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Police Arrest Protesters in New York City
"Unrest here in the city. Close to two dozen people were arrested last night when the protests turned violent Protesters demanding every vote count March down Fifth Avenue from the public library to Union Square, growing from a few dozens of nearly 1000 more than 20 people who police say hijacked the mostly peaceful protests by lighting fires throwing garbage and exit cops in the West Village were arrested near East eighth protesters broke through police bike blockades, resulting in some confrontation. UN's weapons confiscated from the crowd included stun guns, M eighties and daggers. Alice Stockton Rosine e. W.
New York to ‘Rewind’ Re-Opening in Hard-Hit Neighborhoods
"Down place and down in place parts of in parts Brooklyn of Brooklyn and Queens and because Queens of because the spike of the in spike Corona in virus Corona cases virus there, cases there, and it's not and it's sitting not well sitting with well members with of members the Orthodox of the Orthodox Jewish Jewish community community done essential. done essential. Businesses Businesses in Borough Park in Borough are Park already are already closed closed for the Jewish for the holiday, Jewish holiday, So the enforcement So the enforcement test comes test next comes week, next and week, Jacob and Jacob is ready. is ready. There's no law There's that no law says that I says have to I wear have a to mask. wear a mask. He doesn't appreciate He doesn't appreciate the government the government overreach, overreach, the mayor, the the mayor, governor, the let governor, all let these black all these lives black matter lives Protests matter Protests but they come but tto they come nice, tto nice, decent decent neighborhood. neighborhood. They and they're trying They and they're tow. trying tow. Enforce rules Enforce like rules Nazis. like Nazis. Some believe Some they're believe being targeted they're being targeted because the community because the community overwhelmingly overwhelmingly supports supports Donald Trump. Donald Trump. Alice Alice Stockton, Stockton, Rosine E Rosine W. E Our W. News. Our News.
Brooklyn mulling fresh restrictions amid virus spike
"And down place in parts of Brooklyn and Queens because of the spike in Corona virus cases there, and it's not sitting well with members of the Orthodox Jewish community done essential. Businesses in Borough Park are already closed for the Jewish holiday, So the enforcement test comes next week, and Jacob is ready. There's no law that says I have to wear a mask. He doesn't appreciate the government overreach, the mayor, the governor, let all these black lives matter Protests but they come tto nice, decent neighborhood. They and they're trying tow. Enforce rules like Nazis. Some believe they're being targeted because the community overwhelmingly supports Donald Trump. Alice Stockton, Rosine E W. Our News.
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"Voice ofthe New York 7 10 w O R and I aren't radio station 78 degrees. Partly cloudy skies and 12 o'clock Good morning I'ma show Kabbalah Covert 19 cases in the US are nearing six million with more than 182,000. American lives lost. Cases and clusters of the virus are now found on college campuses everywhere. More from ABC is Trevor Old Corona. Virus outbreaks reported on college campuses. In all 50 States. Cases soaring at the University of Alabama more than 1200 students infected, the University of Arizona appears to have prevented a potential outbreak before it could take hold. University researchers have been testing campus wastewater for covert 19. They detected trace amounts from a dormitory Monday. Promptly testing every student in the building for the virus, identifying in isolating two asymptomatic cases in just 24 hours. The Metropolitan Museum of Art is open for the first time since shutdowns began after five long months. The iconic museum reopened on Saturday with new guidelines. Amid the ongoing pandemic. Visitors must cover their faces and maintain 6 FT. Of social distancing from others and capacity is Captain 25%. Online Reservations. Air required elevator use, Limited and cafe is on ly selling water. The Med says This was the first time the museum had been closed for longer than three days in over a century of existence. The Yankees finally snapped their seven game losing streak. Beating the Mets to toe won a Sunday doubleheader up next year's U W O R Weather Channel forecast. Nice finish to the weekend. With SUNSHINE Sunday SUNSHINE AGAIN Monday, but showers return Monday night into Tuesday. Still a chance for a shower storm here overnight. Otherwise fair to partly cloudy skies. Breakfast time lows mid sixties Lots of sunshine Sunday Upper seventies in the afternoon, meteorologist Ken Bone Start your day with Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the morning weekdays. Still 10 I'ma Show Kabbalah on 7 10 W. O R an NBC News radio station. The following is a paid program. This's the page Publishing book club had their win. I'm Alice Stockton. Rossini. You know, it's no secret some of the most talented people in the entertainment industry battle mental illness. It's their curse. But at the same time, it's often.
Cuomo Hints at New York City Indoor Dining Return
"In New York City, But Governor Cuomo at least admits he's thinking about it and maybe softening his state hold the heat lamps City restaurant, starving for patrons and hungry for indoor dining may be satiated sooner than later. In true Cuomo fashion the governor considers coming to the rescue after acknowledging restaurants and patrons have been following the rules. Recent inspections at 1000 eateries turned up Two violations celebrating for indoor dining restaurant owners are reluctant to get their hopes up as the mayor looks to approve outdoor dining past October 31st Alice Stockton Rosine E. W. Our news. Thousands remained in the dark this morning after a
NY subway trains to be sanitized every 72 hours to prevent coronavirus spreading
"Market and they're working hard down the subway to keep corona virus at bay the MTA is disinfecting subway turnstiles handrails vending machines in other parts of the system commuters hands might come into contact with to prevent the spread of the corona virus subways trains and buses are also being sanitized every seventy two hours and that includes the L. A. double R. metro north and accessorised services as governor Cuomo said over the weekend after announcing a Manhattan woman tested positive for the virus do not be alarmed if you smell bleach more often Alice Stockton Rossini W. O.
