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CBS 2 News PM Update 071020

CBS2 News Chicago

01:09 min | 2 months ago

CBS 2 News PM Update 071020

"I'm Erica Sergeant here at the stories making news at this hour, the archdiocese of Chicago released more details today about its plan to bring students back to class in the fall, students will be grouped together with their homeroom class, and they will all stay together throughout the day. There will be specific. Walking routes within the building and temperatures will be taken by everyone for everyone coming into the building each day. Chicago police announcing a new summer mobile initiative designed to foster relationships with people in the community. The officers will visit different districts every week to take part at various community events. The Superintendent promises this to be an all hands on deck approach involving every city agency. All Chicago bars and restaurants that serve alcohol will now have to close at midnight. Alcohol sales must also stop at eleven pm. Since the city entered face three of its reopening plan, seventeen businesses have been cited for not following the rules in one was ordered closed turning to the weather where finally feeling a break from the heat this weekend, but it won't last long. Join US ON CBS to or CBS CHICAGO DOT COM for news updates around the clock I'm Erica Sergeant.

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CBS 2 NEWS PM UPDATE 07-01-20

CBS2 News Chicago

00:49 sec | 3 months ago

CBS 2 NEWS PM UPDATE 07-01-20

"I'm Erica Sergeant. Hear the stories making news at this hour. A three year old girl shot in the chest. Last night is expected to survive. It happened in West. Inglewood police believe the gunfire was retaliation for an earlier shooting. They don't have any suspects. COVID nineteen concerns in Indiana. The numbers are going up and that put the brakes on plans to move to face five. The state was supposed to allow restaurants. Restaurants to open to full capacity on Saturday, in Illinois, numbers remained steady, and for the first time in months, casinos reopened today. There are several restrictions in place. Though turning to the weather cleared night tonight with temperatures in the seventies, sunny and hot tomorrow highs in the eighties in the city nineties in the suburbs. Join US ON CBS TO CBS CHICAGO DOT COM for news updates around the clock. I'm Erica surgeon.

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CBS 2 News AM News Update 06-30-20

CBS2 News Chicago

00:51 sec | 3 months ago

CBS 2 News AM News Update 06-30-20

"From CBS to newsroom meet Hassan Four. People shot at a Shell gas station on Chicago, right near Orleans. They were in an SUV when someone in a red sedan just started shooting at them, according to police, and then the shooter just drove away. Paramedics took the victims to a hospital. All in good condition police do not have anyone in custody so far in order to keep shootings down Chicago. Police will deploy an extra twelve hundred. Hundred officers on the streets for the fourth of July weekend. Those extra officers will be patrolling. The streets starting on Thursday the corona virus is forcing Chicago to cancel the Bud Billiton Parade, the traditional back to school event celebrated by Chicago's black. Communities won't be held due to the pandemic your forecast today partly cloudy with isolated storms possible in the afternoon. Look forward to and high of eighty-seven from CBS newsroom. I'm used to meet Hassan.

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CBS 2 NEWS AM UPDATE 07-08-20

CBS2 News Chicago

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

CBS 2 NEWS AM UPDATE 07-08-20

"From the CBS to newsroom I'm use Masan here are some of the top stories we're following for you today. One person is missing in Monroe harbor after a boat hits a break wall in the water. During a lightning storm rescue crews called off the search overnight, but there are planning to go back out there and look for whoever fell off. Board wants the late is better. People rushed to the rescue after a rollover crash on. On the Dan Ryan by the time, the Fire Department got out to the scene right near the chinatown feed, while witnesses had witnesses rather had already pulled the two people from their car. Both of them are expected to be okay. Your forecast today is going to be mostly sunny, hot and humid. You might see a stray thunderstorm here or there, but expect highs in the mid nineties s from CBS newsroom. I'm used to meet Hassan.

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CBS 2 NEWS PM UPDATE 06-30-20

CBS2 News Chicago

00:57 sec | 3 months ago

CBS 2 NEWS PM UPDATE 06-30-20

"I'm Erica sergeant here. Are the stories making news at this hour? They know what they look like now they need to find them. The and Chicago police released videos of nineteen people as they set fires to businesses and cars during protests last month. Many caught in the act. Now they're hoping the video will lead to arrests seven hundred twenty four new cases of the Corona Virus in Illinois and twenty three more people have died. Are positivity rate the number of people? People, who test positive versus the number of people who get tested is at four percent. Still the state isn't taking any chances with social distancing. It's warning people. They may close starved rock and Matheson state parks this weekend. If two people show up turning to the weather, temperatures fall to the seventies tonight with mostly clear skies partly sunny tomorrow, a high of eighty-three join us on CBS TO CBS CHICAGO DOT COM for news updates around the clock. I'm Erica, Sergeant.

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CBS 2 News AM News Update 08-11-20

CBS2 News Chicago

00:52 sec | Last month

CBS 2 News AM News Update 08-11-20

"From the CBS to newsroom I'm Ryan Baker with your Tuesday morning headlines in the aftermath of Monday's widespread looting across the city. The loop remains under restricted access. Until Six am downtown expressway exit closed with several of the bridges raised Chicago police will maintain a heavy presence to deter any further vandalism and violence which was sparked by Sunday's police involved shooting in. As many ransacked businesses boarding up again, cleanup efforts from storm damage continue across the area over seventy mile per hour winds left trees uprooted and property smashed as early as this morning over seven thousand comment cusses were still without power more than four hundred, thousand more in the dark. At some point, it'll be slightly cooler and less humid today with a high of eighty four download the Chicago APP stream news around the clock CBS in Chicago? I'm Ryan Baker.

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CBS 2 News PM Update 070320

CBS2 News Chicago

00:56 sec | 3 months ago

CBS 2 News PM Update 070320

"I'm Erica Sergeant. Hear the stories making news at this hour. The city is cracking down on Chicago's beaches. The past few days we've spotted people flocking to the closed beaches without any problems, but today police were on hand keeping people away. The city will so take a hard stance against bar and restaurant owners who defy capacity limits right now. Only twenty five percent of the inside space can be filled. If a business goes beyond that limit, they will be shut down and find and fireworks shows will look different, too many towns or having several shows in different places, so everyone can watch near their home. Other towns are hosting them in large parking lot, so people can stay in their cars. Turning to the weather. Hot Hot hot temperatures fall to near seventy. Highs near ninety for the next several days. Join US ON CBS CBS CHICAGO DOT COM for news updates around the clock. I'm Erica certain.

