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"wlos" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:48 min | 9 months ago

"wlos" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Thursday and West Pascoe and Wednesday and Friday and East Basco also keep in mind beginning on Tuesday, Pinellas County opening up for new vaccination distribution locations Governor Rhonda Santa's receives next week's distribution will be allocated additional supply to our higher performing sites. If state supported pods like drive thru testing sites at Miami's hard Rock stadium and the villages retirement community that are performing well and will continue to be supplied a suspect in federal custody after he allegedly made threats of violence against the Florida State. Capitol. Federal prosecutors in Tallahassee say 33 year old Daniel Baker planned to confront protesters at the Florida capital Sunday and hold them at gunpoint. The federal complaint claims Baker posted on social media before the November 3rd election that he hoped the right would try a coup because he wanted to slay enemies again. The feds say he planned the attack for one supporters of President Trump were expected to be at the state Capitol. I'm Gordon Birds, still no winner and that Powerball game. That's because nobody matched all of the numbers last night. That means the jackpot grows to $750 million for Wednesday's drawing and big NFL action tonight as the town The Bay Buccaneers take on the Saints in New Orleans Blacks quarterback Tom Brady on what it's going to take to win that game. Taking the football away, minimizes their ability to score. It was very difficult to score. If you don't have the ball. If you give the ball away gives them more chances to score. So when you play good teams that always comes down to that. The game starts at 6 30 tonight with Florida's news I'm June night. the good news about covert 19 vaccines. Yeah, they're coming. But you could do a lot more than just wait. See, you have the power to help slow the spread..

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"wlos" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:42 min | 9 months ago

"wlos" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Who voted against certifying the election America is listening to Fox News. This report is sponsored by the ex surgeon. Temporal scanner. Staying connected Continues with 1061 FM Talk State authorities are investigating the death of an inmate at the Pamlico Correctional Institution this past weekend. Fox eight reports that the Department of Public Safety said in a statement that the deceased inmate was Johnny Autry, a habitual felon who was serving a sentence for drug possession and being held in medium security. According to prison authorities. Autry was in a paranoid state for about an hour on Saturday night, then became unresponsive. Staff members then perform CPR on him, while paramedics continued life saving measures, But Autry was declared dead just after 9 P.m.. Winston Salem Police are investigating a shooting that left a child injured Monday. Kyle Wilson reports. Police say someone sprayed gunfire into a home on South Martin Luther King Jr drive just before 10 o'clock last night. The result. A nine year old girl shot in the foot. She was one of four people inside at the time, the bullet entering her bedroom through a window. She was rushed to the hospital. The injury described as non life threatening. No details about the suspect have been released as the investigation continues and violent. Years are needed to help monitor visitor patterns at the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. According to Wlos Park visitation has increased more than 30% over the last decade, so help is required. It's some of the park's most popular stops. Opportunities include recording observations on popular hiking trails and monitoring, parking availability and traffic.

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"wlos" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:42 min | 9 months ago

"wlos" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"For coronavirus hospitalizations and percent positivity rate were set in the Tar Heel state today, the Department of Health and Human Services said. There are 3635 patients with the disease and hospitals statewide Bother percentage of positive test results Balloon to 16.5 The agency also reported 5187 new single Day cases of Covert 19 and Emergency Field Hospital is going up in Lynn, or to help relieve hospital systems during the pandemic. Richard Stelling has more WLOS TV reports. The nonprofit Samaritans purse started putting together a site outside Caldwell Health U. N C with enough room for 30 hospital beds over the weekend. Patients taking up that bed space are ones who are covert 19 positive but don't need a ventilator. Caldwell helps. Entire ICU was full of covered patients on January 1st. And off duty member of the Rolli Fire department was killed in a multi vehicle wreck near Interstate 5 40 yesterday, ABC 11 reports Lieutenant Herman Ellis was driving North bound on six Forks Road when he hit several cars and overturned. Ellis was assigned to Ladder eight and also served as an instructor in the Professional Development Division and Fire Academy. He had been a member of the rally Fire Department for the past 12 years and a training burn has been set in the area around UNC Asheville. So if you see smoke near the end of the week, don't panic. Wlos reports that the school says the ash will fire department will hold a training burn this Friday on campus. The prescribed Burn was originally scheduled to be held last month but.

