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COVID In New Jersey: Gov. Murphy Announces New Restrictions For Indoor And Outdoor Gatherings As State’s Cases Soar

KYW 24 Hour News

01:04 min | 2 weeks ago

COVID In New Jersey: Gov. Murphy Announces New Restrictions For Indoor And Outdoor Gatherings As State’s Cases Soar

"Kramer Kramer has has more more on on the the Garden Garden state's state's new new restrictions restrictions on on indoor indoor and and outdoor outdoor gatherings. gatherings. It It does does not not give give me me or or any any of of us us any any pleasure pleasure to to institute institute these these restrictions. restrictions. Governor Governor Murphy Murphy says. There's no other choice but the state seeing more than 14,500 new cases over the last four days, That's 5% of the total number of cases. Since the pandemic began. So today I'm signing an executive order to reduce indoor gathering limits to no more than 10 persons That's down from 25 persons. Exemptions include weddings, funerals, religious services and performances. Those can continue a 25% capacity with no more than 150 people at any time. Indoor sports can also exceed the 10 person limit, but that only includes players and personnel. No Spectators like Wasps. Out door. Gathering limits will also be pulled back from the current 500 down to 150 that starts Monday of next week. Governor Fi knows this will likely change some holiday plans, something he encourages, were urging everybody. Keep their Thanksgiving plants as small as possible. Andrew Kramer care whatever you news radio back here in the Commonwealth, Laura Mary in

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Some states impose new restrictions as U.S. tops 11 million COVID cases

KYW 24 Hour News

01:07 min | 2 weeks ago

Some states impose new restrictions as U.S. tops 11 million COVID cases

"Record record high high coronavirus coronavirus numbers numbers lately. lately. So So Kim Kim wannabes wannabes Andrew Andrew Kramer Kramer reports reports new new restrictions restrictions on on indoor and outdoor gatherings have been announced today. It does not give me or any of us any pleasure. Institute these restrictions, Governor Murphy says there's no other choice with the state seeing more than 14,500 new cases over the last four days. That's 5% of the total number of cases since the pandemic began. So today I'm signing an executive order to reduce indoor gathering limits to Nome or In 10 persons that's down from 25 persons. Exemptions include weddings, funerals, religious services and performances. Those can continue a 25% capacity with no more than 150 people at any time. Indoor sports can also exceed the 10 person limit, but that only includes players and personnel. No Spectators like watch out door gathering limits will also be pulled back. From the current 500 down to 150 that starts Monday of next week. Governor Murphy knows this will likely change some holiday plans. Something he encourages, were urging everybody. To keep their Thanksgiving plants as small as possible. Andrew Kramer care whatever you news radio it's

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Former President Barack Obama Fires Up Crowd At South Philadelphia Rally For Joe Biden

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01:08 min | Last month

Former President Barack Obama Fires Up Crowd At South Philadelphia Rally For Joe Biden

"Barack Obama campaigned in person for Joe Biden in South Philly last night. Hey, what W's Andrew Kramer tells us this was Ah Drivin rally with a big Hello, Philadelphia. Former President Obama kicked off this 30 minute rally where he stressed over and over again the importance of getting out and voting 13 days until the most important election of our lifetimes. And you don't have to. You don't have to wait. November 3rd to cast your ballot. In fact, he told everyone to vote as soon as possible. He talked Obamacare and how President Trump has been trying to replace it for years to no avail. I got a big reaction when we spoke in favor of the black lives matter, Protests that reaction Ah, mix of cheers and hunks from Johnny King Marino and the rest of the crowd. It's really exciting, and I think what's great is that it's you know, everyone social distancing, they're being really careful. On DH. It's nice that you know politicians would be concerned about the people that are there. Signs everywhere, told people to stay in their cars. But once the former president hopped on the stage ah lot of people got out and headed to the barriers to get as close as possible. Outside citizens Bank Park Andrew Kramer, can one of you news radio. Pope's

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Philadelphia - For Trump, City Where ‘Bad Things Happen’ Looms Large

KYW 24 Hour News

00:56 sec | Last month

Philadelphia - For Trump, City Where ‘Bad Things Happen’ Looms Large

"Shirts have been popping up all over town since President Trump Name drop Philadelphia during the first presidential debate last month. Now Kay wide open, he's Andrew Kramer reports a touring company is getting in on the action. When President Trump said this. You know why? Because bad things happen in Philadelphia. Bad things. The city all of a sudden found its new favorite slogan to Macular noticed he owns the tour company. Founding Footsteps were watching the debate and you've made that comment. And within about a half hour, so maybe it doesn't different. Bad things happening to adopt your teacher, so I knew it was something that we could really capitalize on. So starting Thursday, they'll be doing the bad things happen in Philadelphia tour, So it's about through time and showed up here and take you through. Different neighborhood. How the story Colony tour about different crimes have happened over the last couple. 100 year. Thesaurus air only scheduled for a couple of weeks for now, But if they're anywhere near as popular as that, saying has become McAleer can see them being added to their regular schedule.

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"andrew kramer" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:23 min | Last month

"andrew kramer" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"To 65. It's 10. It's 11, 05 and confirmation hearings for Amy Cockney. Barrett resume tomorrow morning with questions and answers for the nominee. Today, Senators on the Judiciary Committee and Coney Barrett gave opening statements. The Supreme Court nominee says she believes the court should interpret the U. S constitution and laws as they were written. CBS's Peter King. I thank the president for entrusting me with this profound responsibility. Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney Barrett Day one of her confirmation hearing in the books. Democrats like New Jersey's Cory Booker's say Republicans are Pilling beat the clock with American lives were here because in the middle of a deadly pandemic In the middle of an ongoing election. Senate Republicans have found a nominee and judge Barrett, who they know will do what they couldn't do subvert the will of the American people and overturned the A and overturn Roe v. Wade. That's what this is about. That's why we're here. It's very simple. Iowa Republican Chuck Grassley, Republicans Are following the Constitution and the president. It seems, Democrats would rather just ignore both. At the end of day one of the hearings, the senators were told to get some rest to prepare for a contentious week ahead. And now to this confrontation. The wife, wife of Pennsylvania Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman, says she was the target of a racist verbal attack. W's Andrew Kramer reports. Giselle Federman, who is Latina says Over the weekend, a woman continuously shouted the racial slur at her while she was shopping there her western PPA home. Federman got a quick video of this and posted that to her social media accounts that video As hundreds of thousands of views in her post. Federman calls this an example of how divided the country is, she says she wants to expose this woman. It worked some of the comments she's begetting or from people who say they've encountered the same woman. And if that was similar experiences with her governor, Wolf calls this woman's actions shameful and unacceptable. In a statement, he says no Pennsylvania should ever be made. They feel unwelcome in our Commonwealth because of their race or ethnicity. State police didn't have an immediate comment. Andrew Kramer KOW news radio, also in P ace, the state Legislature is not back in session until next week, when it's expected that take up legislation that would allow county elections offices to open ballot envelopes. Before Election Day, KOW Suburban bureau chief Jim Mel work reports. Under current rules County elections officers can't start opening ballot envelopes until 7 A.m. on election Day. While discussions on allowing more time to open those envelopes have been going on for months. State legislative leaders say they expect to take it up when they get back to Harrisburg next week. Montgomery County Commissioner and chair of the county Elections board, Ken Lawrence says this close to the election. We're not counting on that we will be able to pretty campus. He says It would have been helpful if the Legislature could have addressed that two months ago when they were planning staffing. Lawrence says. You can't guess how long it'll take to count ballots because they can't say how many little get but he says they've invested more than million dollars and equipment like high speed scanners and envelope extractors, he says the account 24 hours a day until they're finished. The deadline to register to vote is October 19th the last day to request a mail in ballots October. 27th County officials say, apply for a mail in ballot as soon as possible, because depending on the number of requests they get on the 27th. It may be difficult, if not impossible to get balance out in time to be returned at the suburban bureau Jim Mel Word, credible you news radio..