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CBS Evening News Anchor Norah O'Donnell

The Takeout

39:32 min | 10 months ago

CBS Evening News Anchor Norah O'Donnell

"Pre Okay Major Garrett yes CBS. Yes I welcome Major Garrett from the nation's capital major fantastic it's the takeout with CBS News. Chief Washington correspondent better. That's nonsense major Gary. And you should know better. Welcome to the very best part of my broadcast week I major Garrett host and creator of this amazing program known as the take where each and every week we are two do things principally der audience one relentlessly curious to steadfastly non ideological and sometimes we're also kind of a family show now I know oh in a general sense. We're always a family show but today as we have been occasionally in the past were CBS family and we are joined by not only broadcast. Journalism royalty but we are soon going to be joined by restaurant royalty the broadcast journalism royalty nor O'Donnell anchor of the CBS Evening News News and managing editor of that broadcast. Nor it's great to see you. Thanks for joining. Wow thank you for my inaugural visit. Hopefully I'll be back many times. I mentioned restaurant royalty where it's chef Jeff's you know chef Jeff. Don't you Nora yes. I'm sleeping with them. That's not a revelation to anyone. I am married. That's that's good exactly. And he is the The owner of Chef Jeff as well as other restaurants in Washington some of which we have taken this show too Tortilla coast and cafe deluxe. But we're at chefs. Hang out right here on New Mexico Avenue Northwest DC. So nor. I just WanNa talk to you a little bit about why we're doing the show with you because it it is to not only memorialize celebrate something very big in history the CBS Evening News. Tila audience what it is if they don't already know well we are. We've launched the CBS Evening News here in Washington DC. The only evening news broadcast To originate from our nation's capital Never before has has that happened During the Huntley Brinkley days They did half of their broadcast from Washington. And so this is I. Think continuing many ways. What is a history of innovation? CBS CBS News. If people don't know actually. CBS created the evening newscast over seventy years ago. CBS was also the first broadcast in color. And and and so hopefully this continues the tradition of CBS kind of catapulting into the future in terms of broadcasting history. We did a little as you might imagine dear audience Some some promotional work to announce this Zoe. That's sound bite number. Take a listen to that. Our nation's capital decisions are made here that affect all of us and today more than ever people want truce understanding and accountability. So join us every evening as we bring you. CBS News original reporting from around the world. One thing I wanted to ask you about the idea of bringing the show to Washington I spent a lot of times. You will remember on the twenty sixteen campaign. I met a lot of trump supporters. I met a lot of people who don't like Washington all that much. And they are displeased with what they see or they're prepared intellectually or emotionally to tune it out. Are we trying to get them to hear from Washington more or get them to speak their displeasure to Washington. More the reason that we wanted to bring the broadcast to Washington because it fits in line with the values of CBS. What are we good at? CBS We're good at reporting breaking news. We're good at storytelling and contextualising. The day as well as report and seat has always been very strong in Washington in terms of Of its reporting and so it's my background being a reporter. This allows me in some ways to return back to my roots and my strengths. You and I first met as reporters covering Congress covering any many years ago. Lay back in the day when when we were in our twenties uh-huh long ago for me than you. Yes Good Times and so on but look you forget that just about every decision that affects our lives has a nexus to Washington. Think about Weather right and extreme weather and climate change healthcare policy. You know everybody. In America Eric is upset about their healthcare right. I mean I I'm upset about sometimes my health care you know Trade Policy Gun Policy Z.. Taxes yes thank you for finishing my sentences and only do that on the show never anywhere else folks so all of those things I mean for instance just yesterday. You know I I've been wanting to do something on Rosa Parks because December fifth marks The anniversary of the Montgomery bus boycott GEICO which then of course leading to the civil rights movement and Rosa Parks. Well guess what the Library of Congress just happens to be having its The first ever exhibited Rosa Parks so I was able to zip over there quickly on Thursday nights broadcast about that so this is a kind of opportunities that Washington affords us and for me to really get out there and rather than just be seated at a desk ask anchoring I want to play for audience also this zoe sound bite number two this. is you talking as you took on the anchor chair about the legacy of the very broadcast casts your the managing editor of number two ZOE. There's a great legacy here at. CBS News of the finest journalists one of them was Edward. R Murrow who eloquently captured the power of television division. When he said this instrument can teach it can illuminate yes and even it can inspire but it can do so only to the extent that humans are determined to use it to those ends otherwise? It's nothing but wires and lights in a box. There is a great and perhaps decisive battle to be fought against ignorance intolerance. It's and indifference. This weapon of television could be useful to Mr Merle. We will try to use it well and with integrity. That is really something that I think for everyone of us who is lucky enough to work for. CBS is part of our inspiration. It's part of the shadow that we carry with us every single day we come work. Edward R Murrow and that legacy in that standard. That was my closing what I wrote for my closing night anchoring the CBS Evening News and that's a famous. Edward R Murrow speech speech called the lights in a box speech and You know I was struggling the night before. With what can I say that's meaningful and also inspiring to other people at CBS News News and And I use that to really make the point that what we do is incredibly important in this field of journalism and especially broadcast journalism. The box that is television all those no longer box. It's now like a thin rectangle or it's on our phone or whatever. It is pat. Yes that Nigga can inspire. It can illuminate and I always say that the what journalism can do is not only inspired but it can also hold the powerful accountable it can expose abuse akin expose corruption and that's the power television. I think in many ways to our reporting in Washington. We're we're tough on the president. We're tough on members of Congress because we're supposed to be that's the role of a democracy. That's as part of a free press. It was enshrined You know is the first amendment. They didn't make it the the tenth amendment they made it the First Amendment for a reason and so I I take that really seriously and I think it makes our democracy stronger and I know that's make some people not like the media or the press but think about the abuse and corruption that the press is exposed and hand and it does our democracy good and some of my audience made no Edward. R murrow is kind of marble like figure of American journalism. WanNa give my audience a chance to listen to something something broadcast on. CBS November Twenty Fifth Nineteen Sixty. You may know the name of this documentary but you'll hear it at the end. Let's play that Zoe. That's number three read. This is an American story begins and ends in New Jersey New York State with the harvest. It is a nineteen