago facilities. Well has been around as long as you think conger, right, right? And they've up historically been open intake where they've taken in any dog or cat in need of a home. I believe that stopped. They have internal issues that I've written about before it's been in the news on TV on radio where there are concerns about the facility itself and even the way potentially animals may be treated, and that is no secret to people in animal welfare who have known about this for some time. They've made some changes there. I hope some changes for the positive, but some changes include changes that actually put more pressure on you. And I know you've been public about talking about this. And that includes a contract actually with the county. Can you explain that, sir? So you know, I think I would love to say is that everyone wants animal welfare league to succeed. Yes. Underlining. Number one. Yes statement to make. But they don't seem to believe that which is another bizarre issue. Yeah. And I and I have I have some information that they're working on some things. And and I hope that all of that is true. And I want that to be true. So in October of this last year, they didn't want to re sign the contract with the county. The county actually was interested in resigning with them but animal welfare league didn't want to resign. And explain what that means. So Cook County is the largest county in the country that doesn't have a dedicated animal facility. So when dog or cat is picked up by animal control officers and Cook County or is impounded because of an addiction sheriff's evictions and things like that. They have to contract with facilities to bring those pets for the straight. Hold and to get the care that they need. So the county has historically contracted with animal welfare league because it's the largest. Forever. That's been the way I've been aware. Yes. And and then when I think some of these challenges started happening in Milan fairly was looking at their resources and making some choices and they chose not to resign with the county. So the county came to us because so many of the challenges are in the south suburbs. By far the numbers that they're picking up are heavily focused in the south suburb area. And so we were forced to say do we want to say, no to this and have pets may go to Evanston or somewhere where no one in the south suburbs is really going to be able to reclaim them or we're going to figure out how to help and how to do more. And that's presuming Evanston. I'm not. And I know you're not picking on the Evanston hall. Like. Can't get up and they only not say, yes. Because they have their own issue all of these other places. Right. So we had to figure out how we could accommodate this and the other municipalities that have asked us for help. And so we've just been making it work and having you know, dogs sort of in every corner and figuring it out. And that's why that's home and adoption center is such a gift because it allows us to have that space breathing room and when animal welfare league, maybe wants to do some transfer outs. And and work more on doing that. You know, I don't know if they are at this moment, but I don't believe so and and they they apparently continue not to work with other facilities in town. Which is the exact opposite of what we were talking about earlier success means facilities talk with one another Sharon formation and conceivably share animals with one another to do one thing. And that is the save lives. Yeah. Absolutely. I mean, I don't know what they're doing. And I'm not gonna. Comment on that. But what I will say is that I have always believed that we cannot do this separately. We have to work together every single organization that hospitals, etc. And I also believe that if some organization is doing it. Well, ask them how they're doing it. Well, and. There's no reason to reinvent the wheel when this. Yup. Yup. I yes. Everything you're saying, you are amazing. Congratulations on the great.

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"south suburban humane society" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"south suburban humane society" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Retired. Congressman Luis Gutierrez isn't letting President Trump's government shutdown and demand for a border wall. Go unchallenged. Former congressman Luis Gutierrez makes clear he's long supported border security as he did in a bipartisan immigration Bill back in twenty five the first three hundred pages of the six hundred page document was enforcement enforcement enforcement. But he's ridiculing President Trump suggestion, the drugs gangs and terrorists are flowing across the southern border when they mostly enter other ways and Gutierrez says A wall is not the way to fight drugs where there are drugs. And there is a diction you must bring hope you must end the despair and in order to bring hope and the hope. Listeners and the despair that people living that takes them to drugs. You know, what you do you? Bring jobs you bring education at city hall, Craig Delamore, NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM reprieve for a Catholic school in Beverley that was on the brink of closing this year. The archdiocese says sT Walter school received enough pledges to keep it going. Principal share? No tool says, she's very relieved we've been given our extension for thirty days to February eleven to get all the money in the Bank, and then you hope to right after that the registering for the next school year. The archdiocese says sT Walter school has until February eleventh to secure more than three hundred sixty four thousand dollars in all that people have pledged so the school will reopen in the fall. An anonymous donation of one hundred twenty thousand dollars will help a south suburban animal shelter, greatly expanded services, south suburban CEO. Emily Clem says the money paid for the purchase of the former home would animal hospital, which will be converted into a second shelter. Cried a lot. And now we can finally announced it and raised the renovation money that we need says with the new facility and home with the south suburban humane society expects to save at least an additional eight hundred stray and abandoned animals each year. WBZ news time eight thirty four the first big reveal at the Oscars this year, maybe the host or the collection of them. Traditionally the Oscars have had one main hope now, I turn you over to the more than capable hands of tonight's master of ceremonies mister, Johnny. Carson.

