The Mincing Rascals this week are John Williams of WGN Radio, Eric Zorn, Publisher of The Picayune Sentinel, Austin Berg of the Illinois Policy Institute, Brandon Pope, host of ‘On the Block‘ on WCIU, and Cate Plys, former staff writer at the Chicago Reader and political op-ed columnist at the Sun-Times and Tribune. Take a look as they prepare to record the new episode. And listen to it here: https://wgnradio.com/wgn-plus/the-mincing-rascals/the-mincing-rascals-11-11-23-migrants-in-chicago-israel-hamas-war-invest-in-kids-program/
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The weather pattern has caused serious drought and heat wave after heat wave. In this First Warning Weather University lesson, Chief Meteorologist David Yeomans explores what La Niña is and its little brother, El Niño.
Information about the updated COVID-19 vaccine booster
https://www.kxan.com/news/crime/sources-officer-shot-in-southwest-austin/ A man was arrested for Capital Murder Tuesday in connection to several homicides as well as the shootings of an Austin Independent School District officer and an Austin police officer, the Austin Police Department said early Wednesday morning.
A total of six people are dead after a shooting spree in multiple locations in Austin. Bexar County Sheriff's Office confirmed two additional people were found dead in a double homicide, and the suspect was believed to be connected to all incidents, officials confirmed.
A 34-year-old man died after having a medical emergency inside of the Golden 1 Center in Sacramento.
A young Kansas City Chiefs fan is being accused by some of being racist against Black and Native Americans for painting his face black and red while wearing a native headdress to a football game. Now, his mother is defending him, claiming he is of Native American descent.
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Drug cartels make presence felt in 'safe' American communities