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"central queens" Discussed on 710 WOR
"And W O R an I Heart radio station. It's 32 mostly clear it for o'clock. Good morning. I'm Steve Greenfield. The NYPD is released dramatic video from a call in the Bronx Police commissioner German Chase as officers responded to reports of a distressed man with a gun back on the second of the month, explaining responders trying to de escalate the situation for over an hour. Officers could be heard asking the man how they're able to help him saying they just want to talk. But then Bonnie Cam footage shows five rounds of shots being fired. Through an apartment wall before the man said a fire he managed to escape the building through a window. But responding emergency units were able to secure him. There's newly released Corona virus Vaccine data by ZIP code in New York City, Scott Pringle has more hair. De Blasio says Staten Island of Manhattan have the highest vaccination rates. What parts of the Bronx, Central Queens and Brooklyn lag behind. Folks who already have been doing very well in our society also happened to be folks who had a high level of confidence in the vaccine and tremendous of Bility Tioga, get out there and go wherever it took. The Cypress Hills East New York section has just 2% of the adult population. Fully vaccinated City Island in the Bronx leads the way with 25% of city officials are increasing out reaching communities with low rates. Time. Scott Pringle, WR Do Everybody's talking about the latest pair of subway attacks Tuesday morning perpetrated buying two different suspects. A 68 year old woman was punched in the back of her head by a man in his twenties, while of the North found a train platform at one. 25th and ST Nicholas have Knew that a 71 year old Asian woman was punched in the face on the South County train here, 53rd and seventh and then victim believes it was related to her ethnicity. The latter suspect is described as a man in his forties. Last seen wearing a blue jacket, black pants and a black mask. NYPD trained to chief Kathleen O'Reilly as the 644 additional uniformed officers are being put on patrol throughout the transit system, and Amy Cooper the so called Central Park, Karen, who was going on tape falsely accusing a bull. Like a bird watcher of threatening her has had charges against her dropped. Here's Noam Laden Amy Cooper had been facing a year behind bars for a viral moment from last May, when she told a black man in Central Park that she would call the cops on him just because he had asked her to put her dog on a leash. He taped that 911 call African.
"central queens" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Have the highest vaccination rates. What parts of the Bronx and Central Queens and Brooklyn lag behind. Folks who already have been doing very well in our society also happened to be folks who had a high level of confidence in the vaccine and tremendous ability Togut out there and go wherever it took. The Cypress Hills East New York section has just 2% of the adult population, fully vaccinated City Island in the Bronx leads the way with 25% of city officials are increasing out reaching communities with low rates. I'm Scott Pringle, WR. Do you care of subway attacks Tuesday morning perpetrated by two different suspects. A 68 year old woman was punched in the back of her head by a man in his twenties while on the North bound eight train platform at one 25th Street and ST Nicholas Avenue. Then a 71 year old Asian woman punched in the face on a South bound e training, or 53rd and seventh. That victim believes who was related to her ethnicity. The latter suspect is described as a man in his forties. Last seen wearing a blue jacket, black pants and a black mask. NYPD Transit chief Catherine All Riley does head that 6644 additional uniformed officers are being put on patrol throughout the transit system. Amy Coomber, the so called Central Park Karen, who was caught on tape falsely accusing a black bird watcher of threatening her header charges against her dropped. There's no Mladen Amy Cooper had been facing a year behind bars for a viral moment from last May, when she told a black man in Central Park that she would call the cops on him just because he had asked her to put her.
