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Fresh update on "city hall bureau" discussed on KYW 24 Hour News

KYW 24 Hour News

00:46 min | 39 min ago

Fresh update on "city hall bureau" discussed on KYW 24 Hour News

"On Corona virus vaccines and Madonna's good news today. It says of 196 people infected with covert 19, and it's huge study in this country on Lee 11 were trial participants who got the real vaccine. Overall 30 or severely ill from Cove it and all of them. All of those severely ill cases received the placebo. The sugar pill version of the of the vaccine. If you will now, FDA emergency use approval for Fizer is covert vaccine could come as early as next week, but then begins the colossal task of distributing those shots are City Hall Bureau chief Pat Lobe tells us Philadelphia is a step ahead. Philadelphia is one of only five cities in the sea DCs jurisdictional plan for vaccine distribution and was the on Lee won in a pilot to help other members develop their plans. Deputy Health Commissioner Carolyn Johnson says the department brought insight into what urban areas will be addressing the need to serve diverse communities and that the messaging would not be the same for every community and that the willingness to take vaccine may be different across different communities. Dr. Johnson says the city also made the CDC aware of this Staggering number of frontline workers in Philadelphia's healthcare system, so the vaccine is apportioned to cover all of them for the Fizer vaccine with its sub zero packaging requirements, she says, that actually offers an advantage they can on Lee ship this vaccine to a limited number of starts. It comes in very large counts of vaccine doses, almost 1000 have to be shipped to one site. We're going to accept the vaccine for the smaller sites, and we will redistribute the vaccine when they needed. The advisory Committee on Immunization Practices, meets tomorrow to vote on a distribution plan. Pat Loeb killed YW news radio on this Monday. Back to routine, Whatever that is these days after the holiday weekend, public health experts are telling people to take Cove it precautions if they were around others, not part of their household. One of these Kim Glovis is with us, Kim. They're supposed to act as if they have the virus. That's right. In. That suggestion is coming from one of the top covert doctors in the nation. Deborah Burkes, the coordinator, the White House coronavirus task force. Burkes was on CBS's face The Nation yesterday with Margaret Brennan. And, she said, We all know that people made mistakes over the long holiday weekend, especially if they traveled and visited family and Burkes is urging young people who gathered with others to get tested in 5 to 10 days. Older than that. If you're over 65, or you have co morbidity ease, and you gathered it Thanksgiving. If you develop any symptoms, you need to be tested immediately because we know that our therapeutics work best with our anti virals and our monoclonal antibodies work best, very early and disease. She's urging anyone who traveled to either quarantine for two weeks or get tested soon. Successes is actually the third surgeon the virus. The second one was after Memorial Day, and she's expecting Tobin case is to increase 34 even 10 times over post Thanksgiving. But she also says in states and counties were masked mandates are in place. She expects the case numbers to be significantly lower. Andy and Lucky for us all three states in the Tri State area have masked mandates. Yesterday marked the 27th consecutive day the U. S reported more than 100,000 new coronavirus cases. Is a record high 93,000 people with coated in hospitals. It's 909. On K Y W Here's a reason why you might not want to post pics of your new kids or other Thanksgiving family photos are legal correspondent Amy Feldman explains. Within hours of giving birth last week, supermodel Coco Rocha announced the arrival of her new baby girl on Instagram, who already has her own instagram account. Follows a baby except with a mob. She's not alone in the U. S. 92% of two year olds already have an online presence. And the London School of Economics Study found that counter intuitively parents who say they're concerned about privacy are actually more likely to share images of their kids online. Well, there are laws protecting Children's online privacy from marketers. There's no law that limits a parent's right to post information about a minor child. But before you post those Thanksgiving photos of your kids, legal or not, About how much you hate it when someone posting unflattering photo of you and then consider your privacy settings on your social media if their public do you really want any creeper to see your adorable kids? But not from the judge group. Maybe he Feldman for Ky Toby NewsRadio. 57 degrees reining in center city. More rain to come heavy at times as we head for 66 degrees. Gotta crash on 4 22 West past Santa Toga sample Phyllis in next After.

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Fresh "City Hall Bureau" from KYW 24 Hour News

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00:43 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh "City Hall Bureau" from KYW 24 Hour News

"Friday we get back to the low fifties at 51. Unfortunately, that does come With a chance of showers. Carolinian Crystal Thanks 8. 35 Medical and Public Health Advisors will meet tomorrow in Atlanta at the Centers for Disease Control headquarters. They're going to vote on how to allocate the initial supplies. Of a covert 19 vaccine once it's approved for emergency use by the Food and Drug Administration. Now Philadelphia has its own distribution plan, ready to go, and as we hear from our city Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe That plan is seen as a model for other cities. Philadelphia has two assets that will serve it well in the gargantuan task of vaccinating the city. One is a robust entrusted health system that encourages immunization and a vaccine registry that Deputy Health Commissioner Carolyn Johnson says shows the health Department where there are gaps in who's getting immunized. We will do outreach into specific community that will come in handy since the vaccines most likely to get approval first require two doses, though Dr Johnson says the plan is to give everyone their follow up. Appointment when they get their first shot. Philadelphia was the on Lee City. The CDC consulted for a pilot planning program, Dr Johnson says. It explained it will need more of the vaccine because of the sheer number of health care workers but that it can then ship to smaller sites from its own stockpile. Not something that's gonna happen of the state because geographically they can't redistribute a vaccine across You know 500 Miles, he says The Health department is already working with local health systems to make sure their staff are ready to receive the vaccine as soon as it becomes available. Pat Lobe K Y. W News radio If you traveled over the Thanksgiving.

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Fresh update on "city hall bureau" discussed on KYW 24 Hour News

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00:58 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "city hall bureau" discussed on KYW 24 Hour News

"Now the latest from K Y W News radio. Well, most of us are getting back to our routines after a long holiday weekend after Thanksgiving, and Kay, what abuse came Global's tells us that if you traveled over the long weekend and spent the holidays with people outside of your immediate household Your plans should include getting a covert test. Carolinian, one of the nation's top covert expert, says she knows people were probably not following all of the code protocols over the holiday, especially gathered with family and friends. Dr. Deborah Burkes, coordinator of the White House Coronavirus Task Force says if you traveled, assume you were exposed and get tested. He says young people should wait 5 to 10 Days look for symptoms and then get tested over 65, Burke says. If you show any symptoms, you should be tested immediately, she says. The sooner treatment start the better. Burkes expects covert cases to go up by 34 even 10 Times Post holiday, But she says, there is good news. What we do know works is mass mandates mass requirements in states that did those or mayors are counties that did that. We can see a really significant difference in not only cases but hospitalizations and fatalities. Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware all have masked mandates in place for public spaces. Carol Ian. All right, Thank you. Kim 7 36 Medical and Public Health Advisors will need it. The Centers for Disease Control tomorrow in Atlanta to vote on how initial supplies of a covert vaccine will be allocated once it's approved for emergency use by the FDA. City Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe reports. Philadelphia has its own distribution plan ready to go, and it's seen as a model for other cities. Philadelphia has two assets that will serve it well in the gargantuan task of vaccinating the city. One is a robust entrusted health system that encourages immunization and a vaccine registry that Deputy Health Commissioner Carolyn Johnson says shows the health Department where there are gaps and who's getting immunized. We will do outreach into specific community that will come in handy since the vaccines most like To get approval first require two doses, though Dr Johnson says the plan is to give everyone their follow up appointment when they get their first shot. Philadelphia was the on Lee City. The CDC consulted for a pilot planning program, Dr Johnson says. It explained it will need more of the vaccine because of the sheer number of health care workers but that it can then ship to smaller sites from its own stockpile. That's not something that's gonna happen in this state because geographically they can't redistribute a vaccine across You know 500 Miles, he says The Health department is already working with local health systems to make sure their staff are ready to receive the vaccine as soon as it becomes available, Pat Lobe K Y. W News radio Sections of public parks across Philadelphia are going to be closed overnight starting tomorrow night so sharpshooters can begin thinning the deer population. Kay what abuse Marc Abrahams joining us this morning with more on a hunt that Has been held on an annual basis for more than 20 years now. Good morning, Mark. Morning, Carol, the U. S Department of Agriculture has been bringing in the hired guns in 1999. Now they'll be operating between 8 P.m. and 6 A.m. and selected parks and among them Cobbs Creek Park. Penny Paige Park, Fairmont Parking. FDR Park. Allen joined Villas, a spokesman for the Philadelphia Department of Parks and Recreation, he says no pedestrian and vehicle traffic is gonna be allowed in the park during the time that the hunters are there, Joinville says thinning the deer herd also is going to help cut down the number of collisions between vehicles and the deer running across park roads. Venice. Enter the deer meat to a cow is going to be donated to local nonprofits and food banks throughout the region in the Philadelphia area, and that is certainly a much needed help there because they're being stressed to the brink right now. Thanks, Mark 7 39. Right now. We got problems on 95 South bound right below the Commodore Barry. We'll check in with the traffic center. Just a few minutes. Okay? Y W news radio. Have you heard were on one of 39 f f minus the static people everywhere Want answers? Critics are calling Stephen Colbert, the hottest late night host Boom bombshell. Riveting watch What gripping television? Wow, a beacon of hope in humanity. I'm so excited that I'm not getting any of the sleep I normally don't get and they can't get enough of him. Right now. I'm more sour dough than man at this point is that way, I always want to poke your belly to hear you giggle The late.

