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July 4 victims remembered for dedication to faith, family

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last month

July 4 victims remembered for dedication to faith, family

"Loved ones continue saying goodbye to the victims of that mass shooting at a July 4th parade outside Chicago The first of the 7 funerals began Friday with mourners remembering former preschool teacher Jacqueline sun times she was 63 at a service at north shore congregation Israel her daughter Leah The world is darker without my mom in it And it's up to us now to fill it with a little extra laughter and help replace her light and love 88 year old Steven Strauss and avid bird watcher was also laid to rest while mourners said goodbye to 76 year old Nicholas Toledo zaragoza a dual citizen who would travel from Mexico in the summers to be with family and edouardo a grandfather is being laid to rest Saturday a day after what would have been his 70th birthday I'm Julie Walker

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"sun times" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:16 min | 3 months ago

"sun times" Discussed on WTOP

"Decades He's the one connected There'll be more I don't know how I can spend watching me Since I was a kid And for Ozark fans the final episodes of this show arrived tomorrow a Netflix vulture critic Jin Cheney joined us on Skype to talk about the shows we begin with shining girls Elisabeth Moss stars as a woman who was attacked 6 years earlier and there's a body is found and she believes that the person who killed this new victim was the person who attacked her So she starts to kind of investigate this alongside a reporter who they both work at the Chicago Sun-Times And Elisabeth Moss is great And everything And she's really terrific here I also personally really appreciate the way that they did the production design around the newspaper This takes place in 1992 So they can't be using the Internet the same way that we would now So there's a lot of digging through clips and really having to analog research your way through things It's a really really intriguing series The first three episodes are out today And I think you'll get sucked in once you start watching those All right we love Elisabeth Moss so that sounds great Ozark fans of course we can't wait for part two of the last season of this show Without giving anything away Jen we know there are a lot of loose ends to tie up here What can you tell us What I can tell you is that these last episodes of Ozark are very Ozark For better and for worse the flaws in the show I think the show takes itself very seriously and it takes itself very seriously in these last episodes Jason Bateman never smiling It's very self serious But it also has great performances in it especially I would say Laura Linney who for me has always been the MVP of the show She does really strong work in these last episodes Obviously I'm not going to reveal anything but I will say the last ten minutes or so of the show you may be yelling at your TV And that was vulture critic Jin chaney It's 1230 This is Ronnie nervous There is always somebody new trying to imitate nervous diamond importers That's because.

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"sun times" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:57 min | 5 months ago

"sun times" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Probably recall last October There was a shootout on the west side in the Austin neighborhood on north mason street a couple of gangs were having added a couple of chargers pulled up guys jumped out started firing into a building the building fired back 5 people were two people were wounded one of them was killed one of the people that was wounded went to a hospital but at the time no charges were pressed Kim Foxx and mayor Lori Lightfoot were at a press conference yesterday in which the Cook County state's attorney said that one of the weapons that this guy had Thomas dean was a machine gun Kim Foxx joins us now on WGN Thanks for joining us Kim how are you today I'm well thanks for having me back Is that a fair summary of what happened and where we are today That is a fair summary I would say I said automatic weapons slash machine gun under the statute It was an automatic weapon I know people get agitated about what we call certain types of weapons but I take your point And he was charged with aggravated unlawful use of a weapon I'm reading from the sun times after he was found with three guns used in the shooting Was that considered mutual combatants Is that one of the reasons why originally you all said there was not enough evidence to press charges because if the two sides want to have at it then maybe a crime wasn't committed That sounds bizarre but can you put that into context for us Sure There is a concept of mutual combatants where just as you describe two groups make it into it and trying to figure out who started it who's defending themselves In this case we never say that that was the reason we rejected charges I believe what happened was Chicago police department put that in their notes and that was picked up by the police Or by the media What we'd always said was based on the information at the time where we didn't have witnesses or victims who were willing to say hey this person shot at me I can identify them They were wearing masks they weren't apprehended or at least the people in the car on scene they were apprehended later away from the car away from the gun We didn't have sufficient evidence to tie them to the shootout And since then working collaboratively with the Chicago police department and particularly the detectives out of area 5 we've been able to get a lot more evidence since then than we had on that first weekend You know that was frustrating to people because they thought if you've got all of that you've got enough to press charges but you said then and still do now that at that time there wasn't sufficient evidence So what is surfaced sense What did you get now that you didn't have then Yeah and I understand people's frustrations and as I said yesterday in the press conference as a lawyer and a prosecutor you know the way that we look at things is very different than how the public sees things and common sense and law don't often match up But what we had with what we didn't have then was if someone if the guns are recovered and someone's not holding it we got to be able to say that they at one point held it So since then we've been able to get DNA analysis from the gun Fingerprint analysis from the guns We've been able to get that type of physical forensic evidence that can say that that gun was possessed by that defendant And on that first weekend we didn't have it The guns were recovered but that analysis that was done by the Illinois state police crime lab had not yet been done And so that's the biggest difference of where we are today and where we were a few months ago was that we needed to continue to do more work And that's what we said all along is not that it would never happen is just that it wasn't at that time ready for charges This is 5 months later it takes 5 months to get a fingerprint I mean is that what it was a fingerprint on the gun matched Thomas dean More than a fingerprint also DNA evidence They were also doing gunshot residue work and again I want to commend the Chicago police department's detective division working with the Illinois state police to do that Work but yeah we have a significant backlog in terms of things that are presented to the state police crime lab Maybe so but I would have told my people or whoever is in charge of this hey move this one up in the line This one has to be resolved tomorrow You could not have or nobody could have expedited that Well certainly I can't speak for the police just as a reminder the police and detectives do that legwork and present the evidence to us So we were working collaboratively and it's my understanding that they were doing everything that they could to get it done expeditiously And so I have no doubt that they said let's move this ahead But it took the time that it took Again from the sun times at the time of his arrest dean was facing three additional gun charges in a separate case Cook County records show So had he been previously arrested before this shoot out There's been a history with this defendant and he goes to Bancorp today at 12 or 1230 where his criminal history will be elaborated on And I'll defer to that To that point Fair enough But you know why I'm asking if he had previously been arrested on gun charges the question becomes if prior to that shootout October 1st he had been arrested on gun charges then why was he free Can you speak to that Kim Sure So I think this goes to the ongoing conversation that we've had about bail Depending on the charge and again I am not talking specifics But if it was just possession of a gun that he was not a title so it's a class four felony And under the current statute of not the new law that will go into a place next go into place next year Judges have to determine based on the case right The class of offense And the defendant's history what is the proper bail amount He would not have been held without bail which would mean that he couldn't pay his way out Because this was a class four gun offens which is a probation And so what was likely happened was that he posted bond and got some condition of bond and was out Most people who come into the court system will be allowed to be free on some condition whether it's cash fund electronic monitoring or otherwise based on the way that the statute is set up now Some offenses like murder aggravated criminal sexual assaults where you can't get probation for allow for us to be able to hold someone without find meaning they can not get out from the time of arrest until their time of trial And was that the case when he was arrested Could they have said this guy might commit a crime again Let's not let him out He based on the offense he would not have been able to be held without bond again Pardon me I hate to cut you off You know we're both looking at our clocks but what do you think should happen going forward with cases like this Where this to happen after this new law goes into place or any other law you might imagine You keep referring to the statute that's not you That's the state lawmakers or the.

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 Mayor: Just 15 businesses fined over NYC vaccine mandate

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 10 months ago

Mayor: Just 15 businesses fined over NYC vaccine mandate

"Chicago police union urges officers to defy the city's vaccine mandate the president of the Chicago police officers union is calling on members to defy the city's requirement to report their covert nineteen vaccination status by Friday or be placed on unpaid leave in a video posted Tuesday and first reported by the Chicago sun times John captains era vowed to take mayor Lori Lightfoot administration to court if it enforces the mandate captains are instructed officers to file for exemptions but not to enter information into the city's vaccine portal happens here said if the city enforces the requirement the police force will be at fifty percent or less for this weekend at a news conference Wednesday white Ford said the city is prepared to deal with any fallout related to the vaccination requirement hi

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Journalists Recount Covering R. Kelly's Charges for Years

