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Gary Ginsberg Talks About the Friendship Between Abraham Lincoln and Joshua Speed
"Actually shared a double bed for four years. But it was not uncommon back then for men to jump into bed together, particularly lawyers who were riding the circuit to do that, because let's be clear there weren't a lot of holiday ends back in Springfield, Illinois, in the 18 thirties. So betting was scarce and men would get into bed together without actually having any sexual relations, so they became extremely close Friends. For four years, and it plays out in the most crucial moment in January of 18 41 went after, as they say, the four years where they share every meal together. They share the bed. Together. They share their intimate secrets and fears and hopes and dreams. But in 18 41 Lincoln becomes depressed and he was prone to depression. He takes to his bed and speed ministers to him over the course of a month and at one point Lincoln and wants to kill himself. So speed takes away all of his sharp objects. It was only because of speeds intervention. Do we even know the name Abraham Lincoln today? But the real twist of this whole story is that they then basically speak goes back to Kentucky. Lincoln becomes, as we all know. Famous lawyer becomes a congressman. And then in the 18 fifties, becomes a candidate for the Senate, and his views on slavery are evolving in the 18 fifties at the same time, that speed is the most successful businessman in Kentucky and also his slave owner. And they've grown apart for a pet 18 forties over some disputes over unpaid legal bills. But 18 fifties they start cook corresponding on the issue of slavery, and Lincoln bares his soul about How he is just tortured by the institution of it and and speed defend. It defends the institution and they have a very honest debate in these letters.
Illinois Democrats Set to OK New Legislative Maps Over Criticism
"Illinois Democrats convening a special session to redraw legislative maps they drew back in May. Now they're incorporating US Census data provided in August. The hope is to head off legal challenges by Republicans Capital Bureau chief Mark Maxwell in Springfield. This latest move is the most glaring evidence yet. The Democrats muscled the first map through just to meet that deadline, and now they're muscling a second real map through if you will to cover their tracks and button up the parts of that first map that could have been shot down in the courts. Republicans argue it's after June 30th that constitutional deadline and by still drawing these maps, it means it should go to a bipartisan commission. Republicans filed federal lawsuits over the first maps.
An Interview With Author Christine Leunens
"Lunes is a wonderful author. Who's two thousand eight. Caging skies was the nucleus of joe. Joe rabbit very excited to have christine in the podcast today. Christine welcome. thank you tarik so off air. We started talking a little bit about hartford because this is for those listening where christine was born. And obviously we've been listening to the podcast. I live in western massachusetts about thirty minutes away. So how long were you in hartford. Four christine so about three and a half years. So i guess the very vital first years and then we need to. We went then after to massachusetts springfield and west springfield massachusetts. Okay so you went from hartford to springfield. And how holidays you spend in springfield christine. Listen i think. I was seven years old when then we went down to florida and then from florida i went to university and then as a teenager. I went to paris in my younger years. I did go stock because my mother was italian italian-born and my father was belgian and so as a teenager. I was just very interested to go back to europe and discovered the family the family in belgium the family in italy Yes and that makes a lot of sense. Let me ask you so. I want to get into your move in pairs and the second in your your education you move to paris as a teenager and i know that i hope i have this correct. You have a very close reporting relationship with your grandfather. Is that correct christine. Yes that is so he was. He was living himself in paris at the time so he was belgian born but living in paris since over thirty years when i was there so it was quite exciting because he was painter and he did sculpture to and we used to go to museums and we used to discuss art poetry and it was just very exciting to be there and discuss architecture and in fact he was the one who told me. I'm going to be a writer one day and i didn't even believe it was
Springfield Mayor Says Society Being "Hurt" by COVID Misinformation
"Cases of the delta variant of Covid 19 are surging. I think we're seeing a lot spread through social media is people are talking about Fears which they have health related fears what it might do to them later on in their lives, what might be contained in the vaccinations and that information is just incorrect, and I think we as a society and certainly in our community or being hurt by it. Springfield, Missouri Mayor Ken McClure on CBS's face the
Illinois Man Arrested for Abducting 13-Year-Old Girl in Georgia
"Registered sex offender is behind bars in Springfield after Before driving to Georgia to pick her up and bring her to his home in Springfield. Here's deputy chief of Springfield police Josh Stunkel, definitely a danger. If your Children are communicating via the Internet and social media apps, you know, make sure that they are aware of who they're talking to that they're not providing, um specific information, such as their name and their address things that would put them in danger. Spain is in custody and the Cinnamon county jail. Prosecutors reviewing evidence before filing
Missouri Governor: Health Officials Play COVID-19 Blame Game
"Missouri's governor speaking out against health officials who he says are trying to scare people into getting vaccinated against Kobe at nineteen hospital and health officials in parts of southwest Missouri including Springfield had been warning that a spike in coping cases is putting a strain on hospitals due to the delta variant rapidly spreading among unvaccinated residents but governor Mike parson is suggesting that they're trying to find someone to blame and want to scare people into getting vaccinated last week the mercy health system announced that employees at its forty plus hospitals would have to be vaccinated by late September to be allowed to work governor Parsons says they shouldn't resort to trying to force people to take a vaccine or literally just scare them he's also accusing some of manipulating vaccine numbers to make it sound worse than it really is hi Jackie Quinn
Missouri Mayor Who Required Masks Faces Recall Vote