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"wlos" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:42 min | 9 months ago

"wlos" Discussed on KOMO

"Hoped. This week. ABC is Ginny Norman spoke with U. S Surgeon General Dr Jerome Adams. About vaccine rollout concerns and some of what Americans can expect in 2021, the leaders of Operation Warp speed, have admitted the rollout of vaccines is not going as quickly as planned. You agree with the president's assessment? That fault lies with the local level? Not the federal? Well, Here's what the American people need to know. There's vaccines manufactured. There's vaccines allocated. There's vaccines delivered. And then there's vaccines put in arms. People forget that we've always underfunded public health going back several decades and so chronically, we need to continue to fund State and local public health better. I want people to know that as someone who used to run a health department I've been out on the ground with the with the Health Department since September, Dr. Burke has been out on the ground. We've been working with them to ramp up their ability to administer these vaccines. From a federal perspective. We are on track to have 20 million people. Able to be vaccinated doses on the ground by the end of next week. It's general Pern effect, so we're on track. From that perspective. We just got to help the state and local entities get those vaccines administered in in two bodies and armed federal government's been a lot of money on these vaccines. As you said public health agencies are often underfunded, Don't you think? The federal government Could be doing more or should be doing more. Here's what I want people to understand. I talked to Tony Fauci, doctor, Miss India, and we always knew that this was going to take awhile to ramp up. What people should be A most excited about is that the curve is rapidly increasing in terms of number of people being vaccinated. What we should do with make sure that curve continues to go up and continue to support our state and local public health departments, which is what we're doing. Another case of the UK variant has been confirmed here in the U. S. First in Colorado. Now in California, we're likely to see more variants. How worried should we be about this? You should take any worry that you have and understand that the vaccine still look like they're going to work. But I'm or contagious variant means that is more critical that we follow those basic public health measures. I know American people that you've sacrificed much this year. This has been a marathon, but we don't want to trip at the finish line. We need to be especially cautious just to get his many people as possible across the finish line. We want to have a normal new year next year. The way we do that is by pulling together and sacrificing one more time so that we can ramp up these vaccinations and put this virus away for good, and that's really good way to put it. This has been a marathon. We don't want to trip at the finish line, Dr Drum, Adams Thank you so much. President Trump is one of many Americans traveling this weekend. He and President elect Joe Biden,.

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"wlos" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:40 min | 10 months ago

"wlos" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Latest Daily coronavirus cases grew a staggering 350% in California during the four weeks from mid November 2 mid December. That's according to a new data analysis from infectious disease. Epidemiologist George Limp. Cases grew significantly across all age groups. But what's most concerning is that the largest increase about 360% was seen among people who are 80 years and older. It's the group most vulnerable to becoming seriously ill and dying In just the past week. California has more than 200,000 total cases. That's far more than any other state, more than double what Ohio and Texas recorded in the same time period. For NPR News. I'm will stone on Wall Street stocks are mixed. The Dow Jones industrial average is down about 47 points at 30,152. The NASDAQ is up more than 26 points at 12,621. This is NPR Live from KQED News. I'm Brian what more than 180 people were hospitalized with covert 19 in Contra Costa County over the past week. That's according to the county's health officer, Dr Chris Varna. Tano told the Board of Supervisors yesterday that the county's positive test rate last week was 7.6%. He said. In some communities, it was as high as 12%. The county is reporting about 500 new covert 19 cases a day between last Wednesday and Friday, 12 people with the virus died in Contra Costa County. County received a batch of close to 10,000 doses of the Fizer vaccine on Tuesday. San Francisco began vaccinating some health care workers yesterday and the Board of Supervisors they're adopted a resolution urging the state to prioritize California public school workers for the cove in 19 shots. KQED is Chloe Veltman reports. The Board of Supervisors is asking for teachers and school support staff to be next in line for the vaccine after health care professionals in long term care residents in order to safely re open public schools in person. But there are many essential worker groups jockeying for position. California School Board Association director Deborah Shade sits on the state's covert Vaccine Advisory committee. It looks at four criteria the societal impact of the job equity economic impact on occupational exposure. School employees certainly fall at the top of that, In terms of the implication on all four of those Granite ear's, the Board of Supervisors now plans to submit the resolution to the governor's office. I'm Chloe Veltman KQED news. There's more at KQED died or G'kar. I'm Brian..