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Fresh update on "city hall bureau" discussed on KYW 24 Hour News

KYW 24 Hour News

00:55 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "city hall bureau" discussed on KYW 24 Hour News

"Now Philly has its own distribution plan, ready to go. As we hear from K Y W. City Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe it's seen as a model for other cities. Philadelphia has two assets that will serve it well in the gargantuan task of vaccinating the city. One is a robust entrusted health system that encourages immunization and a vaccine registry that Deputy Health Commissioner Carolyn Johnson says shows the health Department where there are gaps and who's getting immunized. We will do outreach into specific community that will come in handy since the vaccines most likely to get approval first require two doses. The doctor Johnson says the plan is to give everyone their follow up appointment when they get their first shot. Philadelphia was the on Lee City. The CDC consulted for a pilot planning program, Dr Johnson says. It explained it will need more of the vaccine because of the sheer number of health care workers but that it can then ship to smaller sites from its own stockpile. That's not something that's gonna happen in this state because geographically they can't redistribute of vaccine across You know 500 Miles, she says The Health department is already working with local health systems to make sure their staff are ready to receive the vaccine as soon as it becomes available. Pat Lobe K Y..

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Fresh update on "city hall bureau" discussed on KYW 24 Hour News

KYW 24 Hour News

00:52 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "city hall bureau" discussed on KYW 24 Hour News

"Is expected to nominate Janet yelling for Treasury secretary, the first woman in history to lead the department. CBS News has also learned. He is expected to nominate Cecilia Rouse to chair the Council of Economic Advisors and Neera Tanden to service White House budget director Both would be the first women of color in those roles if confirmed. Abide in transition office announced seven high level communications appointments that are all being filled by women. They include Kate Bedingfield, who was Biden's deputy campaign manager as White House communications director and gin up Masaki as a White House press secretary. She was a White House communications director. During the Obama administration. The president elect will be wearing a boot on his right foot for the next several weeks. He suffered a hairline fracture while playing with his dog Major and Rehoboth Beach on Saturday, saw an orthopedist yesterday afternoon. The FDA emergency use approval for Fizer Cove in 19 vaccine could come as early as next week and then begins a colossal task of district distributing distributing it. Okay, one of you, City Hall bureau chief. Lope tells us that filly already has a leg up on that process. Philadelphia is one of only five cities in the sea DCs jurisdictional plan for vaccine distribution and was the on Lee won in a pilot to help other members develop their plans. Deputy Health Commissioner Carolyn Johnson says the department brought insight into what urban areas will be addressing me deserve diverse communities about the messaging would not be the same for every community and that the willingness to take vaccine may be different across different communities. Dr Johnson says. The city also Made the CDC aware of the staggering number of frontline workers in Philadelphia's healthcare system, so the vaccine is apportioned to cover all of them for the visor vaccine with its sub zero packaging requirements, she says, that actually offers an advantage they can on Lee ship this vaccine to a limited number of states. It comes in very large counts of vaccine doses, almost 1000 have to be shipped to one site. We're going to accept the vaccine for the smaller sites, and we will redistribute the vaccine when they needed. The advisory Committee on Immunization Practices, meets tomorrow to vote on a distribution plan. Pat Loeb killed YW news radio. 507 coronavirus cases are still surging across the US many people went home for the Thanksgiving after the Thanksgiving holiday, and health officials are worried the situation will get worse before it begins to improve. CBS News correspondent Nancy Chen is the latest from New York with daily death toll's rising rapidly November brought about one million new coronavirus cases each week. We're entering into what's really a precarious situation, White House task Force coordinator Dr Deborah Berke. Says there's also concern recent improvements in the Northern Plains states will be reversed. We're entering this post Thanksgiving surge with 34 and 10 times as much disease across the country, Michigan bring third and the number of covert 19 deaths last week with Detroit hospitals nearing 90% capacity. Current rates roughly 114 Americans test positive for Covert 19 every minute and 65 Americans die from it every hour. In parts of Europe were beginning to reopen After weeks of lockdown. CBS News correspondent Elizabeth Palmer tells us that no matter how much people may dislike the covert restrictions they are working. She's reporting from London, Paris's main department store reopened after a month with an ovation for returning customers. Some sectors will remain mothballed. Ski Hills, for example, aren't dude open until January,.

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Penn to donate $100 million to the School District of Philadelphia for environmental repairs such as asbestos

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01:16 min | Last week

Penn to donate $100 million to the School District of Philadelphia for environmental repairs such as asbestos

"The University of Pennsylvania has pledged to give $10 million a year to the Philadelphia school district. For the next 10 years. That's the largest gift in the school district's history. Cave RW City Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe reports of a be used to address environmental issues in school buildings. Pen President Amy Gutman says she sees the total $100 million contribution, having both an immediate impact on student and staff health. And a long term value by enabling the school district in the school board to move forward with the rest of their agenda for education, which you can't do without public health and safety. District spokesperson Monica Lewis is the gift will go a long way to containing lead paint and asbestos, which is present throughout most of the district's 257 schools. Some of which date back to the 19th century. It was very tremendous gift and we're very grateful for 10 Support Council member Helen Gim, a public school advocate. Welcome to the gift and ought to be commended for taking this first step forward but most importantly for focusing its investment on the condition of our schools, says she hopes other nonprofit institutions which don't pay taxes to the district will follow pens lead. The district estimates it would take $4.5 Billion to fully address its capital

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Pennsylvania National Guard Remains In Philadelphia Following Days Of Unrest

KYW 24 Hour News

01:21 min | Last month

Pennsylvania National Guard Remains In Philadelphia Following Days Of Unrest

"Tala. Here's what's happening. For the second of five nights following the deadly police shooting of a black man in Cobbs Creek. Philadelphia is under a citywide curfew, traffic closures as well in center city. The Pennsylvania National Guard deploys to Philadelphia to protect people and property after city leader's request the assistance and and the city and the family of Walter Wallace Jr decide to delay until the day after the election next Wednesday, the release of the body cam video of police shooting and killing him. In West Philly more on that now from K Y W. City Hall bureau chief Pattillo Mayor Jim Kenney says he, the district attorney, the police commissioner and the family have agreed that the delay is in the best interest of the city and its residents. As you know, Philadelphians were experiencing an immense amount of pain. A significant unrest persist throughout the entire city. The collective hope of our local government in the Wallace family. Is that releasing the recordings on November 4th. We provide enough time to calm tensions and for the recordings to be released in the most constructive manner possible, he says. The video and the tape of the 911 call that brought the officers to Wallace's home will be released at the close of business Wednesday. He declined further explanation of the timing. The Fraternal Order of Police would like the video and 9 11 tape to be released immediately. Union President John MCM SB says he's reviewed it and says it shows officers following department training and protocols. He says it's

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More looting hits Philadelphia despite curfew

