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"daryll clark" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"daryll clark" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"President, Don McNabb urged a no vote on the public safety officer question, and he's not ready to bow to the will of the voters, go ahead and implement this because the charter changes, okay? We have a contractor's case law on our side, no matter what the charter says, you still have to abide by our contract this whole issue respective challenging is a red herring. President Daryll Clark says he's researched the question, then concluded the city has the authority just as many other cities around the country have caught in the middle is mayor Kenney whose administration will have to implement the charter change. We don't know we're gonna have to see what happens and he says he hopes he can negotiate with McNabb e or he may have to wait for an arbitrator's decision. Pat Loeb, KYW NewsRadio. Well the Memorial Day weekend, brings fun, this weekend is going to bring son, and it's going to bring traffic it y w Saddam's, Costa, Tidwell with AAA mid Atlantic says about four hundred and fifty thousand people are expected to take to the roads. Now through Monday, AAA is projecting the second highest travel volume on record since we began tracking holiday travel volumes in two thousand did well says most people are expected to start their holiday weekend by driving to their destination during rush hour and through Friday morning. Aaa is advising anyone planning to be out there on the roadways to consider travelling during off peak hours. Why is this expected to be set a record breaking travel weekend on the roads, triple A, conducts, an intention survey, our analysts look at this information, and most people are willing to travel because? Because the economy has been so strong. Adopt Kuznits, KYW NewsRadio. President Trump suffered a second legal setback this week in New York judge refused to block congressional subpoenas, seeking financial records from two banks that did business with the Trump organization. A federal judge here, refused to block subpoenas from the house, seeking financial records from Trump's dealings with Deutsche Bank and Capital, One judge at Gardo Ramos said, the house committee, seeking the financial information heavily legislative purposes. He said the subpoenas do not constitute impermissible law enforcement activities earlier this week in DC. A federal judge said the president's former accounting firm had to comply with the subpoena from congress. Meanwhile, the New York state assembly approved a Bill that requires the state to hand over the president's tax returns to congress. That's waiting for the governor's signature, Steve Kastenbaum. New york..

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"daryll clark" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"daryll clark" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"President, John mcneese, be urged a no vote on the public safety officer question, and he's not ready to bow to the will of the voters, go ahead and implement this because the charter changes, okay? We have a contractor's case law on our side, no matter what the charter says, you still have to abide by our contract this whole issue respect them challenge. It is a red herring. President Daryll Clark says, he's researched the question and concluded the city has the authority just as many other cities around the country have caught. In the middle is mayor Kenney whose administration will have to implement the charter change. How do you plan to we don't know? We're gonna have to see what happens and he says he hopes he can negotiate with McNabb e or he may have to wait for an arbitrator's decision. Pat Loeb, KYW NewsRadio. A new study finds that young people are having more heart attacks. Here's KYW medical editor, Dr Brian mcdonagh despite all the advances in medicine and despite all the knowledge about heart disease, and the use of cholesterol lowering drugs, heart attacks among adults younger than fifty or on the rise. In fact, the proportion of young people has been increasing about two percent a year for the past ten years. Researchers at Brigham and women's hospital have taken a look at this. And they believe that one of the issues is that young people are gaining more weight. They're more obese and they're, they're higher risk for heart disease. And in addition to that, doctors are not keeping up following the cholesterol, and treating the high cholesterol levels. It's very important. Issue trying to prevent the problem in the first place about two. Brian mcdonagh, KYW, NewsRadio..

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"daryll clark" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"daryll clark" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"To rise each of us mourns the loss of life about fellow alabamian in Lee county, Alabama. I'm Kristen Holmes back home Philadelphia. Democrats going to face a big ballot in may dozens of city council candidates along with races for mayor and Roe officers and very likely for charter changed questions, including one of those early symbolic haywire w city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb reports a city council committee has had. Danced to the charter changed questions. One question now headed to the full council for approval to go on the ballot would create a new class of employees called public safety enforcement officers council. President Daryll Clark says they do things such as direct traffic, but wouldn't be able to carry a gun or make a rest moving towards this supplemental force we think that we can free up additional police officers the deal with the criminal issues related to our city. Most witnesses were in favor of the concept, but had a lot of questions. Jeff Ornstein of the economy lead wondered how it would be fundamentally PS Llosa's council envision deploying is new revenue stream being proposed offset the cost the second question that committee approved would ask voters to change the charter to call on state lawmakers to raise the statewide minimum wage governor wolf has made that request directly to the legislature for four years and not gotten increase. Pat, Loeb, Calloway, w NewsRadio. A cybersecurity firm says a group of North Korean hackers is believed to be actively targeting US, businesses and critical infrastructure report. By cybersecurity for McAfee says it found the North Korean hackers tried to infiltrate nearly eighty businesses in areas like finance telecommunications energy and defense around the world governments themselves were also targeted. The hacking is believed to have continued during President Trump's summit with Kim Jon.