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"wlos" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"wlos" Discussed on WTOP

"Who make non essential trips to D. C from 39 different states are now required to self quarantine because of high Corona virus levels. Eight more states were added to that list over the weekend, and they include Arizona, Colorado, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania. In Rhode Island. Mayor Mariel Bowser's self quarantine Order, first issued in late July, calls for travelers from those states deemed hot spots, toe isolate and monitor for symptoms for 14 days, Maryland and Virginia. Exempt from that order. For the first time since D C imposed Corona virus restrictions in the city. A local church that suit to be able to meet was able to gather this weekend. Capitol Hill Baptist Church held an outdoor service yesterday at Anacostia Park in South East people were required to wear masks and practice social distancing. That church sued the city back in September, arguing that Mayor Bowser's ban on church gatherings of more than 100 people violated the church's constitutional rights. A federal judge agreed with the church, allowing it to hold in person services in the city. While the lawsuit proceeds through the courts. In past weeks, Insurance had actually been holding similar outdoor services in Virginia. 9 13 here. A number of roadways around here of shutdown are partially closed to traffic during the Corona virus pandemic. A new study looked at five U. S. Cities, including D. C. Generally speaking results show traffic volumes on a restricted streets remain below pandemic levels between April and last month activity unrestricted roadways around here rose from 32%. 52% citywide was about the same, according to traffic data firm in Rex D. C, began placing signs and roadblocks to create slow streets over the summer to promote social distancing in activities that don't require automobiles. Similar moves have been taken in Maryland, Virginia, Matt Small W T O P News when you have a couple of minutes, take a peek inside your medicine. Cabinet experts say that with the seasons changing, it's timeto winterize individuals be empowered to take Angel of their health, and this is one.

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"wlos" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"wlos" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"With 1061 FM Talk Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will be making a visit to North Carolina on Wednesday, The former vice president's campaign announced The news of his trip to Charlotte in an email to state media, but no specifics on the campaign stop have yet to be revealed. Meanwhile, the two candidates vying for North Carolina's vacant 11th congressional district seat have agreed to debate for 1/4 time. Republican candidate Madison Cawthorne and his Democratic challenger, Mo Davis, gave the thumbs up to a one hour debate that will be held at the Wlos Studios next Wednesday. September 30th. It will be sponsored by Wlos and its media partners at Carolina Public Press. With Holly Headrick and Frank Taylor moderating the event. A state sex offender who was on the run has been captured. Richard Stelling reports. AH Hope county man who fled the state last month, was arrested over the weekend in Mississippi and charge of committing more than 330 sex offenses with a child. The alleged offenses occur between February and August of this year 30 year old Joshua Taylor branch of Rayford Was taken into custody Saturday in ETA, Mississippi by FBI agents, the county sheriff's office says Bradshaw was extradited back to North Carolina on Sunday. He's scheduled to make his first court appearance today bonded and set at $20 Million and plans on what to do with downtown Asheville's Vance Monument or moving forward as a local task force is expected to start listening to thoughts from the public next month before drafting a proposal. Recommendations on what to do with the monument will then be made to the Astral City Council in mid November. The monument came under added scrutiny this summer due to its ties to the Confederacy. That does it for now, with continuing news updates from around the state, I'm Mitch Evans. Some great weather ahead. This week. Looks like it's going to try to warm up just a little bit mainly clear skies around tonight. Still crisp and cool at the.