90.3 KAZU Programming

02:01 min | 1 year ago

Journalists Recount Covering R. Kelly's Charges for Years

"R and B superstar is in court this week in Brooklyn for the first of two federal trials, and we need to take a moment to state in advance that this is, of course, a story that deals with sexual and physical abuse. Kelly faces multiple charges of sexual abuse against young women and girls as well as trafficking and racketeering. These accusations span decades, we're going to talk to two people who have been following R. Kelly for many years. That's Jim D Regard is formally of the Chicago Sun Times and author of the book soulless The Case against R. Kelly. And Dream. Hampton, executive producer of the Lifetime Television series, Surviving R. Kelly, Welcome to you both. Thanks. So thank you. Jim, I want to start with you because part of what led to the trial, which is getting underway right in this Brooklyn courtroom, um, started when The Chicago Sun Times first published allegations that R. Kelly had engaged in sex with minors. Can you talk a little bit about his status at that time? In terms of when the allegations began to surface Well, R Kelly was the dominant voice in R and B for generation 100 million albums sold. He was tried once in 2000 and eight after being indicted in 2002 Very narrow charges. One girl 1 14, Year old on one video tape. She didn't testify. Her parents didn't testify and he was acquitted. How significant is this moment of him being back in federal court? How is this different from then? Now? All of these years later, after 30 years of victimizing Young, almost entirely black women. You know, he is being charged with his entire 30 year career being a criminal enterprise that enabled him to pursue this sexual victimization of so many young women and to threaten, coerce and bribe those who bravely spoke out against him. And beyond this

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Special events could return to Chicago this summer

WGN Programming

01:08 min | 1 year ago

Special events could return to Chicago this summer

"Good news when it comes to the pandemic events in Chicago may start returning to normal this summer. Glenn Marshall is live in Grant Park with more Glenn. Good morning, Dan. That's more people are starting to get vaccinated. Chicago was receiving some hope. The mayor suggested bringing back those outdoor festivals for this summer making summer 2021 fill a little bit like summer 2019. According to the Chicago Sun Times, the City Council committee authorized the full calendar of special events for the summer. That same article suggests that a mayoral aide hopes the city's $1.8 billion in new federal relief funds will help pay for certain events like the taste of Chicago blues and gospel fest as well as the air and water show. More hope comes out of the convention center, McCormick Place Wrigley Field and guaranteed Rate field have all been authorized to allow 20% capacity. In an interview with Crain's Chicago business, Illinois deputy Governor Dan Hi suggested that the Chicago auto Show could make a return in July of the city of Chicago signs off on it. With more rollouts of the vaccine happening, and restaurants and night life re opening May Laurie Life was believes this summer could resemble Repent Emmett Times,

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Man found dead with gunshot wound in Englewood building fire, Chicago police say

WGN Showcase

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Man found dead with gunshot wound in Englewood building fire, Chicago police say

"With a gunshot wound to its back. Detectives are investigating the incident, which is being classified as a death investigation. At least two high rise buildings along Chicago's gold coast of instruct by gunfire in recent weeks. The Tribune reports. The most recent damage was discovered on Thursday. We'll other incidents were found last month. The buildings are in the same lakeshore drive block. Police are seeking surveillance footage in the area to hopefully lead to whoever fired those shots now. The Sun Times reports that police said there have been four instances in which shots from a handgun struck windows or exterior walls damaged, discovered last month was done to the 30th floor of one building. Illinois health officials are reporting more than 2500 new covert 19 cases and 50 deaths.

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Lyft driver shot during carjacking in Chicago's West Garfield Park

Bob Sirott

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Lyft driver shot during carjacking in Chicago's West Garfield Park

"Say. A 48 year old lift driver dropped off a writer than the writer, pulled a gun and tried to take the lift driver's black Dodge Charger. The driver was shot in the chest. Sam Jones. WGN News. Marijuana Sales hit another record high last month. The Sun Times reports that dispensary sold nearly $2.9 million worth of pot every day in February.

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No one was injured after a freight train derailment in West Chicago

Anna Davlantes

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

No one was injured after a freight train derailment in West Chicago

"According to the Sun Times, a Canadian national train derailed around 8 A.m. at an intersection with Metro U P West tracks. Multiple cars derailed, but there were no injuries. The train was not carrying any hazardous substances. Metro Union Pacific West Trains were being terminated at West Chicago they cause of that derailment still under investigation. Although he voted to acquit Senate Minority Leader Mitch

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Mini-Episode "Answer me this" Guest predictions: Bears QB - burst 2

The Sportscaster and Her Son

01:13 min | 1 year ago

Mini-Episode "Answer me this" Guest predictions: Bears QB - burst 2

"First time podcast. Guest longtime listener mark silverman. Espn one thousand co host of waddle and silvy two to six every day on espn. One thousand. I am going to go and i had a list the other day on the show of seventeen quarterbacks who could be hat or who could be on the move and out of all of those if i have to pick one. I'm going to go jimmy garoppolo. I believe san francisco's in a position. Right now where they have a really good thing going and they want to replace jimi g. since he's been injury prone i think you can get jimmy g. for cheaper than he's been whether he's caught you could sign up for cheaper free agent deal. He may want to go back to new england. Maybe bella jack doesn't want him but ryan pace eastern illinois guy also Fellow good-looking guy. Just like with trubisky could veer that way as well. So i'm going jimmy g. And as a close second maybe gruden gets rid of derek carr and the bears would trade for garrett car but those are my two if you force me to pick one. I'm going with jimmy garoppolo.

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"sun times" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"sun times" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"In fact, after skating by, uh the attempted be heading over leadership position. Last week, she doubled down over the weekend. I want to get to that. And I saw this in the Sun. Times State. Tom Shuba covers the federal courthouse. A lot of the time and crime I should say covers crime. And looks like some tempers are running hot. Out in the western suburbs, specifically Melrose Park. And although I read the piece first, I thought Do I want to click on this audio? I did and I feel like I'm going to go ahead and I think it's useful for you to hear it too. Now, let me set this up. Melrose Park Mayor Ronald Serpico was captured on a video recording late last month using a slew of profanities and what some say although do something say I didn't hear it. A racial slur as he launched into a tirade during a public meeting. I'm reading from Tom Shubert's piece in the Sun Times in a recording uploaded to YouTube and you know again, I don't know where this recording was from, and it doesn't say. In Tom's piece. Whether this was in fact, the villages recording of this meeting, they got a little heated or if this was somebody in the audience I don't know. But At one point, the mayor said the man looked like a blank blank using what some say is a racial slur, although I find it very difficult to hear. The man Serpico is heard. Attacking is in fact a white man. But the man told the Sun Times he was taken aback by the mayor's comments. Quote. I'm offended that he's the mayor, and he actually used those words. I mean, he's a racist. Close quote. This is Mike cozy. Serpico issued a statement. I regret making these comments, he said. This resident has repeatedly harassed me and the village board of trustees and in this instance my frustration got the better me. I apologize for my comments and pledge to do better in the future. Cozy, acknowledge. He's known mayor Sir Pickle for roughly 20 years, saying the mayor previously served as his brother's attorney, Small world No cozy, said he showed up at the meeting to support friends attempting to run for local office. The recording shows that things get personal when he claimed the mayor has helped his brother in the past. There. That's the set up. We have a sanitized these to the best of our ability. But it's still somewhat fall girl Just let you know, but this is from the Video uploaded to Facebook from Melrose Park featuring Mayor Ronald Sir. Pickle and a man named Mike. Cozy..

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"sun times" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:36 min | 1 year ago

