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Philadelphia Museum Back Open

KYW 24 Hour News

01:06 min | 2 weeks ago

Philadelphia Museum Back Open

"W Charlotte Reese. Reports you Canal Visit the Philadelphia Museum of Art. As long as you follow the new rules of the road, people we spoke to didn't mind a facemask temperature check or social distancing as long as it meant a new activity. Julie Snyder King with her mom and sister, So I live in Philly, but I've never actually been to the art museum. And then they're visiting for the holiday weekend. And since this little first weekends free open, we thought We finally get it in Regan, Carson Sin and Alex Park are visiting from out of town. We're in Philadelphia from Minneapolis. Hey, celebrating his 40th birthday. Yes. So we just we needed to get away in covert times. That's a little bit difficult. But, thankfully, Philadelphia's one of the places that Minnesotans were allowed to travel to Park says they could do without the typical beach trip. But we'd like the cities everywhere. We've traveled being cities. I'm from London. So I love that walking around the parks. You know, the coach of the couple says they explored City Hall and old City and are looking forward to some breweries back at the art museum. You have to use the Kelly drive entrance when visiting on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. Charlotte Reese. Why W NewsRadio Firefighters out

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Service robots may help COVID-19 impacted hotels recover

KYW 24 Hour News

00:52 sec | Last month

Service robots may help COVID-19 impacted hotels recover

"Virus has fundamentally changed some aspects of the hotel industry. And as K Y W. Charlotte, Reese explains, some players in the industry are embracing the change and turning to technology. I think people are changing their mind set in terms of the safety and sanitation of things. Dr. Lindsay Lee, a tourism and hospitality professor at Temple University, says a couple companies are trying to roll out UV robots don't go into hotel rooms and kind of Star Wars laser beam everything, Lee says. The cleaning robots will still need technicians and maintenance crews. Of course, things like We'll check in or no longer media actual key to be able to go into your room so everything could be done through your phone. So it kind of puts a damper on some of the frontline jobs within the hotel industry, Lee says. There's also new job postings. For

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Family of woman killed in West Philadelphia hit-and-run want answers

KYW 24 Hour News

01:03 min | Last month

Family of woman killed in West Philadelphia hit-and-run want answers

"The family of a 25 year old woman who was killed In a hit and run incident on Friday night in West Philadelphia, speaking out and they're looking for answers as we're from KOW Charlotte Reese. The area is known for speeding 25 year old Avante. Reynolds leaves behind a two month old son and a family who loves her hurt. We want Justice Ernest Brown Reynolds. Uncle spoke to NBC 10 because her father was too heartbroken. If a body know anything they should let us no. Let authority. No. What's going on any cameras and I was there. Reynolds was hit by two vehicles around 8 15 Friday night at the Cops Creek Parkway near Catherine Street. Police say the driver of the first car fled, but the second driver stayed on the scene. Police haven't confirmed speeding was a factor in the accident. But West Philly neighbors say speeding is common. We've been trying to get stop signs around here. Long as I lived here, 60 of street 61st 62nd. But to no avail. Because we're still having his fatal accident. Anyone with information should call the police

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Family of 25-Year-Old Philadelphia Mom Killed in Hit-And-Run: ‘We Want Justice'

KYW 24 Hour News

01:01 min | Last month

Family of 25-Year-Old Philadelphia Mom Killed in Hit-And-Run: ‘We Want Justice'

"With information. Here's K Y W. Charlotte Reese. Police say two cars were involved in the hit and run that killed 25 year old Avante Reynolds but didn't say speeding was a factor. Neighbors tell NBC 10 they beg to differ. Speeding all the time is never really enforced. 25 miles, drivers never enforced. They just They do what they want to do out here. The crash happened near the Cops Creek Parkway in Catherine Street. Police say two car struck Reynolds. The first driver fled the scene, but the second driver waited for police to arrive and they got it. Whoever hit her just need Attorney Self. Ernest Brown Reynolds. Uncle says her family wants justice. Yeah, she got a head on his shoulders. She'd never been in no trouble. She had family did lover Reynolds leaves behind a two month old son. Anyone with information should contact the police Charlotte Rescate Y w news radio. Six alarms get hundreds on the scene that's

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Philadelphia violence: 2 dead, others injured at Sunday gathering

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01:08 min | Last month

Philadelphia violence: 2 dead, others injured at Sunday gathering

"Saturday night in the city of Philadelphia. It ended up with 11 people being shot, two of them fatally, along with three other people being stabbed. Now. One of those shootings happened at a block port party in north Philadelphia, where police were responding to a large gathering. Hey, what abuse Charlotte Reese tells us that some of the people in that crowd fired back at the officers, but no officers were injured. At least five people were shot Saturday night, including a 16 16 year year old old police police commissioner, commissioner, Danielle Danielle Outlaw Outlaw says says the the oldest oldest victim victim is is 26. 26. There There were were about about 200 200 kids kids for for young young people people here here in in the the intersection intersection standing behind US Police are trying to figure out what exactly happened around 10th and Brown streets. That law says Around 11 30 officers heard a loud loud boom boom up up the the street street while while at at the the same same time time gunshots gunshots were were fired fired around around the the corner. corner. She She says. says. Cops Cops were were already already nearby. nearby. When When the the chaos chaos erupted. erupted. There There was was supposed supposed to to be be a gathering of some sort, which is why we had officers in the area, but we believe that this um this room Of young people were displaced from that event that didn't happen or did or did not happen. Anyone with information about the shooting should contact police Charlotte

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"charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

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01:50 min | Last month

"charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Bed. I'm Charlotte Reese with tips on how to stop doom scrolling that's coming up right after traffic and weather on the twos and we start we'll sponsor almost forgot, sponsored by Gary Barbara's held over a month and event. Now we start with Stevie Reese. Hey, Stevie. Hey, Moran. And traffic is a really slow right now on this Kugel Expressway both directions. Westbound. We've got work going on making things really heavy Approaching university. All the way into under South Street or us are under 30 of streets. A path South Street. This is really heavy. Only one lane gets by and then eastbound traffic is backed up from the blue room for 76 into the approach of the Gladwin on ramp right lane has blocked there. Things are looking alright. On most of 95 There's one spot North bound traffic is jammed up. It's crossing the Gerard Point Bridge. As you head toward broad street. You could take the plat Bridge and miss that completely mind. Should expressway westbound. You got a little bit of a delay there, but nothing too serious going on just some volume, and we've got no problems to report on the Pennsylvania Turnpike East and westbound Northeast extension, looking fine for 22 little heavy near Santa Toga. And that's all because of construction. And then in Delaware, there's been an accident on 95 South bound just south of 1 41 Traffic looks like it is starting to get a bit better in the area, but especially for anybody coming off of the Delaware Memorial Bridge. Going into Delaware. Traffic is jammed up their major New jersey Rose. We really don't see any serious problems at the moment and mass transit things. They're looking pretty good held over Gary Barbara's month and tent event, 1000 vehicles, one location, fast, fair financing. Zero down today, FBI. Okay, get the low down on the No. Down zero down. You're driving around Philly town is Barbara's on the Boulevard, The best boy against in the K Y w 24 hour traffic Center. I'm Stevie Reese. Thanks. Davey. The NBC 11th learned forecast. Nice day today, son, Avery warm, muggy, late night and night time. Strong thunderstorms are likely We'll have a high today of 89. Things go.