"central queens" Discussed on 710 WOR
"50 degrees and three o'clock and afternoon. I'm Jeff McKinney murder, Blasio says more than 10% of New York City adults have now received at least one vaccine does with the vaccination rate is uneven. Across the city. Mayor De Blasio's says Staten Island of Manhattan have the highest vaccination rates. What parts of the Bronx and Central Queens and Brooklyn lag behind folks who already have been doing very well in our society. Also happened to be folks who had a high level of confidence in the vaccine and tremendous ability Tioga out there and go wherever it took. The Cypress Hills East New York section has just 2% of the adult population fully vaccinated. City Island in the Bronx leads the way with 25% City officials are increasing out reaching communities with low rates. I'm Scott Pringle. WR do the White House today, saying it continues to increase the amount of available vaccine here's press secretary Jen Psaki, increasing the vaccine supply to 13.5 million doses per week. That will go out to states. This is a 57% increase from the amount states received when the president was in, uh, grid. The nation's first FEMA run mass vaccination side has opened in East Los Angeles. Active duty Military from Fort Carson in Colorado are here, giving the shots in their camouflage uniforms. Sergent. First Class Ryan Cates, the U. S military has the A lot of medical professionals. The goal here is 6000 doses given every day or 42,000 every week of this one site. This is being called a game changer in the future of giving vaccine with the power of FEMA behind it. Like Stone. ABC News in East L. A restaurants in New York City's still struggling, A new survey of 400 restaurants by the NYC hospitality Alliance shows 92% of them couldn't afford to pay rent in December. The NYPD says he's going to add 600 cops to subway patrols to help ensure safety as assault some of the murders. Have been increasing. The MPA is asked for 1500 additional officers. The man was arraigned yesterday for a serious of knife attacks in the subway. Two of those were fatal. A 70 year old woman was randomly punched in the Times Square station just today. Charges against the woman known as Central Park, Karen were dropped today she'd been caught on tape accusing a black man of threatening her. Amy Cooper had been facing a year behind bars for a viral moment from last May, when she told a black man in Central Park that she would call the cops on him just because he had asked her to put her dog on a leash. He taped that 911 call African.
"central queens" Discussed on WTOP
"We have been closed for eight months. Why don't we just do something small? We can't do a big show. Let's follow all the rules 6 FT are and this way, the subscribers will have a chance to do something founder Toby Orenstein. Welcomes you back alongside associate producer Mark Minnick. It's a musical celebration of the season featuring songs like Jingle Bells. We Wish you A Merry Christmas Deck the Halls O Holy night. Go tell it on the mountain. He still gets teary eyed at the thought of returning. We got there for our first rehearsal, and I kind of got really emotional because it's been eight months of not knowing and hoping, and we did it. Jason Fraley, deputy of the news Have you heard about the mysterious metallic monolith that suddenly appeared in the Utah desert last week and then Disappeared. Just this suddenly over the weekend with Silver object, which resembled the monolith from Lee 1968 Classic 2001 Space Odyssey is estimated to have been 10 to 12 FT. Tall. The sheriff in San Juan County, Utah, where it was found, says his force does not plan an investigation because it just doesn't have the resource is to spend time or energy trying to unravel the mystery. Hundreds of people came to see the gleaming, almost otherworldly object after got that widespread attention. Hey, the violent weather has stopped here. But on the Eastern shore, it's pretty grim. If you're if you're taking the Bay Bridge across the Bay, East Central Queen Anne's County in northeast Caroline County currently have a tornado warning till 3 45 will have more on that in traffic and weather on the eights, but sports his next 3 14. Welcome to big savings on the Internet Mobile You need to stay connected this holiday season during the expended E. Black Friday sales event. Welcome to Fast, Reliable Internet and Mobile with nationwide five G on the most reliable network..
"central queens" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"C and w abc radio dot com 61 Rain I'm Deborah Valentine, Lars Run Kong come a branch suspended both ways at last report. After a person was struck east of the Brentwood station. Joe Nolan is coming up with traffic in transit shortly. Changin covered 19 restrictions in hot spots Expected from New York's governor Andrew Cuomo. Tomorrow Wednesday will announce changes to the zones and I do anticipate changes to the affected our South Brooklyn and central Queens and some suburban communities, including sections of Rockland County. Harlan Fire ripped through a bike shop on White Plains Road in the Wakefield section of the Bronx last night. Two firefighters suffering minor injuries. A 60 year old man killed in a house fire in East Northport Monday that fire believed to be accidental in nature. New York City, faced with a $12 billion shortfall Monday, announcing that Jackie Ha is New York City's new director of the Office of Management, and we'll have to make some tough time descriptive decisions. We are counting on the cooperation of our federal and state partners to minimize such disruption, Jihei says due to shore falls, there will be those disruptions, but he stopped short of saying layoffs. W ABC News Time. NATO for traffic, sports and weather. Next decision 2020 is coming is Donald Trump or Joe Biden and talk Radio? 77 WNBC has you covered?.
