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Philadelphia Council committee advances bill that could turn many city streets into sidewalk cafes

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01:01 min | Last month

Philadelphia Council committee advances bill that could turn many city streets into sidewalk cafes

"Become a Philadelphia city council committee yesterday advanced a bill leading outdoor restaurant service happen almost anywhere in the city but K. Y. W. city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb reports some members made it clear they have reservations council president Darrell Clarke did not like what he saw when he drove through a popular restaurant district last weekend each other open the service based drinking and talking you will quickly be back on the road so while Clark city was all forgetting restaurants back up and running after the code nineteen shut down he wondered how the city would enforce social distancing and other regulations he and his fellow district council members like Cindy bass also feared nuisance businesses taking advantage of the new rules ranching this opportunity without having input from the district council person it's a problem the bill was amended to give council members and community groups a chance to weigh in during a three day permitting process it then passed the committee unanimously and goes to the full council Pat Loeb KYW newsradio

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Philadelphia budget hole grows to $749M as officials scramble to finalize spending plan this month

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01:06 min | Last month

Philadelphia budget hole grows to $749M as officials scramble to finalize spending plan this month

"Philadelphia's budget is a big is in even worse shape than officials projected when the mayor submitted a new spending plan six weeks ago K. Y. W. city hall bureau de Pablo tells us they're now reporting an additional one hundred million dollars in lost revenue budget director Marisa Waxman says the realty transfer taxes brought in twenty five million dollars less than expected in the sales tax fell thirty two million dollars short she says federal funding to replace lost revenue could help but so far Congress hasn't acted you can't build budgets on hope so we had to deal with the real fiscal reality Waxman says the losses take the budget deficit to seven hundred forty nine million dollars and creates a negative fund balance balance mayor mayor Kenney's Kenney's chief chief of of staff staff Jim Jim angler angler says says the the administration administration is is working working with with counsel counsel on on how how to to close close the the gap gap there's there's a a number number of of things things on on the the table table there there additional additional cuts cuts to to departments departments there there could could be a new options there could be other things that we do with those are all intact we discussed the city council as we speak council president Darrell Clarke says it's not a surprise the gap is growing but council will pass a balanced budget

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02:32 min | Last month

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"In south Philly mayor Jim Kenney has announced plans to get the public involved in the process to consider the future of the Christopher Columbus statue located in Marconi plaza on south Broad Street mayor Kenney says he believes that a public process will quote allow for all viewpoints especially those of indigenous people whose ancestors suffered under the rule of European colonizers to be considered over the weekend protesters wanted to tear down the statue because of what he represents to native Americans about a hundred people gathered around the statute saying they intended to protected from vandals no decision has been made on whether the city will remove it a boxing apparatus will be installed around the statue Tuesday in order to preserve it while the public process is carried out Philadelphia's budget is is even worse shape than officials projected when the mayor submitted the new spending plan six weeks ago a bottle you city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb reports now reporting in an additional one hundred million dollars in lost revenue budget director Marisa Waxman says the realty transfer taxes brought in twenty five million dollars less than expected in the sales tax fell thirty two million dollars short she says federal funding to replace lost revenue could help but so far Congress hasn't acted you can't build budgets on hope so we had to deal with the real fiscal reality Waxman says the losses take the budget deficit to seven hundred forty nine million dollars and creates a negative fund balance mayor Kenney's chief of staff Jim angler says the administration is working with counsel on how to close the gap there's a number of things on the table there additional cuts to departments there could be a new options there could be other things that we do with those are all things that we discussed with city council as we speak council president Darrell Clarke says it's not a surprise the gap is growing but council will pass a balanced budget as required by June thirtieth Pat Loeb K. Y. W. news radio the school district has launched a series of surveys to help determine how classes should safely resume in the fall is K. Y. W. as Mike denardo the district wants to know what's most important to parents students and school staff as a covert response plan is developed for the fall a survey on the district's website asks respondents to list what's most important such as requiring masks temperature checks modifying schedules to create smaller classes placing desks.

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Philadelphia City Council Introduces Police Reform Bills, Including 1 That Would Prohibit Chokeholds

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01:08 min | 2 months ago

Philadelphia City Council Introduces Police Reform Bills, Including 1 That Would Prohibit Chokeholds

"Desk and Philadelphia city council has gotten several bills focused on police reform and economic equity on Thursday and he came in the wake of weeks of protest of police the police killing of George Floyd Minneapolis we hear more from cable W. city hall bureau chief that will cancel president Darrell Clarke says council has heard the protesters demands and is moving swiftly with important reforms they include a charter change referendum on creating a police oversight commission a bill restoring the requirement that police officers live in the city for one year before they can be hired a new requirement that the city hold a public hearing before it could sign a labor contract with the police union and a bill to prohibit police use of chokeholds and any other physical contact the presents a risk of his sixty Asian council member Maria quinones Sanchez offered a bill to establish a nonprofit corporation called the Philadelphia poverty action fund to reduce poverty in the city and a resolution to provide five hundred million dollars for investments in housing and commercial Carter specifically targeting black communities other bills introduced at the video conference meeting would expand indigo bikeshare eliminate the property tax abatement and create a personal wealth