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"daryll clark" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"daryll clark" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Now the eyewitness weather five day forecast. CBS three meteorologist Matt Peterson. Boy, oh, boy, did your gloves your beanie or this work. Gets out there. The Windsor gear Carole go put it away. Just yet. You know, we're we're dealing with the March coming in like a lion as we like to say we had a course the snow yesterday gave lots of two hour delays school closings across the area. And now today is the aftermath of this system with the really cold air filtering in we'll see high temperatures today only right around thirty one degrees. Our average high for today forty nine so we are well below that with mostly sunny skies throughout Tuesday afternoon. Extra clouds filtering tonight. We'll call it partly cloudy dropping it all the way down to seventeen degrees tomorrow. The wind kicks up with a mix of sun and clouds a high of twenty eight but wind gusts could be as high as thirty miles an hour, which means that wind chills through our Wednesday afternoon. We'll be in the teens on Thursday. Again, partly cloudy skies, an isolated area of flurries or even an isolated snow shower not ruled out for Thursday. We'll get up to a high of thirty three. And then a chance for a mix of rain and snow showers on Fridays. We end our workweek, Carol. We get up to a high there of thirty eight. Eight degrees. All right. Thanks, matt. It's five oh five. Search and rescue efforts will continue today in Alabama where twenty three people were killed by tornadoes on Sunday, three children six nine and ten are among the dead in Lee county. Forecasters say the tornado is more devastating than they had originally thought. Poor casters predicted possible. High tornado activity had heard there was thunderstorms coming and possible tornadoes, but I didn't I didn't know the extent of it on Sunday. The national weather service gave about eight to nine minutes of warning before the deadly tornado touchdown. He had just enough time to dive to the couch, which the couch about a foot away from the screen door and he held onto the couch for delight. Now, a desperate search in hopes of finding survivors. But crews warned with a storm this massive the death toll is likely to rise each of us mourns, the loss of life about fellow alabamians in Lee county, Alabama. I'm Kristen Holmes. Philadelphia. Democrats will face a pretty big ballot. In may dozens of city council candidates along with racist for mayor and Roe offices and now very likely four charter change questions, including one that's purely symbolic KYW city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb reports a city council committee has advanced two of the charter change questions. Then question now headed to the full council for approval to go on the ballot would create a new class of employees called public safety enforcement officers council. President Daryll Clark says they do things such as direct traffic, but wouldn't be able to carry a gun or make arrests moving towards this supplemental force we think that we can free up additional police officers the deal with the criminal issues related to our city. Most witnesses were in favor of the concept, but had a lot of questions. Jeff horns dean of the economy lead wondered how it would be funded council envision deploying is there a new revenue stream being proposed offset the cost the second question that committee approved would ask voters to change the charter to call on state lawmakers to. To raise the statewide minimum wage governor wolf has made that request directly to the legislature for four years and not gotten an increase, Pat Loeb, KYW NewsRadio cybersecurity firm says a group of North Korean hackers is believed to be actively targeting US, businesses and critical infrastructure. The report by cybersecurity for McAfee says it found that the North Korean hackers have tried to infiltrate nearly eighty businesses in critical sectors like finance telecommunications energy and defense around the world governments were also targeted. A hacking is believed to have continued during US President Trump's summit with Kim Jong UN the largest number of recent attacks, primarily target Germany, Turkey and the United Kingdom as well. As the United States. The North Korean government has long denied any wrongdoing. It's five oh. Eight times KYW.