KYW 24 Hour News

01:20 min | Last month

More looting hits Philadelphia despite curfew

"Mayor, Jim Kenney imposed a curfew last night that expired in the wee hours this morning, inspired at 6 A.m. open to quell the looting and violence that has rocked the city for the past two nights that might mention then he's also asked the governor to send the National Guard this weekend. The looting follows the police killing of Walter Wallace. But we here now I'm kw City Hall Bureau chief Pat Lobe officials don't consider it part of the protest. These folks are no way honoring the memory of Walter Wallace Jr. Mayor Kenny sees the looters as opportunists, exploiting the anguish over Wallace's death, not only harming many retail businesses that have struggled in the midst of the pandemic. We're doing a great disservice that many others want to exercise their First Amendment rights by protesting. They're also harming the police department's ability to respond to emergency, says Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw as officers are diverted to control, looting and vandalism. Comes out across. It's something that we have to balance each and every time we've done it the last couple of nights. The city's already received help from state police and Chester County. If the looting doesn't stop the National Guard will arrive Friday. With more coming on Saturday. Police have made 170 arrests, including assault on police officers, Outlaw says officers have been hit with bricks. And what looks like blood. These air folks that are intentional. The one hurt us, but also do everything that they can to try to demean or demoralize us. She says. She doesn't know who they are or how they're being organized

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More looting hits Philadelphia despite curfew

KYW 24 Hour News

00:59 min | Last month

More looting hits Philadelphia despite curfew

"Is expected to be in Philadelphia tomorrow, requested by Mayor Kenny and called in by Governor Wolf. One of the tactics they're using, along with last night's curfew to try to put a stop to the looting and violence following the police killing of Walter Wallace, but is our city Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe tells US officials don't consider That looting and violence part of the protest. These folks are no way honoring the memory of Walter Wallace Jr. Mayor Kenny sees the looters as opportunists, exploiting the anguish over Wallace's death, not only harming many retail businesses that have struggled in the midst of the pandemic, we're doing a great disservice that many others want to exercise their First Amendment rights by protesting. They're also harming the police department's ability to respond to emergency, says police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw. As officers are diverted to control, looting and vandalism that comes out of costs. It's something that we have The balance each and every time we've done it the last couple of nights. The city's already received help from state police and Chester County. If the looting doesn't stop, the National Guard will arrive Friday with more coming on Saturday at City Hall.

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A behind-the-scenes look at how mail-in ballots are processed

KYW 24 Hour News

01:10 min | Last month

A behind-the-scenes look at how mail-in ballots are processed

"Is goingto have most of its regular polling places back up and running on election day, and it may have a record number of poll workers have staff them. That is not what they expected, as we hear from K Y W. City Hall bureau to pot lobe covered 19 took a toll on the June primary, slashing the number of polling places and poll workers. But commissioner Al Schmidt says 85% of last year's polling places are once again available, and the commission has hired more than 7500 workers and expects to hire 900 more. He says. Normally, there are just under 8000 poll workers for a general presidential election This year, the city got nearly 20,000 applications That's really terrific to see people willing, TTO essentially volunteer For 14, or more hours hours on on on Election Election Election Election Day Day Day Day to to to to help help help help their their their their friends friends friends friends and and and and neighbors neighbors neighbors neighbors vote. vote. vote. vote. The The The The commission commission commission commission will will will will open open open open two two two two more more more more full full full full service service service service satellite satellite satellite satellite offices offices offices offices this this this this week week week week for for for for a a a a total total total total of of of of 11 11 11 11 and and and and plans plans plans plans for for for for six six six six more. more. more. more. It's also put drop boxes for mail in ballots at City Hall, and it's Spring Garden office and is looking for other locations that filled the video surveillance requirements. So far the commission has received in process more than 363,000 mail in an absentee ballot applications at City Hall,

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Agreement reached to end homeless encampment in Philadelphia

KYW 24 Hour News

00:56 sec | Last month

Agreement reached to end homeless encampment in Philadelphia

"The encampment on the bed. Franklin Parkway in Philadelphia's Fairmount section is going to disband peacefully. KOW City Hall Bureau chief Pat Lo tells us. The city has reached an agreement with camp organizer's city officials say the protesters who led the encampment have agreed to fold up their tents and clear an athletic field on the parkway. By the end of the week and exchange, the city and the Philadelphia Housing Authority will gradually transfer 50 vacant properties to a land trust controlled by the protest organizers. 10 within five days of the campers moving out and 40 more over the next six months. A statement from organizer JonBenet says she's proud of the agreement and happy to move from protest to partner Mayor Jim Kenney says he's pleased with the agreement and thanked Parkway neighbors for their patients. The encampment went up in the midst of civil unrest. In June, the city threatened to evict the camper several times, but they refused to leave. At one point, taking over the traffic lanes on 22nd Street and show of defiance, But to the officials were determined to end the protest without

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City of Philadelphia, Parkway encampment leaders reach agreement

KYW 24 Hour News

01:33 min | Last month

City of Philadelphia, Parkway encampment leaders reach agreement

"Surrounding the encampment in the city that's been along the parkway since June. Joining us live now is City Hall Bureau chief Pat Lowe, Pat with the latest Denise. The city officials are announcing that they've reached an agreement with the encampment organizer's for a peaceful resolution of the encampment. By the end of this week, the encampment organizer's have agreed to pack up and go in exchange for The transfer of 50 vacant properties to land trust that they will control. They'll be gradually handed over to the trust 10 within five days of the campers moving out and 40 more over the next six months, said the officials say they'll also develop Other housing alternatives that will provide another 80 beds for people and with a priority to those in the encampment. Mayor Jim Kenney says he's pleased with the agreement. He thanked the parkway neighbors for their patients. As you said, that has been on that athletic field along the parkway since June, the city threatened to evict camper several times. But they refused to leave. At one point, they took over the traffic lane, the 22nd street in a show of defiance, But city officials say they were determined to end the protest without violence, and they have done so. Denise. TATLOW reporting about an agreement between the city and the encampment that they'll be moving out by the end of the week with 50 vacant properties handed over to campers with another 40 coming in the next six months, Pat Lowe reporting Thank you. It's 7

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Philadelphia judge rejects Trump's poll-watcher lawsuit

KYW 24 Hour News

01:10 min | Last month

Philadelphia judge rejects Trump's poll-watcher lawsuit

"Has ruled against of the Trump campaign, denying a request to put poll watchers in the cities a satellite election offices. KOW City Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe reports. The judge agreed with the city that the offices are not polling places. Judge Gary Glaser says the offices don't fit either the time or geographic limitations for polling places in the state election code that is on election day in and for a specific voting district. Nor, he says, are the functions of polling places performed there. No opening counting. A recording of ballots. Bessie says allowing Paul watchers were state law makes no provision for them would be the worst sort of judicial activism usurping the legislative function. The ruling is a victory for the city commissioners, who opened the offices to ease getting in returning male and ballots in light of their unexpected popularity due to the cove it 19 pandemic and to reassure voters in light of the president's repeated attacks on male and voting. The commissioners are allowing Onley voters conducting business inside the offices. They say they're pleased with the decision and we'll welcome poll watchers on Election Day. In the meantime, Judge Glaser recommended the Trump campaign except the commissioner's offer to tour the offices. But not to linger, Pat Lobe K Y.

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Judge rejects Trump campaign request for access to Philadelphia voter offices

KYW 24 Hour News

01:12 min | Last month

Judge rejects Trump campaign request for access to Philadelphia voter offices

"Against the Trump campaign. Denying a request to put poll watchers in the city's new satellite election offices are City Hall Bureau chief Pat Lobe reports. The judge agreed with the city. The offices are not polling places. Judge Gary Glaser says the offices don't fit either the time or geographic limitations for polling places in the state election code that is on election day in and for a specific voting district. Nor, he says, are the functions of polling places performed there. No opening, counting or Courting of ballots. Bess, he says allowing Paul watchers were state law makes no provision for them would be the worst sort of judicial activism usurping the legislative function. The ruling is a victory for the city commissioners, who opened the offices to ease getting in returning mail in ballots in light of their unexpected popularity due to the cove it 19 pandemic and to reassure voters in light of the president's repeated attacks on male and voting. The commissioners are allowing Onley voters conducting business inside the offices. They say they're pleased with the decision and we'll welcome poll watchers on Election Day. In the meantime, Judge Glaser recommended the Trump campaign except the commissioner's offer to tour the offices. But not to linger. Pat Lobe K Y W News radio. So what poll

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New poll shows COVID-19 had major impact on most Philadelphia residents

