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"Court. That was the sound of spontaneous vigil last night in memory of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is word of her death spread Tim and Al Jones. She was appointed to the high court in 1993 by President Bill Clinton. And in recent years, Ruth Bader Ginsburg served as the senior member of the court's liberal wing down on issues such as same sex marriage, voting rights and abortion. This is Something central to a woman's. Life to her dignity. It's a decision that she must make along the way. Ginsberg developed Rock star status for her scathing Descents her famed exercise routine. And her view of the law. Talking to Stephen Colbert about her moniker, the Notorious RBG. Happy's The Notorious B. I G, a famous rapper. Sure Biggie. Every people ask. What do you have in common? Which in notorious B. I G said, we have one thing in common. And that is we were both born and red. In Brooklyn. A Ginsburg was well known for the work she did before taking the bench when she served as an advocate for the American Civil Liberties Union. She became the architect of a legal strategy to bring cases to the courts that would ensure the 14th amendment's guarantee of equal protection applied to gender. Vacancy gives President
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"Approves vendor cycle shop D a. We They're sold out, Councilman Mark Trager says. Add to that severe staff shortages He backs up, phased in restart in person services five days a week for early grades and the most vulnerable while high school's stay remote. The child care in development needs of a five year old are far greater than that of a 17 year old on the Department of Education, insists they have the resources to ensure that all students are engaged and supported in the upcoming school year. Al Jones 10. 10 wins news Just a reminder for parents and guardians whose kids were working. Virtually teachers in other kids could see you in the background of your kid's camera. Daily News reporting this morning teachers in Florida Saying they could see parents online doing things they should not be with their Children in the foreground. The parents in the background Florida teacher saying they've seen parents drinking, wearing no clothes, even using drugs. Whether kids air online Wednesday used time 10 51 trapped in transit. Now we check in with Bill Powers, and here's where we see a Long island's big three lots of company for you in the Southern State Parkway eastbound.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died
"Just joined US Supreme Court Justice Ruth Vader Ginsburg has died at the age of 87 told the Brooklyn born Ginsberg died of complications from metastatic pancreatic cancer. Look back at her career. Here's Al Jones. She was known for her fiery the sense her staunch defense of liberal issues and her workout video. Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg developed rock star status. She broke through the glass ceiling at a time when few women attended law school in a documentary on her life. She talked about being a role model for girls. I didn't see myself was kind of a kindergarten teacher in those days. Because the judges Didn't think so. Sex discrimination existed. One of the things I tried to plant in their minds was Think about how you would like the world to be for your daughters and granddaughters. President Clinton nominated Ginsberg to the Supreme Court. The Senate confirmed her nomination 96 23. She attended Harvard and Columbia Law but admits it wasn't easy. Not a law firm in the entire city of New York big for my employment as a lawyer. When I Aaron my degree, Ginsburg was an A C L u litigator who won five important cases that shored up the 14th amendment. A guarantee of equal protection applied. The gender of the vacancy gives President Trump the opportunity to further solidify the conservative majority on the court. But at least one Republican senator, Alaska's Lisa Murkowski, has already tweeted. She will not vote to confirm any nominee until after the inauguration. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg dead at the age of 87 Al Jones. 10 10 wins news
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"In Midtown wins news time 10 05, and we are also continuing our coverage of the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg with a with a interview about the battle cup. Coming for her seat tended wins. Al Jones talk to former political reporter and current professor Alan Sanders. Joining us in former Times reporter political science professor Alan Sanders and Alan The vacancy gives President Trump the opportunity to further solidify the conservative majority on the court, doesn't it? Yes, it does. But, of course, it also depends on the Senate confirmation, and what this vacancy now is going to do is get the Supreme Court right at the top of the agenda for the election, not only the presidential election but also for the senatorial elections and some of the states where Republicans are struggling a little bit to maintain the majority, so you can bet that now this is going to AA really energized the campaign, both for those who support Trump and also for all the supporters of Joe Biden, all the Democrats in the various Senate races and I was looking back at that. Clinton nomination. Ginsberg winds nomination confirmed by a 96 23 votes. Boy just seems like that was forever ago. 96 23. I think this will be a lot closer. I think so. I think the time of bipartisan support for Supreme Court nominees has passed us. Hopefully we'll return to that at sometime in the future, But right now we live in a very politicized era. And I think whatever outcome comes along with whoever the nominee is It will not be a lopsided vote by their very closely and Senate Majority leader, Mitch McConnell has already come out and said that he will bring the president's pick to the Senate for a vote. I guess the Merrick Garland test doesn't take place here. Right, And I think you can expect Democrats but from Joe Biden on down to cite the hypocrisy of McConnell in the way he will be handling this nomination in the past, You know when a nomination are a vacancy has come so close to an election Presidents have withheld the nomination and allowed the next president. Whoever is elected to make the pick, but we live in a very different era now. There's really not much, though. I mean, if it comes to that, it's really not much we solve it before that much that Senate Democrats could do is there well, I think they'll try to delay. You can certainly try and delay as long as possible of the filibuster is out of the question, because I have no longer exist for Supreme Court nominations. But there are lots of delaying tactics and there are lots of political games that could be played. Also, don't forget. That this will energize Democrats around the country and, Ah, you know, you can expect again that the Supreme Court and whoever is picked and will be a major major issue there many issues right now forcing the campaign. But I think this will rocket right up to the top because of course with a conservative nominee if one is confirmed that will jeopardize the right to abortion. That's Alan Sanders. He's a former political reporter and professor at ST Peter's in Jersey City. Thank you much for your time, sir. By pleasure. And you've been listening to it of your tent in winds. Al Jones is part of our continuing coverage of the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Winds news time 10 away There was word of a multiple shooting in Rochester early today. Two people killed 14. Others hurt, police said The gunman broke out. The gunfire broke out at a large party, a man and a woman between 18 and 22 were killed. One of the wounded is said to be a seven year old child. Rochester's interim police chief, is Mark son checked our records and you don't show any my alone cause for a disturbance or allow party. Or even illegal parking initiator Start said to be at large. Now, this message 15 minutes could save you 15% or more on car insurance winds. News.