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"daryll clark" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"daryll clark" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"And he had cuts on the tips of his fingers, which the detective says are consistent with so-called slip wounds. What happens if a hand slides down the handle and onto the blade during a stabbing. Jurors also heard from Dr Khalil Wardak with the Montgomery County coroner's office. He performed the autopsy and detailed several wounds to White's throat several of which he said would have been fatal by themselves. White was thirty three to thirty four weeks pregnant with Jones child the fetus did not survive the attack. Dr war tech testifying there were no wounds to the unborn child. But it died from a lack of oxygen. Prosecutors say Jones's wife did not know about the affair. There or the pregnancy? In Norristown, Jim KYW NewsRadio. A Philadelphia city council committee approved to more charter changed questions for the may primary w city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb has that story in one question voters would be asked to approve a new category of city employees public safety enforcement officers not quite police, but with more authority than say a crossing guard. Sponsored Daryll Clark says they would allow sworn police officers to deal with serious crime instead of simpler, tasks dealing with things. I traffic dealing with things like abandoned vehicles kind of think somebody else might be able to do that L free. Police officer councilman David o was the lone vote against app. You don't know what their qualifications are what their powers our committee. Also approved a question. That would have no meaningful impact. It would ask voters to change the charter to ask the state legislature to raise Pennsylvania's minimum wage something the legislature has repeatedly declined to do Pat Loeb KYW NewsRadio..

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"daryll clark" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"daryll clark" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Lost or stolen firearms. I'm Steve towel partial government shutdown now in day. Thirty three is Capitol Hill lawmakers work on two very different bills. And President Trump says he will deliver his state of the union address as planned in the house chamber, a thirty six year old nurse of a long term patient care facility in Phoenix, charged the sexual assault of an incapacitated patient resulted in the Perth of a child seventy Sixers hosts the San Antonio Spurs tonight. It is forty four degrees and partly sunny at the broadcast veteran yard going up to forty nine. Good afternoon. I'm Steve hazy. Our top story at two one a law on the books in Philadelphia to go after people who do not report lost or stolen firearms is being revived by district. Attorney Larry Krassner was passed by city council a decade ago. It has not been enforced, though, KYW Steve tower has more the Krassner says too often guns that were claimed to. Be lost or stolen. Never were. They were sold illegally and wind up in the hands of people who commit crimes, well what we're talking about. Here is designed to bring some accountability. To those bogus stories city council. President Daryll Clark who co sponsored the legislation in two thousand nine says all they have to do is report it call nine one one like any reasonable person. Would if their credit card was swiped. I in you do is get on that phone call. Your Bank says stop the credit card because I don't want anybody to use it. Police Commissioner Richard Ross says many illegal gun purchases are from people looking to avoid criminal background checks than Commissioner. Ross alluded to the gun lobby when you strip all the rhetoric this just a minority that has a very loud voice that dominates this conversation. Wrestler claims former DA Seth Williams did not enforce the measure for political reasons. But the ordinance was challenged by the National Rifle Association up through Commonwealth court, Steve tawa, KYW NewsRadio. The.

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"daryll clark" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"daryll clark" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Orleans today. The first one left at six o'clock this morning, I can tell you by seeing the number of people that were dressed in their eagles. Green who were lined up to check in. There could be a lot of those e G L E S eagles chance on board now on that plane ready to go with Chris mccart from Washington township. I wanna see them beat the saints. Everybody's got him down on him. Nikki polls get done for us and he's far from home. But he packed a little bit of home with him. And it's in his suitcase, and it is something very special wrote, my brother's jersey, no Longwood aside, route my jersey he had were last year when he played the falcons to the playoffs and it worked out. Yes. Hurley did work out last year. And he's hoping it will work out once again, but before the game there's some downtime and plenty to see eat and drink in New Orleans. So Brandon Carroll should be a heck of a party town there. I'm sure it will be thanks to him. Philadelphia needs voting machines, and they need them fast. The new ones, but before officials settle on a new device they're asking for input from the public. Haywire w Suster Nudo report, Pennsylvania governor, Tom wolf once every county throughout the state to purchase a voting system with verifiable paper trail, it officials in Philadelphia when their system to be in place by year's end security experts say that the best kind of machine is something that is air gap from the internet. They found that hand marked paper ballots are the best. And that's because there's very little technology. Between the voter and their actual vote Thursday, Tim Brown and more than a dozen other Philadelphians gave their suggestions on what they want to see from new voting system at a city. Commissioners common session Brown says when it comes to replacing the cities aging voting machines that have been around since two thousand two he wants something. That's as simple secure inefficient as possible. We're really concerned about hacking. It's been demonstrated chain times by technical professionals that you can actually hack some of these machines Brown says whatever system the city settles on he wants to make sure poll workers are properly trained on how to handle the machines if they run into any problems, we need to spend more time in making sure that election day runs as smoothly as possible. The commissioners will hold another public comment session Saturday morning for information about it. Visit KYW NewsRadio dot com. Justin, Trudeau KYW. Newsradio leaders of the Philadelphia Mummers met with representatives from the Pennsylvania legislative black caucus in follow up to allegations that some Mummers or one in particular is wearing black face a report that turned out to be false. Whatever you community affairs reporter, Cheri Gregg explains both sides hope to move forward to overall I think it was a very positive meeting. Mummers lawyer George Beattie, a member museum, president rusty Mark sat down with Senator Anthony Williams and others discuss outrage following a New Year's day skit that featured a gold chain wearing daisy walking a fake mayor Jim Kenney on all fourth councilman. Daryll Clark at some activists had accused the club of using black face. But it turns out he was played by a black number and the skit with city approved Williams says given Mummers history it was still offensive. Sometimes we do things to say things that we don't really realize can be offensive to someone else and have no mouse intent but seeing differently by different people. Beatty says the Mummers want to diversify. We want to make this a better event, we're not looking to.