"A mayor in southwest Missouri who imposed a facemask requirement during the height of the pandemic is now facing a recall vote the mask mandate was imposed last October and lifted in April but nixes mayor Brian Steele might still face voter outrage in November the Springfield news ledger reports there are enough petition signatures to force a recall vote November second the petition claim Steele took actions detrimental to the city it's a kind of me and the health and welfare of the community in general by having them wear masks during a pandemic Nix is about ten miles south of Springfield where hospitals are again overflowing with Kobe patients that's because of the delta variant and low vaccination rates I'm Jackie Quinn
COVID-19 Cases Grow in Hard-Hit Area of Missouri
"There's been another increase in the number of hospitalized code nineteen patients in Springfield Missouri coronavirus immunization rates are low in Springfield Missouri and the number of patients hospitalized increased about twenty seven percent over the long holiday weekend to over two hundred there was a shortage of ventilators report it in a public plea for help from respiratory therapists the Springfield area leads the nation with the most new code cases linked to the highly contagious delta variant the head of mercy Springfield hospital says everyone is just holding their breath anticipating a spike from the fourth of July holiday I am Jackie Quinn
Missouri Hospital CEO: Vaccine Opponents Should 'Shut Up'
"Hospital officials in Missouri are expressing concern about having enough I see you beds as a variant of Kobe nineteen continues to spread to hospitals in Springfield Missouri are reporting a six fold increase in the number of coalbed patients in just a week about one hundred seventy now hospitalized thirty six on ventilators state health officials are seeking federal help to deal with the surge blamed on an anti vaccine sentiment which opens the door to the more contagious delta variant this C. E. O. of **** health in Springfield Steve Edwards showing his frustration on Twitter says anyone without public health expertise making disparaging comments about the vaccine should quote shot up otherwise they could be responsible for someone's death I'm Jackie Quinn
Unvaccinated Young Americans Are Driving Latest COVID-19 Spikes
"In Covid cases among the unvaccinated a month ago, the highly contagious Delta variant accounted for just over 2% of cases in America. Now That number is up to 20%. And it comes as the White House admits it's not going to reach the president's vaccination goal by the fourth of July. CBS is Omar Villafranca is in the place that currently leads the country in Covid cases per capita Missouri. It's summer in the Ozarks, a popular vacation destination for Midwesterners and Southerners alike. But right now the region is one of the hottest hotspots for Covid 19. According to Dr Terrence Coulter, What do you worry about? I'm worried about the perfect storm brewing with the lifting of the mask mandates the vacationers coming and going, the low immunization rates And then now the arrival of the Delta variant, which is highly prevalent in the area, where a hot spot and this is just going to explode outward. The delta variant is being blamed for a sharp rise in hospitalizations in southwest Missouri, up 196% in the last month. Variant now accounts for nearly half of all covid cases across 10 states at talks Hilton Springfield, It's been detected in the majority of patients who are the people who are ending up in your hospitals now, disturbingly, what we're seeing is more and more younger patients being admitted. And these are, of course, the unvaccinated This is the gap in our armor. They feel they don't really need it. They're invincible. That's exactly how
Poetry, Songs, And Prayers Mark MMIW Event In Springfield
"Events both in person and virtual were held across the country wednesday to draw awareness to missing and murdered indigenous people wednesday night about fifty people gathered in springfield oregon to honor missing and murdered. Indigenous women kale. Cdc's brian bull has more in the dark. In the bitter wind. Listen to a dream. Members of illuminate theatre in the university of oregon's indigenous women's wellness group. Read poetry under trees adorned with red dresses co organizer amardeep. Clifford explained the symbolism to show a garment. That's empty because the women are missing in many indigenous cultures the only color that the spirits can see as red hoping that they can see the red garments that we put out in their honor. Another organizer laurie. Top honjo said red garments are also visually striking. it's about creating visibility for the erasure of an entire generation of women. Young girls in our brothers have gone missing an honor song. Close the evening as people. Pray for the roughly fifty seven hundred missing and murdered indigenous woman across north america for national native news. I'm brian
The Rise of Mental Skills Coaching ft. Mike MacCrory, Envy Gaming
"Let's welcome to Mike McCurry of Envy gaming easy direct mental skills by doing like I'm doing great Kevin. How are you doing? Great, man. I'm just trying to you know, mentally prepare myself for this interview, and I'm not sure if I did it right or wrong, but yep. Will tell me if I if I am anywhere near that range, but for now Mike, you're a former TCU football player with a Bachelor of Science in sports psychology. You got a master's degree in athletic can go to Springfield College in Massachusetts. And you're the mental skills coach for the Dallas Mavericks NBA 2K League team Math JiJi for I think two seasons before your current role. Yes. That's correct. I was there for the inaugural season as well as the second season of the NBA 2K League since I mentioned during that second season and I was just absolutely enamored with every anything we had to say. I was like, this is just absolutely insane that a 2K League team would just bring on a mental skills coach and you were just all for you were you didn't even blink like and I when I said isn't this crazy or like yeah, but I love it. I think it's on the internet somewhere. I pull it up somewhere but insane. Yeah, I know that was I mean a really cool opportunity for me to get to talk about what I do on a platform and I mean, of course Like who who wouldn't want to find themselves in an opportunity like this? You know, I'm always grateful that the Mavericks have been very forward-thinking DK donkey 16,000. He's been with the mass for an extremely long time. He was the first full-time mental skills coach hired in the NBA. So that just gives you an idea of again how the Mavericks have always been on the Forefront of providing their place the resources, they need to just to be successful. So it only made sense that they did the same with their 2K team and I was just extremely fortunate to be part of that
The Irish Border, Why Is It There, What's It Like?
