Philadelphia, Mike Denardo, Charles Mitchell discussed on KYW 24 Hour News
Good evening. I'm Pattani Sheridan Howard is at the editor's desk. Three things to know at seven forty five. President Trump announces his new choice for ambassador to the UN after his previous nominee. Heather Nauert pulled out last weekend. His new choice is the current ambassador to Canada Kelly night, proud. Number two women are being put on alert for a crime. That's been incurring itself. Philadelphia over the past two months. Police say that a man armed with a knife has been attacking women surveillance video of the suspect at our website. Philadelphia students are continuing their opposition to a plan that will require metal detectors at the entrances to all high schools. I Mike DeNardo the school board has been considering a policy change that would force the three district high schools that don't use walk through metal detectors to use them. The workshop school in west Philadelphia is one of them Charles Mitchell. A sophomore there urged aboard committee last night not to mandate a metal detector at his school. I go every day through our tiny doorway and proceeds the class. It would be unethical to try to add a huge metal detector. And a way there'd be kids upon kids lining up around the corner trying to get in and it will give students demand that if they come late. Don't miss this long line. Mitchell says metal detectors would destroy the atmosphere of trust at the school. And he's collected. Two hundred petition signatures against the move board member Mallory fixed Lopez took his comments to heart. I heard. What you said, I think it's being taken very seriously, and I can tell you that extinct completely with that. Metal detectors are not what are not what we need. The issue is one of a number of policy changes up for discussion. But not a final vote at next. Thursday's board meeting. Mike DeNardo, KYW NewsRadio. Patriots owner Robert Kraft is charged with soliciting prostitutes at a Florida spa with possible ties to human trafficking. There was a police thing on the orchids of Asia day spa and Jupiter Florida police chief Daniel says craft is being charged with the same offenses has more than two dozen others.