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"daryll clark" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"daryll clark" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Public employees hostage because he wants to have a wall that is not affected. The president has said Mexico's going to pay for this all let's anchor ourselves into reality. Mexico is not going to pay for this wall. So no, President Trump has vowed to veto any funding legislation that doesn't include billions for the border wall. So that shutdown drags on. And we'll get a preview of today's White House meeting in the next ten minutes when we have our daily conversation with CBS White House. Correspondent Steven Portnoy. Philadelphia city council president Gerald Clarke wants to city chief assessment officer fired and a complete overhaul in leadership at the office of property assessment. After a critical outside audit. Hey, why w Steve council president Daryll Clark says too many property assessments on which city property taxes are based are unacceptably. Inaccurate. And inconsistent at the leadership level Dior's clearly the need to make some changes mayoral spokesman Mike Dunn points out the chief assessment officer is subject to city council approval and the current person in that position Michael piper was approved by council in two thousand fourteen one pager in the sixty one page report, displayed a map of the city and a graph indicated the average error should be within fifteen percent sections in the far northeast a sliver of north west Philadelphia complied sections in the lower northeast and the eastern half of south Philadelphia were fifteen to twenty percent off and most of north Philly. The western half of south Philly and south west Philadelphia indicated an average error exceeding. Twenty percent Clark says the lack of uniformity is an issue. How many properties are paying too much in tax liability? How many pain not enough who's accurate, Steve tawa, KYW NewsRadio? Doc KYW sports with debut rats, sponsored by septa bus operators in skilled trades, including Mason, plumbers, electricians, and more. Consider a career receptive is accepted dot.

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"daryll clark" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"daryll clark" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"In a dumpster earlier this week with murder. W christine. Joe handsome with that. Investigators say fifteen year old Janney Morris had her baby Monday inside her family home. And then left the newborn boy in a dumpster at twenty second and Lee high around ten thirty that night, a family friend found the child and flagged down police informed. The police officers that the daughter of one of her friends gave birth earlier that day and placed the newborn baby boy in a dumpster in that area. Captain Sekou Kenner, Bruce says the infant was pronounced dead at the hospital. A medical examiner has now determined the child died by fixation, but won't get into the details of how this is to continue and be pursued in criminal court. And we don't want us anything here that could jeopardize the ability to bring this to some sort of resolution in criminal court. Moore has been charged as an adult with murder possession of an instrument of a crime abusive corpses related offenses homicide. Detectives are continuing to investigate. Kristen Johanson, KYW NewsRadio. Outrage over a Mummers day parade skit featuring a caricature of. Walking among addressed as mayor Jim Kenney on worst continues KYW community fairs reporter, Terry great this kid featured a dark skinned gold chain wearing Jay Z leading Pinocchio nosed mayor Kenney with a dog leash. Ingredients Abdul Ali Muhammad is co-founder of the black and Brown workers cooperative. He and many others including council president. Daryll Clark condemned. The skit as racist initially believing that the Jay Z character was a non black person in black face. It turned out JC was played by black man has the same cultural impact as a white person in blackface the city of Philadelphia issued a statement saying the Finnegan clubs admitted if concept in advance of the parade but Muhammad says given the history a racist parody. They will protest eighty use of city resources for the Mummers not something that should be happening in the city period of black face has been banned for decades. Philadelphia Finnegan club which took heat in two thousand sixteen for parody of Caitlyn Jenner did not respond to.