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Philadelphia City Council Introduces Police Reform Legislation

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00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Philadelphia City Council Introduces Police Reform Legislation

"Philadelphia city council took up several bills today aimed at police reform and economic equity after all those protests inspired by the death of George Floyd out in Minneapolis more from K. Y. W. city hall bureau chief adult council president Darrell Clarke says council has heard the protesters demands and is moving swiftly with important reforms they include a charter change referendum on creating a police oversight commission a bill restoring the requirement that police officers live in the city for one year before they can be hired a new requirement that the city hold a public hearing before could sign a labor contract with the police union and a bill to prohibit police use of chokeholds and any other physical contact the presents a risk of his

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02:08 min | 2 months ago

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"Fire mayor Jacob Frye says it's just a building we will continue to patrol the third precincts entirely we will continue to do our jobs in that area this morning on Twitter president trump called mayor fright week and threatened to send in NASA the National Guard adding when the looting starts the shooting starts that tweet was censored by Twitter which said it violated Twitter rules about glorifying violence with a little of your property owners can breathe a sigh of relief the mayor has withdrawn his request for a property tax increase to fund the school district this year K. Y. W. city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb reports accredited accredited higher than expected state funding for schools because of the revenue shortfall created by the covert nineteen stay at home order the mayor had proposed raising the school district portion of property taxes to avoid cuts in education spending but in a letter to council president Darrell Clarke he said higher state funding eliminates the need for it and mayors letter is a welcome letter clack says there was no support for the increasing council were having their own economic down turn on a very personal level mayor Kenney says while the immediate problem is solved the district still faces the deficit over the next five years that will require the city and state to address I'm telling you that unless we fund education and get our kids to a point where they can be educated and be a great resource for for employment we will never move the needle on our poverty rate Pat Loeb KYW newsradio level headed to governor wolf's desk will distribute the lion's share of Pennsylvania's federal pandemic aid money that includes hundreds of millions for nursing homes and long term living facilities K. Y. W. Harrisburg bureau chief Tony Romeo the bill sent to the governor allocated two point six billion dollars in federal cares money leading about one point three billion of that funding in reserve almost seven hundred million dollars is earmarked for nursing homes and long term living facilities Republican Jake Corman the Senate Majority Leader praised governor wall for his willingness to reach agreement with the legislature on how the money should be spent a credit to the ministration for.

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Philadelphia Mayor withdraws real estate tax hike after state covers school shortfall

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01:05 min | 2 months ago

Philadelphia Mayor withdraws real estate tax hike after state covers school shortfall

"Mayor Kenney has withdrawn his proposal for a property tax increase to fund the school district because the state legislature has agreed to higher than expected school funding K. Y. W. city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb reports he made that announcement during his covert briefing mayor Kenney sent a letter to city council president Darrell Clarke saying he requested the four percent tax increase to keep the district from having to make painful cuts that would set students back but the state funding will eliminate the district's deficit and so the tax increases not need it however he says a tax increase may be needed in the future this act of the legislature Phil to hold for this year going forward there got it more as long as I'm there I'm not stepping back allowing our kids to go through what they went through in two thousand eight nine ten Clark said the mayor's letter was welcome not sure if there was any support for this increase regardless of that letter the mayor also announced the briefing this city is almost ready to reveal guidelines for moving into the yellow face of reopening the health commissioner reported continued progress in the number of new cases and other measures toward the goal of going yellow on June

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01:56 min | 2 months ago

"darrell clarke" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Scraps a property tax increase in Philadelphia because of the new state funding for city schools the National Guard is activated in Minneapolis after the death of a black man who was pinned under the knee of a white police officer final numbers are going down for the most part one number could be a warning sign of potential trouble ninety seven mostly cloudy skies seventy two here in center city good evening Steve Tom why here's our top story at eleven a one the corona virus pandemic what you need to know from KYW newsradio Philadelphia mayor Jim Kenney withdrawing his proposal for a property tax increase to fund the school district that after the state legislature agreed to higher than expected school funding for the relief of property owners in the city K. Y. W. city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb reports the surprise announcement came during today's briefing on covert by T. mayor Kenney sent a letter to city council president Darrell Clarke saying he'd requested the four percent tax increase to keep the district from having to make painful cuts that would set students back but the state funding will eliminate the district's deficit into the tax increases not need it however he says a tax increase may be needed in the future this act of the legislature Phil to hold for this year going forward there got it more as long as I'm there I'm not stepping back and allowing our kids to go through what they went through in two thousand eight nine ten Clark said the mayor's letter was welcome not sure if there was any support for this increase regardless of that letter the mayor also announced the briefing this city is almost ready to reveal guidelines for moving into the yellow face every opening the health commissioner reported continued progress in the number of new cases and other measures toward the goal of going yellow on June fifth Pat Loeb KYW newsradio the use of hydroxy chloride could gets pulled from the government run VA hospitals across the country more on that coming down the traffic.