New York: Protest Lodged Against Carriage Horse Industry After Disturbing Central Park Video Emerges
"New protests over the carriage horse industry after a horse had to be euthanized over the weekend the NYPD's animal cruelty investigations what is looking into the case of a carriage horse that collapsed in Central Park on Saturday video of the horse struggling to stand is gone viral prompting animal rights activists to stage an emergency protest outside the Clinton park stables a spokesperson at this table says the war showed sudden signs of distress around twelve thirty after one ride and then waiting about an hour and a half at the carriage down the twelve year old wars I Usha suffered cardiac problems and was euthanized Alice Stockton Rossini W. O.
New York: Take One Last Look at the (Many) Plastic Bags of New York
"The starting the first of March you will no longer be able to get plastic bags in New York would you go to the store it better have your own or you're in trouble so we put our intrepid reporter Alice Stockton Rossini out on the street to see a little bit about both of those stories let's do the deal the backstory first Allison this is going to shock people because most people don't pay attention to these kinds of changes in that the news that carefully so I am sure ninety percent of people are going to go to a store on March first and say what I don't get a bag where all there's a couple of things going on here I went out and I talked to people over the last week about the bag ban in preparation for upcoming bank story I have to tell you a lot of people are pretty much on board with the bag ban they already got their bags in the car they're already using bags there's been so many bad bands around us in communities throughout New Jersey communities throughout New York state Long Island individual towns have enacted bag bans we've been talking about the bag down for so long it's really I don't know how shocking it really is and I've been walking into stores today talking to people about you know when I see people walking out with plastic bags and asking well what's the deal and the deal is if a lot of stores are going to continue using plastic bags because they have a month and a month before they're actually going to start cracking down on these business says after using the plastic bag so you got a little time these businesses will still be handing out plastic bags well they make the transition the government of allowing them to do that before they crack down on them and while there are still plenty of people who go to the supermarket show up their car going to the check out and go I never got my insurance I know and I have the mailing time get out joke baptized I can't tell you how many times I pay for my groceries and I go I'm just gonna take my card out of the car and all that I get there it's very embarrassing people get and they're like okay I mean if we're going to my receipt of pipes but you know you get caught you get caught like that a couple of times you really do start to kind of remember okay I gotta bring my bags with me everywhere I go so food shopping is one thing because most people they know but they may be trained already that it I could I should probably bring my own backs but it's like CVS or if I go to Macy's or in a little tiny store I I better have a bed with me you can buy a recyclable plastic bags they have lots of them everywhere you can go into a store you know for five cents ten cents or whatever it is you can still buy a bag of recyclable reusable plastic bags that's made out of recyclable materials so you'll always have the option to buy a bag which is annoying and again it's things like that the fact that you have to pay on the fact that a comparison that are going to kind of forced us into this New World order if you well get out of going back three other thing now I found out is using paper bags that roaches and other insects are attracted to the glue and paper I'm not surprised I guess you I read this is well known among black people but people that would be saying so I mean I don't know now are we going to use pesticides when we bring our own bags all because you start stacking them up in the closet and you might have friends visiting you in the middle of the night the light on him well there they are all right let's let's talk about this coronavirus and because I know you're out talking to new Yorkers this week about the corona virus I I personally think it's over hyped I know there's there's a little the unknown quantity quality here it kind of kind of makes it scary there were you know we don't know where it came from we're not quite sure how to put prevented or how to treat it so that it is a little scary but I I think the hype is just over the top well that's what we do here man I mean is that is that the media is that the government you know the government nobody wants to be caught with their pants down so to speak back to bed like we don't make a big enough deal out of it and then people turn around don't you didn't make a big enough deal out of it with the media is that all the government officials DO qual model but I I have to give Cuomo credit for pointing out that there was like almost two hundred thousand flu cases I think in New York state or something summary yeah a lot of people more people are going to get just the everyday flu they're gonna get the corona virus and I know when you guys send me out in the morning you know you're looking you're looking for the person that I can get a rise out of I if there are times there are certain stories that people are just like yeah right whatever you know now I have no I don't have a mask no I'm not buying a mass no I haven't seen a ridiculous number of people wearing masks they need that's what I was getting on the street this week everybody is aware of the corona virus but I mean until it's really on top of that I just don't know how scared people really are however when I go into drug stores all over the city and you can't get you cannot hi Amanda anywhere so I suspect there's some stockpiling going on I know all the hospitals have mass right now all of the first responders EMS well we got the sanitizer start while they got the map stockpile people are buying them it's just that either people don't want to admit it or there's just a lot of people that are like you know why we'll wait and see what happens with this bank I think that's probably the best approach and do the common sense thing wash your hands if you're sick stay home and stay out of the way of people who are sick yes I did talk to our students from CCNY this week I interviewed her she's in Florence Italy and she's been there for three months she was in benefits over the weekend can you imagine her parents were freaking out the parents are friends of ours and you know here she is sitting in Florence in this program yeah and my you and all these other colleges are saying come on come on come on you have to come home CCNY is letting students decide if they want to go about making the moment they don't want to come home they don't have to come home like she's sitting in Florence going Jeez do I really want to go to an airport like do you want to go to an airport right now and fly from Italy back to the United States and she decided that was probably scarier than just staying in Florida but she said in Florence everybody in in Venice everybody's got masks on store people are people everybody's got a mask on and it is kind of weird to see all these people she said I went to Florence I couldn't get a map everybody around me is wearing a mask you know who the Torstar because they're the only ones who aren't wearing a mask and you walk around with a scarf around her face so you know you searching and stuff like that and that's when people in New York City are gonna go oh oh okay this thing is real yeah yeah we'll we'll we'll have to wait and see what happens all right appreciate the effort this week Alice thank you very much we'll talk to next week Alice Stockton Rossini here on the job on the Saturday show message and data rates may apply earning your degree from one of the top business schools in the country might sound impossible