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7-Year-Old Boy Struck by Stray Bullet in Philadelphia Fighting for His Life

KYW 24 Hour News

00:59 min | Last month

7-Year-Old Boy Struck by Stray Bullet in Philadelphia Fighting for His Life

"Family spokesperson for Zim are. Jones confirms a seven year old boy caught in the crossfire of the shootout in west Philadelphia is now fighting for his life. Cable W. Charlotte Reese has the latest, A stray bullet struck a seven year old while he was playing on a porch Saturday evening. Councilman Curtis Jones Jr. Who represents West Philly thought of his own family when he heard the news. I have grandkids. That boy's age. And if you're not safe on your own ports, Where are you safe, police say the driver of a silver Silverado drove down the 200 block of Simpson Street around 7 30 started firing into a group standing outside. Two men returned gunfire, and that's when the boy was struck in the head Commissioner Danielle Outlaw says she's still learning about the city. This is a neighborhood that's been plagued by violence and has been feeling like they've been under siege for quite some time here. The driver of the Silverado is in custody. Police are looking for the other. Two shooters. Charlotte RISKY Y W News

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Arrest made after boy, 7, shot in head in West Philadelphia, police say

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01:00 min | Last month

Arrest made after boy, 7, shot in head in West Philadelphia, police say

"He was caught in the crossfire of a shootout West Philadelphia on Saturday night. Now one person is in custody. The Philadelphia police are still looking for two others. We give Mohr from KOW Charlotte Reese. One person is in custody after gunfire erupted between multiple people on the 200 block of Simpson Street Saturday evening. Police say at least 16 shots were fired. One sadly hit a seven year old boy playing on a porch a child who's one of the most vulnerable. Individuals in our community community and and our our population population playing playing innocently innocently with with a a toy. toy. You You know, know, it it takes takes a a lot lot out out of of you. you. Commissioner Commissioner Danielle Danielle Outlaw Outlaw says says the the boy boy was was struck struck in in the the head head and and rushed rushed to to the hospital outlaw recognize that parts of west Philadelphia are plagued with violence. I'm learning the different neighborhoods but learning history. Around different blocks in different parts of the city. At least two people were killed Saturday from gun violence in north Philadelphia, a man in his twenties and a 34 year old Charlotte, risque Y W News radio may want to think twice about walking in

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"charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:45 min | Last month

"charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The Sixers fell to the Indiana Pacers. The fliers were back on the ice this afternoon, Right now, overcast 82. Here in center City, heading to 93. Good morning of John Austin Kovach. Our top story at 9 31 Police is searching for more people involved in a shootout Saturday in West Philadelphia. As K Y. W's Charlotte, Reese reports a seven year old Was hit and remains in grave condition. One person is in custody after gunfire erupted between multiple people on the 200 block of Simpson Street Saturday evening. Police say At least 16 shots were fired. One sadly hit a seven year old boy playing on a porch, a child. Who's one of the most vulnerable individuals in our community and our population playing innocently with a toy. You know, it takes a lot out of you. Commissioner Danielle Outlaw says the boy was struck in the head and rushed to the hospital. Outlaw recognized that parts of West Philadelphia are plagued with violence. I'm learning the different neighborhoods but learning history. Around different blocks in different parts of the city. At least two people were killed Saturday from gun violence in North Philadelphia, a man in his twenties and a 34 year old Charlotte, risque Y W News radio governor Wolf praises volunteer First responders who are often last in line that's coming up on K Y W news radio right now, though traffic and weather on this Tuesday Traffic. Malcolm Point extra the third. Hey there, John. Good morning, Teo. But I'm not going on on the Jersey side, all the short traffic. If anybody has taken their time heading down on the A C expressway at the Garden State Parkway, Black Horse Pike all running a good speed's not seeing any delays. Thankfully, no construction to get in your way and closer to the bridge is taking a look at the 42 Freeway 55 to 95 are all clear. We did have a construction pattern on to 95 south right around Mount Holly Rowe. But that s since cleared But that wasn't really causing a big problem between 1 30 Mount Holly that cleared up about an hour ago. Testing any delays on the bridges E for heading over to P. Ay. Now just watch for a bit of construction on the westbound Scougall expressway between University and 6 76 that you are forced off onto university. That is a full closure. But should we open about six o'clock tomorrow morning, but we'll let you know. If anything, changes, they're not see any delays on 95 either way around Delaware County, looking good around the airport as well as in Bucks County and then on up 6 11 If you're heading up broad street all the way. No reported to laze around Temple all the way up to Doylestown. Indicate what w 24 hour traffic center I'm Malcolm point after the third time now for a check of weather the five day a lot of it wet from NBC 11th alert meteorologist Michelle Grossman. Well, it's been a rough morning for parts of Berks County, North Hanson County,.