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"south suburban humane society" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"south suburban humane society" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Janey festivals this distraction. Would be on your hands. Stop playing chicken. A White House meeting on the stalemate ended when President Trump abruptly left. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer. He asked speaker Pelosi will you agree to my walls? She said, no. And he just got up and said, then we have nothing to discuss. And he just walked down vice President Mike Pence. The democratic leaders are willing to even negotiate President Trump plans a visit to the southern border tomorrow. CBS news update, I'm Pam Coulter. Newly retired congressman Luis Gutierrez lashing out at President Trump. And what he suggests that the false reasons to justify his insistence for a border wall. Luis Gutierrez hasn't led retirement from the US house mute his criticism of the Donald Trump administration's immigration policies, and he was slamming the president's insistence that a wall along the border with Mexico is necessary to stop criminals and drugs, but entering this country. Listen, everybody, do you know how the drug cartels get their drugs. You can build a wall all over. Over you know, how they're going to bring the drug. They're going to bring on about. They're gonna bring it on an airplane. They're going to bring it in a truck. They're gonna bring it through port of entry. That already exists who'd says the way to slow the flow of drugs is to reduce the demand for them here, and you do that by ending despair through education and jobs who spoke after endorsing progressive alderman a map war for city treasurer. Craig Delamore NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. The US coastguard posted then removed a flyer with suggestions on how to survive a government shutdown. The flyer was five pages. Long offered comprehensive suggestions on how to plan financially for a prolonged time without income such easing back on purchases. Examining a budget and contacting creditors. But it was suggestions on supplemental income that drew snarky criticism such as having a garage sale or becoming a mystery shopper, a coastguard spokesman said that the document didn't reflect its efforts to support its workforce during the shutdown, and that's why it was recalled Bill Rakoff CBS news, Washington. A central Florida man among the latest to call for criminal sex abuse investigation into singer Arcelli after the airing of the lifetime docu series surviving or Killick Angelo Clary who appears in the series says he wants a Florida law enforcement investigation into Kelly. Was from Florida and incident were her relationships and everything started insult Clary says his daughter was still a minor when she began what seemed to be a professional relationship based on her music instead. Scouse Mary says law enforcement is told him they can't help because his daughter mode cooperate. Now, she's an adult Larry says he and his wife haven't spoken with her since 2016, they believe she's still involved with a singer, Peter King CBS news Orlando at anonymous donor could help save the lives of hundreds of additional stray and abandoned animals in this out, south, suburban humane society. CEO Emily Clem says she was moved to tears supporter told her he'd donate one hundred twenty thousand dollars and didn't want to be named.

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01:54 min | 2 years ago

"south suburban humane society" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"One of five point nine FM a legal victory for a mother from north west Indiana who wants to sue a. Church over her daughter's. Death eighteen-year-old Dominique Smith drowned in the pool while babysitting at a home in Scherer Ville Owned by the pastors of the family Christian center in Munster back in may of two thousand fifteen Smith's. Mother sued, the church for negligence. In two thousand sixteen the Indiana court of appeals ruled in April. That Smith was an independent contractor, for the, church and its pastors and that her mother could sue. For damages the northwest Indiana times reports the pastor appeal the decision saying, Smith was an employee of the church and was entitled to damages. From the states worker compensation board the state supreme court rejected the appeal rob heart NewsRadio on. One zero five point nine. FM home in, Harvey had a foul smell for a reason inside police discovered two chickens and twenty two dogs living in a sea of, urine feces after the owner abandoned the animals in the home in the one hundred fifty seven hundred block of Leith rip making Shane back with the south, suburban humane society says a family member kept them alive coming over, and like throwing in a bag of food and feeding them and, giving them water periodically I don't believe it was every. Day chain. Back believes there multiples between two and eight years old from what we We, can tell I mean it was very difficult to figure that out, just because of the crazy amounts of maps that they head on there for chickens will now live on a farm while the dogs will I. Go to foster homes when they're ready for adoption south suburban humane, societies Facebook page will say so Michelle Fiore NewsRadio on one zero five. Point nine FM. Two adults and two dogs were rescued this morning from a house fire in Orland park the fire was in the. Basement of the home near one hundred, forty fourth place and Mason line. No one, was hurt the cause of the fires under investigation a bicyclist who died after she was struck by a dump truck in Chicago's greektown neighborhood has been remembered for her work as an inspiring personal trainer and triathlon coach investigators say Angela, park died Thursday morning after she was hit by a.