"central queens" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Covert 19 hot spots in central Queens. New York City officials say residents there could have locked down restrictions loosen later this week as infection rates have declined their mayor, Bill de Blasio, everyone wants to get out of the restrictions as quickly as possible. It does take hard work. We learned that back in March and April, but it can be done. We've learned that as well. So to everyone in those red and orange zones continue to dig deeper. We need to have people wearing those mass practicing social distancing all of the basics and we want to keep this period of restriction is limited as possible. New Jersey's daily cases of current virus have doubled in numbers since the last month. State is reporting more than 1000 cases daily. Meanwhile, Governor Phil Murphy says he's proud of the number of early voters in his state just about 1.75. Million balance. It's even up since they did. The slide this morning have already been returned to county clerks offices across the state. As a point of reference. There were nearly 3.9 Million votes cast in total in New Jersey in 2016, Murphy says that's already at 45% from 2016 slow but steady re opening of New York state, including New York City has helped the state's residents get backto work. Governor Andrew Cuomo says New York's unemployment numbers are dropping it, Wass. 16% is high 16% during the pandemic, it's now down to 9.7%. It comes as New York City's government, the largest employer in the city, is said to be developing a plan to bring back 25% of its workers toe offices. By the end of the year. Most city workers have continued. To work remotely since the current virus pandemic struck in March. The commission on Presidential Debates announced its changes for the final debate on Thursday. Instead of a mute button to help stop the constant interruptions that Americans witnessed at the last debate, there will be a muted microphone for the first two minute answer. In the following discussion. Both mikes will be on by the way you can hear that debate live right here on Bloomberg, Starting at 8 30 PM Wall Street time President Trump's Lam, Dr Anthony found calling him a disaster..
De Blasio: COVID Cases in New York City Hot Spots Leveling Off
"Stop a second wave. Right now. The numbers suggest we are stopping a second wave. All we have to remain vigilant and this next week or two will be crucial. The mayor also says there is a notable progress in central Queens and tinted. It's possible to see some kind of restrictions lifted there later this week. De Blasio says more people need to get tested in the red zones, especially in Brooklyn. I'm Kristen Marks for 77 W. ABC News jersey, allowing restaurants to extend permitted use of liquor licenses for outdoor dining through this coming
"central queens" Discussed on 710 WOR
"The voice ofthe New York 7 10 W. O R and I aren't radio stations and we got 63 degrees at five o'clock that afternoon. I'm Jeff McKinney. Merida Blasio is hitting. It may be awhile before tight Corona virus restrictions air lifted in the city's hot spots, The mayor says there's another week or two of work overall in red and orange zones in Brooklyn and Queens, still not clear on when restrictions might be lifted, But the mayor did hint It could be real soon in central Queens, where, he says there's been notable progress. It is possible that we could see some action later on this week. Now the blouse it was confident in the overall direction of the city at a time where coronavirus cases air spiking nationwide. We can stop the second wave right now. The numbers suggest we are stopping a second wave. What we have to remain vigilant. I'm Scott Pringle. W argues, and governor Cuomo says he'll have updated guidance on the red zones by Wednesday, with the initial 14 Day period set to end here mid week, Governor Cuomo says the state is watching both testing data and how well people are following the rules. If we know certain activities are going to be curtailed Which we believe have been significant generators, then weaken do even more. So that means making sure religious services and other mass gatherings aren't happening in the red zones of Brooklyn, Queens, Rockland and Orange as discreet areas get better. You can rewrite the size of the zones. James Flippen w. O. R News. New Jersey is extending outdoor liquor licenses through the end of March. Governor Murphy says Being able to serve alcohol outdoors has been a restaurant lifesaver for many Our residents. Having the ability to serve liquor to their customers beyond their normal premises has been meaningful. Some cases lifesaving for them and help them survive during these challenging times. President Trump today laying it all on the table when it comes to Anthony Fauci found, she told 60 minutes at the White House had tried to muzzle him today. Trump attacked Fauci during a conference call with campaign staffers. If I listened to him, we have 500,000.
