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Man who was with Adam Toledo at time of police shooting is back in custody
"Police are seeking additional charges against 21 year old Reuben Roman of the city's Edgewater neighborhood, and police say he was there when officers shot and killed 13 year old Adam Toledo during the overnight hours of March, 29 Roman at the time, was charged with misdemeanors and released. He was taken back into custody tonight on an outstanding unrelated warrant. CPD says Toledo, the 13 year old was armed when he was shot. Body and dash cam videos expected to be made public by mid next week after Toledo's family has a chance to review it. Also learning tonight from 15th Ward Alderman Raymond Lopez that CPD is already planning to move some officers round in preparation for a possible reaction from city residents. Once that body and dash cam evidence is released to the public that days, often vacations will be canceled. Officers will be switching to the 12 hours shift details W G. And he's worried it'll negatively impact residents in high crime areas. In the South and West sides those that are doing prime gangbangers drug dealers everybody they know that if police are pulled out of the district that the opportunity to do bad Increases because the response time will be greater because no one will be around to apprehend them. Illinois health officials
Chicago alderman withdraws residential museum rules plan for historical projects
"New developments in a story. We brought you last night. Fourth ward alderman. Sophia king has withdrawn measure that cultural and preservation groups. Say would have made it difficult for them to convert historic homes into museums last night here on. Wtt w king explained that the measure would have allowed for a community input process to allow residents a say in whether or museum opens in their neighborhood but groups working to convert the homes of civil rights icon emmett till and blues legend muddy waters into museums. Say the ordinance was just meant to block their efforts
Chicago mayor proposes search warrant changes after botched raid
"Mayor life it unveil major reforms to what CPD does with a search warrant process. Following the botched raid of Anjanette Young's home in 2019 life. It says the new policy, then advised box raves requires they be reported immediately to supervisors, something that did not happen in the case of engine at young. We haven't heard a peep. From the inspector general on this issue. Where's he been? Same thing regarding Copa opened up an investigation in November of 19 and it for far as I can tell, did nothing for over a year until the video of Anjanette Young burst onto the scene. Under the plan, all warrants need to be approved by a deputy chief or higher. Female officer needs to be present for the execution of a warrant, and all officers must have their body cameras turned on the executive order, which is the form it is taking. Is open to public comment. Mayor Lightfoot actions are being looked at by 49th Ward Alderman Maria Haddon. She wants a public hearing in my opinion that someone prior to elected office but my career working on participatory democracy and and reopen unity engagement. I think it's a bit of a backwards process. You know, handing someone a finished product and asking for comment. Hadn't joined you Gone goes afternoon news
Michael Madigan’s Successor In Illinois House Resigns Just Three Days After Madigan Arranged His Appointment
"It took just a few days for former illinois house speaker. Michael madigan's handpicked successor as representative of the twenty second district to resign on sunday madigan and democratic party leaders elevated twenty six year old ward employee edward garrick kodak to fill madigan's house seat but today madigan and thirteenth ward alderman. Marty quinn issued a statement saying quote after learning of alleged questionable conduct by mr kodak. It was suggested that he resigned. State representative for the twenty second district. We are committed to a zero tolerance policy in the workplace with madigan support code at one over ten other people seeking the job. The former speaker intends to have another meeting tomorrow to select. His replacement
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"29 degrees at seven o'clock. Good morning. I'm David Juan. The news is sponsored by news Nation. The covert 19 vaccine begins to move out of Michigan. That story coming up First, a look of WGN traffic. No problems to report at this time on, there are expressways and to always traffic moving well, some delays on the C T a blue line, however, both directions of the blue line service, sharing a single track between the cell and grand. Until two o'clock this afternoon because of maintenance work. Allow additional travel time and earlier problem at Cermak on the Red Line has now been cleared. That line is moving normally. First trucks carrying a covert 19 vaccine for widespread use are getting ready to roll out of ported Portage Michigan at the manufacturing plant for Fizer there That will set in motion the biggest vaccination effort in American history. The shots that are critical to stopping the nation's Corona virus outbreak will be reaching states a day later. Among those being Illinois, Indiana and Chicago and his Chicago prepares to receive its first round of vaccine. Some officials are optimistic. We finally turned the corner here is second Ward Alderman Brien Hopkins, saying This is a major achievement for modern medicine. This is really one of the greatest miracles of medicine in history that the Vaccine has been developed, tested and approved in approximately a year. It really there's a light at the.
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"He's resigning representative Sue Resin Republican for Illinois 38th district. I would like to see somebody who had clearly is a visionary, somebody who will take our party and a direction someone who can speak and, um um and has a new vision for the party. That is my hope. I think the days of having the same people who maybe have not had a history of winning elections or good history. I think that they need to step step aside. Join WG and Steve Bertrand on Chicago's afternoon news. Schneider's term was supposed to run through May of 2022. Representative Mark Shaw, Republican for Lake County is emerging as an early top contender. President elect Joe Biden will nominate retired four star Army General Lloyd Austin to be U. S Secretary of Defense. That's according to four people familiar with the decision, who spoke on condition of anonymity. Since this election hadn't been formally announced. If confirmed by the Senate, Austin would become the first black Pentagon chief. He retired from the Army and 2016. Which means he would require a congressional waiver of the legal requirement that a formal military member be out of uniforms for at least seven years before serving as secretary of defense. American service members and civilians killed in the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor were honored today. The U. S. Navy commander of the Pacific Fleet, John Aquilino, says the greatest generation should never be forgotten. Those sailors fought with honor courage and went above and beyond the call. Selflessly taken great risks to defend our shores. Today's the 79th anniversary. Nearly 2400 people were killed in the attack on the similar 11th rather December 7th 1941. The White House is covered 19 testing's our says they're ready for rapid vaccine distribution. If the visor vaccine gets emergency use authorization later this week, Admiral Bret Jerar within 24 hours of that authorization, we're gonna have vaccine ready to go and hopefully within 24 hours after that, we're going to be providing the first lifesaving shots into people's arms. The Trump Administration is denying a report in The New York Times that says That the Trump Administration passed on an opportunity to make a second large purchase advisers vaccine. It's already about 100 million doses, which is enough to vaccinate 50 million Americans. The city of Chicago's investigating 44th Ward Alderman Tom Tunney for allowing customers to be served inside at least one of his and Sather's restaurant locations. That's in violation of covert restrictions. WGN's Jenna Barnes has more on his possible penalties. But then he says, if there are violations found by their investigation, there could be Warning or a citation and the vacation could carry a fine of up to 10. Grand Honey admits to what he calls an error in judgment and says indoor service was only held from time to time and that it's now being discontinued..