KYW 24 Hour News

01:12 min | Last month

New poll shows COVID-19 had major impact on most Philadelphia residents

"Than half of us in Philadelphia knows someone who tested positive for covert 19 nearly a quarter know someone who died from the virus. Those were among the new findings in a new survey from the Pew Trusts Philadelphia Research Project. As we hear from our city Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe. The polls sought to measure the pandemics impact on Philadelphians and found it was extensive 90% of City residents say it's had an impact. Two thirds describe it as a major impact, almost half have faced financial challenges from falling behind on bills to having trouble paying for food or medicine. Senior adviser Larry Ical says it confirms what other studies have shown. A lot of the impacts have been felt more heavily by black and Hispanic softens. The poll also Explored police community relations to get a read on opinions about defunding the police a phrase open to interpretation. It asked whether the police force should be reduced. Only 14% of Philadelphians want a smaller police force Only 6% of blacks, one of smaller, the mayor's policy director, Ma reporter says the pole affirms the city's efforts to support residents with food and housing assistance. There's nothing we think immediately we need to do differently. I think we just need to do more all the

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Philadelphia Election Day task force goes into operation

KYW 24 Hour News

01:03 min | Last month

Philadelphia Election Day task force goes into operation

"27 days now before the presidential election, and the Philadelphia District attorney's office has launched its Election day task force. It's designed to respond to voter complaints and is especially concerned about voter intimidation as we hear from our city Hall bureau chief Pat Pat Lope Lope de de a a Larry Larry Krasner Krasner says says Assistant Assistant prosecutors prosecutors enthusiastically enthusiastically volunteered volunteered to to staff staff the the hotline hotline normally normally a a one one day day commitment commitment from from now now until until November November 3rd. 3rd. He He says says he he expanded expanded the the operation operation in in response response to to new new challenges, challenges, early early locations locations where where people people can can vote. vote. Mail Mail in in ballots ballots and, and, of of course, course, extremists extremists who who are are making making some some extreme extreme comments. Concerns about voters being scared off by fears for their ballots and their own security has been heightened since last week's presidential debate when Donald Trump called on supporters to show up at polling places and specifically mentioned Philadelphia Krasner emphasize that voter intimidation is the third class felony in Pennsylvania, punishable by seven years in prison. I don't think they're even gonna try, and I think that that is a wonderful thing. The hotline is to 156 8696 for one

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Gov. Wolf increases crowd limits for most of Pennsylvania, but guidelines under review in Philadelphia

KYW 24 Hour News

01:10 min | Last month

Gov. Wolf increases crowd limits for most of Pennsylvania, but guidelines under review in Philadelphia

"Officials declined to commit to the governor's new guidelines on large gatherings based on the size of the gathering place rather than a specific number. Cable W. City Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe reports. A plan to announce next week whether they'll go along with those new rules. Mayor Kenny says Philadelphia has different issues and challenges than anywhere else in the state. When the governor and folks we're getting pressure from legislators and others to open up Mauritz coming from areas that are experiencing the type of infection that we're experience, and when you're making decisions based on people's health and life and death, you better make sure you're right or at least reasonably right before you jump in. The decision is complicated by a recent rise in new cases where they've been averaging under 100. For two weeks. They're back up to 110 a day with a higher percentage of tests coming back Positive. Health Commissioner Tom Farley says that's cause for concern. The reasons for this increase in case activity is not entirely clear. He says there continue to be clusters near colleges but also among other age groups and in other areas such as the Northeast. As for his own exposure to the virus. Mayor Kenny says he never developed symptoms but remains in quarantine while he awaits the results of his second test, Pat

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Philadelphia Officials Respond To Trump Campaign’s ‘Baseless’ Lawsuit Trying To ‘Tie The Election Up In The Courts’

KYW 24 Hour News

01:11 min | 2 months ago

Philadelphia Officials Respond To Trump Campaign’s ‘Baseless’ Lawsuit Trying To ‘Tie The Election Up In The Courts’

"Officials dismisses baseless A trump campaign lawsuit that's each toe access to monitor the newly open satellite election officers, K Y. W. City Hall Bureau chief Pat Lobe reports. The officers have been very popular in the first week today, really voting activist Nika work was encouraging the steady stream of people going in and out of the satellite office in City Hall, some to register to vote some to request a mail in ballots him to drop the ballots off some to do all three. I just think that like it's really important that I get my vote in it. As early as I possibly can. I don't trust the male opinion I don't want to get this feels so motivated to the offices are the Trump campaign lawsuits target on the grounds that people claiming to be poll watchers were turned away. When the office is open Tuesday. The city's law department says it will defend that decision. A city commission chair at least a deal, he explained Wednesday. They are not polling locations. Poll watchers are on Ly appointed at polling locations and they're not pulling with the president himself. Elf attacked the offices in Tuesday's debate, saying bad things happen in Philadelphia in a normal presidential year, Philadelphia delivers about half a million votes for the Democratic nominee at City

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Laptop, USB drives stolen from elections warehouse in Philadelphia's East Falls section

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01:08 min | 2 months ago

Laptop, USB drives stolen from elections warehouse in Philadelphia's East Falls section

"Police are investigating a burglary at an election board warehouse in East Falls. A laptop and encrypted USB drives were stolen Tuesday night Y W. City Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe reports. Officials are trying to reassure voters it won't affect the presidential elections. City commissioners issued a statement saying the stolen laptop did not have any election material on it and is not able to program files for voting machines. They added, has security features to prevent unauthorized access, and the user account has been disabled. They did not disclose what is on the USB drive, saying they were unable to provide further detail since it's an ongoing police investigation, Mayor Kenny says he committed the police resources necessary to find the perpetrators and enhance security at the warehouse. Both he and the commissioner's insists this hasn't compromised the November 3rd election. A burglary appears to have been carried out about the time that President Donald Trump during a debate with Democratic nominee Joe Biden was casting doubt on the city's election, saying bad things happen in Philadelphia. Commissioners denounced the criticism, and some voters at the city's satellite election offices said it motivated them to vote early.

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Laptop, USBs stolen from Philadelphia election machine warehouse

KYW 24 Hour News

01:11 min | 2 months ago

Laptop, USBs stolen from Philadelphia election machine warehouse

"Officials are trying to reassure voters after the theft of a laptop and USB drives from a warehouse in east Falls were voting machines are kept. Here's K Y W. City Hall bureau chief Pat Lobes stolen laptop belonged to an employee of the election machine manufacturer S and s. According to a company spokesperson. She says the laptop did not hold any sensitive election materials was not used to Oh, Graham the machines or interact with the U. S bees. The USB, she says are encrypted and contain multiple levels of security. Nonetheless, the city commissioners say they're rechecking the seals on all the voting machines that have already been tested. They say they're confident the incident won't in any way compromised the integrity of the election. Mayor Kenny adds, It should not deter Philadelphians from voting. Far from having confidence in the security of the election. The timing of the break in though, is uncanny. Police say it was Tuesday night, which is also when President Trump was saying bad things happen in Philadelphia in relation to the election. During his debate with Democrat Joe Biden, the president was referring to the integrity of satellite voting offices, though commissioners say those remains secure ballots cast there are transported by sheriff's deputies to a central location at the end of every day,

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Laptop, Encrypted USB Drives Stolen From Philadelphia Election Machine Warehouse: Officials

KYW 24 Hour News

01:10 min | 2 months ago

Laptop, Encrypted USB Drives Stolen From Philadelphia Election Machine Warehouse: Officials

"Philadelphia officials are trying to reassure voters after the theft of a laptop and USB drives from a warehouse in east Falls were voting machines are kept. Here's K Y W. City Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe stolen laptop belonged to an employee of the election machine manufacturer S and s. According to a company spokesperson. She says the laptop did not hold any sensitive election materials was not used to program the machines or interact with the U. S bees. USB, she says are encrypted and contain multiple levels of security. Nonetheless, the city commissioners say they're rechecking the seals on all the voting machines that have already been tested. They say they're confident the incident won't in any way compromised the integrity of the election. Mayor Kenny adds, It should not deter Philadelphians from voting or from having confidence in the security of the election. The timing of the break in though, is uncanny. Police say it was Tuesday night, which is also when President Trump was saying bad things happen in Philadelphia in relation to The election. During his debate with Democrat Joe Biden, the president was referring to the integrity of satellite voting offices, though commissioners say those remains secure ballots cast there are transported by sheriff's deputies to a central location at the end of every day,

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Laptop, Encrypted USB Drives Stolen From Philadelphia Election Machine Warehouse: Officials

KYW 24 Hour News

01:12 min | 2 months ago

Laptop, Encrypted USB Drives Stolen From Philadelphia Election Machine Warehouse: Officials