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Delaware issues new COVID-19 mask guidance for children

KYW 24 Hour News

00:25 sec | 3 months ago

Delaware issues new COVID-19 mask guidance for children

"Now that it's time to go back to school. A state of Delaware's tweaked It stands on kids wearing face mask. We get more from Cabo W's Andrew Kramer. When Delaware first started requiring face coverings in public Children under the age of 12 were exempt. Not anymore. If your child is in kids of Gardiner up, Delaware director of Public Health Dr Carroll RTE says he or she should have a mask on including in school face coverings. Air now encouraged but not required. For Kids ages 2 to 4.

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Kenney’s deadline to disband Philadelphia camps passes as protesters remain

KYW 24 Hour News

01:08 min | 3 months ago

Kenney’s deadline to disband Philadelphia camps passes as protesters remain

"Of Philadelphia's homeless encampments even after the city's second eviction deadline passed this morning. Okay. What abuse? Andrew Kramer tells us there will be a hearing this week after the camp was sued. So excuse me sued the city and federal court. It's still business as usual on the site here along the Ben Franklin Parkway. Music playing protesters running around. A lawyer for the camp says they filed a motion for an injunction. In other words, a temporary restraining order if you will, and hopes the city won't try to shut them down again. The judge already heard legal arguments from both the camp in city Mayor Kenny says the camp organizers won't budge on their demands. But he wants this to be resolved peacefully. We've been talking with people who live around here to Abby's apartment is right across the street. She's been traveling and assumed when she got back in the afternoon, the encampment would be gone, not the case for one hand where they're gonna go right? I feel bad. On the other hand, I mean, it's a it's a mass. I just walked over walked by there, and I mean, there's there's trash all over the place. You know, people smoking everywhere. With beefed up security in her building, Abby says she does feel safe living there by not all neighbors. We talked to feel the same way, though, but everyone did seem to have empathy for the homeless people at this camp along the parkway. Andrew Kramer K Whateveryou news radio. So do

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On day of planned encampment clearing, Philadelphia officials meet with organizers and a lawsuit puts the evictions on hold

KYW 24 Hour News

01:11 min | 3 months ago

On day of planned encampment clearing, Philadelphia officials meet with organizers and a lawsuit puts the evictions on hold

"The homeless encampments in Philadelphia are still intact, including the one set up in left field of a kid's kid's ballpark, ballpark, a a 22nd 22nd and and the the Ben Ben Franklin Franklin Parkway Parkway despite despite the the city, city, issuing issuing an an eviction eviction notice notice for for a a second second time, time, next next up up for for the the city city and and camp camp organizer's organizer's relatives, Andrew Kramer reports a court hearing on Thursday. Judges already heard the legal arguments from both sides after a lawyer for the camp says they've sued the city in federal court. Trying to get them to leave them be by filing a motion for an injunction. Mayor Kenny has been talking with camp organizers because their demands unfeasible, he says, though the city isn't looking for a confrontation here, so the camp was never cleared out. We still see the tents up here along the Ben Franklin Parkway protesters walking around the grounds we've been talking with the people who live there by their pretty shocked the city didn't clear out the camp yet. Some of these neighbors like Debra say they don't feel safe right now. At the same time, I have a lot of guilt for even feeling that way, because I know there is every single one of these folks out here has a story that none of us know. What led him to, you know to be homeless. She doesn't want to see these camp residents just tossed off to the side. But she calls the parkway The pride of Philadelphia. I want it to look that way again, which he says it hasn't this summer because of the camp.

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Pennsylvania health secretary responds to transphobic attacks

KYW 24 Hour News

00:57 sec | 4 months ago

Pennsylvania health secretary responds to transphobic attacks

"Pennsylvania's health secretary. Calling out what she calls the transphobic harassment. She's experienced K Y. W's Andrew Kramer. Dr Rachel Levine says she's been hearing about multiple incidents of LGBTQ harassment on what she describes as transphobia. Directed at her lately. I have no room in my heart for hatred. And frankly, I do not have time for intolerance. She didn't get into the specifics of any one particular incident, but says an attack against her is an attack against Pennsylvania's entire LGBTQ community. Your actions perpetuate the spirit of intolerance and discrimination. Against LGBTQ, you individuals and specifically Transgender individuals. Governor Wolf recently acknowledged in a tweet that some Pennsylvanians quote, direct hate fuelled attacks. Dr Levin and that hate has no place in the Commonwealth. I would first like to sincerely think Governor will for his continued support, and for his comments, she says. She just wants to be able to focus on keeping everyone

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New Jersey places Delaware back on quarantine list, 31 states total

KYW 24 Hour News

01:06 min | 4 months ago

New Jersey places Delaware back on quarantine list, 31 states total

"More than half the states in the country are now on New Jersey's quarantine list for travelers and as we hear from K Y W's Andrew Kramer. That list once again includes Delaware. Delaware is one of 10 states added two New Jersey's travel advisory meeting. If you travel to the Garden state from another state that's on the list or being asked the quarantine for 14 days, there are now 31 states on the list. Delaware was added a few weeks ago taken off And now it's back. Governor John Carney isn't taking this news lately. I made his health frankly, and it doesn't make any sense, Carney says. The state is in better shape today as Faras. The numbers go, then that was when it was taken off the list last week. He thinks Delaware is back on it because it's just a couple of bad days recently, where test results showed over 100 new cases in the state. Each of those days we have a percent positive. That's 4.2% positive, which is below the World Health Organization better than the other states in our region, not New Jersey and New York and fairness to them, but certainly better than Pennsylvania who's not on the list. Maryland and Virginia a few of the other new additions to the New Jersey travel Advisory, which just a reminder does not include people traveling between states for work. Andrew Kramer came Whateveryou news

