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"copley hospital" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:36 min | 6 months ago

"copley hospital" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Versace blood center of Illinois here's Ryan Perot Copley hospital in Aurora has been added to the national register of historic places the hospital first opened in October of eighteen eighty eight and was the only hospital in Aurora until nineteen hundred when it closed in nineteen ninety five at two hundred beds making it the oldest and longest occupied medical facility in Aurora there are currently plans for a one hundred and twenty eight million dollar redevelopment of the campus I Bryan Burrough with community corners at WGN radio and now we've WGN sports here's Dave and it and the all star game is history now it's had a history of being a high scoring no defense type of game not always very competitive that was not the case last night at the United center were using over vamp scoring system team lebron beat team a Jana S. one fifty seven one fifty five closest all star game in a decade and was night they paid tribute early and often to Kobe Bryant here's Kevin Ballard kago and comment Jennifer Hudson and chance the rapper among those remembering Kobe Bryant Sunday night is tribute for the eighteen time all star continue there's a little front James had to say following his team's victory I was the enemy be at a loss as like a myself it is gonna be a part of me for the rest of my life in our franchise in any player to ever wear purple and gold until the end of basketball which is never so in also is a beautiful time this is a beautiful day and and his presence was felt here Chicago so lebron's team edging out TV Yanis in the first all star game in Chicago since nineteen eighty eight the season resumes Thursday bulls Charlotte amid a report morning the sun times of a front office shakeup in the works the Blackhawks face a pivotal week the trade deadline one week from today the hawks six points out of a playoff spot with three teams between them and the second wild card with twenty three games left for them our Xfinity X. five Blackhawks support hawks fell to the jets three two and what a pack of the first game this year in the NHL in which no penalties were called red carpet Patrick Kane scored for the hawks Corey Crawford thirty five saves and the Blackhawks blues game March eighth will make some history and all female crew will produce and broadcast the game on NBC sports snapped on international women's day Dave edit WGN sports your money on WGN global stocks are mixed for this morning mostly higher but mixed up with losses in Japan and in Singapore in Japan because of some poor GDP numbers their market sharply higher in China purely to on a quarter after that country announced some new stimulus measures that's also impacting markets in Europe in London Germany and France the of markets there are higher two major fast food chains are having a fish sandwich war Arby's is now competing with McDonald's filet of fish with its new fishing chatter sandwich chain is known for its roast beef but the vice president of the company for advertising says the fish is me too it is should meet in his words news and which will come out just in time for land twin Catholics are not allowed to eat beef for poultry but can eat fish and some developing news this morning Facebook is the latest tax company tech company to pull the plug on a big event because of corona virus the company has canceled its global marketing summit that was scheduled for San Francisco because of the corona virus outbreak the of big mobile a World Conference was canceled also because of corona virus and I'm Steve percentage on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN I am loving the only dual camera system with ultra wide on.

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"copley hospital" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:56 min | 8 months ago

"copley hospital" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"This little piggy and all of his friends are causing problems in one main town CBS's but Michigan authorities in Buxton Maine are asking the public's help they're looking for feral pigs the Portland press Herald reports the federal government is asking communities in Maine and beyond to report sightings of feral pigs or escaped domesticated hogs the suspicious whiner actually a major invasive species problem around the country causing crop damage and routing property but Michigan CBS news when it comes to travel younger generations want advice and not just the virtual kind Travelport's new global digital research shows fifty percent of generation Y. in twenty five percent of generation Z. turned to travel advisors for recommendations that's compared to only eight percent of baby boomers as far as social media influence on travel the survey shows generation Z. favors Instagram when he to let CBS news if your call goes all the radios seven and one oh five point nine FM and WBBM newsradio dot com WBBM news time ten oh five it is Sunday December first good morning I'm Jennifer Kuiper we have thirty nine degrees in Chicago and we have some cloudy skies the temperatures falling today into the thirties our top local story on news radio WBBM one person is dead and five others wounded in a west suburban shooting Aurora police responded to a shots fired call around two thirty this morning after arriving at a home in the seven hundred block of south fifth street they found three people wounded one died in the conditions of the other two have stabilized a short time later two more people arrived at Copley hospital with a denture with gunshot wounds and they have also been stabilized an investigation is under way the Chicago police department has released its latest numbers on murders according to the department the thirty two murders reported last month fell from forty five reported the same time a year ago the drop marked the fewest murders on record for November in Chicago since twenty thirteen police say seven of Chicago's twenty two police districts the central went worth Harrison Shakespeare Albany park near north Lincoln districts had no reported murders last month police also say overall violent crime including murders robberies burglaries thefts and vehicle theft down by eleven percent last month compared to the same month in twenty eighteen supporters of Riley water came out to a benefit concert last night for the young musician as he recovers from being shot after a bank robbery WBBM Nancy hardy reports Wilder's band monarchy over Monday was supposed to play the concert martyrs in the north center neighborhood but as the fifteen year old recovers from being shot by police as they pursued a bank robbery suspect last month other bands stepped in Caitlyn Cywinski is the drummer for a band that's grown up with Wilder and she told CBS to how he's doing.

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"copley hospital" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:07 min | 9 months ago

"copley hospital" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Nonetheless it received widespread critical acclaim for vocals and lyrical content it also topped the charts in many of the countries in which was released IBM news time eleven twenty eight Hey a one hundred twenty eight million dollar plan to redevelop the former Copley hospital campus in Aurora it's gotten approval from the city council there mayor Richard Evans as the plan would convert the former Copley site which close twenty five years ago into a mix of residential educational and health care uses Aurora will provide the least nine million dollars in incentives for the project which German calls a good investment in the suburbs feature is a war worth it is the city's investment in this project worth it now they'll be hundreds of union jobs for the next few years during construction they'll be hundreds of permanent jobs Irvin says the project could be the largest investment ever in or roar as he sighed and WBBM news time now eleven twenty eight and we have traffic and weather a once again there's meal theory no no more concerns on the evenings or the Kennedy expressways tonight the here extension looks good heading out of the Eisenhower a breeze sixteen the Mannheim twenty nine to route three ninety the same travel time and bomb on the Stevenson a twenty minute ride to the tri state and thirty out to the veterans tollway a thirty minute ride in from three fifty five as well the opposite side of the Rhine is heavy with overnight construction close in the right lane from sixty third to pass the sky way you're looking at eighteen minutes from downtown the ninety fifth also the exit to seventy first walked until five tomorrow morning for overnight work fifty seven looks good either way so reservation Ford lakeshore drive is nice and quiet on the toll ways they all look pretty good all five of them the tristate The Addams the Reagan the veterans and route three ninety also route fifty three is in good shape no troubles along I eighty three Joliet or eighty ninety four through northwest Indiana the traffic and weather together on the H. every ten minutes on newsradio seven eighty model five point out of cloudy and cold overnight chance of light snow all along twenty one degrees for tomorrow partly sunny afternoon.