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"She's director of the Illinois Department of Public Health Doctor in Garcia's IKEA, the state's positivity rate stands at 10.3%. 44th Ward Alderman Tom Tunney admits he allowed customers to be served inside at least one of his and Sather's restaurant locations in Chicago. That's in violation of Cupid restrictions. Reaction from the governor. Elected officials should be setting an example. Not creating the example that people may follow that will spread. Coronavirus. WGN's Jenna Barnes has reaction from Mayor Lightfoot. We have a statement from her office. Essentially, this is under investigation, and this will be treated as all cases like this are treated no exceptions. Barnes also joined WGN's Chicago's afternoon news. The city's investigating Tunney if it finds violations. He could face anything from a written warning up to a $10,000 fine. Governor. Pritzker, also criticizing representative Brad Halbrook, Republican for Illinois, is 102nd district. He was caught hosting a large Christmas gathering Thursday with no masks or social distancing shame on him. Shame on him for having people in a room packed together, not wearing a mask. He knows better. He should know better if he doesn't maybe shouldn't be in the General Assembly judge is ordering Sony to hand all of singer R. Kelly's royalty money over to Kelly's former landlord. Sometimes reports, the more than $1.5 million will help cover past due rent. Now's your chance to tell the Illinois Department of Transportation how good of a job they're doing, or how dissatisfied with them, you become the spokesman Paul Waffles, asking the public to participate in a new online survey. Anonymous questions like you know, What do you think of the cleanliness of the roadsides is debris, dead animals removed in the pavement and timely fashion? Just go toe? I don don Illinois dot gov. And learning tonight that General Chuck Yeager has died. That's according to a post on his official Twitter account. It was one of the U. S. Air Force is most decorated test pilots portrayed in the movie the right stuff as the first person to break the sound barrier in 1947. Chuck Yeager was 97 WGN Sports to Football games going tonight and Monday night Football. The Steelers lost their first game of the season in the first game. Redskins beat him 23 to 17 at Pittsburgh. The second is still underway in Phoenix, Arizona, the 40 Niners and bills. The Bills are up 34 17 with a few minutes left in the fourth quarter. There is a place to practice squad players on the Reserve Cove in 19 list. They are defensive tackle a kale, London and linebacker Manti Te'o the apiece college basketball rankings has the align I moving down one spot to sixth after lost to Baylor and ahead of their game tomorrow against 10th, right. Duke Major League Baseball mourning the death of former White Sox star hit or Dick Allen. It was a seven time all star, including all three of his seasons with the South Siders. They won the American League's Most Valuable Player award in 1972. Dick Allen was 78..
Flyers recruiting for far-right group Proud Boys placed on cars in Ravenswood, NW of Chicago
"Flyer's attempting to recruit the For the far right group. The proud boys replaced on cars in a North Side neighborhood Friday. Here's still be Jim Bob Cussler with more. About three dozen flyers remain wedged under windshield wipers on cars parked near Montrose and Lincoln near Lincoln Square, including at least one displaying racist imagery, evoking the Ku Klux Klan. The proud boys is designated as a hate group by the Southern poverty Law Center. 47th Ward Alderman Matt Martin said residents have informed his office of at least six blocks in the district where flyers were placed on the cars. Police are now investigating Bob Kessler, WG and news
Chicago Public Schools Finalize Remote Learning Plan To Start School Year
"Students students will will start start the the fall fall semester. semester. Learning Learning remotely remotely from from off off campus campus by by your your light light put, put, says says it's it's a a decision decision based based on on scientific scientific data data regarding regarding the the Corona Corona virus. virus. CPS CPS CEO CEO Janice Jackson says it's not a perfect plan and comes with some concerns students who called from economically disadvantaged backgrounds. I am extremely concerned about what this means for them, and I see it there time and time again. We are doing everything that we can to try to mitigate any, you know adverse effects to kids having to be educated in this way, so I want to make no mistake. I'm also concerned about kids who live in environments that are on, she says. It's students will use computers and ipads remotely. Publishing equivalent of a full day's class work. Daily. 24th Ward Alderman Michael Scott is chairman of City Council's Education committee. I think this gives us the opportunity to reset ourselves. Toe. Let us understand what the data is showing. And then reevaluate this plan in November, Governor Pritzker's
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"In the neighborhoods, federal partnerships and state's attorney's help the whole people more accountable the mid violent crime he joined W Gs Road con after another day of shootings in the city. Aside from the nearly 40 Children who've been shot and killed in Chicago so far this year, there have been four Chicago police officer shot just over the past week. Second Ward Alderman Brian Hopkins agrees with police superintendent He's calling for more prosecution for violent offenders from Cook County State's attorney Kim Fox's office. From the time you might be arrested, you probably won't be if you are you'll be released on an I bond, and then there won't be any incarceration and there won't be any sentence would be a slap on the wrist if even that, until County Sheriff Tom Dart has also criticized fucks his policy on violent crime as Catch and release. For more than two straight weeks. New daily Statewide cases of the Corona virus have in Illinois have been over 1000 doctor and guns. A A CK is the top health official in the state. She has the numbers 1759 people were newly diagnosed with Cove in 19 for a total of 186,471 cases since yesterday must. Regrettably, 30 additional individuals were reported to have lost their battle with Cove it for a total of 7005. 173 lives lost in the states. Positivity rate is still a relatively low 3.9% but it seemed a slight uptick. Unemployed hotel workers in a caravan of cars circled Trump Tower near Chicago's Wabash Bridge this afternoon. Part of a larger nationwide movement called Unite here. It's Facebook page towns, 300,000 members in the U. S and Canada, although it has less than 50,000 followers.