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02:08 min | 2 months ago

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"News and all that matters to you since radio dot com station the F. B. I.'s link last year's deadly shooting at a Florida military base to al Qaeda a missing early results from one of the vaccines being tested on coronavirus curbside pickup at stores and nonessential construction is allowed in New Jersey starting today I'm Tim Jimenez in Collingswood cloudy skies sixty two degrees in center city were heading to seventy on this Monday may eighteenth good afternoon I'm Ian bush our top story at one oh one Philadelphia's daily corona virus news briefing just under way listen live now to mayor Kenny launched its review of our proposed fiscal year twenty twenty one budget and five year plan it laid the pandemic in the resulting economic downturn the decisions that we as city leaders make are the most important was difficult the most important of our careers public service thank city council president Darrell Clarke and all the members and their staff for overcoming tremendous logistical hurdles the whole these abbreviated virtual hearings I appreciate the seriousness and open mindedness with which they are approaching this task they sell may first when I delivered the budget we must transform our priorities to best meet the needs of Philadelphians check out our most vulnerable residents under this new reality we hope that by focusing on core services maintaining fiscal stability we'll be able to rebuild as quickly as possible I look forward to further hearings and discussions with council members as construction projects start to resume across the city we also have begun to restart important infrastructure work carried out by our operating departments starting this week crews will begin milling streets in the northeast and northwest as part of our annual street paving operations although the street apartments twenty twenty paving program was delayed I cover nineteen this important work is now underway we have implemented new CDC and social distancing guidelines for city crews and contractors to make sure this work is completed safely for everyone one remind residents that's resurfacing.

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01:32 min | 4 months ago

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"Twos radio Philadelphia city council met for twelve minutes today not only was it arguably the briefest meeting in its history what was the first one conducted with most of the members calling in from home K. Y. W. city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb reports there was just one item on the agenda council unanimously passed the Kenney administration's request for eighty five million dollars to fight covert nineteen the bill was introduced just three weeks ago but council president Darrell Clarke says but the speed at which viruses moved it already seems outdated it is changed so dramatically beyond my belief so eighty five million dollars will not be all we need to get us through this Texas council will continue to meet via teleconference until the stay at home order is left at the next session is set for April sixteenth Clark says he's figuring out a way to conduct budget hearings remotely require but it's hard to have a budget by the end of may unfortunately after will be an emergency status for a long long time Pat Loeb KYW newsradio the Democratic National Committee is delaying its convention until the week of August seventeenth the move comes after prospective nominee Joe Biden said he didn't think was possible to hold the normal convention in July because of the infection the viral pandemic forcing Democrats and Republicans to take a close look at their summer conventions which typically kick off the general election season Republicans by the way expressing confidence they can pull off their convention as scheduled in late August well there's roadwork on the forty two freeway the traffic center will check that out and the rest of the roads just ahead it's nine twenty.

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Philadelphia City Council will resume meeting Thursday to appropriate $85M to address coronavirus outbreak

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01:28 min | 4 months ago

Philadelphia City Council will resume meeting Thursday to appropriate $85M to address coronavirus outbreak

"We take a look now at Philadelphia city council will meet on Thursday any other week that would be big news but they're meeting despite the restrictions in place now in the city of Philadelphia to prevent the spread of the virus they have one agenda item and one only that story for Mars city hall bureau chief hello the last time council met the Kenney administration asked him to transfer eighty five million dollars to fight the corona virus then city hall shut down and this week's meeting was canceled but council president Darrell Clarke says they can't let that bill language she added with the government this is a crisis so they'll hold a hearing on the bill on Thursday then meet just long enough to give the billets first reading they also plan to meet the following Thursday to give it final approval Clark says at least nine members will be there for a quorum public health director indicated that if we practice the appropriate social distancing in council chambers into the large faith that we will be perfectly fine members of the public though will not be allowed in Clark says the hearing and meeting will be broadcast live to conform with open meetings law and anyone who wants to testify on the bill should email their testimony to the council's clerk and it will be put in the record his email address is on our website KYW newsradio dot com Clark says council is working on technology that will allow more interaction with the public in case the situation goes on longer at city hall Pat Loeb KYW