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"copley hospital" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

04:20 min | 9 months ago

"copley hospital" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Fly during the first hearing in the impeachment enquiring to president trump details ahead from CBS news a woman is hospitalized following an accident involving a police car talks to bring a casino in Chicago and this is Jim got us a plan to redevelop the long closed former Copley hospital campus in Aurora now has city approval WBBM sports this is Dave Kerner hockey Vegas leads the Blackhawks two to one in the first period college basketball ball state over you I see sixty seven forty eight north westerlies Providence forty eight to thirty one in the second half college football northern Illinois leads to lead twenty eight to seven in the third quarter WBBM business the Dow Jones finishes up ninety two points the nasdaq down four points the S. and P. five hundred up two points right now cloudy skies and here twenty six degrees along the lake front twenty seven at nine thirty one CBS news update public hearings got underway in the house and petering Corey with testimony from two career diplomats who have served presidents in both political parties appear to be two channels of US policy making and implementation one regular and one highly irregular that's acting US ambassador to Ukraine bill Taylor the other career diplomat in front of cameras and microphones today George can't what Republican Rep Michael Turner says their testimony should be null and void the man that neither one of you had any contact with your the first up witnesses I think I just find that'll mazing that that that the first stop would be to people who have never had any contact with the president himself CBS news political analyst Leonard Stein horn the Republican narrative the space that the president was simply doing his job Democrats have been fishing for evidence from peach him since the day he took office and that this is another example of how they were out to get president trump CBS news up date on that Piper WBBM news time nine thirty two a woman has been critically injured after Chicago police officer rolled over her leg this evening in the south shore neighborhood police say officers were talking to the thirty four year old woman just after six PM on east seventy first in your Jeffrey when officers pulled away the woman's right leg got stuck under the passenger side of the officer's car the woman was taken to the university of Chicago Medical Center with injuries to her right leg and head some Chicago alderman today proposed a lobbying ban for the city council the sun times reports the ordinance would prohibit alderman from lobbying state and local government in their counterparts at those other levels will be barred from doing the same at city hall alderman Maddow Shea who introduced the proposed lobbying ban said is in response to multiple ethical scandals across the state and multiple levels of government Lightfoot's wish list of changes to the state's new casino legislation is more uncertain than ever one day after her visit with lawmakers in Springfield Senate president says this is stalled in the house unless that changes there won't be time to get it done this week but there has been discussion senator Terry link urged his colleagues to support the bill yes when we projected the original we look there are thirty three and a third percent tax on them which probably was a little more generous than what could be feasible for them but I think the most important part is is to get these casinos in operation a senator from Rockford is upset more money for Chicago would mean less for the infrastructure billable Mike said at least you're getting a casino the one in Chicago may not happen at the Illinois capitol Dave doll newsradio one oh five point nine FM the Aurora city council has unanimously approved a plan to convert the former Copley hospital campus into a mixed use project W. B. B. M.'s Jim goddess reports Aurora mayor Richard Irvine praise the one hundred twenty eight million dollar plan to build residential units including senior living school facilities parks and health care facilities on the former Copley site which closed in nineteen ninety four Irvin says incentives of at least nine million dollars provided by the city are worth the investment this deal is been through the ringer more times than I can count then sent back again simply for good measure Irvin says the project will create hundreds of jobs during construction in hundreds of permanent jobs afterward he also says it could be the largest investment ever on a rosy side you're Goodis newsradio one oh five point nine FM cook county judge denied bond today for displaying the man accused of killing his father earlier this week displays police.

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"copley hospital" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:54 min | 9 months ago

"copley hospital" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Six degrees WBBM news time eight twenty our top story this hour day one of the public testimony in the impeachment enquiring as wrapped up the ranking members of the intelligence committee Republican Devin Nunez of California summed up what the Enquirer is lacking in his closing statement hopefully it will allow us to bring the whistle blower the folks that he spoke to and also numerous democratic operatives who worked with Ukraine to meddle in the election who have much more on this story coming up at eight thirty one a one hundred twenty eight million dollar plan to redevelop the former Copley hospital campus in Aurora has received unanimous approval from Aurora city council mayor Richard Irvin says the plan would convert the former Copley site which close twenty five years ago into a mix of residential educational and health care uses a war will provide at least nine million dollars in incentives for the project which Irving calls a good investment in the suburbs future is the wrong word is the city's investment in this project worth it now they'll be hundreds of union jobs for the next few years during construction they'll be hundreds of permanent jobs Irvin says the project could be the largest investment ever in Aurora east side WBBM news time eight twenty one the news is sponsored by lakeside bank in Illinois congressman wants measure to take over control of train operations at Union Station from Amtrak Democrat damn the Penske after the turnover of operations during the committee hearing today the Tribune reports with Penske points to a service outage the delay tens of thousands of commuters earlier this year along with problems with falling concrete as the reason for his call for metric to take over Union Station operations coming up Bloomberg business WBBM news time eight twenty one this thanksgiving think outside the event with a brand new grill from the ace thanks grilling event this Saturday November.