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"wlos" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"wlos" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Some states. America's listening to Fox News. Staying connected continues with 1061 FM talk Hospitalizations from Cove in 19 have set another high in the state. There were 989 as of Tuesday, Hospitalizations have been above 900 now for more than a week. In addition, health officials reporting another 1300 plus new cases confirmed Corona virus continues to have an effect on everyday life in the state much, Evans explains. City Council members and Rollie will mull over recommendation that city permitted special events be canceled through October due to the Cove in 19 crisis. According to ABC, 11 the city manager made the proposal due to the concern over large gatherings leading to more corona virus cases. The proposal would shut down all events with more than 25 attendees through at least October 31st also city Leaders have until September 1st to decide what to do about events scheduled for after that date. I Mitch Evans, a second person is dead after a Siri's of shootings in Greensboro, 24 year old Dairy and MacIntyre was shot early Tuesday morning on north of Henry Boulevard. He is one of five people who were shot in three overnight shootings. Police have not said whether those shootings air connected. A fire last night in Durham resulted in injuries to one firefighter. It happened in a home on rough and street. It took crews about 1/2 hour to get the blaze under control. The injured firefighters said to be in stable condition. Ah, four figure tip left for a western North Carolina server. Sara Bartlett has the story. It was about a $30 tab. But a customer at last rata at Lake Laure, left Server Bree Queen and extra $1000 tip. It included a note on the bottom that said, Seriously, God bless Queen told Wlos TV that she's still in disbelief and that the customer will never know how much they blessed her. She plans to use the money for her four kids with continuing news updates from around the state. I'm Kyle will From the JD surface now plumbing, heating and air conditioning traffic center. A stalled vehicle. 40 westbound at Highway 54 in Carrie. Not seeing any delays here were moving around, well, serious Reckon. Fuckwit Verena Highway 42 at Highway 55. I'm Scott Burnett, 1061 FM talk Tropical low pressure off to our east showers. Thunderstorms scanning around this afternoon. Some heavier downpours 83 Isolated shower thunderstorm Tonight 71 slight chance of thunderstorms tomorrow with a high of 87. I mean, urologist.

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"wlos" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"wlos" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Lying to Chicago police those charges stem from small let's assertion that he was a target of a racist and homophobic Dick attack back in January of twenty nineteen small letter was black and gay was originally charged the following month with disorderly conduct for allegedly staging that attack and lying about it to investigators the charges were dropped in March twenty nineteen with very little explanation causing cook county judge Michael two men to a point Dan Webb former US attorney as a special prosecutor to look into why the charges were dropped another development this afternoon cook county state's attorney Bob fear ready is now calling for the resignation of incumbent Kim five saying it's time to restore trust and integrity to that office fox's office originally charged small Lepas sixteen felony counts then just a few weeks later dropped all the charges without getting a guilty plea from small at the already says fox allowed phone calls from important people to affect her decision making polls close at six Chicago time in New Hampshire with Bernie Sanders and Pete booted judge fighting over front runner status in a closed jar has moved up to third place in polling bad news for vice president Joe Biden expecting a loss he is already left the state for South Carolina all for prosecutors today resigning from the case after the justice department says it will lower the amount of prison time it will seek for Roger stone now this announcement coming just hours after president Donald Trump complained that the recommended sentence for as long time ally and confidante was very horrible and unfair the prosecutors had recommended seven to nine years in jail for stone WLOS news time five thirty.

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"wlos" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"wlos" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"In Illinois dispensaries open at six o'clock this morning with long lines Michelman dera manager of the THC center dispensary talked ABC seven I'm half and our team our staff is as prepared as anybody in the state right now we've got the size that has to be in Illinois is the eleven state to legalize recreational marijuana meantime governor Pritzker granted more than eleven thousand pardons for low level marijuana convictions he says the expungement to misdemeanor offenses will help people seeking jobs housing and financial aid for college scouts Lamar leaders face higher finds in the new year new Gail with that story drivers who failed to move over when they see flashing lights on the side of the highway will be fined two hundred fifty dollars for a first offense and at least seven hundred fifty first subsequent offense if the driver because his property damage or hurt someone their license will be suspended Illinois state police trooper midi Carol says a crackdown comes after a tough year for the agency we had twenty seven stationary I the squad cars hit while they were on the side of the road assisting motorists people have existing injury we lost you sure first there is another new law on the books that sets up the move over task force to study how to further protect first responders Mikhail WLS AM eight ninety news a tow truck driver was struck and killed a Chicago area freeway while trying to remove vehicles from a previous crash state police say the tow truck driver was outside when he was hit at six o'clock this morning on eastbound interstate two ninety in it may ward at the motorists to struck the tow driver was hospitalized with minor injuries president trump says the federal government will soon announce a new strategy to tackle under age vaping while the plan is vague he suggested certain flavors and cartridge based Easter growth would be taken off the market for a period of time beginning in may all E. cigarettes will need to undergo an FDA review in sports the Blackhawks beat the Calgary flames five two three WLOS news time right now three oh three let's take a look at the roads in your travel times pretty good out there the outbound Stevenson lakeshore drive at three fifty five is thirty five it will take you forty how brown eyes in our old.