"central queens" Discussed on 710 WOR
"We've got 61 degrees at 12 noon. Good afternoon. I'm Jeff McKinney married, Blasio says the leveling off in the city's red zones continues. But he says the remains work to be done before restrictions were lifted. And he says the central focus is preventing a second wave. Right now. The numbers suggest we are stopping a second wave. All We have to remain vigilant and this next week or two will be crucial to make sure we consolidate our progress. Blasio says. One red zone, the one in central Queens has shown great progress, He says. The overall seven day rolling average infection rate for the city is 1.62% governor, Cuomo was prepared to view the arrival of a vaccine or vaccines with a good measure of skepticism when there is a vaccine, New York governor Andrew Cuomo said the state will have to administer tens of millions of doses and convince people its safety. Jake. It's going to be a very skeptical American public about taking the vaccine, and it should be. This state will review whatever vaccine the feds approved, But I believe all of course, the country you're going to need Someone other than this FDA and this CDC saying it's safe those agencies, Cuomo told ABC News in the current administration have lost credibility. Aaron Carter Ski, ABC News, New York and governor Cuomo says We're in a tricky period right now, but it's going to be a precarious fall. Of course, the country there's no doubt about that. You put the viral increase of the fall. Together with his porter called Cold would fatigue and that's a bad combination and that pandemic precariousness extends to much of the globe. For instance, Wales has opted for drastic action as a second wave takes hold there. With the infection numbers shooting up whales is going for a short, sharp national locked down beginning this Friday evening. Whales. First Minister Mark Draper of period will end on the ninth of November on We will see the advantages it will bring to us in the impact it will have beyond the firebreak period itself. Under the plan, people will be told to stay at home while pubs, restaurants and non essential shops was shot. Gathering's indoors and outdoors with people not in your household will be bad. Tom Rivers ABC NEWS London Some breakfast time Violence in the Bronx this morning has left a woman dead. Two men wounded. They were shot around 7:30 A.m. in a restaurant on Jerome Avenue in the university Heights section. No arrests and the men are expected to recover. President Trump today rallying supporters in Arizona as his campaign begins to worry. About a critical battleground state he won four years ago. President Trump's campaign continues to implement belt tightening measures, including cutting back on TV spending in critical battleground states. With just 15 days until Election Day, sources tell ABC The Trump campaign is increasingly worried that the president's chances of winning North Carolina have all but evaporated. That's a state team trump heavily invested in and views as essential for the president's path to victory. Sources say it was viewed as quote super safe as recently as just a few weeks ago. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS Washington and we check out the weather forecast. Next. Continue.
"central queens" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Action over closures. 55 partly sunny. I'm Deborah down one time now What's trending on 77 W A. B, c and w abc radio dot com. Go to things real of American. The Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn, headed to court over Copan 19 closures and hot spots of South Brooklyn and central Queens, which limit religious gatherings. Well, Tony, who is president of the Catholic League, he was with Bernie and said, Right here on 77 W A. B. C this morning, Momo and de Blasio continue with their overreach. Not only would that be slapped down by the court, I'm going to speak to mobilize Catholics. Catholics need to get in the street ago. Tothis seeking an injunction the Catholic diocese says sued, climbing a violation of First Amendment rights. Court hearing plan today between New York City in New York City public teachers that after the city stopped a $900 million payment due to public teachers and at least 88 hurt in a high rise fire in South Korea. W ABC News Time. 8 37 that stop for Joe No. One with traffic in Transit west on Howie Coming South down 96 Street. Don't forget about that big old dip in the roadway that's causing issues. Seven state he's found on Broadway exit 30 an accident on the shoulder If you're on the northern state, you've had some delays coming inbound, but it looks like that starting these out. New York State Thruway at 14 B Right lane collision 78 on the westbound side. It exit 20, a collision that also being cleared a transit authority delays on the six and on the F Alternate side again. Today is an effect. I'm Joe Nolan. The traffic talk radio 77 w A B C Your forecast from the Ramsey Monster Weather Center calling for sunshine today are high is six dates overnight. No 58 a sunny weekend highs in the low to mid seven days..