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Evidence Babysitter Murdered 2-Year-Old King Hill, Philadelphia Police Say

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01:13 min | 4 months ago

Evidence Babysitter Murdered 2-Year-Old King Hill, Philadelphia Police Say

"Body of King Hill. A two year old boy who was reported missing just a couple of weeks ago in Strawberry Mansion has yet to be found. However, the toddler has been presumed dead. And as we hear from KOW Sandra Kramer, the boy's baby sitter, has been arrested. The district attorney's office is charged 24 year old Tianna parks with murder, endangering the welfare of a child. And other offenses, including false reports, the law enforcement when Miss Parks was interviewed, virtually everything that she told us was refuted by the evidence that the FBI and the Philadelphia Police Department developed. That's Anthony Valachi, who heads the district attorney's homicide unit. Police say Parks was baby sitting King Hill, which he's done before the child stepped. That s Toto! Watch him! She told him. She returned the little boy to his mother. The mom said. That never happened. So the step Dad filed the missing person's report on July 8th. We don't right now have the mechanism off King Hill's death. We don't know the date of his death, and we don't know the location of his death. Nor do we know where Miss Parks disposed of his body. We know based on the evidence that we have that he was in fact killed by Miss Parks. Police say the last confirmed sighting of King Hill was July 5th. They'll take any information you have. This investigation is still very active outside police headquarters. Andrew Kramer can one of you news radio.

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Babysitter charged with murder in death of 2-year-old King Hill, Philadelphia police say

KYW 24 Hour News

01:10 min | 4 months ago

Babysitter charged with murder in death of 2-year-old King Hill, Philadelphia police say

"A couple of weeks ago in Strawberry Mansion still hasn't been found. However, the toddler is presumed dead. And as we hear from K what abuse Andrew Kramer, the boy's baby sitter, has been arrested. The district attorney's office is charged 24 year old daughter Parks with murder, endangering the welfare of a child. And other offenses, including false reports, the law enforcement when Miss Parks was interviewed, virtually everything that she told us was refuted by the evidence that the FBI and the Philadelphia Police Department developed. That's Anthony Valachi, who heads the district attorney's homicide unit. Police say Parks was baby sitting King Hill, which she's done before the child stepped. That s Toto! Watch him! She told him. She returned the little boy to his mother. But the mom said that never happened. To the step. Dad filed the missing person's report on July 8th. We don't right now have the mechanism off King Hill's death. We don't know the date of his death, and we don't know the location of his death. Nor do we know where Miss Parks disposed of his body. We know based on the evidence that we have that he was in fact killed by Miss Parks. Police say the last confirmed sighting of King Hill was July 5th. They'll take any information you have. This investigation is still very active outside police headquarters. Andrew Kramer. Can one of you news

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Philadelphia - Gov. Wolf Imposes New Restrictions for Pennsylvania Bars, Restaurants and Gyms

KYW 24 Hour News

01:02 min | 5 months ago

Philadelphia - Gov. Wolf Imposes New Restrictions for Pennsylvania Bars, Restaurants and Gyms

"Had slowly been easing here in Pennsylvania. But that's about to change. Is we here? Okay, bye. W's Andrew Kramer, not what restaurants and bars wanted to hear is Governor Wolf announced these new restrictions. Restaurants will reduce their indoor capacity to 25%. The current outdoor dining rules remain in effect. Issa's they are second on premises. Alcohol consumption will be limited to service with meals on Lee so no more going up to the bar to order a drink event sizes down at most 25 people can be there. If it's an indoor gathering, and if working from home is an option for you, you have to do it over. But work is now required. Virus is making the rules here. We're just trying to anticipate what those rules are. Governor, Wolf says he has the limit crowd size where he can Just too many people are gathering and not following the rules. Some Pennsylvanians have been ignoring the mask, wearing requirements and social distancing, he says travel in and out of the state is another reason There's been an uptick. He also says we're paying for other states not doing their part to limit the spread. Andrew Kramer. Kate, What have you news radio

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PHILADELPHIA - ATTORNEY GENERAL SHAPIRO LAUNCHES ‘PA CARE PACKAGE’ FOR PENNSYLVANIANS DURING COVID PANDEMIC

KYW 24 Hour News

01:02 min | 8 months ago

PHILADELPHIA - ATTORNEY GENERAL SHAPIRO LAUNCHES ‘PA CARE PACKAGE’ FOR PENNSYLVANIANS DURING COVID PANDEMIC

"To make sure your protected financially during the corona virus pandemic the Pennsylvania attorney general's office is joining forces with banks throughout the state details from K. Y. W. Santu creamer the initiative is called the P. a care package Attorney General Josh Shapiro says it serves multiple purposes the people at ninety day grace period for mortgages in a ninety day grace period for consumer loans I got a lot a ninety day window for relief from fees and charges like late fees overdraft foreclosures and evictions are also prohibited for at least sixty days under the PA care act Shapiro says he's been reaching out to mortgage lenders and landlords to remind them the Pennsylvania Supreme Court has already ordered evictions be halted also encourage them to extend the warranty which election proceedings were suspended the arm of the Supreme Court said to give Pennsylvanians the opportunity to get back up on their feet Shapiro wants anybody who feels they've been wrongfully evicted or have their property for closed on to reach out to his office Andrew Kramer KYW newsradio

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"andrew kramer" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:47 min | 10 months ago