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Two dead in domestic homicide in Cheltenham near Philadelphia

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00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Two dead in domestic homicide in Cheltenham near Philadelphia

"In Shelton Ham. Person of interest is in police custody as we hear from Cabo W's Charlotte Reese. Police focused most of their investigation inside the home where two people were shot and killed. It happened Saturday afternoon on Green Valley Road in Shelton Ham. A person of interest was taken into custody. Police believe the incidents stemmed from a domestic dispute. Craig Brown tells NBC 10 He was shocked to hear the news, he says they were always quiet and polite Neighbors on we just say hi, How you doing? What's going on? That's pretty much it. Brown, who lived in the neighborhood for more than 30 years, says it was odd to see a crime scene on his street that people have

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Two found dead in home in domestic dispute near Philadelphia

KYW 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

Two found dead in home in domestic dispute near Philadelphia

"A domestic dispute in Shelton Ham as we hear from KOW Charlotte Reese. A person of interest is in police custody. Police focused most of their investigation inside the home where two people were shot and killed. It happened Saturday Saturday afternoon afternoon on on Green Green Valley Valley Road Road and and Shelton Shelton Ham, Ham, a a person person of of interest interest was was taken taken into into custody. custody. Police Police believe believe the the incidents incidents stemmed stemmed from from a a domestic domestic dispute. dispute. Craig Craig Brown Brown tells NBC 10 He was shocked to hear the news, he says they were always quiet and polite Neighbors on we just say hi, How you doing? What's going on? That's pretty much. Brown, who lived in the neighborhood for more than 30 years, says it was odd to see a crime scene on his street that people have only been living there for four years. Charlotte Race K

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"charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:53 min | 2 months ago

"charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Hammas K. Y W. Charlotte, Reese reports. A person of interest is in custody. Police focus most of their investigation inside the home where two people were shot and killed. It happened Saturday afternoon on Green Valley Road in Shelton Ham, a person of interest was taken into custody. Police believe the incidents stemmed from a domestic dispute. Craig Brown tells NBC 10 he was shocked to hear the news, he says they were always quiet and polite Neighbors on we just say hi, how you doing what's going on? And that's pretty much it. Brown, who lived in the neighborhood for more than 30 years, says it was odd to see a crime scene on his street. People have only been living there for four years. Charlotte Reese KOW news radio Dr Anthony Valachi is set to be on Capitol Hill again this week. That's coming up, but first at 10 02 check traffic and weather on the twos and we start with a look at the roadways. Check in with Brian Ramona. Good morning that things they're pretty quiet on the major highway stirred Philadelphia Right now We're looking at the Scougall Expressway, and we see the closure continuing westbound between university and the buying Street Expressway. We are heading through town. You want to avoid westbound 76 you want take 95 north to 6 76 West. Once you're the end of the Vine Street Expressway, you'll see a little late getting onto the Scougall. That's just because of the clothes. The merge from two lanes down the one little slow on the boulevard north bound around Broad street, that construction zone there. We're also looking at some delays at the bin Salem Interchange of the Pennsylvania Turnpike. There doing a lot of construction, some reconfiguration so you will see some delays here and they're trying to get on or off. At that point, bridges air looking good if you are in New Jersey, not seeing any major problems, little roadwork on 6 76 in Camden, but it's off on the shoulder, not causing too much of a problem. At this point. Now transit is on or close to schedule. Now, If you see a traffic issue,.

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"charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:48 min | 2 months ago

"charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Local radio, 10 60. You've never needed us. More temperatures across the region are climbing to extreme highs, and that's cause for concern. I'm Charlotte Reese. 19 cases continue to surge across the country, as do the number of deaths. Shelter invoices liking pet owners in crises with temporary foster pet parents on Kimberly Adams. The Phillies will host the Baltimore Orioles and exhibition play in 605 down in South Philadelphia. It's currently mostly sunny, 94 degrees. It's only going to drop down to 80 later on tonight. Good Sunday afternoon. I'm J. Scott Smith and our top story, A five o'clock finds the Philadelphia area deep in the grips of a brutal heat wave. It's currently 95 degrees here in center city. What it feels like. It's in the triple digits now on excessive heat warning is in effect through Monday evening, and the city has already issued its first heat health emergency of the year for tomorrow, or high temperatures will get up close to 100 degrees. Hey, what I'll be Charlotte Reese tells it that that this weather puts the elderly and your pets most of risk. Dangerous. Heat and humidity are in the forecast for the next couple days for Jessica Pharaoh and her dog patches that means in earlier than usual walk. We always bring a lot of water with us and You know that? Actually, we could move on to the grass, of course, don't want her feet to get to hot in this weather. Linda Terrell E with the Brandywine Valley s P. C. A, says patches and other dogs can get burns on the pads of their feet if they're on the asphalt for too long, she says. Signs of heat stroke include panting, heavily drooling and even vomiting. You want to start getting cold water onto their pads onto their body. Get them to shade. You also only want to give him small amounts of water at a time. Then call your bad all in all to really says air conditioning is best and never leave your dog in a hot car..

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"charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:48 min | 3 months ago

"charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Starts with the leisure traveler, and that's exactly who the hashtag make it. Monaco hotel packages targeting, she says packages are available weekends and weekdays. Listen, if you've got kids crosses bring them along, too, because there's lots for them to do and see Marc Abrahams Kyi Devaney news radio old SEPTA tracks or getting a facelift in Bucks County is cable W's Charlotte, Reese explains. It's all part of the new town Rail Trail division is a running and biking trail from Newtown to Philly Connect Presidents of Caddy, You know, it could become very catty with existing pretty peck trail. And then that trail I'm obviously continues. Gone into the city around the Fox Chase. Paul Gordon is the senior transportation planner for Bucks County's planning commission. He says. This portion of the trail runs from County Line Road to Bristol Road in Upper South Hampton, the former Newtown Fox taste line, Gordon says the design and engineering worker done now it's time for construction. Heart has already been activity along the rail line because the rails had to be, you know, removed. For your construction could begin. But any construction on the trail itself through Jason Force he has not begun that won't get into July 6 Upper Southampton police recently reminded residents at the trail is not open to the public since there's construction vehicles and machinery that pose safety concerns. Gordon says the Newtown Rail trail is expected to be complete by next summer. Charlotte, Rescate y w news radio, the Rolling Stones or threatening legal action against President Trump's reelection campaign were using their songs at rallies. Stones are working with the music rights organization. Am I saying The use of that song is unauthorized and has informed the campaign legal action will be taken. If it.