"central queens" Discussed on CATS Roundtable
"Number 30 30. Good morning, New York. This is the cats Roundtable trunk as in Sunday morning. Well what's going on with trying to open up New York City not easy the restaurant Industries in deep doo-doo the hotel industry the theater industry off or does this morning is Tom Greg. He is the president and CEO of the Queen's Chamber of Commerce and he'll give us an update. What's going on the morning Tom Sunday morning. How do you feeling yep? Morning, John. I'm feeling great ready for the big battle ahead of us. Thanks so much for having me. What's going on? I mean, we we haven't been able to open up our city yet and give us a report. So John is a couple of things at work that I want to share with you and your listeners that are really really important. Number one. My hat is off to the governor for not only bending the curve but flattening and I think that our has to be off to all of New York, but right now the 25% opening which occurred on September 30th is just not enough you ask every single businessman out there. They need to be seventy-five or a hundred. The Queens chamber of commerce has been agitating for 50% by by late October and one hundred percent by Thanksgiving. It's really important. The other thing that's really really outstanding and driving. Everybody crazy is a lack of inertia in Washington. There's a restaurant act out there that's valued about a hundred and twenty billion dollars to fund restaurants throughout the entire us remarkably this past month. Treasury secretary mnuchin announced that this $380 billion dollars still left over in reserve from one of the first two phases of the aid packages. What we're asking for is take a hundred and twenty of that 300 and help our restaurants because if we don't help them now and we're not allowed to reopen there won't be much to get back to in the next couple of months. That is horrible. That is horrible. And you know, I'm back in the city, you know, our office is open because but we're taking a lot of precautions. Everybody has to have their temperature taken. Everybody should have a mandatory tests. We started with every week now it's every two weeks and we have probably the safest officer in the city. What can we do what can New Yorkers say you is there's I understand from my medical professionals as a faster test coming where people can clear that. They they don't have the virus and maybe in 15-20 minutes log. Without a doubt John that the safety factor is huge. We're advocating the Queens chamber all the other Chambers the New York City Hospitality Alliance about you know, be safe right? Make sure you have a mask on a social distance these Pockets that have come up over the last couple of days in certain parts of central queens and Brooklyn are awful In The Same Spirit of nine-eleven where we had a c something in say something. I'm waiting for all New Yorkers to report those in violation. We've been in a bunker for six months for a few selfish people to go out there and have parties and have events is understand myself about that. Do the part about employment picture is New York State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli announced on on Thursday October 1st, a wide-ranging report dollars and cents of restaurants and the situation important to note this about 250,000 restaurant employees in the five boroughs of New York City. And here's a very interesting stat to we're very proud of the diversity of Queens County and faith. All of New York but 44% of those out there by race and ethnicity ethnicity are Hispanic twenty percent are Asian and 13% are African American or or black and so the black and the brown people and and those from Asia are the ones that are most impacted by this. So it's all the more important to go out there and advocate for this restaurant act. The Queen's Congressional Delegation led by Greg Meeks Tom suozzi Grace mang, and so on had done a fantastic job. We're urging them in a bipartisan way to get this restaurant Act passed and passed now with this coming week. I agree with you a hundred and 10% You know, I'm trying to try to be a Creator in life in create Solutions. I mean we're looking at possibly buying one of those machines that gives you a result in 15-20 minutes or a half hour, but because we don't allow anybody from the outside world come to our office, but if we had an early birth If we had one of those machines and I heard it's like sixty thousand dollars, which we wanted to spend and get a result in 20 minutes. Like the White House has long maybe create a green room where people go in there tested you wait for the results and then you're allowed to come into the office. I mean, there's gotta be Solutions out there. What do you think? There are a number of solutions matter fact, we have a number of members that have come to us over the last couple of months offering their products and services. One of them is called atmosair Atmos atmosphere. They have a device that goes with the HV HV AC system itself, and that kills up to 99.98% or some very high stat of all the covid-19 company out there called soda wage Technologies s o t e r. They're based out in Long Island. Then they've got a device that does not only temperature but all kinds of different body body numbers and information that kind of can detect whether or not dead. You have it and also allows you to go in the in an area within a couple hours all days that shows you've been certified kind of like a nap thing. So the solutions out there and again everybody we represent in the in restaurant Potala T industry and Retail and the hospitality Hotel industry is willing to ready willing and able to do whatever it takes two thousand rooms. I get one of those machines and clear people before they check into my hotel athlete and when they're in the general vicinity of the hotel right within a few blocks or whatever the parameters are. I don't have all the signs down pat the device puts a nap in your hands on your cellphone that can tell a restaurant up the black. Oh that Tom and John checked into a hotel and they were able to have this take care of their senses and they are free and clear the dog out and about in a safe protected manner Tom, correct? Thank you so much for all the information and thank you for watching do for all New York City York City and and Merchants devil catch up. Thanks so much. Happy belated birthday and my best of your entire family and all your staff. Thanks a million for what you do. This is the cats Round Table will be right back..
