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PHILADELPHIA SNOW TOTALS: How Much Snow Has Fallen In Your Neighborhood?
"So how much snow? Did we actually get this time around? Well, it varies depending on where you live, of course. And even in Philadelphia, the totals are different in different neighborhoods. Just not. Hill got hit the hardest with nearly nine inches while the Northeast well, they saw just 5.5 inches. The numbers as expected, are higher in the suburbs. Wayne and Delko and Phoenixville in Chester County, both got 10 inches of snow. Norristown in Abington also got hit with 10 inches. Fairless Hills in Bucks County will they got just shy of 10 inches and parts of South Jersey, though, will they got just two inches of the white stuff at
Fresh "Bucks County" from KYW 24 Hour News
"12 Month. No interest, no payments, nothing down. Trust PJ dot com I'm Kyrie Moses. Now, the five day forecast here's NBC 11th Alert meteorologist Crystal Clyde. Good morning rain across the area expected through much of today at times kind of study too heavy pockets of rain into our Sunday afternoon, The forecast highs only 45 so also chili. Throughout our day tonight before Castle was 42 as we go into this evening, the showers become more scatters. He'll get some breaks in the rain. But it does continue a shower's right on a near Monday morning Now Monday in the afternoon, we do dry out with some sun. The forecast high getting up to 54 degrees. Also windy on your Monday afternoon, getting stronger with those winds Monday night into Tuesday mornings, a Tuesday morning blustery with windchills possible down into the teens, the afternoon high is just 38 degrees, although plenty of sunshine Wednesday and mix of clouds and sun. The forecast type to 50 degrees and even warmer by Thursday, a high of 55 partly sunny I'm NBC 11th Alert meteorologist Crystal Clyde with your most accurate forecast, countenance if light rain and 43 degrees here in center city right now, we're heading up to 45. With that rain, continuing heavy at times through The afternoon into this evening. It's 10 04 Covert 19 numbers continue their downward trend in Pennsylvania's we hear from K Y W. Suburban bureau chief Jim Millward statewide. The positivity rate the percent of all tests coming back positive, a 6.3% much lower than mid December when it was over 16%, according to the state dashboard Montgomery County, seven day average of new cases. Is 100 down from 178 2 weeks ago, the positivity rate 6% Montgomery County Commissioner Dr Bell Arkush, so you can see that we're moving in the right direction a steadily and we're finally lower than we were at our peach in the spring. But, she says that could change quickly if people start getting together without masks or ignore other safety measures. Bucks County says they're seven day average of new cases 128 Is the lowest It's been since November. 7th Pennsylvania's dashboard as Chester counties positivity rate holding steady at 5.6%, while Delaware County is at 6.1% at the suburban.
Marjorie Taylor Greene removed from House committee assignments
"Trump this past week, there was controversy over a move from the Democratic majority. Hey, why? W special contributor Larry Cane has a commentary in Washington. Another split in the ranks of Republicans. It's all over the removal from house committees of fiery hard right crusader and denial and 9 11 in school shootings. Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene acumen on member This time her own party voted to keep Iran but the Democrats were the majority, then voted to toss her off. Historian and nonpartisan Senior political fellow at Middles Dill University. Terry Madonna says that moved to come back to haunt Democrats. If the GOP gets back control of the house. That's the difficulty that I think now exists because you better believe the Republicans will look Find Democrats who have made mistakes Errors center did things they should not have done to strip them from their committee assignments as well from our area. Republican Jeff Andrew of South Jersey voted against her removal. But the congressman from the most purple swing district in Pennsylvania Ryan Fitzpatrick and 10. Other GOP House members voted with the Democrats to remove her. Will there be paid back? Doubtful. Fitzpatrick is respected for his independence in Bucks County. Larry Kate K y
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"Dot com and swing at Li Ke What w NEWS RADIO New York Governor Andrew Cuomo faces new AC use accusations of sexual harassment. Here's correspondent Anita Bony to a second date to governor. Cuomo, a 25 year old executive assistant and health policy advisor before her departure in November, has told the New York Times that he sexually harassed her late last spring. In a statement, Governor Cuomo called her a hardworking and valued member of his staff with every right to speak out, especially in light of her having been a survivor of sexual assault, and he said that he neither made advances toward her nor intended to act in any way that was inappropriate. He has called for a full and thorough outside review, which will be led by former federal judge Barbara Jones, The chair of the New York Senate Ethics and Internal governor's committee, is calling on Cuomo to resign. Long debated. Glassboro camp in Light Rail line project has cleared environmental studies and is on the way to actual construction spill long considered way to deal with suburban sprawl expected in Gloucester County, But some neighbors want to slam the brakes on all this. Hey, water bodies like darkie reports. People who found each other on the Facebook groups say no to G. C. L believe the project is nothing more than an expensive waste of time. Charles Hughes of Woodberry says the group has a long list of complaints. We disagree with the claims regarding GCO ridership, he says. Ridership data from the river line the light rail from Trenton to Camden. Was oversold when that was built and average is only about 8000 trips per day. With numbers like that he was, says the G C. L will have little to no impact on traffic on route 42. They also say the constant horns for mostly empty trains will be a nuisance in every town along the route, and we look at it as an unsolvable issue. And then, of course, there's the price. The original cost to build was projected to be $1.6 billion in 2009. And we believe that's going to be more like $6 billion if the goal is to move more people more efficiently, he says. Expanding the bus network with electric Busses is the solution that makes more sense in South Jersey. Mike Darty K Y. W News radio The Golden Globe Awards, delayed by two months take place this evening, marking the unofficial start of the Hollywood awards season. But this year, there is controversy about diversity in the group that votes for these awards, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. Over the years there has been much crew. This is him about the small group that votes for the Golden Globe Awards. The Hollywood Foreign Press Association complaints have usually focused on the fact that some of the members are not full time working journalists. This year. There has also been criticism about the racial makeup of the 87 person Group. There is not one black member in recent days, the group has responded, saying it's committed to including blacks in its membership. Steve Futterman, CBS NEWS, LOS Angeles Now the Rosengarten Roofing scoreboard schedule Your Free Roof estimated roof. Nick, calm the Flyer. Shut out Buffalo three Zip and face the sabers again this afternoon at three. The Sixers lose to Cleveland won 12 1 or nine and over time. The Sixers play the Indiana Pacers tomorrow night at seven. Villanova takes on Butler later today at noon, and we'll have the latest on that construction on Route one in Bucks County. Up next catch up on the latest Philly News 234 times a day. Here's what's happened. The k Y W all local details from making your Alexa flash briefing Adelphia police.
