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"christie collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:10 min | 3 weeks ago

"christie collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"More important than the typical buyer. That's Dr Allen Sanders, professor emeritus of political science at ST Peter's University, he says. While it's not clear if Biden will run for president again, Vice President elect Harris is expected to have her place in the Democratic Party for years to come. Joanna Howard in Montclair, who has a 13 year old daughter is crying tears of joy. It's great, a great Rome, Rome, Otto to have for All young women or young, you know, growing up at this point as well. It's so important, and in so many I mean everywhere. So yes, we are beyond excited in Montclair Christie Collision. WCBS news Radio 80 the nationwide AP Vote Cast survey finds Abide Voters and trump voters had very different visions of who would leave the country and why AP correspondent Ben Thomas Reporting. Biden's coalition included clear majorities of college graduates, women, urban and suburban voters, young people and black Americans, and he made good on his promise to win over moderate voters, including Republicans who rejected the president. Trump, meanwhile, held his base of white voters without a college degree rural voters and religious conservatives and in some competitive states like Nevada and Florida. Trump ate away it. Biden support among Latinos, but the racial division was striking. Roughly 40% of Americans identify its racial minorities. But just 14% of Trump supporters do Biden voters were 63% white and 37%. People of color. Ben Thomas Washington It is 11 36. This is WCBS on the air at 80 and on demand only on the radio dot com app. Download it now and take us with you. Hi, everyone is Ronnie Anderson with Supreme Lindy Every single day. I have multiple People call my office that had been working on a refinance with another lender for 60, 90 or even 120 days. It's timeto fire that lender and pick up the phone and call us at 1 800 express our goals to close our refinances in 20 days or less, and we're doing it every single day Supreme lending is unequal housing lender and in the last 2 to 1 to 9196730 49, 75 President Park Boulevard Suite 800. Plano, Texas 75093. Texas has somehow mortgage banker registration, residential mortgage loan originator. For all our sakes,.

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"christie collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:41 min | 3 weeks ago

"christie collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"These elections, air ministered all across the state have been very open very fair in the past him. So far everything I've seen. Police believe this election is no different. President. Trump's lead is about 164,000 votes in Pennsylvania, but there are still 800,000 mail in ballots to be counted. So far, Joe Biden has been capturing nearly eight of every 10 male in ballots, and that's why Democrats feel confident that he will not only make up the difference but finish ahead of the president in Pennsylvania. The secretary of the state in Connecticut, He was proposing a constitutional amendment to make it easier for people there to get an absentee ballot. Here's WCBS reporter Christie Collision. It's a move intended to modernize Connecticut selection process. This is an idea whose time has come and the people have spoken out. They want absentee voting, no excuse absentee voting in our state. That's Connecticut's deputy secretary of state. Scott beats. 650,000 people voted with absentee ballots out of Connecticut under an emergency order that made the ballots more accessible. But the secretary of state and niece, Maryland, Deputy Secretary Bates don't want voters to even need an excuse to request a ballot in the future, either going to be out of town for all 24 hours or you're in the military or you're out of the country or You're sick that day. Well, you don't know if you're gonna be sick that day, so that's why so few people in the past have taken advantage of the absentee ballot opportunity. The proposal is hoped to be taken up by the state Legislature in January. Christy collision. WCBS NEWS Radio 8 80, WCBS news time 5, 48 traffic.

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New York City has no plans to ease restrictions in Covid cluster zones

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

01:24 min | Last month

New York City has no plans to ease restrictions in Covid cluster zones

"200 of the 913 people in hospital Saturday with covert 19 were in intensive care units with a tougher go of it, and seven more people died from the virus on Saturday, but Those numbers are better than Fridays. And in New York City, health officials say, covert numbers seem to have leveled off. In those nine zones were cases spiked a few weeks ago in Brooklyn and Queens. But City Hall officials say they're not easing restrictions on those covert clusters. When the two week restriction period ends on Wednesday, Dr Mark Jared with North well health is confident in the region's hospitals handling of a potential surgeon cases based on the state directors. All have enough supplies now Tio door. What happened before and even more so that we are prepared for a major research is, if it does happen, he suggests this holiday season that Family members quarantine for 10 to 14 days before gathering and still gathering with masks on, But if you have a job that puts you at risk of getting the virus, and you may come in contact with vulnerable family members go virtual. But he says hospitals are ready. We did expect Spike because the virus still around. As such, We have a lot of research ins plans. We have kept our increased capacity and we have plans based on the triggers of have any cases. Our curry, Christie collision.