"Philadelphia officials are trying to reassure voters after a laptop and USB drives were stolen from a warehouse in East Falls, where voting machines are kept. Table. W. City Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe has the story. The stolen laptop belonged to an employee of the election machine manufacturer S and s. According to a company spokesperson. She says the laptop did not hold any sensitive election materials was not used to program the machines or interact with the U. S bees. The USB, she says, are encrypted and contain multiple levels of security. Nonetheless, the city commissioners say they're rechecking the seals on all the voting machines that have already been tested. They say they're confident the incident won't in any way. Upromise thie integrity of the election, Mayor Kenny adds, It should not deter Philadelphians from voting or from having confidence in the security of the election. The timing of the break in though, is uncanny. Police say it was Tuesday night, which is also when President Trump was saying bad things happen in Philadelphia in relation to the election. During his debate with Democrat Joe Biden, the president was referring to the integrity of satellite voting offices, though commissioners say those remains secure ballots cast there are transported by sheriff's deputies to a central, Okay. A shin at the

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Philadelphia Restaurants To Increase Indoor Dining Capacity To 50% On Friday

KYW 24 Hour News

00:59 min | 2 months ago

Philadelphia Restaurants To Increase Indoor Dining Capacity To 50% On Friday

"It may be easier to get a reservation at your favorite Philadelphia restaurant this weekend as a Friday restaurants conserve at 50% of capacity instead of the current 25. There's K y W. City Hall bureau chief Pat Load for the second week. The city is averaging about 75 new covert 19 cases a day and hitting other benchmarks that health commissioner Tom Farley says warrant a scale back of the indoor dining restrictions for to know that there are no restrictions here. Masks for everyone. We're not eating and drinking and face shields for servers, tables have to be space. So they're 6 ft. Between diners and different parties and no more than four seats at the table, so only people from the same household are seated together. And I'm sorry if you have a household of five more people. You're not gonna be ableto out inside Doctor, Farley says Eating outside is still safer, he says. The Commerce Department is working with restaurants to figure out how to keep outdoor dining going as the weather gets colder and City Council has endorsed keeping the relax zoning for outdoor dining through December 2021, Pat Lobe Y W. NewsRadio, New

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02:29 min | 2 months ago

"city hall bureau" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"ABC 11th work meteorologist. Steve saw Snow with you most accurate forecast. Count on it. Mostly cloudy skies 75 degrees here in center city will drop down to the 68 for an overnight low. It's 804. City Council in Philadelphia is ready to tighten up zoning laws in society Hill even though the planning Commission opposes the idea. Some neighbors do as well as we hear from K Y. W. City Hall bureau chief bat Lo bill would limit building height in the neighbourhood southeast of Center city in some parts to just 45 ft. Limiting how much housing could be built there, and it would increase the number of required parking spaces for new development, encouraging private cars at a time when the city is trying to tackle climate change. City planner Paula Burns testified against That hearing last week, noting other drawbacks that will create unnecessary overlay restrictions Exempt one neighborhood from multiple historic preservation measures. Councilwoman Maria Koinonia Sanchez, a champion of affordable housing, also expressed reservations but voted for it in deference to its sponsor Marks Quillen, who represents the district. Even some neighbors, though, have misgivings. Harrison Finberg sites the conveniences that drew him there. Over all, the neighbors say this really is one that should be encouraging. Timber concedes That's the unpopular view in society Hill but questions whether the zoning code should be governed by what one group of neighbors prefer. I don't think that's really what buildings for Pat Lobe y. W NEWS RADIO update on Montgomery County's general election plan. Details from K Y W. Suburban Bureau chief Jim Mel word Montgomery kind of commissioner and chair of the kind of bored of Lex. Those can, Lawrence says, there will be 10 secure Ballot Drop off box is across the county completed mail in ballots and absentee ballots maybe dropped off. Starting Saturday, October 3rd and ballots placed in these secure boxes will be delivered to voter services daily. The boxes have limited hours available on the county Web site and all but one or drive up and drop off, Lawrence says. They're also opening for satellite voter services offices where people can register to vote and sign up for mail in ballots in person. And he says they're finalizing polling places for in person voting. Most polling locations are returning to their previous place, but some will have to be moved due to Kobe Lawrence says letters will be going out with updated polling information in the coming weeks at the suburban bureau Jim Mel Work K Y. W News radio New reality LIFE in a pandemic. Now the latest from K Y W News Radio America may have turned its back on the World Health Organization, but Much of the rest of the world is increasing.

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KYW Newsradio 1060

01:42 min | 2 months ago

"city hall bureau" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Tip line. It's 2157 24 10 60 in the KOW torture for our traffic Cerebro, Ramona. Thank you so much, Ryan. And now we go to the NBC 11th alert. Five day forecast. And for that we say good afternoon to Steve Sauce. The Steve like a carbon copy yesterday, another beautiful day around here. Yeah, We're not heating it. It's ah, Beautiful day outside of that deep blue sky If you fair weather clouds down across South Jersey and Delaware, but otherwise just a lot of sunshine and temperatures up around where they were yesterday mid sixties with low humidity in nice breeze. And, hey, that's the trend this evening, so no weather problems there. We're looking at temperatures, probably in the fifties by about eight o'clock this evening, so once again have a jacket around. And it's a chilly night tonight. Well, temperature 45 in center city, and we're down into the upper thirties and lower forties in many of our suburbs ahead to tomorrow. Well, we get another similar dated today. We're looking at some time, maybe a touch warmer with a high temperature of around 66. By Tuesday. We start to see some Hayes and some smoke in the sky. And that is because the Jetstream Obree bringing so that wildfire smoke from California back into the area, so some hazy sunshine. Also a warmer day 8 74 and fall begins at 9 30 on Tuesday morning Wednesday, even warmer 80 degrees with easy sunshine that he's will continue Thursday and Friday. High on Thursday in two and Friday, 79 J. Thank you so much thieves currently here in center city at 305, we have mostly sunny skies and 65 degrees and city Philadelphia is losing the man that has led the fight against the opioid crisis and other behavioral health issues as K. What of you? City Hall Bureau chief tells us he's off to another adventure Commissioner David Jones's leaving Philadelphia.

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03:49 min | 5 months ago

"city hall bureau" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Virus pandemic What you need to know from K Y W NewsRadio, both Corona virus cases surging in many states, Dr Anthony felt she told a Senate committee. He wouldn't be surprised to see 100,000 new cases a day if nothing is done to slow the spread. Hey, Y W tym Jimenez reports that would be a huge jump more than double the peak we're seeing right now. Dr Fauci and the other top U. S. Health officials who testified said big increases in places like Florida, Texas, Arizona and California are worrisome. And states that have been doing better are still vulnerable. So we're far from being out of the woods were now having 40 plus 1000 new cases a day. I would not be surprised if we go up to 100,000 day. If this does not turn around, he says. Some places not following the Corona virus task Forces recommendations when it comes to lifting restrictions has been an issue or a very hetero genius country and we had a head of a genius response and people losing sight of the importance of some measures like mask wearing the responsibility that we have both as individuals and as part of a societal effort to end the epidemic that we're all Have to play a part in that Dr Fauci is words. Public health measures shouldn't be viewed as obstruction is toe opening up, but a vehicle tow opening up. Tim Jimenez Correa, w NEWS radio Philadelphia officials are backtracking a bit on plans to reopen from the Cove in 19 shutdown because new cases of the virus are creeping up again. Hey Y W. City Hall Bureau chief Pat Lowe, reports, gyms and indoor dining Sze have been removed from the activities that can resume on Friday. Health Commissioner Tom Farley says it was a difficult decision to prolong the shutdown for Jim's and restaurants, and he understands the economic pain it's causing, but he believes it's the right thing to dio. We think it's better for us to be cautious now then, like Texas in Florida opening restaurants The city will go ahead with reopening shopping malls, libraries and museums where mask requirements could be enforced. Even casinos can reopen. With no food, drink or smoking, allowed inside and outdoor gatherings up to 50 can resume with social distancing finally made the decision when last week's new case total jumped to 740 from 725 a week before not a huge jump, but an increase where the city's target was for new cases to be decreasing. He attributes some of the increased a young people socializing and going to the Jersey Shore. The new goal for reopening gyms and endure dining is August 1st, but Farley says that could be moved up if progress is being made next month. At the same time, he says, cases rise here until it is possible that we will have to pose activities that we are currently allowing for that were starting to allow re opening Friday. Pat Lo OK y W. NewsRadio cross the River Governor Murphy defending his decision to postpone tomorrow's plan. Resumption of indoor dining Says it's an effort to stay a step ahead of the Corona virus. Why W's Mike Leonardo with the story governor, Murphy said he understands that restaurants may have stocked up on food for indoor dining on Ly to have the rug pulled out from under them. But Murphy said with Corona virus cases spiking in the rest of the country, he didn't want to run the risk of fueling a rebound in New Jersey. I have enormous sympathy for the challenges that are Restaurant tours are going through on in the thousands of dollars. I I don't take lightly for one second, but there's also 15,000 lives. We've lost that we're trying to save every single one going forward. Murphy mentioned scenes of people crowding at Bar is not wearing masks. He was asked. Why not just take action against the bars where his social distancing orders were being violated? The governor responded. Violators could lose their liquor licenses. He also said there are now 16 states on the list, from which visitors would have to quarantine of coming to New Jersey. Mike Leonardo Kois, heavily. NewsRadio, 9 39 Now Traffic's coming up next and we have some better news for you on the Scougall Expressway. Sam will have that great ahead.