"Hello i'm at about grint on this. Revision carey phillips revisits. A journey along the irish border twin on the message and dommage into political games and antics of the tories in london northern ireland park if the single market for goods that means you. Import procedures are applied on products. Arriving from the rest of the uk on the springfield road. Several dozen republican youths attacked police vehicles spin increasing unease about the brexit arrangements for northern ireland's loyalist seeing a treat border with the rest of the uk as diminishing their british identity. The last two weeks have seen violence erupting on the streets of northern ireland unions. Fear the bricks at agreement which leaves northern ireland following e you customs. Rules will undermine their place in the united kingdom. The arrangement agreed to by all sides during the brexit. Negotiations is to protect the land border dividing the republic of ireland and he yuma nba and northern ireland. Part of the uk from any customs infrastructure. Like cameras aboard posts. The five hundred kilometer border is considered an absolute priority for the northern on pay steal the good friday agreement and needs to be protected at all costs but this raises an interesting historical question. Why is there a border across the island of ireland and had it northern ireland become part of the united kingdom kerry picks up the story in the seventeenth century when all and was essentially part of the british empire. The british ascendancy in ireland supported by the arrival of thousands of
"springfield" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"springfield" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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Maine Man Arrested for Setting Fire to Black Church
"Is the Fox News. Run down, Listen and subscribe now by going up fox news podcasts dot com. A man from main faces federal hate crimes charges accused of setting fire to a predominantly black church in Massachusetts extensive damage and Martin Luther King Jr Community Presbyterian Church in Springfield, Massachusetts, from a fire set December 28th. There were three smaller fires set on two separate days there earlier that month and some tires slashed in the area. Federal prosecutors say disco vulture I've 44 years old from Houlton, Maine, is responsible for all of it. They say investigators found on his phone, several messages using racist language about black people and location data linking him to the scene of the crimes. He was already in state custody, pleading not guilty of
Rioters Ignore Pleas for Calm as Violence Flares in Belfast
"Belfast so another night of violence on Thursday as demonstrators clashed with police in the Springfield road area in the west of the city known locally as a nationalist and clay demonstrators many of them young men throwing stones and fireworks at police who responded by deploying a water cannon authorities in Northern Ireland have been trying to restore calm the last two nights have been the worst may happen in a week over rights in Belfast Britain's split from the E. U. has highlighted the contested status of Northern Ireland with some people identify as British I want to stay in the U. K. while others see themselves as Irish and seek unity with the neighboring Republic of Ireland Anne you member I'm Charles to the test my
1 Dead, 1 Seriously Injured in Wrong-Way Crash in Holyoke, Massachusetts
"Route 91 in Holyoke dies After crashing into another car. This happened yesterday afternoon as 69 year old woman from Julio, driving south bound on the North bound side crashed her Mercedes into a Honda Civic that was in the North bound lane. That woman pronounced dead at the scene. The driver of the Honda Civic, a 25, year old man from Springfield, taken to Bay State Medical Center with serious injuries. Police still investigating why The woman was on the wrong side of the road Theologian Derry
Teen girls charged in Washington, DC Uber Eats carjacking back in court
"Two teenage girls charged with Carjacking and killing an uber eats driver last week went before a DC judge this morning. The entire event was captured on witnesses, cell phone cameras outside Nationals Park. Our story from Double D T o peacemaking clarity. The girls spoke to D. C. Superior Court Judge Lynn Liebowitz telling her They're 13 and 15 years old while too young to drive D C. Police say the teens attempted to carjack uber eats driver Mohamed Anwar outside Nationals Park armed with the stun gun on March 24th. That ended in a crash that killed the Springfield, Virginia man in the virtual hearing. The prosecutor said she's yet to offer a plea deal to the teens who are both charged with felony murder and armed Carjacking. They'll be in court again next
Two Teenage Girls Charged With Murder, Carjacking of Uber Eats Driver
"To girls they. Just thirteen and fifteen were charged with murdering carjacking. Pakistani immigrants killed last week working at his job delivering food and washington. Dc in an incident. A bystander captured on video. Mohammad anwar age sixty six died when police said the girls armed with a taser sped off in his car is he clung to the driver's side with the door opened and crashed seconds later. Just outside the ballpark of the washington. Nationals video posted on saturday shows he encountered unfolding in a minute and a half ending with unwise honda accord on its side. The goes climbing out and a fatally injured anwar sprawled and motion lists on the sidewalk. 'i sunday afternoon. The video had been seen at least five point. Five million times on twitter. Police did not identify the juvenile suspects. One of whom is from the district of columbia and the others from neighboring fort washington maryland anwar who lived in suburban springfield virginia and it was at his delivery job for uber eats when he was killed was go fund. Me post has a quote. Hardworking pakistani immigrants who came to the united states to create a better life for him and his family unquote. The gofundme campaign launched on behalf of his family had raised more than five hundred thousand dollars by yesterday afternoon to cover the cost of a funeral and to provide for his
"springfield" Discussed on WTOP
"The Springfield Interchange in Fredericksburg was Lane's reported to be open and no further issues being reported to us there. I'm Rob Stallworth. W T o p Traffic and now to storm team for meteorologists. Brianna Berman Solo Beautiful December weekend. Wow, it is feeling like early fall here instead of the end of fall is temperatures will be climbing into the sixties before you're not already there where you live. We'll see overnight lows in the forties and fifties. We're looking at mostly cloudy start Sunday with a few passing showers Sunday afternoon. We have highs in the low sixties once again for your Monday. The rain moves back in the forecast and colder temperatures highs in the low forties on Leonie Upper thirties with sunshine on Tuesday, and we may be seen some snow on Wednesday. I'm storm team for meteorologist for government solo. It is 57 degrees in Alexandria, 57. In DuPont Circle. 56 in German town brought to you by lend the plumber trusted Same day service seven days a week. It's 1 21. U. S. Officials say the nation's first covert 19 vaccine will begin arriving in states Monday morning after the government gave the final go ahead to the shots needed to end an outbreak that's killed nearly 300,000 Americans. Trucks will roll out tomorrow morning with UPS and FedEx starting to deliver five years vaccine to nearly 150 locations. Army General Gustav Purna of Operation Warp speed. We expect 145 sites across all the states. Received vaccine on.
"springfield" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"The Franconia Springfield Parkway. And now we're starting to see the ladies build on the ramps to go north on 23 95 from the Beltway. Falcon garage story here dot com. The W M A. L. ABC seven Storm Watch forecast. It is a clear night in a beautiful Friday evening, a little bit breezy. A light jacket. You should be good to go temperatures tonight. We're only going to drop into the forties and then warm into the low sixties. Both Saturday and Sunday. A mix of sun and clouds a few stray showers on your Saturday night, otherwise looking like a very nice weekend. I'm ABC seven chief meteorologist Bill Kelly, from the storm out seven Weather Center. It's 55 Silver Spring 54 right now with Raker. National Lima. Really fun. 105.9 FM Washington Small W M A L Hello, America..