Gigi in Wonderland - Vogue's March Issue Cover Story
"She's perfected the art of living in the spotlight. But motherhood has opened digi hadeed up to a new world and a new set of priorities. I'm khloe mao evoked contributing editor. And this is g. G in wonderland knew that i have that animal in me says gee hadeed relaxed. In bright. from december cold the twenty five year old model is astrid colored quarterhorse named dallas. And telling me about the birth of her baby in september here at her home in bucks county pennsylvania following a fourteen and a half hour labor at her side. Were her partner zane. Malik her mother yulong to her sister. Bella and a local midwife and her assistant when you see someone do that you look at them a bit differently. I probably looked crazy actually. She says a giggle tinged with pride. I was an animal woman. Mallet cut the baby. Click that she was out says gee gee gazing forward through dallas alert ears as we plod through the upper fields of harmony hollow. The farm owned by longest boyfriend. Joseph goalie a construction firm ceo. I was so exhausted. And i looked up. He's holding her. It was so cute. She's in a cropped long as puffer stretch. Czar jeans and warned black riding boots and looks like neither a harried mother of a ten week old nor paparazzi ducking supermodel with her hair roped into a smooth bun bear face and tiny gold hoop earrings. She resembles mostly her teenage self. An equestrian who showed jumped competitively while growing up in her hometown of santa barbara. California what i really wanted for my experience was to feel like okay. This is a natural thing that women are meant to do. She planned to deliver it a new york city hospital but then the realities of covert hit particularly sequestering here ninety minutes from manhattan and the limits on numbers in the delivery room which would preclude yolanda and bella from being present. Then she and malik watched the two thousand eight documentary the business of being born which is critical of medical interventions and depicts a successful home birth. We both looked at each other. And we're like. I think that's the call. Gd says they placed a blow up bath in their bedroom and sent their three cats and border collie away when the midwife expressed concern that the sphinx and maine coon felines might puncture the tub with their claws. Malik ask gee-gee what music she wanted to hear and she surprised him by requesting the audio of favourite children's novel the indian in the cupboard. He downloaded the film because it was one of his favorites too and they spent the early hours of labor watching it together. That's something we'd never talked about. But in that moment we discovered we both loved. Gd says bash family. She then tells me that malik. The former one direction star turned solo artist. Who has famously press shy and declined to be interviewed for. This article likened his own experience of her birth to align documentary. he'd seen in which a male lion paces nervously outside the cave. The lion s delivers her cubs z. Was like that's how i felt you feel so helpless to see the person you love in pain. Doom dula malibu high classmate carson. Meyer had prepared her for the moment where the mother feels. She can't go any longer without drugs. I had to dig deep. Jichi says i knew it was going to be the craziest pain in my life. But you have to surrender to it and be like this is what it is. I loved that you'll monda and the midwife coach through the pain there definitely was a point where i was like. I wonder what it would be. Like with an epa darryl how it would be different jichi frankly. My midwife looked at me and was like you're doing it. No one can help you your past the point of the epidermal anyway. So you'd be pushing exactly the same way in a hospital bed so she kept pushing. I know my mom zane. Bella were proud of me but at certain points i saw each of them in terror says she ducking under a leafless branch. Dow also who've sucking in the muddy terrain afterward z and. I looked at each other. And we're like we can have some time before we do that again. The baby girl named kai digi revealed on instagram in january from the arabic for the chosen one was a weekly. She was so bright right away. Gd says adding that. The baby's heart rate stayed consistent throughout the labor. That's what i wanted for her. A peaceful bringing to the world. Kyw's world has so far remained small. Her mother rarely leaves the bucolic corner of horse country where the hadeed put down roots in two thousand seventeen. Malik bought a nearby farm. The shoot for this story. In early december at a studio in manhattan was the first time g g had left her daughter since birth yolanda took over caregiving duties even bringing her granddaughter along to feed the miniature. Ponies mama and mccoo. Gee-gee has no nanny no baby nurse. None of the traditional celebrity crutches of new motherhood during our interview the baby stayed with her father and zan's mother tricia who is visiting from england for a month to help she decided to completely take care of the baby alone says yolanda odd. And i think that bond is so important. The dutch former model turned real housewives of beverly hills. Alum was my welcoming party. When i arrived at the farm booming. Hello her arms wide on the threshold in. Camo print puffer and boots. I'm proud of her face on magazine but seeing her give birth was a whole other level of proud yolanda says you go from looking at her as a daughter to looking at her as a fellow mother. The natural transitions and generational shifts of new motherhood are at play in the household. It is a family happily influx on the sprawling. Thirty two acre property. The handful of cottages are designated for different siblings. But this summer. When g g moved out of her cottage into zan's house bella and brother anwar graduated to larger cottages leaving. The smallest is a guest house. We're still close by says she but we have our space to be our own little family. She hosted thanksgiving dinner for the first time this year with zero mother cooking the turkey g g. A prolific home-cooked herself made banana. Pi and baked yolanda favourite tatham. Bella occurred over stuffing and spiked apple. Cider in the kubota tv g g got her christmas tree early for the occasion dressing it with personal ornaments. That she and malik have exchanged over the years. The most recent being glass nintendo console a reference to a favor quarantine activity. I decorated fully. Without my mom's help. And i think i did her. Gd says they are tribe publicly known for their closeness yolanda the doting den. Mother gee-gee the fresh-faced protective older sister. Bella the edgier veronica deejays betty and aloof baby brother on war joining g g and yolanda in the kitchen for latinos and cinnamon rolls before a horseback ride eyewitness. These rules confirmed. Yolanda has the sink drinking a smoothie and finishing gee-gee sentences when she grasps for word g g threatens to have a connection if anwar eats her cinnamon roll when he ambles out of his cottage. But motherhood is a new phase and it will be up to g g to decide whether it belongs on the silhouettes of social media. I think she wants to be real. Online's as bella twenty four by phone from new york city but until her child wants to be in the spotlight and can make the decision herself. She doesn't want to put her in that position. Bela who splits her. Time between her. Soho loft and the farm and facetime with her niece and sister every morning says she already enjoys reading books. Aloud that jeeves to read to her including the rainbow fish and the very hungry caterpillar. It's pretty nostalgic. Bella says it could be argued that we are all hungry caterpillars this year cocooning and comforting with hope of emerging bright winged vaccinated g. G wants split her time between her condo and no-ho and the first class cabin of airplanes when lockdowns began she had just returned from walking fashion shows in four countries and discovering. She was pregnant on the other end of covid. She will emerge as a mother. Happily headquartered in rural pennsylvania. Still a supermodel. But one determined to lead more secluded less peripatetic life. I always want to be here fulltime. She tells me. I love the city but this is where i'm happiest furious. Speculation and countless think pieces have attended the question of what this time will mean. Will we slow down flee cities for less frenzied. More mindful life in many ways. Gee-gee the bodyman of such ideas. The sheiks glamorous version yes but also a person drawn to reassessment. It feels like now. I'm in a different place in my life. She says and she does seem genuinely at home
FBI raids Bucks County COVID-19 testing lab, Philadelphia
"Story is all about in Bucks County. You've got to imagine. It's probably some sort of Insurance fraud. I would guess FBI agent and there's going to be so many stories like this much like what's going on in Philadelphia, with this contract to get the vaccine is distributed through a 22 year old kid. Yeah. FBI agents and other law enforcement officials were seen Thursday at Genesis Diagnostics. One of the first private clinical labs in the United States to offer cope ID testing FBI Office of the inspector general for the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services in the Pennsylvania Attorney General's office. Confirmed to live in town. Now they were present at the Bucks County facility. They raided the place. Genesis Diagnostics offers a variety of genetic and diagnostic testing at the start of the Corona virus pandemic. It offered private covert testing before Bucks County had opened any government run testing sites. No additional details about Thursday's law enforcement action. So why would the FBI be raiding a private cove ID testing facility in Bucks County?
COVID-19 In Philadelphia: Bucks County Woman Diagnosed With Highly Contagious UK Coronavirus Variant
"Bucks County are reporting the area's first confirmed case of the more contagious strain that was first discovered in the UK officials say the variant was found in a woman in her fifties who was briefly in the hospital back in December. The Centers for Disease Control warns the new variant could become the dominant strain in the U. S. By the end of March. And that's reason to worry, says CBS News Medical contributor Dr David Vegas. The more infectious strain is the quicker it can spread, and also the more people that could spread to. So we have to keep on garden as there is hope in a bottle with the vaccine is being distributed across the country at a relatively slow pace, the virus seems to be aggressively Progressing in a very high pace. Dr Egas also says, As this new strain spreads, the number of cases will go up and hospitals will continue to be full ICU beds will also be at a premium across the country. Well start making those reservations. Today marks the first day in your dining restrictions are lifted in Philadelphia.