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02:38 min | 4 months ago

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"Scholar falls bridge you do have overnight lane closures no that's going to be both ways until about six AM next update less than ten minutes I'm AT Anderson in the K. Y. W. twenty four hour traffic center now the forecast with NBC ten first alert meteorologist the suspect overnight mainly clear and cold low temperature of thirty four in center city twenties in the suburbs and for tomorrow sunshine giving way to thickening clouds it's a chilly breeze off the ocean with a high temperature of forty seven degrees Monday a mixture of rain and snow north and west or in the morning then all rain during the afternoon and evening hours as chilly day with a high temperature of forty six Tuesday partly sunny and milder high fifty eight I movie see ten first alert meteorologist Steve saw some of the most accurate forecast count on it right now it's forty five and should stay that way a partly cloudy sky the radio dot com world headquarters in center city when you need to know we've got you covered depend on KYW newsradio rethink today at eleven forty five Philadelphia city council meeting Thursday to discuss various ways of handling the covert nineteen crisis the Senate says another economic stimulus bill is on the way and recapping our top story a shelter in place has been ordered for all nine million residents of New Jersey still ahead in the next fifteen minutes good evening I'm AT one hazard Dan mica is that the editor's desk details on the shelter in place order in New Jersey all nine million residents of the garden state are being told to stay home all nonessential businesses must close their physical locations indefinitely as of at nine PM earlier tonight all gatherings including weddings parties and funerals are canceled if you do go out to get groceries or even just a breath of fresh air stay six feet apart from anyone else Pennsylvania secretary of health does the state is considering a shelter in place but there's no such order at this time Philadelphia city council will be on Thursday despite the restrictions in place to prevent the spread of the corona virus K. Y. W. city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb reports the members have one pressing item to take care of the last time council met the Kenney administration ask them to transfer eighty five million dollars to fight the corona virus then city hall shut down and this week's meeting was canceled but council president Darrell Clarke says they can't let that bill languished without a move the government this is a crisis so they'll hold a hearing.

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02:00 min | 4 months ago

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"Try and handle the city's response to the virus in numbers to the Senate moving closer towards passing the next coronavirus economic stimulus bill and recapping our top story new Jersey's governor Phil Murphy orders all residents in the state to stay at home that's because confirmed cases of the virus continued to rise there that's all ahead good evening I'm Frank during the day and mica at the editor's desk as we continue our coverage of the corona virus the city council in Philadelphia will meet on Thursday despite the restrictions in place to prevent the spread of the virus our city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb ports the members have just one pressing item to take care of the last time council met the Kenney administration ask them to transfer eighty five million dollars to fight the corona virus then city hall shut down and this week's meeting was canceled but council president Darrell Clarke says they can't let that bill language she added with the government this is a crisis so they'll hold a hearing on the bill on Thursday then meet just long enough to give the billets first reading they also plan to meet the following Thursday to give it final approval Clark says at least nine members will be there for a quorum public health director indicated that if we practice the appropriate social distancing in council chambers and to have a large space that we will be perfectly five members of the public though will not be allowed in Clark says the hearing and meeting will be broadcast live to conform with open meetings law and anyone who wants to testify on the bill should email their testimony to the council's clerk and it will be put in the record his email address is on our website KYW newsradio dot com Clark says council is working on technology that will allow more interaction with the public in case the situation goes on longer at city hall Pat Loeb KYW newsradio it's a forty seven in Washington in in government news the Senate they're moving closer toward passing the next coronavirus bill it will take a while for legal.

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01:42 min | 4 months ago

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"Have homes on the shore not to go to the New Jersey beaches to stay in their primary residence meanwhile in Pennsylvania the secretary of health Rachel Levine says that the state is discussing the idea of a shelter in place but no such order is up at this time that's all ahead the next fifteen minutes good evening I'm Jay Scott Smith and Dan mica is it the editor's desk in the Philadelphia city council is set to meet on Thursday despite the restrictions in place to prevent the spread of the coronavirus he wanted to city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb reports that members of one pressing item to take care of the last time council met the Kenney administration ask them to transfer eighty five million dollars to fight the corona virus then city hall shut down and this week's meeting was canceled but council president Darrell Clarke says they can't let that bill language she added with the government this is a crisis so they'll hold a hearing on the bill on Thursday then meet just long enough to give the billets first reading they also plan to meet the following Thursday to give it final approval Clark says at least nine members will be there for a quorum public health director indicated that if we practice the appropriate social distancing in council chambers and to have a large space that we will be perfectly fine members of the public though will not be allowed in Clark says the hearing and meeting will be broadcast live to conform with open meetings law and anyone who wants to testify on the bill should email their testimony to the council's clerk and it will be put in the record his email address is on our website KYW newsradio dot com Clark says council is working on technology that will allow more interaction with the public in case the situation goes on longer at two the hot Pat Loeb KYW newsradio and the U. S. Senate is spending the Saturday working toward passing the coronavirus economic stimulus bill it will take awhile for legal counsel to draft the final language.

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Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney delivers $5.2 billion budget proposal

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00:36 sec | 5 months ago

Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney delivers $5.2 billion budget proposal

"Philadelphia city council gave a good reception a mayor Jim Kenney is five point two billion dollar budget proposal Thursday one activist was removed from heckling the mayor during his address he wanted the city hall bureau chief at Loeb has the details the mayor managed to propose a lot of new spending for a budget with no tax increase a city funded scholarship in extra funding for community college in anti eviction program street sweeping and six day a week library service council president Darrell Clarke says he's happy to see the budgets in line with council's priority of poverty reduction throughout the speeches reference certain