sixty Grapes of Wrath. The begins at the Mexican Border California an ends in Oregon and Washington. It is the story of men and women and children who work one hundred hundred and thirty six days of the year and averaged nine hundred dollars a year. They follow the Sun. They are the migrants workers in the sweatshops shops of the soil the harvest of shame. That's the name of the broadcast the harvest of shame and to your point nor television journalism can be lights in a box or it can be poetic hold the powerful accountable and illuminate in ways that having having spent fourteen seventeen years in print journalism before it got into television. I know print can't do print can do many wonderful things. We both know this but television has special acute power. It does and it was interesting interesting. I was just talking to an investigative producer. Who said one of the things that we can do is explore Explanatory journalism right and so we can take people with television cameras and explain what's happening happening somewhere in America or in Congress are we you know. I think there's a burden that we face are. We doing that with the current charges against the president and the impeachment scandal. How we explain the importance importance of Ukraine to US national security How we fully dove into in a digestible way for the American people about the efforts of Russia Iran Iran and China to influence our elections? And how they're doing it through technology in other words and actually they're seeking to divide us so anybody that thinks Oh. Americans are so divided we are but actually we have foreign governments that are trying to sow division and discourse that division against us. Is that division anytime. Yeah and so but to your to your point about that that particular broadcast. How can we explain some of the most difficult issues of our time because that's important to have an informed electorate to have functioning Democracy Chrissy Voice of Neuro Donald with for segment to chef Jeff's state from CBS News? This is the takeout with Major Garrett. Welcome back I'm with our special guests Nuoro Donna words. CHEF JEFF's Let's kind of an in family. Emolument I guess you know Constitute Lita silent on that standards hundreds on this exactly. We're paying and their chef. Jeff Right. They're doing hello say Hello Chef Jeff. That's right even asked for pizza. I don't the only thing I'm GonNa get my chef Jeff's Burger. I'm GONNA eat all these appetizers there we go. This is this is this is. This is the highest pinnacle of service. We get you and Patrick Patrick's better services don't run yourself down Jeff. You are doing a fabulous slouch the best launch. I've ever met. Thank you honey. There we go so yes the the broadcast is now in Washington but it's still L. A. National and international broadcast and we do at CBS a tremendous amount of international coverage more than our competitors oftentimes and that is to do. What and why do we? Why do we hold onto that when our competitor is run on the other direction? Well Is How still happen to believe that. America's most powerful country in the world It certainly our military might makes us number one in the world You know we contribute a lot to foreign aid and we send our troops all around the world and so we should report port about what's happening in those places. Where American taxpayer dollars are going? And where we're spending blood and treasure and so Charlie Dagda has gone back and forth to Syria multiple times to explain find. What's going on there Elizabeth Palmer to Iran? You know behind the scenes and also to Moscow. Holly Williams has also been in Syria. Iraq Afghanistan Each of these places where we have American interests you know I heard the number of the other day and I that we have something now like more than three dozen basis between Iraq and Afghanistan military bases. I was stunned to hear that I knew because I had traveled Donald Rumsfeld after nine eleven the part of the reason even after this longest war. That's going on Afghanistan that we're keeping basis ears because we want a presence there. It's almost kind of like what we're doing in South Korea. But we've had the presence since the Korean War even then there's really no war going on right there's a strategic interest in having a foothold in that part of the world and a couple of months ago on this very program. Graham we talked in Austin Texas to Admiral mcraven. He's amazing and he said you know. Look we're going to stay in these places for a long time and he to look. Uh when I was developing the very first counter-terrorism strategy for the Bush administration after nine eleven I was told by an academic you're putting political contours is to this you have to but you have to think about terrorism as the way we think about fire in our local communities we stationed fire stations. We inform the public on ways to minimize risk. Ask and when there's a fire the fire department deploys but they have to be near the place where the fires likely to happen to be of any use. That's conceptually how we have to think about out this global war on terrorism. That was a metaphor but I thought was incredibly instructive when we don't hear very often in Washington but actually simplifies it. luminated as you describe what we're doing and that's why we have to do these stories in Syria Afghanistan Iraq and elsewhere and not unlike that we always say the best way to cover over story is get as close to it as you are. News organizations news organizations spend an enormous amount of money flying reporters all around the country to get close to a story to help to tell that story. Also why we wanted to be in Washington is to get as close to a story as you can Not only because this is a historic impeachment of the president. United States is the two thousand presidential election some of the issues that are broken system here in Washington and to be able to cover that story as best we can. You've you've watched politics play out as I have for a very long time. You've seen supposed to eat. We eat yes. I should take one of those pizza pizza and and give it today and give it to the crew. Yeah the crew camera. Imagine not fussy about. Oh no I'm not either. I knew you were never fussy type Major Garrett right. We don't camera. We enjoy food on camera and enjoy. What food does as your husband? Well knows MHM food enhances. Every single conversation does food changes. Everything changes how you Orient Yourself. This isn't a bright lights big city interrogation as I always you say it's a conversation so you've watched politics and you've watched the media. We've both lived through this era of tremendous change in the media. The business model is under stress. People doubt us in ways they didn't when you and I I got into this business. Doubting the media media has always been part of the American Syndrome but it seems more intense. Now how do we address them. How do you think about that when we think about what we're doing everyday look I think think In part of my traveling across the country to our affiliates and talking about what the CBS evening news is going to be. I've said look. There are plenty of channels out there. If you're seeking affirmation nation we're delivering information and I think that's true. I mean that's largely largely true of the broadcast networks. And I think. CBS holds a standard. A gold is the gold standard of journalism and You were we're extremely popular in rural areas you know and I think many conservatives like CBS news because they think CBS news is fair. You know more so than perhaps other channels that they may watch. And so. That's one way I look at it but I think in terms of what's driving this division. There's a couple of of different factors in my view. One is you have an entire Financial Media Complex that is making money off division and rhetoric. So you have On cable you have