NBA 2020-21: Philadelphia 76ers Beat Washington Wizards Despite Bradley Beal's Record-tying 60 Points
"This evening eked out a 1 41 toe 1 36 win over the wizards up by a whole lot more. Early in the third quarter. I believe they're up by as much as 21 points before relinquishing that lead Washington how to briefly in the end, Sixers came through and be with a big night. We're going to talk about all of that. As well, as you know, we want to get excited, right? We want to get, you know, like all in like, throw caution to the wind that should say and then go all in with the 70 Sixers team, but Only eight games into the season. We've been here before, and that's why we have to bring in an expert someone who has covered this team for many, many, many years nice enough to join us. From the Bucks, County Courier, Times Intelligencer, Burlington County Times and occasionally USA Today Sports. His name is Tom or what's up, Tom? John. How you doing tonight? Tom, You know you spent the evening at the Wells Fargo Center. As you have so many nights over the years, Tom, let me start with tonight's game six years held. I believe it was a 21.20 or 21 point lead at some point in this game. Clearly, I mean, relinquish it to the point where they completely gave it up Washington to lead but they came through in the end. Um I guess time I wouldn't want to ask you first is when they gave up that lead. What was from your standpoint? What was the chief reason? Why was it lack of focus? Was it something Washington was doing? What did you see? All the sixes have been scorned kind of will. And I think what happened was when, when, uh, Doc Rivers went to his bench like midway through the third quarter. I think they kind of were still into that score mode, and they did not really clamp down defensively. And Bradley feel You know what Just went nuts. You played the whole third quarter. He had 25 in the third quarter 25. They were up 19 with 2 32 to go in the third quarter. Yeah, John, I've covered the NBA for 33 years. That's tied for the most points I've ever seen in an NBA game. Alan ever, said 16 on February 12 to 6 and five at the center against the Magic. That is an incredible amount of points. Or an NBA game? Yeah, e get six is a lot of credit that you know you're right. The Wizards went up to when Meadow hit that little shot with about seven minutes, having a half minutes ago. And they, you know, they brought the starters back and they kept score, and they got stops in the health field of three points in the fourth quarter. You know and and pulled it out. I mean, they're beating their winning games they should win against means they should be, And I think that's a reason to be certainly cautiously at least optimistic. Yeah, I was going. I mean, you know how many the last two or three years we went through these stretches or through most of the season, where they would lower themselves to their opponent either eke out an ugly victory or end up losing those games and through eight, all of eight games. We haven't seen that thus far. Let me talk. Let me talk about a couple of players on the roster. I got to start with Jo Ellan beat Is this the best Jo Ellan beat has looked as a professional in your eyes. I think he has. I mean, tonight. You don't. He didn't score in the first quarter. I think you missed his first five shot. You know, it was a little lethargic Monday night just wasn't into the game tonight. He was into the game, but he just seemed to be going like 100 miles an hour, missing a lot of shots. And he just He just got to go on ended up with 38. You know, had 10 points in the fourth quarter kind of took over the game when it was, you know, on the line midway through the fourth quarter. Uh, yeah, And defensively, you know, blocking shots from guards driving to the basket he gave. He gave Netto our time after blocking his shots. And I guess it had come like you know you you should know better going to get me in practice. If you know it. This and the sixties, and Doc Rivers is taken advantage of giving him the ball and to his credit. He's taking less threes, and he's playing Maura in the low post and the mid range where he is most effective. You know you brought up Doc rivers, So let me skip away from the players for a moment and go to Doc Rivers. We watch seven years of Brett Brown and would sympathize with him a times and maybe defend him at times because of what he had to work with and what he was dealing with the front office and don't shoot the messenger and everything else in between. Tom, I gotta tell you through, you know, eight games. I mean, Doc Rivers is blowing Brett Brown out of the water. I mean, is he making that much a difference? Well, I mean, I think he he had He knows what he wants, and he's done it before, And I think that really helped When you have that experience you thought with the Flyers with Alain Vigneault after hacks call who was new and was learning on the fly, and I think rep around to a large extent, it's the same thing. You know, he also had shooters that Curry has been fantastic. He doesn't force thing You know, He really doesn't. He gets his threes and in the flow of the game. He's a pretty good ball handler and runs a lot of two million games with oil indeed. No eyes. Good passer. You know, Danny Green starting to play, you know. Feel better offensively, at least, although you know Bradley Beal, holy smokes or cinema towards him and Matisse Bible as And, uh, you know, whoever else uh, you know was on him tonight. But, yeah, I think he has a system. He knows what he wants to do. He's done it before, and he's trying to make the system. That the players rather than make, you know, like he's making the system Revolve around the players rather than trying to do the you know, Square Peg round hole kind of things,
Hunter Charged With Fatally Shooting 18-Year-Old He Believed Was Animal In Nockamixon State Park, DA Says
"County authorities have made an arrest in connection with the murder in Naka Mix and state Park in October and killed abused him. Clovis is following the story and Kim a plea deal is already been negotiated for the suspect. District Attorney Matt Weintraub says 52 year old Kenneth Heller of Warminster has been cooperating with authorities ever since he was identified as the murder suspect. Heller turned himself in at a local district magistrate's office Wednesday morning and is charged with criminal homicide. But Weintraub says because of his cooperation Heller will be charged with involuntary manslaughter. Heller is charged with murdering 18 year old Jason cut who was sitting with his girlfriend at Lake Naka mixing on that fateful day, Weintraub says Keller is a hunter in the park allows hunting and recreation. At the same time. This was a situation where the worst confluence of events where two people are in a public park, enjoying Sunset with their whole life in front of them, and you have a third person who's just enjoying a hobby that he loves very much a hunter, and he makes a tragic error in judgment and with the worst possible consequence. Heller waived his preliminary hearing and is now being held in the Bucks County jail, and Heller is also charged with two counts of violating hunting laws, causing injury to another person and failing to render assistance after a hunting accident.
Congress approves 2-day funding measure to avoid shutdown, sending bill to President Trump
"Short term to day funding bill We've been telling you about by a voice vote this evening just hours before a possible government shutdown at midnight, all in favor, say Aye. All opposed No. Has appeared to have it. The House has to have already passed. The measure now goes to the White House for President Trump's signature. Congress will stay over the weekend inside the Beltway toe work on a long term spending bill and a new coronavirus relief bill. That a majority leader Mitch McConnell, push for that two days. Stopgap to keep the government open past midnight are about partisan discussions or continue to make significant headway. Order another relief package for the American people. I'm quite leader, Speaker Pelosi leader McCarthy and I've been working around the clock for several days now. Talks remain productive relief and the shutdown deadline. We're tied together since leaders wanted to tie the relief till the covert deal to the $1.4 trillion funding bill to keep the government open through next September. We're not sure exactly what it will be in the proposed coronavirus stemming this bill. But among the elements money for vaccines for distributions to schools, jobless benefits of $300 per week roughly $330 billion for small business loans. And a new round of stimulus checks, which could be set around $600 per individual under certain income thresholds, half the amount given under the March stimulus law. Bucks. County
Pasadena Bucks County Health Order, Continues to Allow Outdoor Dining Despite Los Angeles Restrictions
"Angeles County's public health order to shut down restaurants by tomorrow night, except for take out and delivery service. Last night City Council meeting was filled with restaurant owners begging to keep their businesses open and council members agreed. L A county supervisor, Katherine Barker, now says she formally plans to oppose the ban of in person dining throughout the county. The target one industry where we all know that it's consistently has been said that the numbers are increasing because of large gatherings. Pasadena is one of two cities in the county that has its own health department and their officials say they'll continue to assess the cove in numbers on a daily basis. Sharon Reared in K ABC
St. Mary Medical Center Nurses Remain On Strike NE Of Philadelphia
"Are asking replacement nurses at ST Mary Medical Center to follow coronavirus protocols set up by the state. Okay, One of you's Kim Global's tells us that the replacement nurses were brought in on Tuesday when Unionized nurses staged to day strike 800 members of past NAP Pennsylvania Association of Staff, Nurses and allied professionals are now ready to return to work. But Trinity Health parent Company of ST Mary Medical Center, says it will not allow a nurse's back into the hospital until Sunday at 7 A.m. and action. The union is calling a lockout. The issue was addressed at the Bucks County commissioner's meeting. Commissioner Diane Marsiglia. I think we are all and I know I am outraged by this. These are nurses in our community who thought that coded the first time it came around, but their lives not fine. Donna Helprin cardiac critical character says Busses show up every day with replacement nurses very disturbing because they're spending all this money on his replacement nurses what they could have re invested that and the doctors that are standing outside One that really care. Past NAP is striking for safe staffing levels and higher wages. Trinity help has not yet responded to a request for comment. Kim Glovis
‘Standing Up For Our Patients’: Philadelphia Nurses On Strike Over Alleged Staffing Issues, Wages As COVID-19 Cases Soar