"springfield" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Springfield. The Emerald Empire from ABC News. I'm Derek Dennis just two days to go until the presidential election, and polls show mixed results in the race between Democrat Joe Biden and President Trump. Florida Still a toss up Pennsylvania, showing Biden in the lead. Endemic, roughly follow President Trump's approval ratings on them in the latest ABC News Washington Post poll of the season in Florida. Likely voters trust trump over Biden on the economy and divide evenly and trust to handle the pandemic. In Pennsylvania. It's closer 48 to 45% Trump Biden on the economy and switches to 51 to 40% Biden Trump in Trust on Corona virus, ABC. Chuck's Everton on the Corona virus. Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson, announcing a new round of covert 19 restrictions will take effect next Thursday. Hey, Britons being mandated to stay home Pubs bars, restaurants must close except for takeaway on delivery services workplaces. Should stay open where people can't work from home, for example in the construction and manufacturing sectors. The move comes after weeks of sharply rising infections in the U. K. With more than one million confirmed cases Now and 46,000 Cove in 19 deaths and the fear is a similar lock down could come to the U. S. As Corona virus infections and deaths rise here again. This is extraordinarily dangerous. That's an extraordinarily dangerous time Illinois Governor J. B. Pritzker, noting the seven day average positivity rate in his state is now 9% and the number of new cases is the highest reported in a single day since the pandemic began. Overall, more than nine million covert 19 cases across the country with infections rising and all but two states. An arrest made in Quebec City, Canada. After a deadly stabbing spree. Two people killed, five injured in the attack The suspect, a man in his twenties, taken to a local hospital in police custody after a manhunt and a neighborhood lock down, No word. On a motive. You're listening to ABC News. You surf the.
"springfield" Discussed on The big d zone
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"springfield" Discussed on Pantheon
"Well. The rocks pages podcast. This is Mark Pringle with me is my colleague Jessica Murison Bowie Mark and in third zoom window is very, very special guest Vicki Wickham Hi Vicki Hi both. The keys perched on her area in New York City. This is eight o'clock in the evening London Time I've had my first Jones Hannukah Day and we'll be hearing sirens all of that sort of New York City soundscape. So for those who don't know I, mean is legendary carrot tourneys business over the years I think as I say produce on the fantastic pioneering pop TV series ready steady go subsequently manager of La Belle and in many ways a CO create of La. Belle. Was An artist and a friend and manager of Dusty Springfield and subsequently of the likes of Morrissey Marr and Vicky tell us about how you got into pop music and as a professional activity totally by default. I would inland I was working I had several jobs and I had one job that I really liked which I was working for radio BBC like entertainment it was cold. And My job was a production assistant and the writer, my producer, my boss, Charles Chilton wrote these wonderful one hour specials about like either flooding Allen or the moment or the songs from the First World War and so we have. Autism singers, musicians, actors, etc etc etc and my job is to put all together. And I learned a lot needs to say, but I, I was thinking that. Should be doing television radio and I don't quite know why but left thinking everybody would want me nobody walked in. One. Luckily one of my really good friends, Carolina with Carter was seeing somebody at associated rediffussion. Sunday could Elkin Allen let detail who set don't have it at the moment but A secretarial job will come up. No I don't want to be the secretary. So he was great. He's lectured me and said, you want to be anything. You can just get your foot in the door and about a week later called me up and said come in. For. You sat me down and said Yes your secretary but I promise you anyways cut a long story. He had this idea for music show cooled ready steady go, and by the time we will put together the. Get. Get at I was producing it did I know anything about Pop Music Thing, but no did anybody else. So the show was picked up and luckily a couple of other young people we were young came in and we started working on a program could ready steady go at elk was mabus he left us alone. Yeah just great. It's. It's amazing. I mean ready steady go is so different from anything that come before it really I mean I suppose some the Jack Goods shows sort of pointed in direction to some extent. But then you had a lot of really stiff stock not much pop music television full stop did you feel that what you're doing with revolutionary from very early point? 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"springfield" Discussed on Radio Boston
"Protests in recent weeks have revealed tensions between police and the black lives matter movement. An incident in Springfield reported this morning underscores that tension on May thirtieth a detective in the Springfield Police Department posted a picture on Instagram of her knees. Holding a sign at a black lives matter rally in Atlanta. It drew criticism from officers in her department. Mass live reports. The detective was fired on June nineteenth by Springfield Police Commissioner Cheryl Clap route. The former detective joins us now from Springfield flonaise. Welcome to Radio Boston. Thank you. Can you bribery? So flourish, so your story was first reported by mass. Live in Springfield Republican reporter Stephanie Berry, I wonder. Can you walk us through what happened beginning with? What was the picture? And why did you post it? Yes on the. Post and was a photo of my niece and her friend <hes>, protesting the killing of toward floyd on the protests took place in Atlanta Georgia. On my niece and her friend, holding signs <hes> one of the signs read. Who Do you call when the murderer? Where's badge and the sign that my niece was holding? <hes>, said shoot the F. Back. Okay. That content could be considered threatening. You acknowledge that the posting could be considered hurtful or threatening to fellow officers. Did you think about that when you posted it? I mean it could be construed as threatening to you as a police detective is well. <hes> I didn't take the polls. Have be an anti COP <hes>. You know when I. When I shared the Post I, Think about how others would perceive it, <hes> at no point that I share that post with malicious intent <hes> just so you know supporting my niece and her right to a practice her first amendment. So then what happened floor? So you posted it? What did you hear from Your Department from other officers? What happened next? So after share in the post <hes> a few hours later, I received <hes> messages on on social media. Phone calls text messages. From some of my officers who express their concerns <hes>. They said that they don't look good that it looked like an anti Kat post <hes> once I realized that I had offended some of my fellow officers I immediately deleted the post <hes>, and I apologize to those who had reached out to me, and I also think them for you know looking out for me. <hes> I. Know that right now. At that time, emotions were very high, or all the officers <hes> with everything that was going on, not protest that was happening throughout the country. <hes> the following day I received a phone call from direct captain <hes> before he could explain himself I explained that I why he's calling me <hes>, but at no point did I share that pulse with malicious intent or Ernie intent to harm or fund any of my fellow officers <hes>, but the captain stated that the Commissioner was highly upset. She was embarrassed <hes> and then I did express the him that I understand <hes>. How she you know. She could be <hes> embarrassed in offended <hes> especially after she honored hardship for me, <hes> the