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"And W. O. ours Alice Stockton Rossini was out checking on where we have come seven years since superstorm sandy hit so I understand Alice is a lot of areas of the tri state that still have not been fully repaired there's people that are still waiting to get back into their home Paul that are yeah we have bones contractors you've done work who don't have still waiting for payment the city plans Joe plan what's the big plan that really have that started yeah there were articles all week about how we're not really prepared for another super storm which is a little bit scary so I'm happy that you're talking about it this morning and you start a show because I feel like the anniversary comes and goes and then we just don't talk about it again why are why are people not back in their homes well in the case of in New York City they have to build it back program and they had all they got all these contractors together all of these work all all of the work on on homes and they rebuilt them make the Polish a rehab them and then when it came down to pay contractors a lot of contractors were getting paid and survey work session work and leads were paid plate again home and then they couldn't get the yellows and their shoddy construction work in Jersey that was going on and get people couldn't get the to get back into their homes people that still couldn't you know we turned the paper work and got behind the eight ball on that their money and they have worked on it that they couldn't pay for it there's like a litany of reasons now granted there's not as many people as there were five years ago or even but people still out there and that the story I did this week was about the contractors and I talk to a contractor it never think Chris each made over three hundred thirty homes along the south shore of Staten Island and in Brooklyn at the first one that they did in twenty sixteen they did it so fast that build it back the city's program that hired them get a commercial and was like look out faster getting people back into their homes and they got paid for about six of the homes that they completed and the city now owes them nineteen million dollars now I I think the guy Brian Laurie that I talk that they did not put any liens stated they completed all the work all of the people that they did homes for not only got into their homes but they still hold some modem yeah and sold the and they're still waiting hang out of the city because the city claims that they're dealing with hi and a big federal grant I think it's like a billion dollars or something and in order for them to you the contractor submit their money you know submit their orders to the city and what happens as we said okay go in and do the three hundred homes that they go into a home and they start doing work and they go G. this call specific and water for three years because they did get help twenty sixteen right well twenty fourteen and G. we can't just re have this because there's no for the entire floor is destroyed I don't have to put it another floor or we have to reset and put in another floors of the call the change order survey to let these change orders to the city after he says okay well we'll have an auditor look at that and then they have a series of auditors look at that gonna go gonna goes on that change order goes down to the bottom of the list that could be a year before they say okay go ahead with the work well look at you know I mean the government just loves paperwork I isn't there a way to streamline this process a because the thing is you're going to get to the point where people are putting claims in and people going to say it is a hurricane watch how long ago was that I mean you know at some point we're gonna forget about this I know I know it you would think you would think there is always on it but I mean we're seven years out and people work is still being submitted and with the contractors are finding is that people work and then they go well we want some more paperwork bass a bit but this is the best paperwork to the federal government and the federal government that we work through this and on and around and around and around and around god knows how long the good news for this particular builder is back you know they finish their homes they got the people back at the people are in the hall of the people that were damaged during hurricane sandy they're not dealing with it but the construction people are but the city is that I don't know it's for streamlining we've done the stories for thirty years Joe whatever the governments involved whenever there's a big amount of money involved with the federal government to government it's just a boondoggle it's just a mess and then they you know it just goes from it look it just goes from bad to worse wouldn't to away eventually according to another you know another contractor than a cocktail when you go to work for the city you expect delays when you go to work for the city you have to cover your expenses and the only good thing is is that because you're dealing with the city well eventually get paid okay that makes you will eventually get paid this it's gonna take a little while all right W. along as Alice Stockton row CD taking a look back at hurricane sandy thanks Alice have a good weekend are you ready to dominate the markets with one of the fastest trading platforms ever take the tasty works treating challenge we'll give you to market days and five brands is much as two hundred fifty Bucks and.
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"Tomorrow. Two hundred and fifty eighth annual parade. Wow. Here you go to a million people expected to attend the street closures in New York so Fifth Avenue between forty third and seventy nine so enjoy the Saint Patrick's Day parade tomorrow on a Saturday. Well, you got this new Hudson yards project and a couple of hours. They'll be cutting the ribbon just a simple little twenty five billion with a B project is the largest mixed use private real estate venture in American history about that just the the sculpture alone that they have their cost two hundred million dollars by God four thousand apartments. Anyway, let's let's have Alice Stockton rose. Cd check it out. She's on the scene. Alice's an impressive for you. Jones. It's huge the buildings are really really tall really big buildings. There's a lot of very anxious. People dressed in dressed to the nines actually smoking cigarettes looking very anxious. Why construction default so running around shining things up sweeping things up shops doing setup getting ready? You know, feeling all of the excitement and people are calling this an ambitious experiment in urban planning or billionaires playground. Critics calling it a west side west world eighteen million square feet of fun reported six billion in tax breaks. Now, that's almost double the Amazon deal. Where were the protesters on that New Yorkers are coming out and dwells to see this this new development a hundred retail stores are opening four of six brand new shiny towers are open today along with a one hundred fifty foot tall sculpture? It's called the vessel to me. It looks like a parking garage. Wine. So it's it's a. Two hundred million dollars to sculpture it's by. Million dollars twenty twenty five hundred steps at a cost of two hundred million dollars. And everybody wants to get up there. I tried to get tickets because it's free tickets. But it's booked.
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"Good morning. I'm no one Lleyton mayor de Blasios upset with the NYPD over a flag football game. Earlier this month. Cops moved more than thirty cars from west two hundred and eighteenth street, so officers could park for an F Y PD flag football that can't happen again that was wrong. Commissioner O'neil knows I feel strongly on this matter, and that's not something we can see happen again because it undermines the faith. We're trying build between police and community. Police Commissioner Jimmy Neil defending the move saying special events happen all the time in the city a massive fire burning in Glen cove this morning at one point there were giant waves of fire and huge plumes of smoke billowing up. From a large warehouse, apparently propane tanks were exploding inside. This is a plumbing supply company on Morris avenue in Glen cove, blaze breaking out around ten last night. Fire chief Robert Marino. Watch pharma fought volume of fire. It sits difficult extinguish a number of different fire departments, including the Afghan y helping out no reported injuries. I'm Scott Pringle for seven. Ten o. New Jersey has a deal to legalize recreational pot. The final details have to be worked out, but leader still need to convince enough lawmakers to vote for house speaker Nancy Pelosi says she's not trying to remove President Trump from office for the first time speaker of the house flatly declared she is again. Impeaching President Trump telling the Washington Post, I'm not for impeachment unless there's something so compelling an overwhelming and bipartisan, I don't think we should go down that path because it divides the country, and he's just not worth it. Let's correspondent Jonathan Karl. And he'll join when Berman and Michael Riedel in about an hour from now, and the Brooklyn DA facing criticism that he's getting soft on crime solace called his new crime plan Justice twenty twenty and attempt to move beyond the narrative that incarcerating someone promote safety he told reporters sending a criminal to jail isn't always what victims one adding they wanna make sure they're safe and the criminal gets help his new plan promotes considering non jail resolution than a shift toward community-based responses to crime Alice Stockton, Rosie needs seven ten w w award news time,.