"Starting medical center says it has reached a tentative agreement with its 1000 unionized nurses sidestepping a strike, but Kay Wide avenues Kim Glovis reports nurses at ST Mary Medical Center in Langhorne, Bucks County. Are staging a two day walk out The issues in both cases are safe staffing and wages. 800 members of past NAP The Pennsylvania Association of Staff, Nurses and Allied Professionals hit the picket lines Tuesday morning at ST Mary Medical Center and will remain there until Thursday. Maureen May is president of past net, She says ST Mary and its parent company, Trinity Health, are not addressing either of those issues and wanted to have Hey, Stan Thing you need to provide the the Northeast Northeast take take care care of of the the bedside. bedside. In In order order to to have have the the number number of of nurses nurses needed needed the the bedside. bedside. You You have have to to provide provide proper proper compensation, compensation, so so it's it's one one big big package, package, Trinity Trinity Health says. Although the nurses are striking for two days, it will take five days for hospital to ramp up its staff with replacement nurses may responds. It's going to take them five days. It's it's a lock out and Have been on strike in the past and you go back in and you hit the ground running just like we hit the ground running when the call came. Trinity Health says it's ready to resume negotiations when the strike is over,
Trump and Biden hit key states in final campaign stops
"Of the axioms of presidential campaigning watch where where the the candidates candidates are are travelling travelling in in the the final final days. days. And And on on this this final final day day of of activity activity before before Election Election Day, Day, it it looks looks like like Pennsylvania Pennsylvania is is considered considered the the most most important important prize prize and joining us live CBS News Political reporter Caitlin Huey Burns, who's been all over Pennsylvania. Caitlin, Thank you so much for joining us. Hi. Thanks for having me. So you're on the road somewhere in Pennsylvania. Why has the Keystone state emerged as perhaps the chief target here by both the Trump and Biden campaigns. That's right. We're leaving Bucks County and heading back to Philadelphia. This is the battleground of all battlegrounds. President Trump was here making four stops around Pennsylvania yesterday. Joe Biden is barnstorming the state today with this family come alone. There is also here. Pennsylvania is key for a couple of different reasons. First, it offers 20 electoral votes. A huge prize for whoever wins the presidency and also in 2016, it was decided by just 44,000 votes that's such and there are large in and at the margin that help Trump When the White House he's hoping it helped when again, But both campaigns say that this is a very close race, perhaps closer than the polls we've to believe, and the Biden campaign wants to take know voter for granted. They're crossing all over the state today, hoping to get every last vote out. We also know that Pennsylvania this is the first time that they're having absentee ballots, no excuse absentee ballot programming. About three million people have requested an accepted absentee ballots. Um, we've been talking to voters who like this process. Want to make sure Their vote isn't to be counted. You know, it seems like Pennsylvania. Like many other states, It's really an election between the cities in the suburbs and then the rural areas where the president has a real stronghold. That's absolutely right. So you're going to see the vice President Joe Biden, campaigning and places like Philadelphia and the suburbs around Philadelphia, which, as we've seen since the 2018 midterms have shown kind of perhaps a realignment of the parties also campaigning in places like Pittsburgh. The president, meanwhile, has been campaigning in areas that he flipped. In 2016 counties. Ah ah, that, you know that include former Vice President Joe Biden, hometown of Scranton, Uh, that flipped from Obama to Trump in 2016 hoping to maintain those areas support. You're going to hear the president. Talk about oil and fracking. You're going to hear Joe Biden really talk about Krone virus pandemic and making that a centerpiece of his campaign. We talk a lot about bellwether places. What part of Pennsylvania? Are you considering the bellwether tomorrow night to see which way things might go? Well, a couple of different places that we focused our reporting right now. We as I mentioned we're in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. This is a place where the margins have really narrowed in 2016. Hillary Clinton wanted by fewer than 3000. Votes, and you talk to a variety of different voters at a early Dropbox location, who kind of gave us a sense of that area as a key battleground watch. We're also keeping an eye on those three counties that Trump flipped from Obama to trump in 2016 1 of them is a place that we were over the weekend, North Hampton An area that we were walking around name neighbors, neighborhoods with canvassers and finding trumps science Next. If I don't sign their neighbors against neighbors, you could be in the same neighborhood and be supporting two very different candidates. So those are kind of the areas that we're watching to see. It's basically a game of turning out your voters. And that's why if you live in Pennsylvania, you're likely getting calls from campaigns urging UT either Get your ballot in or show up on election Day. Hey, Caitlin, our time is up, So I need a quick answer on this, but Do you agree with this? Thought that whoever wins Pennsylvania wins the election. I think it is going to be critical to whoever with the White House. All
Trump and Biden hold campaign events on final weekend before Election Day
"For the White House was once a marathon. Now it's a sprint president Trump in his rival Joe Biden. Both have a dizzying schedule of events heading into Election Day this Tuesday, each of them visiting critical battleground states. Today, President Trump was in Pennsylvania, telling a crowded rally in Bucks County and that after four years in office, he is still a Washington Washington outsider outsider I I don't don't know know is is played played by by the the rules rules of of Washington Washington and and the the Washington Washington establishment. establishment. It's It's because because I I was was elected elected to to fight fight for for you you and and I I fought fought harder harder for for you you than than any president and that our president is still complaining about a recent decision from the U. S Supreme Court allowing Pennsylvania extra time to count mail in ballots, which were being used more than ever before, in many states because of the pandemic. Of course, I think it's highly likely you're not gonna have a decision because Pennsylvania is very big. And as you know, there were there was another state, but perhaps other states and, well, this is a terrible thing that they've done to our country. The president also predicted he'd win Pennsylvania. The most polls have consistently showed him trailing Joe Biden in the state by meanwhile, told a drive in rally in Flint, Michigan. Today, the job's safety and access to healthcare are let's take in this election, no matter how many threats he makes. America will be heard. When America's heard I believe that this is going to be loud and it's going to be clear. It's time for Donald Trump to pack his bags and go home. Appearing with the former vice president was a one time running mate of his former president. Obama, who again had some sharp criticism, criticism for President Trump's handling of the pandemic. He also blasted the Trump campaign for holding crowded rallies, some of which appear to have become a virus. Super spreader events trump We're focused on Cove it from the beginning. Cases wouldn't be reaching new record highs across the country. Some of the places heels rallies have even seen new spikes after he leave found Former president also blasted President Trump for accusing doctors of exaggerating the Corona virus. Case numbers to make more money
Trump Campaigns Near Philadelphia
"Days away from Election Day, and President Trump and Joe Biden are making their closing pitches the voters in our area this weekend President Trump was in Newtown in Bucks County earlier today, and he will make three other appearances across the Commonwealth, including one in reading. Meanwhile,
Biden, Trump campaigning in battleground Pennsylvania
"President Joe Biden was in Bristol Township, Bucks County over the weekend for a drive in rally may come down to Pennsylvania. And I believe in you. I believe in my state. The Trump campaign sees the same value in P E. A last week, the president said. If he wins Pennsylvania hold win reelection on Monday, President Trump is headlining three of his signature rallies in Bankest, ER, Allentown and Martinsburg, Biting along with his wife, Jill, also made a stop in Luzerne County on Saturday.
After tight 2016 race, Pennsylvania poised to be linchpin to election win
"Up in battleground states, and that includes Pennsylvania as K Y W Charlotte race reports. Both presidential candidates believe the Keystone State could decide this election. Nearly half of Pennsylvania's requested mail in ballots have already been cast, but candidates aren't giving up hope to secure more votes by November. 3rd. It's go time, folks. Is my coach of Delaware say it's go time. It's Game day. Former Vice President Joe Biden was in Bristol Township, Bucks County over the weekend for a drive in rally may come down to Pennsylvania. And I believe in you. I believe in my state. The Trump campaign sees the same value in P E. A last week, the president said. If he wins Pennsylvania hold win reelection on Monday, President Trump is headlining three of his signature rallies in blank, Esther Allentown and Martinsburg. Biden, along with his wife, Jill, also made a stop in Luzerne County on Saturday. Charlotte, RESCATE y. W News
Trump, Biden campaigns start 10-day homestretch to Election Day
"Campaigns with a busy weekend schedule former VP Joe Biden in Pennsylvania today with a rally this hour and Luzern County. Earlier he hosted a drive in rally in Bucks County P Ay, where he attacked the president. I've dealt with guys like Trump my whole life, so many of you Guys who look down on me because they have a lot of money. Guys who inherited everything, got everything in their life given to them and then managed to squander it. Ah, honking war erupted between bite and supporters and those for President Trump. We're hoping to drown out. The former VP is remarks. President Trump was stops today in North Carolina, Ohio, and Wisconsin is first in Lumberton, North Carolina. For the last half a century Joe Biden has been outsourcing your jobs opening your eyes. Orders and sacrificing American blood and treasure and endless and ridiculous Foreign wars president and Circleville, Ohio. Next. He began his day in Florida, where he cast his ballot in West Palm Beach.