Chicago Alderman Says Bricks Thrown Through Windows of His Home, Nearby Garage Set on Fire
"Were thrown through 15th Ward Alderman Raymond Lopez's home, Lopez says it's gang retaliation. While we were on that block. Four other households of gang members came out. As a show of support for their comrades that we were addressing one of them being so bold as to say that I don't make the decisions in the neighborhood that they decide whether there will be peace or not. It is no accident that this happened. Security cameras caught a man pacing the sidewalk this morning and then throwing four bricks to went through Lopez's windows, Lopez said. The same man returned an hour later and set fire to his neighbor's garage. And
Chicago Alderman Raymond Lopez Blames ‘Gang Bangers’ For Vandalizing His Home, Setting Fire To Neighbor’s Garage
"Were thrown through 15th Ward Alderman Raymond Lopez his home early this morning, and his neighbor's garage was set on fire. Lopez says This is gang retaliation and comes after he addressed landlords who allowed gang members as tenants. The day before. While we were on that block, four other households of gang members came out. To show support for their comrades that we were addressing one of them being so bold as to say that I don't make the decisions in the neighborhood that they decide whether there will be peace or not. It is no accident that this happened. Security Security cameras cameras caught caught a a man man place, place, pacing pacing the the sidewalk sidewalk and and then then throwing throwing four four bricks bricks to to went went through through Lopez's Lopez's windows, windows, Lopez Lopez said. said. The The same same man man returned returned an an hour hour later and set fire to his neighbor's garage. President
Chicago police superintendent discusses plans to stop gun violence in Englewood
"It's an angle with intersection that's seen more than its fair share of gun violence. Jaggi Slaughter alive Long Inglewood residents as keeping clear of those who have guns is almost a daily routine spent crazy. Constantly Constantly a a lot lot of of shooting shooting just just Tuesday. Tuesday. The The guy guy that that think think that that did did the the shooting shooting that that radio radio host. host. It It rolled rolled down down the the sidewalk sidewalk and and missed me and my true break by like, maybe a foot. He's been chased by the police. 16th Ward Alderman Stephanie Coleman's got help from a neighborhood group paying for private security to keep an eye on that intersection, the eyes and ears for potential problems for Chicago Police Chicago's police superintendent, David Brown, talked about his plans today for stopping the gun violence. Want to aggressively go after The mastermind behind the drug trade trade, the mid level an upper level criminals who put these young people out on these corners to sell drugs for little or no. Uh, compensation issues just basically being manipulated because they're poor bodies Mastermind. Authorities say that a
Aldermen, activists press for moving police out of Chicago Public Schools
"Every new effort tonight to take Chicago police officers out of Chicago public schools protesters gathered for a rally tonight double digits Marcella Raymond live from the north west side with our report on that Marcella hi John Michael yeah that's expected to be a big battle and it's going to start tomorrow at the city council that is where an ordinance is going to be introduced that would remove Chicago police from Chicago public schools protesters signed a petition and taped it to the door fiftieth ward aldermen dad's Silverstein's office they want Chicago police out of Chicago public schools Chicago spends forty percent of its budget on the police right forty percent forty percent that's almost all of the guns I don't think so we need other types of service in schools not militarized force it makes things worse for the students all the region at Taylor is one of three aldermen proposing the ordinance they all look like again Chicago police department is CBS and what did the board of education do absolutely nothing like this incident in January of twenty nineteen at Marshall high school on Chicago's west side surveillance video shows the Nygma Howard being dragged down the hallway stairs to CPD officers held her arms and legs a federal lawsuit alleges the officers punched her several times and that their behavior violated her civil rights they were there to protect the students from outside forces what's come to happen now is that the police officers are enforcing matters inside the school and in effect taking these children to jail for what we would call minor infractions or the matrix that ordinance within the thirty three million dollar contract between C. P. D. and C. P. S. Caleb reed says he was arrested at a high school basketball game because he didn't have his student ID I was agric approves of course like I was like why why is it happening to me you know but it was something I suspect because I know I'm a young black man somewhere Lightfoot has said that she opposes taking police officers out of Chicago public schools the Chicago teachers union says that it does approve it to be interesting tomorrow at the council meeting I live live in in west west ridge ridge Marcello Marcello Raymond Raymond WGN WGN
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"The ruling was sixty three Chief Justice John Roberts and justice Neil Gorsuch ruled with the high court's four liberals say for the majority mayor Lightfoot is naming a new community working group designed to review the department's policies pertaining to the use of force best way to do that is by making sure that the community has see the table at the beginning of this process and that everything that we do reflects the community interests and needs a new use of force working group will convene in partnership with CPD over the summer to provide feedback she said she'd like to see some policies recommended within ninety days forty first ward alderman Anthony no politician says alderman who are willing to de fund police should also be willing to give up police resources he says he's going to introduce a resolution to let all the men move at least half of their officers to other wards six to seven years ago we we remove resources from a mental health programs the city Chicago and that was catastrophic so now we're talking about defining the police department's union one dollar to fund it sometimes catastrophic we got twenty five thousand people shot the city Chicago in the last eight years we got approximately five thousand murdered in the last two years I'm not willing to give up one police officer thirty third ward alderman Rosana Richard Rodriguez calls it a stunt that mocks the demand of protesters please see someone ignited an explosive device near an ATM in lake view last night happened in the thirty one hundred block of north Clark street the ATM was damaged but not destroyed the Supreme Court has passed up several challenges to the state and federal gun control laws over descent of two conservative justices gun rights advocates had hoped the court would expand the constitutional right to keep and bear arms beyond the home Chicago begins a cautious reopening of the Linnaean park this morning to see releasing a statement saying wanna park.