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"copley hospital" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

05:05 min | 9 months ago

"copley hospital" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"The United States around the world have you ever seen another example of foreign aid conditioned on the personal or political interests of the president of the United States no Mister Logan of not CBS news political consultant Leonard starling horn the Republican narrative this base that the president was simply doing his job Democrats been fishing for evidence to impeach him since the day he took office and that this is another example of how they were out to get president trump the president said he didn't watch a minute of the hearing CBS news update on Pam Coulter double to be able to use time five thirty to Chicago teachers are slated to start voting tomorrow on their tentative contract agreement reached with the board of education held should come by Friday afternoon C. T. U. spokeswoman says that's after teachers cast secret ballots in their schools and the seal boxes are tallied at the union's headquarters on the west side two and the eleven day strike the house of delegates already approved the agreement by a vote of three hundred and sixty four to two hundred and forty two but it takes a ratification vote of all of the roughly twenty five thousand see to you members to officially ended the strike if that happens the board of education would likely adopt the new five year contract at its meeting next Wednesday Nancy hardy news radio one oh five point nine FM their licenses the ride sharing company uber has been offering money to African American ministers to help fight her administration's proposal for congestion tax something over to dis the mayor says raising the fee for a single pass you to ride sharing is a valid way to address congestion in the downtown area look at him the explosion of new cars that are in the downtown area that that is driven largely if not exclusively by ride share and we have to address that issue smoke rises over so the mayor's claim of a fifty four million dollar pay off the black ministers is inaccurate once in the back of the yards neighborhood are asking Catholic charities to reconsider shutting down three child development centers because they say closing down in the middle of the school year leaves families in the lurch very grateful for them providing the services but at the end of daylight the notice they gave us it was not enough time movie on the cell so is the mother of a three year old girl who's in the head start program at Saint Joseph at forty eight then Pauline a run by Catholic charities she and other parents were told two and a half weeks ago the Catholic charities didn't have the money to continue programs at three centers in the back of the yards area of people that were managing their money should have known that from the beginning of the school year and they should have told us there was no more wanting to finish the school year at the beginning of the school year so parents could have made other arrangements for their children it's also says now nearby child centers are mostly full Steve Miller news radio one oh five point nine FM Catholic charities says is working with the city of Chicago and other providers to facilitate the transition for impacted families a unanimous vote by members of the Aurora city council clears the way for developers to convert the former Copley hospital campus into a mixed use project Aurora mayor Richard Irvine praise the one hundred twenty eight million dollar plan to build residential units including senior living school facilities parks and health care facilities on the former Copley site which closed in nineteen ninety four Irvin says incentives of at least nine million dollars provided by the city are worth the investment this deal is been through the ringer more times than I can count then send back again simply for good measure Irvin says the project will create hundreds of jobs during construction in hundreds of permanent jobs afterward he also says it could be the largest investment ever on a rosy side you're Goodis newsradio one oh five point nine FM WBBM news time five thirty five federal reserve chairman Jerome Powell says he expects the US economy to continue growing at a solid pace looking ahead my colleagues and I see a sustained expansion of economic activity a strong labor market and inflation near our symmetric two percent objective as most likely Powell also says the fed is likely to keep its benchmark short term interest rate unchanged in the coming months unless the economy slows house work today at the joint economic committee on the economic outlook well California regulators want to shed light on the power blackouts or viewed hundreds of thousands of Californians last the California public utilities commission will decide whether to open an official investigation into the public safety power shut offs that plunged nearly two and a half million Californians into the dark PGD has insisted the outages help to prevent additional wild fires but they have hurt businesses and angered some residents governor Gavin Newsom has blamed what happened on climate change and corporate greed it's about focusing on shareholders in dividends over you and members of the public Newsome has threatened to turn the utility into a customer owned cooperative run by the state unless significant changes are made Matt Bigler for CBS news San Francisco and a Colorado arena security guard told a woman to remove her job before she could enter to see her eight year old daughter sing the national anthem with your school choir at a Denver Nuggets basketball game last week the woman explained the scar for for her religious purposes you said the guard replied that she didn't care after speaking with the supervisor the guard ushered her inside a Muslim civil rights groups not protesting the.

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"copley hospital" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"copley hospital" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Thief dead and another man seriously injured it was about three AM when the Kendall county sheriff's office says a call came in that a twenty oh five Pontiac vibe that just been stolen and when the description was broadcast in us we go police officer spotted the car pulling into a driveway the driver took off the sheriff's office says handed says the officer did not pursue it was a short time later when there was a high speed head on collision on Harvey road near Wall throat the driver of the stolen Pontiac was dead at the scene the other driver a fifty year old man from shore what was taken in serious condition to rush Copley hospital my Krauser newsradio one oh five point nine FM well Monday marks the twenty fifth anniversary of a notorious death of Yummy sandifur in Chicago eleven year old was planning to turn himself in for the murder his fourteen year old neighbor chiffon dean was a bystander as Yummy Sandiford shot to teens in Roseland police found his body with two gunshot wounds in the back of the head by members of his own gang former cook county public guardian Patrick Murphy tells the Tribune there are lots of Yummy Sandifer's out there today being used by gangs to do their dirty work he was one of nine hundred and thirty people killed in Chicago in nineteen ninety four a significant increase from last year's five hundred and sixty five homicides ANSI hearty these radio one oh five point nine FM police are investigating an overnight shooting in the Lockport area that initially left a fifty two year old Chicago woman in critical condition will county sheriff's deputies say they found the woman on the ground in the backyard of a home in the two hundred block of Riverview in Lockport township the woman's condition has stabilized no one is in custody traffic and weather coming up to me again this time three oh seven you shouldn't go to Barnes and noble and buy ten thousand books just so you can build a book fortress and yell out.

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"copley hospital" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"copley hospital" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"For Keith Johnson I'm Jim good and I'm Lisa fielding here the top stories on newsradio WBBM plan designed to keep teachers on the job gets final approval and it'll mean more money in their pockets always say a person pulled from like Michigan off thirty first St beach has died this is Jennifer Kuiper big plans for a big west suburban campus that has been vacant for years and new steps to hang up on robo calls for good WBBM sport this is George often come shut out the giants won the nothing socks get the Rangers tonight on the south side Xander sharply leads the tour championship WBBM business a lot of movement on Wall Street but a split finish the Dow up fifty the nasdaq down twenty nine I'm Joan Doniger at Bloomberg as Lisa said it's gorgeous we're gonna have beautiful partly sunny skies for the next few days leading up to a high this afternoon of seventy eight this portion of the news sponsored by spot hero WBBM news time for thirty one topping our news this half hour is the pay raise on the way for thousands of teachers and Illinois governor prints for today signed into law a bill that raises the minimum annual salary for teachers as a way to reverse the trend of teacher turnover with more WBBM Dave doll second year teacher Bentley stored makes about thirty four thousand dollars it says this new law will help I grew up in Jacksonville and I graduated from Jackson high school and after college I came back to Jacksonville to teach and to raise my own family this law gives me hope it shows me that Illinois ins respect educators and the work that we do for our students and our own communities the governor says it's actually a funded mandate owing to the extra money the states now giving local districts at the Illinois capitol Dave doll news radio one oh five point nine FM man died this afternoon after diving into Lake Michigan to help a woman near thirty first St beach police say the woman was swept into the lake while standing on a break wall and the man jumped in after her crews pulled both from the water she declined medical attention but the man later died at a hospital accu weather says a beach hazards warning is in effect along the Illinois and Indiana Lake Michigan shore lines until tomorrow evening or three to six foot waves are causing dangerous rip currents west suburban developers say they're getting closer to turning a rundown location into an area that again becomes useful were a campus where Copley hospital used to be went dark years ago now a group of local investors says as best as another toxins have been removed from the several buildings on the site clearing the way for bringing the area back to life Michael polychaete is a fox valley developers LLC tells WBBM the plan is to make it a mixed use site with senior housing and in the nineteen seventies era building a small health care center on the lower two levels and the upper floors are your mark for residents for adults with cognitive and developmental disabilities that have will support me let's see this on what's next the city needs to review all the documentation and have their independent auditor's review everything once that's completed which we believe will be done in short order then we move towards the next step which is presenting our redevelopment proposal to city council developers are hoping that happens by late October Jennifer Kuiper newsradio one oh five point nine FM in that our suburbs the Lake County sheriff's departments getting a lot of attention about a social media video intended to call attention to Scott's law the video is not dramatic just twenty two seconds of a Lake County sheriff's deputy's squad car on the side of route forty one after he stopped to help some teenagers whose car broke down he shot the of passing.