Joe Biden courts swing voters in Bucks County, north of Philadelphia
"Will shut down the virus, not the economy. I'm shampoo, so Fox News that pledge from Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden during a drive in campaign event in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. He vowed to bring back Bonomy by dealing with the pandemic testing. Tracie basket social distancing not politicizing the race for a vaccine planning for its safe and equitable distribution, where everyone gets it on the sidelines of the event in Bristol, a so called car honking war between Biden supporters and President Trump's supporters, an apparent attempt to drown out the voice of the former vice president.
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"In Bucks County will be provided A face shield this fall will have the details coming up. But first, it's 11. 12 time for traffic and weather on the twos and we start by checking in with Justin Dropping you get a look at the roadways. Justin Good evening, ma'am. We'll start off in for 22. Everything still blocked westbound between Santa Toga and Armand Hammer Boulevard. This is due to an accident. So the fortune off of this at Santa Toga, you could take high street back over the arm and hammer Boulevard to pick up for 22 west that gets you around the closure. For 20. He's not much of a gay piglet. So that's good news construction on 95 it's slow South bound in Delaware County from 4 52 to the state line. Just the left lane gets through North bound is slow from state line to the approach. Of Exit one for Chae Chester Avenue. Same thing left lane getting by for the roadwork and then farther north. That's jam just past the Betsy Ross Bridge report of a crash. Also, the ramp from 95 north of the Betsy Ross Bridge is slow due to construction. Scougall Expressway. It's westbound. The right lane closed between South Street, the Vine Street Expressway and the Roosevelt Boulevard South bound slow from broad Street to the approach of Fox Street. That his roadwork in the left lane Lincoln Drive inbound close between Clive and Street to Ridge Avenue for construction that should be reopened by 5 30 tomorrow morning and one lean available in the Commodore Barry Bridge, heading westbound, causing a minor delay in New Jersey. Pretty quiet on the 42 Freeway to 95 the turnpike and Route 55. Mass Transit is not reporting any major problems. I'm Justin drop back, and it came up with 20 for the forecast from NBC 10 1st Alert meteorologist Crystal Clyde overnight..
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"Cover nineteen Bucks county exec Laura Curran says there are still some hot spots last week the first week of may from may first to may eighth county wide we had two point nine percent of everyone testing testing positive ten point nine percent that's very good is actually lower now that was last week right right ten point nine percent but the four clinics it what that number of percentage testing positive was into the teens and twenties progress overall in Suffolk County as well but like Nassau County Suffolk County has its hot spots as well Suffolk County executive Steve Bellone tested a total of four thousand seven hundred and five people what we've got back is four thousand three hundred eighty six results of those we've seen a positive result in one thousand five hundred and ninety five individuals that gives us a percentage of thirty six point four action rate which again is a higher rate than we are seen carrying winds blowing says there has been a decline in new hospitalizations in Suffolk for corona virus twenty six additional deaths bringing the total in Suffolk County to one thousand six hundred eighty MTA chairman Pat for his been vocal about the financial crisis facing his agency he says he needs billions of additional federal dollars appearing live earlier here on ten ten wins we asked him what the MTA will look like in the future everything is on the table I I think the first thing that we're gonna be looking at are staggered hours and staggered days of work what what what what the one and we're appealing to the business community which likely that many members of which are already contemplating that you've no doubt heard about problems with the New York state labor department when it comes to unemployment benefits the department has been overwhelmed they have added thousands of employees in computers if you've run out of money and you're tapping your foot waiting for that unemployment check your state labor commissioner Roberta Reardon says you just have to hang on she says the money is being processed and has been sent out we have connected one point seven million new Yorkers with seven point four billion dollars and I will not rest until everyone received their benefits she says if you've checked the labor department website and it says your case is pending that means it's processing and probably you've left out some vital information on your application reading claims her office has called seven hundred thousand people to get the needed information but she concedes I'm I'm afraid sometimes it takes more time than we'd like but we are definitely reaching out to everybody she says she has staffers who've been working seven days a week for two months they put in twelve hour days they've added servers and re launched web applications Carol do you worry at ten ten wins news senators are reviewing broadband internet access in a new light these days given the increased demand due to the pandemic senator Roger wicker says the coronavirus has refocused the importance of internet access normal activities like work school.
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"A Bucks county man found dead in his burned out hilltown township home was about to stand trial on rape and kidnapping charge patients recovering from coronavirus infection could have long recoveries especially people of color according to experts recapping our top story New Jersey is now allowing curbside retail pickup nonessential construction projects as well the governor Murphy adds the state is not yet in the clear that's all ahead of the next fifteen minutes good evening I'm Steve Tabor with an client is at the other stuff the Bucks county man who was found dead in his burned out home after his second standoff with police this year was out on bail awaiting trial on charges including rape and kidnapping more from K. Y. W. suburban bureau chief Jim Mel Curtis fish was arrested after an eight hour standoff with police on January first accused of holding a woman against her will for our sexually and physically assaulting her before she escaped out a window this was released on bail after is reduced a couple of weeks after his arrest but he was sent back to jail after he was accused of making contact with his accuser in March on April first fish was granted bail again and given an ankle monitor his lawyer Lucy coe says in part because the bailing fraction was determined to be minor in part because of delays from the corona virus many women are just being where hal waiting far too long for your day in court Bucks county DA Matt Weintraub we oppose his re bail reduction we oppose his release we tried to get him put back in the jail decisions were made that were contrary to our our objections and now we are where we are fortunately nobody else got hurt cause of death has not been released pending an autopsy but Weintraub's hasn't happened inside the home and not by any actions of officers outside at the suburban bureau Jamelle work K. Y. W. news radio African Americans in Philadelphia are died of covered nineteen at much higher rates than the city's white population according to experts while most to test positive survive K. Y. W. committee affairs reporter Cherri Gregg learns the road to recovery can be rough it began in different ways it was just a light call fever chills I'm thinking maybe I just had a twenty four hour flu with key asset Tyson John Tyrell and Darryl Shuler are known around Philadelphia and all three tested positive for covert nineteen at different times that in the space all alone not knowing how your body will respond each one on a separate campaign to raise awareness there posting a Facebook live video they got thousands of views I was scared I was scared to death John day sharing his covert experience doing his eight day hospital stay the first two or three days just breathing very shallow former Pennsylvania secretary of health Dr Calvin Johnson says because people of color tend to have underlying conditions covert nineteen can have a harsher impact even for survivors to people recovering from wounds iris inspection and have a very slow and and and long recovery testing in high risk communities is necessary for our survivors testing positive change everything when you can't please you have to think about dying take it for granted all these social gatherings and all stop doing this we have to take the necessary precautions so you won't have to risk your life to regret keep looking this rodeo what are some roadwork delays on seventy six east bound will catch up with the traffic center next it's.
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"Right now twelve thirty two time for traffic and weather on the Jews sponsored by window nations by to get to sail because of window nation dot com good morning P. Hey there Frank yeah we're taking a look at seventy six right now and I'm not seeing any problems whatsoever in either direction on the Schuylkill expressway we just have some construction westbound on seventy six as you come up on university the left lane is taken away now if you're traveling on ninety five just a heads up headed towards the Betsy Ross bridge northbound on ninety five we've got some police activity in the right lane suggested here left to give them some room to straighten that out but southbound on ninety five from Bucks county all the way down toward the Delaware state line things are looking pretty good cleared for seventy six and the Pennsylvania Turnpike are trouble free now moving into New Jersey forty two to ninety five are clear however do watch out for that instruction in Carneys point on two ninety five running in both directions at exit two which is for the New Jersey Turnpike only one lane is currently getting by mass transit no reported delays the K. Y. W. twenty four hour traffic center I'm P. in our auto thank you Pete now the five day forecast here's NBC ten first alert meteorologist Brittney Shipp overnight periods of rain will continue mainly widespread in light not quite as cold as yesterday early morning lows right around forty seven degrees by Saturday afternoon gradual clearing expected with a high of fifty four on Sunday sunny and nice clouds continue to increase the temperatures in the mid sixties that's what we should be for this time of year then heading into Monday mostly cloudy another chance of rain mainly south of Philly hi fifty nine degrees Tuesday we dry out again with a high of sixty four Wednesday mostly sunny but colder we snap back to the mid fifties I'm a B. C. ten first alert meteorologist Brittney Shipp with your most accurate forecast Kalanick right now here in center city we have cloudy skies in forty eight degrees at twelve thirty four the number of new covert nineteen cases in Philadelphia continues to rise at a steady consistent rate signaling progress in containing the spread more from our city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb health commissioner Tom Farley reported five hundred eighteen new cases an increase that he says shows the spread is plateauing the ads the number of hospital cases now more than sixteen hundred region why chose it hasn't hit its peak and that means officials can't predict.