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02:53 min | 2 years ago

"south suburban humane society" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Feeling I can always. Say that everything involved with the pumping station is intact So we do not think it started. There we think it, started on the, bulk the sixty year, old man on the boat died is body recovered by woman in Evanston divers a man who was on the. Feeling doc was transported in fair to. Good condition to Evanston hospital the harbor may reopen in the morning the peeling deck is out. Of commission indefinitely, lie from Wilmot Bob Roberts News Radio on one point nine FM twenty, two dogs that had been neglected and found in filthy conditions inside. A home in south suburban Harvey are. Now in cleaner surrounding monster a Maltese poodle mix between. Two and eight years old making Shane back at the south suburban humane society says once police discovered them, in a vacant home in the one hundred fifty seven hundred, block of Leith rip grooming was first on the list we only have a couple of left they're just waiting on their haircuts for the. Most part most of them are in relatively good, shape officials believe the dog's. Owner took off about two years ago a family member who knew. It has kept the dogs alive giving them food and water on occasion Floors of the. Home though were completely saturated in urine and feces police also found two chickens in the basement, Michelle Fiore NewsRadio on one zero five point nine five Cook County judge decides a camera will be. Allowed in the courtroom for the trial. Of two alleged gang members accused of. Shooting fifteen year old, had he appended, him while there will, be a camera most of the witnesses who were with Pendleton when she was shot to death objected to being. On camera fearing retaliation the Tribune reports. Two of the witnesses were Pendleton classmates who were injured another is an alleged gang member who. Claimed he heard, one of the defendants admit he was involved in one objection a witness, wrote I was in the park with a crowd of people that. Were being shot at I am in. Fear of my life judge nNcholas Ford is allowing audio. Of their testimony separate juries will decide the fate of Kenneth Williams accused of driving the getaway car and, Michael ward the alleged gunman opening statements are on Tuesday by, Crausser NewsRadio on one point nine FM Cook County board president Toni preckwinkle wants to find out who, leaked, certain bits of information to the media the leak involves a proposed six and a. Half million, dollar settlement in a. Lawsuit filed, after, a surgical related. Death at Stroger hospital so upset about the leak is practical that she's asking for an investigation to. Find out who gave information to. The Tribune she made the request a day after the. Trip reported on the proposed settlement the surgeon involved in the death is alleged to have been negligent in, cutting the. Patient's artery and, didn't quickly enough see the bleeding which led to the. Patient's death John Coleman NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM New York Republican congressman Chris Collins says he's no, longer running for. Re election after being charged with insider trading statement released by college today says he will fill out the rest of his. Term this comes just days Therese said he would..