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"christie collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:10 min | Last month

"christie collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"News live and local This is WCBS news radio eight radio dot com Station. Little cloudy out there, but another nice fall day. Come when 61 degrees. It's 203 at WCBS. Covic cases in New York and New Jersey. Are rising consistently. The hospitalization numbers show that yesterday there were 200 people in the I. C U in New York. That's the highest number since June, more than twice the number of people total in the hospital in just the beginning of September. And the holidays could be problems. They don't have to be. Here's Christie Collision. The rise in cases and hospitalizations come as not only the weather gets colder, but as the holidays approach. There are things people can do. They can really quarantine themselves for You know, 10 days to two weeks before an event so that the whole family can get closer together. Still wearing masks still in small groups, Dr Mark Jared with North well, health says, though, if you have a job that puts you at risk of getting the virus And you may be seeing older or more vulnerable family members. It's best you sit it out or do it. Virtually We're all tired of wearing masks. We're all tired of being away from our families and friends, however, a vaccine Ah come out eventually, and therefore we have to persevere in their use of masks, social distancing and hand washing. They are the three main stays, and they do work, he says. Databases that provide a predictive analysis on the virus. Have been helpful in preparing hospitals for the staff and equipment needed in a potential search. Christie Collision WCBS news radio 80. There was a funeral in Brooklyn today. There was no body but a lot of anger. See Burns was there. The silver casket was wheeled to the curb here outside the Cobble Hill Health Center, a nursing home that saw dozens of covert deaths in the spring. Inside the casket, pictures of loved ones and photocopies of Governor Cuomo's new book cover. It's early to come out and do a victory lap with a book about your leadership. Daniel are, Bini says There's no victory here in one week had.

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"christie collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:27 min | Last month

"christie collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"To spike over the weekend. 60 to find your level totaling $150,000. Five unnamed religious institutions were hit with fines. Last week they were de Blasio announced Find of up to $15,000 for anyone holding large gatherings with Penalties of up to $1000 for those who refuse to wear face coverings since Thursday, Under new state rules, houses of worship in the hot spots were allowed to host a maximum of 10 people. New numbers show 85 Positive Corona virus cases on Staten Island. The highest number of new cases reported by the burrow in months believe CBS reporter Christie Collision has the update. Staten Island's daily infection count has fluctuated between the low teens and thirties, but data shows those numbers moved up slowly last week. It's considered having the second highest infection rate across all five boroughs with just over 3% positive cases per 100,000 residents. However, the death rate hasn't fluctuated with just over 1000 overall and a vast majority of those cases were confirmed. The rest were considered probable, meaning the patients showed symptoms but had no positive test to confirm. You're the height of the pandemic. Staten Island University Hospital was caring for as many as 554 patients on April 8th Christie collision. WCBS news radio 80. Chances are the thought has crossed your mind. How do you politely ask someone to wear a mask? CBS news correspondent Stephan Kaufman posed that question. And here's what he learned. If you want to approach someone not wearing a mask in an indoor public setting. I would like them to put one on, experts say, Make your request discretely. Because shaming doesn't work. You would get defensive if I decided what was best for you, Auburn University behavioral scientist Jan Capuchin says That's why it might be best to mention what health effects I'll suggest that may act as a motivator. When you ask them to start talking about the change, and I hear themselves do that. It could be the pivot. Get them at least start thinking about it. Stephane Kaufman, CBS News WCBS news time 9 22 Amazon launched Prime Day in 2015 as a strategy to enroll more members and chopping club and to ramp up sales in July, But with the event delayed until October, 13th because of the pandemic. The online retailer will test whether shoppers are willing to buy during a weekend economy This year. There are signs.

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"christie collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:02 min | 2 months ago

"christie collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Districts across the state starting Monday, Cuomo wants to issue more tests The school district's in hot spot areas. We want additional tests in those schools, report the data on the dashboard and let's find out what's going on because It is. The schools in this case will be the canary in the coal mine. Christie collision WCBS news radio 80 of Teachers and staff at the Brooklyn Friends School will not be in the hallways or classes today Monday, but not because of this Corona virus. No, they're going on strike. Because they say they feel the private school's administrators have not been for allowing teachers and staff a former union, the United Auto Workers, local 21 10 is representing the school faculty with all this. And they've as parents to show support for the teachers by not taking their Children to school during the strike, But administrators did pretty much the same thing as parents while they sit parents a letter back on Friday, asking them to please keep sending the kids to class through this because they hired substitute teachers. Well. New Jersey's rate of people passing Cove it to others has gone up now for seven straight days now at 1.26, which is to hundreds of appoint our than Saturday's number. And now the highest has been since early August rate of transmission lower than one. That's what led state officials to ease up on Corona virus restrictions, the higher than one the other way around. It shows the outbreak is spreading so that it could lead to Mork Corona virus restrictions again in New Jersey. Really CBS News Time is 406, a single engine propeller seaplane skipped along the water on Long Island Sound and then crashed into appear behind the pilot's home yesterday afternoon. This isn't the Throgs Neck Bridge and Whitestone, Queens is trying to land apparently came into fast, though. Around three PM two of the people, the pilot and one of the passengers Are in critical condition in the hospital. One of the passengers is deceased. That is F. D. N. Y commissioner Daniel.