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"Years. Al Jones 10 10 wins news We are going to check in with AKI Weathers carry Swindon Hammer. We've had some pretty intense weather for quite a bit. Maybe it's math Benz. This is Matt Simon. One more severe if we got one more severe thunderstorm, warning out there for another eight minutes holding on this other Middlesex in Monmouth County, again another eight minutes and actually the worst of the storm, along and east of the Garden State Parkway from Oakhurst down to point pleasant and quickly moving out over the Atlantic. We have some leftover showers and a few rumbles of thunder here across the tri state, but it looks like the rest of the night. Should be a much quieter night here across the region, although it will be on the human side with low down to 70 to see a couple of thunderstorms again for tomorrow. No relief from the heat or humidity just yet. Back up into the effort, eighties by tomorrow afternoon, Paul Hi, Matt. Thank you very much. 72 Cloudy in Midtown. Just a programming note. President Trump is expected to speak shortly. And when he does, we will bring that to you live. Wins news time. 10 0 wait. Hi. I'm Tom Wilson on the roads Just like on the ice. I keep it tough. Lindsay Automotive Group gets me with over 1400 great choices a rough and tumble. A big body. Dodge Superbad Harley. I love the Lexus. 00. Yeah, me too. Tough is good, but sometimes you score with finesse like me. You'll love it at Lindsay. You're perfect right awaits Lindsay cars dot com. Now this message, old car giving you problems. One donated call 1877 cars for kids today Total wine and more announces points with a purpose. Now through September 13 collect five times points on wines and spirits points earned equals a matching donation to local charities up to $2 million in total shock with US today. Total wine dot com terms and conditions apply. There is a pain epidemic around the world.
Day 1 of Republican National Convention kicks off
"Day one. Or should we say, night, one of the Republican National Convention has wrapped up. Let's get a summary of what's what, from our Al Jones at the 10 10 wins the election desk. Appall. The day started with a delegate roll call in Charlotte, North Carolina, the host city much smaller but an in person. Delegate roll call nominating Donald Trump for another four years. The president even popped in for a few words. I have the greatest base of support anywhere at any time. Any election, and people are starting to find featured features and testimonials on the president's accomplishments and broadsides at Democrats, including this shot from former ambassador Nikki Haley. Joe Biden and the Democrats are still blaming America first. Donald Trump has always put America first, and he has earned four more years as president. He sees Daleks. Tono joins us live and Alex. Even though the president was in a couple of recorded segments. He really left the sharp words to his surrogates. Well, he definitely did. And there was an expectation that he might do a surprise visit at the end of the night, which he did not do. He was in some Pre recorded interviews that that he did with different people, first responders and hostages who had been released, But nothing live tonight and Republicans al offering an alternative you tonight, starkly different than the Democrats last week. The Republicans warning that Joe Biden's policies will lead to crime in the streets and that suburbs would vanish Among those speaking tonight, Kimberly Guilfoyle President Trump built the most. This is Kimberly Guilfoyle night, and Harris and the rest of the socialist well fundamentally change this nation. Later, center Tim Scott, the only black Republican senator, offering a more measured argument, Trump built the most inclusive economy. Ever tomorrow night. Melania Trump will be the main speaker Mike Pompeo. Officer speaking
Joe Biden accepts Democratic nomination and vows to "restore the soul of America"
"National Convention is in the books ending with the acceptance speech from former Vice President Joe Biden in 10 wins newsman Al Jones followed the event from the election desk. It was the moment for which Joe Biden has waited decades, so it's a great honor and humility. I accept this nomination for president of the United States of America. Speaking inside a nearly empty Chase Center in Wilmington, Delaware, Biden says this election is not just about votes. But it's about the heart and soul of America. But while I'll be a democratic candidate, I will I work hard for those who didn't support me as hard for them, as I did for those who did vote for me. That's the job of a president to represent all of us. The candidate joined by his wife, Jill, running mate Camilla Harris at the end of the convention, and while delegates cheered via zoom and honk their car horns outside the Chase Center Earlier, it was former Mayor Mike Bloomberg speaking. I'm not asking you to vote against Donald Trump because he's a bad guy. I'm urging you to vote against him because he's done a bad job this final night of the virtual convention moderated by actress Julia Louise Dreyfus. You didn't expect her to play it straight. Did you Two find out everything you need to know about mail in ballots, your polling place or even just am I registered text vote to 30330. 30330. That would be the president's golf score if he didn't cheat well. Biden and Harris now head out on the campaign trail, while President Trump and Republicans get ready for their convention starting Monday. Al
US Election 2020: Biden is crowned as Democratic nominee
"Biden is officially the nominee. Our Al Joneses of the 10 10 wins the election desk. Now you could drop the presumptive Joe Biden is the Democratic Party presidential candidate after the roll call of state's governor, Phil Murphy, doing the honors for New Jersey. New Jersey cast five votes for Senator Bernie Sanders and 139 votes for the next president of the United States, Joe But North Carolina actually put Biden over the top, But Delaware went last in the roll call across America to close it out and formally thank you very, very much from the bottom of my heart. Thank you all means the world to me and my family and I'll see you on Thursday
First night of Democratic National Convention focuses on unity and pandemic toll
"Night of the Democratic National Convention, 10 10 wins. Newsman Al Jones is live at the 10 10 wins convention desk out tidy two hours, speakers, memorials and slick production. This first virtual national convention had only a few hiccups and Ended strong former first lady Michelle Obama talking about the complexities of being president. You simply cannot fake your way through this job. As I've said before. Being president doesn't change who you are. Oil. A presidential election can reveal who we are to essentially the former first lady telling America they gotta do over this November Earlier, it was New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on covert 19 tearing into the federal government's continued response to the pandemic. So today, six months after it began, the nation is still unprepared. Americans learned the critical lesson. How vulnerable we are when we're divided. And how many lives can be lost when our government is incompetent? Let's bring in New York State Democratic Party chair J. Jacob's. Well, It wasn't exactly the tale of two cities, but pretty solid us from Cuomo. What did you think? Now. The night has also been about covert 19 fractured politics, racial injustice, Vic giving their testimonials, including George Floyd's brother, Terrence, who called on Americans to remember and mourn all those who have died at the hands of police for the names we do not know. The faces. We'll never see Dove who can't mourn Because their murders didn't go viral. The first of 4/9 comes to an end and just eight hours of total convention in this time of Cove in 19 ABC is Adam Kelsey now joins US Live. Adam Democrats have to be pleased at how this first night unfolded. Okay, I hear you, but I'm here. Okay, Adam, if you could, uh, what do you think about the first night? Democrats have to be pleased with what they saw and heard. Well, really impressive the way that they covered quite a bit of ground everything from racial justice to the economy. We heard a little bit about healthcare from Bernie Sanders. Just a few minutes ago, Andre had the inclusion of of those former Republicans speaking about the way in which they've been disappointed by Donald Trump by his actions, by the way that the country is in a state of disunity and why they're defecting to Democrats. Of course, a lot to talk about the current virus pandemic is well strong remarks from Andrew Cuomo, who Stickley compared the federal government to the virus and says in not so many words, that the federal government is sick right now, and it cannot be cured unless there is new leadership. And then, of course, the star of the show, the former first lady Michelle Obama, wrapping up her remarks just a second ago. Always, you know, one of the most beloved political figures in this country and and and setting the stakes for this election, rather clearly saying that the United States can either take a step back towards decent. See under a Joe Biden presidency. Or they can have four more years of turmoil. A message when delivered by Michelle Obama is really going to hit home, I think with lots of voters Yeah, You know, One thing