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"Police in Bucks county try to track down the cars that hit and killed a woman this morning along route one in Middletown Philadelphia's four bars designated as safe bars for workers are trained to reduce the risk of sexual misconduct recapping our top story city officials say the release of a harmless but stinky chemical calmer captain in the P. S. refinery this morning prompted fears of a gas leak and evacuations from center city all ahead in the next fifteen minutes I mean bush with regular Lanzini in Charlotte Reese the editor's desk we hit run in Bucks county left a woman dead in part of route one shut down for hours today in the search continues for the vehicles involved they want to use Tim Jimenez has the story from Middletown township police say the victim was a twenty nine year old woman and she was hit by several cars on route one closed in Chamonix high school was about three thirty in the morning when police say this hit and run happened investigators say the victim was either walking along route one or trying to cross when she was hit on the southbound side accident Vesta Gator spent all morning right through rush hour looking for clues on and around the highway Middletown township police say anyone with information should give them a call in Middletown township Tim Jimenez KYW newsradio it's one seventeen safe bars are designed to do just what the name says people who work there are trained certified and how to reduce the risk of sexual harassment and assault Philadelphia it will be used on the get it with the story women organized against rape or war runs a national program is popular in other cities but here in Philadelphia they're only four bars or staff members are trained and certified it's a difficult subject to talk about and not a lot of people want to talk about it Wallace owns devil's den and eleventh in Ellsworth in south Philly she paid for the training for staff and says sexual harassment assault is disturbing to some of the conversation needs to take place thank you you put the fire sprinklers and before there's a fire ever talks about the training on what to expect it was a lot about reading situations you know we're we're not asking her staff to like go run down the street and tackle somebody and but it's about knowing a safe way to intervene were says among the benefits of the training customers will positive experiences are more likely to return and tell their friends about your safe bar John McDevitt KYW newsradio election day in Israel again as the nation decides maybe whether Benjamin Netanyahu will remain in power there's a good turn out at this polling station here in Jerusalem but voters are weary this is the third Israeli election in less than a year after the previous two failed to produce a winner and the stalemate could repeat itself prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his rival Benny guns are running neck and neck yet again Robert Berger CBS news at a polling station in Jerusalem mostly sunny and sixty degrees with temperatures holding.
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"Backed the Bucks county our share problems on two ninety five the B. give the backup begins north on I ninety five north of wood haven road where it is turns in the east two ninety five just above the turnpike an accident finally out of the way still quite a delay remains please stay with it and then the opposite side as west two ninety five old south on ninety five Jan business one Langhorne to approaching the turnpike well a separate accident up ahead with only the center at lane getting by and we continue beyond this turns back into south I. ninety five in the Philadelphia slow copping down to Girard Avenue west on the Schuylkill expressway in a South Philadelphia that's backed up Veritiv thirty street on the Boulevard at the lab when all lanes are open east mystical backed up a to to pass Conshohocken this city down to Girard PA turnpike is busy busy westbound so willow Grove before Washington south on the blue route to getting off the turnpike slow mid county tolls down the ridge pike still a big delay north on the blue route through Delaware County we are hard at a crawl from a north of media swap more on up to password one picks up maybe a couple feet were jammed approaching getting off of the Villanova exit for Lancaster Avenue it appears as though that would there was an accident possibly the lights are not working right but again at that big delays now getting off at Villanova a new Jersey forty two freeway new set of problems jam north of the black horse pike an accident in the left lane beyond the slow from approaching route forty one new traffic pattern the ongoing construction still slow the Burlington Bristol bridge earlier opening but it's moving once again mass transit on or close to schedule bet on college and pro basketball and get your first bet risk free up to five hundred dollars download the Parx casino sports book app or click parks casino dot com slash PA use promo code hoops must be twenty one gambling problem call one eight hundred gambler the K. Y. W. twenty four hour traffic center St Clovis sell the exigent forecast in the NBC ten first alert weather center we're going to have a clear start to the day sunny but clouds are gonna move in later this morning really had a high though of sixty degrees then tonight showers.
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"To you the Bucks county congressman Mike Fitzpatrick who has died following a battle with cancer fine just in the trial of former Philadelphia police officer charged with third degree murder of a black has been delayed Democrats ticket tool with the work the work of in sports the Sixers host Oklahoma fifty three partly cloudy is temperatures on the seventh of the moment good afternoon to why Michelle was the top story we're following for you at two thirty one Mike Patrick from a box Callie Republican congressman has died from cancer has been given to refuse Justin without the fifty six year old is being remembered by colleagues and the twins today Bucks county district attorney Matt Weintraub says his relationship with Mike this Patrick goes back years I've known Mike since I was a young ADA and he was a commissioner he was somebody that I sought to emulate and all of my years in public service he says Fitzpatrick's ability to work with so many different kinds of people was one of the main reasons he was able to win answer for terms in Congress he was an exceptional public servant it didn't matter what your affiliation was whether you were rich or poor which part of the county you came from he always strove to treat everybody the same one trip says he's going to miss Fitzpatrick the man not just the politician who retired in twenty sixteen to start crying and decent man he was one of Bucks county's best and brightest sons in a statement the Fitzpatrick family says Michael died Monday from melanoma just a note okay wide W. newsradio more Congress and Pat me in who served in the house with this Patrick says he was motivated to benefit his constituents and self I hope people look at Mike as an example of the kind of public servant that is really focused on the right reason to be in service he never asked for much of anything from it I think he did it out of a sense of duty and obligation country who live in unity two eighty seven Thomas has ordered the US and comma flags on all facilities and grounds flight have staff honor former US representative Mike it's not that coming up a change in Delaware County council again whether in holy sponsored by winter nation when you get one free sale buy now pay later with a nation dot com they some shall not a bad start to the Monday afternoon drive overall pretty quiet minor volume delay.
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"Remember former Bucks county congressman Mike Fitzpatrick died after a long fight with cancer I just in the trial against a former Philadelphia police officer don't tell dicey suspense of ever increase for ministry for shooting close up photos on his cell phone a voice in wrestling uniforms hi Marc Faber in sports the Sixers host Oklahoma City forty six working at five forty seven the cloud covered it afternoon tea white nations around the top story we're following for you or to a one former boxer a congressman Mike Fitzpatrick has died it is six years old this is Justin Trudeau now fits Patrick legacy missing locally as well as the content I'll answer seems husband captain Victor Saraceni was killed during the hijacking of flight one seventy five during the September eleventh terrorist attacks when that happened the Bucks county resident reached out to her then congressman Mike Fitzpatrick anti thing might work with me to meet and dropped legislation for a bill to install secondary barriers on all aircraft that bill is known as the seer CD aviation safety act legislation that's in effect to this day we believe our by did that we had to close the gaping vulnerability on our flight deck that we never could allow a repeat of the terrorists reaching the cockpit again she says Fitzpatrick who was a four term congressman work to make sure all Bucks county residents who died on September eleventh would be remembered by getting them a seven hundred fifty thousand dollar grant to complete the garden of reflection he was a great man he was a great American the dispatcher family says Michael who retired from Congress in twenty sixteen passed away peacefully surrounded by family after a long arduous battle with melanoma just the nude okay wide W. means ready a former congressman Pat me and served in the house of fifty it's Patrick and says the way his former colleague of his answers were currents is impressive and courageous way in which he dealt with not only the challenge of the cancer but the way he continued to write first district I thank governor Tom wolf has ordered the US and Commonwealth flags and all facilities of public buildings to fly at half staff honor him the trial against a former Philadelphia police officer has been delayed are you more of at the Slammy she'll start off in center city overall pretty quiet looks good directions on the Vine Street expressway.