"sun times" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Everything on. Well, why don't you look at yourself first, man? I mean, dude, you scored three points in this game. I mean, I know it's nine. But no, it was three point it in. Quite honestly, You're an offensive guru. That's why you came here. And those stats that himbo just just put up on Dan talked about. That's not except in one night you've got in the playoffs, you know to at the last three years. Congratulations. That's because that the inner sees a hell of a lot weaker in the Air Sea. What the When I look at this, you know your guy at Northwestern Chicago kid that fits better because this guy that plays in Chicago this guy? I mean, I don't I don't like him. I don't like the way he doesn't take every day of bullet form. That's your job As a head coach, you don't make your quarterback. Take every woman. You take the day bullets, and that's why I don't respect about this. Rex Ryan knows that as a coach to that's a really good point. That is how solid solid point it's the coach's job to take those things. And Matt will say Well, yeah, we I should have done this. We should have done this. That But ultimately if you don't talk enough about Mitch, and you know you are putting it out him 3123323776. When McCaskey talked the other day, he was asked about What makes you confident? That Matt and Ryan Pace can get this quarterback thing right well and even talk about this without laughing. I don't first you had first you break. You have one of them, you know, lays. All of his hopes. Are Mitchell too risky than the other one says While we need Nick Foles, he knows the system and we see whether how that's worked out. Here's what McCaskey had to say. I think it's not Just that decision or those decisions. Like I said, it's the entire body of work those air significant decisions, of course on day that's part of the evaluation process. We just feel confident going into the offseason. That man and Ryan And do what's necessary to get the players. We need to be successful that there's a rival reason they just feel anybody excited now. Yeah, they just do this. So there was the other day, a clown car. Is that press conference? Just a clown car. They're all just shoved into a little VW, huh? Trying to rev up their base, which they failed miserably. They've told us nothing, but this is more of the same. Your passion? No, no, not at all. And there's so many questions a great piece in the Sun times today, where the three writers for the Sun Times Patrick Finley, Jason Leisure, and also Mark Potter ish. They went through a bunch of things. We'll talk about some of them with the first one that I don't know that was the station this week. And I want to say Sylvie and calm and a couple other people thought, I think so. He might have said a no brainer. About bringing Alan Robinson back Ella Robinson's contract's up. He made $15 million this year. He wants to make 20 Um We all wanted me 20. I want to make 700 win the lottery or whatever it was, but, um if they franchise tag him, he'll get about 18 18 5. So the question is Will the Bears keep Alan Robinson? That's a question I posted in the Sun times the question. I want to ask you a 3123323776. If you're a Bears fan. Should they keep Alan Robinson for 18, or $20 million with all the other things? This team needs the tackles and everything else now, Patrick Friendly said. Yes, they'll keep mother franchise tag. Jason Leisure said They have to now letting Robinson leaving free agency what it would have been an obvious choice of the various rebuilding. But how could they possibly claim to be making a serious push of the playoffs next season and let their best offensive player go? Mark Patti said Pace will find a way to keep Alan Robinson It's so typical of the Bears current plate that the player who best exemplifies the cherished culture that literally save paces job has been left to twist in the wind. Well, I don't I don't necessarily agree with that so much. I just don't think that you can afford to keep a high paid. Wide receiver when you're not. I know he had 100 catches. I know he had 1250 yards. Okay, I know those things. What You don't have a quarterback who's able to get him the ball right now that Yeah, that position alone is not going to save you. Where is the infrastructure? You know the offensive lineman that we need. No, Those are the things now what? We're officially not rebuilding. It seems like we are or no better yet. It actually sounds like we'll be rebuilding year after next year. Next year is just gonna be really, really bad. They're not. They're not. They're not necessarily rebuilding. Now they're not. All you're doing is just looking for the guy. They have a defense. That should be good. They actually suffered the second half of the season, but they're pretty much at the almost at the end of the run there. I mean, you know, and I wanted to bring this up to what To you was the main difference between 2018 and the years that followed because 2018 showed Promise fans yards an obvious those 12 data turnovers personnel. Fangio's an obvious one. Yeah, but you never style. What was really there Younger? There there. Young may be hungry when when we say younger, I mean, you know, next year, everybody's a year older. And this defense. I mean, Yeah, it seems like next year is going to really Really forces toe. Look at building that infrastructure. And I don't know if Alan Robinson is part of it because there's so many other questions. Yeah, I don't know that you need to spend 20 plus the salary caps coming down. You're going to spend that much money out of wide receiver. I don't think it makes sense. That's just me. Let's go to you guys. 3123323776. You're going out to Lake Forest and George Hello, George George. You guys, You know, I'm a little disappointed in you guys and the audience in general. You're in great. Don't you understand? We can put any product out there that we want And you guys got to accept it, No matter how crappy it is. Look, you're lucky you even have entertainment. During the pandemic here. Luckily, provide this for you. We got 22 families to feed here. We're getting a little sick and tired of your criticism equal we provide for you and enjoy it..

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"sun times" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"sun times" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Easier for me to tell you. Yeah, I'm thinking about war Mouse. Right? Thanks. Maser. Age four After three years of progress, Chicago's murder tally skyrockets in 2020. As of December 31st. Yesterday, the city recorded 774 murders. In 2020 and increase of more than 50% from the 506 murders in 2019. That's according to a database maintained by the Chicago Sun Times. The uptick was felt across the city as 20 of the CPD s. 22 police districts recorded more murders in 2020. In the year before. The number of overall shooting incidents skyrocketed to rising from 2120 in 2019 to 3237 as of December 27th of last year. CPD Superintendent David Brown has on many occasions set a perfect storm of factors led to the years spike in violence and a multipronged approach is needed to tamp down the killings. Of course, we want to see those numbers go down. It's been a difficult year, and I know that Chicago's been Really trying to make progress in terms of reducing that number and looks like looked like we were on the The right path for a while, but we saw a spike in numbers last year. Gentleman may concern Governor Pritzker announced he issued pardons for 9210 low level cannabis convictions, while Illinois state police have wiped clean more than 492,000 non felony cannabis related arrest records. Expungement process is part of the state law that legalized licensed sales of marijuana. Starting in 2020, the governor said. We will never be able to fully remedy the depth of that damage, but we can govern with the courage to admit the mistakes of our past. And the decency to set a better path forward. I was looking up some information on this and speaking of the whole legalization of marijuana. Illinois has benefited from this in a big way they've collected the state is collected more more than $100 million in revenue from cannabis sales. Since the recreational legalization program launched this year. Look, Illinois is always Always in need of the money, so in my mind Let's go for it here, right? I mean, look, Yeah, you tax it and they've done that and collect the money and they're doing that because I feel like it's far back as I can remember. It's always been Illinois's cash strapped. We need more money. We need more money. Well, here you go. Here you go. So I guess I in my mind. Good, no brainer. It's a no brainer. And look if it's a way for us, you know, talk about things. You're sick of hearing. I don't want to hear about the financial problems of Illinois anymore. Now I'm sure we're still going to But we got $100 million more to play with. And since it Illinois. I'm sure we'll manage that money. Just fine. Stand by von Ewers. You couldn't tell it was some sarcasm there. The Senate met formally to debate whether to override President Trump's defense bill veto. This could pave the way for Congress to override President Trump's veto of this key defense bill, which would be the first veto override in his presidency. The Senate is set to continue the debate Friday afternoon. So I always think this is interesting when it's news. Now. First of all, this is news because this would be the first override in President Trump's presidency, but When it's newsworthy that Senators and congressmen have to work on, you know, like New Year's Day or they have to work in a weekend. That's what always gets me. You know, the news headline is and the Senate and House have convened on a rare Saturday session. E thinking myself. Yeah, that's what you were elected to do. And if you can't make the agreement, you know before that you gotta make the agreement sometimes so Uh, you know, I always just thought that was kind of funny to hear that we're noting that they're doing their jobs and maybe they have to work on a Saturday. Heaven forbid, That's the way it is. This has been the top six and six with Bob Suraj on WGN radio next Thank you, Mr Harvey. Mike Steven in four Bob's Surat on the morning show today coming up in the second half hour of this six o'clock hour, a segment that I do on my show called outside the Loop, which airs every Saturday morning here on 7 20, WGN. Segment called the Secret History of.

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Chicago murders skyrocket in 2020

Bob Sirott

01:14 min | 1 year ago

Chicago murders skyrocket in 2020

"Three years of progress, Chicago's murder tally skyrockets in 2020. As of December 31st. Yesterday, the city recorded 774 murders. In 2020 and increase of more than 50% from the 506 murders in 2019. That's according to a database maintained by the Chicago Sun Times. The uptick was felt across the city as 20 of the CPD s. 22 police districts recorded more murders in 2020. In the year before. The number of overall shooting incidents skyrocketed to rising from 2120 in 2019 to 3237 as of December 27th of last year. CPD Superintendent David Brown has on many occasions set a perfect storm of factors led to the years spike in violence and a multipronged approach is needed to tamp down the killings. Of course, we want to see those numbers go down. It's been a difficult year, and I know that Chicago's been Really trying to make progress in terms of reducing that number and looks like looked like we were on the The right path for a while, but we saw a spike in numbers last year.