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"Well, not many people can say I'm sitting on the top of mount Kilimanjaro, but w Omar's Alice Stockton, Rosie knee is among them, and she is back from her travels to Africa and her assent to the peak. First of all, congratulations. It was awesome. It was the hardest thing I've ever done, man. And you like to do hard things I like to do I need a challenge constantly in my life. I it's it's annoying for those around me. But it's never enough. I have to do something else. Something bigger something better in. This was amazing. I was invited to go on this trip by a friend of mine, and I it took every ounce of emotional and physical strength that I could muster the oldest day and compare it to I could compare to would be the thirty six hours of labor with my son, Jake, and when you're in labor, you don't get a break at least nine hours to the top to the summit. You know, the last day you. Climb four thousand feet from the base camp of to the summit at two o'clock in the morning. And it's, you know, because the winds are really calm, and you know, but you're going up in the altitude is going up, and you're just like trying to muster everything you've got and it's really hard. And you find yourself going. What am I doing? What am I doing? What am I I can't do that? I gotta do this. I gotta do this. And when you get to the top the feeling I mean, your endorphins start, you know, going off. That's the thing. I mean, obviously, it's it's very exciting and exhilarating to get to the top. But once you're there you have to come down. What is that? Like, you know, they asked me to write a little thing a little blurb for our website, and I stopped it right there because it's it was eight hours to get up there. And you start at two AM. You're so excited. You don't get any sleep. You get to the top the air is really thin. You're all excited, it's like Woo-hoo. And then it straight down it is just straight down. And at that point the porter start saying things like do you want us to take your backpack? And it's like, yes. And I linked arms with a porter and we did like a three. Legged walked down the hill. Like, really fast down the hill. A couple of people actually ran because they just wanted to get out of the altitude. But you know, I'm not a young buck. Buck Ness, anywhere. My knees, my knees. I was just like oh my God. Oh my God. Did you post any pictures? I haven't seen pictures from the well, I saw one picture of us at the peak. Right. But in terms of like the vista from looking out at the top. I have a Bryan probably all in the clouds, right? No, not at all. We're was bright sunshine that day was absolutely. Yeah. We got really lucky 'cause I've seen pictures of people up there, and it's like blizzard conditions, right? But it was a bright sunny day. There weren't clouds. There were some clouds laying in the mountains. And you're kind of like on top of the clouds looking down and the clouds are like sitting, right? Very nice. Oh my God. That was beautiful. What what did you learn from the experience, I learned that I had more gas in the tank that I thought for me, it was a really spiritual experience watching the sun rise as you're walking up the mountain looking at the moon and the moon instead of you know, when it's a quarter moon. It's not it's on either side while in that part of the world, it's at the bottom. So let's just like a little slippery. It could slip into. It was the journey. It was the people who were on the journey with me all very bright young people. Some I would say most of them in their twenties or thirties and listening to their experiences and finding what we all have in common and finding out what we're made of and thinking about what I really want to do in my life. What I really want to do with my time. I mean for me when I'm hiking. It's just kind of like self reflection and spiritual as well as the physical challenges of you know, years and years and years of working out and trying to stay flexible and trying to stay strong..
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"Good morning. Everyone hit is the Bartlett Saturday show and a big story this week had to do with ways the ways navigation app a lot of people use it. I use it. I find it very very helpful for a number of reasons because it tells you whether or not there's traffic ahead. It tells you whether or not there's a disabled vehicle, and it tells you where the police are we gotta now that we have to know that well w Alice Stockton Rosellini was out on the street getting some reaction because the NYPD wants to shut it down, or at least the police notification part of it. Anyway, they're saying it it impedes their ability to do a job. And I spent I don't know a couple of hours at, you know, the ferry station Staten Island ferry station in Whitehall, and I talked to people with various opinions about it. And I was thinking the one thing I think me personally, I think it's like an overreach for the NYPD to send a cease and desist letter. Two Google saying, you know, we can't do our job. We can't catch drunk drivers. They're going to know where we are. But are they worried? Do you think for their safety like if we put if you just go two ways, and you know, where these cops are is that what this is about. And and they're just not saying it because if you look at the articles, it's just it just sounds like, you know, we can't catch drunk drivers. And people had some interesting comments about that. And people should know where we are. It's about safety and the whole safety debate confuses me because how how is it less safe? If you can see a cop because if you see a cop you slow down. And if you think there's one up there, you're going to die. I use it all the time. And I got to tell you most of the times when they tell you police ahead. I don't see them. Now, they may be very well hidden or they're gone. But I will tell you when I know that there are ways tells me police ahead. I slow down. Oh, yeah. Really so Google saying we're actually making the roads safer by giving you a heads up, and they're saying, no, you know, we can't do our job there. I talked to a lot of people. I only found one guy who agreed with NYPD at the app should be removed. His name's Dan hear what.