'This is animal abuse,' Chicago alderman says about Englewood home after dead horse found
"For to Chicago alderman are expressing concerns after a horse was found dead in the yard in the south side the horse was discovered over the weekend in a home on sixty First Street police and animal care and control investigating fifteenth ward alderman ray Lopez says multiple complaints and claims of animal abuse have been made over reports of a livestock spotted in the yard those horses spotted in the yard an investigation is now under
Chicago police searching for suspects responsible for 'brutal, strong-armed robberies'
"Chicago police have doubled patrols on the city's near north side they're trying to catch a crew of four to eight suspects have been carrying out brutal strong armed robberies seven since Christmas second ward alderman Brian Hopkins joins WGN's roe Conn he says the detectives have some strong leads we can close to apprehending them at one point when you mentioned we had the vehicle identified it was actually a white jeep are that have been reported stolen in suburban Homer Glen we came close to apprehending them they abandon that vehicle afterwards realizing you know now that was obviously you know a target and now there are in a kia that was stolen from nearby Lockport are just you know Jason to Homer Glen so we know the area that they're getting their stolen vehicles from we know the area that they're finding their victims it's just a matter of time before we catch up with them most of the attacks have happened in the area just east of water tower
Chicago coyote captured after 2 suspected attacks reported
"Chicago's animal control may have captured a coyote blamed for attacks on two people including a young boy earlier this week WGN's Judy weighing has the latest second ward alderman Brian Hopkins is tweeting this morning that preliminary indication suggests it is the what he says the city is a waiting DNA test results for confirmation animal control responded to report of an injured chi yo di in the seventeen hundred block of north Dane it captured the animal at about ten fifteen last night after shooting it with the tracklist or dart near willow and Fremont Avenue coyote captured is undergoing evaluation that animal control
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"And here's Vic Vaughn, it's overcast in thirty nine degrees at O'Hare protests and marches planned in Aurora for later today residents. There say they're outrage that convicted killer and former member of the sadistic so-called ripper crew Colt is moving into the wayside ministry there in Aurora. Thomas coke around was released from prison last week the post a protest organizer. Dr Matt Harrington says police they're already have enough to watch these forces very small. We only have thirty six officers on the street at any one time to charge protected community of over two hundred thousand and right now our police department is down by four percent dirty. Henry plant shooting six of Aurora's police officers were injured in that tooting back in February today's protests begins at eleven this morning. It's followed by March to Aurora city hall. A crowd of about one hundred protesters gathered last night at federal plaza in Chicago's loop. They held signs calling for the release of special counsel Robert Muller's report on Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen US presidential election is you're gonna go protest was part of a larger nationwide response to US attorney general William bars decision to ignore an April second deadline that was set by House Democrats to hand over that full report to congress last week bar said he'd handed over in mid April. If not sooner President Trump is it's the US Mexico border again later today ahead of that trip. Yesterday, the ACLU announced it's filed a motion to block construction of a border wall. BC's legal analyst Royal Oakes explains VCU argues that because congress has already rejected funding for the wall. The supposed- national emergency basis for the president's plan is really a sham. Simply a way to circumvent. The fact that congress refused to go along with funding for the border wall. The ACLU motion is part of a lawsuit filed in February. That challenges the president's national emergency declaration aback, locally twenty-second. Ward alderman, Ricardo moon, his accused of taking nearly forty grand from the city council's progressive reform caucus for personal expenses. Sometimes reports spend it on private tribe of travel restaurants launch Ray, and at a sex toy shop, he's agreed to pay it back Munoz's announced back in July that he would not seek reelection. Michael Rodriguez on the twenty second ward in the February municipal.
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"It's thirty seven degrees in Chicago this morning on her way to maybe fifty seventy today. Lori Lightfoot making history with her winning campaign for mayor of Chicago. She'll be the city's first openly gay and first black woman mayor she defeated Cook County board, president Toni preckwinkle in the runoff election. Lightfoot appears to have swept all fifty of Chicago's wards winning seventy four percent of the unofficial vote to twenty six percent for preckwinkle. She says she and preckwinkle can come together to work towards helping the city that they both love like foot will be sworn in Chicago's fifty six mayor on may twentieth. Several struggle alderman increases are still too close to call this morning. Rossano Rodriguez holds a narrow lead over incumbent. Deborah mell in the thirty third. Ward alderman, Leslie, Hairston leagues activist William Callaway in the fifth ward by a slim margin north side alderman, James Kaplan is leading a. Tight race in the forty sixth ward over Marianne LaLonde, it is likely that mail in ballots will decide some of these races. No one is hurt. After a massive fire destroyed a food factory on Chicago's northwest side. They're five alarm fire broke out yesterday at newly weds foods near right, wouldn't Polaski employees evacuated. Safely building collapsed after about an hour after the fire. Started metro trains were halted during the evening. Rush hours. It took crews about five hours to put out that fire and those are the headlines WGN sports the Blackhawks playoff chase ends quietly. The hawks were off last night while Colorado was beating Edmonton to eliminate the hawks for playoff contention with three games to go. Our xfinity Blackhawks report, the hawks host the blues tonight. We'll have the game at six thirty baseball. Both teams back at it. After a day off the White Sox in Cleveland later today, finding a home in the big leagues sponsored by the village Bedford park building for the future. Today's. Starter. Carlos ROA dot has found a home in the big leagues with the White Sox. The former first round pick by the socks made his big league debut in two thousand fifteen is twenty seventeen season was cut short by shoulder injury that delayed his twenty eighteen season. But he finished last year. Six mate with a four point one. Eight ERA SOX and Indians this morning eleven thirty five hero WGN and the Indians this morning announced a two year extension for manager Terry Francona through twenty twenty two the cubs play in Atlanta again tonight. The Braves reached agreement on an eight year one hundred million dollar deal with the reigning rookie of the year outfielder Ronald kunia junior. Former cub Daniel Murphy out at least a month for Colorado with an injury suffered Friday. The nationals lost shortstop trade Turner indefinitely with a broken finger suffered last night. The bulls are in Washington tonight, Virginia Tech, coach buzz Williams, reportedly leaving Blacksburg and heading to. Texas, am although of the Blackhawks the northwestern. Wildcats White Sox baseball, David WGN sports. Bacon. Crumbles? On who? Now that I think of it I'll go to Little Caesars Little Caesars. Deep dish pizza instead..