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Princeton to remove Woodrow Wilson's name from policy school

KYW 24 Hour News

01:07 min | 3 months ago

Princeton to remove Woodrow Wilson's name from policy school

"Princeton University's board of trustees has voted to rename the Woodrow Wilson School Charlotte Reese reports. It's all part of an effort to oppose racism. The school will now be known as the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs. In a statement, the board said Wilson's quote racist thinking and policies make him an inappropriate namesake. Wilson, 18 79 graduate of Princeton and 28th president of the US actively prevented black applicants from entering the New Jersey College when he was university president. Organizer's for Change W. W S tell the daily Princetonian that while they appreciate the university swift response, they want more to petition signed by a number of students and alumni call for additional actions like the university committing to pay reparations as well AST a vest from private prisons. Student groups like the Black Justice League have been trying to remove Wilson's name since 2015 following a sit in at the colleges President's office Earlier this month, Mamat University and Woodrow Wilson High School in Camden voted to drop his name, citing the former president's racist

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"charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:03 min | 3 months ago

"charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Racist policies. Charlotte Reese Kow NewsRadio, You can do it, but should you That's ahead. But first way of traffic and weather on the news, and we start with Brian. Good morning, Brian. That's always the question. Should I? Um, 90 95 is actually back to normal in the Philadelphia area. We had some construction on 95 in Delaware County all weekend long, where they picked up some of it on the South bound side earlier this morning. They picked up just after 10 o'clock. They picked up the north bound construction at the Delaware State line. So everything moving just fine there. That's not the case on 76 eastbound. You started out the brakes and you get the spring Garden Street That's due to the ongoing closure between the Vice Expressway in university that closure for ongoing work this weekend. That will pick up tomorrow morning around 5 a.m. We're seeing delays on the Vine Street Expressway in both directions because of it. Now, the rest of the majors are pretty good through Philadelphia. The bridges were looking pretty good, too. We go back to New Jersey on update on this problem on 55 North bound for those coming back from the Southern shore points, we had all lanes blocked about a mile north of Exit 39 for Route 40 and Elmer. They have now opened all but actually, they're getting you buy on the left lane. The right lane remains closed. They're doing an accident investigation Because of the seriousness of this crash again. This is 55 north and you're going to pretty much be bumper to bumper from Exit 39 up to the accident scene Once you're past there your fight, but it'll add about 15 or 20 minutes to your ride. Mass transit at this point appears to be on or close to schedule. We thank the tipsters that gave us that tip on 55 everyone else who calls us that 2157 24 10 16 were still getting those calls. Leave a message in that mailbox and you help us more than you know. In the cable TV, a 24 hour traffic center Blind Ramona and now the five day forecast, here's NBC 11th Alert meteorologists. What a beautiful start to the day with a lot of sunshine. Some haze in the air and certainly feeling.

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Armed vigilantes gather around Columbus statue in South Philadelphia

KYW 24 Hour News

01:03 min | 3 months ago

Armed vigilantes gather around Columbus statue in South Philadelphia

"Armed vigilante sourcing carrying baseball bats and gone around the Christopher Columbus statue in South Philadelphia W. Charlotte Reese was there and has the story the debate is about what to do with the Christopher Columbus statue over the past couple weeks controversial statue started coming down across the world due to the civil unrest that includes center city's Frank Rizzo statue and his mural in the Italian market south Philly resident John Fosco says enough is enough they're trying to you grace our heritage okay you're doing the same thing that Columbus day Columbus went in and took away the native Americans heritage for Peter Erickson he remembers learning about Columbus in school but not the entirety of it not the genocide of indigenous people and taking up their land he says having a statue in public symbolizes acceptance I think that the statue should be put in museums don't erase history contextualize history mayor Kenney tweeted saying all the the Chilean Chilean T. T. ism ism is is inappropriate inappropriate he he says says the the incident incident where where a a journalist journalist was was attacked attacked is is being being investigated investigated

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"charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:00 min | 3 months ago

"charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Is sixty two degrees on the thermometer rating to seventy eight this afternoon good morning I'm John off the coach in our top story at nine thirty one things got heated in south Philly yesterday when a group of armed people came out to Marconi plaza to protect the statue of Christopher Columbus joining us live from south Philly right now K. Y. W. Charlotte Reese hi Charlotte Hey John yeah I'm out at Marconi plaza right now and let me tell you there's no weapons or anything but there's discussion happening but it's heated discussion okay I talked to March D. protested a little while ago and he told me that he was out here last night or I guess this morning until about one AM the community center in south Philadelphia okay this doesn't have anything to do with race or you know what's been going on in the news with all this craziness is we're just here to protect our community and these people who were supposed to be protesters are peaceful protesters shorter some of them but they're really not peaceful right in March talking about the Columbus statue which is where this gathering is happening right now and I guess on the other side of that conversation is this man whose name is messiah nothing against its on the community I'm a Charlie myself from German Scottish I'm Porter Rican hybrid it's a brings happiness to the people I think it's great in the controversy of Christopher Columbus is a long one right for many he represents the invasion of indigenous people in America but here in South Philadelphia the argument with the large Italian population is that Columbus is celebrated in their culture so John there is conversation happening this morning no weapons just yet and there is a pretty medium sized police presence down here thank you very much Charlotte Reese on scene for us this morning pools are about to make a splash in New Jersey with new rules in place I'll have more coming up on KYW newsradio but.

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"charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:32 min | 4 months ago

"charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Curfew was finally put in place overnight Philadelphia's mayor is praising police officers for job well done I've never seen a group of people I'm John McCain right now mostly sunny here in center city fifty nine degrees going up to seventy one this afternoon good morning I'm John Austin coach in our top story at seven oh one rest in Philadelphia now special coverage on KYW newsradio bright sunshine now but a dark day yesterday K. Y. W. Charlotte Reese joins us live with the view from seventeen to one of what you see he John yeah that's you know that's a really good description a lot of people down here they're just walking around kind of taking in what's going on a lot of people are taking pictures videos not a lot of people really want to talk to me though they're just kind of taking in what is happening and I do have to say I have seen a few people gather up things that are on the streets one in particular urban outfitters I've seen a couple people grab some things that were on the ground motels here at seventeenth and wall not more towards eighteenth street I did see a couple people go into the broken glass window I guess just to see what's going on no I spoke with ASU fan it's she was out for a run and she just told me kind of what she thought of everything I was very sad on all fronts but like I said my friend last night you can't lose sight of why this happened ray Lewis was pointing out that these protests were for George George Floyd who died in Minneapolis and he can probably maybe hear the siren still around me that was from the fire that happened across the street at walnut and seventeen and David said she actually used to live in the apartment that was across the street address of my least active here so I got the email saying like this building was evacuated because the fire alarms went off from like that fire across the street says and John there are still a lot of fire trees out here this morning I guess keeping everything in check people are kind of checking out the apple store right now which is where I am here in center city John Charlotte Reese on scene of some of the worst damage from yesterday's unrest more on Philadelphia's day of rage coming up on KYW radio right now it's time.