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"And Michael Riedel in the morning on seven ten. Got to get rid of those plastic bags governor says fire mentally now. Get stuck in the craw the whales out there in the in the ocean as they do so, but we got to find out what New Yorkers think about no more plastic bags. So we says going to be putting it in the budget. So the last time what he did last time around was had to go through the legislature Cuomo. But this time he put it in the budget. So if they vote for the budget, it goes into law there, you go very clever. All right. Well, let's check in with w ours. Alice Stockton Rossini our own bag lady out there on the on the street. She's she's going to check in with the New Yorkers as soon as we liner. She's there now. Great alice. Good morning to you. How you guys doing good house now better the Iran? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Good morning. And I've been out talking to people about bags, and, you know, generally, speaking great idea, but there are a couple of problems here. First of all the proliferation of plastic bags. I'm all for it. If it saves the world's values, the tote bags so you can buy sell for ninety nine cents because once I got the plastic bags and up was having the use them. So like a recycle them in some fashion, and that ends up just being a dog poop bag or about to put recyclables in downstairs.
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"We want to know. H. Screw it. Well, that's what you do down there. Okay. Big three stories this morning. We got about five of them. But our big three happy new year. Everybody the gang is all back together. We are looking forward to a great new year her on the big show in the morning. Also in the big three president meeting with congressional leaders today. Can they opened the government? Can they solve the wall issue? We have Long Island congressman Peter King. Joining us after the news at eight o'clock for some some real answers because he knows what he's talking about as opposed to some of the people working here and rounding out the big three. No styrofoam in the city. No cigarettes in pharmacies changing all the laws. I love this. No styrofoam no cigarettes, but you can get high and smoke pot on the Cyprus. There you go. That's the did you see Bill Bratton, our friend. He came out swinging against the new laws on if your Email. We'll try to get he says, it's it's the road to ruin also in the big stories. We got a mega winner on long. I bought my ticket on Long Island. You did. And I was in Glen had yesterday. And that's where the winner was. So anyway, four hundred and twenty five million dollars jackpot while I'm Alice Stockton Roseanne on the scene. If you're looking for a good start to the stock market for the new year. Forget it the Dow futures look like a bloodbath. Start all over down three hundred sixty eight at last check, what is causing this is this really this possible trade war with China. I don't know. But I just think the president made a mistake by taking credit for the market going up because in very little market was going to go down. So if you're gonna take credit for going. You gotta take blame for going deli. Did tell everybody to calm down not worry about it. Well, good..
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"She won the tickets to see frozen September twenty seven she's going to join me and Mark Simone for dinner at Johns of Times Square before going over to the Saint James to see frozen, the Broadway musical we have an update on the big election. You have twenty more minutes to vote on talking about the primaries. I'm talking about the vote on Michael shirt that he wore yesterday. He wore the Scott, ugly shirt stylish, beautiful French shirt, folks. And it was all these wine corks, and we and and Natalie thought it looked like cigarette butts. She also thought I looked like a pimp. Well, that's what we we have. Twenty five more minutes the vote. The polls are still open. Unlike the primary, go to our website, seven ten W, R dot com slash Lennon. Michael last chance to vote. Now, we ask you only have two choices right pimp or stylish and it started out one hundred percent pimp. It did you notice? Now, I've closed the gap. Fifty one percent Pam forty nine stylish. So if you think the shirt, a stylish is your chance to push real over the top. Now, look at my folks out. Let me read a couple of tweets people have been tweeting all day and night, atlan. Michael w our our own Alice Stockton Roseanne e tweeted, she wrote it looks like protons from science class and Jack tweeted Michael from one conservative to another please get help. I do like the president tweeted that I I look like one of the characters from casual fallen kinda true, actually. All right. Hey, a big night for the Mets. They beat Miami. In the double header first game four to three second game five to two wait till you knowledge sports off the off the air. But we have a rule the studio if it happens in the studio it goes on the air rate. So realtors commercial and said who the Mets beat Miami? I told him and he said well who they beat the second game. And I played them that normally they don't ship another team in a city field for the second game of the doubleheader. Normally the double header is the same team for both games. I say when you go to a Broadway play is the second act a different show across the street. Continue the same show just wanted to make sure that I had this buttoned up before I started. The sports segment would have the bottom of the ninth inning. The Mets are trailing by Iran and they're down to their final out. No one on base. And then Michael Conforto steps to the plate. But what hit.
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"Services quarterback LLC w w we're on Affiliated entities this is Jeff, McKinney and the WR newsroom the heat is even hotter today than, it has been the. Last couple of days the third. Day of our current wave we have feel like temperatures up around. One hundred and five. Degrees or more and as the. Temperature sizzle the city of Hobo continues to cope with water main breaks to more just since yesterday afternoon the latest in a long series of, breaks, for Hoboken and today hoboken's mayor is, going to court suing the, city's water, provider Suez water another day another water main break the latest. At one forty five this morning sending water cascading into the past station seventeen water main breaks over the past sixty five days including yesterday's right around the corner in a city. Residents are calling ho broken enough is enough this, is a, public, safety, threat. Mayorov e Bala blaming Suez water but senior VP retaining says we can tell you right now what causes main breaks old. Pipe a hundred years old I'm Sara Lee Kessler for seven, ten w.. O. r. two cents a body parts found in garb Bags. In two, different Bronx locations and are thought to be linked the latest set of. Remains found yesterday at Baretto point park and hunts point and the others founder of the entrance to Crotone apart four days earlier. The first set remains known to be. Those of a woman and police are working on an ID for her high profile members of the Trump, administration will be departing his White House position President Trump announced on Twitter that White House counsel Don Mcgann will be leaving his position in the fall. After the president says he hopes is the successful confirmation Abrek Cavanaugh to the supreme court the. President writes quote I have worked with Don for, a long time, and truly appreciate his service Mcgann spoke. Extensively to the special counsels team meeting with Robert Muller's investigators on at least three separate occasions sources tell. ABC news mcgann's attorney wrote an Email to. The president's legal team to offer. Reassurances that Mcgann did not incriminate, Mr. Trump Karen Travers ABC, news the White House Senator John McCain alliance state today at the, state capital on what. Would have been as eighty second. Birthday a private ceremony for McCain's family today followed by public viewing The former vice president Joe Biden will speak, at a memorial service for McCain at north Phoenix Baptist church tomorrow governor, Cuomo challenges Cynthia Nixon are squaring off tonight in our only scheduled debate before next month's democratic primary and Nixon wants to. Control the room temperature during tonight's competition seventy. Six degrees that's the room temp camp next him, once when Cynthia Nixon. And the governor debate tonight at Hofstra the reported request. Came in an Email to the new station moderating and airing the contest noting working conditions. Are notoriously sexist, when, it comes to room temps and we just wanna make sure we're all on the same page here Cam Cuomo responded just as one might expect with unlike Nixon the governor has more important things to focus on them room temperature Alice Stockton Rosellini seven ten a comedian Louis c. k. back in the spotlight after sexual misconduct allegations, forced him, into the shadows here's the latest now from correspondent Johnson disgrace.