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WBBM Newsradio

06:13 min | 2 years ago

"south suburban humane society" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"News time tree eighteen it's time for traffic and weather together on the h. and here's John. Centrists jet for the, most part we're looking good on our roads a couple of slow spots due. To construction that's to. Be expected certainly in the summer time months on the Edens we have no delays. To report it's just nineteen minutes either way between lake cook and the Kennedy. Junction Kennedy also incident free in, both directions twenty minutes either way between O'Hare and downtown just ten minutes either way between downtown and. The instruction the Eisenhower clear of any problems just twenty nine minutes either way between three ninety in downtown sixty minutes either way between downtown, Manheim Stevenson and I, fifty five no delays to report the Ryan just fifteen minutes inbound outbound between ninety fifth. And downtown I fifty seven clear of any trouble fifteen minutes either way between I eighty and the Ryan and the Bishop Ford has no delays to report fifteen minutes inbound outbound between eighty ninety four and the Ryan lake lakeshore drive looks good in, both directions lingering construction for the, most part not slowing Things down on most of our Illinois tollways the exception is on the Veterans Memorial tollway three fifty. Five it's slow in, both directions between Butterfield road in north avenue with roadwork happening in the two. Left lanes on our. Northwest Indiana roads we've got no delays to report a few parades going on this. Afternoon on Saturday Roscoe village we've got rich grow on Roscoe that festival going. On Roscoe from Damodar western will, be closed until a one AM on Monday and then the bug Billiton parade will be starting later. This morning at eight AM king Dr closed from oakwood to fifty fifth until four PM get traffic and weather together on the eighth every, ten minutes on NewsRadio, seven eighty one zero five point nine FM few clouds this morning low near sixty and. A few western suburbs sixty nine Athalie later on today sunshine will mix with clouds it'll be warm high Eighty-eight tonight clear skies the low seventy better or good for the proceed meteor shower we had a listener call in and tell us about that, it's clear enough to see the, meteors which He'll be going on for a. Few more days, right now seventy, at O'Hare, seventy one at midway Seventy-three at the lakefront former Chicago in. May have tried to join ISIS that's Naxi WBZ news time. Three twenty just this exact message with the If that was understood in your local hospital was missing that the types scheduled didn't read Chris Burg you just heard this exact message. Without the as Bs and ours and that was hard to understand imagine your local. Hospital was missing the a. b. or all blood types and a loved one was in. Desperate need of a blood transfusion scheduled. To donate at redcrossblood dot org WBZ news time tree Twenty-one our. Top story this hour authorities rule out terrorism in the, theft and crash of a passenger plane in Washington state a suicidal mechanics stole the plane then deliberately crashed it killing himself only himself we'll have much more on this story coming up at three thirty one. A federal grand jury has indicted, a former Chicago man accusing him of traveling to the Middle East to join ISIS the. Grand jury sought an arrest warrant for for rest shy Tosh Schreider who was eighteen. When authorities say he and two friends flew from O'Hare to. Cairo in two thousand fifteen in the to count indictment prosecutors allege that three flu shoe weeks later. To Turkey but when Schreider was denied entry he went to Israel, since then one of the companions. Has died in a suicide bombing Schreider is charged with attempting to provide material support and resources to a terrorist group prosecutors want to hold him without bond Cook County board president Toni preckwinkle wants to. Find out who leaked information Donald proposed six and a half million dollar settlement in a medical malpractice. Lawsuit against Stroger hospital preckwinkle asked. County officials to consider opening an investigation to. Find the leaker she made the request last month a day after the, Tribune first reported about this proposed settlement the settlement stems from the death of a patient according to an internal memo. The patient died after a botched, pacemaker operation led to, complications. As Illinois prepares to start collecting sales taxes on purchases made on the internet from outside of Illinois local retailers breathing a sigh of relief rob car president and CEO of the Illinois retail merchants association. Says his group is confident that, state revenue officials and he has merchants group will be able to see if out of. State merchants are complying with the law so I think that's just going to become. A question of finding out who the department is collecting from Man and what the revenues. Look like versus the projections the state can start collecting internet sales tax revenue from out of state companies in October car says his group has been fighting for this. Day to come for about a decade one man hurt in. A fire in Hammond last night, the northwest Indiana times report crews were sent to the house in the twelve. Hundred block of Hoffman street around, eight pm to put out the blaze the injured man was having trouble breathing according, to Hammond fire chief Jeff Smith is age, and condition, is not known a fire. Was under control by eight forty five with firefighters just putting out, hotspots by nine o'clock officials are investigating to, determine what caused the blaze twenty two dogs and chickens living in squalor inside a house in Harvey they've all. Been rescue officials say the owner left the home and abandoned all twenty four animals nearly two years ago As a family member knew it and was, keeping them alive occasionally stopping, at the home in the one, hundred fifty seven, hundred block, of Leith. Rep with food and water and then the landlord. Actually who had no idea this was going on came to the house and the mass alerted authorities, they're all at the south suburban humane society now getting groomed and checked out. By vet says making Shane back under socialized for sure. So it could be a month or so or even more the chickens will go to a farm the dogs to foster homes I once they're ready. For adoption you'll see that on the. South suburban humane, societies Facebook, page Michelle Fiore NewsRadio on one zero five point..