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"charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:30 min | 4 months ago

"charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Day relate to honor military veterans and first responders Charlotte Reese that story after we check traffic and weather on the tubes well some construction going on in south Philly affecting this Google expressway interstate seventy six east bound the ramp to Broad Street is closed Broad Street southbound ramp to seventy six east bound also close Broad Street northbound ramp to seventy six west bound that ramp is open just no trucks allowed some more construction upper St road closed to all traffic from mom's house road to Bristol road that's going to be out there for about another month under the turnpike cash still not accepted at the toll booth drivers without EZ pass you'll receive toll by plate in the mail for septa note regular schedule now that's resume the most septa bus routes trolleys the market Frankford Broad Street Norristown high speed line however bus route ninety one service still suspended trolley route one oh two service still suspended and as for the regional rails the media Elman line service is suspended because of the southwest connection improvement project for up to the minute schedule information go to SEPTA dot org and Billy Dawson in the K. Y. W. twenty four hour traffic center and that's what you buy window nation buy two get two free sale window nation dot com I know it's time for the NBC ten first alert forecast with the cloudy skies tonight and areas of patchy fog moving in fifty five for a low Memorial Day Monday hazy sunshine rain.

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"charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

06:25 min | 4 months ago

"charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Com station regular schedules with social distancing guidelines on Charlotte Reese the Jersey governor Phil Murphy talks about another round of pandemic economic relief and parts of Florida through the outer banks be warned about a new tropical storm partly cloudy sixty two were on our way up to seventy three this afternoon good morning I'm Pat sorry our top story eleven oh one the corona virus pandemic what you need to know from KYW newsradio except the resumes its spring schedule but with social distancing changes to keep riders and drivers safe here's K. Y. W.'s Charlotte Reese buses trolleys and the Norristown high speed line are entering the world of social distancing septa will be marking off seats as unavailable to discourage close contacts and we will also be marking off a yellow line to provide six feet from our operators said the general manager Leslie Richards made the announcement Friday saying ridership load up on their septic key cards once again because fare collection is back she hopes that will reduce the number of riders particularly the region's vulnerable population which can include open drug use and human waste in our stations and on our vehicles our maintenance crews are working every single day all set to drivers will now have the protective shield but according to Richards writers should still wear a mask please respect our employees who come to work every day knowing that they face risks due to continued low ridership regional rail service will remain on a limited schedule a reevaluation is set for June first Charlotte Reese KYW newsradio a new tropical storm could generate life threatening rip currents will get to that update after traffic and weather on the sandbar motor starters soft price things are looking Jennifer six other college rock and but now it's the eastbound side it's about her started around the blue route for seventy six and continuing the route twenty three overpass they finished on the westbound side not thought maybe they were done for the day well maybe not hello looks like they've taken a lane going the other direction heading towards Philadelphia once you pass the construction you're absolutely fine until you get into town you can't continue past the vine St expressway that's all do that on going project between the vine and at university today there milling and paving so either have to get off at thirty three which is dicey it's really a mess doing that well it's not much better if you're getting on the eastbound Vine Street expressway could you call from those who go over to Broad Street due to right wing construction and a closure of the Broad Street off ramp so we are heading into town maybe the Kelly drives better better drive it's certainly prettier you can't use the words of the king drive the other side of the river that's closed for vehicles but open for exercise and proper social distancing Delaware River bridges in the major roads in South Jersey just fine no problems on mass transit at this point again check out the latest casuals at septa dot org right Pat dot org and NJ transit dot com we really missed hearing from you on the eighteen anti tip line at two one five seven twenty four ten sixty but we are getting messages now from the voice mail box at the end of that line so please give us a call if you see something and let us know your calls help us and your fellow drivers more than you know in the cable to you twenty four hour traffic center I'm Brian Ramon and now it's the five day forecast with NBC ten first alert meteorologist Krystal klei good morning nice Sunday that we've got shaping up or looking at a forecast high today of seventy three degrees that's right around average for this time of year high clouds put is more to the mostly cloudy category but we are looking at some peeks of sun and those conditions are comfortable into tonight as well fifty three degrees for a low tomorrow mostly cloudy high of seventy degrees we continue with the clouds Tuesday and Wednesday but the big difference will be the cool down Tuesday's high is just sixty three with windy weather we're still gusty Wednesday a high of only sixty degrees kind of chilly Thursday we start to warm back up sixty six degrees and showers I'm NBC ten first alert meteorologist Krystal klei with your most accurate forecast Kalanick patchy clouds sixty two degrees here in center city on our way to seventy three this afternoon the house has passed another round of pandemic economic relief a three trillion dollar package called the heroes act leaders in the Senate contend that it will get nowhere in their chamber meantime Jersey governor Phil Murphy well he's hoping for a different outcome certainly we're all realists here we we recognize that any final bill that reaches the president's desk will not look exactly like the one that the house passed but the house bill contains absolutely necessary measures for our state wide recovery and our national recovery and I speak directly to the inclusion of one trillion dollars for state and local government assistance so we can continue to support our frontline public health workforce governor Murphy hopes that the Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell reconsiders his opposition and works with the house speaker Nancy Pelosi to come to a deal two weeks before the official start to Atlantic hurricane season tropical storm Arthur is already becoming the first named storm of the year it's formed in the Atlantic and it's currently about four hundred miles southwest of Cape Hatteras and is heading toward the North Carolina coast here's meteorologist David Zelinsky from the national hurricane center because Arthur is not expected to significantly strengthen storm surge is not going to be the bigger threat however you can still certainly get plain pack from waves and we expect that there could be life threatening surf and rip current conditions along a portion of the southeast coast forecasters believe that sometime on Monday Arthur will be targeting the outer banks is expected to move out quickly and not linger well most high school seniors who are graduating are still.

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"charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