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"In upper Bucks county for people of been using bottled water because of elevated he foss level Facebook pulls over three billion fake accounts that the social media giant's has violated its terms of service recapping our top story lead with us in the public impeachment inquiry of president trump believes US aid to Ukraine was conditioned on an investigation of the bite of that's all ahead of the next fifteen minutes good evening I'm Steve what the client is at the editors deaths an arrest is made in the deadly hit and run on Sunday in Norristown that claimed the life of a Vietnam veteran get more from KYW stomach down the visual C. thirty one year old demi as per as a summary on Norristown turned himself in to police he was arrested and charged the list of offenses including accidents involving death or personal injury accidents involving death or injury while not license and filling up to notify police of an accident injury or death police say a sixty seven year old Samuel Jackson was getting out of his car around six thirty Sunday night at Astor west oak not far from main street what a speeding car hit him and kept going the Vietnam veteran later died at the hospital so every Arnold's bail was set at two hundred thousand dollars John Devitt key what have you news radio an investigation into the foss contaminated wells in upper Bucks county has revealed now a possible source a wide W. scan globe A/S reports the state department of environmental resources is now working with that company the P. P.'s Virginia Cain says the state started the investigation in east and west rock hill townships in twenty sixteen we found that fourteen homes were found to be above the EPA health advisory level any homes that had over seventy parts per trillion of P. five or P. fella have been getting bottled water change as a possible source of contamination has been identified as birdies retail retread technologies but published reports say Berkeley's was identified as the owner of the day a massive tire fire broke out thirty years ago how gross is with the Bucks my coalition for safer water it's disturbing that it took this long this is happened a long time ago and cases been kind of fighting this off and saying this is in our stuff well basically it was their stock DP says it's working to find in home water treatment systems to eliminate the P. files from those homes gross says those systems are available now and it shouldn't take this long to get those families clean water can globis KYW news radio Facebook is releasing its latest update on its efforts to remove harmful content from the platform Joe Ramsey reports the social media giant took down three point two billion bogus accounts just between April and September read more than doubles the number of fake accounts taking down during the same period last year it says nearly all were caught before they had a chance to become active users of the social networks that are not counted in the figures the company reports regularly Facebook estimates that about five percent of its two point four five billion user accounts are fake it says the increase in fakers is due to the improvements in detection the world's largest social network also says millions of post depicting child abuse and suicide were also caught the reporters Facebook's fourth on standards of enforcement only one state in the nation out in North Dakota has a bank owned and operated by the state government other states considering the concept like New Jersey the latest to join the list as an alternative here's K. Y. W. South Jersey bureau chief David bat governor Phil Murphy ran on the idea and sees it as a way to help town small businesses and individuals alike he says private community banks are fine but many of the larger corporate entities are taking local monies to fund projects out of state maybe even out of the country concept is a bank owned.
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"In Bucks county accuse a husband and wife team applying cosmetics on the cheap and selling them for a big profit city officials are beginning the process of repairing homes that were damaged during the summers shoot out in a north Philadelphia neighborhood and recapping our top story a five year old bridge to New Jersey girl is still missing but searchers are optimistic they'll find her alive that's all ahead in the next fifteen minutes good morning on Paul Kurtz Connor bar con is that the editors. a couple in Bucks county is charged with running a retail theft ring accused of buying stolen cosmetics and beauty supplies at a fraction of the cost then reselling them a one of a U. suburban bureau chief Jim Mel work reports authorities say they preyed on drug addicts the Nissan Michel gill of Milford township were charged with organised retail theft corrupt organizations are receiving stolen property the couple ran one stop health and beauty shop at the Quaker town farmers market and also sold products on eBay but prosecutor and Lucas says they were selling items they knew were stolen from other stores which they bought for as little as twenty five cents on the dollar they were buying those stolen items from retail thieves basically who are committing the retail fast to feed their own addictions according to the criminal complaint the new skill was asked if she didn't think it was suspicious before bringing the products are Q. March up willing to sell them so cheaply she replied many people in Q. martyr crack heads and that's what crack kids do he markets only open Friday Saturday and Sunday in the complaint says they make upwards of five thousand dollars a weekend at the shop with donated items from giant CVS and target investigators set up several controlled sales with items they say ended up being sold by the couple at the suburban bureau Gemma work K. winnable you news radio six forty seven north Philadelphia residents whose homes were damaged during a seven and a half hour standoff between cops and an armed suspect are getting some relief a one of a new city hall bureau chief at locales a city officials are making neighborhood improvements and have secured free repairs for bullet then there can he sent a letter to the painters and allied trades requesting help in making repairs to several houses that were damaged by gunfire during the August fifteenth incident in which six police officers were shot and hundreds of bullets were fired union president Joe asked Dale says he was happy to help. pretty big incident and was on a dramatic effect on some of the neighbors and we're going to go in there and we suspect that running more for repairs to question the server would does nothing for the building trades council says there's also a handshake agreement with other unions to repair any other damage the city's done some restoration work itself according to neighborhood leaders and the amuse came down the next week painted them about this up so that would look so bad on our block she says the also cleared a lot into the inspectors are preparing to remove an abandoned house that's been a problem of the response she says I was surprised but I was very pleased Pat lobe KYW newsradio the Supreme Court justice who became a public figure around the world has an exhibit about her life that's making it the east coast debut right here in Philly they want to use and for that levy has more on notorious RBG the life and times of proof later Ginsburg named after the New York times bestselling book this exhibit give everyone a chance to get to know the woman who's a folk hero to many for the national museum of American Jewish history this is our superhero exhibition curator Josh pyramid says that's because as the second woman and the first Jewish woman to serve on the Supreme Court.
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"Month in bucks county with the nineteen Eighty-one murder of his wife. It YWCA bourbon bureau chief Jim Melwert reports, William Corazon waved us preliminary hearing in exchange for what's called early discovery. Meaning prosecutors, we'll turn over all their investigative information now rather than waiting until after his formal arraignment, corsage attorney Keith Williams. I wanna make it perfectly clear. Hugh did not admit any guilt today, and that he only made a tactical decision to try and get the discovery early to better prepare what the for what the future may hold Williams says he didn't expect to learn much of the preliminary hearing, adding he felt the likelihood of murder charges getting thrown out at a preliminary hearing where slim, of course wife, Gloria course on was last seen leaving her job in Horsham in March. Nineteen Eighty-one course on claims, she ran off the Florida and you never saw her again. Prosecutors say her body has never been found. But the circumstantial evidence and grand jury. Testimony also charged with baking documents prosecutors say to profit off her death in Jameson, Jim Melwert, KYW NewsRadio. Six migrant child has died in government custody after crossing the border, the federal agency that oversees the care of unaccompanied migrant children has acknowledged to CBS news that a ten year old girl, from El Salvador died in its custody on September twenty-ninth last year. The child's death had not been previously reported correspondent, Omar Villafranca tells us why government agencies like ice or border patrol do not have to publicly disclose the death of a migrant child. They just have to report it, internally and two local childcare agencies in the area other than that, that's it. That's why we're just finding out about it now on Capitol Hill, acting homeland security secretary, Kevin mcaleer was grilled by House Democrats, including congresswoman Loren Underwood. I feel like the evidence is really clear that this is intentional. It's intentional. It's a policy choice being made on purpose by this administration and its cruel inhumane, that's down. Our men and women fight hard to protect people in our custody every single day. Piper CBS news. KYW.
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"In bucks county have arrested nearly a dozen people accused of running a lucrative drug ring out of a home in Warminster more from KYWZ, Paul Kurtz, bucks county district attorney, Matt wine. Trump says the eleven occupants of six sixty nine Cheryl drive were running a heroin and fennel ring that brought in about eight million dollars a week. They did it through a makeshift basement lab. It is a large scale packaging operation that we have reasonable leave was responsible for over a half a million dosage units we found a large mixing bowl, which suspected her. When in fat and next door court sized plastic bag of what's known as a cutting agent to dilute the product to put it in the hands of as many people as possible. The suspects were arrested in a Tuesday night, raid involving federal local and county law enforcement officers. The investigation began last July after an anonymous neighbor called police in bucks county. I'm Paul Kurtz. KYW NewsRadio president. Trump's longtime lawyer and personal fixer Michael Cohen has been sentenced to three years in prison by a federal judge in New York. Prosecutors say they've learned a lot about one of the hush payments Cohen a range from the publishers of a supermarket tabloid having secured a three year prison sentence for the president's longtime lawyer federal prosecutors in New York say they've now reached an agreement with the publisher of the National Enquirer American media now admits that it did make a one hundred fifty thousand dollar payment to former playboy playmate Karen McDougal in concert with Donald Trump's campaign promises to offer internal training on federal election law and in exchange. Prosecutors say they won't go after AM. I Stephen Portnoy CBS news. The White House. CNN is reporting Cohen will report to prison on March six British Prime Minister Theresa may survived. The no confidence vote today within her own conservative party, the number of votes cast in favor of having competence. Theresa. Was two hundred. One.