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WBBM Newsradio

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"south suburban humane society" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"On NewsRadio WBZ 'em Chicago's top health officials among her colleagues and is among her colleagues you see gun. Violence as a public health crisis with last weekend's, shootings acting as a bloody exclamation point it's, now sadly normal for health officials. To say they consider gun violence a public health problem but you Congo public health director doctor Julian. Meritas suggests last weekend shootings of more than seventy people with a dozen killed drove home the point concerning it's distressing and it's really, my heart, is, with all the families that have lost individuals or have been had individuals injured And I think it's going. Gonna take a whole city to respond appropriately coordinated efforts to respond to this appropriately after Morita was. At a. Shared health, facility in, Englewood where. The partnership is, treating more HIV patients than in past years the, kind of concerted effort she says is needed to address the continuing violence. At city hall Craig Delamore NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM southside dance teacher is accused of repeated. Sexual assault of a sixteen year old girl under his care and then recording videotaping the sexual acts police. Say forty four year old Marreese Fulson is charged, with criminal sexual assault and child porn Fulson, is under arrest he owns a. Dance studio and the seventeen hundred block of east eighty seventh straight a Northwestern University journalism professor has. Resigned after being accused of, misconduct by former students and employees Alec Klein says he quit voluntarily today in the best interest of all involved Klein had directed the Miguel Justice product project I'm sorry he denied the accusations of misconduct which accusers Kalma deals. Me chew moment nearly two dozen dogs, are being cleaned up for possible adoption after they were found abandoned in a home in Harvey which shoot chickens there too and more on the story from Michelle Fiorina inside police discovered two chickens and twenty two dogs living in a. Sea of urine and feces after the owner abandoned the animals in the home in the one. Hundred fifty seven hundred block of. Leith rip, making Shane back with the south suburban humane society says a family member kept them alive but coming over and, like throwing in a. Bag of food feeding them and giving them water periodically I don't believe it was every day chain back believes there multiples between two. And eight years old from what we can tell very difficult to figure. That out. Just because of. The crazy amounts of maps they were on there for chickens will now live. On a farm while the dogs will I go to foster homes on there Ready for adoption the south suburban humane societies. Facebook page will. Say so Michelle Fiore NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM and you can see some of the dogs at. Our website, that's WBZ NewsRadio dot com WBZ news time eleven oh eight time for traffic and weather together on the h. here's Brian Travis actually it's been good to talk to you Jan things look good on the Edens right, now no delays to report just nineteen minutes inbound outbound between lake cook and the Kennedy junction inbound Kennedy slow from the Ohio feeder to the burn interchange twenty four minutes so here to downtown fourteen from the junction, outbound is much better it's twenty minutes downtown to mantras thirty minutes back to O'Hare on the inbound Ike it's slow from, Damon to the burn interchange thirty three minutes three ninety two downtown twenty Mannheim no delays on the. Outbound side things looking good outbound on the Stevenson inbound slow from the tri-state to LaGrange road that's mostly due to roadwork in the right lane thirty two minutes three fifty five to lakeshore drive twenty two from the tri-state ten minutes from Cicero no delays on I fifty five things look good. On the inbound side of the Ryan It is fifteen. Or twenty three minutes now, ninety fifth to downtown we. Do have a crash blocking. The right lane just, past eighty, third on the outside it's. Slow from, seventy nine hundred ninety fifth that's due to roadwork in the right lane. Twenty minutes now downtown to. Ninety fifth no. Delays. On I fifty seven or Bishop Ford lake shore drive northbound slow as you. Approach, icago avenue southbound slow in that same. Area right around Chicago avenue on the tri-state southbound. Is slow past the calcium channel before hundred forty-seven that's due to roadwork in the two left lanes, things look good on Jane Addams no delays on, I eighty eight. Little slow both directions of three fifty five northbound from Butterfield road. To north avenue with roadwork in. The two left lanes Roebuck and the two, left lanes also clubs slows slowing things down southbound, from north avenue, to Butterfield road route fifty three. Looking good three ninety no delays..

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WBBM Newsradio

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"south suburban humane society" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Lakefront will have the complete AccuWeather forecast coming up in a few minutes but first our top local story on NewsRadio WBZ 'em Chicago's top health officials among her colleagues who see gun violence is. A public health, crisis with last weekend's shootings acting. A bloody exclamation point WBZ political editor Craig Delamore, reports from city hall it's now sadly normal, for health officials to say they consider gun violence a public health problem but Chicago public health director doctor Julian Meritas suggest last. Weekend shootings of, more, than, seventy people with, a dozen killed drove home the point Concerning it's distressing and it's my heart is with all the families that have lost individuals are have been had. Individuals injured I think it's going to take a whole city to respond appropriately coordinated efforts to respond to this appropriately. After Morita was at a shared health facility in Englewood where the partnership is treating more HIV. Patients than in past years the. Kind of, concerted effort she says is needed, to address the continuing violence at city hall Craig Delamore NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM a southside dance teachers accused of repeated. Sexual assault of a sixteen year old girl under his care and of recording the. Axe police say forty four year old MAURICE Folson is charged with criminal sexual assault. In child pornography Fulson is under arrest he owns a dance studio in the seventeen hundred block. Of east eighty seventh street a Northwestern University journalism professor has resigned after being accused of misconduct by former students and. Employees Alec clients. Has he quit voluntarily today in the best interest. Of all, involved Klein had direct had been directing them Adele Justice project he denied the accusations of misconduct while the Accusers called medicals hashtag me to moment. Nearly two, dozen dogs are being cleaned up for possible adoption after they. Were found abandoned in a home in Harvey with two chickens inside police discovered two chickens and twenty two dogs living in a sea of urine and feces after the owner abandoned the animals in the home in the one hundred. Fifty seven hundred block of Leith rope making Shane back with the south suburban humane society says. A family member kept them alive. Coming over, and like throwing bag of food, feeding them and giving them water periodically I don't believe it was every day chain back believes there multiples between two and eight years old. From what we can tell I mean it was very difficult to figure that out. Just because of the crazy amounts of maps they were head on there for the. Chickens will now live on a farm while the dogs will I go to foster homes when. They're ready for adoption.