Fox News Channel where I know you used to work you have NBC and MSNBC COMCAST. where I used to be a part of that You have CNN. These are channels that make an enormous amount of money through subscriber fees on cable and they are looking at a business model and that business model they have found out is to offer for partisan talk conflict cells conflict. I don't think that that's That's a type of media. Certainly it's a type of television And while some of them do have elements of broadcast journalism. They're still purposes not journalism. That's very different from what we do. We do not We are very strict about conflicts of interest above board. That some of our you know. Those channels don't have similar standards that we adhere to. We talked to multiple sources before we report something. Something we have. There are lots of stories. We do that go through a very rigorous process you know on sixty minutes their lawyers in the room all the time you know. There's is all kinds of practices that things that are that are of high intensity for evening news or CBS. Only say that because I want people to feel like they can trust the product that we put on on the air. That doesn't mean you can't criticize us. Let us know that you don't like it but I want people to trust that process because we are trying to deliver fact based news everyday AAC real news that you can trust so that people can make informed decisions. I want to know what the truth is and I also think that you know I think part of what we do too is. Whether it's Steve scalise you know The house minority leader who Is One of the most conservative members of Congress. He spoke with me for sixty minutes. Joe Biden has spoken. Oh can with sixty minutes so you know very program. We've had more trump cabinet officials than any program. That doesn't air on Fox yes right. Seek out and we've had plenty progressive liberals who denounced and so we had this conversation that goes back and forth right getting to the people who are in the in the room or who make the decisions what matters we suicides. We still continue to report critically. Kley about Democrats re report critically about Republicans when they may do something that deserves our and yet we still have conversations with them. That's part of the process that has existed in the past. So I do think that's. That's part of this financial media conglomerate. That is driving apart and causing division number two. I also think that there's a real issue that comes with redistricting in America. You and I are both old hill. Rats I cover cover a lot of congressional races. We have in this country. It started many ways in two thousand under Newt Gingrich who is a strategy to make districts more red and blue districts more blue so that they're easily re elected. We have less districts in America. That really have you going out there and fighting to try and get some Democratic or Republican votes or moderate votes to get elected. You really just now only have to win the primary and that makes that makes Congress More liberal and more conservative over here and less people here in the Middle Right and I'm reading a book right now called the big sort. That Anthony Anthony Salvator ahead of polling. I talk about regularly and that talks about something that is it addition to redistricting which is since the mid nineteen ninety s Americans. Because of their wherewithal are moving into communities that are more like themselves and we have a higher percentage than we've ever had before of landslide counties and landslide communities in our country even when elections are close close the neighborhoods that we live in our one or the other liberal or Conservative and we are self moving ourselves into places of shared values shared orientations orientational self segregating segregating. That's separate from. The politicians. Politicians are ordering us to do that. We're doing it ourselves. And that's something. That is intensifying. Meaning where we're living extra people and going to church with people and going to people that have the same political beliefs that we do. We're not we're not Spending time with people who may I disagree with us. And who can enlighten us to change. Our views executive Voice of Neuro Donna. Our special guests here at the take out because this is a family program a CBS News family. And I'm delighted that nor whereas with it's where Jeffs he was here delivering our appetizers. Were diving at all that back for segment three in just a second from CBS News. This is the takeout with Major Garrett Walkabout for segment three Patrick Chef Jeff. It was here. He says you're better than he is. That's a high bar but Patrick Nor would you like to have in addition to all these fantastic appetizers. That chef has showered upon our table. I will have just a little small Kale Caesar since I've already in the last couple of sizes pizza with light dressing. Have the chef. Jeff Burger with cheese and Bacon. Please thank you so good. Medium well. Medium plus which is not medium well it's inbetween medium and medium mm-hmm well medium plus. We'll see what Jeff has to say about medium plus. It's a thing nor trust made thing it's it's absolutely changing aging the world option of regular price appraiser small salad regular fries regular-priced. That's very simple. It's very simple thank you patrick. Thank you thank you so tell my audience nor which is fifty radio stations around the country. CBS An audience and podcast subscribers. A little bit about yourself. Is this the Pinnacle Job for you. It is not a job that I ever thought I would have I never thought I was going to anchor them. CBS This morning I plan to. I spent my time versus a print reporter for roll call and then I joined NBC News and covered the White House the Pentagon and Congress the opportunity came up to join. CBS News and they offered me the job of chief. White House correspondent covering the Obama Administration and also as the chief substitute on face the nation for Bob Schieffer and I thought wow able to fill in for Bob Schieffer. You know that. That's a incredible opportunity and so I left. NBC after about a dozen years and joined a CBS. And kind of just always thought that I would work here in Washington and then After about a year of doing doing the chief White House correspondent job. I was offered opportunity to join Gayle King and Charlie rose who then integrated that program on. CBS This morning and You know kind of uprooted my whole life to go to New York and And Jeff who continue to own restaurants here we commuted back and forth. He did most of it because the kids went to school. In New York and It was a great journey was a great opportunity and really kind of stretched me journalistically and also And then this odd I was offering African Susan's Renske became the president of CBS News. She offered me the opportunity. He's been a guest on this very program. Is that why you should listen to that way. It's fifty five minutes of Absolute Rynski. Brilliant she's unbelievable Ebel talking about someone who is there in the Washington bureau during Watergate. I mean saw it. All in fact did she tell you the story that when the announced Roger Mudd has written a book is called the place to be which which really about the heyday of the Washington bureau. which was You know cronkite wanted that to compete with the Huntley Brinkley. And so Bob Schieffer was there. Roger Mudd Eric Sever override so when cronkite was leaving and Dan Rather got offered the job of evening. News Anchor and not Roger Mudd Z.. Says that she saw Roger Mudd holding a cup of coffee and that he just went like this and crushed the cup of coffee. It wasn't styrofoam okay. She didn't say she. Do you know like surgery on his hand taking off. I think it was Sarah Phone but anyway she seen it all seen it. Also that's the that's the quick of my at least broadcasting career so this is not. This