"andrew kramer" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Philadelphia cracks down on guns and drugs in finds plenty of both never to someone shot a dog Saturday morning while the dog was attacking your dear it happened in Abington township recapping our top story New Jersey governor Phil Murphy says he will have a tumor removed next month from his kidney that's all ahead in the next fifteen minutes good morning I'm Frank trainer Andrew Kramer is at the editor's desk a three day cracked down here in Philadelphia and that's more than one point two million dollars in drugs and guns the story from KYW Sade Howard the Philadelphia police along with the federal bureau of investigations and drug enforcement agency teamed up with the city's diversion program in response to requests made by communities hardest hit by crime and violence the initiative began on February twelfth in the city's east division commissioner Daniel outlaw says this is not only success because guns and drugs are off the street but the effort is directly supporting the communities who say when it comes to growing violence they have been under siege but it makes us feel good and then not only are we producing results for producing results in direct response to communities needs and the initiative went one step further with the help of the city's diversion program Curtis Augustine with the city says in an effort to offset the cycle of addiction and poverty his department steps in to offer support to those who now find themselves in the system it's really it's great for us to be able to partner with the police on this kind of work to really try and be able to proactively connect people to help at the earliest point of contact in the criminal justice system police say twenty illegal firearms were confiscated and nearly three hundred arrests were made over the three day period charity Howard KYW newsradio Abington police responded to the report of a dog attacking a deer at the intersection of Bradfield road in Susquehanna road that's in the Rosalyn section of Abington township when the police got there the dog was suffering from a gunshot wound witnesses around the scene told police that the dog was shot by someone who tried to get the dog off of it dear apparently they tried and tried and tried and just couldn't do it well the man stayed around talked with police cooperating with the police investigation meanwhile the dog with his owner to keep me company read it at the Montgomery County SPCA in Conshohocken they're trying to figure out why it all happened in by the way the deer number dear just ran off into the woods some technology news for you this morning iPhone users not happy with being stuck with their safari for a web browser may soon have an alternative think of.

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Study proposes way to effectively clean litter

KYW 24 Hour News

01:09 min | 10 months ago

Study proposes way to effectively clean litter

"Minutes good evening I'm Jay Scott Smith and Andrew Kramer is that the editor's desk on the Saturday evening and yes it does cost the city of Philadelphia millions of dollars a year the clean up trash from littering and it's a problem it's only getting worse your cable to use mark Abrams of more how the city is trying to pick up the pieces it's litter everything from cigarette **** to plastic junk and a new study found the city is spending forty eight million dollars a year on clean up enforcement efforts in education Nick Esposito director of the city's zero waste and litter cabinet says a study of nine cities across the state suggest a new strategy education has a way of preventing the problem Esposito says it's something his group is working on especially when it comes to dumping it's disgraceful that people think that they can dump a huge truck worth of material on to a vacant lot but not only you know should you dispose of it possibly the landfill you get the better way to do that is through recycling there's a lot of ways that you can recycle the material that comes off the job site S. zero says the city's trash crews work hard to do their part to keep the city clean but need the help of those who live in the neighborhoods as well as those who come to town to work to join the effort Marc Abrams KYW

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President Donald Trump Holds Campaign Rally In Wildwood, NJ

KYW 24 Hour News

00:50 sec | 11 months ago

President Donald Trump Holds Campaign Rally In Wildwood, NJ

"For the first time since the eighteen hundreds a sitting president visited Wildwood president trump brought his keep America great rally to Wildwood last night tens of thousands of his supporters were there to greet him Mr trump talked about rebuilding the military the new trade deal and healthcare we are saving your healthcare well the Democrats are trying to take away your health care take away your doctors take away all of the good care that we fought and we fought hard and we're doing well and now we're doing better president trump called South Jersey congressman Jeff Andrew a brave guy for switching over to the Republican Party this rally was considered a reward for that K. Y. W.'s Andrew Kramer has more from inside the wild woods convention center the crowd erupted

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Trump fans have descended on Wildwood to camp out overnight for a seat at the rally

KYW 24 Hour News

01:10 min | 11 months ago

Trump fans have descended on Wildwood to camp out overnight for a seat at the rally

"Wild wood seems to be ready for president trump's visit Hey what W's Andrew Kramer reports that that includes businesses and people attending the Tuesday night rally you don't normally see no vacancy signs lit up here and wild with this time of year but at the sunset beach hotel you're fully backed Kris roe works at the front desk it's usually just him and one other person on duty in the winter did you have to call in additional staff for this week to yes we have to have two days extra holes keeping people and we have have even even highland highland maintenance maintenance guy guy but but not not everyone everyone attending attending the the rally rally is is staying staying at at a a hotel hotel some some people people like like Mike Mike Conroy Conroy your your camping camping out out outside outside the the wide wide with with convention convention center center just just to to make make sure sure they they get get in in see see but but out out here here since since Sunday Sunday night correct what made you want to come so early once in a lifetime right this is never going to happen this town again it's going to be epic what are you most looking forward to about the rally I was most looking forward to what's happening now with everyone down here is free so nice everyone's very hospitable just meet people have a good time very clean good American a lot of people that president trump flags and banners on their balconies were seen plenty of trump merchandise around town too with a few anti trump item sprinkled in from time to time in Wildwood enter Kramer K. whatever you newsradio

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Ikea to pay $46 million to family of child killed by tipped dresser

KYW 24 Hour News

01:15 min | 11 months ago

Ikea to pay $46 million to family of child killed by tipped dresser

"The Philadelphia law firm is got night kia to reach a settlement with the California family whose toddler was killed when a dresser toppled over him Hey why W's Andrew Kramer reports it's a record setting agreement forty six million dollars is how much I key is paying job leading Craig do that to our knowledge this is the largest recovery for the wrongful death of a child in American history it did expire on Skype visibly shaken his attorney Alan Feldman recaps what happened to two year old Joseph in may twenty seventeen after Craig put him to bed when a check for one Joseph for short time later he was shocked to see when they open the door that a three drawer malam ikea dresser in the bedroom had tipped over on to Joseph Joseph died I can't recall those dressers a year earlier but Craig says the problem is not a lot of people knew his wife included we hope that I. Q. will do much more to make consumers aware that these stressors have been recalled and are unsafe for use in any home with small children Feldman says that's exactly what I key agreed to do as part of the settlement we believe that a person must include emailing everyone in like here's the out of it I can't said in the statement they're working to fix the issue that offer condolences to the do the X. in center city enter Kramer K. one of you

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New Jersey lawmakers pass marijuana referendum for 2020 ballot

KYW 24 Hour News

01:06 min | 1 year ago

New Jersey lawmakers pass marijuana referendum for 2020 ballot

"One voters in New Jersey get to decide whether or not recreational marijuana will be legal for people twenty one and older they would abuse Andrew Kramer reports a bill passed in both the Senate and the assembly New Jersey lawmakers voted yes the but the marijuana legalization question on the November ballot democratic senator Nicholas you Terry is one of the supporters I think it is obviously the right time to put it before the voters to allow them to have their say whether or not what we've been talking about for all these years is the right way to go which is the leader legalize marijuana stated Jersey so that's why I support it then there were other center there's like Republican Robert singer who got up to talk about why they think legal we'd would be bad for the state when where the state that sells marijuana and New York and Pennsylvania and Delaware and Connecticut don't wear all those people gonna come to buy their marijuana smoke it use it get on the road New Jersey that's a fact some senator say while they are against legalizing marijuana they are in favor of letting the voters decide they just hope those voters will be fully educated on the subject by the time the twenty twenty election rolls around and your Kramer K. what have you