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WBBM Newsradio

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"south suburban humane society" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"VM animal welfare workers find a herd of dogs in two chickens abandoned in a home in the Chicago suburbs of Chicago band says his Bank should reverse him after. Someone to rob him inside a branch city leaders say they're track to reach a milestone and treating people. With HIV and the so-called holy fire California's a holy problem crews trying. To contain it WBZ sport is George Robin bases-loaded walk gives the cubs at, three two win over the. NATs socks host the you need tonight Gary woodland. Has deleted the PGA championship marketwatch today Dow dropped one hundred ninety six points NASDAQ down fifty. To the s&p down nineteen, low tonight loader upper. Sixty s tomorrow partly sunny and eighty eight. Eighty at the airports lakefront seventy. Seven the Newswatch continues at six thirty one animal rescue. Volunteers are working to get twenty two Dogs into adoption shape after they in two, chickens were found living in squalor inside a home in. Her. Officials say the owner left the, home and abandoned all twenty four animals nearly two years ago a family member. Knew it and was keeping them alive. Occasionally stopping at the home in the one hundred fifty seven hundred block of Leith rep with food and water and then the landlord actually who had no idea this was going on came to the house and the mass alerted the authorities they're all at. The south suburban humane society now getting groomed and checked out by a vet says making Shane back pretty. Under socialized for sure so it could be a month or so or even more the chickens will go to a farm the dogs to foster homes, I once they're ready for. Adoption you'll see that on the south suburban humane. Societies Facebook page Michelle Fiore NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM Chicago man wants his. Money back after he says, he was robbed inside. A Bank of the city's south side last. Friday but representatives for the Bank. Will not confirm that happened okay I went into the Bank to make away draw for thousand, dollar pay all my bills Mike you says it happened at the Bank of America branch. At ninety fifth and Stony island a guy on a phone was watching any says and I thought dead suspicious, he wasn't talking anybody he says the man walked ahead. Of him into the vestibule and dropped his keys. You Haas pick them up and then all of a sudden he said offers. A spider on your leg he says while. The, man was brushing off the imaginary spider a, second man picked his wallet by the time he. Realized did they were gone it makes your, life miserable a measurable living hell activist Andrew homes is, not safe inside a bake. Where's it Safet you us is, on social security and said he's been unable to, pay his, bills, Mike, Kraus's NewsRadio on one. Point nine, FM Chicago's top health official says city is on track toward its goal reducing HIV cases to none by twenty four health director doctor, Julian Morita says it's the power of partnership over HIV. The. City is working with Sees miles square health center Ed Howard. Brown, hell end of June only a few months into the third year. Our partnership UIC and. Howard Brown has served eighteen hundred fourteen people one, thousand eight hundred and fourteen. People living with HIV. At this, rate a five times as many individuals will be served this year compared. To prior years even more. Striking the doctors here say they're now drugs, that can suppress the HIV virus. So that, people who have it cannot infect others and there's, medicine they can keep those who. Don't have HIV from becoming infected on west sixty. Third street in Englewood Craig. Delamore NewsRadio on. What oh five point nine FM one buffalo grove woman. Hopes for? A rain out to cancel Leonard Anthony promises a, fun filled evening under the stars hill. To the cemetery where her son, is buried Leyla Dermot says twenty one year old son Kaya dick mentally died, of an opioid overdose Christmas Eve morning in two thousand. Sixteen he's buried at memory gardens cemetery in Arlington heights that's. Where readers of the lost Dark will be shown tomorrow night inappropriate I understand that there's movies in the park I. Don't care what kind of fundraisers you're doing, but the habit in a cemetery is in, very poor taste Dermot says she visits. Her son's grave every day I can't imagine he. Wrecks the impeach knowing how Dr And then. They don't care Leela Dermot says the cemetery plan to have a movie night in June but it was rained out Bernie foia NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM WBZ game has reached out to memory gardens cemetery for response WBZ news time six thirty five CBS. News update more than twenty one thousand people have been evacuated in and around lake Elsinore south of Los Angeles where, furious flames and billowing smoke. Rose into the sky of. The city of sixty thousand as. The blaze, named the holy fire burns nearby in. The Santa, Ana mountains correspondent Jonathan vaguely Audis there have been. Saying that the temperatures are going to drop and we have noticed a slight decrease in the key. But it's, still not enough the wind has picked, up so that's the only exacerbating issue I mean we're getting guys that are very. Strong I mean there's smoke is coming into. The neighborhood with that you get a lot of. The debris from the ground and of parts of the acid flying die he says the fire is only growing. Right now fire crews are saying that it's about five Percents in pain but they do, say that this is going. To only grow into put that in perspective in just the past twenty, four hours it nearly doubled in size fifty one year old. Forest Clark, has been charged with setting the fire.