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01:44 min | 5 months ago

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"With others the second person in New Jersey has come down with a likely case of the novel coronavirus this comes as the state imposes travel restrictions on of them please he Y. W. South Jersey bureau chief David Madden has the update both presented cases involve people from north Jersey they're hospitalized as the centers for disease control works to confirm the state's test results acting governor Sheila Oliver says the state workforce is now under new orders all international travel is suspended for our state work force until further notice and previously approved international travel by our state employees is canceled all domestic out of state travel on state related business must be approved by the governor's office including same day travel eleven residents have tested negative and eight others are being looked at as possible patients more testing kits were arriving in the state and they'll be used not just by the lone lab the health department operates but by independent labs once they're certified to do the testing which should come in short order in South Jersey David Madden KYW newsradio Philadelphia city council gave a good reception a mayor Jim Kenney is five point two billion dollar budget proposal Thursday one after this was removed from heckling the mayor during his address he would have used to help you achieve at Loeb has the details the mayor managed to propose a lot of new spending for a budget with no tax increase the city funded scholarship in extra funding for community college an anti eviction program street sweeping and six day a week library service council president Darrell Clarke says he's happy to see the budgets in line with council's priority of poverty reduction throughout the speeches reference.

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Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney delivers $5.2 billion budget proposal

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00:36 sec | 5 months ago

Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney delivers $5.2 billion budget proposal

"Philadelphia city council gave a good reception a mayor Jim Kenney is five point two billion dollar budget proposal Thursday one after this was removed from heckling the mayor during his address he would have used to help you achieve at Loeb has the details the mayor managed to propose a lot of new spending for a budget with no tax increase the city funded scholarship in extra funding for community college an anti eviction program street sweeping and six day a week library service council president Darrell Clarke says he's happy to see the budgets in line with council's priority of poverty reduction throughout the speeches reference

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02:51 min | 1 year ago

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"Ongoing construction and serious will be back with an update from the traffic center in a couple of minutes. Ten fifty now a popstar taking the president to task over a musical selections for rail Williams isn't happy with President Trump, and he sent a cease and desist letter to let him know for rows hit song played at a presidential rally in the mid west Saturday, just hours after the mass shooting at a synagogue in. Pittsburgh for wells legal team says it was not only poorly timed, but in violation of copyright infringement and trademark rights. Aerosmith's? Steven Tyler REM, Queen and Princess estate have objected to the president's use of their music in the past Deborah Rodriguez. CBS news dot com. The fight over temple university's proposed plan to build a one hundred. Thirty million dollar football stadium in north Philadelphia continues. Ws Antoinette Lee reports simple. Current two year lease extension at Lincoln financial field expires at the end of the two thousand nine hundred football season. But the university remained silent on where their football team will play after that. We're hearing just really the the stuff that's been reported in the media, Reverend Gregory halston leads power one of the several organizations fighting against the stadium being built in Philadelphia neighborhood here directly we continue to leave the standing invitation for temple fficials or talk with all those things as they are concerned that the university silence means they are planning to still build the stadium. Which is why they're meeting in solidarity on Tuesday city council, president Darrell Clarke has maintained that he is not supporting any stadium proposal by the university because they have not gathered the community support day. We haven't seen a single person willing to publicly stand up as supported the universities paper reported last week that officials plan to negotiate a lease extension for the Lincoln financial field with the eagles tipple would not comment on the. Details of those plants incidentally, KYW NewsRadio as breast cancer awareness month comes to an end a new campaign is aiming to educate consumers about what backers say or the health dangers of everyday products used by women KYW Sharon day Howard. Now, we know is a campaign informing women and the men who loved them about the harmful effects of some commonly used sanitary products such as napkins and tampons and Charmaine Serrano with the campaign says the very products women trust, maybe killing that products on the market have to go through a process, and in that bleaching process, the chemicals that are created many of feminist issue that Lennon baked Toronto says powerful cancer causing chemicals are used in these everyday products. Why would that be in our pay? There's now the high that's embalming fluid. So how can consumers protect themselves? Become more proactive in the products that they're using Goto, the KYW NewsRadio website to learn more about the now, we know campaign charity, Howard, KYW NewsRadio..

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02:15 min | 1 year ago

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"Trusted since nineteen ninety one. I'm Terresa more Griffin. And this is office talk interview recent tedtalk Belinda apple or that we can all become allies and supporters of co workers who are victims of micro aggression, f- ler who helps tech companies address diversity and inclusion issues advocates for allies ship at work for people who are being marginalized through micro aggression. She says that when someone interrupts another ask the interrupt or to allow the person to finish what they're saying if you witness someone being belittled say something to call attention to the inappropriate behavior say no to participating on panels that aren't inclusive mentor or sponsor someone other c is different refer someone for a job support an ally as she seeks new opportunities f- encourages companies to normalize ally. Ship. She believes that anyone with any semblance of power or position can start and help sustain a culture of inclusivity that leads to profit and growth office offices Terresa. Damore Griffin for KYW NewsRadio. Forty three degrees headed to fifty eight this afternoon the fight over temple university's proposed plan to build a one hundred thirty million dollar football stadium in north Adelphia continues. KYW's Antoinette Lee records simples current year. Lease extension at Lincoln financial field expires at the end of the two thousand nine hundred football season. But the university remained silent on where their football team will play after that. We're hearing just really the the stuff that's been reported in the media, Reverend Gregory halston leads power one of the several organizations fighting against the stadium being built in Philadelphia neighborhood here directly we continue to leave the standing invitation for temple fficials or talk with those things as they are concerned that the university silence means they are planning to still build the stadium. Which is why they're meeting in solidarity on Tuesday city council, president Darrell Clarke has maintained that he is not supporting any stadium proposal by the university because they have not gathered the community support to this day. We haven't seen a single person willing to publicly. Stand up as supported the universities paper reported last week that officials plan to negotiate a lease extension for the Lincoln financial field with the eagles. Civil would not comment on the details of those plants, incidentally, KYW NewsRadio. We'll check traffic in a minute..