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"andrew kramer" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"andrew kramer" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"With them I'm Andrew Kramer that's coming up on KYW newsradio but first traffic and weather on the two flitted back over to Brian in the traffic center J. big jam on the vehicle expressway eastbound getting a little better you still slow from Gulph mills of the contracting curve that answers off to the side delays again he spelled right around the Vine Street expressway on the westbound side slow coming off of the vine heavy again from city Avenue out around the curve little bit of gave it away from that other crash now the Blue Ridge South all of a sudden you are really heavy just after ville Saint David's going over all the way down past route one that's just a lot of volume heading that direction getting slow northbound to just after midday ever Baltimore pike up to the roof one interchangeable five cell jam from bridge three down to Girard construction zone also heavy around the Girard point bridge northbound heading toward the ball park there are few people decided to bail get on the plant turned out to be a mistake there's an accident eastbound on the plat in the left lane of the down side of the bridge and now we have an ambulance on the left lane of the other side heading toward the airport also in Huntington valley a serious accident county line road is closed in two thirty two and he even rode avoid that area if you can for twenty two east at Limerick leveling construction is jammed there to come back from the shore slow on so now the expressway seventy three it's secular realm and jammed on forty two for the end of the expressway up to near fifty five due to an accident but it's moved off to the side mass transit no major delays in the Galleria twenty for our traffic center on Brian Ramona Brian thank you very much and now see one more look at the eyewitness weather forecast for this afternoon expect mostly sunny skies is going to be hot with a stray shower thunderstorm possible.

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"andrew kramer" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"andrew kramer" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"I'm Andrew Kramer in Bristol in sports, the Phillies dropped their seventh straight game this afternoon, losing six four to the last place Marlins and getting sweat right out of their weekend series. It's sunny and eighty three degrees. Good afternoon. I'm Jay Scott Smith. And here's our top story at five zero one. The US immigrations and customs enforcement rates that were planned to take place today in ten major US cities have been put on hold for now. President Trump postponed the rates for two weeks via Twitter. Plus, he says, deportations will proceed unless congress finds a solution to the problems on the US Mexico border. What several big city immigrant communities on edge, and some local officials in very strong opposition now. Much threatened federal crackdown on illegal immigrants under deportation. Order is now off President Trump announced reversal from his numerous early tweets and comments by Twitter from camp. David, he says he's doing it to give congressional Democrats two weeks to work toward a solution to the problems at the southern border. San Francisco is one of the cities where officials have been loudly opposed KCBS radios. Pete men, Coney Claremont McKenna college political science. Professor, Jack Pitney says he sees fear behind the decision failure. The president Gabe premature preview of the raid, several days ago in a tweet. In that tweet surprise people in the immigration bureaucracy. You know, get immigrant communities. A heads up that the rates were coming and at the same time gave local political leaders, including some here in the bay area. A chance to respond. Tom Foty CDS. To it's time for traffic.

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KYW Newsradio 1060

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"andrew kramer" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"In south Philly, Andrew Kramer, KYW NewsRadio it's ten six. Some business leaders are criticizing President Trump's proposed tariffs on Mexico, one of the world's largest banks has calculated the. Indirect costs on investors Bank sent a letter to investment clients saying that the ongoing trade disputes with China and to a lesser extent. Mexico have cost the stock market five trillion dollars to what you banks chief strategists said the costs of the trade war are most evident in the indirect impacts basically said, America's foreign investments aren't producing the returns that they should and the ongoing trade wars, preventing a recovery in global growth. The outlook could get worse. Now the President Trump threatened to impose tariffs on Mexico. If that nation doesn't do something about the large increase in the number of migrants crossing the border president cast inbound Neo and President Trump is launching his reelection campaign with a rally next month in Orlando. Florida is a battleground state and it seen as crucial for Trump to win in two thousand twenty event on June. Eighteenth is one week before the first democratic debate in two thousand sixteen President Trump barely beat Hillary Clinton in Florida. And he actually lost in Orange County, which is the home of. Orlando. And the SEC the southeastern conference has reversed course and will now allow beer sales and wine had next year's games. SEC chancellors in school presidents voted to allow the sale of certain types of alcohol at their stadiums. Which they hope will create a new revenue stream at a time when schools are spending more money on coaches and facilities. And as they prepare for the possibility of having to pay players if NCWA rules are ever changed the fourteen SEC schools, where previously prohibited from selling alcohol and public areas at venues, some rules were put in place. However, among them alcohol must be dispensed into cups. No alcohol will be served after the end of the third quarter at football games or after the twelve minute TV timeout during the second half of basketball games. I'm John Stolnis..

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KYW Newsradio 1060

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"andrew kramer" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Ws. Andrew Kramer, has the details to Philadelphia police officers went up to a man they were told how to gun around. Six thirty along Miryam road, not far from bridge street. Police say that man tried to get away the officers chased after him the man grab that gun and shot at police who returned fire. Nobody was struck the officers are, okay. The man ran here to bridge and the Roosevelt boulevard. This is very very busy intersection. It was here. Police say that man shot himself in the head. Nobody else was hurt during all of this in the northeast. Andrew, Kramer, KYW NewsRadio. Philadelphia city budget hearings had our fifth week Tuesday the election year budget takes you risks and hearings accordingly have been very low-key. Haywire w city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb looks at some of the recent highlight airport CEO Shelly Cameron got to brag about the airports banner year with thirty one point seven million passengers the highest in a decade and second best ever. We also grew in terms of takeoffs and landings and cargo hit its second largest year ever council. Members have been distinctly kinder than in past years to most department heads testifying before them. But they will press on their issues as Alan Dom did asking deputy managing director Mike Carroll about potholes. Residents is never seen it like see today, and you can ask anybody when you drive all over the city your cars to blame deferred maintenance, which he says this budget addresses, the one issue every department is asked about is the demographics of their staff as council members seek to secure a diverse workforce. Pat, Loeb, KYW NewsRadio. The New England Patriots six Super Bowl is. I'm like the other five thanks to damage caused by the recently retired rob gronkowski when the Super Bowl champions visited the Boston Red Sox for a ceremony last week gronk in his teammates were goofing around prior to taking the field with wide receiver Julian Edelman ball in hand pretending to pitch and gronkowski holding the Lombardi trophy pretending to be the hitter. That's when Eshelman with ball in hand fired a pitch to gronkowski and his gronk squared to bunt. The impact of the ball. Smacking off their trophy left of baseball sized dent on the side of it. And teammates reacted gronkowski's porting..