Commissioner has done a lot for me. All my career <hes> my one year career in the in the department. Excuse me. On the day after the phone call with the captain, I met with the Commissioner Commissioner Clap. <hes> there was a few deputies in the office as well a few captains, and I went in with my us union present Joe Gentile. <hes> in the meeting the Commissioner. <hes> basically told me that you know I embarrassed her and that she was highly upset with me. Especially after honoring <hes> to hardship, I apologize to her and I and I told her that I understand <hes> where my fellow officers are coming from, but at no time did I post that with militias and another time? <hes> did I think that might be as anti cop. <hes> I told her that I. You know I. Should apologize to all the officers. I'm sorry till the up to supervisors who advocates for me? I think that they deserve an apology from embarrassing <hes>. <hes> and she went on to tell me that people had called up to the. Commissioner's Office and And when I see people I, mean my officers and they were upset and they wanted me terminated <hes>. She did say that she thinks very highly of me in the. She didn't want to terminate me and then you'd have to figure out a way to fix this. <hes> after I left that meeting I consulted with my union president Joe Gentile. <hes> after control than what time we both agree that it'd be a good idea to go on a local high bdo. IBP Oh page. And, put up. The public apology to my fellow officers <hes> I put up the apology <hes> later that day and <hes> once I put up the apology I had a few officers that you know basically told me it's okay. No where he's. We all make mistakes. <hes> you know we. We have to stick together. Then received a lot of <hes> insults and threats on there as well. I'm sorry to interrupt you I know there's a little more to this story, and I do want to give you a chance to tell it, but I need to clarify a couple of things that you've already said. You said that the commissioner said to fix it in the mass live reporting today. She denied that she had said fix. It had a quote that said quote. Once you post something. It's out there and you can't retract it. That post was hurtful to many of her co-workers. What do you make of the dispute between your sense that she told you to fix it and her saying, but that is not what she said. I'm when I was in that meeting. I recall those words like he needs to figure out fix this. <hes> and I remember being. Sorry go ahead. No no, that's okay. Finish your thought, please. I'm I'm commenting on that? Okay, also, you said that the commissioner honored hardship for you. Some of our listeners may not know what that means. Can I please ask you to explain that? I'm so dern. The pandemic the kits <hes> for being home schooled and <hes> I. also have my father who has cancer that I for <hes> so i. Put it in a re. I spoke with my captain I was on the midnight shift. I was working twelve eighty a <hes>. And <hes> I wrote up a hardship after consulting with the CAP, and he told me to put in a hardship I wrote to the Commissioner asking to go back to four to twelve <hes> as a patrol officer. And <hes> in order for me to homeschool my three children and <hes> look after my father. <hes> a few days later. She authored my hardship while I'm and. Threw me in the TV as a FDU detective. So made you a detective? Yes, Ma'am! Okay thank you now after you posted the apology, you got mixed results or responses from that my apology, my understanding was ultimately you withdrew the apology. You then later were part of a larger picture that was taken of the force, and then on that same day. Receive News that you could either resign or be fired. Do I have those events correct? Yeah! And so the firing was about a week and a half ago. Yeah, it was on Friday to nine hundred. And did it come as a surprise to you on that day? Yes, it did <hes> after spoke with <hes>. Some of the supervisors <hes> in the department. They had basically told me you know lay low. Just try to blend in you know, take this as a <hes> small bumping your career and a lesson learned and <hes>. You know you'll get through this. Why do you think you were fired? At this point. You know I I am I don't know. Like the Commissioner as the Commissioner stated <hes>. She was pressured by the mayor I think it was <hes>. It was driven my politics <hes>, but that's as far as I can comment on that. Were there discussions within the police force during the the weeks of the protests prior to you posting your Social Media Post. About the protests, the movements the discussions about police brutality. Were you talking with with fellow detectives or other officers about that? Did you have a sense of where they stood into? They have a sense of where you stood. I'm no. We didn't talk much about it I. Mean I had one one officer life spoke with that was very closely with in regards to the protest and I think we both stood in support of the black lives. Matter Movement. And other than that I. didn't I didn't really? Have conversations about the protests with other fellow officers. And after you posted your apology, why do you believe that some officers came back? <hes> with strong responses <hes> threatening language. I think is the term that you used it, Cetera. Why do you believe the apology was not sufficient to kind of to begin to heal the controversy around your post? <hes>. I believe emotions are just very high at this time. You know like I can't tell you why they felt offended. <hes> again I had some even had some that some officers at attack me. Flirt so, we reached out to the Springfield police to either appear on the show or to provide comment commissioner share a clap route sent us a statement, said quote. This was Miss Fuentes a second infraction during her probationary period complaints about her social media posts came from co workers who were hurt by it, and questioned her stance on the quote that advocated shooting police officers. It was my decision to terminate her employment and quote. What does she mean by a second infraction?
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"U. G. and Eugene Springfield the emerald empire commencement talk curve the spread and over to sap graduating cadets at the U. S. military academy at west point emerge from two weeks of covered nineteen quarantine ahead of president trump delivering Saturday's commencement talk the address will be delivered as a growing number of military figures slammed the president for politicizing the armed forces and amid the clash over Confederate symbols in his recent threat to use federal troops to put down protests meantime corresponding Kerry shoemaker reports trump put out a late tweet to switch the date of this Tulsa Oklahoma campaign rally in a tweet sent late Friday president trump said out of respect for the Juneteenth holiday he would move his Oklahoma campaign rally from June nineteenth to June twentieth trump added he made the decision after many of his African American friends and supporters reached out to suggest to consider changing the date says some states have realized a spike in corona virus cases the CDC put out new guidelines to help curb the spread the nation's top infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci says preventative measures work you can improve on the economy you can get people back to work and still do the fundamental things like wearing a mask all the time when you're outside of having this physical distance of avoiding the congregation in crowds so as you go forward if you do that you could very well contain and mitigate any spy correspondent Karen K. for reports it appears there is some common ground in Congress when it comes to taking steps toward police its reform the parties find common ground and ideas like sharing records of law enforcement officers across states and police forces that better reflect the communities they serve house Republican leader Kevin McCarthy hinted at some compromise with Democrats backing for example a proposed ban on police chuckles I think there's a lot of concepts that we agree.