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"One in bucks county. KYW's Paul Kurtz reports it will take four years for workers to reconstruct and widen one point three miles of route one from old Lincoln highway to the shamanic interchange in Bensalem the project might cause stress for motorists who regularly use the highway, but Penn dots. Brad. Rudolph says the finished product should provide long-term relief. There's been a lot of development on that area. More cars, are you using US one than ever before an extra lane is gonna go a long way improving interchanges and proving just how people get from one major highway to another and we're talking to turnpike street road. Other goals include rebuilding some aging bridges widening shoulders and reconfiguring the street road interchange work is set to begin next Monday on Paul Kurtz, KYW NewsRadio. Philadelphia city council committee yesterday advanced a Bill it hopes will reduce the dumping of tires on. City streets KYW city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb reports the Bill would require tire dealers to get a license to do business in the city council members describe it as a massive problem. Cannot Johnson says there's a spot in his district. The city has to clean up regularly and every time talking about hundred and fifty two hundred times ease the Bill would attack the problem by creating a tire dealer license that requires the name of the hauler the dealer uses to dispose of old tires. It would also require the dealer to keep a detailed accounting of every single tire bought sold and disposed of zero waste and litter director Nick Zito says that would help the city track where dumped tires are coming from setting the tone that we're not letting this slip through the cracks anymore. We're going to really oversight. The Bill now goes to the full council. Pat, Loeb, KYW NewsRadio. Getting back to our top story now suspicious packages sent to the Obamas and the Clintons. The secret service says they were intercepted and identified as potential explosive devices. Also, the bomb squad on the scene at New York's Time Warner building that's where CNN's headquarters is located a suspicious suspicious package found there and WCBS reporter, Mike smelt is there and he's joining us live Mike,.
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"This bucks county and it's approaching business route one one all lanes are blocked with this crash that's ninety five north it's above the pennsylvania turnpike in bucks county and you don't wanna go there right there that's the area that they're also going to be calling to ninety five east now i don't want there right now you'll also don't want to be on the scudder falls bridge at the moment heading into pa things are jammed there to do to some roadwork route one north approaching approaching the sesame place area would burn watch out for another delay there due to construction we've got a pennsylvania turnpike truck fire unfortunately this is west just past ben salem everybody needs to stay to the left with this we can't see a delay forming south on ninety five you're jammed from approaching the commodore barry bridge this delco all the way down to the delaware state line two left lanes are blocked due to some road work there platte bridge heading into south philly we're all jammed up because of a problem that's down at twenty sixth street with a crash on the schuylkill expressway everything we're seeing right now is just a little bit of volume same story on the vine street expressway in both directions the worst of the delay it's going to be near the parkway and then the downside of the ben franklin bridge and the mealy furniture jam cam we could see it's a bit slow heading to the vine street expressway better news on four twenty two east as you approach santa toga not much of a delay at the moment and then the other work crew that was out there near oaks on for twenty two east they're gone a little bit of a delay leftover on the turnpike west for several miles as you approach the downingtown exit route one hundred watch out for a delay there that again is construction jersey major roadways well for the most part they really look pretty good so we're going to hit this ninety five problem again it is closed northbound in bucks county approaching business route one all lanes are blocked there's a lot of equipment is probably going to be a while mass transit's all right next update less than ten minutes i'm stevie res and the trumark financial twenty four hour traffic center kyw news time twelve oh three the president is heading back to.
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"Bucks county funeral director has pleaded guilty to stealing about three hundred thousand dollars money that was supposed to be set aside for funeral offenses even forging a death certificate for a woman who is still alive kyw suburban bureau chief jim melwert reports david faust owner of the funeral home in hume ville pleaded guilty to nine charges including theft by deception forgery and tampering with public records bucks county prosecutor mark ferber says fouls took payments ranging from four hundred to fourteen thousand dollars for more than fifty people but then never reported those funds some family she says didn't find out until their family member died did you said no monies available to be able to bury their loved one and it's it's just really mind boggling versus faust forge doctors signatures on certificates andy the desk a woman who was still alive so we could withdraw the money from your account faust also pleaded guilty to collecting more than one hundred thousand dollars in social security disability benefits while still working at the suburban bureau jim melwert kyw newsradio governor wolf has signed an executive order aimed at closing the gender pay gap among state employees kyw harrisburg bureau chief tony romeo has that story governor wolf's executive order will ninety days after signing end the practice of requiring salary history for some of those applying for work in state agencies this traps women in a cycle of being underpaid causing them to disclose previous wages which may have been significantly lower than they should have done it just perpetuates the cycle it also allows employers to hire them at a lower wage than they should have so this executive order aims to fix that problem but the executive order does not apply to tens of thousands of state workers covered by union contract which the governor says currently compel agencies to ask for salary history the governor is also asking for passage of legisla relation to eliminate the gender pay gap.
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"Southbound in bucks county you're jammed between business route one and four thirteen now the good news is the left lane is getting by if you accident scene in the construction zone but the delay isn't going away very quickly so if you wanna get by there and not have to sit in traffic take route one south through woodhaven road east that will get you back to ninety five now keep in mind in the midst of that rwanda's how some delays approaching the shamanic that's just a extra volume heading toward the turnpike now on ninety five southbound want your path that accident you are still seeing delays between common and gerard and then a minor delay around the blue route on the northbound side actually just getting to northbound ninety five it's a problem in delaware four ninety five and accident approaching the ninety five split and then further doors heavy on the girard point bridge and then slow again getting onto the expressway the vine westbound chance from that point all the way across eastbound delays as well on the schuylkill westbound heavy university to the buying slow again boulevard onto contra hawkin and then a minor layout near to oh two eastbound slow between contra hocken and belmont and then delays again city avenue to university on the blue route south heavy broomball to wine actually that continues down past baltimore pike northbound heavy between mcdade and route one in the midst of that an accident on the side there baltimore pike as well on the of ninety on forty two or four twenty two rather your typical delays oaks to trooper in new jersey forty two crawling in from lower landing road up to two ninety five to ninety five temporarily all lanes are blocked at forty two because of an accident they should have that cleared up in a few minutes but we're seeing a backup now forming all the way back to route forty five we're looking good on the bridges mass actually looking at the mealey's furniture jam cap looks like the earlier fog that we had in the ben franklin bridge is lifted mealey's furniture the styles you'll love for less on brian ramona the trumark financial twenty four hour traffic center kyw news time eight thirty four florida.
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"The bucks county motorcycle mechanic she is accused of shooting and killing and she been living with according to investigators the woman tried to pin the murder on her boyfriend who sick key member of a new torius motorcycle gang here's q would it be supercomputer chief sonoma 33yearold jennifer marcy is charged with shooting michael mcknew in the face the 64yearold mcnair was found dead in his watching a grossing home on august eighth boris she had been living with mcknew but according to the charging documents the new told her she was no longer welcome it if she showed up he would defend himself bucks county district attorney matt one trump says investigators recovered deleted x from marcy to look new from the night of the murder get the gun ready coz on permanent already told you that up either tonight guess you're just going to have to shoot may trips us her records that show her phone automatically connecting took news her wifi around the time of the murder according to the affidavit a probable cause orasje also implicated or boyfriend charles cooler with a brief motorcycle club whiterobed would not comment whether or not cool owes part of the investigation endorsed on jim melwert kyw newsradio a man hunt for a killer contain houston phoenix phil here's these danwi police were called to the scene right off of maine street just before ten pm two men had gotten into an argument one one pulled a gun and shot the other dead 20yearold joshua metro was pronounced deceased of an area hospital while the shooter was seen running off leaving the gun behind i witnesses identified him as 21yearold kion carpenter sadly this isn't the first time that the mitchell family has been the victim of gun violence this is the thing that killed at there and now he it vis vis bill all the rally here police say that they are searching for kion carpenter ernie is to be considered armed and dangerous anyone with information about his whereabouts should call nine one one dan wing kyw news radio churches elected officials and community leaders.