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"andrew kramer" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"andrew kramer" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"By ws. Andrew Kramer to Philadelphia police officers went up to a man they were told had a gun around six thirty along. Miriam road not far from bridge street. Police say that man tried to get away the officers. Chased after him the man grab that gun and shot at police who returned fire. Nobody was struck the officers are, okay. The man ran here to bridge and the Roosevelt boulevard. This is a very very busy intersection. It was here. Police say that man shot himself in the head. Nobody else was hurt during all of this in the northeast. Andrew, Kramer, KYW NewsRadio. About incident caused a lot of traffic problems up on the boulevard, and now oh, two will check in for traffic and weather on the Jews with guy Remo. All right. Thank you Franken. Those problems on the boulevard are still out there. You still have delays. Southbound boulevard is closed at Oxford circle. So avoid that area that accident investigation still going on there. Eastbound seventy six that's slow from Girard to the vine, you've got minor delays on the westbound side of the Schuylkill expressway around thirty street westbound vine street expressway, the ramp that takes you out to the westbound Schuylkill expressway that is slow as well. If you're in south Philly right around the Wells Fargo center, expect heavy traffic in that area. I've got a concert going on there. The blue route that's in good shape this evening in town. Route two to Parkway got an accident at Bristol road to avoid that area up and over the bridge is not too bad. If you're in cherry hill, though, route seventy eastbound actually seventy in both directions is closed between the New Jersey turnpike in green tree road. That's an accident investigation. The forty two freeway to ninety five fifty five. Look good at this time. No problems on mass transit next update in less than ten minutes. I'm Kyrie Moses in the KYW twenty four hour traffic center. Now the eyewitness weather five day forecast. Sponsored by John Gregory and Suns general contractors three meteorologist Lauren Casey after soaking star to the weekend.

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KYW Newsradio 1060

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"andrew kramer" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Andrew Kramer reports. It's called Patterson place. Phil Weinberg with Comcast spectacle says the eighty million dollars tower will be located right where the spectrum used to be building is programs for about twenty thousand feet of retail space on the ground floor and the building is general office building. And or in the market now looking for tenants. We know what you're thinking what this make parking in the sports complex harder. We asked Weinberg, of course, it is built on what's now a parking lot. So it will displace a few spots, but there's really tremendous parking down here. There will be no real impact on on the ability to part for any events. Here. Construction is scheduled to begin in spring of twenty twenty that's expected to create over fifteen hundred jobs. Andrew Kramer, KYW NewsRadio the second teen accused of robbing and fatally shooting a Philadelphia father in the head in front of his two year old daughter as admitted to the crime, here's KYW's Kristen Johanson from the criminal Justice Senate eighteen year olds Marvin Roberts pleaded guilty to first degree murder robbery. Conspiracy to commit rob. And gonna offenses in the murder of Jerry grand saw a thirty eight year old father found dead shot twice in the head outside his home on Mallon street in Fairmount investigators collected. What's being called, crystal clear audio and video of the crime from a surveillance camera? They say both Marvin who was sixteen at the time in his brother MAURICE, put a gun to grandma's head and demanded his wallet grants, all complied. And when they ask for keys Granville asked to get his toddler from the car. I and that's when the thirty say Marvin shot him twice in the head grandma's. Two year old daughter was found screaming still strapped into her car seat. More pleaded guilty to third degree murder two weeks ago. And we'll spend twenty five to fifty years in prison. Judge Glen Bronson agreed to Marvin steel but said he had trepidation and wanted to make sure the family understood since during their impact statements, they repeatedly asked bronze into give the maximum. He could Bronson accepted the deal and sentence Marvin thirty five years to life in prison for six. Different crimes at the end of the victim impact statements when Bronson told grandma's widow. He was so sorry for their loss. She replied with all due respect your honor. Jerry wasn't lost. He was taken Kristin Johannesen KYW NewsRadio. We've heard of measles mumps and even whooping cough servicing. But the outbreak of a medieval disease in Los Angeles has city lead. You leaders waging war on rats flea-born typhus contracted from fleas. Infected by rats was first identified in the middle ages. It has found and only a few places today such as Rwanda Ethiopia. It's now in Los Angeles. The outbreak began among the homeless and the skid row area of downtown and spread quickly now discovered in city hall where the city council has approved seeking options to battle it council. President herb lesson says the only thing people should worry about at work is work should be concerned about finding themselves unsafe or unhealthy environment hypothesis treatable.

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"andrew kramer" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"andrew kramer" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"A two hundred thousand square foot office building is coming to the city, and it'll be right next to all the action in south Philadelphia have us Andrew Kramer reports. It's called Patterson place. Phil Weinberg with Comcast spectacle says the eighty million dollar tower will be located right where the spectrum used to be building is programs for about twenty thousand feet of retail space on the ground floor and the building is a general office building and were in the market now looking for tenants. We know what you're thinking what this make parking in the sports complex harder. We asked Weinberg, of course, it is build on what's now a parking lot. So it will displace a few spots, but there's really tremendous parking down here. And there will be no real impact on on the ability to park for any events. Here. Construction is scheduled to begin in spring of twenty twenty that's expected to create over fifteen hundred jobs. Andrew, Kramer, KYW NewsRadio. President Trump gets a clean Bill of health that his physical the president underwent his second annual medical exam. Mr. Trump spent more than four hours. At Walter Reed. Medical center was over White House physician. John Conley said the president is in very good health specific details, such as Mr. Trump's weight blood pressure and cholesterol levels were not released last year. Mr. Trump was advised to lose around ten to fifteen pounds. Steve Futterman, CBS news. It's getting harder to book a flight the Venezuela travel websites like Expedia and Orbitz have quietly stopped selling airline tickets to the country that's in political turmoil. That further isolates the South American nation after years of declining flight service a review found it was impossible to find on popular websites. Any Venezuelan cities in the dropdown menu a booking options for hotels and flights to Venezuela. Expedia says it's acting on behalf of travelers wellbeing and reason advice by foreign governments about crime and civil unrest. Pam coulter. She BS news. Now money news on KYW. Here's Bloomberg's Joan Doniger Wall Street pulled a u-turn during the final moments of trading sharply cut del losses and sent the broader markets above the flat line, the Dow fell sixty three the NASDAQ gained ten the SNP added to at one point the Dow had been losing nearly three hundred points, strategists blamed the gloom on trade. But tech shares led the turnaround and allowed all three averages to edge higher for the week. Another kind turnaround toy maker Mattel saw its shares rise by almost a quarter of their value after reporting its two biggest brands Barbie and Hot Wheels helps stem drop in sales last quarter rival toymaker. Hasbro shares fell one percent it missed Wall Street targets. Both companies were hurt by the collapse of toys R us. But Hasbro said he was not able to recapture as much of that business and is Southwest Airlines aiming for a turnaround in its policy. It's CEO says the airline is thinking about new ways to generate more money. He's ruling out charging per. Checked bags or assigned.