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CPS hiring 2,000 new workers—no Chicago residency required—to help reopen schools

Bob Sirott

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

CPS hiring 2,000 new workers—no Chicago residency required—to help reopen schools

"Chicago police. Public schools Rather are hiring 2000 new workers to help reopen schools in January more on that from WGN's Jo brand, According to the Sun Times, CPS will pay $15 an hour and not require Chicago residency. The jobs also include supervising students whose teachers air working remotely. The new monitors will also require social distancing, making sure the students are wearing their masks and conducting health screenings. I'm

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CPS hiring 2,000 new workers — no Chicago residency required — to help reopen schools

Bob Sirott

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

CPS hiring 2,000 new workers — no Chicago residency required — to help reopen schools

"WGN NEWS public schools doing hiring Blitz, The Sun Times reports. CPS is hiring 2000 new workers to help reopen schools in January. Positions will pay 15 bucks an hour and Chicago residence he has not required. About half of those jobs will include supervising students whose teachers are working

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"sun times" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"sun times" Discussed on WGN Radio

"December 7 and our pal Neil Steinberg has a good column about this day in the Sun times a day that lives in infamy. Steinberg rights. It's because the surprise attack was carried out even while negotiations continued to work out our differences in a peaceful of matter talking about Pearl Harbor, of course. Why do we remember? Well, 2400 Americans were killed that day. The death of Americans demands our attention, or it did now. I'm not so sure. Monday, December 7 2020 is a day that will not live in for me. But maybe it should, because 2400 Americans or more will die today about the same number died yesterday and will die tomorrow. And the day after that, and the day after that. Read that column in the Sun Times today, Neil Steinberg. Richards is off. Entertainment news Coming up from entertainment. Tonight's Cassie Dolor. I did want to mention this story. First about the crown. We finished the new season, have you It's really, really great, and Netflix says they have no plans. Add a disclaimer to the crown, stating that It's drama about Britain's royal family is a work of fiction, Netflix says. We have always presented the crown as a drama, and we have every confidence are members understand? It's a work of fiction that's broadly based. On historical events. On. As a result, we have no plans and see no need to add a disclaimer. Netflix was urged last week by the British culture secretary to add the disclaimer in the wake of the broadcast of Fourth season. Questions of historical fidelity were not a major issue during earlier seasons of the show, which debuted in 2016 and traces the long reign of Queen Elizabeth, the second from its start in 1952. The current fourth season is set in the 19 eighties. Characters include Margaret Thatcher, who's 11 year 10 year transformed a divided Britain and, of course, the late Princess Diana. Charles Spencer, Diana's brother has called the Netflix to add a disclaimer, he said. I think it would help the crown. An enormous amount, if, at the beginning of each episode, it stated that this isn't true, but it is based around some real events, he said. I worry people do think that this is gospel, and that's unfair. Here's a suggestion for you. There's a Netflix documentary called House of Windsor, and I think it's five or six hours, and it's The real version of the crown and we finish watching that. And you know what? I mean, the crown was pretty accurate. It really was. Of course, they had to take a lot of liberties with conversations no one could know about. But if you watch the documentary Syriza, the House of Windsor It's fascinating. For one thing. It's amazing the casting of the crown. The actors they got really not only looked like the real people, but they took on the characteristics. They did more than just impersonate these people. I mean, they became them and, um it's really good to watch the documentary after you watch the crown. That's my suggests. I just finished the crown season for this weekend as well. Good, didn't it? It was good. Yeah, it's a great production. And did you see the documentary? Syria's the House of Windsor have not see that's I think that's a good sort of companion piece to it. Then you get you get the real story and really after watching both, you know, I I don't I wouldn't say the crown is misleading. It gives you the The basic, uh, feeling and the basic idea and the basic story. A Z. I was watching that I have to tell you. You know when they introduced Margaret Thatcher, the woman playing Margaret Thatcher. I just kept thinking of the X Files. Gillian Anderson. She had a great job, but I just think that's the X Files. Agent. You know what? I don't think I would have recognized your head in that red that she was gonna play Margaret Thatcher. I mean, between the wig and the voice. I mean, she did become Margaret Thatcher. And then in the in the House of Windsor documentary Syriza. When you see Margaret, that you act when you see all these people you're just thinking, Wow. They really got it right out of the crown. 15 and we'll check in with entertainment tonight. Next, let's check in.

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"sun times" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"sun times" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Mr and Mrs America and all the ships at sea. Let's go to press the time is 5 12. And it's December 7 that Dave into me in 1941, But this is 2020. And we have our own infamy going on. As Neil Steinberg wrote in the Sun Times this morning, it's Monday. Can we get some state police on the expressways? Yeah, I'm not talking about just in these overnight hours when we see all those maniacs doing 100. Saturday night. I was coming back from champagne. And When you hit the Ryan. It's like the Indianapolis Speedway. I mean, your life is in danger cars, speeding switching lanes weaving in and out. And the Chicago police do not have a jurisdiction on the expressways and my right about this. It's state police only lease. Yeah, so I know they're understaffed and doing a great job. But let's get a few cars on the, uh on the expressways. Let's apprehend these people. I could make some citizen's arrest. Maybe I don't think you should do that. How many times you've been shaken lately, though, Bye. You're changing lanes. And you're you think you're clear and you look again and all the sudden there's somebody I want $100. Now we're coming up. I don't want you to pass them. Yeah, wizened by somewhere to go, even though they have nowhere to go. Yeah, It's scary. It really is. And I hate that stretch of And Vicky. You'll know what I'm talking about here, but when you're coming For like I was coming from champagne, Illinois, and then you hit the Guess it's the Ryan and you come towards downtown. And there's all that construction. What am I talking about here? Vicky? You know that area? What? Try to figure out what you're talking about him. I'm 22nd street when you when you merge over on to go to Lake Shore Drive. Is that what you're talking about? But, Yeah, if you emerge from 57 Bishop Ford into the Dan Ryan, you can go to lake. Sure, but if you stay like if you're going on the If you want to get a venture in the evening, so first you're you're on the Ryan, you know? Yeah. Then you gotta get it. Yeah, And then there's Ah, Split, and one way you're gonna go North and the other way you're going to go maybe West and well, I think you're talking about where the Stevenson splits. That's it. Yeah. Is that where it is? Yeah, and it's all and it's there's a million lanes and there's construction and people are going 100 Miles an hour, man. It's like, what time were you driving? It wasn't that late. I mean, I'm talking about Saturday night at about you know, 9 30 10 o'clock. Something like that. Yeah. It was. I mean, you know, there's a lot there's a lot of traffic, but There's enough room for a couple of cars to weave around at 100 miles an hour. And between that and all the merge is on. It is an ongoing issues Since the quarantine started, the speeding has been insane. And the construction Yeah, I think even before the pandemic, that area was You know, that'll wake you up fast. Hopefully you're going the speed limit and you didn't get pulled over. Like this. Nobody got pulled over. Welcome back. Vicky. How you feeling? All right? Yeah, I'm good. Good. Everything's great back. Glad to be back in here. You guys. Well, it's nice to have you here. Thanks at 5 16 in the morning. The first caller gets a prize. Right now. 312981 72 100. That's ah! God, what's going on here at this hour? And what else is going on? I heard I heard somebody on WGN TV on the simulcast between four and five in the morning, say. It's going to be just like yesterday. As far as the weather is concerned, and yesterday was a good day to be inside napping. So I guess today will be two. I missed time. My nap, though, during the Bears game. I was napping during halftime. I should have gone to sleep during the fourth quarter. Well, at least you didn't and then thinking they were ahead by 10 and had the game locked up and then broke up a good point. S so we're going to see some of those lake effect flurries again. Steve, is that we are there gonna be most probably over in northwest Indiana. But they'll be along the lakefront as well here in Chicago, and there may be some rain and there is well today as we move through the afternoon Mostly cloudy the forecast for everybody else, though high near 38. Wins north and 5 to 12 MPH than partly.

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Sisters, 18 and 21, attacked Chicago store security guard, stabbing him 27 times after they refused to wear face masks

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:22 min | 1 year ago

Sisters, 18 and 21, attacked Chicago store security guard, stabbing him 27 times after they refused to wear face masks

"To Chicago Sisters accused of stabbing a store security guard twenty-seven time God after he asked them to wear a mask. Two sisters were charged with first degree attempted murder on Tuesday after they allegedly stabbed a security guard twenty seven times just said no you, right. After he asked to women to wear a mask and use the store provided hand sanitizer police say he's talk about an overreaction and. It's one overreaction to another over-reaction ultimately that's true. Yeah. But this is generally why businesses are told. You don't don't push people on this because people are freaking crazy clearly a Chicago Police Department spokesperson told NBC News that Jessica Hill and her sister J la initially got into a verbal altercation with the guard at a shoe store in Chicago after they refused to wear a mask the late Sunday afternoon incident turned physical get him between women and their shoes. You're. Not Wrong. When one of the sisters allegedly pulled out a knife and stabbed guard multiple times. Back Neck and arms police say oh man. Chicago police said that the thirty two year old victim was hospitalized at Mount Sinai Hospital in critical condition while the sisters were arrested and treated at a hospital nearby for minor injuries. According to police the women were in good condition and later boat at Cook County jail. And a bond hearing. Soak it. Circuit Court of Cook County. That is a lot of sees judge Mary. Maruko charged women with first degree attempted murder and order them to be held without bond. I don't know if it's first degree but. It's pretty outrageous. First degree premeditated. That's right. Yeah. Yeah. This doesn't sound like it was premeditated. For the moment second degree, the sisters a court appointed attorney could not be immediately reached for comment. But the Chicago Tribune reported that the defense lawyer argued that they were acting in self defense and that they have bipolar disorder, they have some kind of disorder for sure if someone asks you to put on a mask or something, you don't you don't whip out a knife stabbed twenty seven times that's mental illness. The defense attorney added that the pair had not intended to commit a crime nor that they have co a criminal record but the judge said the sheer numbers of stab wounds. Let's Concern Inc the Chicago, Sun? Times reported.