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01:46 min | 6 months ago

"city hall bureau" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Would abuse city hall bureau chief Pat low fat or thanks stay with you would have been his radio so many of you without power right now we're gonna talk about that first let's go to traffic and weather the two said Stevie re some problems on the Schuylkill I heard from one person that's been stuck on the school for an hour and a half not moving well that doesn't surprise me we have trees down I have a couple of places out west bound traffic is not moving from glad when all the way into Conshohocken they let traffic just sneak by you've also got jammed traffic eastbound coming through those holes from the turnpike to get out on the seventy six and that's because of an accident in the right lane you're Gulf mills blue route for seventy six closed both directions between mid county and at the Schuylkill expressway trees down wires down and on top of a box truck we've got people walking around so definitely stay away from the blue route both directions in that area having a turnpike we've got traffic backed up both directions because of trees that are down here avoid Pennsylvania Turnpike both directions near Valley Forge also the Vine Street expressway east and west jammed the whole way can't use any of those ramps to go to center city north and south ninety five Callowhill ramps closed north ninety five accident on the Girard point bridge southbound you're really jammed up both directions of the above Broad Street because of accidents and then south on ninety five approaching Woodhaven miles of jam traffic with another crash there lots of trees wires branches all over the place in the suburbs too so be very careful if you're going out sept at Warminster Trenton fox chase Thorndale service completely suspended an hour delay on the Norristown high speed line in the K. Y. W. twenty four hour traffic center I'm Stevie ray Stevie thank you so much for so many people that really appreciate that report let's get a look at this weather what a difference an hour makes the sun I can actually see outside the studio.

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KYW Newsradio 1060

01:54 min | 9 months ago

"city hall bureau" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Pat thank your city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb joining us live and again a safe house to safe injection site will be opening plans to be open in South Philadelphia it sometime next week and still ahead we'll tell you what health officials are saying about the corona virus outbreak potential in the U. S. but first it is and we're going to get a check on traffic and weather on the two parties and a new issue now just coming into the traffic center north bound on the northeast extension between Lansdale and Quakertown you've got a vehicle fire completely engulfed in flames the left lane is blocked the fire department on the way to take care of this but again I use caution there north on the Boulevard this is north of Lansdale to vehicle fire completely in golf right now north of Lansdale for twenty two west that's jammed approaching oaks it's to the right lane construction that's gonna be out there till three o'clock in the afternoon to just get prepared for the delays there east on the Schuylkill a minor delay now between Montgomery drive and the vine expressway west on the vine you're slow from the parkway out of the school will merge west on seventy six you're slow on the ramp to the eastbound vine expressway ninety five south bound approaching the airport look out for right wing construction they are no longer causing a major backup blue route for seventy six that looks good between McDade Boulevard and Conshohocken area bridges right now okay Ben Franklin bridge west a little bit slow heading into Philadelphia to have one lane closed due to construction in New Jersey north on the forty two freeway north of the black horse pike it's emergency construction there the left lane is closed mass transit is on or close to schedule next update in less than ten minutes and Kyree Moses in the K. Y. W. twenty four hour traffic thank you kai ri and now the five day forecast it's sponsored by Max falls Ardmore in central city Toyota here's NBC ten first alert meteorologist bill Henley grace guys but a mild day today fifty six degrees.

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03:46 min | 11 months ago

"city hall bureau" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Wide of the city hall bureau chief Pat lobe report Mike paper spent twenty eight years working on the city's tax system finance director rob to bow praised his work ethic and his commitment to taxpayer services but he was frequently under fire by city council for what some members considered stealth tax increases in the form of skyrocketing assessments for residential real estate commercial property owners meanwhile successfully sued the city over their assessments and judge ordered the city in school district to return forty eight million dollars in revenue from increased assessments and order the city has appealed to Commonwealth court the city decided not to DO reassessments this year because of concerns about mistakes in the process a new computer assisted appraisal system will be launched in the spring at city hall Pat lobe K. Y. W. newsradio plant that's been illegal for half a century in this country is illegal no more we're not talking marijuana here let him in three states now have federal permission to regulate it one of them is New Jersey as we hear from K. Y. W. South Jersey bureau chief David Madden when Congress passed the farm bill in twenty eighteen hemp was reclassified as an agricultural crop but truth be told the Jersey agriculture secretary Doug Fischer says he's been planning for him in the garden state for three years now UFC eight took applications we were there at the door because we wanted to be first in first out to be able to grow application was approved along with those in Louisiana and Ohio no you can't just start growing hemp in the backyard farmers can go on line next week to apply for state permits and will have to adhere to strict guidelines to ensure that any THC levels are well below those that we turn to him in the marijuana Fisher expects ham farms in every county in the state in South Jersey David Madden KYW newsradio a malfunction a wastewater treatment plant in Delaware this week allowed partially treated waste the flow from the facility into the Lewes Rehoboth can now for about two hours on Wednesday night the plant operator claims of buildup of pressure for the malfunctions it says a new protocol will prevent it from happening again a state official says an environmental violation occurred in December when the plant was forced to skip some stages of treatment for several days last year's GM auto strike will cost the automaker almost three billion dollars despite the forty day strike by auto workers last quarter people continue to buy Chevys Buick GMC trucks and Cadillacs during the fourth quarter but that was because GM had increased inventory to dealerships ahead of the strike however because of that strike the company sold twenty five percent fewer vehicles to dealerships in the last three months of last year and that's how automakers make their money not when dealerships sell to the public so even though dealership sales went up six point three percent in the final quarter of last year GM stands to lose two point nine billion dollars in profits because of the strike I'm John soulless another Twitter cases in court a federal judge in Alabama will decide of secretary of state John Meryl can block people on his personal Twitter account or if that violates their free speech rights the suit filed by three block Twitter users Meryl's lawyers say the account is personal in July a federal appeals court ruled that president trump violated the constitution by blocking people from following his Twitter account because they criticized or mocked him Pam Coulter CBS news a mattress test let's an overnight success that story's coming up on KYW newsradio right now sports is sponsored by September the thank you for your continued support and wishing you a safe and happy new year here's Matt Marcucci the eagles.

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01:47 min | 1 year ago

"city hall bureau" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Task force so we're doing our due diligence they're doing their due diligence last meeting assaulting the talking and governmentally we're talking to people that are involved in the industry Sweeney since he got a commitment from the company executives provide ideas to address health and marketing concerns they're also looking at how other states are approaching things Sweeney is called for an outright ban on vaping statewide in South Jersey David Matt KYW news for you president trump's director of national intelligence refusing to turn over a whistled. lower complained to Congress the inspector general for the intelligence community refused to give the house intelligence committee any specifics of the whistle blower complaint that reportedly involves a promise the president made to an unidentified foreign leader committee chairman Adam Schiff is threatening legal action I don't know whether the White House isn't directly involved because we can't get an answer that question but we do know that they are making some claim that a privilege may apply well that narrows the category who may be intervening here the acting director of national intelligence is also not sharing the information and Schiff says that's unprecedented jury bowed under Washington Philadelphia city councilman Kenyatta Johnson is under investigation getting legal help and it's coming at taxpayers expense with that he Y. W. city hall bureau chief hello the city solicitor's office as fox rough child has been hired to provide councilman Johnson with legal services at the standard rate which is not to exceed two hundred twenty five dollars an hour Johnson's attorney there says the services are in reference to an investigation but declined further comment Johnson himself would not provide any details I currently don't have any comment at this current some since taxpayers are paying for.