is not a job that I ever thought that I would do but I am thrilled. And in that era we have the portrait's in New York and in Washington and our bureau chance to take a tour. There are tourists of made available to you. You can see them. You have to buy them at auction for charity or no or no want somebody that is to say when when you work at. CBS You live with the living embodiment of Eric. Several right Roger Bruce Morton Connie Chung all these people who who defined I think for entire generation if not two generations how you melt journalism and television how you take the sensibilities of the career that you and I both started started in print journalism the rigor the intensity the focus and then wrap it around this special medium which is evocative which creates emotion which creates responses onto video and audio bring an emotional response and ways of print medium simply cannot absolutely and. There's a different way I mean I can remember as a print journalist for roll-call Bob then joining. NBC News and writing for television is a lot different than writing for print. You know writing to sound bites. It's a it's a much different craft. It's the pictures not overriding them. But learning how to underwrite learning how just to say enough that let the pictures carry the emotion and the information. Yeah and we're in a new era now with this this president because Whether you like him or not he is an incredibly effective communicator for his own goals. I like to tell the story that when I covered George W Bush and was out there when he was governor of Texas and his first trip. From Iowa to New Hampshire. It was called the great expectations tour and and Bush's pushy stories. Say about us the mediate that you guys are the filter the filter. I hate talking through the filter. Well trump has managed to do away with the filter There is no filter on twitter. He gets to say exactly what he wants. He gets disseminated. There's no press releases anymore. The White House Egypt's briefings there. No breast blew take him. The president just goes out to the lawn and speaks while the choppers is swirling around. And it's difficult for reporters DAX ask questions. So that's how how much has changed even just in my short period as a as a journalist covering the White House about how presidents communicate. It's also true of this president. And is Stephanie Anthony. Grisham is now third Presa career which she would say it. He's the most assessable president ever. He takes more questions than any president in the modern era. And that's certainly been my experience. My experience goes back to president. Clinton Donald Trump. We'll talk to us all the time. Nearly two hours yesterday London three different photo opportunities. That turned into mini press conferences. Because he knows he can command the stage age. He loves to command the stage and he loves to churn that which he uniquely as President Can Churn in the media atmosphere which is remarkable. I mean as you over someone who's covered other white houses and certainly there's always been a contentious relationship between the press and the president. Think about Bill Clinton. He hated the press. The Clintons Clinton's hated the press because there were so many investigations of you know what the Clintons were doing. You know. Think of the Lincoln Bedroom Scandal Whether they were auctioning off you know areas of the white the house for access for donations the Whitewater Scandal Paula Jones. Yes I mean so that was. But that's part of the oversight that the press certainly does you know Obama his Justice Department investigated more journalists than any other. Intented jail should Rosen and James Reisen in particular. That's right sitting out on trump's ever done that. I pointed out to audiences all the time say. Donald Trump is the worst thing to the press if we yes. His rhetoric is the worst question but he hasn't tried to jail. Anybody Bob at twice voice. Yeah so each of these. Are you know that I mentioned that contentious relationship. This president is is so different because of how he rhetorically lambasts the press in calling the press the enemy of the American people. And that's a that's a phrase that has not been used by the from the president's that that that I've covered and we'll be part of his obituary whenever that day comes you will never be able to escape that on. It's a little bit about your upbringing. So my parents will my mom's uh-huh parents are off the boat from Ireland and so My mother grew up in Queens. My Dad's from Staten Island. My Dad was drafted during the Vietnam War while he was in med school. So is the tail end. The Vietnam Wars. We didn't end up going to Vietnam but then spent the next thirty years in the US army. So I'm an Army Brat. I grew up in an army family. I lived on military bases all around the world In Landstuhl Germany when I was younger than we went to San Antonio Texas where I spent most of my childhood and then did a two year term in Lived in Seoul all South Korea and young son airbase there in Seoul South Korea and then came back and did high school in San Antonio Texas so I consider myself an army brat rat and Texan and then went to Georgetown University. Which is where I met chef jeff in the cafeteria food philosophy I got a degree? Degree in philosophy Impart because I loved reading and writing and I do love I did take Latin of course too but I don't read Blattner country but I just loved the study which is anyway. It's okay yeah But I did love the The study of ancient philosophy and And turned out to be a great major for becoming journalist. Why in thirty seconds? What is philosophy? Help US journalists critical thinking critical thinking in the belief in an absolute As well you can be relatives to but an ad belief in an absolute truth for it. Absolutely necessary Horton and I do believe there are facts and I do believe there are absolute truths. That's the voice of Nuoro Donna. We're very happy to be a chef Jeff's here on North West Washington DC. It's a busy time in Washington for sure and we're also celebrating memorializing the move of an important legacy broadcast in America the CBS Evening News Washington DC The managing editor of that broadcasts Neuro Donald the anchor of that broadcast our our our special guests back for second four hundred it from CBS News. This is takeout with Major Garrett. Welcome back nor Donald Special Guest Anchor and managing editor of the CBS. Evening News my friend and my colleague and I'm very happy that she's join us as we celebrate and memorialize the CBS Evening News to Washington. DC CHEF JEFF's this truffle. Popcorn is so good. WHO MAKES IT CHEF Jeff? The creation job creation. But he doesn't. He's not making a talented in the kitchen. And just in case you missed segment one neural. Donald Sleeps was chef. Jeff Jeff those are her words not mine because they're married. That's okay kids. Don't worry about it but it's not a scandal so You have been on the late show with Stephen Colbert. I have been lucky enough to be on the late show with Stephen Colbert. It's a heady experience. It's wild to see how hard he works and how he preps the audience and how engaged the audiences and I don't Oh by you nor but as I stood behind stage I'm like what if they don't do anything. Yeah what if I'm announcing the leg. Who and I say things that are like what are the audience? It's all dead. It's like you're just dying out there. I'm like I'm so afraid of this happily when okay when great for you but I want to play something So get ready for this number five so the great comedic writers Stephen Colbert put together. Rejected sign offs the CBS Evening News. This was on July nineteenth two thousand nine hundred zero. That's number five. These are the rejected side office. Nor donal did not want to say I'm Nora uh-huh donal and you can't make this stuff up folks. Good good night and good luck with all