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WLS-AM 890

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"south suburban humane society" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"One of the city's bloodiest in more than two years years ago, a large Gavin really had to be advertised in order for it to become a large gathering. Now we'll have people live streaming from a particular location, and that's all it takes to get a crowd while such street parties are nothing new in some neighborhoods on the south and west sides. Johnson estimates at twenty percent of shooting victims this past weekend. We're taking part in those gatherings. The Tribune data shows seventy four people were shot twelve of them fatally across the city over the weekend. While police counted sixty six people shot with a slightly shorter time period. Residents in northwest Indiana Superfund site have expressed concerns after learning. That in some cases a contractor is only replacing a portion of the homes lead, pipes the northwest Indiana times reports at east, Chicago. Started a multimillion dollar project last year to replace lead service lines, in hundreds of homes in the lead and arsenic contaminated area but the project overnight oversight manager. Says that hoc- construction is not carrying out a full, replacement in homes with finished basements because the company is not contracted to tear out walls he said the homeowners can tear out the walls. At their own expense to allow the construction company to replace. All the lines but they won't. Be putting the walls back resident Maurizio Lopez that officials should be considered families with finished basements when they're. Bidding on the project the Environmental Protection Agency set of partial lead sir Service line, replacement could potentially create long-term risks for the, homeowners Twenty two dogs and two children have been rescued from a house in south suburban Harvey where officials say they had little food and no. Human care are Nick gale with more via their Facebook page the south suburban humane society says the. Animals were abandoned after their owner went to prison months ago a relative, would periodically coming in toss down a bag of dog food but. The animals have had no other human interaction or medical care the humane society is asking for donations, of any size or supplies to help the dogs they say. Even donating time to help with the dogs would be. Appreciated Nick gale WLS AM eight ninety news a San Francisco jury has awarded two hundred eighty nine million, dollars to a former school grounds keeper who. Claimed Monsanto's popular roundup weed. Killer contributed to his terminal cancer it is decision on Friday the state court found that the agribusiness giant failed to adequately warn The risks of using round up Dwayne Johnson's lawyer said he sprayed round up and a similar product ranger pro in large quantities as pest control manager in the San Francisco Bay area school district he developed a rash and was. Forty two when he was diagnosed with non Hodgkin's lymphoma in two thousand fourteen Monsanto's lawyer George Lombardi. Said that non-hodgkin's lymphoma takes years to develop so Johnson's cancer must have, started before he started in the school district a milestone for the..