Man Accused of Killing NY Nurse May Be A Serial Killer
"Trial. However it, will give, us an inside look at some of the details that, are part of. The year long Muller investigation as correspondent Stephanie Ramos President Trump also lashing. Out at the media on Twitter today he says. They're going crazy calling them totally unhinged. Trump says in seven. Years when he? Leaves office their ratings will dry up and they'll be gone. A man accused of murdering. A New York City nurse may be a serial, killer cops, looking at whether Twenty-seven-year-old Danielle Drayton was killed has killed upwards of, seven women that he met on dating app police in New York say the suspect. Is responsible for, killing twenty nine year old Samantha Stewart a nurse who was found, dead in her queens home, back on July seventh authorities. Believe Drayton used. Dating websites in apps to meet and victimize women his court appointed. Attorney told the court he is pleading not guilty as car correspondent Carlos Granda and cops are, looking for a man who set fire to a Staten Island gas station. Was filling up a portable gas tank outside a convenience. Store, on Richmond avenue and victory boulevard yesterday morning when it appears he sprayed gaffe on the ground lit a piece of paper and. Throw it, down igniting a burst of flames the suspect took off as. The station's fire suppression system extinguished the flames leaving. A man nearby with minor injuries Alice Stockton Rossini, seven ten wwl three.
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"Alice Stockton Rosellini, he'll be reporting all morning long. From the, flat iron district also in the big three. It is Trump. Putin, to yes president says let's have put covers in, the White House this fall Well what, I'm, chuckling, about, is, you sound on the tweet. Yesterday saying that, the. Fake news media is the. Enemy of the people but Putin Hayes our best. Buddy and rounding out the big three we've got. Some great, guests here on the program this morning we have Barbara Corcoran of shark tank, will, join. Us we, have the voice of the Mets how. He rose, the seasons resuming tonight with the, subway series in the Bronx we also have a hypnotist obviously into a good enough job I'd, read it. Because he's still blabbering away here but actually worked on Ritalin and this is going to be fascinating story we'll talk to him and we, also have the producer mama Mia because hey we got. The big movie. I'm telling you mama Mia is. A great movie Judy Kramer my old pal she'll be on. Today it's resuming tonight and, we've got the movie goes so. Anyway you, are you trying to get a sound effect. Over there I thought you were the maestro of the sound effects Lewis. Show today is totally blew it I saw it up, here, a, moment, ago, and now I can't say. I called you, the. Liberace of the soundboard now. You can't even get an Abba song up there. Yeah well we'll get right here we go dancing. Queen young, and sweet only seventeen house we have to depend on you Joe you want to. Join me no I don't like Happy now can you not. Like this I'm bouncing,.
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"To that will we have the beaches shutdown sunday we have a budget impasse new jersey will we have another chris christie moment get the hell off the beach except for i'm allowed to stay you have to get off alice stockton rosie is at the scene of the infamous chris christie beach share a photo as use an island state park is places beautiful today what's gonna happen sunday alice i don't know what's going to happen sunday but the memories of what happened last year are still very fresh and particularly the minds of business owners here it was just people wanting to go somewhere and had no place to go was terrible it was horrible and just you know all these businesses down here bum rogers jr appear house they were just all basically at a standstill usually any nice weekend yeah places loaded with people nobody here just this is what you what you see right now this is what you had this quiet last year to beaches close definitely business was off we definitely had some problems and it just wasn't fair to the people at the state of new jersey just not right have a budget by midnight tomorrow that we're going to have a repeat come sunday also be a gorgeous day he was going to be in the upper nineties here in the city i can only imagine what a beautiful day it will be down on the beach it's gotta be perfect down at the beach for a second to be perfect if people are not going to be allowed to sit you know go to the state parks and all that last guy you're hurt he owns appear house here and yeah last year a lot of business raising taxes of course it's gonna hurt business i'm against raising minimum wages minimum wages were meant to protect minors it's not meant to be a living wage what about.
White House press secretary responds to controversy over restaurant ouster
"This is jeff mckinney and the w o r newsroom there are now seven arrests in the machete hacking death of a fifteen year old bronx boy being charged in the death of la sandro guzman felise police say it was a case of mistaken identity when he was attacked by gang members last week at a bodega at one hundred and eighty third and bathgate guzman felice ran to a nearby hospital where he collapsed and died and here's more now on the tragedy of guzman felice sandro guzman police was one of the good kids in the neighborhood only adding to the grief over his senseless murder junior wasn't an explorer nyc youth explorer he was a protector and he was one of them he's one of us he united us and we lost and we lost him and houston angel a memorial candles pictures flowers and personal notes now surrounds the corner bodega where reputed gang members drag guzman felise out to the street and butchered him and no one tried to help alice stockton rosellini seven ten wwl our president trump this afternoon talking immigration in the oval office saying when people enter the us are legally they should quickly be sent back to where they came from we want a system where when people come in illegally they have to go out nice simple system that works you know mexico holes people for four hours five hours do hours and they're gone we have people for four five six years and they never leave white house press secretary sarah sanders today confirming she was kicked out of a virginia restaurant i was asked to leave a restaurant this weekend where i attempted to have dinner with my family i was asked to leave because i worked for president trump that happened to the red hen restaurant in lexington virginia the president today attack the red hen he attacked them on twitter saying it appears to be a dirty establishment is still no agreement between governor phil murphy and the new jersey state legislature on a budget for the next fiscal year even though his own party controls the legislature murphy says their budget isn't close to his we now have documented that the legislative leadership's plan is nearly a billion dollars short in being able to cover these needed investments the investments are for improving schools new.