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"copley hospital" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

15:50 min | 1 year ago

"copley hospital" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

"From radio vermont it's the dave graham show on w._d. It's your show about the people places and the issues that matter the most to you now. Here's your host dave graham good morning. Vermont did is thursday august eighth. Two thousand nineteen and we are so glad to have you listening listening to our program this morning. We're gonna have an interesting show. I think i'm going to hand it off to a guest host <hes> the first half hour of the program this morning our our good friend. Jack lyons the summer internet w._d. E._v. He's been doing a really excellent job here and we decided just to hand him the controls for the next half hour or so he's going to be <hes>. I'll i'll let him introduces guest and <hes> we'll have a good conversation. <hes> there and then later on i'll be coming back in taking over the mike in and i'll be interviewing colonel david smith of the vermont national guard <hes> he's going to be i think talking with us to try to allay some of the concerns we heard about last week <hes> interview you about the f thirty five coming to the vermont national guard base at the burlington international airport and <hes> he <hes> the guard it has wanted a chance to reply some of the criticisms raised about noise about <hes> the possibility that some of these planes may be <hes> armed with nuclear weapons et cetera and <hes> so we'll be hearing from colonel smith in part of this hour <hes> later on believe. We're going to be opening the phones and letting some listeners weigh in on whatever topics are on your mind out there folks course. You're always welcome to call the program. <hes> so nice is easier to take the calls and others because we just have an open phone line etcetera two four four one seven seven seven is the local number here in waterbury one eight seven seven to nine one eight a two five five and with that. I'm gonna hand it off to my good friend. Jack lyons a student at notre dame university. He's from south burlington and he is doing an excellent the job force here as a summer intern w._d. Take it away jack. Well thanks dave our first guest. Today is jeff tieman. He's the president and ceo of the vermont association of hospitals and health systems there in advocacy advocacy group dedicated to representing the state's nonprofit hospitals and we're going to talk to him today about the future of rural hospitals in vermont jeff are you there. I am all right good morning. Good morning. Thanks for having me on so i guess no problem so i i guess our first question would be <hes> can rural hospitals in vermont survive over the for over the coming decades and what some of the changes that take place be to enable able that so i think i it's a great question and it really important one for our state and important jack. I think to acknowledge right off the top. That vermont is really entirely rural. <hes> we think of rural areas and less rural areas or urban areas like burlington but it's really hard in a small state like ours to even separate that out even the teaching hospital in burlington serves rural populations and is actively involved in coordinating care for people in rural areas throughout the state so and all or other hospitals are doing that as well so i think it's important to understand that that we really are <hes> a rural state and <hes> that rural hospitals and all of dr hospitals across the state are vital in their communities <hes> not just as caregivers but also as a big employers often the largest employer in community and as community builders in the work. They're doing <hes> in what we call community benefit and health reform to try to reduce the cost of care and make it better for the patient all of that said real hospitals face big challenges as you probably know <hes> not just here in vermont but across the country we've seen rural royal hospital closures <hes> throughout the country in the past several years <hes> and there's a lot of reasons that happens but certainly cause for concern and the reason reason that we have our our i carefully on this. You know there's even a a task force that was created by the legislature to look into the future of real healthcare in vermont where represented on that task force as are all of the other major stakeholders in our state so this is a conversation that's well underway sure and you mentioned that all hospitals in vermont are auroral hospitals just because our state is in very populated but <hes> what is what is the difference in the challenges that are seen at a small hospital like copley hospital in mooresville bill and the challenges that are seen at medical center in burlington yeah so another good question and when we looked into when we did some research into what can can happen with small rural hospitals understand <hes> particularly in other parts of the country 'cause we haven't had as many closures here in vermont or new england thankfully but in trying to understand dan what can what can precipitate financial problems or or even something as severe as closure. There's a lot of factors that are unique to two smaller. Rural hospitals goes up rating in smaller communities for example <hes> they tend to have <hes> a lot more people on medicare and medicaid and we know that those public payers there's <hes> for hospitals just do not reimbursed at the same level and so hospitals literally receive less income to take care of those patients and that becomes a part of the financial mantra problem. These hospitals are often <hes> typically operating on razor thin margins. That's certainly true here in vermont either either razor thin margins or or as we have right now many with negative margins they face declining volume as population shifts to the city and and in vermont. We have <hes> <hes> an aging population. I think we're second or third in the nation <hes> as far as <hes> the the age of our population <hes> and then i think we're all hospitals are also managing aging the challenges <hes> that are not necessarily unique to rural areas but but can be even more difficult to manage in those places like opioid addiction and and reaching reaching out beyond the hospital walls to to make sure people are healthy. You spoke about razor thin margins at hospitals and i think that <hes> segues well into the conversation about rate rate hikes. <hes> a lot of the hospitals are feeling some pressure from the green mountain care board not to increase their rates a lot but at the same time they're dealing with those razor thin margins you just talk about <hes> how that how that <hes> bargaining works between the green mountain care board in hospitals sure i think i i would point out as you as you did at the top of the show so that we are a nonprofit system so i think we just need to always remember that when we talk about margins those are not profit margins but those are the margins funds that enabled the hospital to do things like reinvest facilities and equipment make sure they're always providing the most modern cutting edge care <hes> and that and that they are also also as i said <hes> available to the community that said i think i think jack that are hospitals are proposing budgets to the green mountain care board for twenty twenty the they are proposing the budgets they need to continue meeting patient need and and to continue serving their communities in an effective way while also making sure they are financially healthy and sustainable for the long term so that they can always be there for those communities so the the process with the green mountain care board is for those hospitals for all of our hospitals to to present their proposed budget for next year and to have a dialogue with green mountain care board about why the rates they've asked ask for are necessary to do what i just said to make sure they continue to serve patients effectively be there for their communities and know that there's a sustainable plan for the future sure so. I think you're going to hear that dialogue. Take place with the green mountain care board and and hopefully our hospitals will be able to convey kind of the full set of of challenges changes that they face <hes> from the reimbursement issues. I mentioned with medicare and medicaid <hes> to significant workforce challenges across our state <hes> that make <hes> healthcare both a little more expensive and and challenging to deliver because we don't always have the right people in the right places and can't fill so many open in slots <hes> and also at the same time well hospitals are managing those challenges. They're trying very hard to to stay focused on health reform here you're in vermont which is really to make healthcare better for the patient by focusing on wellness instead of illness and trying to move from a system that now pays for the number of procedures and office visits and and and all of that to assist him that really pays for quality outcomes and and wellness and so i think in trying to do all of those things at once <hes> and keep rates low is is the constant challenge and i think our hospitals have struck the best possible balance they can and you'll not that play out during the budget hearing later this month how much as we're looking forward to these these budget hearings. How much of a dialogue is that. I mean is is there a certain number that <hes> you know the green mountain care board is is not going to allow or is there a certain number that the hospital's not going to go the low. You know what how does that dialogue walk work well. The the agreement and care boy does set in their what they call budget guidance <hes> set a rate for the growth of net patient revenue <hes> and and the hospitals then propose what they think they need for their for their coming budget and those differences or if there is a difference between what the green mountain care board expect and and what <hes> what the hospital <hes> is proposing than than that does become a discussion as part of the hearing so that the hospital hospital has an opportunity to explain the factors that are involved <hes> and to try to persuade the green mountain care boy that the budget they're proposing the one that's really needed <hes> <hes> to to ensure the future of their organization and <hes> and and be able to serve patients the way they want to and what is when we're talking about rate increases. What is a significant rate increase well. I think you know i would probably rather than try to get into numbers. I think we should all acknowledge. That healthcare is expensive. <hes> there's there's no two ways about that and whether we're talking about insurance premiums or <hes> <hes> rate increases that that hospitals <hes> are looking at or we're talking about the cost of pharmaceuticals and supplies all of the stakeholders in our system have a role to play <hes> in in trying to make the system or affordable and i think vermont <hes> yes we are encountering rate increases. <hes> <hes> that you know premiums are expensive for people and that is a challenge. We're all trying to manage together. I think in vermont we're doing that in a way that's <hes> <hes> incredibly compelling and may not produce all the results we want tomorrow but is definitely the direction that the country <hes> that both parties believe we need to move in to to really again focus on keeping people well <hes> addressing the social determinants of health like housing and food security and other things that keep people healthy in the first place and then doing a better job jack on also managing chronic conditions once people are sick. There's a lot of technology and <hes> new patient physician outreach. That's made possible by the work. We're doing here. <hes> to keep people healthier theory prevent emergency room visits all of those things eventually reduced costs while also just making life better for the patients we serve so <hes> you spoken about a wellness as opposed to treating wellness as opposed to illness and more sustainable long-term care provided by hospitals. I <hes> <hes> spoke yesterday with senator richard westman <hes> we try to get him off of the segment. Unfortunately he had a prior commitment but i got some good background information from him. He's a message board member at copley hospital and mooresville and he's also <hes> as a senator on the health and welfare committee and <hes> he spoke about some the things copley hospital has done recently to <hes> to to promote what you're saying that uh a stable long-term wellness care <hes> he talked about community health initiatives serves and also they've <hes> they've now started doing orthopedic surgery. They invested you know in the short term some money on on getting the infrastructure to do orthopedic surgery and they're hoping that by by offering that they can they can <hes> you know bring more patients in the door and help them do that and and stay open. What other initiatives have you seen throughout the state <hes> like that that are focusing on sustainable long term care and how essential are these two to keeping serving rural hospitals open so i think you're seeing a lot of initiatives from one like the one like those you just described to <hes> across our are hospitals. You're seeing a huge focus on expense management and always doing everything possible to to minimize expenses to join purchasing coalitions nations that can bring down the cost of supplies equipment..