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"christie collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:41 min | 2 months ago

"christie collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Slowly going to start to get better. They're still got 32 35 minute delay at the George Washington Bridge getting into the Bronx. Our next traffic update in less than 10 minutes on WCBS over to the weather center. Now we get the five day forecast. Here's meteorologist annual Little partly to mostly cloudy for tonight. A couple of spots Khun CIA shower overnight low 55. For tomorrow, a spotty shower early then we'll have clouds giving way to some sunshine for the afternoon high Tomorrow. 68 becoming mostly clear tomorrow night with a low of 56 degrees very nice for Tuesday with a good deal of sunshine pleasantly warm, with highs near 70 Wednesday windy and a little warmer with clouds and some sun and the late day shower will be around with a high of 72. Stay rather windy for Thursday, but turning cooler partly to mostly sunny with a high of 64 degrees. Temperatures in the low sixties right now, 61 in Scarsdale, it is 60 in Long Island City Overcast guys, We've got some cloud cover out there and 62 degrees at 8 20. Has a proposal in Suffolk County to raise the smoking age. From 21 to 25. Here's double the CBS reporter Christie collision, Suffolk County Legislator Sam Gonzalez says if he saves one life with his proposed bill, he's done his job all the sales taxes. And so what they fail to realize is what about the lives. What about the individuals that are out there so that I could die of cancer one day on the secondhand smoke? The legislator proposed raising the Suffolk County smoking age from 21 to 25. He says he's already gotten calls from tobacco corporations and business associations about.

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"christie collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:41 min | 2 months ago

"christie collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"The slow from addicts a 21 down X a tent of the marriage for about except, uh, 42 at 38 are next traffic update Lesson. 10 minutes, WCBS. Thank you, sir. Over to the weather center. We get the five day forecast here's meteorologist Daniel Nettle. Art that mostly cloudy for tonight a couple of spots Khun CIA shower overnight Low 55 for tomorrow, a spotty shower early then we'll have clouds giving way to some sunshine for the afternoon high Tomorrow. 68 becoming mostly clear tomorrow night with a low of 56 degrees very nice for Tuesday with a good deal of sunshine pleasantly warm with highs near 70. Wednesday windy and a little warmer with clouds and some sun and the late day shower will be around with a high of 72 will stay rather windy for Thursday, but turning cooler partly to mostly sunny with a high of 64 degrees pretty stable stretch of whether we've got going on right now. 61 in Valhalla 65 in Port Washington. Partly cloudy 62 degrees here in Lower Manhattan, 6 20 at WCBS. Is a proposal in Suffolk County to raise the smoking age. From 21 to 25. Here's double the CBS reporter Christie collision, Suffolk County Legislator Sam Gonzales says if he saves one life with his proposed bill, he's done his job sales taxes, and so what they fail to realize is what about the lives? What about the individuals that are out there? Smoking that die of cancer One day on the second has The legislator proposed raising the Suffolk County smoking age from 21 to 25. He says he's already gotten calls from tobacco corporations and business associations about.

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"christie collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:14 min | 2 months ago

"christie collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"This is WCBS news radio eight radio dot com Station. The cloudy start to the afternoon. We will see some sunshine here and there a couple of showers passing through in a few spots as well high of 73 almost at our high were it's 71 right now in the city. Tonight. Mostly cloudy, sticky areas of fog. Drizzle low of 68 12 03 at WCBS. We're days away from the start of in person learning for a huge chunk of kids here in the city remote learning that started back on Monday and to give you an idea of just how much is still changing. Just last night, the teacher's union and the city agreed to a new deal that'll let teachers work from home if their students are also at home. More on the policy reversal with WCBS reporter Christie Collision Department of Education teachers who were not needed on site Now have the option to work remotely. In a new deal worked out by the United Federation of Teachers, the union fought to expand the option to more teachers. After just about 21% of city teachers were given Corona virus medical exemptions that let them work from home. Teachers who are caregivers and are with medically vulnerable family members at home are prioritized in the remote, only slots. This comes as mayor de Blasio has been pushing for in person learning. Has. He argues that it's more effective than remote learning. Christie COLLISION WCBS news Radio 80 Football could be canceled until spring because of the pandemic in Connecticut. The state's public health department says a youth an amateur football games should be suspended along with other high risk sports. That recommendation covers both youth and adult leagues. Other sports considered high risk wrestling, lacrosse, competitive cheer and dance. None of this sentence Stone. The final decision on whether to play that's upto local health departments, Municipal governments and league organizer's the Brooklyn Bridge, just one of several sites here in the city, packed with protesters last night, thousands were out marching in solidarity with those in Louisville, Kentucky, following the grand jury decision. Briana Taylor case. None of the three.