that I'm Nora. O'Donnell that Nora O.. Does it good good. That's good. That's good and that is the CBS. Evening News Wow I need a drink okay. Hey let's just say this folks. There have been times in the northland of the White House that I had it back the broadcast to you nor and I thought to myself. Wow I need a drink yes because it is sometimes sometimes and certainly covering this White House. It's like sipping water from a fire. Hose I often say it's like sipping from seven. Yeah right there's not just one. I wish there were one. I sometimes say I would take one firehose. I'm kind of used to that in Washington but seven. It feels like some days it does. It does not only is there just because the the the president is voluminous. Yes he's he's verbose yes and but then just the level of detail of everything that goes through not only fact checking the president and everything he says that takes time time it takes effort But also just for instance every detail of for instance the impeachment inquiry all of the information with that. So it's it's it's unlike anything I've ever been a part of so when I talk about being managing editor of the Evening News. Maybe someone would say. What does that mean? Help them understand. What does that mean? So that is a title that not every anchor of either on the evening news or other. Evening broadcasts has had It's a one that people seek. You know Tom Brokaw had it. Certainly Scott Pelley had it Walter Cronkite And it means means not only that you anchor the program but that you were an editor of the program so in that. There's a certain responsibility that goes along with that in terms of developing the structure. Sure of the program and so we have many journalists that contribute to the program and we have writers and producers that all put it together. But I do try and read through every script And everything that I read or you know. Those are words that I've signed off on beforehand and certainly I have a role in What goes on the show every night deciding in which stories we want to cover? And so that's what the managing editor title means. And there is an idea or a notion. Sometimes in television that someone's a presenter or reader this elevates that you're still a reader you're still a presenter I've been fortunate enough times to substitute for you. I have felt what that feels like. It's a special responsibility. How you hold the broadcast how you present it? That's not an immaterial part of this process at all but the editorial process takes it to another level. Sometimes you've on television. Division are referred to as talent and certainly takes a lot of talent to do television. There's always put that in quotation marks. But there is you know you certainly have to be able to write your own scripts you have to be able to report and be able to get people on the phone You have to actually break news. which is hard to do? You know it's hard to really separate spin from what is actual reportings and report that and so that's part of You know the challenge every day is how do we we want people to watch the CBS. He is evening news. Why because it's going to be more than what you've got on your phone and that alerts me more than what you read in the newspapers more than what you saw on cable television? It's context depth clarity. It's breaking news. I do think we already do that. Every night. Your reporting is that our our international correspondents. I mean they've been doing this for decades. It's just really one of the always been the brightest despotic. CBS News is our international coverage. Probably because of Edward R Murrow and his broadcast out of London during world. War Two so that legacy continues and I've read interviews that you've done. Where are you talked about? Certain stories that got to you emotionally after Las Vegas and the shooting their other their stories natural disasters where you see as we often see in journalism the juxtaposition that the almost incomprehensible juxtaposition of tragedy an intervention. That's ROIC that's humane that uplifting and trying to put all that together and also as you're trying to hold it yourself. Yeah I mean look one of the great things about being a journalist is having a front row seat to history and that's true being a White House correspondent no doubt no doubt because you're sitting in the front row of that press briefing room but as Anchor managing editor of the CBS. Evening News when you travel to Las Vegas and then I was anchoring the morning show and then to go into someone's hospital room who who had a bullet go right by their spine and we're almost paralyzed into sit by someone's bedside and talk to them about how they feel that's really that's that's one of the hardest things about this job. In some ways I find e calling. Up are asking questions to a politician to a criminal easier infinitely easier. It's such what more in my comfort zone. Then talking to someone who has just lost family member I mean oh my gosh you know we. We just did that in El Paso the Walmart shooting and to go inside. Someone's house and ask them about out apparent that is now deceased because of a gunman. It's just you know you you just you feel uncomfortable asking someone questions because you don't I wanna yet. They they do they invite us into their home. Because I want to bring focus to that and so that's a really solemn moment they trust you even though you're an intrusive outsider and you have to balance that reality you're an intrusive you're you're intruder we in that role are intrusive and yet we have to establish a rapport sense of trust a sense of an emotional connection and you have to do really quickly. Yeah the only thing I would say about that just because the word intrusive in some ways like I think of an intruder you know and The interesting thing is if you ask someone most of the time People WanNa talk. I find that really. Do you ask how you ask on credit important and people do ultimate everyone at the heart of human experience is to be heard and to be understood and so we I think in some ways to also offer people opportunity to be heard to be understood. Certainly when they've been through a traumatic experience when they've gone through abuse at the hands of an institution like the Catholic Church. Let's say for instance I mean or the four store the Air Force when we did those. That's that is one of the most emotional stories I've ever done is is talking talking to cadets at the US female cadets the Air Force Academy who had been sexually abused and then dropped out and watch their perpetrator graduate. Yeah that's one of the most famous soundbites of your Emmy Award winning. I mean I worked with Jennifer Janisch on this For six months and she worked so hard to get many of these cadets to talk to us I mean because they're yeah they're and they're not supposed to talk to the press. They're not even supposed to leave. Leave the base in order to talk to us and these women you know anybody who gets into a military academy if you know you not only have to be academically Superior you have to be athletically superior so I think you know these. I'm thinking he's the toughest woman I've ever met and then have suffered heard Sexual Abuse and sexual harassment and then to watch them Saab in front of me. I just thought what are we doing. What are we doing our best and brightest and that that the that reporting writing was recognized by an emmy and I still think about those women to this day and why the military really needs to clean it up because we need more women serving not less voice of Neuro? Donna are very special August. Stay tuned for the takeout out our chef. Jeff will bring us some family secrets. Maybe I major Garrett. Thanks for joining US next week for more from this week's conversation download unload takeout out. BESSIE AL Tuesday morning. 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CBS2 News Chicago