"central queens" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Skies. I'm Deborah down one time now What's trending on 77 W A. B C and wnbc radio dot com 10 neighborhoods now added to that list of areas with more than 3% Cove in 19 positivity rates in New York City. The new area at it is Fresh meadows, Hillcrest, these clusters in southern Brooklyn, Williamsburg, Central Queens, and Far Rockaway. An innocent bystander a 52 year old woman expected to survive after being struck by gunfire and East 224th Street and the Wakefield section yesterday afternoon, gunmen at large and A fatal accident investigation in downtown Newark, New Jersey, following an early morning crash. W ABC News Times 6 36. And that's time for Joe Nolan with traffic in transit. 21 downtown Newark very close to Prudential Center between Lafayette and Edison Place. There's an accident investigation that will continue its right there by Penn Station Setonhall law So again, he had all kinds of problems right in the heart of downtown Newark, Jersey. Turnpike South panics at 17, a vehicle fire that continues digging south bound at Van Courtland Park. Delays begin their all the way to the George Washington Bridge. That's partially because of the rubber necking on the eastbound side of the cross, Bronx getting over to Jerome Avenue. That bad accident Still there. Still in the process of being cleared westbound. You're backed up to the Bruckner interchange on the westbound side. Alternate route would be coming down the Bruckner go up the Deegan and alternate side of the street parking rules again today or in effect. I'm Joe Nolan with traffic Talk radio 77 w A B C your forecasts from the Ramsey Mazda Weather Center calling for sunshine today are high 73 We have a 30% chance of showers overnight below 57 right now. 61 clear skies from the 77 W ABC News desk. I'm Deborah Bell in time. Next update at seven o'clock streaming at home on your smart speakers Just say play 77. W. ABC futures up 231 points..
"central queens" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Asking the military to abandon President, Nicolas Maduro and allow tons of aid to flow into Venezuela from neighboring countries the US has warned that it is prepared for anything should the military block the aid NPR news got Gattaca in Chicago police say empire, actor jussie smollet is now considered a suspect for filing a false. Police report is attorneys met today with prosecutors and detectives the African American actor who's gay told police in late January he was attacked and beaten by two masked men who use racial, and homophobic insults and put a noose around his neck police official says small lettuce suspected of lying. About being the victim of a hate crime. A new report from the southern poverty Law Center, finds a number of active hate groups has reached a record high with a surge in one particular category, white nationalist, Heidi by Rick keeps track of the group's for the s p l c and says the rise is closely linked to the current administration's embrace of policies considered anti-immigrant this time period dovetails with Trump's campaign, and then his presidency a period that has seen a thirty percent increase in the number of these groups stocks finished modestly higher on Wall Street. You're listening to NPR news. And this is WNYC in New York. I'm David I friends family members and thousands of police officers attended the funeral of NYPD detective Brian Simonson this morning. The forty two year old was fatally shot last week while responding to an armed robbery in queens. Among those who spoke at the funeral with Simon since cousin in Suffolk County. Police officer Sean Peterson Peterson says he wants his cousin to be remembered for his strength. And positively Brian you live your life to the fullest impacted all of met you tremendously. With a better for having. No you on. Brian celebrate his life. Join follows leave. Brian Simonson spent his nineteen year career at the NYPD's one hundred second precinct and central queens. Police Commissioner James O'Neill posthumously promoted Simonsen to detective first grade the driver of a school bus carrying students had to be revived with a narcotic overdose. Drug after crashing into which we in Newark this afternoon. A spokesman for the Newark police department says eleven children aged five to thirteen were on board the bus when it happened. No one was injured. Police say the driver was arrested after she was treated on the scene with nor can it was a close. Call today for New York City transit advocates. Who raced a city bus on foot advocates walked at. Yes. Walked at a quick pace to try and beat the notorious m fourteen boss and draw attention to the city's struggling transit system. Tom devito is a member of the group transportation alternatives. The m.
"central queens" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"In uniform Simonson and has sergeant Matt Gorman were in plain clothes, the two detectives and the uniform personnel arrive approximately the same time at about six twelve pm to employee's were also in the store in the back office. The perpetrator comes from the back of the location. In that office, and he presents himself with the firearm pointed a direction, you officers suspect now identified as Christopher ransom charges the officers, according to Moloney, the three cops in the store retreat back outside the eight officers split up on either side of the front door from the time. The police arrived at the store up to this moment. Only about forty seconds have passed shots were fired. We have a total of seven members of the service who discharge a total of forty two rounds during his incident. Maloney says there was no mistaking who was who the shots happened quickly over eleven seconds. In the end, the suspect was shot, he's recovering and under arrest. His gun turned out to be fake sergeant Gorman the other plainclothes officer was shot in the leg in his also recovering Simonsen was shot once in the chest and died he wasn't wearing a protective vest as is department protocol, even for officers in plainclothes chief of department. Terrence Monahan says the entire NYPD feels the anguish of losing an officer. But especially in central queens. It wasn't just the cops that new Brian. Well, it was a community the store owners to build Knowle's the superintendents. Everyone knew Brian. Everyone knew Brian was the cop that you reached out to if there was a problem that needed to be handled. Brian Simonson served nineteen years on the NYPD all of them in the one, oh, two Yasmeen Khan WNYC news more than four hundred thousand immigrants are in limbo wondering if they're temporary protected status will expire or congress or final court decision. Will let them stay. We've been following one such family dealing with this uncertainty. You may recall what twelve year old Madison Contreras told us last year about the possibility of her dad key del being deported to Honduras. I realized that nothing.