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"Because you believe in Chicago that no matter the black you live in the neighborhood that you call home who love who prey to whether you were born here, or you came here that this city wants you the city needs you, and you are a part of its future. To everyone who voted for me. And even those who didn't know that. I see you. I hear you and I'll never ever stop fighting for you. Susanna Mendoza coming out and saying she's conceding started out by saying, Justin. Yeah. She's disappointed. She's not giving up yet. It sounds to me. Like, she's she's there's a point right now. She's about nine percent with about seventy six percent of the vote. A very distant fifth-place make up what she'd have to make up to get even close even closer talking about thirty thousand votes with only twenty three problem from the beginning when it was clear that she was giving up a job that she should have followed through on. Because it seemed that she was a touch greedy to get into another one before there was a lot of questions about, you know, did you you knew you're going to run for mayor and they'd leak that right before her election for comptroller, where here she had already leaked the commercial that she was going to run that was it was a very bad sort of roll out of that. And it made voters question her Cam, we have not heard the last one system, and does she she is, of course, still stay controller. And I imagine that we will see her running for secretary of state down the line or something on congress. She she is a young. She's a she's a better campaigner than I think that we saw in this entire campaign. She came on pretty strong at the end. I thought she was doing pretty well. I thought you did really well. TD forum debate last week. I think this is a setback for knows. I think we have probably seen who asked like Bob fioretti, we've seen the last of Gary, Chico. Probably as a Bob fioretti. Yeah. Mccarthy is less than one percent. And. Yeah, and Gary McCarthy are for as long as he has been in the race to pull less than three percent. There's really not Willie Wilson still has any kind of impact and local politics or is he done running for office. Let's see have left to pass out. Probably a lot of forty four thousand votes, right? Place. And I'm just I wanna put it out there. The seventy eight percent of the precincts reporting after I mean, you have to continue to think Willie Wilson has a shot. Even though it is a long shot to be only four percent down in the actual place. I know you don't just long math. But I'm just saying he for forty four thousand votes to be on know twenty three thousand votes behind the third place person. It's it's it's a stress. It's possible. But it's, but it is an impressive showing him. I'll I'll say that. I think that he Susanna Mendoza and Anamar as well. Who is right now in about six plays renting is Ron last time. Yeah, I'm looking forward to the dollar per vote tally that comes in at the end. Actually, just does he run for congress? Does he run for office or some? I mean, I I don't know. I I don't he has certainly has some supporters. I want to get into the I think the story lines here. Obviously we're talking about the mayor's race. And that's important. You know, you look at the treasurer's race. And it looks like it's going to run off. There are incumbent alderman and not machine alderman that are going down tonight alderman. Joe Moore in the forty ninth war and got his bucket by Maria hadn't who was the progressive candidate young African American woman who Rogers park embraced. And it's it's interesting to say that because you would never think that they would not embrace alderman. Joe Moore who has been there alderman for decades. He was he was the thorn in mayor Daley side, it was him and Helen chiller that would always be the forty eight to two over and over and over and during the Emmanuel administration more changed his tune and said, you know, I'm going to get more done by working with the mayor than being against him. Rogers park said no, we don't want. None of that. Well, you know, there's this moment in time nationally as well as locally where the political mood is shifting the standards are shifting you talk about Mendosa running for one office, and then running for another that is historically commonplace. But it's not gonna fly right now. And there's a lot of things these alderman who may not be machine by an old standard. There's no machine gotta bring up another alderman who looks like he's going down. And this is not a Chicago machine alderman by any stretch, forty fifth ward alderman John arena who had who had one and very close elections on the last two go rounds. I think there was a runoff, and they were talking like three hundred votes. It's getting trounced by his opponent Jim Gardner who really is representing the non progressive factions in Jefferson park and Porsche park in the northwest side. But John arena who was a popular member of the progressive caucus. Does not look like he's going to be reelected in the fall. Forty fifth looking down the line. You see a lot of other big aldermen who may be forced to run off. I think of alderman in the thirtieth. Ward alderman O'Connor in the fortieth word another alderman that is getting beat or and looks like he's not coming back. As pro Joe Moreno, he alderman the first ward who has been in that that seat for at least two terms that he was on the bubble. And he was he was, but but he's getting his is he's losing an election to an to an unseasoned opponent who had a scandal of his own. I think the sometimes put his challengers scandal on the front page of the paper. So just interesting to see some of these household names and city council that will not be returning and twenty look at the ones who are what are they doing? Right. There's straddling as I was starting to say earlier, Pat Dowell old school and she'd been around for ten years. She had a progressive challenger who is a week challenger perhaps. But. Mixed reviews in the neighborhood the business with closing in. She had to backtrack, but she stood up on the seventy eight and people applauded her and thanked her. She's come across as thoughtful and responsive to the community despite support for the seated mayor Sophia king's king know, they're solid. They're done. A lot of the southside Ward's I want to go out west northwest side. Deb mell, the Mel dynasty devil is as winning by by ten votes. There's definitely going to be run. She's going to have a really interesting run off with with Rosana Rodriguez. Sanchez who is the Alexandria Cossio Cortez of this of this election in Congo. She's a young very passionate Hispanic woman and moderated the thirties reward automatic forum, and she has some very theatrics supporters. That's going to be a real knock down drag out battle. And here's a good ones as well in the fifteenth ward. And there's alderman Lopez who had a number. Challenges forty eight point five percent of the vote trouncing his his opponents in the fifteenth ward. But not enough to get a run off at this point. Avoid a runoff. Yeah. So very interesting there with all the other way to look at all this is that the reason the ones who are staying could be that the turnout was low. They were estimated elections was history. Maybe thirty percent be the lowest turnout probably maybe in history. If it hits thirty percent. It's gonna go. L go a little higher. But people who were not voting are are telling us that they aren't very interested in the in the office holders of long tenure either. And when they don't vote that throws the field open to all these young progressives. Walter Jacobson, March Halpern, Eric Zoran. Let's do this. Let's get an update on the results with Andrea. And then we'll come back, and we'll continue the conversation. Andrea. What are we got their results? We do we've been talking too much about mayor. Let's have some of these automatic race is the projected winners now are coming in. Because the votes are just overwhelming in the third ward. Pat Dowell being declared the winner with sixty eight percent of the vote the fourth word Sophia king moving to the seventh ward Greg Mitchell there the eighth ward Michelle Harris nine four Anthony Bill hangs on to that seat in the tenth ward Susan Garza holding on there as well. The eleventh ward Patrick Daley Thompson with seventy five percent of the vote to just with seventy five percent of the vote. They're being declared the winner in the thirteenth ward. Martin. Quin moving up to the eighteenth ward, Derek Curtis. These are all these are all the projected winners now because they're just running away with the vote in the nineteenth. Ward is an interesting eighty five percent of the vote today. Doers. Fifteen percents of Matt OJ hanging on in the nineteenth. Ward there on the south side twenty-second ward, Michael Rodriguez being declared the projected winner in Twenty-three Silvana to barris being declared the winner in that ward and twenty-seven. Walter Burnett hangs on Twenty-eight Jason Irvine at twenty nine Chris Farrell. Telly pharaoh rather and moving up to the thirty fourth war, thirty fifth ward, rather Carlos Ramirez. Rosa with sixty percent of the vote forty one. Anthony Napolitano winning that seventy to thirty percent over his challenger, Tim Hennigan in the far northwest side, forty word Harry, Ostermann forty nine Maria hadn't fifty Deb Silverstein. They're the winner. So there's some of the projected winners now on the automatic races. We'll have much more on your election coverage here, it's election night on seven twenty WGN..