04:06 min | 6 months ago

"charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Blood can check for corona virus antibodies since other testing in Chester County now the White House gets a new press secretary her predecessor never held a formal news conference recapping our top story third sept in for use died from the coronavirus nearly fifty of the transit agency's workers have tested positive that's all ahead in the next fifteen minutes on K. Y. W. good morning honey and bush regular landing in Charlotte Reese or at the editor's desk with the first in Pennsylvania coronavirus antibody testing begins in Chester County this week though unfortunately those nose swabs those deep nose swabs aren't going anywhere K. Y. W. Sander Kramer reports first things first how exactly does it work the antibody blood test is essentially involves that finger **** to collect a small amount of blood to determine the presence of the corona virus antibodies with or without symptoms and we get those results within about fifteen minutes and Chester County health department director Jean castor says it's important to note this test is not a replacement for rotavirus test case confirmation the nose swab test that we've been doing we will continue to do to the high priority populations that are showing symptoms right now the antibody tests are only going to be given the first responders hospital workers and staff at long term care facilities those who are actively essential functions actively fighting against the corona virus staff and inmates at Chester County prison will also be given antibody test the slow the spread of common nineteen there enter Kramer came out of the news radio the virus outbreak on an aircraft carrier in Guam has shaken the navy all the way to the top correspondent Jamie McCormick reports it started last week when the captain of the U. S. S. Theodore Roosevelt was removed acting secretary mostly had told the crew there captain was either naive or stupid not to have known as memo about a corona virus outbreak on the carrier would be leaked very wrong mostly late yesterday apologised for these remarks calling captain Brad crozier smart and passionate the chairman of the house Armed Services Committee meanwhile says he no longer has confidence in mode late and he should be removed CNN has learned that the defense secretary mark esper told the acting navy secretary mostly he must apologize for his remarks as of today more than two hundred sailors on the Roosevelt who tested positive for coronavirus as captain crozier it's eleven forty eight president trump has always considered himself to be the best messenger in the White House so perhaps it's no surprise the search is on for another press secretary Stephanie Grisham as communications director slash press secretary was in charge of messaging for the trump White House but unless you watch fox news channel her face might not be familiar with him who came over from the first lady's press operations never held a briefing with media in general and was infrequently seen events president trump held she was absent during what are now the daily coronavirus task force briefings question is returning to the first lady's west wing operations as new chief of staff mark meadows look for new candidates on messaging in the midst of the outbreak Bob Costantini Washington eleven forty nine now several drugs are being tested to see if they are effective in treating corona virus one anti malaria drug in particular is getting a lot of attention because president trump has been speaking about it so much it's being tested in New York where the death rate is still high there's been so much talk about the potential effectiveness of Hydroxycut or Quinn is a treatment for coronavirus bolstered by anecdotal stories Dr Eric way is with the New York City health and hospitals corporation we have more to more types of treatments studies under way to see what's working best but as for the anti malaria treatment I think it's still too early to tell I think we we're still looking at the the data it's been a few weeks since testing began in so far no doctors have come forward to say.

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South Philadelphia couple stuck in Peru waiting to return

KYW 24 Hour News

01:07 min | 6 months ago

South Philadelphia couple stuck in Peru waiting to return

"For this couples from south Philly but they've been stuck in Peru he went on to use Charlotte russe tells us about their struggle as they try to get back to the states amid the corona virus pandemic the couple says they were on their way to Argentina to celebrate a family member's eightieth birthday when the borders to Lima Peru shot it's been really just exhausting rich levering and his wife serwis Unimin spoke to NBC ten about what life has been like stranded in Peru with their dog don't know for example the quarantine is lifted by the time our hotel reservation and contending for still here it will have a place to stay I looking out the window of their hotel the couple says they can see police and military members on every corner the south Philly couple joins other Americans who are reportedly stranded in Morocco and Ecuador levering says they have tried to contact American officials but we'll just have to wait which side of the list a state department official says the U. S. is considering all options to assist American citizens stuck in a country where air travel has been suspended Charlotte Reese KYW

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"charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

05:35 min | 7 months ago

"charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The Charlotte Reese health insurance leaders meet with president trump and vice president pence to discuss the cost of coronavirus treatment and testing the vice president who also leads the White House coronavirus task force says he has good news all the insurance companies here for today have agreed to waive all copays on corona virus testing for an extended coverage for corona virus treatment all their benefits plan that applies to private health insurance companies but pence says that's not where it ends they are covered through Medicare Medicaid and they'll be no surprise billing the news comes as Congress and the White House trying to come up with the best approaches to tackle the coronavirus Linda Kenyon Washington it was announced Monday New York state now leads the US with the most number of coronavirus cases one high ranking public officials among those who are infected international airports in the U. S. have come under scrutiny as part of the effort to stop the spread of corona virus but now the man who's in charge of the agency that runs the big airports around New York has tested positive for coke with nineteen New York governor Andrew Cuomo said Rick cotton the executive director of the Port Authority of New York New Jersey is quarantined at home and now the senior team that works with Rick will also be tested New York City leads the nation in the number of covert nineteen cases now only eight people have required hospitalization though the majority of the cases are centered around a synagogue congregation in a northern suburb of New York City Steve casting down New York the U. S. military says it's begun withdrawing forces from Afghanistan from the current thirteen thousand the move a step forward in the trump administration's peace deal with the Taliban the Pentagon says the draw down is conditions based on today's central commander general Kenneth McKenzie told lawmakers west commanders are comfortable with the downsizing we are going to go to eight thousand six hundred and we're gonna achieve that here but by the middle of the summer it is my best judgment and the judgment of the commander on the ground Joel Scott Miller that we can be very effective in our C. T. efforts at that for slow Afghanistan's government is in chaos following dueling inaugurations yesterday two candidates claim they won last year's presidential election and the country has yet to put together a negotiating team in Britain medical authorities warning it's just a matter of time before rotavirus becomes widespread there as well but as we hear now from London some fighting back with that trademark British humor health experts warning that the elderly are most at risk the telling us that we got to die seventy three year old Michael Rosen it sort of feels like it's you locked and they kind of pointing the finger at his seventy eight year old F. Neil Sullivan wet is suffering from information overload nobody knows what to think really is it overkill or is it kill if they're famous stiff upper lip doesn't get them through this crisis that British sense of humor well Vicki Barker CBS news London two forty eight let's get a look at reporter sponsored by SEPTA SEPTA is hiring bus operators plumbers electricians and more consider a career with stepped up learn more at ice up the Philly dot com slash jobs flyers will look to make it ten straight wins tonight as they welcome Boston to the center flyers eighty nine points sitting second in the metropolitan division just a point behind first place Washington Boston comes to town with ninety eight points most in all the NHL flyers head coach Alain Vigneault looking forward to this one they're the best in the league you know it's it's going to be a lot of fun they're good in all aspects they have no weaknesses and you know I I I'm not sure if we're gonna find out anything special from my team other than we're gonna be ready for that game and we're gonna work hard wires to a no against Boston this season both wins coming in a shoot out tonight's game at the center gets underway at seven college basketball the Ivy League has announced the cancellation of its men's and women's tournaments that were slated for this weekend at Harvard the decision to resolve concerns about the coronavirus the Yale men's team and for instance women's team will head to the NCAA tournament on the strength of their regular season league titles seventy Sixers return to action tomorrow night they'll host Detroit this sports injury report is sponsored by Martin law the law firm for injured workers well one B. Josh Richardson both returned to practice today Richardson has cleared concussion protocol we will learn more about their status is for tomorrow's game later today and the Phillies battling the twins this afternoon in grapefruit league action fifth inning and the Phillies lead four to one Zack Wheeler started on the mound for the Phils look good allowed just a run on four hits in four innings had six strikeouts and a walk Bryce Harper got hit in the foot with a pitch in the first inning had come out of the game but it sounds like he's going to be O. K. Michelle and that's certainly good news thanks so much for that what's not good is the Platt bridge westbound right now so check that with Justin for you coming up it's two fifty it's an uncertain time misinformation is all around depend on us to keep you informed about the corona virus outbreak we have a line to local officials and experts in the experience to separate fact from rumor K. Y. W. newsradio you've never needed us more Hey Greg I'm so sorry to hear about your brother's heart attack thanks he's okay now but it really got me thinking about my family you know could my wife still pay our mortgage if I had a heart problem okay my kids to go to college that is really scary yeah you should call.