we're not hearing is a lot of Trump bashing. Now there seems to be an obvious set to go. I, as Michelle Overland said made a lot different than, say, Philadelphia. Do you think maybe there was a lesson learned that that didn't work? We gotta kind of method out without just constantly meant mentioning the president. Yeah, well, I certainly think a big part of that is not trying to demonize former Trump voters who may be thinking about voting for Joe Biden. I think the last thing they want to do is make you know, potentially hundreds of thousands. Americans in swing states like Michigan and Wisconsin and Ohio feel bad about themselves feel bad about taking a chance on President Trump four years ago because those airboats that they're going to desperately need come November, so there certainly was criticism of the president, but many speakers did not mention him by name. The former Republican governor of Ohio. John Kasich, who was a big speaker tonight made on Ly passing reference to the president while talking about kind of the situation overall in Washington, D C and why he's supporting Joe Biden. And I think that was really important for Democrats as well because as much as they might want to focus and talk about President Trump, There are a lot of Democrats who voted for other candidates in the presidential primary. Who still maybe warming to Joe Biden and so a sales pitch on their behalf. You know, particularly from somebody like Bernie Sanders to sell to the progress Sieves that are out there that why Joe Biden is the right candidate for them. I would say that that's just as important as continuing to hammer home that President Trump, you know, has thes fault that they want Teo Teo replacing and to do a better job with
New York Mayor De Blasio Pledges A Nurse In Every School
"Parents parents and and teachers teachers still still worried worried about about the the prospect prospect of of returning returning to to school in person next month, the mayor has announced a move. He hopes cons some of those fear. It was a chief concern from parents and principles alike that there needs to be a nurse in every school, Soto all the folks who have been raising that concern. I hear you loud and clear. And that will be in place. The mayor's announcement of a certified nursing every school comes the day before principles need toe have their individual school plans into the city and into the state Chancellor Richard Carranza understands this isn't an easy school year, so I get it and I understand why you want definitive answers. But just think about all of the moving pieces associated with the beginning of this school year. One thing that isn't moving is the start of the school year Mayor de Blasio dismissing calls by some principles to push it back to beyond. September temp, adding. We have a month to address their concerns. Al Jones 10 10 wins. News The following
Police: Suspect Wanted For Fatally Pushing Man Down New York Penn Station Stairwell
"Of panda station That man died. It was 11 o'clock Tuesday night. The storm had already pulled away, but police say two men got into some sort of altercation inside Penn Station. A man in his sixties who may have been homeless, died after being kicked down the stairs. Police found his body at the bottom of the stairwell, but he died a short while later. No one's been arrested. The investigation continues. Al Jones 10 10 wins. News.
New York City Opens Some Streets to Outdoor Dining on the Weekends
"To pandemic re opening, many parents think too much time has been spent on thinking through how to reopen restaurants and and bars bars will will not not enough enough effort effort has has been been spent spent on on getting getting school's school's open open again again in in the the fall. fall. Mayor Mayor DiBlasio, DiBlasio, who who hesitated hesitated to to close close the the schools schools when when the the pandemic pandemic hit, hit, says says they they will will re re open open in in the the fall. fall. With With mandatory mandatory face coverings and other precautions. Schools will be opening in September. Mayor De Blasio says face coverings will be required handwashing stations deep cleaning in schools and using every space inside for schools that cannot accommodate all their kids. By definition, some kind of staggered schedule. That piece will be determined with the school's that's ongoing conversation with the unions. The mayor, also announcing 22 city streets will be turned over to restaurants on Friday nights and weekends Arthur Avenue in the Bronx. Fifth Avenue in Park Slope, Little Italy, Mulberry Street here in Manhattan. Think about what is possible Dining streets in all five boroughs with more to come, the mayor doubling down on outdoor dining because for now, indoor dining just isn't possible. Al Jones 10 10 wins news.
New York City Plans to Open Public Schools in September, Mayor Says
"Until further notice. You're fancy romantic dinner will have to remain outside. And as of this fall, your Children will be able to hold regular class inside. That's the word from Mayor de Blasio today at his news briefing, to bring everybody up to speed on what we're doing, as the city continues this reopening The biggest takeaway is that the so called three R's reading writing arithmetic will resume. Another are as safely as possible. Come September. Here's Al Jones School will start this fall, and the mayor says a Department of Education survey of nearly half a 1,000,000 families wants it in person. 75% of our New York City public school parents want to send their kids back to school in September. They feel ready now. The mayor says all students and staff will be wearing masks. There will be handwashing stations and deep cleaning of schools. Staggered schedules will be worked out on a school by school basis. The mayor's also doubling down on outdoor dining. Starting this weekend, 22 Open Street will also have open restaurants on the streets in all five boroughs like Arthur Avenue in the Bronx, Mulberry in Little Italy and Fifth Avenue in Park Slope, with many more to
Cuomo: Indoor dining delayed in NYC, storm clouds "on the horizon"
"Tough talk from Governor Cuomo today. Sure, New York has done a good job in reining in Corona virus, but he sees dark clouds on the horizon with record numbers of new cases and other states and a lack of social distancing compliance in the city. The governor and Mayor De Blasio both announced separately today that indoor dining is off the table for an indefinite period. Mayor's statement Pretty straightforward. We can't go ahead at this point in time with indoor dining on indoors is the problem warm or the science is showing up more and more the same message from Governor Cuomo, who says it's a New York City on ly modification. All the numbers are good, of course, the state But we do have a problem in New York City. The governor says compliance is slipping, and he blames the mayor for being lax on enforcement, and I've told them do your job if they don't the virus goes up period film, also referring to covert 19 outbreaks across the country as storm clouds on the horizon if those other places Continue on this pandemic increase. You're going to get more people here with the virus. Al Jones 10 10 wins. News. New
New York Governor Cuomo Meets With Trump at White House
"Governor governor Cuomo Cuomo sat sat down down with with president president trump trump in in Washington Washington Cuomo Cuomo says says they they talked talked about about infrastructure infrastructure about about projects projects that that need need to to be done and the jobs that could be created the governor of then ripped into Republicans in Congress who are opposed to providing federal funding to hard hit states like New York walking into the White House wearing a mask governor Cuomo says he had a good conversation with the president on the re opening on stimulating the economy and getting the economy back I think that's his focus but he had not so nice things to say about members in Congress who are blocking funding to states decimated by the pandemic singling out the Senate Majority Leader senator McConnell has his hand out and he receives more money for his state then he puts it Cuomo says he and the president put aside their political differences in talked instead about infrastructure projects including a fast track federal review for the air train at LaGuardia he says they'll talk about it more next week al Jones ten ten wins
New York City Announces ‘Self-Swab’ Coronavirus Testing
"And as we continue to tackle the corona virus pandemic New York is looking at adding another level of protection for those on the frontline a new self swap testing method where people take their own samples albeit under the watchful eyes of our healthcare workers is one of several ideas which came out of today's briefing including something for New York residents who've been cooped up for the last several weeks how about more space to roam is al Jones to start his office after no sharp U. turn for the mayor on open streets after weeks of staunch opposition over the next month we will create a minimum of forty miles of open streets mayor Blasio says the first streets to close to traffic will be around parks relying less on the honor system and more on enforcement of the city is also rolling out a new testing protocol self swabbing helping hospitals CEO Dr Mitchell Katz a healthcare worker be observing it but way less risk to that health care workers the shorter swap is less invasive less chance the patient's sneezes on the healthcare worker and mayor Blasio says it's still too soon to start re opening more businesses I would be careful about that you for not making decisions based on healthcare indicators or something wrong the mayor did announce alternate side of the street parking is being extended two more weeks to may