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"christie collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:01 min | 2 months ago

"christie collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Not a whole lot of it. Also a few showers in a few spots a high of 73. Tonight Mostly cloudy, sticky alot of 68 903 that WCBS We are days away from the start of in person learning for a huge chunk of kids here in the city. Remote learning started just this week and to give you an idea of just how much is still changing. Just last night, the teachers union on the city agreed to a new deal. It'll let teachers work from home if their students are also at home. More on this policy reversal with WCBS reporter Christie Collision Department of education teachers who were not needed on site Now have the option to work remotely. In a new deal worked out by the United Federation of Teachers. The union fought to expand the option to more teachers after just about 21% of city teachers were given Corona virus medical exemptions. That let them work from home. Teachers who are caregivers and are with medically vulnerable. Family members at home are prioritized in the remote, only slots. This comes as mayor de Blasio has been pushing for in person learning. Has. He argues that it's more effective than remote learning. Christie COLLISION WCBS news radio 80 Football could be canceled until spring because of the pandemic. In Connecticut, the state's public health Department says Youth and amateur football games should be suspended along with other high risk sports. That recommendation covering both youth and adult leaks. Other sports considered high risk wrestling, lacrosse, competitive cheer and dance. None of this is set in stone. That final decision on whether to play that's up the local health departments, Municipal governments and league organizer's The Brooklyn Bridge, just one of several sites here in the city packed with protesters. Thousands were out marching in solidarity with those in Louisville, Kentucky, following the grand jury decision there. In the Briana Taylor case. None of the three officers involved in her shooting death were charged.

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New York City Comedy Clubs Implore Cuomo To Let Them Resume Both Outdoor & Indoor Events

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

01:04 min | 2 months ago

New York City Comedy Clubs Implore Cuomo To Let Them Resume Both Outdoor & Indoor Events

"Owners and state Senator Michael Generous, say it is no joke comedy clubs would close for good overcoat. 19 restrictions more from WCBS reporter Christie Collision Senate Deputy leader Generous says the state hasn't made clear the difference between comedy clubs and restaurants. When it comes to reopening. Well, they can't tell us because there's a difference. The the answer is that there is no reason why it's arbitrary. It's bureaucracy at tourist on. Hopefully we'll push through a quick way. Generous, met with the governor, staff and club owners on the issue weeks ago and says the meeting was productive, but that things went quiet. The governor has spoken after are not one in comedy clubs to reopen the clubs are willing to do whatever it takes to reopen safely and are just waiting for guidelines from the state. They're willing to put a plexiglass that surrounds the performers. That's necessary, they Ah, they sell tickets to his performances so they would have everyone's information of contact tracing becomes necessary, the senator says. This also comes at a time when a good laugh is really needed. Misty

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"christie collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:31 min | 2 months ago

"christie collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Terrific. I can't imagine that happening to any of my three Children. He's at his son's baseball game alongside other parents of young Children who say it's situations like this that only remind them to be grateful for their Children and to protect them. Officials say the boy fell into the Harlem River near the Robert F. Kennedy Bridge at around 2 40 PM on Saturday. We live in in Complicated time, and there's so many things that we are trying to do to protect our Children when something random And on unexpected happens like this just makes you feel, uh Grateful for what you have always and Randall's Island Park Christie COLLISION. WCBS NEWS RADIO 80. The NYPD DEA says aviation and dive teams are still in the search and won't stop until they find him. Senator Lisa Murkowski of Alaska today became the sick and Senate Republican to say she opposes holding his Senate confirmation vote on President Trump's nomination to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court. Yesterday, Susan Collins of Maine took a similar stance to more defections from the GOP could mean that Senate leader Mitch McConnell would delay a vote until the lame duck session. Neither Markovsky nor Collins have addressed that possibility. President. Trump is expected to make a nomination this week. CBS News correspondent Jam Crawford says there are believed to be two leading contenders, The president said it's likely as she said, could be a woman he mission to yesterday. Just Amy Cockney Barrett from Indiana and Judge Barbara Logo of Florida. Now Bharat is kind of a presumptive front runner. Trump interviewed her for the last vacancy. She's a strong religious conservative, a favorite of religious conservatives strongly anti abortion. She had a tough appellate for hearing, but she stood strong. Which conservatives like, but there is growing momentum for Barbara logo as she's got an incredible, compelling personal story. First generation cheap in America and she grew up in Miami wasn't Columbia law School like Justice Ginsburg, the question with her is tiny. If the White House wants to know who visits, said this quickly on the train and may have already left the station with Amy County, Barrett on board. At CBS News correspondent Jan Crawford, speaking on Cbsface the nation this morning, Democrats are mulling their response to a quick vote on a Supreme Court nominee by Republicans questions about that, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said the presidential elections integrity is the most crucial issue right now. Our main goal and I think we better.