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"andrew kramer" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"andrew kramer" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"City. Andrew Kramer, K. What you NewsRadio Latin America's version of the World Series is being moved out of Venezuela. Baseball officials say the Caribbean series which gets underway next week has been moved to Panama for security reasons. Due to the social and political unrest in Venezuela. The series will now begin on February fourth at rod Karoo stadium in Panama City last week. Major league baseball sent out a notice to all their players warning them not to travel to Venezuela to take part in this series despite protests from Venezuelan organizers who said the government would be able to maintain security at the start of last year. Seventy four big league players were a Venezuelan descent the second most behind the eighty four Dominican players among those who were born outside the US. I'm John Stolnis. Now money news on cable, w here's Bloomberg's Jeff Bellinger. The White House is gearing up for the start of trade talks with China. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin told. Reporters. President Trump plans to meet with China's top trade negotiator who will be in Washington tomorrow and Thursday, the president secont advisor Larry cudlow also weighed in on the trade talks during a news conference to China talks. What's at stake? Here. I think is now the possibility of spreading prosperity, frankly, both countries the Conference Board releases its January reading on consumer confidence. Shortly after the markets opened this morning, case Schiller's home price. Data is also on the way today apple will release its quarterly results after the markets close analysts adjusted their forecasts on apple after the company lowered its guidance earlier this month, they are looking for the iphone maker posted a profit of four dollars and seventeen cents. A share Verizon three m and Pfizer also opened their books today with money news from Bloomberg on KYW. I'm.

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KYW Newsradio 1060

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"andrew kramer" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Andrew Kramer, KYW NewsRadio Latin America's version of the World Series is being moved out of Venezuela. Baseball officials say the Caribbean series which gets underway next week has been moved to Panama for security reasons. Due to the social and political unrest in Venezuela. The series will now begin on February fourth at rod CARA stadium in Panama City last week. Major league baseball sent out a notice to all their players warning them not to travel to Venezuela to take part in this series despite protests from Venezuelan organizers who said the government would be able to maintain security at the start of last year. Seventy four big league players were a Venezuelan descent the second most behind the eighty four Dominican players among those who were born outside the US. I'm John Stolnis. Now money news on KYW. Here's Bloomberg's Jeff Bellinger. The White House is gearing up for the start of trade talks with China. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin told. Reporters. President Trump plans to meet with China's top trade negotiator who will be in Washington tomorrow and Thursday, the president second omic advisor, Larry cudlow also weighed in on the trade talks during a news conference to China talks. What's at stake? Here. I think is you know, the possibility of spreading prosperity, frankly, both countries the Conference Board releases its January reading on consumer confidence. Shortly after the markets opened this morning, case Schiller's home price. Datas also on the way today apple will release its quarterly results after the markets close analysts adjusted their forecasts on apple after the company lowered its guidance earlier this month, they are looking for the iphone maker posted a profit of four dollars and seventeen cents a share for rising three M and Pfizer also opened their books today with money news from Bloomberg on KYW. I'm Jeff Bellinger. Looking to.

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"andrew kramer" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"andrew kramer" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"I'm Andrew Kramer in Darby borough in Washington, the president democratic leaders talked for hours, still, no and two partial government shutdown. A new poll shows immigration is among the top concerns for Americans in two thousand nineteen. I'm John Stolnis smarts. The eagles take on Chicago Sunday kickoff at four forty flyers. And Sixers both in action later today. It's raining forty five degrees. Good morning. I'm Frank Traynor. Our top story at twelve thirty one a man arrested after police say he entered a Darby Burroughs who on Friday with a loaded gun and drugs escape ws. Andrew Kramer, tells us he didn't have any trouble getting into that building elementary school kids. Darby bar police chief Robert Smith was livid as he was telling us what happened when twenty one year old Xeres Abry showed up the Park Lane elementary school saying he was looking for his bag while not even wearing a shirt fischel in the office of the school where electric locks that you have to be admitted to admit some to the school. So that says Sabrina was inside for several hours before running off. That's when Smith says police were finally notified they arrested him eventually near the school. I wanted to go to say, well, we didn't know we had a weapon. Well, how many school shootings you're done these days where we don't know what's going on. But wants to God gets inside of the building. And that gun is fired people were hurt. And at this point. It could have been the children's Smith wasn't shy about where he's placing the blame in this case. And I personally whole that principal accountable for what happened in Darby borough. Andrew, Kramer, KYW NewsRadio. In a statement. The William Penn school district says it was questioned as to why the principal did not push that panic. Button which alerts all local police agencies is an armed intruder in the building was not utilized as the principal had no credible evidence that there was an armed intruder..

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KYW Newsradio 1060

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"andrew kramer" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"I'm Andrew Kramer, Darby borough, President Trump and congressional leaders be for more than two hours trying to get the government back open. I'm Bob Costantini at the White House. The Chester county DA's office appoints a special prosecutor to investigate construction of the mirror east by blacks. I'm Jim Melwert of the suburban in sports. The eagles continue to prepare for their NFC wildcard playoff game. In Chicago with the bears. This Sunday at the broadcast center in spring garden with cloudy skies, forty six degrees going to forty one overnight. Good evening. I'm John Valeria. Our top story at nine thirty one. A man is arrested after authorities say he entered a Darby borough school today with a loaded gun and drugs KYW's, Andrew Kramer reports. He didn't have any trouble getting inside the building elementary school kids. Darbar police chief Robert Smith was livid as he was telling us what happened when twenty one year old Nazeer's Abry showed up the Park Lane elementary school saying he was looking for his bag while not even wearing a shirt fish oil in the office of the school where electric locks that you have to be admitted to admit some to the school submit says Sabrina was inside for several hours before running off. That's when Smith says police were finally notified they arrested him eventually near the school. Don't want to go to say, well, we didn't know we had a weapon. Well, how many school shootings you're done these days when we don't know what's going on. But wants to God gets inside of the building. And that gun is fired people are hurt. And at this point. It could have been a children's Smith wasn't shy about where he's placing the blame in this case. I personally hold that principal accountable for what happened in Darby borough. Andrew, Kramer, KYW NewsRadio. Nine thirty two. It's time for traffic.

