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"A driver deliberately ran into them at sixteenth Lehi north Philly this afternoon. Cops say this apparently started with an argument and the third thing to know the Pennsylvania turnpike commission has suspended bond borrowing because of a pending lawsuit, but they are seeking feedback on getting back into the game. As we hear from KYW's, Tony Romeo. The Pennsylvania turnpike generates four hundred fifty million dollars a year for mass transit most of it from borrowing resulting lawsuit. Brought by truckers was dismissed earlier this month, but the truckers immediately appealed now the turnpike commission in private discussions prior to its public meeting has decided to seek feedback from lenders before deciding whether to resume borrowing turnpike CEO, Mark Compton, the process that the commissioners have aligned to this to test the waters as it will. So we're going to go out to the market to get a sense to how they will react to a bond of this size. Besides would be eight hundred million dollars to make good on the payments mission. The current fiscal year to borrow for next year with. Litigation continuing to the appeal one. Big question is what will the borrowing cost? If lenders agreed to it at all in Harrisburg, Tony Romeo, KYW NewsRadio. The measles problem isn't getting any better lawmakers in New York are placing heavy restrictions on anybody who has the highly contagious disease as we hear from correspondent Kristen Holmes today. New York's Rockland county, forcing anyone with measles to stay home for up to twenty one days and requiring children have proof of vaccination, immunity, or an exemption form on file at schools and childcare facilities now as it is here, at least it's not the Ukraine, which has reported seventy two thousand cases of measles in the past year as the highest of any country now in two days attorney general William Barr says he'll release the much anticipated Mullah report. But it'll come with reductions Democrats are ready to sue if they don't get everything they want. The White House is preparing for Thursday's release of the redacted Muller reports. CBS's Paula Reed that personal legal team that is already gearing up. They're not wait. Eating Thursday Giuliani tells me that he has prepared a counter report to rebut any politically damaging evidence that east contained in this redacted Muller report. Now, the other set of attorneys here the White House counsel's office other taking a more subdued approach. They have arranged a reading group they'll go through this very quickly likely issue. A statement so two different teams of attorneys with two very different sets of approaches Democrats likely won't be satisfied with the redacted report already calling for Robert Muller himself to testify before congress. In the Philly has decided a young man wasn't involved in a shooting of a cop last fall charges have been dropped as we hear from KYW's Kristin Johannesen quick exchange with the judge Philadelphia prosecutor dropped three charges hindering apprehension obstruction of Justice and a related offense against twenty year old James Gaffney, authorities eight twenty nine year olds Rome, hell and another man were fighting near g and Madison streets in November. When they say hill shot officer, Paul Sulak, and that Gaffney was on the block, but wasn't involved in days after the incident. Authorities announced they charge two people in connection to the shooting. But if now clarified that after a lengthy investigation, they believe that Gaffey was only present for the shooting. A spokesman for the office says quote, we conducted a thorough investigation. And concluded that we could not prove beyond a reasonable doubt that Mr. Gaffney was guilty of the charges. Brought by our office in this case Gaffney has a lengthy criminal history mostly involving drug offenses and remains in jail on unrelated charge. Urges hills. Politically hearing is scheduled for may, Kristen Johanson, KYW NewsRadio. No Bernie Sanders wants to be the next president. And he is looking for votes in what might be considered unusual place democratic presidential candidate. Bernie sanders. Townhall meeting on the Fox News channel turned out to be the most watch town hall of the campaign season. So far Nielsen estimates. More than two and a half million. People watched the event on Monday. That's almost double the viewership for Sanders townhall on CNN in February and beat Senator Kamla Harris's January townhall on CNN the drew just under two million viewers one regular FOX viewer. President Trump tweeted it was weird to see crazy Bernie on FOX. Pam coulter. CBS news. Seven nineteen the parent company of the troubled mariner, east pipeline is being fined for problems associated with phase one of that project, w Kim Glovas reports energy transfer partners. The parent company of Sonoko has reached an agreement with the Pennsylvania public utility commission on corrosion problems on any one energy transfer. We'll have to pay a fine and conduct the remaining life study of the project Alex bomb Stein is with the clean air council has concerns about that life study requirement. The agreement proposes that energy transfer itself. Get to pick an independent expert to conduct a study. And we have a lot of concerns over how independent at expert would be remaining life study looks at how long the existing pipeline can last bomb. Seen says the civil penalty against energy transfer is two hundred thousand dollars which is a drop in the bucket compared to its annual revenue of tens of billions of dollars emails to energy transfer requesting comment were not returned Kim. Glovas. KYW newsradio. It's seven twenty still ahead. What are those sirens? Was that a gun shot an app that's new to Philly? Probably knows men will let you know. I mean Bush that's coming up in the next five minutes on KYW NewsRadio right now at banana Republic factory. Save big. The entire store. Clearing, doc dresses. Starting in nineteen ninety nine nine store.."