Coming up next
Philadelphia officials tell public to wear cloth masks
Republicans by the way expressing confidence they can pull off their convention as scheduled
Philadelphia Opens 2nd Coronavirus Testing Site, Cases Reach 1,675
I'm Jeff pash Philadelphia is set to become the first city in the United States with the medically supervised injection site for opioid users after a federal judge confirmed his earlier ruling that the sites are not illegal K. Y. W. city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb reports judge Gerald McCue entered a final order in a loss to the U. S. attorney William explained brought against the nonprofit safe house to prevent it from opening a safe injection site safehouse vice president run double fine says the order clears away legal obstacles to the site we were gratified that he stood by his analysis that we do not have any legal process and that we do not violate federal law we have consistently believe that trying to save lives it's not a crime between promises to appeal the order but confined to a safe house can still move forward our plans are to provide evidence based initiatives and open it as soon as possible she declined to provide a timeline or proposed location but says safe house officials will discuss next steps at a morning news conference at city hall Pat Loeb KYW newsradio a temple student was killed in a hit and run near the main campus Monday night K. Y. W.'s Mike Dougherty reports Philadelphia police have the car the rescue for the driver to turn himself in it was just before nine o'clock last night when police say twenty seven year old R. J. Agnew forty was crossing the street near eighth and Cecil B. Moore when he was slammed into by a gray Hyundai going the wrong way on eighth street accident investigation division captain mark over Weiss says the driver and the passenger ditch the car two blocks away we have a vehicle in custody we noted it is the vehicle eventually we will get the driver I would encourage the driver to examine your conscience to do the right thing and give us a call and tell us their side of the story over why says Agnew forty who is a part time student at temple was in the crosswalk when he was struck the collision sentencing one hundred fifty feet and it was all caught on Warren Allen's doorbell camera there's no changes on stop it you know they are very radical anybody within mission on the driver is asked to call police at police headquarters Mike Charlie KYW newsradio New Jersey governor.