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"wlos" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"wlos" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Is listening to Bach connected continues with one oh six one F. M. talk forecasters say a cold weather will blow in this afternoon and really cold weather won't be very far behind National Weather Service says a triangle could have temperatures falling to thirty nine degrees by five o'clock this afternoon Raleigh expected to drop to twenty four degrees overnight with wind chills in the teens Wednesday morning DOT crews ready to tackle the streets as the arctic system it's the state employees were on hand in Buncombe county to prepare spreaders and plows ahead of the weather an engineer tells WLOS TV to give yourself a little extra time when traveling six people wound up in the hospital at an assisted living center in Clayton was evacuated because of a chemical spray to employees at the spring brook rehabilitation and nursing center say hazmat crews found the owner came from a chemical that was sprayed on the wheels of a metal cart to loosen a rusted or frozen parts I'm scared Kemmler well here comes a powerful front making all the weather headlines a wall of rain marching through half inch plus totals out there fifty two this afternoon northwest wind sharply colder tonight on the twenty four degrees close to record cold I'm Scott Lori more the weather channel and one of six one F. M. talk next news in thirty minutes follow us on social media go to one oh six one F. M. talk dot com to connect motors you already know Easter's automotive group has thousands of the highest quality vehicles to choose from blood have you seen how Easter's continues to step it up in our community they pay it forward on fox five DC and find a role to be better community or C. B. S. ninety see whether it's supporting a local animal shelter for donating a car Easter's makes giving back a daily occurrence visit Easter's dot com slash community today to nominate someone in our community or check out what they're doing best uses dot com slash community I'm one of my all time favorite rotation tune.

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"wlos" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"wlos" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Challenger presents conversation with other world leaders but for the record there were no improprieties when he spoke to Ukraine's new leader this summer the chairman of the house intelligence committee says a transcript would settle the question a whistle blower reportedly charges the president urged Ukraine to investigate the son of political rival Joe Biden this is NPR live from KQED news I'm Tiffany cam high California officials are reporting more cases of vaping related illnesses KQED is Jeremy Siegel has more according to the California department of public health there have now been easy for potential cases of acute lung disease among people with the recent history of vaping that's about twenty more than state health authorities reported earlier this month officials haven't yet determined what exactly is causing the illnesses according to the centers for disease control and prevention the products used to run the gamut most patients reported a history of vaping THC the active chemical and cannabis they say many use THC and the nicotine and some reported using E. cigarette products containing only nicotine authorities say they have now been each deaths linked to vaping including one in California I'm Jeremy Siegel catch you reading this large trucks in California and. eighteen eighteen wheel tractor trailers will be required to get regular smog checks just like cars under a new law signed Friday by governor Gavin Newsom environmentalists are calling it one of their biggest wins of the year Paul Rogers managing editor of KQED science and environment writer at the mercury news explains why there are five hundred eleven thousand commercial trucks in California they are a major source of diesel soot which worsens asthma and other pollutants that cause smog the trucking industry says that the new law is unnecessary because existing laws are requiring that older trucks be phased off the roads already the environmental groups and health organizations like the American lung association say it will cut air pollution significantly particularly in areas where it's the worst like Los Angeles in the Central Valley the.