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"I'm Erica sergeant here the stories making news at this hour black lives matter protesters are planning to shut down the Dan, Ryan, expressway tomorrow the shutdown will be at forty seventh street at noon while that is expected to be peaceful police, fear looters, we'll try to downtown again, the mayor released a five point plan today to combat them. It includes a social media teams searching, for Post, that encouraged. Groups to hit certain locations. The Chicago Bulls fired head coach Jim. Boylan. Boylan led the Bulls to a thirty nine and eighty four record over two years and turning to the weather clear skies tonight lows in the seventy s we could see storms tomorrow temperatures in the eighties and sunny on Sunday. Join US ON CBS two and CBS CHICAGO DOT COM for news updates around the clock I'm Erica Sergeant.

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Talking Tech

04:18 min | 7 months ago

Streaming update - CBS, Vizio and HBO

"Talking Tech is brought to you by Pitney bowes with send pro online from Pitney. Bowes it's just click send in save for as low as four dollars ninety nine cents a month and stay tuned after the show to learn about their special offer just for talking tech listeners. I've got a bunch of updates for you from the world streaming including a new look for the struggling. Cbs Access Service away to watch HBO ON YOUTUBE TD and Disney plus his finally finally on video smart. Tv's I'm Jefferson. Graham this is talking tech. Let's begin with. Cbs All access which began as a way to watch CBS. Primetime shows whenever you want to see them in crude also offer original programs like sequels to star Trek and the good wife all for five ninety nine a month or ten dollars monthly without ads now. Cbs looks to greatly expand the offering with movies and TV shows from the Corporate Library which also includes Paramount Pictures Nickelodeon MTV and vh one meanwhile for subscribers of Youtube TV the streaming cable TV alternative year won't have to go directly to the HBO now streaming APP TO SUBSCRIBE HBO. Because HBO CINEMAX and the new Hbo Max Streaming Channels will be available on Youtube TV for a separate fee beginning in the spring. And as I noted if you have a video TV and wonder why you couldn't see Disney plus on your smart td good news folks. Video has finally gotten with the program and found a way to get Disney on its platform with a software update. So what do I make all this well? Video makes fine. Tv's but I wouldn't buy one for the SMART TV aspects first of all. This is a closed platform that only offers specific channels to you. Yes you can get net flicks for but for months. No Disney plus in video sells through. Tv's cheap and makes the money on the back end by selling your data to marketers. That want to know what you're watching when and for how long so if you have a video tv I would switch to the apple TV streaming player instead because apple is way less intrusive about our data. Roku Amazon also sell the information to others for Youtube? Tv HAVING HBO available as an option. Isn't that big a deal? I mean it's already Oliver Roku Amazon as well. How often do you click to buy additional pay-tv channels? I know I never do for. Cbs All access. The programming infusion could not hurt. Why would I spend good money to get channel with on demand? Cbs Primetime shows the same. Ones I don't watch for free now. Cbs is now part of the Viacom powerhouse and has more programming at its disposal though. I don't see MTV Nickelodeon and comedy central having mctavish shade that they did twenty years ago but I could be wrong listeners. What do you think? Look for me on twitter where I'm Jefferson Graham. Even less than you talking. Please subscribe at the show wherever you listen to online audio and I'll be back tomorrow with another quick hit from the world of Tech. Usps shipping rates are increasing. So now is the time to save with Sen pro online from Pitney bowes starting at just four ninety nine a month with send pro online from Pitney. Bowes it's just click send and save for as low as four dollars and ninety nine cents a month. You'll save up to forty percents off. Usps priority mail plus for being talking tech listener. You'll receive a free thirty day trial to get started and a free ten pound scale to ensure that you never overpay no more time consuming trips to the post office send pro online from Pitney. Bowes allows you to print shipping labels and stamps right from your computer or schedule package. Pickups and track shipments all the way from departure to arrival. Plus you'll save up to five cents on every letter go to PB DOT COM slash talking to access this special offer for a free thirty day trial plus a free ten pounds scale to get started. That's PB DOT COM slash T. A. L. K. I. N. G. Experience a savings and your shipping costs with a free trial of Sen pro online from pitney bowes.

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CBS2 News Chicago

00:58 sec | 2 months ago

CBS 2 News PM Update 071420

"I'm Brandon. Would you the stories making news this hour? Two more states added to the list of places Chicago residents have to quarantine. If they visit those states, I Oklahoma the order goes into effect and Friday, total seventeen states, and now seeing surging cases of covid nineteen, some good news to report on cases in Illinois seven, hundred and seven new confirmed cases today. That's the third day in a row the number. Fell below one thousand and pot is paying off for Illinois in the first six months. Recreational marijuana has been legal in Illinois. The state raked in fifty two million dollars in taxes so far users have spent almost a two hundred and forty million bucks on marijuana to the weather clouds moving in tonight, but not much cooling temperature stand seventy s near ninety tomorrow and some storms join us on. CBS OR CBS CHICAGO DOT, com for news updates around the clock I'm Brad Edwards.

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CBS 2 News AM News Update 07-10-20

CBS2 News Chicago

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

CBS 2 News AM News Update 07-10-20

"The CBS to newsroom I'm used and here are some of the top stories. We're following for you today. A car crash at her on and Lasalle River north. The driver crashed right into the building out here and our nonstop news crews were there. We saw bullet holes in the car and talked to one witness who says he heard about sixteen shots eight from one direction eight from another. Another, we're also seeing cove. Nineteen cases rise in Illinois for two straight days. There are more than a thousand new cases reported twenty deaths. It's been more than a month since we saw numbers like this your forecast today, we could see some rain this morning. Ben The Sun will come out later this afternoon expect highs in the eighties from CBS to newsroom I'm used to meet Hassan.

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CBS2 News Chicago

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CBS 2 News AM News Update 08-06-20

"From these CBS newsroom I'm Ryan Baker with your Thursday morning headlines. Illinois health officials continue to monitor a troubling. covid nineteen cases more than seventeen hundred were reported Wednesday. It was the Fifteenth Street Day with more than one thousand new infections. The state's positivity rate remained steady at three point nine Percent Illinois Congressman Rodney Davis has contracted the coronavirus, the thirteenth district. Republican, issued a statement on his facebook page. He says wife tested negative as well as staff members. Davis is the third congressman in the past week to come down with covert nineteen. The blackhawks are just one win away from advancing to the next round of the Stanley Cup playoffs after rallying to a four to three win over the Edmonton oilers Jonathan scored the game three winning goal with a little over a minute left in the third period we'll see more sunshine today with a high closer the normal of eighty-one download. The CBS Chicago App Stream News around the clock at CBS in Chicago I'm Ryan Baker.