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02:00 min | 1 year ago

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"Millie's furniture jam cam showing just a little volume on fifty five north of forty two in New Jersey mass transit no major problems in the KO W. twenty for our traffic center however the eyewitness weather five day forecast of CVS three meteorologist Katie failing are already feels like it's eighty five out their key Margie this yeah you said it were already off to is a very warm start as it stands anyway ten technically the temperatures are in the upper seventies so of course we're going to warm up very easily later on today it shouldn't be as bad but it's not really a picnic out there either your high still he's ninety one it still feels like a hundred and even though you are going to see some sun today I still have to tell you about a couple of additional thunderstorms that begin to pop up later on this afternoon and into tonight now what's good about these is that they're nowhere near as a wide spread or B. as for buster fierce as they were last night but they could still produce some drenching downpours to just keep your ears perk for thunder if you're gonna be out the heat so the main theme though we've got an excessive heat warning for the same zone as yesterday that coastal Sunday and heat advisory that we had has actually been upgraded now to a keep watch for pretty much everybody else now that's gonna go again until Sunday and it's also expanded zone even all the way up into upstate New York through the overnight we drop the seventy six the next three days are brutal tomorrow's high ninety seven Saturday a hundred even and on Sunday were all the way up to ninety nine degrees all three of those days feel well into the triple digits and all three days feature more so than anything just a pop up thunderstorm perhaps in the late day hours of Sunday now it's markedly improved by Monday still warm up to eighty eight degrees but that really is going to feel significantly cooler by comparison and currently Carolina broadcasting on spring garden he said it's muggy really warm out there feeling like eighty five will hit ninety one officially all right thanks Katie at six oh five Philadelphia will spend one hundred seventy thousand taxpayer dollars over the next three months to discourage parents from giving their kids sugary snacks a one of the city hall bureau chief Pat.

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02:53 min | 1 year ago

"city hall bureau" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"W city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb reports Bill up for voted city council this week would increase fines. For more than a dozen violation sponsor councilman marks Quillet calls it the bad behavior. Bill should make it as simple as possible for people who do the right thing. But people who do not do the right thing that bad behavior creates more congestion and makes it more unsafe city Philadelphia. So we believe by increasing these penalties. That's only hurting the people who are not abiding by the carrot laws. That includes people who double park at block traffic or who park and bus and trolley lane. So they can't pass for example, finds for those sorts of violations would go up to one hundred dollars citywide squeal amend the Bill last week to include a sunset provision in December twenty twenty so the city can evaluate whether it's been effective. Pat Loeb, KYW NewsRadio treasury department is adopted, new IRS rules, that put serious limits on a plan, New Jersey and other states wanted to use. Get around President Trump's limits on state and local tax deductions as KYW's, David Madden reports Garden State won't and battle to work around that ten thousand dollar annual cap the idea the copy, what more than thirty states. Already allows setup charitable foundations to accept those local tax payments, which would then not be subject to the federal camp. The new rules tightened that loophole significantly and New Jersey Senator Bob Menendez makes no bones about it. They're politically motivated, the administration has been doing everything can to close off, every avenue to stop New Jersey and other states, the mitigating damage from the Trump tax law that capless state local property tax deduction at ten thousand which is way below what most new Jerseyans ultimately got benefit before the lowest change. He's introduced legislation to get full salt deduction back. But admits, it'll be tough to pass several states, including New Jersey or pondering taking the issue to court jersey passed a law allowing towns through setup those charitable foundations so far, there are none anywhere. In the state. Even mountain KYW NewsRadio. Several polling companies doing work for President Trump's reelection campaign have been sack because of results that were leaked to the media dependent bad picture of the president's chances key, states polls that Mr. Trump now insists never existed in President Trump's is the numbers of great telling Fox News last week. Doing great in Pennsylvania. We're doing really good in North Carolina. Florida winning winning by a lot to do very well in Michigan. But Pennsylvania, Florida Michigan, and Wisconsin are states that the president's campaign pollsters, showed him trailing in hit head matchups with Democratic Front runner. Joe Biden, the president denied the leaked polls existed in his ABC news interview. Now, the campaign is cut ties with several polling firms on a nationwide scale of Fox News poll shows Mr. Trump behind top five democratic candidates, Biden Sanders, Warren, Harris and Buddha, judge Bob Costantini, the White House at one thirty eight KYW's..

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02:18 min | 2 years ago

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"To ninety five to ninety five southbound really jamming up now ching the white horse bike to the forty two freeway there's a broken down vehicle before forty two blocking the right lane causing the delay mass transit is on a close to schedule i'm just drop it in the trumark financial twenty four hour traffic center this is reporter's roundup wednesday moving day a pilot program on kensington avenue involving socalled tunnel people and their eviction it happened at a second location as well all preceded by a demonstration so what happened to those moved out kyw city hall bureau chief pat loeb covering this joins us that please tell us more for the month of may outreach workers had visited these these tunnel encampments on tulip street and kensington avenue and they coaxed more than one hundred people into shelter or treatment but when today's deadline came they say there were still about thirty people in the two encampments one was rose wagner who said she just wasn't ready even though she knew city workers were coming to clear the street i'm fine with that i have to be i'm just now going wherever my feet takes me wherever the lord takes me as long as i keep him i i know i'll be fine wagner and all the other stragglers were gone by noon today i out reach workers came to make a last attempt to get them to accept services then ellen i came with bins and trash bags and offered them the chance to store any belongings they wanted to salvage for thirty days and then finally police came and informed them that if they didn't leave they'd be getting citations by as each new round of workers came in to enforce this vixen more and more people left and by noon steve everybody was gone trash trucks rolled down the street and through all the chretien of mattresses and blankets and christians intense into the back of their trash truck then a street sweeper came and the you know right now you would go there and you'd never even know that these encampments were there for six months an amazing day thank you for that city hall bureau chief pat loeb for this on reporter's roundup it's on the way after us supreme court decision earlier this month made it possible state gaming regulators today took the first steps.

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02:20 min | 2 years ago

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"Program to rebuild parks rec centers and libraries is an anti poverty program so it's not just a revitalize neighborhoods it's an economic stimulus the mayor and city council both saw this as an opportunity to get more women and minorities into the building trades that white males have had death grip on since they were founded so city council kept holding the bills asking for more and more ironclad assurance that workers hired for rebuilt would get union membership so last week rebuild staff produced a signed memorandum of understanding with the building trades and council still help the bill's administration is frustrated managing director mike duper dina says they really just want to get started we have the data that we have the site selected we have to define the urgency and we have communities ready for these investments another consideration the debt service on the bond issue for this is to be paid for with soda tax revenue so the city won't issue the bonds to it has a final court decision that taxes legal but it has millions of dollars in additional funding from private donations that wanted to start spending so the program would be up and running when they got the final decision and issued the bonds well the the state supreme court hearing is already here will be held next week on whether or not that taxes legal and so far not a single project is has even gotten off the drawing board steve we'll see where it goes here thank you pat w city hall bureau chief pat loeb with us you're listening to reporter's roundup trying to go those long summer days ahead down the shore advanced to the controversy that pits smokers against nonsmokers back on the front burner could a beach smoking ban in new jersey gain some real traction now it would abuse david madden joining us on roundup david what's happening with this governors in the past steve have found one way or another either pocket veto or through working things in the legislature to block such bands in the past the best that's been done is a two state beaches have a smoking ban eighteen towns now have one in one way or another but proponents think with phil murphy in office they can really get this one past state senate president steve sweeney says if you do smoke this bill won't really be that bad against you i.

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01:50 min | 2 years ago

"city hall bureau" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Their website philip dot gov slash water steve knew there were a lot of water main breaks with six hundred that is an amazing number thank you for that or city hall bureau chief pat loeb the best of the best some of your favorite restaurants may have an even longer reservation wait time thanks to some high profile recognition they are in the running for a prestigious awards kyw sadako since joining us on roundup at just about everyone is heard about these awards steve they're called the james beard awards often considered the authors of food awards and the nomination ceremony was held in philadelphia here at park restaurant in the city is written now square neighborhood this is the final stop before the may seventh gala in chicago and yes philadelphia representative self well as a food city four restaurant professionals were nominated in four categories included veges rich landau for best chef mid atlantic zahava restaurant for best service also from pastry chef camille cogs well for rising star chef of the year and ellen yin of highstreet hospitality for best restaurant tour holding the ceremony in philadelphia is a major recognition of philadelphia's exploding foods seem and the restaurant doc here park was filled with a who's who of philadelphia's best culinary talent steve when each nominee from philadelphia was announced the crowd erupted in cheers it was a truly supportive environment and the day for philadelphia's food and beverage professionals to celebrate now last year philadelphia took home three james beard award a lot of star power there we wish them the best of luck thank you toss used the dos kuznetsov reporter's roundup forecast meteorologist kate bilo with this cape maybe a snow squall this evening that's right steve there are a couple popping up here and there they're mainly in our far north and west suburbs which is good news not seeing a whole lot drift down into the philadelphia.