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"wlos" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"wlos" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Feel good video a scripted panel discussion with top staffers and screamed questions from the audience during her remarks Ledford said in the past few months some of the most vivid encounters have been with young people in the neighborhoods I've seen first hand what is lost when a young person can see how great the potential is it's hard for me to go into neighborhoods see our kids worried about what's going to happen with them when I leave I take them with me every single day like foot spray our staff made sure the event was carried live on their social media sites where they remain available and studio built camera under less Amy ninety news a new state law aims to better protect students from sexual abuse at school Nick Gail has the story the changes were spurred by a Tribune report about abuse and harassment in C. P. S. the board of education assistant counsel and you bring Cotto they will increase safeguards and create new protocols and examine revise current practices at all to protect students from physical and sexual abuse in schools so posters that a lot that are already in place but it out some new laws as well some specifics the law requires districts to review the procedures for investigating abuse claims every two years and changes all students who reported user question so they do not feel threatened Mikhail W. L. S. A. M. eight ninety news the state of Illinois is moving a step closer to selling the Thompson center downtown our GM John Dempsey has more governor prescribes administration putting out a request for proposals to start the process of officially selling the Thompson center the glass domed at State Building that's been criticized for years as a white elephant that costs too much to heat and cool Pritzker calls the building and inefficient work environment for the current demands of state business he says he wants to sell the Thompson center and use the money to stabilize the state pension system if the building is sold state employees will be moved to the ball landed building on west South Street or to other state owned or rented offices John Dempsey WLS AMA ninety news in sports the Cosby the mass yesterday five to to the Sox lost to the twins yesterday three to one the teams meet again tonight WLOS news from right now for for time.

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"wlos" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"wlos" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"His chance sincerely as I can for those that deserve an apology good luck with this good luck more trouble for Boeing news is next but first the weather channel forecast sunny skies this afternoon high of eighty one tonight clear skies a little fifty eight tomorrow sunshine some afternoon cloud the hive seventy four right now eighty wanted o'hair seventy nine at midway eighty one degrees at the lake front he's our sponsored by by grace from California for great portable snacks it's healthy and natural goal with grace from California on a trainer in the car California grapes go where you go grab a bunch of healthy today at Sam's club Russian company that leases aircraft is suing Boeing over the plane makers grounded seven thirty seven MAX eight jets is the first Boeing customer to sue over the grounding the trade war between the US and China isn't stopping cosco shoppers in Shanghai the country's first cosco store so popular and had to shut down early on its first day because of too many shoppers and one by one more than a dozen of Jeffrey abstains accusers stood before judge and poured out their anger towards the financier they took advantage of a rare opportunity to be heard in court after his jailhouse suicide denied them the chance to testify against him at his sex trafficking trial WLOS news from right now for thirty one take over the road we've got some stopping go eyes narrowed to three ninety fifty five invented fifty one Steve it's a lake shore drive to three fifty five will take an hour and fifteen inbound is fifty three will give another traffic update fifteen minutes in the W. all us money report Verizon says it's automatically enrolling customers and it's free filter system to stop robo calls not a good day off for the markets the Dow closing down a hundred twenty one points the nasdaq closing down twenty seven the S. and P. closing down nine days our sponsored in part by south sending your kid off to college the best care package isn't a package at all send the money with zzounds Zell is an easy way to send money to friends and family right from your banking absolute for selling your banking app.

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WLS-AM 890

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"wlos" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Use promo code race to save ten percent on your first year earlier today president trump talk to reporters about plans for gun reforms I think we have some really meaningful background Jack we don't want people that are mentally ill people that are are sick we don't want them having guns this after Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he and president trump and discussed several ideas related to guns since the mass shootings in Texas and Ohio and are anxious to get an outcome fourteen year old suburban boys been charged with involuntary manslaughter in the fatal shooting of a thirteen year old friend the new page county state's attorney's office says the team was released to his parents on home detention following a hearing earlier today authorities say he and three friends were handling firearms Thursday at home in Bensenville when the thirteen year old was shot in the head he later died at a hospital governor first here has signed legislation he says will remove a barrier for teacher candidates and help address a statewide teacher shortage the new law eliminates the requirement the teacher candidates pass a test of basic skills to get an educator license supporters say the test was unnecessary because admission to a teacher preparation program already demonstrated candidates have basic academic skills democratic candidates for president continue to visit the Iowa state fair sample in the food talking politics speaking today presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard detailed her priorities if she's elected this is why it's important to recognize you cannot separate foreign policy from domestic policy it's not just one little issue that sits on the side as we talk about all the other challenges that we face this is why as your president does your commander in chief I'm committed to ending these wasteful wars state fair is the largest concentration of Iowans in one place you can possibly get and candidates eager to break out and build connections with the voting base it's the perfect place to do it about a hundred by one point three million people attend the end of the Iowa state fair economics and SoulCycle gyms are facing customer boycotts because their owner Stephen Ross hosting a high dollar fundraiser for president trump corresponded Christina Alessi says soul cycle's making an effort to distance themselves they're out there today basically telling employees that they're gonna be hosting social justice rides basically free rides the proceeds will be covered by the company and then donated to a charity of the instructors choice trump says he's expected to raise between eleven and twelve million dollars is and in New Jersey for summer vacation at his golf course WLS sports cubs Cincinnati tonight bears lost their first preseason game to the Panthers last night twenty three to thirteen WLOS news.