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"You G. and Eugene Springfield V. emerald empire special report corona virus update forty million Californians will soon begin a day in which most of them are being told to stay at home or risk overwhelming the state's medical system Kinlaw has more from Pasadena it is in the nation's most populous state and this is the most drastic measure that any state has taken as the governor orders residents to stay at home all nonessential businesses will be close shut down putting up signs saying it's because of the corona virus Goldman Sachs predicts two and a half million Americans have already filed unemployment claims this week the most ever in history correspondent Julia Chatterley says it seems unavoidable and then not today we are systematically shutting down the U. S. economy state by state and it's happening at record speed we are trying to save two million people hi Michael to scanner there was talk at the White House yesterday about drugs which might help fight the corona virus but director of the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases Dr Anthony Fauci says there may be drugs that can ease symptoms but there aren't any that can kill or prevent the virus there are no proven safe and effective therapies for the coronavirus that doesn't mean that we're not going to do everything we can to make things that even the hint of efficacy more readily available but there's no magic drug out there right now yesterday saw gains on Wall Street as Christine Romans tells us the Dow swung more than twelve hundred points from its low before closing up nearly just about one percent it was the first time since March six the Dow closed within a thousand points of where it opened global stock markets and U. S. futures have risen this morning and speaking of economic aid members of the president's team will be on Capitol Hill today to launch negotiations with Senate Republicans on that one trillion dollar plus economic.
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"MGM's Springfield and plain ridge park casino will all be closed overnight tonight the closures will last two weeks and the gaming commission will reassess the situation president Donald Trump kicks off today's White House briefing on the virus with an update on his under going testing CBS's Stephen Portnoy reports president trump in a White House briefing moments ago said he has been tested for the corona virus but he won't know the results for some time he hailed the passage early the this morning in the house of a relief bill it'll make more than fifteen billion dollars available to us immediately and disaster relief funds and that's available for states territories and local government so that was really really good the bill requires paid leave for workers stricken with corona virus of those taking care of loved ones who have it one journalist was prohibited from covering this briefing the White House physician's office walked around the room with a thermometer part of a new protocol reporter had a temperature of ninety nine point nine and was escorted out of the briefing room fifty two deaths twenty four hundred confirmed cases the latest count from corona virus new York's first fatality from the virus was reported to be a woman in her eighties who had already had emphysema a complicating factor leading to her death CBS news special report I'm Stephen Portnoy apple becomes the first major retailer in the United States to shut down stores because of the novel coronavirus pandemic ABC's Alex stone reports apple CEO Tim cook says the company is shutting down retail operations outside of China apple will go online only for at least two weeks in the U. S. and elsewhere in the world as part of the effort to enforce social distancing to keep people away from one another apple is also committing fifteen million dollars to help with worldwide recovery in China where the outbreak is calming apple stores have now re opened the company saying what apple learned there is helping it develop best practices for its stores in the rest of the world Alex stone ABC news social distancing during the corona virus pandemic may be overwhelming but CBS news correspondent Stephen Kaufman says a simple plan may help you tackle key tasks like grocery shopping the corona virus has some shoppers in a panic to get minutes with Consumer Reports suggestion upping for basic needs and cleanser cleaning products long lasting staples like rice beans pasta canned vegetables and shelf stable milk and don't forget over the counter medications keep symptoms of covert nineteen are fever and body aches and coughing so you base we want to have the over the counter medicines that treat those things don't buy anti bacterial soaps they don't kill viruses Stefan Kaufmann CBS news three American service members are among the wounded in a rocket attack on a military facility in a rock over night A. B. C.'s Elizabeth McLaughlin reports at least twenty five rockets rained down on camp Taji on Saturday it was the same location where similar rocket attack earlier in the week killed three coalition service members including two Americans that attack blamed on a Shia militia group backed by Iran with the U. S. military responding with air strikes that targeted the group's weapons storage facilities the head of U. S. forces in the Middle East general Kenneth McKenzie sounded optimistic on Friday that those strikes would make a difference we believe that this is going to have an effect on the tearing of deterring future structure this nature Elizabeth McLaughlin ABC news Washington time for Bloomberg business many U. S. consumers are taking a direct hit in the wallet from the corona virus especially those who aren't paid regularly during the newly declared pandemic I think I'm going to be late I'm not going to make ends meet my income isn't the same this month as it was last month those are the kinds of call Cynthia Campbell and her team are hearing more of lately she's chief experience officer at balance a consumer credit counseling agency in San Francisco and this week democratic lawmakers wrote fed chair Jay pal and.
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"J. U. G. and Eugene Springfield V. emerald empire and you're welcome deliberations continue I'm the only apprentice president trump received a warm welcome as he arrived in India overnight to kick off a swift thirty six hour visit to that country speaking to a crowd of one hundred thousand the president promoted the bond between the US and India today I say to every Indian north and south Hindu and Muslim Jewish and Christian rich and poor young and old take pride in the glories of your past United for an even brighter future and let our two nations always stand together as powerful defenders of peace and liberty and the hope of a better world for all of humanity in California murder charges have been filed against two thirteen year old boy suspected of starting a blaze that killed two firefighters in a library police say they arrested the boys after they were seen running from the port of ill city library shortly after the flames erupted boys that I the charges they remain in prison a jury deliberations continue today in the Harvey Weinstein rape trial in New York Steve cast and bomb reviews so here's what we know thanks to that note the jury sent out on Friday they've reached a unanimous decision on the criminal sexual act charge which revolves around Merriam Haley's claim that Weinstein forcibly performed a sex act on her in two thousand and six they've also reached unanimous decisions on rape in the first and third degree stemming from Jessica man's claim that Weinstein raped her in twenty thirteen they have not been able to agree on the two counts of predatory sexual assault the more complex charge that essentially says Weinstein was a serial sexual assaulter those charges carry a sentence of up to life behind bars Steve casting down New York and California the man who said he wanted to fly into the edge of outer space to see if the world is flat has died after his home build rocket launched into the desert sky then plunged back to earth Mike Hughes was killed Saturday after his rocket crashed near Barstow Amelia Francis.