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CBS 2 News AM News Update 07-14-20

CBS2 News Chicago

01:05 min | 2 months ago

CBS 2 News AM News Update 07-14-20

"From the CBS newsroom. I'm Ryan Baker with your Tuesday morning headlines. The Chicago Marathon is added to the long list of COVID. Nineteen cancellations. The forty five thousand runners who registered for the October eleventh rates can get a refund or use the entry fee for upcoming Chicago Marathons in twenty, twenty, one, twenty, two or twenty three Gary. Mba, students have the opportunity to the classroom or continuing e-learning when school restarts on August twelve. If parents choose to keep their kids at home, they'll receive a chromebook with the hot spot for Internet access. Access for students heading to class mass will be mandatory at all times. We'll still waiting for Chicago public schools to lay out their back to school plan amid corona virus concerns the nation's second largest school district in Los Angeles announced yesterday that students will not return for person class in the fall. It'll be another dry day. Temperatures will start to inch up towards the nineties with a high of eighty eight be sure to download the new CBS Chicago, APP and Stream News Twenty, four seven at CBS in Chicago I'm Ryan Baker.

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CBS 2 News PM Update 071620

CBS2 News Chicago

00:59 min | 2 months ago

CBS 2 News PM Update 071620

"I'm Brad Edwards here. Are the stories making news this hour? Heart wrenching moments in the sentencing hearing for Joanne Cunningham. She's a crystal lake. Mother who admitted killing her five-year-old son AJ friend Dane Court prosecutors played video of joing yelling at Aj one point. The boy says he never wants to see his mom again. He died just a few weeks later. Public beaches in Michigan City will be closed for a week starting tomorrow. The mayor made that decision out of the fear of. Of covid nineteen, the number of people packing those beaches many from the Chicago area, they may reopen next Thursday and the Chicago Teacher's Union calling for remote learning when classes resume in the fall. They don't believe it will be safe to be in class. Turning to the weather, nice evening ahead lows in the low seventies, sunny and warm tomorrow Andrew Friday high of eighty eight join us on CBS to or CBS CHICAGO DOT COM, for news updates around the clock I'm Brad Edwards.

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CBS 2 News PM Update 072120

CBS2 News Chicago

01:05 min | 2 months ago

CBS 2 News PM Update 072120

"I'm Brad Edwards here the stories making news this hour. Another state added to the Chicago Travel Order. If you are coming from Kansas, you must have spent fourteen days in quarantine in Chicago. Seventeen other states are on that list, Wisconsin as close to being added for its rising numbers, speaking of numbers, nine hundred and fifty five new cases in Illinois, twenty three more people died similar numbers Indiana despite a smaller population, they are reporting seven hundred and thirty four new cases and twenty more deaths mayor Lory. Lory lightfoot says she will be watching federal agents very carefully. Hundred seventy, five headed to Chicago focus on illegal guns search warrants. The mayor will be monitoring them to make sure they don't do what happened. In Portland Oregon and round people up for wall, not rather identifying themselves turning to the weather now rain moving tonight. Temps drop down to the low seventies partly sunny tomorrow, high of eighty-three join us on CBS to or CBS CHICAGO DOT COM for news updates around the clock I'm Brad Edwards.

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CBS 2 News PM Update 082020

CBS2 News Chicago

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CBS 2 News PM Update 082020

"I'm Brad Ed retired the stories making news at this hour Chicago police believe one person's beyond the stabbing four homeless men in Chicago. One of them died the first victim was stabbed on July Night Illinois set another record for Covid nineteen testing nearly fifty, two thousand people tested in the past twenty, four hour state says more than eighteen hundred new cases and twenty-seven more deaths just days. After Notre Dame announced, it was going online for two weeks five football players tested positive for covid nineteen there. Now in isolation six other players who came in contact with them are in quarantine. To the weather now, clear skies tonight lows in the sixties sunshine tomorrow high of eighty four join us on CBS CBS CHICAGO DOT COM for news updates around the clock I'm Brad Edwards.

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CBS 2 News PM Update 080720

CBS2 News Chicago

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"From the CBS News Your Bread Edward cheered the stories making news at this hour today Indiana. So its highest number of new coronavirus cases since the pandemic began and in Illinois more than two thousand people tested positive for Covid nineteen in just one day, it was more than two months ago. We last had more than two thousand cases in a day L. Annoy businesses not following the mask and social distancing guidelines can now be fine up to twenty. Five hundred bucks rule does not apply to individuals who violate the mask requirement, Gerona viruses causing Chicago and other big convention. The Pack Expo International Show, has been canceled. The November show would have brought in one hundred and thirty four, million dollars to Chicago turns out clear and cool tonight in the sixties. But things warm backup and time for your weekend. Join US ON CBS to or CBS CHICAGO DOT COM for news updates around the clock I'm Brad Edwards.

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CBS NEWS AM Update 07-18-20

CBS2 News Chicago

01:13 min | 2 months ago

CBS NEWS AM Update 07-18-20

"I'M SUZANNE LEMONADE HERE? Are the stories making news at this hour? At least eighteen police officers are hurt in twelve people arrested after protesters clashed with officers at the Christopher Columbus, statue in grant park fireworks were thrown at police as well. Some protesters tried to tear down the statue of Columbus. A large crowd raids department store on the MAG mile and a massive smash and grab leaving shelves Empty Chicago. Police say anywhere from fifty to eighty people broke out the front windows of the fair store just before midnight. No one is in custody. Seven people are heard in a five car crash overnight. This was near Yates and seventy fifth and south shore police say a man spent through a red light at that intersection and slammed into four other cars. Everyone hurt in the crash was taken to a nearby hospital. Police say none of their injuries appear to be life threatening weather today the high is going to be in the mid nineties with a heat index near one hundred five. There's also a heat advisory effect from noon until ten tonight, so stay safe out there. Join US ON CBS to or CBS CHICAGO DOT COM for news updates around the clock I'm Suzanne Legno.

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CBS2 News Chicago

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CBS 2 News PM Update 081120

"I'm Brad Edwards here the stories making news this hour three, hundred and forty seven thousand comment customers without power right now twenty four hours last night storm comment says, the damage is so extensive some people may not have power until Saturday damage is great in parts of Rogers Park. That's where Tornado was confirmed with touchdown. Most of the damage includes down trees and snapped power lines and the big. Ten. Made it official no sports this fall for the college teams the region covid nineteen. We're now waiting to see if other conferences follow suit to the weather. Now, we're headed for a great stretch temps fall to the sixties tonight and nothing but sunshine Wednesday Thursday and Friday with highs in the low eighties joins US ON CBS CBS CHICAGO DOT COM for news updates around the clock I'm Brad Edwards.

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