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"sun times" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"sun times" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Heard some churches of switch from communal wine grape juice in the In the panic. Why, though that doesn't make it that that's I don't know. It's just a cz gross. I mean, if anything, the alcohol would be better because at least packs a little punch that to Charlie Parker. Yeah, that is not that's like the coke cans and not the bud Light type situation, right? If I'm putting my mouth on the glass, you might as well give me the real thing, right? Exactly exactly. Former California deputy charged with theft from dead man's home Dead man's home. Is this really theft then? Is this one of these deals where you You look at the way you look at the funeral notices the obituaries, and then you just head over and then you stumble in by accident. Yeah, well kind of a former Orange County sheriff's deputy has been charged with burglarizing the home of a dead man. Steve Hort Ce, a 12 year veteran of the Sheriff's department, was called to the home on July 20th to check on the welfare of the owner. He discovered the man had died of natural causes. Home surveillance video showed Hauritz breaking into the home about a week later, while on duty and in uniform. He left the door open and returned twice more in civilian clothes clothes in August. The stolen goods include ceiling fans and say FS containing 15 guns. So he was scoping out the place with the body there, and he didn't notice surveillance systems hanging around. Let's get to the bigger he's supposed to be able to point this stuff out. Taylor. He stole ceiling fans. I really think that is the red flag in the story. Ceiling fans race Your new homeowner. Have you put a new ceiling fans trying to get rid of my ceiling fan? I don't really like it. Yeah, well, I don't try to steal somebody else's. You know, you're not doing ceiling fans it all. No, really. I think they're a little passe unless it's a really nice you going to do if it's hot out, and you don't want to turn on the A. C. Taylor. I always want to turn on the A. C. If it's hot out, I'm turned on the A. C. Michael Rico used in Chicago. You start used to write about the coroner's in Chicago, and he said they were very good at extracting the pinkie rings off of the local Gangsters. And you know how they You know how they amuse the the the photographers from the newspaper. When they were at a gangland hit. They would take the hat off, and then they would put their fingers through the holes in the hat. It was made for a One photo in the Chicago America or the Sun Times. This. Those were the days I love. I love the old days on the tabloid newspapers. It's different today. It's different. This story is technically not something I would usually put in police blotter. But someone I know who also signs my paychecks was a big fan of this story. So guess what, everyone it made the cut. Kentucky dog missing for three years turns up over 400 miles away in Michigan. Isn't this a good story? It is how it is a beautiful dog. Talented at home. Did the Poo Choo and missing three years ago in Kentucky has turned up more than 400 Miles away in Michigan, Callie went missing from owner Levein's Mosher's home after burglars. So many burglars hope their ransacked it while she was in a hospital gown. But there ain't no ceiling fans. Guess we'll have to steal this damn dog. She had given up hope of ever seeing her dog again when she got a call late last month from animal control that Callie had been found in Michigan near the border of Indianapolis. I was kind of shocked. I was like no way because it's been three years. Yeah, I have to say after three years you definitely come to terms with the fact that the dog is dead. Or God. Anyway, it's not coming back. I was bouncing off the walls. I was in tears. I was excited. Congratulations were so happy that Callie is back in her rightful home. This is a really strange story. We'll never roll over shake. Baby shark used to punish jail inmates. So Taylor's a new dad, I think he'll appreciate this story. Baby shark is a song they sing to little kids, baby shark dude did you to do And it just kind of goes on like that? Um corrections officers subjected inmates to inhumane discipline by blasting the Children's song, Baby Shark on a loop at an Oklahoma jail over and over and over again, and they're claiming it's a violation of the Eighth Amendment. He also prohibition against cruel and unusual punishment. Well, you know, a part of it, you would consider cruel. They made them stand up for like two hours. You in like that? From what you said the song The song could be even worse than having to stand up for two hours. This song Here's the thing. The song for Little Kids is mesmerizing. They literally go into a trance. It's so did it Every time I try to kind of sing through it, I always end up singing. What's that doing? Doing? Doon! Doon! Doon Doon ending of my May stand on. Yeah. So interesting. We'll see how that plays out three shot at a party during recording of a music video in jail. I'm going. I'm going to go out on a limb and say it was a wrap. Hey, I'm going to try not to let this destroy my faith in the integrity of the hip hop community..

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Chicago violence: 1-year-old boy killed, mother injured after shots fired into vehicle, police say

Ben Ferguson

02:22 min | 2 years ago

Chicago violence: 1-year-old boy killed, mother injured after shots fired into vehicle, police say

"We'll see what happened in Chicago over the weekend. See. Did the cops kill anybody? No. Three kids murdered, though Including a one year old boy in a 10 year old girl. In separate shootings. Guess who killed them? Four Children were among the 65 people shot across Chicago this weekend. 18 of them died. Three Children killed. A weekend gun violence brought Chicago over 300 homicides. So far this year and counting. Last year, the city didn't break 300. Until early August. According to the Sun Times data. A 10 year old girl's fatally shot Saturday when a stray bullet hit her inside a Logan Square home on the northwest side. She was inside the apartment about 9 40. PM When the bullet came through the window and struck her in the head. She was taken to the hospital, where she was pronounced dead hours later. Popo said. The shots may have come from a group of males who began firing it. Another group in the block. Earlier that afternoon, A one year old little boy was killed and his mother wounded in Englewood on the Southside. A woman and her child were driving home from a laundromat. Just after 2 p.m. when a gunman pulled up alongside them in another vehicle and opened fire. The child was struck once in the chest while his mother 22 was grazed on the head. She drove them to ST Bernard Hospital where the child died. Mother was later taken. The University of Chicago Medical Center for treatment in her condition was stabilized. The medical examiner's office identified the little boy a sincere, eh, Gaston. Lived in South Chicago. Earlier that morning, a teenage boy was shot to death in Humboldt Park on the West side and toe. One Douglas 17 was in a large crowd at 11:25 A.m. when he got into an altercation. Someone from the group pulled out a gun. And fired shots.

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The Decline of Local News is Solvable

Solvable

03:32 min | 2 years ago

The Decline of Local News is Solvable

"Margaret. Sullivan is the media columnist for the Washington Post and formerly the public editor of the new. York Times. Her new book is called ghosting the news local journalism and the Crisis of American democracy? I talked with her about the scale and seriousness the collapse of local news and what can be done to fix it. Or Margaret thanks for joining us on solvable and let's talk first about the dimensions of this problem. There's no question that we are losing local newspapers. I think something close to two thousand. If I read that right in your book have gone out of business in the past fifteen years and the ones that are remain aren't exactly thriving, and of course that matters a lot to us journalists says our friends that's the system we came up in. But why does this matter so much as you say in the title of your book to American Democracy. It matters because. While newspapers are certainly not the only way that people are informed about their communities in their public officials, they have been over time perhaps the key way that people get information about how their local governments are functioning and how communities have a base of. facts from which to operate they may disagree on the facts or what to do about them but they sort of have this shared substance that that makes sense to everybody. As that has dwindled away largely because of the dissolution of the underlying business model based on print advertising. Largely, people are are less informed people are less civically engaged and it. It hurts the underlying the underpinnings of of the way our society in our government is supposed to function. So it's primarily an accountability problem. Right if simply put if the press isn't watching government officials can get away with more corruption mismanagement. I think you said it exactly right Jacob. It is primarily an accountability problem but I I see another aspect to to which I just like to mention which is has nothing to do with really watchdog journalism or that accountability piece, which is that newspapers have traditionally been away that communities helped knit themselves together whether it's about coverage of concerts or restaurants or theater or interesting people or obituaries it's sort of village square for the community. That has nothing to do with whether the town council or the city council is mismanaging your tax dollars, but it does have to do with sort of cohesion within the community. So it's it's both of those things and probably a bunch of others to. But why is it important that it's news organizations versus you know bloggers or people posting smartphone videos tweeting about what's going on their town or community Weisensee. Citizen Journalism the replacement for all this. Citizen Journalism. If that's what we want to call it is is part of the solution. One of the things it can't do very well, though is publicized to the same degree that a front page headline or a big homepage treatment can from the Chicago Tribune or the Sun Times you know it's a lot easier to ignore a gadfly citizen as these folks might be seen rather than a big institution that's powerful.