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"Nine hundred ninety nine and moved to the Senate in Nineteen ninety-one for the last eleven years. He's been president of the Senate where one of his first acts was shepherding through the impeachment of former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich in that role. He helped end the two in your budget. Stalemate under Republican governor. Bruce Rounder and worked to give fellow Democrat. Jay Pritzker a string of wins in his first year from legalized marijuana to a gambling expansion engine to a graduated income tax proposal that goes to voters later this year. I sat down with John Color Tin and talk about his long career in Illinois politics and how he feels to be stepping away away from Springfield after four decades. Well I got elected when I was thirty. And I'm seventy one so it's my whole adult life. It seems you know we've been down there and it's really been fun. I mean there's been so many Really Neat things People I've served with nine hundred and and eighty seven people Past five hundred eighty three bills What was achieved sponsor? And it's just been amazing. I mean everything the thing from When I first started you know getting involved in in Believe it or not the first big bill had had to do with car seats. We had this marriage in seventy nine and we had babies ninety one eighty two eighty three and the first one carried. My wife carried her home from the hospital. there's only one state in the nation that had a car seat bill Soon as we had that baby home we realized we got to put the baby in a carseat so we my wife started loaner program for car. Seats are how found out what about I passed a bill to require people to wear have their kids in car seats and it was a lesson because it was a bill that was very limited just just the parent in just their own Car knowing that that's what you have to do and later later you kind of improve So that led the seatbelt law. Believe it or not there was only fifteen percent of people wearing their seatbelts In the early eighties. Pass that bill. Not Not easy again was a secondary fans just to get started so that's been very rewarding and bunch of More bills after that as well as a lot of interesting people if you had to narrow it down to one or two pieces of legislation. You're most proud of what would they be anything where you literally save people's lives as pretty par for you know you press a button and you know that certain number of People are literally the fatality. RATE'S GONNA fall or even in the I've I've never been a smoker. I kinda hate tobacco. I bet after those people the only people that are really happy that I'm retiring are the tobacco industry because I just I just think that the the lives and the money that it costs so I've been pretty proud of those things as well The you know there's been a lot of things I mean. I worked on death penalty reforms before for we abolished the death. Penalty am worked on the school funding. Formula have pretty recently which allowed for Chicago to get started to get a fair amount of money that they but they that they have? In fact I was around. We stabbed the Chicago school reforms in the first up local school councils back in the late eighties. So it's been fun But it's also time to to move on when you first came to springfield lie. Deciding was a much more bipartisan affair. Air and when you look at the at Springfield today do you think the pendulum has swung too far well. I'd like to distinguish ourselves from what's happened happen at the national level Especially this last year now You know we've had forced bipartisanship because the first twenty eight years was Republican governor and democratic legislatures. Six all but two years one there was one two year period where they control it But then After that we we did have the Begovic cheers and Quinn Years And and so we were One party going around four years. Four some bipartisanship This last year though we really did come about at the end of with a lot of support from the Republicans and we had a budget that was balanced. We had to take some votes on some tough taxes with Republican Republican supporters on so And I my experience having been in the minority in the Senate for ten years was When I got to be Senate Senate President I just said you know what we're not GONNA get outvoted. We're a super majority. Why not work with these guys some ideas from the other party? You'll get a bit of work product art. And so I've I've tried to try to keep that as a principal when you think back to the time when governor rounder was an office of course there was a seven eight hundred thirty six day budget impasse during that period of time. Where would you rank that budget? Impasse when you think about the biggest challenges you face during your time in spring oil. It's it was it was horrible Because what we did people say. You didn't have a budget. Well actually. Unfortunately we did have a budget because we we were funding schools rules. We didn't like stop in force ourselves to get a balanced budget. We overspent for two and a half years some six billion dollars each year which ran Hannah bills. The income tax fell from five percent down to three point seven five. We never made up the difference. We kept on spending so so it was. It was really bad and we tried to you know. The speaker didn't even meet with the guy I did. Try to meet with the governor. On a number of occasions we just he just had such animus towards the unions and Madigan himself and spend all that money demonizing Madigan. It was it was horrible and eventually we did actually get the grand bargain with Christina. Donio my Republican counterpart who both of us got elected the same day. I work with very well. We just said you know what we're going to start doing our Our stuff independent of the speaker and the governor and it led to eventually A balanced budget Over the objections of the governor time time many people say it was your unique set of skills that finally broke the budget stalemate. How did you see your role in that case? Well it wasn't just just me was senator rebellious matter of factually initiated. The idea of working together to pass bills on these bills were the these were bills that that Republicans didn't like and the Democrats didn't like there were things dealing with tort reform or workers comp changes that are party didn't want their taxes of their problems and we just wanted to show. Oh that this is crazy what we do is you know we were underfunded higher. Ed People were leaving our state to go to other schools. I mean it was. We weren't paying social service providers. I mean it was just horrible and we didn't need to do that. It was unnecessary so that was a big deal to get people to come together at the end. I think it was so tough to do but in once it happened then when we had governor Spitzer commend. That's how that's what led to this. Bipartisan phenomenal year. We had last year of of of those major pieces of legislation. Where do you think Illinois will continue to fill the fallout from that budget impasse? Well well if you look at our budget We had to borrow a whole bunch of money to pay our vendors and built into the budget every year is like a mortgage payment jeff to pay for the legacy of those past the past years. That's why the governor's proposed and passed All Forty of the Senate Democrats voted for the constitutional amendment. That's it's on the ballot which will if passed a lead to since we also passed the rates to be included Lead to money and that money would be used directly to pay down Those all those all those bills Former governor Rauner was a political neophyte. We have another political neophyte in office now governor Jay Pritzker. What's your assessment of what he how's he's doing so far and what he still needs to learn? I was surprised when he ran for Governor Primary We had one one of our colleagues Daniel. BISS running I did not get involved in in that primary but I had members. I have dinner every night when we're in session with not not lobbyists but legislators to get to know people socially and everyone would would say you know it's interesting this Guy Pritzker who is really working and he's really league showing up and he's not Come across some billionaire. He's coming across. The