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"christie collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:45 min | 2 months ago

"christie collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Traffic flow. Visitor, Samantha Hamilton says she joined the army because of the attacks. You have a lot of emotions start to explain Just one, you know, sad, happy that you could be here but sad at the same time that we're here in general, because something like this happen to begin with. At the 9 11 MUSEUM, Christie COLLISION, WCBS news radio 80 city schools will reopen safely or not at all That is the warning from the head of the city's teachers union is the group. Threatens another delay and re openings amid ongoing communication issues. More on that with our Mac Rosenberg United Federation of Teachers President Michael Mulgrew is threatening to delay the already once delayed re opening of city schools. If things don't get better, he's accusing the city of mishandling the reporting of test results from September 2nd. Which he says should have been made public sooner. Some of you are telling us I have a positive test result The dio is like, and it's not even the deal. We this department of Health. This is agent so I know we don't have confirmation. What the hell do you mean? You don't have a confirmation? You think someone's lying about having a positive covert. Thus, the city says 97% of test results have come back within 48 hours. He's not happy with the city's response to deplorable conditions that teachers reported at a school in Brooklyn this week. And he says, there's been lack of communication when it comes to personal protective equipment. Yeah, there's a lot been delivered, but nobody knows where it isthe or one school has it in the campus and didn't know that they're supposed to share it with anyone else. Mac Rosenberg doubly CBS News Radio 80. Seven Mohr City streets will be closed to traffic on the weekends for outdoor dining that brings the total to 87 streets closed. This part of the city's program was closure started last night. The new ones did a block on Duane Street, Lower Manhattan. Included in that block on Grand Street in Brooklyn. There's also a black bloc on Ninth Street on Staten Island. Outdoor dining will continue through October 31st homeless families living at a midtown hotel. We're told to pack their things and get ready for a move. The city was trying to make room for a group of homeless men that were living on the Upper West Side. But then a last minute change more on this with CBS two's Natalie Doug Rich, a temporary win for families living in the harmonious shelter inside the former hotel Chandler on East 31st Street. They held a rally, saying they got no notice. They're being transferred to make room for a group of men that were pushed out of an Upper West Side hotel. But the city said hold on, it's going to assess each client's personal needs before relocating them, I think is not fair that may move families, single mothers with Children. Men, 300 men were told by the city. They had to leave the Lucerne on west.

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"christie collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:24 min | 3 months ago

"christie collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Tens for shade and weather cover and must provide their own barriers and staff into clothes off adjacent streets, leaving schools with wealthy parents in a better position. Protest became vandalism in the Flatiron district with storefronts bashed in his Christie collision. The Starbucks on Lafayette Street is reopening, boarded up windows and all. Adam Schwartz says he saw the shattered windows and glass on the ground Friday night, and there were a few police officers outside and the glass was all smashed and and all over the ground, and you know, I didn't really ask them what happened, But we had seen a protest going down La Fayette a few hours before he's As he saw about 100 to 200 people marching down laughing at ST several other businesses. Air still boarded up in Lower Manhattan Police report eight overall had their windows smashed. They say they made eight arrests Friday night with charges ranging from rioting to possession of a graffiti instrument. Adam says vandalism isn't justified. It's not that I don't feel safe or anything. I I feel bad for for these smaller, independent businesses that have to deal with it. It's sad when it happens to Starbucks, but they'll they'll survive in lower Manhattan. Christie COLLISION WCBS news radio 80. Detectives has spoken to the person who drove into a crowd of black lives Matters. Protesters in Times Square. There were six people in the car and the driver was released. The person without the driver was released. Without charges. As the police investigation continues. It's been reported that the driver was a counter protester. Police say the counter protesters had parked there Ford tourists on West 46 Street between Broadway and eighth And that the person was asked to drive a short distance on West 46th Street and make a right through a taxi well to avoid the protest but didn't do it. It's one of seven at WCBS news, radio 8 80 traffic and weather together Just a moment. It's Jamie progresses. Employee of the month, two months in a row, leave a message at that high. Jamie hit me, Jamie. I just had a new idea for our song with the name your price tool, So when it's like Tell us what you want to pay. Hey, trombone goes, Bah bah Wah and you say we'll be fine Carthage options that fit your budget. Then we just all the finger snaps will acquire goes state was coming at you Save it's coming out job. Yes. No. Maybe Anyway, So your practice Tonight I got new lyrics for the Rat break, Progressive casualty insurance Company and affiliates pricing coverage match limited by state law. Shell. We know from the time.