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"copley hospital" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"copley hospital" Discussed on WGN Radio

"So I stayed in gateway, and I was doing while I was using the heroin ended up my daughter and about three days after I had her. She was in the Nick, you for John does. I got a call from the physician and she said your daughter's gone into full bone acute opium draw. And I knew that that was a possibility but I was hoping because we were going on day, number two and three, maybe that we had gotten lucky somehow, but that was not the case. She was in the NICU Copley hospital in a rural for thirty five days and the way that they wing babies off of heroin with morphine, you know, and she went to draw. It was very difficult to watch knowing that I had done that to her, you know, and the family around feeling the same way and usually something like that based on my past track record is that would have been a reason for me to say, I'm gonna go get high because I don't like how I feel and everybody's mad at me and something was changing me at that time. I didn't like what was happening. What's what's done was done? There was nothing. I could do about it. What am I going to do from here? I now to make things right. And to be a better person and get through this, does it suck. Absolutely. It is what it is. It's important you mentioned you know, everybody's mad at you and everybody's angry. How about you angry at yourself? Yeah. I think anger, too, but I just was getting to the point where I'm like, what is the matter with me? Why do I keep doing this? I didn't I just didn't understand. I didn't want to hurt people I didn't want to run my life into the ground. I didn't wanna let my mom and dad down. They didn't raise me that way. What is the matter with me? In NASCAR kind of when I was like, I can't do this on my own, I need some how long have you been clean coming up on five years this July in the beginning? It was definitely harder in the beginning. It is now it was very, very difficult. Anybody that says that it's, it's not that as the lie almost probably one of the hardest things that I ever had to do. I was literally relearning my life, all over and how to live life on life's terms, you know, normally, like quote unquote, normal people do my go-to for so long was, was to put something in my system. And I, I had to walk through that process. Talk about some real issues that were going on in going on for years. You know, but treatment is going to end someday that, you know, that is the, the things. So what was I going to do actor, I left treatment because I had no problem. Staying sober jail or staying over an impatient. You know, the, the problem was, I couldn't maintain sobriety, once, you know, I was out in the quote unquote, real world. So I needed to figure something out and get some sort of support network to people that had what I wanted people that have been through. I had been through that could show me how to live my life sober. And that, that gave me hope and I held onto those people for dear life. I still do today. That's what my social life consists of today. I'm not easy. Definitely learning experiences on, but it's worth it. When you see yourself at the pointer. At now where you are five years clean. Does the light at the end of the tunnel is it brighter or are you continually and fear may not be the right word, but in fear of relapse? That's not today if I continue to do what I've been doing for the last five years, I'm gonna be okay, because it's been working. Did drugs and alcohol scare me? Absolutely. I I been taught. And I understand who I am. And what I am today. I don't have the luxury of going in hanging out after a Friday night at the bar and having one drink. That is not how works for me. So that thought of just one at petrified. I run from it, but it's not a constant battle today. I'm not fighting it constantly like I wasn't very beginning in the beginning. It was I can't use because this will happen now I don't wanna use today. I'm okay with who I am? I feel okay in my skin today, you know, I don't have to be feeling perfect all the time that is not realistic, but yeah, I definitely the light is..