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"I thought his Kaga police department didn't extraordinarily good job. All the way through this whole Jesse small length deal. Our superintendent Eddie Johnson went out of his way to say even in light of this hopes the next time this sort of instant is reported now, of course, the Chicago police department will continue to investigate all reports of these types of incidents with the same amount of vigor that we did with this one. My concern is that hate crimes were now publicly he met with a level of skepticism that previously. Didn't it didn't happen. No, I'm not I'm not a believer in hate crime legislation in general, but I get what he's saying. And he was deeply offended, and he was insulted that the city was dragged through the mud. I'm left hanging. My head and asking why? Why would anyone especially an African American man? Use the symbolism of a noose to make false accusations. I believe in supporting the police, and I'll tell you more on how you can do. So this coming weekend as we welcome Haldeman Mantos shea back to double the us before we talk about the fundraiser forgive behind the vast alderman. I wanted to get your take on your thoughts regarding the Chicago police department. I thought they did a pretty good job very measured reasonable response to these allegations from this actor, and I thought they played it almost perfectly your thoughts. I agree with you on a percent shot. You know, this is just another example of the strong leadership. We have and superintendent Johnson through to spend obviously, a difficult trying a couple of weeks, and you know, once again. Men and women the Chicago police department. Rose above and they've done a terrific job. Both on this issue painstakingly working through the evidence and taking their time and um. I'm I'm very proud to say that I'm strong support of the Chicago. Police department alderman O'Shea, I think Eddie Johnson has tipped his hand and said I'm done, and you know, this is going to be my last hurrah kind of you know, in right off into the twilight here relatively soon. But would you urge whoever the next mayor is to maybe keep Eddie Johnson on for a while? I think if we were able to keep Eddie Jobson's police superintendent with whoever the next mayor's that would be good for the city is well respected the women and women on the job. He's he's a strong leader is quiet leader. And if and if he decides on his terms that he's had enough a long story career, that's one thing. But I would hope that he would be there certainly through a transition. Just to keep things steady within the department nineteenth. Ward alderman is going to host his fifth annual pancake breakfast benefit in Chicago police memorial foundation's get behind the vest initiative as happening Sunday. How can we join you?.
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"Radio on tunein. WGN? News time is two o'clock. Let's get to the newsroom in victorville. Thank you, Nate fog and mist here's twenty seven degrees at the airport. US congressman, hey, we Garcia has endorsed seventh. Ward alderman, a mayo Pawar for city treasurer during the campaign for governor all the men for one my heart. I was quite moved by his vision by his ability to move everywhere, and in Illinois, it's one of three citywide elected positions awards running against state Representative Melissa Conyers urban democrat of Chicago and certified public accountant Peter Garrett the winner will oversee the city's budget, it's eight billion dollar investment portfolio as well as its pension fund Virginia governor Ralph Northam speaks out about the racist picture in his yearbook his admission to wearing black face and his political future in an interview with CBS news. He says he thought about resigning, but has decided he will not step down calls continued throughout the weekend for Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax to resign. At least two women accused him of rape both say through their respective attorneys that they're willing to testify in an impeachment. Hearing perfects denies both allegations. He's called upon the FBI to investigate Minnesota Senator Amy klobuchar has launched at twenty twenty presidential bid. She joins us at crowded field of Democrats that now includes five women currently serving in congress. I will tell you what I think I will focus on getting things done. That's what I've done my whole life. And no matter what I'll lead from the heart. Speaking Sunday, as she made her announcement, White House officials are not ruling out another government shutdown at the end of this week, lawmakers say negotiations have stalled Democrats are reportedly offering two billion dollars in border wall funding, they also want to limit the number of beds at detention facilities at the border and exchange for that funding. President Trump suggested in tweets last night that he hasn't yet ruled out declaring a national emergency and back locally at toddler shot. In the head last week is still in critical condition. No one has been arrested. It happened Thursday night on the south side near ninety ninth. And through the one year old was in the back seat of an SUV with two siblings is mother in the driver's seat. Someone fired a gun from a passing car and father Michael Pfleger helped out with the thirty five thousand dollars reward money and any body with any kind of conscience. Who knows anything about this should look at that picture that baby? And decided they got to do something and do it. Now. Do it quick Congo? Police say was drive-by shooting that the boy's.
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"Happy that the judge saw fix extend the operating hours yet again. We obviously have a continuous now set for may second. He says an architect has been called in to remove a second floor bed found inside the building violates city's zoning rules the Grammy. Award winner is said to more than one hundred seventy thousand dollars in back pay on that studio another endorsement today for mayoral candidate, Bill Daley. Former Vice President Al gore was in town to throw his support behind Daley. He ran Gore's historic but unsuccessful presidential bid in two thousand early voting will expand across Chicago on Monday with voting and fifty wards right now, the loop super site is open election day in Chicago is February twenty six students at two schools on the far southwest side. Now have large state of the art editions mirror manual in nineteenth. Ward alderman, Shays celebrated the annexes Esmond elementary and Morgan park and Mt. Greenwood elementary, the beauty is what our kids are accomplishing in this building. I got one word to all those cynics. All those people that keep saying those kids not that neighborhood. Nothing that background. The eagles got something to show. You you come here and look at the eagles the additions feature new classrooms science labs and outdoor playgrounds. The Olympic medals at the twenty twenty seven games in Tokyo will be may completely from recycled cell phones, and laptops, eight tons of materials are needed to make them. The actual designs won't be revealed for a while. And now WGN sports, here's Kevin Powell. Thanks came out. Oh porter. jR, we'll start tonight with the bulls take on the nets in Brooklyn. The man was acquired when the bull sent Bobby Portis in Jabari Parker to the wizards. In a deadline deal bowls have dropped six of seventy xfinity. Blackhawks report hawks on their longest winning streak in nearly two years. They've reeled off six straight last night in overtime winner. Over the Canucks. Jonathan tapes supplying the game winner hawks host the Red Wings Sunday. We'll have it here at one thirty Bryce Harper and Manny Machado still have yet to find new homes with less than a week until pitchers and catchers report both players have been linked to the White Sox Phillies. Now, the Padres. And giants have reportedly entered the race for the top two free agents tough blow for Indian star shortstop Francisco endorse out seven to nine weeks with a calf strain, which means a likely miss opening day and the cubs and cardinals could face in London next season. Major league baseball reportedly deciding between that rivalry matchup or the Mets against the nationals. They would face in June of twenty twenty at London's Olympic stadium decision expected after this year's opening day on the home of the.