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03:02 min | 1 year ago

"darrell clarke" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Nick. Overnight clear dropping a forty one Tuesday, mainly sunny seasonable and a high of fifty nine a Westchester fugitive accused of sex crimes is captured in Daytona Beach. According to the US marshals office. Investigators say the forty eight year old Shannon, Westmoreland was doing court last week to face rape charges wasn't no show and has been on the run ever since investigators say that they took him into custody Monday afternoon. Another delay in the case of Sean Kratz. The man who authorities say confessed to killing three men on a bucks county farm last summer, but then backed out of a guilty plea at the last minute. Suburban bureau chief, Jim Melwert explains Sean crutch was in court for what was supposed to be the first of three days of pretrial arguments. But instead it was announced he'd hired a new lawyer Charles peruta Philadelphia instead of arguing whether or not jersian here confession credits gave as part of what was supposed to be a guilty plea. The judge instead delayed the hearing so peruta could get up to speed prosecutor. Greg shore called the move gamesmanship pointing to the emotional anguish of the families as the process draws out. He added this will only strengthen our resolve against Mr. Kratz court appointed attorney Keith Williams is no longer on the case. He says he learned of crisis decision through an Email on Friday. We were ready to go forward damaged aircraft says he absolutely right, Dev, attorney of his own choosing rather than have someone quarter-point form. I was Mr. Frodo the best of luck 'grats along with his cousin. Cosmo DeNardo are charged with killing game. Tom mayo in March Sturgis up after lowering them to dinardo's farm under the guise of selling marijuana. He backed out of his plea deal. In may prosecutors say they plan to seek the death penalty and planned to use his confession against him DeNardo. Went through with. His plan is currently serving consecutive life sentences in doylestown, Jim Melwert, KYW NewsRadio. Mainly clear overnight and a low forty more on the fight over temples proposal to build a one hundred thirty million dollars football stadium near Philly continues. KYW's Antoinette leave explains simples current year lease extension at Lincoln financial field expires at the end of the two thousand nine hundred and football season. But the university remained silent on where their football team will play after that. We're hearing this really the the stuff that's been reported in the media, Reverend Gregory halston leads power one of the several organizations fighting against the stadium being built in Philadelphia neighborhood here directly we continue to leave. The standing invitation for temple officials talk with us. Things as they are concerned that the university silence means they're planning to still build the stadium. Which is why they're meeting in solidarity on Tuesday city council, president Darrell Clarke has maintained that he is not supporting any stadium proposal by the university because they have not gathered the community support day. We haven't seen a single person willing to publicly stand up as supported the universities paper reported last week that officials plants in a go she ate at least extension for the Lincoln financial field with the eagles. Civil would not comment on the details of those plants, incidentally, KYW NewsRadio three school superintendents are asking for a safety assessment on part of the troubled mariner east pipeline construction on the project has been halted.

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"darrell clarke" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"darrell clarke" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Clear dropping to forty one Tuesday, mainly sunny seasonable and a high of. A Westchester fugitive accused of sex crimes is captured in Daytona Beach. According to the US marshals office. Investigators say the forty eight year old Shannon, Westmoreland was doing fort last week to face rape charges wasn't no show and has been on the run ever since. Investigators say that they took him into custody Monday afternoon. Another delay in the case of Sean Kratz. The man who authorities say confessed to killing three men on bucks county farm last summer, but then backed out of a guilty plea at the last minute. Suburban bureau chief, Jim Melwert explains Sean crutch was in court for what was supposed to be the first of three days of pretrial arguments. But instead it was announced he'd hired a new lawyer Charles peruta Philadelphia instead of arguing whether or not jury should hear confession credits gave as part of what was supposed to be a guilty plea the judge instead delayed the hearing peruta could get up to speed prosecutor. Greg shore called the move gamesmanship pointing to the emotional anguish of the families as the process draws out. He added this will only strengthen our resolve against Mr. Kratz court appointed attorney Keith Williams is no longer on the case. He says he learned of crisis decision through an Email on Friday. We were ready to go forward. We understand Mr. Kraft's has the absolute right? Attorney of his own choosing. Rather than have someone quarter-point form was Mr. Frodo the best of luck. Congrats along with his cousin. Cosmo DeNardo were charged. With killing Tom mayo in March Sturgis after luring them to DeNardo his farm under the guise of selling marijuana. He backed out of his plea deal. In may prosecutors say they plan to seek the death penalty and planned to use this confession against them DeNardo. Went through with. His plan is currently serving consecutive life sentences in doylestown, Jim KYW, NewsRadio mainly clear overnight and a low forty more on the fight over temples proposal to build a one hundred thirty million dollar football stadium manure Philly continues. Ws Antoinette Lee explains simples current year lease extension at Lincoln financial field expires at the end of the two thousand nine hundred and football season. But the university remained silent on where their football team will play after that. We're hearing just really the the stuff that's been reported in the media, Reverend Gregory halston leads power one of the several organizations fighting against the stadium being built in Philadelphia neighborhood here directly we continue to leave the standing invitation for temple fficials or talk with us. Those things as they are concerned that the university silence means they're planning to build the stadium. Which is why they're meeting in solidarity on Tuesday city council, president Darrell Clarke has maintained that he is not supporting any stadium proposal by the university because they have not gathered the community support to this day. We haven't seen a single person willing to publicly stand up as supported the universities paper reported last week that officials plan to negotiate a lease extension for the Lincoln financial field. With the eagles. Tipple would not comment on the details of those plants, incidentally, KYW NewsRadio three school superintendents are asking for a safety assessment on part of the troubled mariner east pipeline construction on the project has been halted KYW's. Kim Florida's superintendents from the Downingtown area.