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"copley hospital" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

06:25 min | 1 year ago

"copley hospital" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Okay. So they've been talking to the superintendent in Aurora Illinois with several schools on lockdown that we assume will be lifted shortly. Once the police are sure that the area is secure. They've kept the industrial park where the Henry Pratt corporation is on you know, his on lockdown. They've kept that lockdown in place, even though the shooter has been apprehended, according to the city of Aurora all of this has unfolded in the last hour or so a shooting what the city initially called an active shooter it drew a large. Contingent of officers from the city from King County, the FBI the ATF the US marshals service and the shooter has now been pretended. According to the city what we are still not clear on is the severity of the injuries. If there are any we do know that the local paper, the daily herald has said four police officers and multiple civilians have been injured, and we have heard from one of the eye witnesses who works in the Henry Pratt company that he recognized according to his account he recognized the shooter as a co worker said he was armed with a pistol has been shooting everybody. He also said that perhaps this man he believed was about to be fired. We'll wait for the authorities to to to confirm that we have just heard that the rush Copley hospital in Aurora has received two patients they're being treated for non-life threatening injuries earlier, we heard the Amita. Health mercy medical center in Aurora has received several patients they're prepared to receive more. So Steve Gomez, formerly of the FBI now and ABC news contributor. It does appear that there are at least a handful of of confirmed injuries. Yes. And and you know, by from what we can tell you know, what that witness said described. It was an employee we recognized and even though it's speculative as to whether he was going to be fired or not. That that kind of indicate that this is some form of workplace violence. That'll be part of the investigation trying to figure out what the true motive was for this suspect. But it's just unfortunate. We've seen so many workplace violence situations out there in the private sector as a security consultant, I dealing with this all the time where employers and employees you get concerned about some people. Sometimes if everybody has different ways of coping this individual clearly chose this route. And it's very sad. We're also joined by Robert Boyce, the retired chief of detectives at the NYPD. Now ABC news contributor chief. It's over the shooter has been apprehended. That's the good news. We don't know the rest. Sure, the investigation is also just just really getting kick-started. Now, the witness was able to frame this a little better than what we knew it looks like a singular shooter at some point with a handgun and a penalty he had some kind of issue with with workers there. So right now, we have a lot more. He's apprehended. So it would it would appear that at some point. There was dialogue and maybe a barricade situation. They finally talked him out. So that's that's what it looks like right now the the amount of victims. We don't know right now the trauma centers in the area. They'll be they'll be on alert more anyone else going of this because he was barricaded. He just colder up. Now, there could be other people in the house, but we'll see now we'll see in the next couple of minutes. Now, exactly if anybody else goes to the hospital, we're keeping an eye on the parking lot where the ambulances have stage to see whether they can whether they're going to be moving anybody. I mean chief you've dealt with countless workplace violence situations in the course of your career. This is. A sad reality of life in this country. Certainly is. I really don't know about your co worker on their capabilities of what what they have what kind of weapons they have. So this is a lot to be three talked about later. We've had the Mike investigators personally you just come back with such rage. And see how it is for whatever reason, you don't know the mental capacity of a person's you work with so real problem here on roar. It looks like you're frozen zone. More and more people don't now. So we'll see what happens if anybody else take out to the hospital, we expect that we would see more people come out, hopefully unhurt, well, we wait to see. We're looking at at a line of of ambulances staged near the spot where just moments ago swat officers where we're taking cover behind one of their trucks. So it does appear that are getting into position to take additional victims to the hospital, but we are waiting. To see there's a crowd of people. It's difficult to make out who precisely they are. But they it looks like a kind of a back entrance next to what looks like the loading dock of the Henry Pratt company where this shoot shooting unfolded within the last auto hour, hour and a half. Or so the the crowd of people seems to be going in there's a swat vehicle parked right at the door kind of glass double doors, a red frame around the windows, and those people are now entering the building with ambulances staged probably fifty yards or so behind them. So we wait to see whether those ambulances are actually going to take any patients area trauma centers have already confirmed to us here at ABC news that they do have several patients related to the shooting in Aurora, Illinois. But the conditions have not been confirmed other than to say. At least two of them have injuries that are not considered to be life threatening. But we are waiting for more information from the city of Aurora which says the shooter has now been apprehended. So there's a bit a bit of breathing room for thirties to go in now and see just how bad this was an Aaron Katersky. You're listening to live coverage from ABC news. Why don't we take a moment to go back to WLS our affiliate in Chicago to see what they're reporting did.