New York Mayor De Blasio Calls For Rent Freeze, Says Cuomo Should Let Tenants Pay With Security Deposits
"News also today mayor Blasio says all the coronavirus indicators and metrics are down the longer just flat and he says we want to keep it that way news man al Jones tonight with the latest on how the barrels are faring in the mayor's new focus on taking care of everybody who's staying at home a good day with the coronavirus indicators hospitalizations ICU admissions and percentages of positive tests all were down or indicators are now moving all in the correct direction which is down near the blouse you also with some new initiatives to protect tenants starting with the rent guidelines board hold your hearings as quickly as possible take your vote and give the tenants are rent stabilized the city over two million new Yorkers gave them a rent freeze the mayor calling on the state to allow tenants to pay your rent with security deposits allow tenants who can't make the rent to deferred payment and extend the eviction moratorium to sixty days beyond this
'I can’t let people die’: Cuomo signs executive order to take and redistribute ventilators for New York hospitals
"Governor Cuomo has signed an executive order clearing the way for the state to take ventilators and other vital equipment which is not being used in the state don't call it seizure the governor plans to use the National Guard to collect unused ventilators and let's affected areas of the state and redistribute them to hot spot but I'm not going to be in a position where people are dying and we have several hundred ventilators in our own state somewhere else as for medical supplies he implored New York manufacturers to produce simple hospital mask it can't be bad companies in this country and in this state can't transition to make those supplies quickly the governor says the market for medical supplies has collapsed we need to get creative al Jones ten ten wins
New York imposes workplace limit on most businesses
"Is on the way the New York City in the battle against the court of virus and it's coming from the U. S. navy it's sending one of its floating hospitals to the city governor Cuomo will also laying out the new guidelines for businesses in the state which will force them to cut staff in an effort to slow down the spread of the coronavirus help from Washington the president has ordered the navy's floating hospital the USNS comfort to New York City it will be able to handle up to one thousand nine corona virus patients freeing up valuable hospital space defense secretary esper and we've also alerted a variety of a field and expeditionary hospitals to be prepared to deploy as well as needed governor Cuomo says the help is much needed the most important thing in life to know was to know what you cannot do you know your limitations we can't build new hospitals in forty five days the governor is also mandating no more than fifty percent of the businesses work force can be on site he dismisses shelter in place because it would cause people to flee the restrictions as cost monde Cuomo says the state will figure out how to pay for it later look you have businesses closing your people out of work I don't think now is the time to tell people we're gonna raise your taxes al Jones ten ten wins
Coronavirus cases in NY double
"Wins new coronavirus cases reported in New York and New Jersey today as the number of infections grows now nationally keeping us up to date is ten ten wins reporter al Jones Mallory there are now four cases of coronavirus here in the city including two new ones both of those patients in critical condition mayor de Blasio says both had underlying medical conditions smoking and vaping for a man in his forties and the age of a woman in her eighties the mayor says disease detectives have not been able to find a connection between the two World Health Organization continues to say this disease is less transmissible than the flu but again we are watching carefully a community spread dynamics suggests it will be more
New York City’s first coronavirus patient is a health care worker, Cuomo says
"The corona virus death toll this country climbing again today as officials here in the city called for calm and assured residents are taking all necessary precautions to stop it from from spreading spreading there there are are now now at at least least at at ninety ninety one one confirmed confirmed cases cases of of covert covert nineteen nineteen in in the the U. U. S. S. with with six six deaths deaths all all of of those those potentialities potentialities in in Washington Washington state state new new York's York's first first confirmed confirmed cases cases a a Manhattan Manhattan woman who'd recently returned from a trip overseas governor Cuomo and mayor de Blasio talking today about the precautions being taken the governor says the woman out her husband took textbook action when they arrive home from Iraq since they were health care workers they contacted Mount Sinai before that they were coming in and they total cold precautions necessary he describes our case is mild she remains at home it does not need to be hospitalized her husband is also home and is being tested where do Blasi says officials will continue to inform new Yorkers this is something we all can handle together go about your lives go about your business people are doing that Juliet Papa ten ten wins at the governor's office no one thing that's important to remember about the corona virus we're being told is that it's not the measles and does not spread through casual contact soap city health officials are urging new Yorkers to go about our business the question of the day now that it's here well I've come down with corona virus is the risk to new Yorkers remains low because we only have one case city health commissioner Dr on Sirius Barbeau says the virus spreads through prolonged contact sharing an apartment sharing a desk at work you know I think the important thing to remember is that this is not an illness that can be easily spread through casual contact we want new Yorkers to go about their everyday lives use the subway take the bus and you have the virus does not spread through ventilation so a case of coronavirus in your building is not a threat al Jones ten ten wins
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"Yet to make an arrest al Jones ten ten wins in east Flatbush Brooklyn when's news time three oh six president trump has been meeting this afternoon with vaping industry officials at the White House see what can be done to prevent the recent deaths and illnesses related to vaping the New York City Council votes next Tuesday on a proposal to crack down on the vaping industry it would ban all flavored ease cigarettes and E. liquid vaping products including menthol the city health department says the number of new HIV diagnoses in the city the crime last year to its lowest level since reporting of new cases began in two thousand one and we're just over nineteen hundred new cases in twenty eighteen that compares to more than twenty one hundred and twenty seventeen the reports Dick says the declines were seen in nearly all population groups and those receiving HIV care in twenty eighteen eighty seven percent were viral a suppressed through the use of medications state and city officials of set a goal to end the HIV epidemic by twenty twenty in southeast Texas someplace apology over a text alert northwest was at the height of an intense search for for future is from Alabama the audio from broadcast police invite or Texas sent a text message that read in part notify vaider police if you see any black males in the area even police chief fraud Carola knowledges I personally was offended when I read that message he says the message left off details like the address of the search and the word suspicious Carol knows how the message looks but he adds this because you're a black male walking through by our taxes we need to get past the stigma and report from correspondent Jim Ryan wins news time three oh eight many of us remember just where we were on this date in nineteen sixty three when president Kennedy was assassinated today marks fifty six years to the day since president Kennedy was shot and killed while riding in his motorcade through the streets of downtown Dallas news reports rang out worldwide but it is only about president Kennedy has been shot several events to commemorate the anniversary are planned for the weekend in Dallas the sixth floor museum encouraging Americans to view a live webcam throughout the day the earth camp posted on the company's social media sites is positioned in the southeast corner window of what was the former Texas school book depository from where the president was shot Clayton level Dallas Amazon is stop selling more than a dozen skin lightening products the move comes after the beauty well project and Sierra Club delivered a petition with more than twenty three thousand signatures the organization's call the creams dangerous illegal and racist when news time three oh.