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"christie collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

04:57 min | 3 months ago

"christie collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Near 80 11 03 at WCBS. The pandemic has hit state governments, especially hard. They've lost revenues and to try to make up for some of that in New Jersey, you'll be paying more at the pump starting October. 1st are Christie collision heard from some drivers, and then they wonder why people are leaving the state. Truck driver, Mike says. This is just a way New Jersey is taxing its way out of debt. I don't agree with that. It's overkill. No, the people of this state are hurting bad enough. We're taxed to death, and all they do is just keep raising taxes. He was for load for three weeks because of the pandemic and will possibly get furloughed again. The state Treasury Department says between March and May, gas consumption went down 38.7% and that the roughly 22% increase and gas is to make up for the lost revenue drivers. Leah Marie and Kendall word not surprised. You can't complain about something that you can't change. If you're not. It's gonna happen. Regardless, they're used to it by now. This point living in New Jersey obviously. I've got a choice. This point, but you know it is what it is in Parsippany Christie Collision, WCBS news radio 80 here in the city. There are fewer workers out to clean up the parks, and that's left some of them looking dirtier. Warren this with our Mac Rosenberg more than 1700 City parks. Workers were laid off in June, and since then unmold lawns. Trash piling up, especially around garbage cans and graffiti are some of the things people trying to enjoy. Those parks have had to deal with. Adam Dancer, executive director of New Yorkers for Parks says funding the parks is a drop in the bucket compared to other city agencies and given the amount that people are using parts during this pandemic. It just seems logical that you would be re sourcing those parts in the Parks Department to take care of its citizens and its parks, he says. Conservancy's or nonprofit partners of the Parks Department. Have helped to raise money for some parks. Most of the Conservancy's are in neighborhoods where there are citizens that have the money to support private donations towards park maintenance. And so the lower income minority neighborhoods he says, are left with dirty your parks because they can't afford a Conservancy. Mac Rosenberg double the CBS News Radio 80 on the clock is ticking. Schools in the city will reopen in less than two weeks. Educators are concerned about not just their health they're concerned about staffing. More on that with our Steve Burns. Teachers say it's unsafe. Principals say it's logistically impossible. But Mayor De Blasio still says it's full speed ahead for in person school in two weeks. I do hear the concerns of the principal, the mayor tells w. N I C reinforcements are coming in in the form of D O E staff and substitute teachers, so that pool is ready and it's going to be plugged in now teach school, But Aaron Russo principle of M S 447 in Brooklyn doesn't see how it's going to happen after the city announced separately. Cher's will be needed for in person and remote learning. The guidance have come way too late. And she says it's the same story with outdoor space, which was also just announced this past week. It doesn't really allow us to carefully think through how outdoor classes could look, These are all things principles have been asking about for months, she says. I anticipate having to make a lot of apologies to my family's for not being able to pull it off successfully. It's not for lack of trying. Steve Burns, WCBS news radio 80 the remnants of Hurricane Laura on the way parts of Long Island, preparing for the worst. There were 400 trees that fell and there were 5000 tons of debris that Cruz here in the town of him said had to clean up after the last storm. Now Another storm could hit justice hard this weekend, and power problems are on a lot of residents minds here. A supervisor don clay, even the residents and they and their elected officials have no faith in them. Right now. I feel very strongly of no problem, saying that, he says the town workers help frustrated residents after they called the Long Island and had no luck getting through. He says the town workers will assist any way they can again. I would ask residents to make sure they try P. S and G for If he phones you know what Go that, like they did last time. They don't get any service, then reach out to the town As a resort. Always they could reach out to the town And we will do our best to get the message to P. C and G P S. E G. Long Island says they are prepared for the storm Sophia hold of the CBS News radio 8 80. It's 11 07. 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Senator Schumer announces investigation into Postal Service policy changes