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Jacob Blake's dad says son left paralyzed by police shooting

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Jacob Blake's dad says son left paralyzed by police shooting

"The father of a black man shot several times by police in Kenosha Wisconsin says his son is paralyzed Jayco Blakstad tells the Chicago sun times that his son was shot eight times during a Sunday night confrontation with Kenosha police and now it's paralyzed from the waist down he says doctors aren't sure if the paralysis will remain permanent Blake remains hospitalized in serious condition the shooting has resulted in protests in Kenosha with police firing tear gas at hundreds of protesters who defied a curfew threw bottles and shot fireworks at law enforcement officers guarding the courthouse I'm Mike Hampton

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"sun times" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"sun times" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Days ago today, and finally, this date 1990. The Reds release Kangra fee senior he would sign with the Mariners and play with his son becoming the first father son combo on a major league baseball team. That is your look at this date. And Red's history always want to save time for that, By the way I have on the blogger gets 700 wlw dot com. A look back at what was said on the state 1989 What Pete said at his news conference. What Bart Giamatti said it Hiss. I also have and I look at this every year on the anniversary, and I think what if I have the back page of the Chicago Sun Times that morning. When I went I was in South Bend at the time when I went to the new stand that that's Ah ah, holder of newspapers, kids, and there were actual newspapers and you get ink on your fingers. And you put like 25 cents in the machine and the door would open and you take a newspaper out Well that day the back page of the Chicago Sun Times in big letters. Said. Rose gets five years. And it was quoting a source in an A P story, a source close to the negotiations between your body and rose that said Pete Rose, had agreed to a five year ban. A five year suspension, averting a lifetime ban in a compromise reached with the commissioner. What if that had actually taken place, man? Oh, man. This date 1989. Let's check the scores there. Brought to you by next go plumbing. Choose approach. Choose. Nix, Go and brand standards. Kangaroo phe with over 20 Years is your hometown roofing expert. One final Today one final. It's Toronto over Tampa Bay six for the final and one in progress. Fourth inning Now the Marlins letting the nationals one to nothing. The Indians are under the lights tonight at 7 10. They'll do it without Terry Francona is going to miss this three game series recovering from surgery from a gastro intestinal issue. He has already missed 14 games. This season. NL Central Division games include the Cubs, playing at Detroit Tonight. Mills versus Mai's in Kansas City is in ST Louis to take on the Cardinals killer versus Flaherty. When we continue the lineup is out. Oh, it's a left hander tonight. Who's in and How does David Bell Stack them up? It's all ahead. Darnell carriers inside Pitch on 700 wlw..

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Trump Calls Lightfoot Wednesday Night to Confirm Federal Aid to Chicago

Mike Gallagher

01:34 min | 2 years ago

Trump Calls Lightfoot Wednesday Night to Confirm Federal Aid to Chicago

"According to the Chicago Sun Times. President Trump called Mayor Lightfoot last night, confirming he plans to send federal resource is to Chicago to supplement ongoing federal investigations. Pertaining to violent crime, the statement said. The conversation was brief and straightforward. Believe me, neither one of them like each other. And Lightfoot, who's been blasting extreme politicians. And the president has accused her of being on an anti police crusade. They are in agreement, according to the Chicago Sun Times, And Of course, she doesn't want the world to hear this. Because that her Whoa! Crowd won't like it. Her woke constituent. She won't like her trying to be a mayor. And be responsible. An adult in working with the commander in chief, but apparently, Trump and Lightfoot are in agreement over the strategy of sending in agents. The statement said. Again. This was has reported from the ship by the Chicago Sun Times. Mera Lightfoot maintains that all resources will be investigatory in nature and be coordinated through the U. S attorney's office. Well, that's fine. That's saving face. The big picture here, and the takeaway is that Lori Lightfoot apparently is a green with Trump's Efforts to help Chicago deal with the unspeakable, horrific violence that they have been dealing with.

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Mo'Kelly responds to former Trump adviser Roger Stone calling him a racial slur during interview

Mo'Kelly

09:21 min | 2 years ago

Mo'Kelly responds to former Trump adviser Roger Stone calling him a racial slur during interview

"And you have questions. In fact, I have questions during the program. During one of the breaks. I was told Eric if he could get the What Roger Stone allegedly said and want to get to that in just a moment. What would you do an interview like that? I have certain responsibilities. And if you watch any good reporter and I'm not saying I'm a good reporter, but there's a technique you watch report like during a White House press briefing. And the president may say something personal may make a personal insult. Notice. They don't respond to that Their job is to get their questions asked and get an answer. My job as I see it. Was to keep Roger Stone on the phone. And regardless of what may have transpired, regardless of what person that may have felt about what he was saying, my job was to keep him talking. For your benefit as the audience and my benefit to have that conversation. And it's not always comfortable. And since I'm processing, quite sure different people heard different things or wanted to know different things. I'm going to turn this over now to to all his sharp producer wallet. Take it from here. No, uh, first of all, fantastic job That was quite possibly one of the best interviews that has ever been on the Mo Kelly show. Hands down. Great questions. Fantastic. I okay? Maybe I heard wrong. I need to go back and hear the audio. I swear this man Off the cuff said. I cannot believe I am arguing with this Negro on the air. Okay. If you did not hear that portion of the conversation, I was pressing Roger Stone as faras his commutation. That his relationship in proximity to the president probably had something to do with the president showing him favor and he he was just talking about how unfair the justice system was. Well, that's the likely follow up question. How can you talk about an unfair justice system when you are benefiting from that same justice system? If you're not the friend of the president, then You probably don't get the commutation. I think he took exception to it. And Eric, are you Are you queued up on your end? Yeah, I got it. Okay. This is where everything went. Left, everyone pay attention. Let's all listen to this together. Hit it. I do believe that certain people are treated differently in the federal justice system. I do absolutely believe that. But I also believe that your friendship and relationship in history with Donald Trump weighed more heavily than him. Just wanted to make sure that justice was done by AH person in the justice system that you were treated so unfairly. There are thousands of people treated unfairly daily. How your number just happened to come up in the lottery. I'm guessing it was more than just look. Roger, right? Rose, You're arguing with me. I'm sorry. What is that? Roger. Roger. I'm sorry. What did you say? I'm sorry. You you argue with him. I thought we were having just a very spirited conversation. What happened? Would you not like to continue the conversation, sir? I hear that the line is not dead. You're back. I don't know what that is. Well, Yeah, I was, uh, I was talking and you said something about Negro, so I wasn't exactly sure. Our did not Okay. You know your mind your mind? I okay. Well, we'll let the listeners decide. Let me go to the next question. Then why? Whatever the next question No. Do you literally have ice in your veins? Well, let me put it on for you. How were you able to keep that going and keep your composure? How do you do that? I'm sitting over here losing my mind. I didn't know it first. I need to figure out this is what's going through my mind. I had to figure out whether he was going to each yet. And then when I had chest really think about it during the break, this is something I noticed if he honestly couldn't hear me, what is it? Someone says, if they can't hear you and in the middle of a conversation. Hello there. He didn't say that. It's just silence. And he obviously wasn't talking any exhale. I heard what I heard. And the audio is what the audio is, But let me tell you swallow what I felt about it. And this kind of I'm loath to talk about race on the Mo Kelly show. I'm loath because by and large people don't respect the conversation. They don't respect it at all. They want to hear what they already believe. They don't want information. They want confirmation. They want affirmation. And a lot of times. I always say I can show you better than I can tell you. I've had seven pressed to my count seven presidential candidates on this program either while they were running or sometime later in their professional history. Seven. We've had any number of senators, you have any number of Congress people. I've been in radio 20 years I have been a BBC political commentator for 10 years have been published in The New York Times. L A Times Chicago Sun Times and been on. Good Morning America. CNN MSNBC H L In MSNBC, NBC it just about any alphabet, Fox 11. I say all that to say not as a boast. But the only thing that I felt was true, honest and sincere. That Roger Stone said was in that moment that he thought I was not listening and all of my professional Crit accolades. All my professional bony feet days went out the window because as far as he was concerned, he was talking and arguing with a Negro. It didn't matter that I went to Georgetown University. It didn't matter that I did my interns on internship on Capitol Hill. It didn't matter that I've interviewed the best of the best in All walks of life. It did not matter because in that moment he was flustered. He obviously was angry and He? It was almost like, If you want to know how a person actually is. Well, get them when they think that the cameras aren't rolling. The microphone is off. And no one else was around. That moment was the closest thing we'll ever get to that with Roger Stone. He didn't think that I could hear him. And he seemingly turned to another person in that room and says something unintelligible in said something like I can't believe I'm argument this Negro. Can we isolate that, Eric? Do you have that isolated anyways? We can listen to just that. What was she like arguing with me? One more time. What was she like arguing with me? Well, I don't know what the first few words but this Negro is clear as day. I don't care what precedes it. It is what it is. But But 12 here's my main point. That's why I'm low to discuss race on this program, not because Because I think it's a silly conversation, and people don't actually want to have a sincere conversation. Because not a day goes by which someone says to me on some love with my email and you see the twat posted all the time. You're not on Ko Phi, but four or you didn't get into Georgetown but four Or you don't deserve to or you're only there because of every single day. It's a perpetual audition to prove myself having nothing to do with my actual professional accomplishments. And I can say that, but in that moment it is demonstrated for everyone to see and everyone to hear. So going back to how did I keep my cool? That's Tuesday in America for me, that's every single day, but my job was to keep him talking because people wanted to know. Was he going to get a trump tattoo? See, We don't get that question if I reject or I chase him down this warm hole of Negro He denied it. In that moment, he lied about it. What is there to discuss? I know him on the radio. I know that there's going to be a podcast. I don't need to chase after that. Because I knew