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"charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:57 min | 7 months ago

"charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Charlotte Reese that's coming up right after traffic and weather on the two sponsored by Gary Barberis thirtieth anniversary residents event on the Boulevard ACV Hey Kim we've got other traffic jam up still up there in New Jersey on the turnpike southbound for almost a mile as you approach to exit number two that's for three twenty two and the off ramp there is closed to the right lane is closed and the off ramp is closed as well overturned tractor trailer on the ramp so they're trying to get it out of there in the try to make repairs might hit the guardrail that let's see was with the issue is other major New Jersey roads we don't see any problems right now our bridges are in pretty good shape west on Vine Street expressway little bit slow leading up to this vehicle ninety five no real problems to report and then east getting on the Schuylkill expressway to to just a minor volume delay there everything's great on the blue route for seventy six we have a water main break that started on Saturday morning and two oh two north bound as you approach south Gulf road that's where the slowdown is the two right lanes are closer be having to go through that two the turning the left turn lanes how to get through there so just a little extra time you still can get through another water main break though this was spring garden in spring garden area we have sixteen closing Callowhill and spring garden that's because of a water main break there's no fun there were going to report an accident on Lancaster Avenue at fifty ninth street so you might want to avoid that too mass transit no real problems to report your next update in less than ten minutes it's Barberis thirtieth annual president's event until nine PM tonight he's out of the home show now bite it Barbera one day Monday holy jeep one ninety nine down or one ninety nine a month hi five the Barbera bear is by their the best way I guess is it one eight hundred Barbera dot com in the game I W. twenty four hour traffic center Kelly exigen forecast from the NBC ten first alert weather center today mostly sunny high fifty one degrees tonight increasing clouds low thirty five and then tomorrow cloudy and mild with a few showers high fifty.

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Coronavirus Forces Pennsbury HS To Change Marching Band Trip

KYW 24 Hour News

01:16 min | 8 months ago

Coronavirus Forces Pennsbury HS To Change Marching Band Trip

"More than eight hundred people have died from the coronavirus surpassing the number of fatalities in the two thousand two sars epidemic and at least thirty seven thousand people worldwide have been infected since the virus was first detected in December in China back here in the Delaware Valley been very high school's marching in jazz bands are scheduled to go to China in the spring with directors are trying to switch to a new destination he would have you Charlotte Reese explains how they plan on handling depends very school board has to make a decision quickly we are proposing at a cost neutral alternative as of now to visit Paris instead of Shanghai at the special board meeting on Thursday Frank Massey go co director of the pens very marching band said it's unfortunate to change the trip but that he wants to keep the students and chaperones safe mass zero says the cost is nearly the same but they need to know by this week so they can secure their plane tickets if approved students will get to perform at Disneyland Paris the Normandy American cemetery ends the Eiffel Tower K. Y. W.'s medical editor Dr Brian McDonough says it's definitely reasonable to make plans to go somewhere else without a doubt I think it makes sense if there is unnecessary travel or travel for something like an entertainment event there's no reason to put people at risk at this time depends very school board is expected to make a decision soon about the April trip

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Move 9 member Delbert Orr Africa freed after 42 years in prison

KYW 24 Hour News

01:31 min | 8 months ago

Move 9 member Delbert Orr Africa freed after 42 years in prison

"Another member of the move nine has been released from prison Delbert Africa who's been in prison since nineteen seventy eight for the death of a Philadelphia police officer is out of jail for the first time in forty two years they would have you Charlotte Reese tells us he's expected to talk to the media later this week Chicago based attorney Brad Thompson broke his clients news on Twitter saying Delbert Africa of the hash tag move nine is free Thompson also posted intimate photos of Delbert nineteen seventy eight arrest following the shoot out along with pictures of his reunification with family nine members of the back to nature group were given thirty two one hundred year sentences two died in prison and six were eventually released including Mike Africa juniors parents among which up is the last remaining member of the move nine there with the fine to get out of prison my junior was born in prison after his mom was arrested he says he couldn't be happier to see Delbert free while he had this you know the little bit of life that he has left Hey joy with his family and spent some time to get you know get some closeness with but his family I think that's absolutely fantastic in a statement given to K. Y. W. SO P. president John Ignaz B. says our hearts ache for our fallen hero the police department will never forget James ramp and the other victims four other officers five firefighters and three bystanders were injured in the nineteen seventy eight shoot out during his sentence Dilbert's thirteen year old daughter was killed in the bombing on the move compound on Osage Avenue in nineteen eighty five ten others were killed Delbert is expected to hold a press conference Tuesday in

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"charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:35 min | 9 months ago

"charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"His love of baking with his mates for project I'm Charlotte Reese invalid can would and that's coming up next okay what have you news radio right now twenty two it is time traffic and weather on the two but it over to the traffic center with Brian Ramona the back to Delaware ninety five southbound absolutely a role because of an accident around one forty one it appears that they may have re opened some of the lanes at this point we're waiting for word from Delaware state police on that but we are seeing significant volume that is they'll continue down towards cristiana and the delay behind the accident scene has eased a bit well least on ninety five it has on four ninety five you're crawling southbound starting at one at thirteen and continuing to the ninety five merge say with two ninety five you're slow coming out of the Delaware Memorial Bridge getting on the ninety five cell but at least at least there is some improvement so that's some good news on this Google eastbound slow getting on a two oh two in king of Prussia then jammed from Gulf mills to pass Conshohocken is an accident there it's down the ramp from four thirty six south bound as well the Google westbound slows from city Avenue to the accident scene after game for delay all the vine expressway flow both ways through this Google and that the Broad Street exit in our arch street remains closed in old city between second and fourth for that water main break from Wednesday looking good in South Jersey at this point no major delays at all mass transit on or close to schedule in the cable to your twenty for our traffic center number thank you so much Brian and now we get a look at the X. Gen eyewitness forecast for the rest of your Sunday evening expect partly cloudy skies gonna be a lot colder than it was last night with a low of thirty.