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"Trees, Al Jones ten ten wins in Stanhope. Wins news time, three twenty four special counsel, Robert. Colors speaks and says he doesn't wanna do it again. He offered about a ten minute statement this morning, essentially, reiterating, what was in his final report. He did spell out the finding that Russia interfered with the 2016 presidential election Bod while he was authorized to investigate attempts to obstruct Justice. He never considered an indictment of the president under long standing department policy president, president cannot be charged with a federal crime while he is in office. That is unconstitutional. Muller says no one has told him whether he can or should testify before congress buddy, says any testimony would not go beyond his report. He says the work speaks for itself House Judiciary committee chairman Jerrold, Nadler says if Muller wanted to exonerate, the president from committing a crime, he would've said, so, and he did not special counsel has clearly demonstrated that President Trump is lying is lying about the special counsel findings lying about the testimony of key witnesses in the special counsel, report, and above all lying and saying that the special counsel found no extraction. And the no collusion madly says impeachment remains a possibility. President responded to mother statement with a tweet saying nothing changes case closed sixty seven degrees and cloudy were heading down to sixty two wins news, time three twenty six. Now. Bloomberg money watch on ten ten wins, and here's Larry kofsky, stocks continued to slump rebounding, only slightly from the twelve twelve week, low reached earlier, the Dow Jones industrial average down three oh, three the S, and P five hundred is down twenty six the NASDAQ composite down seventy three Boeing begun mapping out steps to ease at seven thirty seven knacks back into commercial service, CEO Dennis Muilenburg told an investor conference, the company's main priority is safety and regaining, the company's trust all the right things focused on safety. And we're going to stay true to the values that we have company values around equality for now. The max remains grounded.
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"His job, Al Jones ten ten wins. At the New York state supreme court building attorneys to London says the officer did not place fatal show called on garner who had serious health issues, the best possible outcome would be that. He's found guilty of both specifications. He's been in office for twelve years. He continues that career the worst. I could happen is he summarily terminated Staten Island. Grand jury declined to indict penalty. Wins. News time three forty nine. More measles in Rockland county. Health officials warning of exposure to an infected individual at several occasions in Monte, and you went to twenty four confirmed cases reported in rocklin since this outbreak began in October. The latest exposure alerts includes kosher markets and synagogues as well as love Amelia taxicabs conflicting messages from the Trump administration on healthcare. President Trump says congress needs to step in to make sure patients are not drastically overcharged for emergency room visits. No American mama dej lake at night worrying about the hidden fees or shocking. Unexpected medical bills to come today. I'm bouncing principles that should guide. Congress in developing bipartisan legislation to end surprise, medical billing. Meanwhile, the Trump administration is arguing in court that the entire Affordable Care Act should be struck down as unconstitutional. There was a rally calling on congress to impeach the president yesterday. Delivered a flash drive to Representative Rashida to lead containing petition signatures calling for congress to impeach the president and million to leave said this grassroots effort is growing stronger. This is how movement start Representative Al green one of the first members of the house of representatives to call for the impeachment of Donald Trump does who say that politically political expediency dictates that we not impeach I say moral imperative always politically expedient house speaker Nancy Pelosi has cautioned against impeachment saying it could further polarize the nation and might backfire on the democratic majority in the house. Linda Kenyon, Washington wins news time three fifty one. From the ram trucks traffic.
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"And transit. Here's Greg rice, still bad. In Brooklyn, looking like trouble on the westbound BQ we coming down to the area between Atlantic avenue and Hamilton avenue is it's a crawl getting there from Italy's wife avenue at this hour, the eastbound beach the worst of that from the Williamsburg up and over the Kosciusko bridge southbound van wicks Lewis with Lanta Gavin, you there is trouble on the eastbound side of the Grand Central insecure guards and stillness either way in the Degan to the outbound George those are your worst routes out. Here's what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels inbound joy. Does. Well, Lincoln fine either way and at this point. So is the Holland the Brooklyn Bridge worst of what's left across the East River jersey to eighty Estela westbound mess getting back to the Parkway route three westbound starting to get a whole lot better though at this hour getting over to Bloomfield, Abby looks like the earlier wreck is out of the way hutches improving in Westchester New England through as fine. Mario Cuomo bridge is in bad. But the northbound New York state Thruway that is still very very tough getting past the Palisades Parkway. Traffic and transit every ten minutes on the one's breaking traffic alerts whenever they happen. I'm Greg rice on ten ten times seven forty two student is hospitalized tonight after off pool incident in Brooklyn today. It was just after three o'clock the teenager pulled from the pool unconscious here at the Franklin line educational center EMS arriving at nine ninety nine Jamaica avenue and rushing the boy to wycoff hospital in serious condition. Officials say that he was conscious and alert the short time after arriving at the hospital and is expected to be okay. Al Jones ten ten wins in cypress hills. Brooklyn five students in Newark were taken to a hospital after a car hit their school bus this afternoon. It happened around three forty five near Seymour avenue in west Runyon street to occupants of a parked car were also taken to the hospital. The bus driver wasn't hurt wins. News time,.
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"But Senator Bob Menendez says it's not enough while it shields. The side it allows somebody who really is intent on hitting the driver to come through the front and reach around which is exactly what happened to bus driver. Genetic candy Johnson, we need to be completely covered from people. Senator Menendez backing a bipartisan one hundred twenty five million dollar Bill. That would provide protection for mass transit workers. Al Jones ten ten wins at Newark Penn station. San Francisco Giants president and CEO. Larry Baer is taking a leave of absence. This following the release of a video showing him in a physical altercation with his wife giants board of directors says the organization holds itself to the highest standards, and that will guide how officials considered this matter moving forward wins. News time to twenty-six now Bloomberg. Moneywatch on ten ten wins. Here's Mark mills. Well, kind of a wild ride on Wall Street today with the Dow up as much as under twenty nine points this morning only to plunge by four hundred fourteen points early this afternoon. The major indexes have recovered some of those losses, but they are struggling to hang onto recent gains. The Dow's off two hundred forty two points nine tenths percent at twenty five thousand seventy three. Five hundred down six tenths percent. The NASDAQ is off half a percent Purdue pharma, the maker of Oxycontin is exploring. Filing for bankruptcy to halt thousands of lawsuits alleging the company contributed to the US opioid crisis. This according to reports from Reuters and the Wall Street Journal in two separate papers published over the weekend, some of the world's leading trade economists found that President Trump's tariffs have cost the US economy. Billions born largely by American consumers. Bloomberg money watch at twenty six and fifty six past every hour. I'm Mark mills for ten wins wins news time to twenty seven. Now. This message for generations, a symbol of Jewish tradition. Riverside memorial chapel few.