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Chicago Public School's fall plan might include part-time return to classrooms, CTU says

John Howell

01:02 min | 2 years ago

Chicago Public School's fall plan might include part-time return to classrooms, CTU says

"We have some breaking news tonight regarding Chicago PUBLIC schools. The Sun Times reporting that public schools officials have talked with the teachers union about a hybrid plan. That would include both in person and remote learning. Now. This is all happening as the district is expected to reveal its proposal for the fall tomorrow. Bill Cameron covered the union press conference today. On this topic bills. CTU wants to continue remote learning for at least six weeks while planning continues to make in class instructions safe. Not spoken. CTU vice president Stacey Davis cases were actually in several pandemics. We are also in a position where we have a maniac. It's sitting in the White House who deny science who has led many of his GOP brother in off the ledge. More input from many more affected parties will be taken before the mayor decides how to reopen the schools.

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"sun times" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:20 min | 2 years ago

"sun times" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Stephano Esposito is a reporter for the Chicago Sun Times in today, in the paper, and on the website, you can read a more personal column from stuff nowhere. He shares his feelings on being a dad in the age of Corona virus. In fact, Imploring others to wear a mask. How are you, Stefano? I'm doing. Thank you. How are you? Thank you so much for being with us this evening. I thought your I thought the Com was really powerful before we get into. You know why your family has more atsu ache, thin others and hopefully that you know you're employing others to wear masks. Tell me a little bit about your family and how old your kids are. So I have I married. I've two Children, one who is about to turn three later this month and a thing to be nine year old. So it's pretty crazy household at the moment. And of course, I love that You started out thie article you were talking about how you know you sympathize with pretty much you know all of everyone else with all of these health precautions that are very frustrating that we all have to part taken. Yeah, You know, we've been We've endured this for four months now. And I think you know, along the way we we We think many of us so I don't think I can take another day of this. And yet we've we've got to this point. Finally and And now we hear that the cases we're going up across the south and west of the country, and it's done. I think very frustrating for me, my family and many, many other people. I'm sure when we thought we had, you know, we saw sort of a row with the light at the end of the tunnel. And especially for your family. You guys have more at stake that others wear a mask and tell me why. You know I don't want to. I don't want to suggest that we have a particularly harsh the hard. Yeah, Well, we have a two year old, who was diagnosed with house may not too long ago, but he had Pretty serious breathing problems. As you know most of his short life to the point where we are often in the middle the night have to make a run to the emergency room. And if you have kids, you know, you know that there really is nothing more worried, more terrifying and seeing your little one. You know, suffering and not being able to do anything about it. So you know it's a Jasmine is considered an underlying condition that people should be worried about with Corona virus. And of course, I mean, that does sound severe because if you are making trips in the middle of the night to the emergency room, that's concerning Yeah, absolutely. Absolutely. And, you know, I remember initially, when we were learning about about the current virus, we felt if my kid gets the cold, you know that often is just a simple cold. That's often requires a trip to the E. R. And and the very last thing you want to do is to be in a place where you're surrounded by six people, some of whom might have the Corona virus. So you know, initially we were absolutely terrified. What's it like to be out and about and see so many people without masks? Um, as I say in the colony. It's very frustrating because it's such a simple thing to do. You know, you just put the thing over your face and breathe, you know, and I do understand that. As I understand. There are some people who for medical reasons cannot wear a mask. And that's fine. But for the rest of us, I mean, honestly, you know, just just put the damn thing all over your face and forget about it on guy is, I say in the column it it. It was amazing to us because My kid would not go to weeks without having a breathing issue in the pre pandemic alike, not two weeks and then we didn't always have to go to the emergency room. Certainly, but often we would have to give him Medication on nebulizer, that sort of thing, And then you know, a couple of weeks into the lock down. We noticed that he wasn't getting sick. You know, month get scratched into a month, a couple months he didn't get so much of a sniffle and the reason why was because he wasn't around other kids. You know what kids do. They get their fingers in their up their nose and all that sort of thing. And that's why and that that sort that told me that that's why social distancing washing your hands and so forth really works, and it's such a simple thing to do. And you know, Of course, I think the column is super important right now is we're coming up on a holiday weekend. I think a lot of people, of course, as you mentioned as it is for your family, everyone's stir crazy. They're ready to celebrate. But it's a good reminder that when you wear a mask, you're really wearing it for other people, right? Absolutely. Absolutely. I mean, you know, I don't want to pick on the young. I was young once, and I did silly things, but you know, it's it's When I was young and what we weren't in this situation where I could do something that could potentially, you know, could potentially make somebody else. Very signal. Kill somebody, Um, by by, you know, so it is. It is a reminder that that You may not care about yourself. But you should care about your grandmother. Your grandfather, you know, on an ailing uncle, something like that. And if somebody's around you at the grocery store, they may not realize that you have a two year old with, you know asthma that can take him to the emergency room in the middle of the night, but It's also helping you out. Yeah, I don't have a sign on my chest. My two year old would appreciate it if you'd put your mask on properly. No, absolutely. Which is why all of us have to do our part. Are you guys taking extra precautions? Now? That's sort of the world is opening up. I mean, especially here in Chicago. In terms of energy, you describe sort of being in a cocoon and sort of it was really good. For your two year old to kind of, you know if he wasn't really having any attacks recently. You mean party menu means like caution as we go out. Yeah. I mean, are you extra vigilant Just because you're so concerned at this point now, Yeah, I mean way had to be, to be honest, I mean, it's just been me going out mostly. I mean, my wife is going absolutely crazy. And I completely and I get to go stir crazy, but we have not ventured out to restaurants at this point. Um, we were trying to trying to be safe. You know, I want my Children mattered more to me than anything in the world. Like any parent and I just this point. I'm not convinced that that That I really want to be out about in restaurants and so forth At some point, Yeah, they need that social interactions are saying the column. You know that's damaging to your Children need to be with other Children on socializing and and not for them not to have that is You know, it is really fat that this point inseparable kids in Chicago who are dealing with this? Yeah, you're talking about the trials and tribulations of home schooling, too. Yeah, it's just not working out has ended down my kids. My older my soon to be nine year old is CPS student and it's just too too easy and too tempting for him to flick from. You know, times tables to a prodigy, which is some video game that kids his age are playing, and you know, it's something there's much that I can do about it. Because I'm not that. You know, this computer savvy is my eight year old is other than you take away the computer. Of course. Well, yeah, it sounded like it was more trials with the homeschooling for sure. But so it's going to be a little while before as a family. You guys decide that you guys can all go out together..

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"sun times" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"sun times" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Know that there were that many people they could be involved in their lives taken at that time it is now three forty three AM on Sunday morning the Chicago sun times reports that eight people have been shot in the forty two hundred block of west eighteenth street in Lawndale now the latest shooting happened at eighteen the Keeler Avenue around three forty eight AM police say four men were shot one of them died at the scene and three others were taken to Mount Sinai hospital chief flowers one of them a thirty three year old father of three named Dimitrius flowers was killed on the father of Dimitrius flowers on on as of August fourth two thousand nineteen we've lost him to a gun violence in Chicago I've lived in Chicago all my life born and raised as well as my son Dimitrius demand background it surges father son husband that you will be proud of you know and I'm not exaggerating just close he's not here my son actually was supposed to get married August twenty third of that month they reject you he had divorced his first wife and have found someone who he felt like he usually arrested his life wait and we were happy we were all getting ready for that Dimitris hasn't always had it easy you know coming up you know what he had to face as a as a kid growing up in some areas and half it's a deal with the gangs and things like that but I'm not trying to paint a rosy picture but what I'm saying he had he had overcome is survived it can move past Chicago sun times reports that Dimitrius flowers thirty three was struck in the chest and taken to Mount Sinai hospital police and the cook county medical.