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"darrell clarke" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"darrell clarke" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Overnight clear dropping the forty one Tuesday, mainly sunny seasonable and a high of. A Westchester fugitive accused of sex crimes is captured in Daytona Beach. According to the US marshals office. Investigators say the forty eight year old Shannon, Westmoreland was doing fort last week to face rape charges wasn't no show and has been on the run ever since. Investigators say that they took him into custody Monday afternoon. Another delay in the case of Sean Kratz. The man who authorities say confessed to killing three men on a bucks county farm last summer, but then backed out of a guilty plea at the last minute. Suburban bureau chief, Jim Melwert explains Sean Croats was in court for what was supposed to be the first of three days of pretrial arguments. But instead it was announced he'd hired a new lawyer Charles peruta Philadelphia instead of arguing whether or not Jewish and hear confession crafts gave as part of what was supposed to be a guilty plea. The judge instead delayed the hearing so peruta could get up to speed prosecutor. Greg shore called the move gamesmanship pointing to the emotional anguish of the families as the process draws out. He added this will only strengthen our resolve against Mr. Kratz court appointed attorney Keith Williams is no longer on the case. He says he learned of crisis decision through an Email on Friday. We were ready to go forward. And we understand Mr. Kraft's has the absolute right, Dev, attorney of his own choosing rather than have someone quarter-point forum. I wish Mr. Puerto the best of luck. Congrats along with his cousin. Cosmo DeNardo are charged. With killing Tom mayo in March Sturgis after luring them to dinardo's farm under the guise of selling marijuana. He backed out of his plea deal. In may prosecutors say they plan to seek the death penalty and plan to use his confession against him DeNardo. Went through with. His plan is currently serving consecutive life sentences in doylestown, Jim Melwert, KYW NewsRadio. Mainly clear overnight and a low forty more on the fight over temples proposal to build a one hundred thirty million dollar football stadium. Manure Philly continues. KYW's Antoinette lean explains simples current two year lease extension at Lincoln financial field expires at the end of the two thousand nine hundred and football season. But the university remained silent on where their football team will play after that. We're hearing this really the the stuff that's been reported in the media, Reverend Gregory halston leads power one of the several organizations fighting against the stadium being built in Philadelphia neighborhood here directly we continue to leave the standing invitation for temple fficials or talk with us those things they are concerned that the university stylus means they are planning to still build the stadium. Which is why they're meeting in solidarity on Tuesday city council, president Darrell Clarke has maintained that he is not supporting any stadium proposal by the university because they have not gathered the community support. To this day. We haven't seen a single person willing to publicly stand up and supported the universities paper reported last week that officials plants in a Goshi eight at least extension for the Lincoln financial field. With the eagles. Tipple would not comment on the details of those plants, incidentally, KYW NewsRadio three school superintendents are asking for a safety assessment on part of the troubled mariner east pipeline construction on the project has been halted KYW's Clovis superintendents from the Downingtown area.