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"Information systems and local twenty four hours a day, your news station. Ten ten wins news all the time. Donald John wins. You give us twenty two minutes. We'll give you the world. Good evening. Forty six degrees at six forty on this Thursday, the twenty four th of January. I'm Laurie Madden. And here's what's happening after both bills to reopen. The government were defeated in the Senate today. President Trump said he'd accept a down payment on a border wall. House speaker Pelosi said she wouldn't New Yorkers will be able to cast their ballots up to ten days before November's election as governor Cuomo signs the early voting Bill a deadly chain of events on the meadow brook in west Westbury late this morning. Our Al Jones has that story coming up a two hundred and thirty eight million dollar Manhattan penthouse is being called the highest price home ever sold in the United States. The hedge funder who bought it reportedly needed a place to stay while in town ten ten wins. Accuweather says the rain has ended. It's going to clear up even more tonight. But the temperatures will plunge in. Into the twenty s is the herskowitz nets guard Spencer witty will be out four to six weeks with a hand injury. We'll get you caught up on the latest for baseball and Rafael Nidal reaches his fifth. Australian Open final Bloomberg's Larry kofsky. It was a mostly higher day. On Wall Street. The Dow lost twenty two Intel and Starbucks reporting earnings after the news time six forty one time for traffic.
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"We are continuing to follow developments tonight in that series of letter bombs set out to prominent Americans part of what appears to be a winding plot aimed at targets of conservative anger today. Former vice president Joe Biden got on the mailing list. Two times, in fact, along with actor Robert deniro, say one of the packages made it all the way up to the seventh floor of his Tribeca offices still know who's sending these though with authorities think they might have an idea which reason of the country. They're coming from ten wins. News, man, Al Jones tonight and urgent nationwide manhunt for the person or persons behind now ten explosive devices sent to critics of President Trump the most recent to address to former vice president Joe Biden and a third meant for the Tribeca offices of actor Robert deniro police Commissioner James O'Neill says they don't know if there are more on the way treating them as as as live devices as you see the way our bump squad. Detectives went into CNN yesterday. This this has to be taking with the utmost seriousness as far as a hoax device, we're not treating it that way all ten of the devices are now at the FBI lab in Quantico Virginia, former FBI special agent Brad Garret says the components of each device will tell investigators a lot about the maker. Tell you a lot about what level of sophistication which I don't think we're dealing with that. But these investigators believe that some of those devices went through a sorting facility in south, Florida. Al Jones ten ten wins news for his part, President Trump called for unity at a rally last night in Wisconsin. But then went on Twitter to say, a very big part of the anger. We see today quote in our society is caused by the purposely faucet. Inaccurate reporting on the mainstream media he went on to say mainstream media must clean up his act fast. But democratic leaders, including Nancy Pelosi untucked Schumer, and yes, the media like CNN's, Jeff Zucker, say Trump doesn't have a clue that it's his words that are causing the problem when he uses up his base calling anything reported about him. That's not flattering as fake news and calling the media. The enemy of the people with ten ten wins for the very latest. Meantime, a new poll is out sewing, an overwhelming majority of Americans see the United States as splintered that is divided and particularly on important matters. This Shelley atler reports very few believed that things will get better anytime. So only twenty percent of Americans say they think the country will become less divided over the next few years while thirty nine percent say they think things will get worse. A majority of Americans Seventy-seven percent say they're dissatisfied with the state of US politics as for how the president is doing fifty nine percent of Americans disapprove of how Donald Trump is handling the job while forty percent. Give him a thumbs up Chevy antler. Washington bowl shows, a huge divide between Democrats and Republicans over issues facing our country overseas in London, they've arrested French urban climber. Alain Robert for scaling the Heron tower in London one of London's tallest so-called. French Spiderman climb the six hundred sixty two foot building without any ropes or safety gear. Prompting police cordoned off the building closed streets and shoot spectators away Robert has scale many of the world's tallest buildings. Almost always without any safety gear. And almost always with. Permission telling reporters, I feel fully alive. When my life is at stake. Somebody said one false step up there, and he's going to feel really alive. Police arrested. The fifty six year old charging it with being a public nuisance and putting a strain on Felice resources and leaving a heck of a mess with spider webs all over the place wins news time, eight twenty six Bloomberg money watch on ten ten wins. Here's Jeff Bellinger tonight. Wall Street's bulls came charging back as the S and P five hundred posted its first gain in seven days. Jones industrial average climbed four hundred one the S and P five hundred rose forty nine. The NASDAQ composite game two hundred nine Amazon dot com is down more than seven percent after the Vail. It's holiday season revenue and profit forecasts were disappointing. They suggest sales growth is slowing. The company raises pay for warehouse workers Google parent. Alphabet is down nearly five percent in late trading. Third quarter revenue missed estimates. Is it paid more partners that distributed search engine well charging less for each? Said that it runs. Mattel reports progress in its turnaround efforts during the third quarter profit margins improved as Barbie gain market share sales rose three point seven percent in North America. Despite the collapse of toys R us the tail is up six percent after the bell. Bloomberg money. Watch you twenty six and fifty six past every hour. I'm Larry kofsky for ten ten wins. News time, eight twenty seven remember thinking mom had highs in the back of her head Lakers. Superpower was spotting troubled before it happened..