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"charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:12 min | 9 months ago

"charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Vulnerable populations in sports eagles get a big victory over the cowboys final score seventeen to nine it's thirty seven going down to thirty one tonight good evening I'm AT one hacer our top story in a one it's supposed to be the most wonderful time of the year but for many living near the site of Thursday's explosion in south Philly it's anything but as he would have used fairly reefer ports neighborhood businesses are stepping up to help the damage and disruption at eight then read will be around for a while following an explosion and fire federal state and local authorities are working to figure out what caused the deadly explosion two bodies have been recovered from the debris officials say at least a dozen homes are damaged three are destroyed two are on the verge of collapse they lost everything and Christmas and Hanukkah once this Friday like effects everybody Fred user is a chef and makes barbecue at eleventh and Morris the next day Mike said would be a good idea if we put some donations out for people who were displaced or to to get some food from us several other neighborhood restaurants including the Dutch and red crest fried chicken are also helping Barbara Farley who lives just a couple blocks away is not surprised well this is the kind of community where there are a lot of small businesses and I think they're very mindful of the community because that's where the customers come from and they give back anyway that they kind of I think you've seen a demonstration of that anyone who wants to help should contact the pass young square civic association there is no time line on when the street will re open or when displaced residents can return in south Philly Charlotte Reese KYW newsradio I had to go to its trafficking whether on the two one ninety five it's north bound still closed at academy this is due to a very serious accident again all lanes blocked everybody being forced off at academy road so because of this it is jammed all the way back past the two county palm IRA bridge now the southbound side in ninety five as you approach the accident scene people are slowing down to take a look you're also seeing problems right now twenty six street that is jammed all the way back to Penn rose Avenue it's an overturned vehicle accident after this Google expressway westbound things at a crawl due to an earlier accident from city Avenue all the way out pretty much to around four seventy six the blue route also heavy delays on the Boulevard southbound at fox street that is an accident in the left lane now we're not seeing any problems right now on the Pennsylvania Turnpike were out on the northeast extension in New Jersey the forty two freeway looking go we're not seeing any problems right now with two ninety five or fifty five the Delaware River bridges looking pretty good with mass transit it's on or close to schedule next update in less than ten minutes I'm Jim up master in the K. Y. W. twenty four hour traffic center thanks Jim now the eyewitness weather five day forecast your C. B. S. threes Lauren Casey for tonight mostly clear and not as cold low temperature at thirty one degrees could see some areas of patchy.

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"charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:00 min | 9 months ago

"charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"One tonight good evening find out when Hastert our top story at eight OO one well it's supposed to be the most wonderful time of year but for many living near the site of Thursday's explosion in south Philly it's annoying neighbor it's anything neighborhood businesses are stepping up to help the damage and disruption at eight then read will be around for a while following an explosion and fire federal state and local authorities are working to figure out what caused the deadly explosion two bodies have been recovered from the debris officials say at least a dozen homes are damaged three are destroyed two are on the verge of collapse they lost everything and Christmas one of the ones is Friday like effects everybody Fred user is a chef and makes barbecue at eleventh and Marcus the next day Mike said would be a good idea if we put some donations out for people who were displaced or to to get some food from us several other neighborhood restaurants including the Dutch and red crest fried chicken are also helping Barbara Farley who lives just a couple blocks away is not surprised now this is the kind of community where there are a lot of small businesses and I think they're very mindful of the community because that's where the customers come from and they give back anyway that they kind of I think you've seen a demonstration of that anyone who wants to help should contact the pass young square civic association there is no time line on when the street will re open or when displaced residents can return in south Philly Charlotte Reese KYW newsradio full of what voters think of the impeachment coming up on a wide W. what's at eight OO to traffic and weather on the deuce we go to Pete team isn't letting out after a victory and it's all jammed up around the stadium Pattison after a broad just where you want to avoid right now with bumper to bumper in that area also keep in mind that the ninety five ramp to Broad Street are closed we're traffic control people leaving the game had in this Google expressway westbound is just heavy from right around university making your way up all the way to Gerard just the long stretch of volume there also the Vine Street expressway westbound is bumper to bumper basically the life has emerged words this Google expressway at a nasty accident on ninety five north bound at academy only's are still blocked really nasty crash your multiple vehicles involved so you're forced off at academy you can get right back on the ninety five north also how the Gipper delay southbound on ninety five all around academy watch out for delays we were four seventy six on the Pennsylvania Turnpike are in good shape not seeing any problems as far as our area bridges are concerned and as you make your way into New Jersey to ninety five forty two freeway routes seventy and seventy three are trouble free with mass transit running on or close to schedule in the K. Y. W. twenty four hour drive X. and I peed in our auto now the eyewitness weather forecast your CBS three Stephanie's Vona for tonight mostly.

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"charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"charlotte reese" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Police Charlotte Reese KYW newsradio for exit in doubt again that's coming up right now it's too traffic and weather on the two as we check in with Brian Ramona according market again we're seeing a little bit of drizzle out their system and wet roads out in the western suburbs a little coming in on Chestnut Street myself little bit damp so I'll watch for those leads to get a little wet when you do that also cut down the ramp to ninety five north bound evo multi vehicle accident on the right shoulder police are on the scene and just a bit of a delay heading through there not bad at all the rest of the major highways into or out of Philadelphia these Google expressway looking pretty good yes no construction between the Vine Street expressway in South Street today so you can move as you need to for twenty two east out Limerick left lane you have construction set up until tomorrow morning at five AM the working on the bridge of their and of course Martin Luther king drive is closed for recreational activity until five PM that will continue again this is the second to last weekend for that next weekend will close things out for the recreational season having of the Delaware River bridges are looking pretty good in New Jersey not bad at all on the major highways we see all the Millie's furniture jam cam the we have a report of an accident now just outside a moral to this is route seventy west bound just after seventy three watch for some minor delays through their mass transit no major delays in the care of your twenty for our traffic center I'm Brian Ramona I would is weather five day forecast here's CBS three meteorologist Matt Petersen we're looking for a cool and damp and you are weekend Sunday.