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"Ryan burrow, twenty nine degrees. Lots of sunshine in the Chicago area right now. A little bit of cloud cover at O'Hare twenty-second. Ward alderman, Ricardo Mundos appearing in court this morning on a charge of domestic abuse involving his wife back on New Year's Eve. He pleaded not guilty to misdemeanor domestic battery bond set at two thousand five hundred dollars. He was ordered not to contact his wife new congress will be sworn in today and among the new faces from the area. Thirty two year old Lauryn Underwood a registered nurse from Naperville. She becomes the youngest black woman and US history to serve in the house. Clean energy entrepreneur, Sean Casten from downers grove, and hey, sues chewy Garcia from Chicago. Also, joining congress for the first time more from ABC's. Karen Travers in Washington credit. Ably diverse group of lawmakers coming in saying the most diverse ever you've got a lot of women now serving in congress twenty five women in the Senate more than one hundred now in the house and a lot of historic. I just to take some of them. Are you have the first Muslim women serving in congress? The first Somali American woman, the first native American women, and of course, Alexandria across yo Cortez. The youngest woman ever to serve in congress at twenty nine years old, and they'll be led by Nancy Pelosi who takes the helm as house speaker, the seventy eight year old leads the democratic controlled house now which holds the control of the house for the first time since twenty eleven Harvey police looking for a gunman who opened fire on a couple of entering a home yesterday afternoon, killing the man, injuring a pregnant woman Harvey police chief, Gregory Thomas asking the public for help. We have chemistry area off a video. And we'll provide the media will they clipping of a description of our suspect. Fully anything we accident. If anybody can identify our suspect via the video, if they would please utilize a tip line woman said to be in serious, but stable condition as US bishops meet for a retreat in mundelein, Roman Catholic diocese across the US have released the names of more than a thousand priests and other accused of sexually abusing children in an unprecedented. Public reckoning spurred at least in part by shocking grand jury investigation in Pennsylvania, four months ago, nearly fifty diocese and religious orders have publicly identified child molesting priests in the wake of the August report. If you five more of announced plans to do the same over the next few months another down day on Wall Street after a weaker than expected manufacturing reports stocks dropping down six hundred and fifty points before bouncing back a little bit one stock that continues to slide apple which fell seven percent yesterday, wiping out about fifty billion dollars in value. The plunge coming after CEO Tim cook announced the company fell about nine billion dollars short of its revenue goals largely due to poor iphone. Sales in China many wondering if this means they can see a drop-off in prices. But Janai Norman says no concrete indication from the company that there are any plans.
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"I'm Don clapping in the WGN newsroom. Ready to join the conversation live whenever a story changes on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN. thanks for being with us. We're going to talk a little bit about tits and why we should care and what a tiff is. And what a back to the basics ordinances all going on in your city, and you need to know what is going on forty fifth. Ward alderman, John arena joins us. How you doing alderman? Oh, I'm so sorry. How are you? Issues this time of night. No problem. I'm doing very well. Thanks for having me on. Hey, first of all I hear at a not so secret a secret that's not so secret anymore. I know you were huge bears fan. Yes. And you were at the game yesterday. Yeah. Me and my brothers have season tickets, and we got a chance to go down tailgate for a little bit. Enjoy the wonderful sky. Go weather and and then enjoy a great game. I hear you guys have always do a nice tailgate. Yeah. We we've been practicing at this number of years now. Now is this one of those steak and lobster tailgates or is this Bradshaw. Burgers. And I make a mean Popper we call them mud jalapenos stuff with the good things and wrapped in bacon. Oh that sounds really good. I have a friend who has made a tailgate maybe like a year or so ago. I thought I was going to go for hamburgers and hot dogs. I'm not kidding, you trim cocktail, and they did like a surf and turf they were grilling steaks out there. I think tailgating is getting a little more. Hi, Ed Soldier Field. Well, we're the self-services lot. So it's a little it's still still pretty Rupe? Rough out there. But it says a lot of fun. It is boy. And you know, what what a game you saw. Holy cow. Yeah. It was. Yeah. It was definitely was a great defensive effort. You know, we we know the offense is struggling with a couple of things. But a lot of the pieces are there now as we've seen over the last couple of years, we're in a place now where we're nine and four were, you know, looking at a playoff berth. And and who knows after that, I think they're gonna take the Packers this time. I really do. I think we're in position to do it this year, and that's really exciting. So that's the next game. We're gearing up for I hope so anything special at the pair at the Packers tailgate this weekend. Trash talking. I'm sure. In terms of the the menu. We haven't figured that out yet. That'll be Friday, right. Friday saturday. Yeah. Figured it out over the weekend. And then get ready for Sunday. Well, the reason we wanted to have yet. First of all we have to talk a little bit about tiffs and people are gonna go. Oh my God. What's a tip? First of all explain what it is. And why we have to care why we should care so to do with our property taxes are controlled so we pay our property taxes. Generally, if you look at your property tax Bill, it divides it up, you know, what percentage goes to schools and parks to the general corporate fund for you know, the funds the operations of the city our libraries things like that. And what changes when you're geographically and a chest. A tip is started in the first year of its creation. It's kind of a bar where the the the amount of money that's coming in in that particular year. And then over the course of twenty three years, it's assumed that property values will go up and income from your from your. Property taxes will steadily increase, and that's the increment. So from where you were in your one to where you are, you know, later in the life of the tiff there's an amount of money that's taken and set aside into a special fund, and that money can only be used for infrastructure projects physical projects within the boundaries of tiff that's defined at the beginning of the test. So if there's a school in your tests like in my case, we have sure is high school is in the Portage park. So we're currently building a putting three million dollars into a new sports fields for that school. That's a real tangible improvement. We can use that money for the other thing that chips can be used for is to incentivize development projects with the private sector in places where we wouldn't normally see that development happened in this moment in time. And this is where we can we can use these things. Well, and sometimes there's been examples where we haven't used them. So well, and what what we're doing. We recently we we were asking for some real clarification on when we use tip for private development to making sure some fundamental checks and balances are adhered to to to give Arkansas which wants more assurances that they're they're they're tax payer money. Their tax funds are being used wisely and not being used to grant privileges to developers that they really don't need to incentivize a project. Okay. So I was at the finance committee meeting today, we were all there. Basically for alderman Burke, it was his first his first public appearance since the FBI federal agents in his offices so stayed for the the meaning, of course, and you were there was an ordinance being proposed. I called the back to the basics ordinance. Explain what that is. And that you're trying to get past today. Explain first of all what that does. And what that is. So what that does is is literally get back to the basics of what tips were created to do at by the state legislator, and in this in the state law that created the ability for us as a as a municipality to make it says that we have to define and limit the creation of two that are considered bladed. Now, that's a legal definition. It's not a kind of an emotional definition of what we might one person might consider versus another legal definition in the in the originating legislation, and we are we are asking in this ordinance to make sure that we go back to that. Basic definition, the definition of blight has been kind of created a been used as a more subjective term in our opinion. And and. And so when people look at a shift being created on downtown on, you know, LaSalle street, there's many reasonable people would say that is not a blighted area that has opportunity for investment that people will come in and renovate buildings and create businesses and and locate their corporate headquarters downtown because it's downtown Chicago others might argue differently. Our position is that we wanna define what light is. We look at blade as places where there isn't the potential for investment where nobody is going and hasn't gone for many many years to invest and try to rebuild economies that have fallen flat in our in our city southside, Westside, vacant, lots old warehousing areas things that aren't getting investment or have been sitting derelict for years. Our ordinance basically such that. Standard. And then says there's a term called but four-test meeting will this project move forward. But for the city investing some of this taxpayer dollars in the project itself. So we're just trying to set and clarify what the standards are not only for taxpayers, but for the developers themselves, you know, to say, look, here's where a project would have would rise to qualifying for tiff. And here's where a place where it wouldn't. And as we go forward from here. Use those standards more transparently. Okay. I mean, it it. It sounds confusing. But if you listen, very carefully, it makes a lot of sense. So you have to prove that the site blighted as you as you mentioned meeting, vacant or absolute it has the past the but for test because right now tiff is notoriously used in financially stable or even thriving neighborhoods. And this is the big, you know, this is the wow moment, which many of us know, it is handed out to development. Companies that could adequately financed the projects in question through private funding. And I think it prevents favors to. Exactly we want. We want transparency we want a clear standard that this administration or any future administrations will all be held to. And and we think the ordinance kitschy that there's difference of opinion there from the administration. And that's why I think you saw some of the actions you saw today I want to ask you about that to you tried to call it for a vote. It was well, we'll tell you what happened. But it's something that everybody knows especially everyone should know period. But especially in Chicago now with this back to the basics ordinance that you're trying to push through. And we'll tell you what happened today in council chambers can hang on for a second alderman. Absolutely. Okay. We'll be back after this on seven twenty WGN. Check.