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"Linden place in twenty eighth avenue. Both cars pulled over on twenty eight where four masked men pulled the two people out of the other car. A few words were exchanged than the driver that other car Alexis is shot left to die in the street. His girlfriend was unharmed as the four suspects. Sped off in both cars, but less than a mile away. They abandoned the vehicles along with two firearms hours after the shooting and Erie crime scene a weapon on the street near a car with the wipers still moving and the victim's body covered with a sheet still in the street. Al Jones ten ten wins in college point. Wins. News time four twenty four. It's been a year since the Las Vegas massacre after which President Trump announced he would be banning bump stocks the devices that allow semi automatic weapons to fire at an even greater rate. More like an illegal automatic machine gun. When asked why the bump stocks are still legal today year later, the president of responded, we're knocking out bump stocks. I've told the NRA I've told thump sucks gone, but to do it you have to go to public hearings, which we've had you have to go through all sorts of regulatory control systems, and we are in the final couple of weeks back in March attorney general Jeff Sessions announced that the Justice department would clarify rules that defined bump stocks within the definition of machine gun under federal law. Driver of a charter bus that fatally struck a man riding a city bike in Manhattan has been found guilty of failing to yield the right of way, that's a misdemeanor. Dave lewis. Also, convicted of failure to exercise due care a violation bench trial happened on Monday, thirty six year old and hannidy of Brooklyn was riding and Chelsea when he collided with the bus fell from the bike and was run over the first death involving the city's bike share program. Sixty eight degrees and cloudy, patchy fog in the suburbs. This morning, warm and humid later today with a mix of clouds, high seventy nine shower thunderstorm crosses the area late this afternoon into this evening wins news time four twenty five. Imagining a better Bank starts with looking at the savings rates. Most banks offer and saying really Capital One is building something.
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"Flooding are Al Jones is in Raleigh much changing here in North Carolina and keeps raining in the rivers. Keep rising residents who are saved through Florence now being told to evacuate in new Bern. Joe Hoffman standing in a riverbank park looking at the assortment of boats deposited on land. But it's just a really as devastation right here. You're talking six foot of water here at the circle over my head and ominous warning from governor ROY Cooper that the worst is yet to come. This storm never been more dangerous than it is right now the Cape fear. River is cut the Bill in half and flooding is isolated Wilmington flooding all the roads leading in and out not far from where the hurricane I made landfall. Al Jones ten ten wins in Raleigh at least twenty people lost their lives in storm related incidents, including a one year old boy who was swept away by floodwaters. The child's body was recovered today about three quarters of a million homes and businesses are still without power in the Carolinas. Meantime, heavy rain from what will be tropical rainstorm Florence will affect us tonight and tomorrow and could cause flooding and spots. The good news is that it should be out of here by Wednesday. Supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh is at the White House today this as his confirmation process has taken an uncertain turn after Palo Alto. Professor Christine blazey Ford came forward came forward with sexual assault allegations against cavenaugh dating back to when they were teens Republican senators Jeff flake and Lindsey Graham say they need to hear from Ford. Her attorney Debra Katz. Appearing on ABC's. Good Morning, America said Ford Wilkinson testifying before the Senate Judiciary committee, but she's not willing to be part of what cats called the bloodletting that goes on in Washington, if we're really trying to get at the truth hearing should not be used to be weaponized against those who accuse powerful men, and that's this is being setup correspondent Lennon's Zack's on Capitol Hill where Democrats have called for a delay in the committee's confirmation vote. The chairman of the Senate Judiciary committee Chuck Grassley is reaching out to both judge Brett Cavanaugh and his accuser, Dr Christine blazey Ford to discuss a decades old allegation of sexual assault for now there has been no official change to the. Scheduled committee vote on Thursday, but with two Republican senators Jeff flake and Lindsey Graham expressing concerns here in the capital. We're all watching to see if the vote could be delayed in a new statement from the White House today cavenaugh again denied the allegations and said he will refute her claims before the judiciary committee thirty year old Gifford hunter appeared mcqueen's courtroom today for a Raymond on charges stemming from what police say was the road rage killing of Twenty-seven-year-old correction officer Jonathan Narine in Richmond hill last Friday. The judge ordered hunter held without bail. His lawyer says police have arrested the wrong guy allies, who's a Medine is president of the correction officers benevolent association, Jonathan the rain was in New York City correction officer who do not deserve to die hunter, an MTA bus maintenance worker has been charged with murder criminal use of a firearm and criminal possession of a weapon wins news time one fifty one from.
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"Al Jones ten ten wins in Wilmington. Stay up-to-date with als coverage of the storm by following ten. Ten wins on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter in South Carolina. Congressman Mark Sanford isn't just worried about people who have refused to leave the coast a lot of people have said that I don't know. It's going to make that left. Turn a lot of people have stayed here in the region in certainly if you go inland, and I think again, what unusual about this storm is the way that it's going to slowly work its way across the inland portion to South Carolina. We're in there hasn't been a mandatory evacuation Virginia may not be taking a direct hit. But it's close enough and on the wrong side of the storm governor Ralph Northam has his fingers crossed a tremendous amount of experts working on this. And and at the end of the day, you know, we have prepared for the worst. We always hope for the best. And and what what our objective is to keep all Virginia and say now, let's check out our weather now AccuWeather says humid today varying amounts of clouds shower in spots, a high seventy six mostly cloudy sticky, tonight down to sixty eight tomorrow, clouds, and maybe some sunny breaks, humid, a high seventy six at seventy four degrees. Skies are cloudy humidity. Eighty one percent, repeating the current temperatures seventy-four heading up to seventy six wins news. Time two oh, six President Trump is still talking about last year's hurricanes. He's disputing the updated death toll in Puerto Rico. And the mayor of San Juan says really the mayor of San Juan Puerto Rico Carmen crew is pushing back strongly I'm President Trump's tweets where he denied the official death toll from hurricane Maria released last month by the Puerto.
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"Dot org wins news time seven twenty two people are asking tonight how could anybody do something so terrible to another human being a woman fighting for her life tonight after police there have boyfriend attacked her in the most heinous way as newsman al jones live on the upper west now with the details larry she was beaten and set ablaze and now police are looking for the woman's boyfriend just before noon a woman who lives on the eighth floor says she heard arguing then screams and then opened your door to find her thirty two year old neighbor on fire says she grabbed a blanket to put out the flames paramedics rushed her to harlem hospital in critical condition the woman was beaten before she was set ablaze and now police are searching for her twenty six year old boyfriend al jones ten ten wins live at the frederick douglass houses on the upper west side all right but i'm a little better now when i saw this was like a nightmare authorities say the driver of the bus lost control after having some kind of medical emergency so far there's been no word on her condition for the driver who kicked two women out of his car for sharing a kiss has had his livery license suspended this is new york city taxi and livery commission tear mira's oh refused to take them to their destination he told them to leave his car before they got to the destination and he provided none of the regular service requirements which is you're entitled to get to your destination you're entitled to a quiet ride you're entitled to a route of your choice and you're not allowed to be refused the driver told the daily news that's not how it went down he says he kicked the women out of his cab before reaching their destination in the east village because of more than just the kiss he says they were also smelling each other's armpits playing loud videos on their phones and he says one of them had her feet up on the.