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01:57 min | 2 years ago

"city hall bureau" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Break it or do something deepfelt a little bit differently a state department official says tillerson was never told why he was ousted cia director mike pompeo will take over as secretary of state trump says that he and pompeo think alike jerry bowed lender washington whether it was north korea the paris climate accord or the iran nuclear deal observers say president trump at secretary of state tillerson never seemed to be on the same page but this part of the story kenwood abused mike denardo administration officials tell cnn that president trump thought it was the right time for a transition at the state department as the us prepares for sensitive nuclear talks with north korea but penn political science professor i enlisted questions whether the final straw was rex tillerson suggesting russia was behind the attempted murder of a former russian spy in britain that was very strong stop against putin coming out of the out of the top levels of the trump administration and you have to wonder whether that was some kind of a precipitating tasting factor says it would be a good thing if new leadership means an end to the cost cutting under tillerson that has led to the departure of many of the state department's experienced staff mike denardo kyw newsradio back home philadelphia health officials are casting a wide net and their effort to prevent overdose deaths with the drive knacks alone would it be city hall bureau chief pat low post they've launched a citywide campaign to get anyone was contact with an opioid use a health department survey shows one in three adults in philadelphia used an opioid in the past year commissioner frank farley figures that means statistically just about every adult in the city has at least some contact with an opioid user so his naloxone campaign is going citywide the most rewarding thing that any of us can ever do it's a save a life of another human being today anyone in philadelphia can become a hero it's not hard so the.

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02:25 min | 3 years ago

"city hall bureau" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Reporter's round up it was a time out for some who work at least rush build world of civil and criminal justice we put it out of your cord celebrating special events that embrace both art and the law for city hall bureau chief pat loeb covering that she joins us on round up pat please tell us more well let's start with the fact that forty two percent of philadelphians don't respond to jerry summonses the courts have been trying to figure out what to do about that today's unveiling is not an answer but its share can't hurt it's a gorgeous multi layered multi panel mural depicting a classic roman blind justice figure in a quintessentially philadelphia setting some of the columns and architectural details of city hall but with roe house in the background there are also the words of the seventh amendment to the constitution guaranteeing a jury of once peers then there's a crew portrait of every day philadelphians who would make up a jury pool and then a jewelry seated at trial administrative judge jacqueline alan says it all adds up to a larger message this mural will impact teach values of participation equality and deliberation without concern to race ethnicity economic position there's also a new jury service video and the courts are going to change the way they deliver summonses moving everything on online find there's that commission that's been trying all year to figure out ways to increase jerry participation and they'll also be putting out a report in the next month or so steve so excuses for ignoring your jury duty are diminishing indeed thank you without that her city hall bureau chief pat loeb with us on reporters round up with regard now wall street the kyw business report now as we check in with jeff bellinger bloomberg business vo we do not a lot of action on the streets fever markets mixed the dow jones industrials up thirteen point twenty three thousand 342 the nasdaq is down seven the s p 500 is down one and the bloomberg kyw index is up a tenth of a percent more of the index from italy companies behind it at cbsphillycom slash business speculation continues over the next fed chair president trump said over the weekend he is considering john taylor and jerome powell land that he still likes her and chair janet yellen alop the president says he's close to a decision cisco systems us.

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01:36 min | 3 years ago

"city hall bureau" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The city hall bureau the eyewitness weather five day forecast now cbs three meteorologist kate bilo this year i take the remnants of burma looked to be heading this way later this week they are indeed and now we're going to see some light showers just start to lift in starting not until tomorrow night or wednesday but then the actual center of what was once hurricane erma then we'll be a remnant low gonna drifts through late in the week it's wanna take its time moving out doesn't have a ton of heavy rain with it or at least it won't by the time it reaches our area certainly police in heavy rain of georgia northern florida right now but by the time it gets here it's just gonna bring clouds and scattered showers really through the end of the week so he's got enjoy this weather today and tomorrow before we get some of that moisture in here i tomorrow night of wednesday so tonight is said similar turned partly cloudy warmer night sixty degrees is our overnight low tonight looks like a nice day though mostly sunny a warm day with a high of eighty two and then the sun goes by the way side for a couple of days a few showers may movin as soon as tomorrow night wednesday's mostly cloudy with a few scattered showers at seventy nine degrees and we'll see scattered showers around thursday and friday as well it does say warm some of that tropical airman thing in so we'll see temperatures in the 80s thursday and friday over the weekend still keeping a chance for showers in saturday and sunday we've got to keep a close eye on jose now whose ages spinning out in the atlantic may take a past toward the east coast as we head through the weekend and into next week it track may spin at right back out to sea though that still remains to be seen something we have to watch at least for some outta precipitation dan's late in the weekend and early next week so in we've got today and tomorrow and then we're dealing with some tropical showers for the remainder of the what we can all right thanks kate thank you we'll be back to reporters round in just a.

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01:57 min | 3 years ago

"city hall bureau" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"City police officers there are city hall bureau chief pat loeb breaking it all down for she joins us on reporters round up that what do we know about this contract awarded through arbitration fop president john mcnulty says both sides got some but not all of what they want it we need arcade as well as they did so i mean you win some and you lose from you don't come walk it out of a room like that not beat up a little bit but we did okay the flp walked away with ten and a half percent in raises every three years and the city got higher pension contributions the the city had wanted a twotiered system the term of art is stacked hybrid it said if you could get that from every employee union exempt and elected the pension plan would be eighty percent funded by 2030 city spokesperson line hit says this gets at there the raises she says her kind of hefty any significant economic package is gonna place a strain on the steady in the services that i can provide sale it will mean that we have to adjust and other places the city did put money in the budget for raises but she says this eats up a lot of it and there are still two contracts left steve at firefighters again and arbitrator's award and dc fortyseven whitecollar workers all right thank you pat you'll have more the story throughout the evening for city hall bureau chief pat loeb for this on the borders round hordes of advice words of inspiration for the delvius police commissioner headed to the kensington library to spend a little time with kids growing up in the middle of the opioid epidemic it will be as president joe hanson joining us in the studio with this story chris please tell us more this evening's pearson square library out in kensington is kind of a safe haven for kids in the neighborhood twins christian and christina have literally stepped overuse terribly needles in a see people overdosing in the park just to get there i said people on a bench rain needles ultima masami input needle his neck hughes kanda bleeding and they sure around here too so that's why i don't like it that's why.

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01:52 min | 3 years ago

"city hall bureau" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"And as we avoid the usual flood of campaign ads there are developments on the endorsement front in philadelphia mayor jim kelly with an announcement about the 2017 municipal both for city hall bureau chief pat loeb joining us on reported rhonda added observers expected this but you reporting there is some controversy here yes am what happened today was that the mayor endorsed democrat larry krassner for district attorney and that may not seem like news the democratic mayor endorsing the democratic da nominee but this nominee is controversial with some of the mayor's own employees the police union has endorsed the republican candidate beth grossman meals has no love for krassner who has sued the police department of reported seventy five times the mayor though says he believes krassner will be the best at balancing the rights of victims and the accused di respect the fop in respect john mccain is being they've taken a position and i respect that position but i think this is the best candidate for the city krassner as the democrat is likely to win in a landslide regardless but he welcome to the mayor's endorsement a great admirer of the courage that this mayor showed for people who did not have political power and so i am personally delighted that he would endorse the movement around criminal justice reform both men steve took shots at the president and they're prepared remarks so we know there on the same page there that i noticed in your tweet there was a certain amount of body language going on here there was but when they actually got together at the podium on the mayor said he didn't really know larry cress never before this very much but but it it seemed clear that he way said doing this only partly out of party loyalty and and really because he does favour krassner fort district attorney thank you pat earth city hall bureau chief pat loeb you're listening.

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