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WLS-AM 890

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"wlos" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"It right here and I will say may ninety Chicago police confirm they are looking for an alligator in the Humboldt park news coming up next first the WLS weather channel forecast finally cloudy this evening increasing clouds overnight could see a little bit of rain will have a low of seventy two tomorrow tomorrow partly cloudy an afternoon shower thunder shower will have a high near ninety five Thursday partly cloudy icer high of seventy nine right now it's eighty six degrees at all here it's eighty nine at midway seventy eight degrees along Chicago's lakefront what Chicago police confirming tonight that there is an alligator that they're looking for in the Humboldt park lagoon police say it's about four to five feet long and it was is expected to be trapped this evening investigators were first notified about the possibility of the alligator after pictures surfaced this morning on social media story you've heard about here tonight on WLS now this is not the first time in alligators been dumped into Chicago area water ways back in two thousand eight a five foot Gator found in the Chicago River and last October a kayaker found a four foot alligator swimming in Waukegan harbor resident trump says he'll look very closely at labor secretary Alistair cost is handling of a sex trafficking case involving billionaire financier Jeffrey Epstein Acosta was a federal prosecutor in South Florida where he was involved in a two thousand eight plea deal that allowed obsidian to avoid prosecution on federal charges of molesting teenage girls L. developing part of the story tonight two of Jeffrey abstains victims amassed a Florida federal judge to throw out this one secret deal that allowed him to avoid federal federal prosecution for such crimes the lawyers for the victim said in a court filing today that the tossing the deal is the best way to deal with the justice department's violation of the crime victims rights act the judge found prosecutors violated the law by not consulting abstains victims about non a non prosecution agreement WLOS news time six thirty three the way is up on the heat and spurs he's founder heading inbound on the spur right now all lanes of traffic blocked with an accident delays getting on to the unions right now forty minutes like cook down to the junction once you pass an accident how Bobbi.

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"wlos" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

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02:02 min | 2 years ago

"wlos" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"From a query left handed over to Cathy for news they're talking about it today on WLS the big jump at the pub that started the day in Illinois news is next but first the WLS weather channel forecast partly sunny skies this afternoon is stray shower or storm possible this afternoon tonight and tomorrow highs both today and tomorrow around ninety seventy for the low the night now eighty eight at o'hare eighty seven ad midway seventy eight degrees at the lake is our sponsored in part by discover go further than ever with the discovery miles card they automatically match the miles you and at the end of your first year so you're thirty five thousand miles could become seventy thousand discovered miles limitations apply discover match for new cardmembers only clear more discover dot com slash travel Lauren's been talking about it and you've been weighing in illinois' gas taxes doubled starting today from nineteen cents per gallon to thirty eight cents per gallon illinois' smokers also paying more cigarette tax of gone out by a Buck from up to two ninety eight per pack an E. cigarettes now have a fifteen percent tax on the wholesale price governor Pritzker says gas in cigarette tax hikes will help rebuild our state's crumbling roads and bridges illinois' also raise the age limit to buy cigarettes cigars chewing tobacco in E. cigarettes from eighteen to twenty one years old beginning today joining a handful of other states with a higher age limit and police firing tear gas of driven out protesters who earlier stormed and ransacked Hong Kong's parliament the protest came on the anniversary of Hong Kong's transfer of sovereignty to China from Britain ongoing protests are about plans that would allow extradition from Hong Kong to mainland China WLOS news time five thirty three on the road drive times even southbound word of oppression foster thirty two up to like twenty nine inbound Kennedy fifty six out to the airport forty nine coming in as an hour over an hour to the three ninety fifty four inbound Stevenson in our twenty three fifty five and forty four on the inbound lane Bryant fifty for.

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