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"A crash near slauson avenue two lanes are not out of service route three eastbound side over at route seventeen you've got the right lane and exit ramp shut down the water main break westbound route three the standstill from the meadowlands over to route seventeen because of the ongoing longterm work the car fire on the outbound as before the verizon that blocks lane and overall it's a mess from queens all the way down eastbound beach a whole lot worse than usual from tillery street getting up to the rfk because of the wreck involving the bus which is still there that's also why the westbound grand central is as bad as it is to the rfk bridge eastbound grand central crawling from laguardia to q gardens because of a wreck that has the left lane knocked out the inbound george is fine there's no good route out west side highway it's now worse there's a wreck before the one fifties forty five to sixty over all of the lincoln holland thirty and forty five to sixty out i'm greg rice on ten ten wins news time five forty three we just heard from a greg school bus heading to brooklyn flipped over on the new jersey turnpike this afternoon for the very latest on this still developing story let's go live to ten ten when reporter al jones the ocean parkway jewish center here and there are a lot of relief parents the muslim pulling up here the busing that came from the crash scene getting off on a lot of a lot of belief one parent told me that when he heard about scratch involving new and his sons face he said his mind just went blank you couldn't big at anything and then he comes here now some say fine in fact the injuries were sustained on monarch so people all kind of that they thankful that turned out this way the relief on their faces something you can clearly see but again about four concerts about from the shooter here northbound turnpike the thirteen year to go exit and about tipping over injuries on the boss all described to be minor injuries but that's traveling at high speed indeed chip over so a lot to be thankful say parents and children being reunited again ten ten wins ocean parkway jewish news time five forty four when you're hiring you don't want to sort through dozens of irrelevant resumes you.
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"Wins newsman al jones with our story tonight iconic designer kate spade apparently hanged herself with a star in the bedroom of her park avenue home nypd chief of detectives dermot jay says the housekeeper found the body and to know the contents of that note and the comments of the witness to the credibility that it is an apparent suicide her husband was home at the time but their thirteen year old daughter was at school sarah's haram this was at the kate spade store in soho when i think of her designs mid makes puts a smile on my face they had a humorous side and they will cheerful the fifty five year old solar company a decade ago but it recently launched a new luxury line of footwear and of course handbags al jones ten ten wins on the upper east side actress lucy hale writes i hope she has found peace and lena dunham ropes he was a new york staple and my heart breaks for her family said fashion designer kenneth cole she alone didn't change the handbag world but she was an inspiring excessively kate spade dead at the age of fifty five in other news disgraced movie mogul harvey weinstein officially told the judge i didn't do it in court today the ring a plea on the rape charges against him and are julia papa was there harvey weinstein looked unsteady on his feet as he made his way up the aisle of the packed courtroom he answered not guilty to the rape and sex assault charges in the indictment outside court attorney ben bronfman says he'll start the legal maneuvering which is expected to include a call to dismiss the charges and if we are successful they may not be a trial attorney gloria allred represents those who've made accusations against weinstein i think it's long overdue for him to face the bar of justice while not representing the women in this criminal case she says there may come a time when other accusers are called to testify juliet papa ten ten.
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"To ten ten wins news man al jones up all the heavy wet snow now blanketing the region as the storm intensifies just in time for the evening rush or what's left of it in flushing queens dent in windsor border areas rienzie is checking in on the street conditions and darius about what four or five inches right now we have lost no come down to it could get four to five inches pretty quickly quickly quickly here i wanted to i fifteen minutes ago sister ten minutes ago we have the snow snow clubs coming back down falling fast how the sky and there aren't too many cars on the road it seems many people have stayed home which gives us the plows plenty of room for them to work they're doing a great job so far keeping up with the roads on the parkways and expressways but it's the less travel rose where it gets trickier but some people who have who have no choice but to go to work like catherine well she says it's gonna get worse when she gets goes home now where i'm coming from bayside many tell me they believe it will get worse as the day goes on darius ryan wiz live on northern boulevard flushing queens martha storm behaves in new york city sanitation commissioner catherine garcia says morning rush should be okay if it doesn't stall and we continue to have me very effective with the salt and i think we would be in good shape for the morning rush but feast orbits have been very tricky to fight all through the season in new jersey a tractor trailer ban in effect for the interstates and ten ten wins.
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"News man al jones will have a live report that nypd detective arrested on charges of bank fraud and identity theft vandalism at the holy cross cemetery in east flat bush at you were the calling for a cloudy overnight low thirty one amid jumped 25 in many suburbs spot body slur the giants avenue offense of coordinators successful surgery for next four kristaps porzingis rangers devils at islanders all play tonight this is joan doniger at bloomberg hit took some doing but investors managed to put together three straight wins on wall street the dow up thirty nine the nasdaq thirty one and a half wins news time nine oh one from the ram truck traffic center here's cardiff elco we're going to start off on the westbound side of the cross bronx right there the deegan disabled vehicle takes out the far right lane then you're also gonna hit the brakes on the northbound side of the fdr win two different spot see slow down first off from 96 up towards the tribe rural bridge and then you're heavy northbound once again between the queen's midtown tunnel and the queensboro bridge on the eastbound side of the b qe things are jammed up mcguinness boulevard out towards the life and then the eastbound side of the life has break like sixty nine street out towards the grand central southbound side of the van wyk is going to be slow from the grand central down towards one hundred nine bath and here's what we see on long island speak three continuing to follow things out through nasa county you move pretty well long the lit westbound side you just have a bit of a delay between glen cove road and roslyn road otherwise things are quiet northern state parkway looks good so does this southern state parkway here's what you need to know about your bridges and tunnels george washington bridge not a bad ride in or out of town just a ten minute the less than ten minutes less than ten at the lincoln and.
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"Road trip this summer worry about where your car will take you not about your car insurance you can leave worry behind when liberty with liberty mutual insurance crime greg rice or extra border twelve fifty one on ten san winds wins news time twelve forty two in the words of the reverend dr barbara williams harris says a family of blood and to the family of blue today we celebrate we celebrate the life of peo assaults the millea the funeral was today for officer familiar the new york city police officer fatally shot on the job last week in the bronx it was held at the world changers church in the bronx are al jones was there and joins us live out susan trumpets mournful wail filled the grand corn conquerors just moments ago taps drown out by the progressive veto tim law enforcement helicopters they came in formation right up the concourse a final farewell for detective me sodas familiar promoted posthumously by police commissioner james o'neill the commissioner saying that mount detective melia was killed solely because she was a police officer her eldest daughter genesis holding her 12yearold siblings delilah peter tightly parking mom is their protector and now she is she courts your twin siblings down the steps following the casket out of the church algierians tim ten wins lot on the grand concourse in the bronx wins news time twelve fortythree another attack on and on the elderly in new york senator just after nine p m when police say a man in his thirties beat up a man and a woman on east two hundred twelve street and park avenue the sixty nine year old woman was struck on the face and had to seventy year old man in his mouth and stomach both were taken to the hospital as of this morning their conditions were not known police say the motive for the attack is still unclear but they have released surveillance video which you can see at ten ten wins.