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"sun times" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"sun times" Discussed on WGN Radio

"According to the sun times jewelers facing an investigation after allegations from the staff that he was berating them an outside firm is conducting that investigation Roger batters WGN news an inmate found dead at the cook county jail was the victim of a homicide Pedro roulette Ruiz was found beaten in his cell Saturday morning Ruiz had been held at the jail since his arrest a day earlier police say he was involved in a shooting last Tuesday in the back of the yards neighborhood the left a man in critical condition he was being held on attempted murder charges voters in Iowa will cast their first votes this evening of the twenty twenty presidential election democratic presidential candidates are feeling confident while others are trying to manage expectations here's a few two of them maybe clover shark Pete booted judging Joe Biden we know there are people out there that stayed home in the twenty sixteen election were know that there are people that voted for trump we know that there are people that voted for other candidates and they're watching all of this right now the best way to win is the best way to govern to leave the politics of the past in the past and to move forward together how can we be trump you for not perceived as being totally authentic Iowa caucus begins at around seven o'clock this evening another giant candy bars making news the Hershey company has unveiled the world's largest take five bar it's nine feet long five and a half feet wide weighs three tons her she's managed to break the record set by Mars Ridley just two weeks ago with their snickers bar now with WGN sports here's Dave.

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"sun times" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"sun times" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Sun times mark and the story needed a second reported to work with Alan and I said yes Pam Zachman Z. ET K. M. A. N. and I'm an investigative reporter now with the CBS station in Chicago Pam segment with senior investigative reporter at the sun times and she in the editor Stu Lori and come up with this idea the idea was for the paper to buy set up and operate a working bar who is to be sort of undercover bar to catch a cargo visuals in the act of corruption normally what would happen is that people would call into newspapers like the sometimes with complaints about things that they thought needed to be investigated and Pam the other reporters would go out and investigate but one of the month one of the most difficult tips that we got was tips from small businesses that said that they were sick and tired of having to pay bribes to all kinds of inspectors that would demand pay offs and keep coming it never ends it in other words a city inspector would come to an establishment like a restaurant and say oh Jeez you're out of code what we do and then check them down for a little money to be clear this wasn't something that just affected a few businesses affected thousands people would say everyone does it it's systemic you'll never be able to do anything about it is just the Chicago way and we.

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"sun times" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"sun times" Discussed on KQED Radio

"They dreamed of being a reporter for the sun times his entire life in nineteen seventy seven she was still a cub reporter rocky stock covering the suburbs then one night he was in the office working late it was in the evening and I was working on a story when suddenly I was called into managing editor stories office and if you called into the office late at night I was worried this is not good news to know what it might be but Stu's first words and he was smiling when he said them says Hey if you ever have you ever waited tables and I said yes and they said can you hold your liquor and I sense something was happening here and I decided I was going to answer yes to every question no matter what it was and I said yes he said are you good at talking to people and I said yes otherwise can you keep your mouth shut if you have to and I said yes and then yes can can you ride fifty thousand words in a big hurry and I said yes and at that point stuhrling back in his chair and smiles and say I think we're going to detach you from the city room for a while the end of the meeting stew Lori said do you have a nickname and I said oh my college friends call minority and he said all right well good luck minorities a bartender that's when the editor read say on the plane at the Chicago sun.

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"sun times" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"sun times" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Automatic voter registration process and the programming errors continued for about seventeen months without detection or resolution house Republicans are now calling for oversight hearings secretary of state spokesman Henry hop says the problem is contained and under control we discovered in there and we fixed it and then we notified the state board of elections and the local election authorities and the individuals that were impacting those non citizens are in the country legally and they did not lie on their forms it was the state who signed them up to vote Chicago taxpayers spend two hundred ten million dollars on police and fire overtime last year despite orders to rein it in WGN's James Sears has the numbers the sun times reporting the city spent one hundred thirty one million dollars police overtime the same as the year before mayor Lightfoot had played a hold former superintendent Eddie Johnson accountable but he was fired personnel are now sweeping in and out of work the fire department spent nearly seventy nine million dollars on overtime of sixteen percent from the previous year and six times as much as in twenty eleven that's being blamed on four hundred fifty six vacancies James Sears WGN news Senate impeachment trial of president trump begins in earnest today senators will decide whether trump should be removed from office that's considered highly unlikely in the Republican controlled Senate Democrat let housing peach trump last month for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress for asking Ukraine to intervene in the U. S. election and investigate the bidens Democrats have been demanding subpoenas for key witnesses and documents the White House has blocked it during the house debate that led up to the impeachment Republicans have also proposed a plan that speeds up the impeachment process to just a few days to guarantee with no guarantee rather of documents or witnesses the other planetary was getting a makeover for its ninetieth.

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"sun times" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"sun times" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"The car went in the Chicago River all those years ago go ahead. what are you doing doing well thank you. my brother was on a pile driving yeah break there or when that happened. and the work and for Great Lakes dredge in back. and they got Great Lakes got paid to. shop the jab down. so it was off for about a week maybe more as a film that scene yes because they didn't want him here in may if you know what piled high but they didn't want the hammer Ruiner movie was he's still working when we had the famous loop flood to because they brought everybody who is involved and pile driving run of throwing mattresses on the river to plug that hole was involved in there. no him and I were both general foreman turned a deep Connell. would they wanted us on it but we weren't turning down a note the general foreman yeah. yeah goal to cold put man creosote piling. in the room that my brother knew where those totals were under Neath sure I'm I remember when that happened I actually took a tour they gave me a tour down you know lower lower lower Wacker and both on the south side and our side of the river obviously and I got takes a look at some of those tunnels used to used to bring the newspaper the the newspaper that they printed the paper on in off the barges on the ships to the Tribune tower in the sun times is to for a lot of different purposes utilities what have you I thank you Kerr much appreciated Sir quickly colors man can sing your pile in the Air National Guard veteran of the U. S. Air Force he hasn't been shy about being somewhat critical are present but in a column on fox news yes it was posted he accuses the media of promoting the scandalous headlines that stretch the truth this in regards in response to political as recently as a scoop that airforce crew made an out of the ordinary stop at trump Turnberry resort in Scotland it turns out that the airman of actually stated the property for time since September twenty eighteen this time can singer gives trouble pass quote it's not a scandal for air crews to stay in a nice hotel like the trump Turnberry and it's not unethical soul long hands and this is important they honor the government rate which is not always a given because as a private company they can choose to honor it or not so that's what he brought to the table but if I would like to hear that because quite often after I have the good congressman none of people calling complain that does a real doesn't to defend the present vigorously enough. when asked about his own thoughts about his own experience with the Air Force stop oversee I said I prefer the nicer places to have some Oktoberfest music own Popeye go ahead. who is here from the. Chicago is the general manager. I am a huge of an all in rose one point and rose months only knows how to throw a party.

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"sun times" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"sun times" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Didn't he did. And they just announced Stroh juries Mace Jackson's new co host over WBAL ended to see that I saw that. Yeah. I actually talked veal on years ago, but the job and I said, look, I would definitely be an outlier there. It'd be fun. It'd be great alderman, Louis Farina convicted in nineteen Eighty-three. I wonder if he was related to Dennis. Alderman, Tyrone Kenner, nineteen Eighty-three. Here's a familiar name alderman, William Carruthers, convicted, nineteen Eighty-three, of course, our D mentioned. I Carruthers feed has pleaded guilty in two thousand ten. This family business alderman, Edward stroll alderman, Donald Soir. The power would doubt. Tom keene. Now, here's another one Huta, Frank Kuta. We already mentioned a coup. The sa- family business alderman, Joe Potenza. Alderman, Joe jam brownies. And finally, alderman, Fred Hubbard pleaded guilty in nineteen ninety two again, not to be confused with a jazz, trumpet, great, Freddie Hubbard this is Fred Hubbard, the former alderman, and those, the sun time said, we're just the crooks who got caught check it out. It's in the sun times today. Maybe this time to end alderman, progress of and privilege as we know it because it doesn't seem to be working. Well, currently coming up next de Blasios now number twenty three Lauren Cohn as much to say about that. Are you willing to stay a few minutes longer? I'm going to come to anyone studio soon as I'm done with the traffic. I know you you've pulled a lot of way today in a much much appreciate it, ladies and gentlemen. Here's Lauren Cohn with a check on your commute. Six forty six is the WLS news time on the Edens, outbound from the junction to lake cook, nineteen minutes. Inbound is thirty eight Kennedy Alto hair will take forty three minutes. Inbound is fifty is now out to three ninety forty four minutes. Inbound cast over an hour. Stevenson outbound, from lakeshore drive to three fifty five fifty one minutes. Inbound is forty Dan, Ryan. Downtown ninety three thirty minutes, ninety fifth. Then we'll take you twenty nine minutes. Your next traffic update. Fifteen minutes. Wallets if you're able to house an extra one thousand dollars of free money than your urge detected national keywords. Weekdays at eight eleven two and five few chips to show off your.

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