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"Thirty four degrees at O'Hare. In Houston today, a military salute as the casket carrying the late President George Bush was placed on a jet used by President Trump is Air Force One the president's body being flown now to Washington is being courted by family members and friends as well to begin the official ceremonies in Washington. The president will lie in state until Wednesday. Chicago police have arrested a suspect they've identified as an African American man in his mid twenties in the seven got three people on the west side last month. Superintendent Eddie Johnson victims in their fifties and sixties all stabbed multiple times and all in close proximity to Roosevelt row, which is the border between the city's ten and eleven districts led. Detectives to believe that they may have been committed connected. He says the suspect who is yet to be charged originally lived in the area left and returned just a few months ago today is the deadline for challenges to nominating petitions in the race for mayor. There are. Twenty one candidates Scotto Merrill candidate Lory Lightfoot is criticizing fourteenth. Ward alderman, Ed Burke, after the rate of his offices last week Lightfoot says the federal investigation should and any oversight Burks office has regarding worker's compensation in the city. No ability, anybody outside of his small little keep them. They have no idea. What's going on there? Two hundred million dollars a year that you have no idea between Leonard Lawlor not that have to be stripped lights, what life was a guest on WGN Steve Cochran show. The city of Chicago is marking world aids day with some encouraging numbers. It says that in twenty seventeen the city had the lowest number of new diagnoses since nineteen Eighty-nine just over seven hundred and fifty and police in the southern Illinois town of Allerton say an early morning fires destroyed the village mayors home. This is the third home that she's lived in that is burned to the ground. They think someone through something through JoAnne reads window, causing the fire this morning. We'll check your money sports, traffic and weather next on WGN to seventy.
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"Home all portage township schools in indiana are currently on a lockdown status superintendent amanda lynn is confirming just before nine a m that she had been contacted by police chief troy williams regarding some suspicious activity near vaguely middle school atlanta's says she initially ordered nearby schools to be lockdown not allowing anyone inner onto the buildings but extended to all school buildings until the extent of the suspicious activity is determined williams posted earlier today on social media that there would be extra police presence at portage schools today in response to that shooting wednesday in florida out and when the president does address the nation we will carry his remarks live here on w l s condolence books have been set up for the public at city hall and the eighteenth police district purple bunting flags at half staff all in memory of slain police commander paul bauer the 19th ward alderman matt ochej is home to a lot of police officers and firefighters the alderman talked with big john and rambling ray this morning about the legacy of bauer all bauer was a wonderful man a wonderful policemen so well respected so well thought of uh you know a term we like to use the real police but what what i think is nice that's been captured is what a wonderful husband and father paul was also oh shades publicizing the get behind the vast pancake breakfast this sunday eight saint john fisher school at 100 and twenty second straight in mount greenwood the charity raises money to buy bulletproof vests four police now as far as the shooter in the case of bond hearing is scheduled for today shomari leggett has been charged with firstdegree murder of felon in possession of a firearm and possession of narcotics in connection with the death of commander bauer again he is scheduled to appear in a courtroom this afternoon through cargo receiving more than a million dollars in federal grant money doubt produce diesel pollution from city buses and equipment used at o'hare the epa announcing the funding for the ct a and the department of.
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"By team hyper get perl mortgage just search t r a f f i x chicago mary van about the began traffic central the terror threat has been lowered from its highest level in the uk after friday's subway attack in london abc's tom rivers is they're down from critical to severe home secretary amber road the assessment is made by an independent organization and they have clearly decided that sufficient progress has been made to have that confidence isis has claimed responsibility but british officials say there is no proof yet that it was involved tom rivers abc news london hurricane jose and it's ninety mile an hour winds of sport tropical storm watches reports of the us east coast but it's another storm that has several caribbean islands in the crosshairs richard pasch is a senior hurricane specialist at the national hurricane center in miami he says hurricane maria could retreats hurricane erbas path of destruction very significant trick to use a possibility here we could see a dangerous measure hurricane them couldn't the northeast crude syria literature no quote origin islands in puerto rico jeanmarie is moving towards the leeward islands in the eastern caribbean with sustained winds of up to ninety miles an hour chicago police are looking for his suspect fired shots outside a south side church sunday two people were injured eight ward alderman michelle harris speaking to channel outside the church says police believe it was gangrelated from daddy region now the anawar than telling us we gallo more work to do a 17yearold was shot in the leg of 24yearold suffered a graze wounded the back of the head it happened just before two in the afternoon near 90 second in south cottage grove family and friends of a missing chinese color gathered sunday on campus of the university of illinois champagne or banner a remembering yang ying zhang spent been one hundred days since she was last seen in surveillance video getting into a car the police say is owned by brent christensen he's charged in her disappearance the fbi says they believe jiang is dead and no body has been found 95 chicago police officers were added to puts role over the weekend mayor emanuel made the announcement sunday at an event in the city's inglewood neighborhood these additional officers are part as i said of israel overall comprehensive strategy make use your more police are on the street kids guns and gangs are off.