"central queens" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"On WNYC. It's morning edition on WNYC. I'm Richard Hake. There's a lot of hurt going on in the one oh two. That's the message from the NYPD following the death of detective Brian Simonson. He was shot by fellow officers while responding to an attempted armed robbery in the one hundred second precinct in Richmond, hill, queens, WNYC's Jassem. Con has more details on what unfolded Tuesday night. Police officials say they're still reviewing surveillance and body camera footage to piece together exactly what happened at a t mobile cell. Phone store that left. Brian Simonson a veteran detective dead from a shot fired by a fellow officer. But let me just bring up to speed where we are this point the investigation yesterday deputy chief Kevin Maloney says eight officers responded to a nine one one call of an armed robbery at the store six were in uniform Simonson and his sergeant Matt Gorman were in plain clothes detectives and the uniform personnel arrive approximately the same time at about six twelve pm to employees were also in the store in the back office. The perpetrator comes from the back of the location that office, and he presents himself with the firearm pointed direction, you officers suspect now identified as Christopher ransom charges the officers, according to Moloney, the three cops in the store retreat back outside the eight officers split up on either side of the front door from the time. The police arrived at the store to this moment. Only about forty seconds have passed shots were fired. We have a total of seven members of the service who discharge a total of forty two rounds during this incident. Maloney says there was no mistaking who was who the shots happened quickly over eleven seconds. In the end, the suspect was shot, he's recovering and under arrest. His gun turned out to be fake sergeant Gorman the other plainclothes officer was shot in the leg and has also recovering Simonsen was shot. Once in the chest and died he wasn't wearing a protective vest as is department protocol, even for officers in plainclothes chief of department. Terrence Monahan says the entire NYPD feels the anguish of losing an officer. But especially in central queens. It wasn't just a cops that new Brian. Well, it was a community store owners the build known as the superintendents. Everyone knew Brian. Everyone knew Brian was the cop that you reached out to if there was a problem that needed to be handled. Brian Simonson served nineteen years on the NYPD all of them in the one to. Yes. Mingkang WNYC news more than four hundred thousand immigrants are in limbo. Wondering. If there temporary protected status will expire or of congress or a final court decision will let them stay. We've been following one such family dealing with the uncertainty. You may recall what twelve year old Madison contraire us told us last year about the possibility of her dad Goodell being deported to Honduras. I realize that nothing is forever. Know, not even family for now, the families intact and savoring every moment together. WNYC's Matt Katz checked him with them. You wife Meribel has the.
"central queens" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
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"central queens" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Race that is still undecided in the 30th city council district in queens incumbent democrat elizabeth crowley is currently trailing robert holden who ran on the republican line what are you know so that district is in central queens and includes neighborhoods like bridge would and most notably mass path robert holden is actually a registered democrat who ran on the gop line after he lost to crowley in the september primary the kern results still show her trailing him by about one hundred thirty three votes it's a small margin but it's also a lot to close with just those extra paper ballots from apps and tnf david my colleague jenny ye men to the results in that district along with the results of the new york city's mayor trace as you might expect parts of the district coal milk malia takase did the best suited holden and you said at the top most notably mass birth y what happened there so there was some controversy over the seas plans to use a hotel to house homeless people there robert holden as the head of the juniper park civic association and he was both an outspoken critic and a protest leader that sought to block the city from using that site okay what if we lose is is that a big deal for thecouncil it is a pretty big deal she served in the council for two terms she was chair of the committee on fire and criminal justice and head some real institutional knowledge about those agencies and their functions she was also close to the unions that represented those workers and if she loses it further throws off the credible gender imbalance in the city council and it's not going to change the.
"central queens" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
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