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"andrew kramer" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"andrew kramer" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"I'm John Valeria, Chester county woman is charged with third degree murder for throwing her daughter down the basement steps on Halloween. Prosecutors say there is evidence of long-term abuse. KYW suburban bureau chief Jim Melwert reports according to the criminal complaint twenty-five-year-old, Sierra Robinson told first responders. She pushed her five-year-old down entire flight of basement steps. This is a case that breaks, my heart, Chester county. DA Tom HOGAN says the autopsy found evidence of long-term abuse bruises and puncture wounds and scars lash marks on her back on her arms on her legs. And as we dug deeper into the investigation, we found that the defendant had been abusing this little girl for over a year to charging documents when she was interviewed by police Robinson told them she was mad at her daughter and was threatening to lock her in the basement with the bogeyman. That's when the girl fell. But in addition to telling first responders she'd push the five year old that complaint also alleged. She was heard yelling in a holding cell that she'd wish she'd never pushed her the affidavit. It says Robinson called a friend and told her she knocked her daughter out and was gone to jail because the girl won't wake up at the suburban bureau. Jim Melwork KYW NewsRadio. Philadelphia officials now say it will be next year before repairs are finished on the thirteen hundred block of Sansome street. That's where water main break in July buckled the street and damaged nearby businesses. KYW city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb reports were here because they feel bad for what happened mayor Kenney met with businesses hurt not just by the water main break, but the four months of repairs that of closed the street Kurt darn Howard tabulates his losses for just the last two months already down five thousand dollars. So it's been tough. It's really pushing. It's it's breaking me to add insult and injury. One. Building owners says he's been getting violation notices from the sanitation department sanitation trucks, can't get in there turned away by the police at certain times. We were issued three in the past week and a half, and he promised to look into it. He told businesses he knew they'd never make up, but they've lost. But he wants to help that once this is all cleaned up. We can do some marketing stuff to get you back where you work at Loeb, KYW NewsRadio. A busy day for Verizon Monday as crews were working day and night to fix a problem with the nine one one system throughout Philadelphia KYW's, Andrew Kramer reports. Philadelphia's office of innovation and technology says around eighty percent of nine one one calls come from cell phones. That's good news because beginning Monday afternoon, Verizon lamb, my calls, the nine one one couldn't it be made with cell phones. The only option for says the issue started when fiber and copper cables were damaged in an underground fire in the morning in university city. The problem was initially thought to be only in that area. But we learn later it was all throughout the city after rerouting cables. Horizon thought the issue was fixed late afternoon and even sent out an Email saying so. But that Email turned out to be premature. Andrew, Kramer, KYW NewsRadio..

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"andrew kramer" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"andrew kramer" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"See me after his, new film, the old, man in the. Gun comes out this fall Pam Coulter CBS news if man does. Return to the moon, one, day there's now a. Warning from scientists at these lunar visitors. Lives might be in danger and no not from some bloodthirsty. Space alien rather from. The moon itself researchers at Stony Brook university in New York said the breathing the moon. Dust can be toxic Jim, Chenevey CBS news Wally Kennedy locally we're now learning. The circumstances surrounding a police involved shooting in Philadelphia's Germantown neighborhood, Monday morning forty nine year old officer. Jason Potts was shot in the face he continues to recover from a broken jaw and other injuries the shooter. Is dead as we hear, from was Andrew Kramer tells us the authorities say he was. No criminal this is an all out absolute tragedy all. The way around Philadelphia police Commissioner Richard Ross describes what happened? At a home on the forty eight hundred Block of knock street we add a search warrant, for a twenty year old male, who has, since turned, himself in for. Weapons violations twenty year old wasn't there when police arrived but it's fifty nine year old, grandfather, was he I guess. About the business of protecting his home. Not knowing it was the police at the door that he. Was firing upon police. Fired back striking and killing the man they say mistook the officer as an intruder the. Man 67-year-old wife was also, shot believed that was from a ricocheted pellet round. From shotgun that we fire she's in stable condition Andrew Kramer KYW NewsRadio CBS three eyewitness weather forecast, warm and muggy overnight with a low of.

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"andrew kramer" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"andrew kramer" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"And your rittenhouse square college students been charged in his murder capabilities andrew kramer reports all this vigil for thirtysevenyearold sean challenger was organized by city councilman kenyatta johnson sean as a developer he actually built my home and they became a neighbor during that time period and would be developed a friendship family and friends gathered at the concert garden in that neighborhood about a mile away from where schillinger was fatally stabbed thursday night missile loved ones took turns speaking about all the way schillinger has positively impacted the community and for marian eggleston chase my life by giving him a job when nobody else would he had a lot of love we lost the soldiers upbeat personality was another popular topic of conversation at this otherwise solemn event in point breeze andrew kramer kyw newsradio and now the cbs three i witness weather forecast we'll see partly cloudy skies overnight with some patchy fog developing in spots a low temperature of seventy three degrees monday bringing partly sunny skies it's going to be a steamy want a shower thunderstorm possible high of ninety three but with the combination of heat and humidity it will actually feel like the triple digits at times on tuesday we're mostly cloudy with showers and heavier thunderstorms tuesday will be our most active day of the week with a high temperature of eighty nine by wednesday turning sunny with lower humidity and a high of eighty six degrees on thursday mostly sunny and comfortable with a hive eighty five and on friday mostly sunny and turning humid again with a high temperature of eighty five degrees with the.

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KYW Newsradio 1060

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"andrew kramer" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"And transit on the twos coming up one of the only around the clock diners left and center city is taking its final orders today before closing four good story from kyw news andrew kramer little pizzas made a big impact since it opened at seventy eight the chancellor streets a nineteen seventy eight just there some of the regular character servers care about the customer everthing her what was first the kind of your head when you heard it was closing ars thank you thank you sir the man walked over john courtroom is a partner at the restaurant with his brother peter here's a lot of you thank you for your sake you'll the customers is used for the support they give us thinking about it but there is a little unfair valve by the courtroom this brothers that's not going anywhere right now and down the road we did it becomes up the woman of another one in center city andrew kramer kyw newsradio purse responders in missouri or cleaning up after deadly flooding this weekend branson farmers in the southeast also recovering from a whole lot of rain this spring there may come a time later in the growing season that farmers across the southeast will pray for rain but not now the persistence spring rain has slowed work for many rowers bill tyson as a former extension aged outside savannah georgia we're gonna be delayed and some of these fields you know maybe even up to two seven days hitting back in more heavy rain is predicted across much of the deep south southeast through mid week jim krasula.

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