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03:10 min | 2 years ago

"south suburban humane society" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"That officers will crackdown on large unsanctioned street parties like those that became the scene of several shootings last, weekend one, of the, city's bloodiest and more than. Two years, years ago. A large Gavin, really had to be advertised in order for it to become a large gathering now we'll have people live streaming from? A particular location While such street parties are nothing new. In some neighborhoods in Chicago Johnson estimates twenty. Percent of shooting victims this past weekend or taking part in those gatherings Tribune data show seventy, four people were shot twelve fatally across the city over the weekend while police counted sixty six people shot within a slightly shorter period of time four armed robberies were reported in just over an hour early this morning in the Lincoln park and Lakeview neighborhoods on the north, side the most recent hold up happened at three oh six AM, when a fifty four year old man was walking his. Dog in the thirty three hundred block of north lake shore drive to men. In their twenties walked up and took his at gunpoint before driving off in dark colored SUV about fifteen minutes before that another man was robbed, at, gunpoint while walking any thirty eight. Hundred block, of north pine. Grove one of the suspects hit him in the head with a gun but he refused medical treatment around two o'clock this morning. Three people were walking together in the nine hundred block of west, school street when two men in their early twenties walked up to them and one pulled out. A handgun and took cell phones and wallets before running Away the first hold up happened about five minutes before that in the six hundred block of west Arlington the targets a man and a woman who were walking. Through an alley when again to men in their twenties pulled out a gun. And stole their iphones and wallets before taking off police still investigating the woman fatally struck by a dump truck yesterday morning in Chicago's. Greek town neighborhood has been identified as thirty. Nine year old Angela park of Chicago the Chicago Tribune reports she had worked as an instructor, trainer and coach for the Chicago athletic club since twenty five and was the trainer for spark run training group park was heading north on Halsted street near west Madison street when she was struck by a driver who was trying to make a right turn park is the, fourth cyclist killed in a crash with a vehicle in two thousand, eighteen it seventeen there were six fatalities US. Senate chairman, Chuck Grassley says confirmation hearings for President Trump's supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh will. Begin September fourth Yosemite national park will reopen Tuesday fourteen days after a wildfire choke the park with smoke at the peak of the two Tourist season, a park spokesman says visitors should expect limited hours and visitor services as the park returns to normal the scenic Yosemite valley and other areas have been closed since July twenty fifth along with hundreds of campsites and hotels and twenty two dogs and two chickens have been rescued from a house in south suburban Harvey were officials say they had little food, and no human care. Are Nick gale with more via their Facebook page the south suburban humane society says the animals were abandoned after their owner went to prison. Months ago a relative would periodically coming in toss down a bag of dog food but the animals have had no other human interaction or medical care the humane society is asking for donations of any size or supplies to help the dogs they say. Even donating time to. Help with the, dogs would be appreciated Nick gale WLS AM eight ninety news. News time.

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"south suburban humane society" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Of August has been pretty wet for here in Chicago officially already not even half through the month and the airport has picked up over three inches of rain for the month which is almost two inches above average for, this time of year I think things dry out. Just a, touch force this weekend less stored. Coverage across the area our temperatures this afternoon in the mid eighty s sixty five tonight and just a stray storm possible tomorrow high of eighty seven. From the Weather Channel I'm Scott Laurie Moore WLS AM eight, ninety with. Another update thirty minutes it's eighty. One degrees in. Chicago President Trump is threatening a major tariff hike on Turkey part of an ongoing, battle over, the fate of some prisoners held by Turkey in the US plus turkeys growing close to Russia. In Iran while cracking down on opposition politicians Bob Costantini says the Turkish economy is already hurting as. The dispute between NATO allies drags on less than five percent of the steel imported into the US comes from Turkey so, move would hurt, that country more than it would hurt American consumers of steel President Trump tweets I have just authorized a doubling of tariffs on steel aluminum with respect to Turkey as their currency the Turkish lira slides rapidly downward against our very strong dollar aluminum will now, be twenty percent steel fifty percent our relations with. Turkey are, not good at this time among. The issues President Trump's insistence that Turkey released pastor Andrew Brunson an American accused by Turkey of plotting to overthrow the government in the guise of missionary. Work Bob Costantini Washington Turkish official says President Trump's decision to, double tariffs. On Turkish steel and aluminum imports State seriousness foreign ministry spokesman Hami ox way says also says that imposing sanctions on a NATO ally would not help Washington achieve it's goals and would harm an alliance that was built on sir by surmounting arduous tests says all steps, taken against Turkey will be given. The necessary response, as they have in the past twenty two dogs and two chickens have been rescued from a house in south suburban Harvey the south suburban humane society says, the animals were abandoned after their owner went to prison months ago and the animals have been living. In filth a relative would periodically come in and toss down, a bag of food but the animals. Had no other human interaction or medical care the south suburban humane society says law tears were moved to tears. Watching the dogs touched grass again the group says it is overwhelmed with the needs of these animals and are, welcoming donations, of any size or supplies they say even donating your time to help the dogs would would. Be appreciated, and the woman fatally struck by a dump truck yesterday morning in Chicago's west loop has Been identified as thirty nine year old Angela. Park of Chicago park was. Heading, north on Halsted street near west Madison street when she was struck around seven ten AM the driver was trying to. Make a, right turn the woman is the fourth cyclist killed in a crash. With vehicle in two thousand eighteen in twenty seventeen there were six fatalities WLS traffic.

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