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"Happy friday everybody at nine point nine five in the morning while paper or plastic it doesn't matter because either way you're going to be charged five cents if the governor has his way he has to sign it i the legislature new jersey this is all new jersey the legislature signed it yesterday five cents for every bag paper or paper but only one cent goes to the stores four sets goes for the government to waste that big black hole known as the new jersey budget but he has to sign it murphy so we'll see if he size well let's check in with alice stockton rossini who was out there in new jersey blowing up paper bags and pop them alice good morning actually i've been lacking rain and calling everybody i can think of get clarification on upper vision in the bill that restricts bag use restricts any other restrictions municipalities from imposing anything other than the state wide proposal so the state wide proposal goes into effect on tober i any municipal or county regulations in place already would be grandfathered but local efforts to restrict bag use after that would be banned so you've got a ton of municipalities particularly along the jersey shore they want to ban bags or they want to impose fees here in hoboken we're right on the water here they want to impose a ten cent fee for a bag wow that was this proposed in june yeah ten cents you wanna bag it's gonna cost you ten cents state law then was superseded and we'd have to be five cents that's correct and less hoboken passes this ordinance before october first now unity's exteriors communities that have already passed ordinance completely if they're already past their grandfather did.
MMA star McGregor says he regrets Brooklyn melee
"In new jersey alice stockton didn't rosellini seven ten president trump's former attorney michael cohen is looking for new legal representation and reports say he may work with prosecutors former new jersey governor chris christie tells good morning america what this means for the president nobody likes the idea that their lawyer would be cooperating with the federal government if that's where this goes no one would be happy about that but on the other hand we don't even know what he's got to say yet meanwhile today as president trump's birthday and he could be getting a really big gift the highly anticipated justice department inspector general's report on the handling of the hilary clinton email investigation comes out today which happens to be the president's seventy second birthday before heading out to the g seven summit last week president trump said the report would be a nice birthday present seems that it's coming out on my birthday maybe that's appropriate let's see it as the report is expected to focus on former fbi director james call me and the decisions he made during the clinton investigation stephanie ramos abc news the white house ufc fighter conor mcgregor is reportedly looking for a plea deal he was in court this morning after throwing a hint truck at another fighters bus at the barclay center in brooklyn here today i understand the series of this model i'm hopeful mcgregor's charged with assault and criminal mischief but negotiations are underway for a possible plea deal soon you won't be able to get styrofoam in new york city mayor de blasios says single use styrofoam plates cups and containers will be banned starting january first after a lawsuit challenging the ban was struck down friday he says the ban is long overdue and the city is ready for more environmentally friendly alternatives there's a six month grace period before fines will be levied and small businesses and nonprofit to bring in less than five hundred thousand dollars per year can apply.
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"Speeding down revson the guy with the other guy was coming down cdl she was making elapsed on rim sin and from what i witnesses are telling us the guy speeding down renison just just ran the red light so that was it they weren't drag race they weren't drag racing but that's a common around here especially on the weekends but we heard that before over the years to there's certain areas of the city where the world's are just perfect for teenagers and freaks out there so this may be one of those but that was not the case one was coming you know down ramps and the other one coming in the white there was excessive speed maybe on both and and they stand on the scene but but no arrests yet and we're just not as far as i know and we just got word alice that the mayor has no public appearances scheduled today oh my goodness there must be something going on all right alice stockton rossini from canarsie thanks appreciate saturday night terrible story you hate when you hear the point he made you know if this happened in another neighborhood maybe they would do things but we've been he says they've been after the city council for a long time and your idea of speed bumps was obviously embraced by someone else in the neighborhood that's a great idea i think speed bumps are far more than speed cameras camera cameras going to catch it after the accident and no one speeding rows anything there might be a camera up there should slow down you see a speed bump at an at your face you're going to slow down i just wonder what the department's transportation thinks of speed bumps when it comes to snow removal and stuff like that and and it must be streets all over the city i wonder if you went around putting sweep i wonder what the protocol is for how you put in speed bumps certain neighborhoods because you do see him pop up from time to time but they're not really all that common in the city now they aren't they could impede the flow of traffic i suppose could be a problem we got back we your take your phone calls whose side are you on the lesbian kissers of the uber driver who buddha them out of his car.
Basics of sports betting in New Jersey
"And today new jersey officials are confirming the presence of clinging jellyfish and yet another of the state's waterways the state's department of environmental protection says mom clare state university researchers tested water from the makita river located in ocean county and ken confirm the clinging jellyfish are there in previous years monmouth county shrewsbury and manosque kwan rivers were found to have the invasive species as well native to the pacific ocean clinging jellyfish are difficult to spot and water but pack a powerful and painful sting they aren't usually seen on beaches are sandy areas but rather back bays and rivers where folks are encouraged to use waiters or boots so as to avoid being stung james flippin for seven ten w o r people in new jersey reacting today to governor murphy signing the sports betting bill feeling lucky regarding status officially the second state to legalize sports betting governor murphy signed the legislation yesterday but there will be no wagering before tomorrow when the new jersey racing commission holds a hearing to review regulations establishing sports betting at race tracks monmouth park expects to be ready to roll and take the i bet thursday morning sports betting is expected to bring in thirteen million in annual revenue with beck taxed at eight and a half percent alice stockton rozina seven ten wwl and the forecast is.