Guy Really wants to learn and that was his attitude from the start It didn't hurt hurt tab all that money of course that he used the front his campaigns But he also really really think Impress people in the same thing was true true as a rookie and never having been a government. This last year I think he was willing to take advice. and I think proved that that We were willing after around a lot of leeway when you think about the last two governors in Illinois. These are both very wealthy men who are able to put their their own money into their campaigns. What do you think about the future of Illinois and the way money may play into? WHO's able to run for office? You know ideally really And the governor did provide money for the Democrats in the legislature. Ideally though I think to keep the independence of the of the General Assembly the Legislative Branch from the executive branch. It would be better if that wasn't necessary. And you know when we run campaigns both Republicans and Democrats got and And and try to raise money and we raise money from the traditional groups who care about the policies the unions care about the policies especially after governor rounders for years right so they donate dryer. Laura's I care about the policy so they donate And so there's there's enough money there for people to run campaigns and it would be best if it didn't You know come from Just super Wealthy people or even in this matter from a governor himself. You told France spillman at the Times Friday that Mayor Lori lightfoot and other Newbie to politics still has a lot to learn and in the spring legislative session. She didn't get what she wanted from Springfield. I'm a real estate transfer tax a final plan for for Chicago Casino. What do you think Mir lightfoot needs to master in order to be successful? I let me clarify I. I only pointed out that she didn't have the advantage. Just like we were talking about the two governors of having been in government before right and so and especially not springfield which is totally different than than Chicago Coggins City Council and. She's on learning her but she I think she's doing very well In some regards She she came down to Springfield right away from the start and she was a Rockstar It's just that it's tricky and it's tricky part is Chicago's doesn't dominate the entire state of Illinois. There's a lot of suburban urban town state interests. And so if you come in on a special deal for Chicago. That's not the way that's not going to do well What you need to do is make the argument? Sakaba just wants its fair share. And that's what we would be doing in the case specifically of the Casino I know from being there there and having worked on this the language in the agreements between the governor and the city are all worked out and it's fair for the rest of the state because it generates so much money and and it's used. What's it us for us to pay for the capital bills which benefit the entire state?.
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"Out of Springfield after a report about an email from a lobbyist that appears to can't at a rate cover up it was sent by Michael McClain of Springfield a lobbyist and long time friend of house speaker Mike Madigan the email to Madigan age urge them not to fire a worker who had remained silent about an alleged rape in Champaign here's WGN's Tom Bradley house speaker Madigan weight and these are extremely serious and troubling allegations he said I had no knowledge of the instead referenced in the story and only learned of this today I encourage those with any information and to come fall Republicans and Democrats alike are now demanding an investigation no other details have been provided in the email about that alleged rape US security experts say hacking attempts from Iran have nearly tripled following the deadly airstrike against in a rainy in general as internet security company cloud flare says after the death of general Qassem Soleimani Iran base attempts to hack federal state or local government websites jumped fifty percent and then continue to accelerate the royal family reportedly is said to be hurt by prince Harry in Dutchess Megan's announcement yesterday that they plan to step back his senior Royals the BBC reports Buckingham Palace was blindsided by the announcement talks about the couple's future it started but we're in very early stages and the palace said in a statement there are complicated issues to work through prince Harry an American former actress making Markel say they plan to spend more time in North America and work to become financially independent of the royal family now with WGN sports here's mark Carman hand good morning the bulls defense was not happening in the second half yesterday they give up seventy five points as the pelicans routed the bulls won twenty three one oh wait out scoring by seventeen in the third quarter bowls of lost five in a row now a season low twelve games under five hundred Zak Levin had thirty two Illinois goes in Wisconsin and beats the badger seventy one seventy huge three for my just to move with a forty eight seconds to go yet eighteen in the game Illinois had beat Wisconsin since back in two thousand and eleven Chris calendar the Wildcats Nolan for in the big ten as they lose at Indiana sixty six sixty two cats were up ten midway through the second half North Carolina state came back and beat Notre Dame is seventy three to sixty eight began the night the black culture the predators as they try to creep back in that playoff picture seven o'clock our pre game seven thirty the puck drops on seven twenty WGN America middle these yes supports your money on WGN the row early in riskier assets is back on US stock futures are higher this morning after notching gains Wednesday markets in Europe are higher in early trading there Asia stocks mostly higher as well in Japan markets up of more than two percent also this morning Twitter says it will test new features early this year that will allow users to control who could reply to their tweets as it looks to limit abuse and harassment on the platform social media firms are under pressure to address a harassment on their services China's popular video sharing out tick tock has multiple security fall of vulnerabilities according to the cyber security firm checkpoint it is found flaws that could allow hackers to take control of tick tock accounts and manipulate the contents uploading delete videos and reveal personal information no such as private email addresses and I'm Steve percentage on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN sometimes the Sniffles.
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"Federal judge in Springfield Missouri rule that in eighteen fifty one maritime law does not protect the company from liability in the twenty eighteen duck boat straight sinking near Branson Richard mostly overcast tonight little breezy the low down into the low thirties Beale slick in the morning because of some of the snow showers we had on Wednesday afternoon we'll get to forty two in the afternoon Sir gonna be breezy and chilly then on Thursday sunshine and forty five I maybe six first morning chief meteorologist Marshall might peak on your severe weather station news radio six ten WTVN you're listening to coast to.
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"Springfield to make sure that <hes> perry nato care is still provided and that <hes> even though labor and delivery will take place at brattleboro attleboro which is a little ways away people will still be able to get their routine care in the community of springfield so i think you know there are those challenges are are the same ones i talked about for all rural hospitals and we're still trying to understand everything that happened at springfield but <hes> they are building a path forward and we'll see how that continues continues to evolve and develop sure and you talked about <hes> a little bit about plans to restructure for for hospitals <hes> it looks like mountain scotney in this other part of the state near pretty close to springfield joined a network with dartmouth hitchcock. Am i correct in that. That's right. Do you think that's an option for rural hospitals who are looking to deal with some of their financial struggles. Absolutely affiliating.