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"darrell clarke" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"darrell clarke" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Clear dropping a forty one Tuesday, mainly sunny seasonable and a high of. A Westchester fugitive accused of sex crimes is captured in Daytona Beach, forty to the US marshals office. Investigators say the forty eight year old Shannon Westmoreland was doing court last week to face rape charges wasn't no show and has been on the run ever since. Investigators say that they took him into custody Monday afternoon. Another delay in the case of Sean Kratz. The man who authorities say confessed to killing three men on a bucks county farm last summer, but then backed out of a guilty plea at the last minute. Suburban bureau chief, Jim Melwert explains Sean crutch was in court for what was supposed to be the first of three days of pretrial arguments. But instead it was announced he'd hired a new lawyer Charles peruta Philadelphia instead of arguing whether or not Jewish here confession crafts gave as part of what was supposed to be a guilty plea the judge instead delayed the hearing peruta could get up to speed prosecutor. Greg shore called the move gamesmanship pointing to the emotional anguish of the families as the process draws out. He added this will only strengthen our resolve against Mr. Kratz court appointed attorney Keith Williams is no longer on the case. He says he learned of crisis decision through an Email on Friday. We were ready to go forward. We understand Mr. Kraft's has absolutely right. Paternity zone. Choosing rather than have someone quarter-point form mister Puerto the best of luck. Congrats along with his cousin. Kuzma DeNardo are charged with killing Carro. Tom mayo and March Sturgis after luring them to dinardo's farm under the guise of selling marijuana. He backed out of his plea deal. In may prosecutors say they plan to seek the death penalty and planned to use his confession against him DeNardo. Went through with his plan is currently serving consecutive life sentences in doylestown, Jim Melwert, KYW NewsRadio. Mainly clear overnight and a low forty four on the fight over temples proposal to build a one hundred thirty million dollar football stadium. Manure Philly continues. Antoinette leave explains simples current year lease extension at Lincoln financial field expires at the end of the two thousand nine hundred football season. But the university remained silent on where their football team will play after that. We're hearing just really the the stuff that's been reported in the media, Reverend Gregory halston leads power one of the several organizations fighting against the stadium being built in enor- Philadelphia neighborhood here directly. We continue to leave the standing invitation for temple fficials or talk with us those things as they are concerned that the university silence means they're planning to still build the stadium. Which is why they're meeting in solidarity on Tuesday city council, president Darrell Clarke has maintained that he is not supporting any stadium proposal by the university because they have not gathered the community support stay. We haven't seen a single person willing to publicly stand up and supported the universities paper reported last week that officials plan to negotiate a lease extension for the Lincoln financial field with the eagles. Civil would not comment on the details of those plants, incidentally, KYW NewsRadio three school superintendents are asking for a safety assessment on part of the troubled mariner east pipeline construction on the project has been halted KYW's, Kim Glovas superintendents from the Downingtown area.

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"darrell clarke" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"darrell clarke" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Senator I ninety five northbound offramp island avenue shut down because of a flipped over vehicle. Here for traffic and transit on the tubes. Developments in the fight over temples proposed plan to build a one hundred thirty million dollar football stadium in Philadelphia. KYW's Antoinette leave fills us in simples currency year. Lease extension at Lincoln financial field expires at the end of the two thousand nine hundred football season. But the university remained silent on where their football team will play after that. We're hearing this really the the stuff that's been reported in the media, Reverend Gregory halston leads power one of the several organizations fighting against the stadium being built in Philadelphia neighborhood here directly we continue to leave the standing invitation for temple fficials talk with us those things as they are concerned that the university silence means they are planning to still build the stadium. Which is why they're meeting in solidarity on Tuesday city council, president Darrell Clarke has maintained that he is not supporting any stadium proposal by the university because they have not gathered the community support. We haven't seen a single person willing to publicly stand up as supported the universities paper reported last week that officials plants in. Negotiate a lease extension for the Lincoln financial field with the eagles. Civil would not comment on the details of those plants, incidentally, KYW NewsRadio air pollution and the latest from the World Health Organization. A statement from the World Health Organization says an estimated six hundred thousand children die from infections caused by air pollution in two thousand sixteen alone. The statement also says about ninety three percent of the world's children under the age of fifteen breathe air that is so polluted puts their health and development of risk. Other findings include pregnant women exposed to polluted air or more likely to give birth prematurely and air pollution impacts cognitive abilities and children and can lead to asthma and cancer. I'm Linda Kenyon in Washington. At seven twenty two. It's fifty four AMI a moonlit sky going down to forty one tonight..

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"darrell clarke" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"darrell clarke" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Pullover let them go by kristen johanson kyw newsradio gun violence prevention it took center stage is a group of philadelphia highschoolers voiced their concerns on the issue with some very important people people who elected kyw's justin trudeau john police a ninth grader at parkway central high school in philadelphia and over the years he's lost a lot of love wants to gun violence people call him my brother's been over my house and stuff like that and then they're just gone as i'm believing you can't believe that i really had over the last few months joining his fellow classmates wrote essays held demonstrations and marched on washington calling for change to gun laws and monday join another parkway students talk with city council president darrell clarke about what the city is doing to curb gun violence inside and outside of schools i want him to understand that we care we hear them and we're going to continue to try to fight for their lives john says he hopes the forum sends a clear message to elected officials about what they want to see done to help get guns off the streets i think it's important because i want to represent a lot of my friends at passed away from gun violence i'm here to just end up for a lot of people that couldn't stand up as they were killed justin doodo kyw newsradio philadelphia child welfare officials celebrated everyday heroes on their own staff w city hall bureau chief pat loeb explains the annual children's grew fater awards went to four social workers who went above and beyond for some troubled families stephanie ali designed the team that helps sexually abused children so they only have to tell their story once randall wilson leads the fathers group teaching them how to navigate the system to lead at thomas finds children forever homes through adoption.

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