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"copley hospital" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"copley hospital" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"I'm Cisco Koto. These are the top stories on NewsRadio WBZ 'em. President Trump's former lawyer says he gave his loyalty to someone who doesn't deserve. It. The latest just ahead from CBS news. I'm Bob Roberts. Police and the FBI tried to determine who's responsible for pony Email bomb threats here and coast to coast. This is Bernie to foia Lockport high school is hoping to get back to normal today after a student to student attack and rumors of a gun on campus yesterday, WBZ sports. This is Dave Kerner. One more day of practice for the bears. Getting ready for the Packers Sunday at Soldier Field. Blackhawks have Winnipeg tonight at the United Center on Wall Street, the Dow is down three hundred and sixty five points at ten thirty one CBS news update directed me to make the payments. He directed me to become involved in these matters. Trump attorney Michael Cohen on. ABC's? Good Morning America says Mr. Trump knew what he was doing was wrong paying off women during the campaign. The main doesn't tell the truth, and it said, I should take responsibility for his dirty deed, Colin who got a three year prison term this week says he's done being loyal to President Trump. And he says he's version of events will hold up. There's a substantial amount of information that they possess that corroborates. The fact that I am telling the truth. Mr. Trump says Cohen is lying CBS's. Paula Reed says if the president's not truthful with what he's told the special counsel, there could be consequences that could potentially be referred to congress or possible impeachment. It's not a crime to lie on Twitter. It's not a crime to lie to reporters on Air Force One. It is a crime investigator. CBS news update, I'm Steve Kafer, WBZ news time, ten thirty two leaders of local and federal law enforcement say they'll track down every false bomb threat made across the country yesterday, including dozens in and around Chicago who didn't take south. Alton police sergeant Mike Doty long to determine that a threat to a small business on division street was part of a much larger hoax while we were on scene. We had learned that several hundred agencies and our immediate area had also received these types of emails, and we're responding out for a bomb threat as well at least reported threats to businesses in Rosemont us, we go Aurora and in much of dupage. Kane and KENDALL counties as did shepherd high school government offices in Naperville, Wheaton Geneva and Aurora rush Copley hospital and even an after school children's workshop and Chicago's northside. Chicago police reported widespread threats that appeared to be completely random Bob Roberts, NewsRadio on what I'll five point nine FM a vicious fight and whispers of a weapon on campus triggered an alert at a southwest suburban school yesterday during the code yellow Lockport high school students were kept in their classes as police searched a number of lockers following rumors. There was a gun in the school that came after one student had allegedly severely beaten another student. An ambulance took the injured student to a hospital. And according to the school the alleged attacker was arrested and charged with aggravated battery a principal at live Ford. High school says animosity had been brewing all week between two groups since a fight between two students last Thursday, burnings foia, NewsRadio one one zero five point nine FM. A suburban school district is clamping down on employee travel and expenses after some of them took an expensive trip. Yesterday. You Forty-six and Elgin wants to change its travel and reimbursement policy.

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"copley hospital" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"copley hospital" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"To determine who's responsible for phony E mail bomb threats here and coast to coast this is burning to foil Lockport high school is hoping to get back to normal today after a student to student attack and rumors of a gun on campus yesterday and legendary jazz singer Nancy Wilson has died. This is Dave Kerner bulls lose to the magic ninety seven ninety one in Mexico City. There's news concerning Jabari Parker more at forty five PM business. This is Len Walter with you the November retail sales up two tenths of a percent core. Retail sales surge in November temperature in Chicago now is thirty eight with fog, lots of it forty on the lake rot. WBZ news time seven thirty one and topping our news police and the FBI say Ville investigate every false bomb threats made nationwide yesterday, including dozens in the Chicago area. It didn't take south Elgin. Police sergeant Mike Doty long to determine that a threat to a small business division. Streep was part of a much larger hoax while we were on scene. We had learned that several other agencies and our immediate area had also received these types of emails, and we're responding out for a bomb threat as well as reported threats to businesses in Rosemont us, we go Aurora and in much of dupage Kane and KENDALL counties as did shepherd high school government offices in Naperville, Wheaton, Geneva, and. Aurora rush Copley hospital and even an after school children's workshop and Chicago's northside. Chicago police reported widespread threats that appeared to be completely random Bob Roberts, NewsRadio on what I'll five point nine FM Lockport high school was on alert yesterday after a fight and murmurs about a weapon on campus during the code yellow Lockport high school students were kept in their classes as police searched the number of lockers following rumors. There was a gun in the school that came after one student had allegedly severely beaten, another student an ambulance to the injured student to a hospital, and according to the school the alleged attacker was arrested and charged with aggravated battery a principal at Lockport high school says animosity had been brewing all week between two groups since a fight between two students last Thursday, Bernie foia NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. News time seven thirty to a late county coroner's inquest has concluded that the thirty two year old Park City man died of natural causes in September in the county jail. The inquest found that Edward Robinson the third died of natural causes brought on by hypothermia after urinating on himself on a cold floor in the jail he'd been found lethargic, but was left for more than two hours without medical attention. His mother has said she was initially told he committed suicide by hanging Robinson had been diagnosed with schizophrenia, his death prompted demotions to jail staff and investigation continues under the newly elected sheriff John idle Berg who has major concerns over the lack of medical attention. Mike Crausser NewsRadio on what? Oh, five point nine FM. The open enrollment period for health insurance coverage through the Affordable Care Act is Saturday at midnight. Doug O'Brien midwest regional director for the department of health and human services says if you're already signed up for a marketplace plan, you should be. Automatically renewed. However, what we recommend to people because your circumstances can change year-over-year. It's a good idea for everybody to go to healthcare dot gov or get covered Illinois dot gov. And do what we call a checkup of your insurance O'Brien notes and improve job market means more people have benefits and less need to get individual health plan on the page. I'm afraid. Massacre. Grammy winning singer Nancy Wilson often described as a song stylist has died in California following a long illness. He retired from touring and twenty eleven following a career that saw her record everything from American songbook standards to her and pop hit eight of her albums reached the top twenty of the billboard.