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

01:27 min | 3 months ago

Senator Schumer announces investigation into Postal Service policy changes

"Weekend they were involved in passing a bipartisan bill to fund the Postal Service during this ongoing pandemic, a rare Saturday session for the House a rare even In August, all of this ahead of the November election. The legislation would set aside $25 billion for the post office. Republicans in the Senate say that Bill is dead on arrival. But it's not just money. Democrats are demanding answers as to why the Postal Service would undergo drastic changes. Now Senator Chuck Schumer demanding a full report. The Postal Service Board of Governors moron that with our Christy collision, Senator Schumer describes his report as key to repairing damage done to the U. S. P s actions speak louder than words. That's why we need an independent report. I'll get it. We have to see then to follow up. The newly created election Male committee under the USPS Board of Governors is tasked with handing a report to Congress on how November election male will be delivered on time. With the House passing a $25 billion USPS aid package on Saturday, Senator Schumer says. In the meantime, the report will hold to joy accountable for what he's promised. Previously, the House passed legislation, but McConnell said he's not Move it to the floor. I hope he changes his mind because it would pass with bipartisan support on the floor of the Senate like that outside Senator Schumer's office in Midtown Christie collision, WCBS news radio 80

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In Effort To Combat Rash Of New York City Gun Violence, NYPD To Change Officers’ Schedules, Require Many To Work Weekend Day

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:42 sec | 3 months ago

In Effort To Combat Rash Of New York City Gun Violence, NYPD To Change Officers’ Schedules, Require Many To Work Weekend Day

"Gun violence on the weekends in New York City, some NYPD officers they're going to see their schedules change more from WCBS reporter Christie Collision reports say the NYPD officers below the rankings of sergeant or captain who normally have weekends off we'll have to start either a Sunday through Thursday or to stay through Saturday shift. Shooting crimes have gone up in the city since the start of the summer, and NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea had apparently sent out a memo saying that only a third of NYPD officers will be off weekends and that solid schedules that comply with the memo should be locked in by the end of the month. Christie COLLISION WCBS news radio 80. WCBS news time 11

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"christie collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:48 min | 4 months ago

"christie collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"This is WCBS news radio eight radio dot com Station Good Morning Pretty Cloudy start here on Saturday. We will see maybe some sunny breaks later on warm and humid with a stray afternoon shower or thunderstorm in spots high of 81 Today Tonight partly cloudy low of 71 Sunday Looking a lot nicer than today going to feel like the mid nineties. 71 degrees right now, double the CBS News time. 903 It's Day four in the dark for hundreds of thousands of people across the tri state area as the recovery continues from Tropical Storm CS on Tuesday. For many in our area going to be days until the lights are back on Queens has been hardest hit among the five boroughs. Estimates say Around 10,000 trees came down in Queens during the storm. Your CBS two's Christina fan in Ridgewood. Theresa Cannonball had a tree come down on her roof, Her nephew says the timeline for removal anywhere from six days to a month. Meanwhile, Con Ed is still trying to restore power to tens of thousands. The utility company says it's got more than 1600 field employees at work. It's also getting the help of more than 800 workers from this far away as Texas, Florida and Wisconsin that CBS two's Christina fan in Ridgewood. Queens over to New Jersey, where, at the height of the storm, over a 1,000,000 people were knocked off line. Doubly CBS reporter Christie Collision has more on the cleanup and recovery in Montclair. While most trees and branches seem to be off the streets and some properties around the Montclair neighborhood neighbors air still waiting for power to come back. The P C and G power outage, Map says they'll most likely be getting their power back up either. On Sunday or Monday. The Glen Ridge in Montclair area is almost fully back to normal as more traffic lights or back up and running and streets are reopening, but.

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Negotiations Continue For New COVID-19 Relief Bill

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:19 sec | 4 months ago

Negotiations Continue For New COVID-19 Relief Bill

"But lawmakers lawmakers say say there's there's still still a a way way to to go go before before reaching reaching a a deal. deal. Treasury Treasury Secretary Secretary Stephen Stephen Yeochan, Yeochan, it it is is a a priority priority for for the the president. president. To To make make sure sure that that we we deal deal with with the the issue that unemployment has run out and the rental affection. CBS reporter Christie Collision reports on a

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"christie collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:00 min | 4 months ago

"christie collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Casualty insurance company and affiliates. Pricing coverage match limited by state law. You're never more than 15 minutes from the big stories on WCBS. Good afternoon. I'm John Metaxas is Are three things to know. At 4 45 number one, the $600 a week unemployment benefits expire this weekend as there's a federal rent a moratorium that leads some to fear. A wave of evictions in our area may be coming in the Coming months. Number two, John Lewis's eulogized in Alabama and number three Legendary television host Regis Philbin has died. South Jersey gym owner is vowing to stay open despite a new court ruling against him doubly CBS reporter Christie Collision has the story. Tell us gym owner Ian Smith says he and the gyms co owner kept themselves in the gym overnight. Murphy got his way He's coming to change our locks. We're looking at a showdown because Frank and I will not be backing down on a video he posted online to his members. Smith says he changed the business from an LLC to a P. M. A Private members Association, which he says means he can peacefully assemble against state officials were peaceably peacefully assembling here. They cannot stop that, under any circumstances, it is a Roast violation of the Constitution, which they took an oath to state guidelines allow romantic partners to receive fitness training together, and, according to a report, one of the gym's owner says everyone within the gym are considered romantic partners. Jim owner's face criminal charges for staying open during the pandemic. Christie COLLISION WCBS News Radio 80 The catastrophic loss of life in New York state nursing homes has been years in the making. That's the feeling of Assemblyman Richard Gottfried Cove in 19 has claimed nearly 6500 lives and counting. Gottfried will chair legislative hearings on the subject next month. For years we have had staffing shortages. Nursing homes, not hiring enough.