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"For the latest news it's fifty seven degrees at seven thirty cloudy and warmer this afternoon getting warmer as the week goes on good morning i'm mike bauer there's a new way to get around new york alice stockton rossini has the story over cape make room for jump powered bikes and scooters that may run citi bike in cars right out of town for one they're docked less so docking stations won't take a parking or show up right outside your front door jump joined dozens of other startups next month rolling out two hundred bikes for trial but the pilot program will be limited to coney island the rockaway the bronx staten island because citi bike has the market cornered in manhattan and parts of brooklyn and queens drew twenty twentynine alice stack in rosie needs seven ten wwl warr five new york city firefighters are being treated for minor injuries in a fire that forced the evacuation of a huge apartment building in queens w o r sara lee kessler tells us there's no word yet on the cause it broke out about eleven thirty last night in elmhurst on the top floor of the king george apartments on forty first avenue all three hundred units had to be evacuated quite as seen parents and pj's rushing their kids and pets out the burning building d whole hawks wife fainted everything bombed shredded cheese trump their apartment was one of four completely gutted on the top floor where the fire began i'm sara lee kessler for seven ten w o r a manhattan karate instructor is charged with multiple counts of sex abuse involving minors w wars rob dawson reports the.
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"Com said he was cited eight times for speeding one other story in the time said around half of his suspension for because of parking violation so alice stockton rosellini on hand in paramus where of course this originated the the bus from the east brook middle school was heading to waterloo village three buses left and one had the the fatal crash which killed the teacher and a student alyssa what are they saying in parameters billion plastic straws are used in discarded every single day is justin justin hobo is this just in hoboken or a wider swath anyway what they're saying about this bus driver is you have to look at this record that they've released and as you were saying his license was suspended fourteen times between nineteen seventy five and twenty seventeen that's forty plus years six of this suspensions were parking violations another seven were for administrative paperwork and one was for driving while his license was suspended so the last suspension was in two thousand seventeen and that was for failing to pay parking tickets so when you look at this guy's record over forty plus years certainly there didn't seem to be any red flags or any reason not to hire him another issue that's been brought up as his age he was seventy seven years old so i checked in with some bus driver friends that i have that i know and in order to maintain the commercial driver's license to to to drive a bus you have to get vision checks you have to get drug checks the drug checks are random they can come anytime the vision checks and the physicals every two years if you have high blood.
Settlement reached in Eli Manning memorabilia fraud lawsuit
"Governor christie always said he'd like to do it they're probably thirty or forty people in this room that might take a bet today if i let them at park operator dennis strays and at a press conference yesterday at the william hill sports bar the ocean port racetrack he said he expects betting to start that soon governor phil murphy said in a statement he's looking forward to working with the legislature to an act a law authorizing and regulating sports betting in the very near future i'm sue guzman on seven ten w o r lawsuit between three memorabilia collectors in the new york giants and eli manning is over there is a settlement in the case ally manning fans we may never know the real truth behind that ugly sports memorabilia mass three collectors accused the giants quarterback of tossing fake game worn equipment to three collectors to sell the fans did he or didn't he the collectors filed a lawsuit against manning the giants steiner sports in two equipment managers who were supposed to give up real sweaty game worn jerseys and helmets for sale us settlement has been reached a day before equipment gate was set to go to trial and to quote should not be viewed as supporting any allegations claims or defenses alice stockton rossini seven ten wwl white house spokesman ron shaw hamas is to blame for yesterday's deadly violence in gaza during a briefing he said israel has a right to defend itself dozens of palestinians have been killed in clashes with really security forces the violence breaking out after the opening of the us embassy in jerusalem this is a propaganda attempt i mean this is a gruesome unfortunate propaganda attempt i think the israeli government has spent weeks trying to handle this without violence joining us now live to talk more about it nbc radio national correspondent bills zimper i guess the violence was pretty much expected right bill yes it was they were expecting protests along the border between gaza and israel about but the number of protesters was just incredible they say as many as forty thousand protesters along that fence line that fortified fence and it wasn't long before gunfire erupted there the death toll we're told is now at sixty with over two thousand others suffering injuries as a result as for hamas involvement there's no doubt that they were involved to to some point in these protests although many many protesters were there in among those killed were.
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"Claims watching eric schneiderman become an outspoken metoo supporter and aggressively pursue harvey weinstein is exactly what made his accusers come forward for women he was romantically involved with tell the new yorker he was violin two of them say they were slapped and choked and the physical abuse escalated over time one woman born in sri lanka claim schneiderman called her is brown slave and made her say she was his property in a statement to the magazine schneiderman claims he has engaged in role playing and other consensual sexual activity but never assaulted anyone alice stockton rosellini seven ten wwl are clearly some political ramifications to go with his resignation more on that from correspondent aaron katersky piece four women came forward in the new yorker absent any apparent political agenda but there are political questions involved eric schneiderman has been a constant thorn in the side of president trump he is investigated trump university trump family charities and with other democratic attorneys general has filed court documents against a number of trump policies so there's no surprise that those close to the president are gleeful about these allegations and governor cuomo is calling for a thorough investigation top cop at the port authority of new york new jersey has retired michael georgos retirement comes just days after he reportedly ordered a police escort complete with flashing lights and sirens for rush limbaugh word of as opposed escort got the attention of the agency's inspector general who opened an investigation that escort from newark liberty airport to manhattan was mentioned in detail on russia's radio show here in new york on wr well a world waiting today for president trump to reveal his decision on the iran nuclear deal he's promised an announcement at the white house two o'clock and joining us now live nbc radio national correspondent bills in for you know donald trump is pretty unpredictable but everybody's predicting that he's going to pull out of the deal so any surprises bill it is a surprise because everybody else involved in this deal the other countries involved in.