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"copley hospital" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"copley hospital" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Station. News Radio seven eighty and one point nine FM and WBZ NewsRadio dot com. WBZ news time four zero four. It's Thursday December thirteenth. Good afternoon. I'm Keith chances. Chris cradle, mostly cloudy this afternoon. Expect a little rain or drizzle and temperatures in the thirties and low forties overnight. The five day forecast is coming up. Our top local story the view from Chicago of a stir. You heard mullet's US news a wave of Email bomb threats in the Chicago area up here to be part of a nationwide hoax received a letter reports of threats in our newsroom WBZ's Bob Roberts alive with the end cadets for the update, fire engines and ambulances criss-crossed loop mid day sirens. Wailing check to threats even after police here in Chicago in the suburbs and beyond determined that the emails appear to be part of a massive Email hoax, south Elgin received one such threatened surgeon. Mike Doti said he had no choice, but to treat it as if it were really it is very taxing to our officers. Not to mention it is. Taxing businesses as well who has got to take these issues very serious as they get them for the protection of their workers, Chicago reported widespread threats that seem completely random others included shepherd high school near Pailos heights, a series of threats, and dupage Kane and KENDALL counties. The depiction King County government centers, the Aurora and Naperville city halls rush Copley hospital businesses and Rosemont wheeling and displays a credit union in Aurora and even an after school children's cetera in Chicago's northside Doty says south Elgin's threat demanded twenty thousand dollars payable in bitcoin. There are similar threats as you heard on CBS news coast to coast, but police say no matter the number of false reports if you get one to call them live at the anchor desk, Bob Roberts, NewsRadio on one point nine FM in northwest, Indiana this morning, small plane crash landed nose first killing one person on board the northwest Indiana times reports the plane crash before eleven o'clock between two runways at the porter county regional.

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"copley hospital" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"copley hospital" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"News radio seven hundred and one zero five point nine f._m. accuweather forecast to fair to partly cloudy this morning and later on today we'll have generally sunny skies and comfortable a high of seventy five degrees Temperature now is sixty five WBZ news time three twenty our top story celebration of Senator, John McCain's life, as a former prisoner of war and politician Andrews the second day with a church service and military salute before the casket. Departs is adopted state of Arizona for the US capital a motorcade with McCain's remains leaves this morning from the Arizona capitol, where he has been lying. Assayed so thousands of people could say goodbye national memorial events are planned in Washington for tomorrow and Saturday and CBS we'll have more at the bottom of the hour A deal has. Been reached to prepare the former Copley hospital, campus in, Aurora for redevelopment the Aurora city council. Has reached agreement with FOX valley developers LLC to remove. Environmental hazards and toxic debris from. The Copley campus the cost of the work estimated between twelve million and sixteen million dollars and once. It's done the developer would then qualify for up to three million dollar payment from the city the deal clears the way for redevelopment of the campus while preserving buildings on it the deal calls for getting input from neighbors and community. Members about future development plans Jim got us News Radio on one zero five point nine FM the state of Illinois reporting it's first to death this year from West Nile virus the death is in LaSalle county a person sixty. Five or older according to the Illinois department of public health and it spokeswoman Melanie Arnold individual became. Ill in the first part of August. Testing can take a while we've seen about twenty two cases of West. Nile virus throughout the state so far this year illnesses can range from a couple of weeks to even a little bit longer arnold says there were a total of eight deaths from west nile last year last year i death didn't occur until the end of september arnold says mosquitoes are still active until the first or second hard frost so people are advised to wear insect.

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"copley hospital" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"copley hospital" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"For, Keith. Johnson seventy one degrees cloudy skies we've got northeast winds at twelve miles an, hour at this hour AccuWeather says lows tonight in, the fifties. In the western suburbs sixties lakefront we have a few days ahead of us will tell you about it in the AccuWeather five day. Forecast in just a few minutes but first start top local story on NewsRadio WBZ m the fire department says the cause of that little village fire that killed. Ten, children is still not determined now officials have released more information about. What was. Found at the scene here's WB I'm Steve Miller on the. Second floor of the coach, house a smoke detector. Was found but fire department spokesman Larry. Langford says it was not working no smokers actually. Was heard. By arriving fire companies they will Interviewed no one hurt a detector so no noise was imitating from. The detector founded detector to. Be not, working Langford said if the smoke. Detector had. Been working the death count. Would have been lower or non existent he says the cause of, the. Fire is still undetermined and that the office of fire investigations is waiting for, an engineering analysis of an electrical device Lankford says, nothing up. To now has pointed toward anything that would make the fire's origin suspicious Steve Miller NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM health. Department is reporting the state's first Jeff this year from West Nile virus the person who died lived in LaSalle county and was more than sixty five years old. Spokesperson, Melanie Arnold says typically with a cooler wetter summer there are fewer. Cases of. West Nile for most of the state we have seen a. Little bit of a cooler, and a wetter summer. And we have not seen the number. Of cases although that could change if we start. To see Increased temperatures again and dry weather there could be those little. Stagnant pools of water in St., catch basins and the like. There were eight west now deaths in Illinois last year a deal has been reached to prepare the former Copley hospital campus in, Aurora for redevelopment the Aurora city council is reached agreement. With FOX valley developers LLC to remove environmental hazards and, toxic debris from the Copley campus the cost of the work estimated between twelve million and sixteen. Million dollars and once it's done the developer would then qualify for up to three million dollar. Payment from the city the deal, clears the, way for redevelopment of the campus while preserving buildings, on, it also calls for getting input. From neighbors and community members about future development plans Jim got us News Radio on one zero. Five point nine, FM WBZ news time seven oh, eight.

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"copley hospital" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"copley hospital" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"News time to twenty At our top story this hour the jury is now deliberating the case of a man charged with fatally shooting Chicago honor student idea Pendleton in two thousand, thirteen we'll have a live report from WBZ m.'s Bob Roberts that's coming. Up at two thirty one to Congo public, school officials are looking into a comment by. A high school principal, about, the student dress code when Melanie Beatty seventy or took over as principal of king college prep high school. She decided the dress code should be tighter than the official CPS code she. Said students should not dress provocatively yesterday school board meeting a parent complained about that the sun times says no tasha Erskine ask the board if eliminating provocative dress of young women is an effective deterrent to sexual assault CBS chief education officer latonya mcdade responded that is not part of the policy adding that officials are aware of the situation burnings foia. NewsRadio on one or five point nine FM the Aurora city council will vote next week at an agreement to get the former Copley Hospital property cleaned up the beacon news says the development agreement with FOX valley developers would. Include the city contributing as much as three million dollars toward the estimated overall cost of. About twelve million dollars to clean up the site the old hospital site has been the subject of several redevelopment plans all of which have fallen apart BBC news time to twenty two with the American, Academy of pediatrics I'm Dr Don Schifrin are agricultural department has strict nutrition. Standards for snack foods sold in schools snack, foods are not sold inside the cafeteria but. Are found in vending, machines, snack bars and school stores the government limits individual snack items to not containing more than two hundred calories. And only high schools are allowed to stock caffeinated drinks food in machines and. Snack bars must be low fat dairy products fruits and vegetables or contain whole grains no foods high in sugar sodium and fat are allowed these standards help ensure students have access to new Tristesse and. Healthy.

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