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"christie collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:31 min | 4 months ago

"christie collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"The state. That's WCBS reporter Christie collision WCBS news time. 5 48 It's time for traffic and weather together on the AIDS. We head over to Tom Kaminsky. All right, It looks as though we still have one lane blocks were tracking this on the outbound side of the Galanis. And we've had that one lane closed as we get out of the battery tunnel that H O V Lane had been shut down. That still does look to be the case. I'm not seeing any kind of traffic go through there yet, but we're seeing some movement now in that area, so we may be getting a couple of lanes reopened, but still very slow there on the outbound side of the Guan is south, and we could be those delays beginning right in the area. The L I e getting looked down the shore, the South bound side of the Garden State Parkway. And of course, that trip headed down the Jersey Shore has been very tough. Today with the thunderstorms that had rolled through it is very solved from 98 down for 91 again down toward the area of 82 in Toms River. We had up to Westchester and Rockland north by New York State Thruway. We've had just some delays is we get to and across the marry Oh Cuomo Bridge. We had a collision on the Hutch North Panama Marinich Avenue. At last check. We still had one lane closed there on Tom Kaminsky in the WCBS traffic center. We get a check of our weather forecast. Now we head over to the weather center to meteorologist Bob Larson. A war band here would start to this evening's still see a spotty shower too well, North City but by a large rain free and partly quite a bird Islands 73. A good deal sunshine of our high of 88 More Inter noona. Partly cloudy tomorrow I lose 70 for.

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"christie collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:48 min | 5 months ago

"christie collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"All the fireworks began long before July 4th weekend in the city this year. Now a man is under arrest and charged with burning down a house with fireworks in flatlands. Brooklyn, CBS reporter Christie Collision Has that story. The FDA and why identifies 36 year old Damien Bend in surveillance video that shows a house burning from the inside. After a Roman candle was fired into a bedroom window, bend faces arson charges came back home. So to find a reason. The sole female here, everybody, everybody with traumas as Joshua King saw the East 51st Street Fire take place just before 9:30 p.m. on June 24th. King says the fire started in the bedroom and quickly spread from there. Then what ended up being 60 firefighters put out the fire, completely destroying the two story home caught fire. More scared and called cops qualify department. Firefighters say they have confiscated tens of thousands of dollars worth of fireworks in the past nine days. Kristie collision WCBS News Radio 80 another spade of shootings in the city last night. Gun violence is up nearly 130% compared to this time last year. 20 year old man was killed a 36 year old woman injured when shots were fired on new Lots Avenue in Brownsville happen around 6 45 hours later in Cannes. RC a 34 year old man was shot in the leg on Avenue H, near 57th Street. He is expected to survive. Other shootings were in Harlem Crown Heights in Far Rockaway. No arrests in any of that violence. It's 407 at WCBS. We will check the holiday weekend traffic situation in traffic and weather together. Next you've been camping in your backyard. Cycling in your living room. You've.

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Fireworks Set Off Brooklyn, New York House Fire; Suspect Faces Arson Charges

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

00:56 sec | 5 months ago

Fireworks Set Off Brooklyn, New York House Fire; Suspect Faces Arson Charges

"Brooklyn man who allegedly burned down our home with the legal fireworks in late June, arrested overnight More on this. With WCBS reporter Christie collision 36 year old Damien Bend faces arson charges for allegedly burning down a Brooklyn home after setting a legal fireworks into it. I was having Joshua King was at his girlfriend's house at the time when he saw the East 51st Street home burned down down on on June June 24th 24th surveillance surveillance video video shows shows the the two two story story home home be be destroyed destroyed from from the the inside inside out out within within seconds seconds basically basically went went to to bed. bed. Fortified Fortified and and couldn't couldn't stop. stop. So So teacher teacher called called Fire Fire more. more. Everybody Everybody scattered called cops Qualify department. It took 60 firefighters to put out the late June fire that left the home completely burned down. Kristie

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