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"daryll clark" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"daryll clark" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Of groups have expressed outrage over a Mummers parade skit involving what appeared to be a mumber and black face. However, it turns out the club at organized that skit the city against notice with more on the controversy. Hey, by w community affairs reporter, Cheri Gregg. This get involved a gold chain wearing Jay Z character leading up Pinocchio nose mayor Jim Kenney on a leash Jay z had dark Brown skin. And those who viewed the skit thought the performer was a non white actor in black face. But it turns out Jay z was played by black man on the face. It looks to be racist. But you're saying it's not university. Professor Charles Gallagher said he's it at visiting and says the Mummers history of racist parody. Obviously led to a negative assumption counts. President Daryll Clark issued a statement initially condemning this get as racist and groups immediately began planning protests before learning that the Finnegan club had informed. The city of the skit and the Jay Z would be African American given the position that you did in you know, historically, it gets kinda hard to swallow the Finnegan club with called out as transphobic in two thousand sixteen for a parody of Caitlyn Jenner. The group did not respond to requests for comment. Cheri Gregg, Kate with NewsRadio. Well, visitors to our nation's capital now feeling the impact of that partial government shutdown popular attractions, like the Smithsonian museums and the national zoo are now closed Yale Krugman runs. A nearby bakery bakery is right across from the zoo. This is the second time in four years. Our store has been opened that this has been shut down due to political gridlock. And it's definitely having a huge impact on our business. And the shutdown is playing frustrating too homes. Visiting from Adelaide Australia warning, actually here we.

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"daryll clark" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"daryll clark" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Through the weekend because we're looking for showers and thunderstorms off and on through the weekend allegations toll of. Evasion or apparently so serious for four suburban drivers that felony charges have been filed in. Bucks county, court then again We got, a lot of money. To pay back, to the Pennsylvania turnpike thirty story from KYW suburban bureau chief prosecutor Jovan Joe says the. Charges are filed against what they consider to be four of the worst offenders we're not talking. About just dead hand full of violations but hundreds and thousands and he says numerous, attempts to get, those, nations paid were ignored, as we're warnings of potential criminal charges that's where we have to. Take action while these charges to ensure they're accountable for what happened and also the, deter people from. Engaging the four charged or Jarrett's different Warminster Kelly Robinson of Lansdale Christina. Heller of hat borough and I let Farraj of Elkins park according to. The criminal complaint the four. Accused of racking up more than three, hundred thousand dollars in, unpaid tolls an administrative fees most of those alleged skip tolls in bucks county at the suburban bureau Jim Melwork KYW NewsRadio human resources director for Philadelphia city council is. Dead the victim in a murder suicide story from KYW city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb. Police say Thirty-seven-year-old Linda Rios newbie was. Shot by her. Husband Haywood, newbie about eight thirty AM and that he then turned the gun on himself they. Say babysitter heard arguing and took the couples four year, old twin girls out. Of the house, than heard gunshots moments later council president Daryll Clark issued a statement calling Rio's beloved colleague. And friend he also urged anyone in a violent or abusive relationship to seek help councilwoman janey. Blackwell says Rio's newbie started in council as a teenage intern and was universally loved, we're all just, so, sad and know I'm, just praying and praying that somehow things will be all right and. We'll always miss.

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"daryll clark" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"daryll clark" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Public schools without raising real estate taxes for moral here escape w city hall bureau chief pat loeb mayor jim kenney had asked for four percent increase in the real estate tax rate to fund schools but council president daryll clark says coming on top of increases in appraisals council sought alternative most people's minds in the city of philadelphia was already a real estate tax increase council went with the mayor's proposal to slow down the reduction in the wage tax but it calls for nearly one hundred million dollars in cuts from the prison budget now that the population is decreasing and a plan to recover delinquent taxes through a process called sequestration all told it provides more than six hundred million dollars for schools a bit less than the mayor proposed but clark says he expects the state to step up to the state as a mandate to fund public and this notion that we should be all in by ourselves is unfortunate lobe kyw newsradio the mayor no immediate comment administration officials say they're reviewing those numbers and now here's your five day forecast this is cbs three meteorologist kate bilo a stray shower overnight otherwise mainly clear low fifty seven on wednesday mostly sunny and comfortable with a stray shower high seventy two thursday mostly sunny seasonable pleasant high seventy eight friday mostly sunny nice and warm but late day thunderstorms could pop up the high eighty three cloudy and humid on saturday with a few scattered showers and storms high eighty four steadier rain possible saturday night then clouds to start your sunday but gradually clearing high eighty eyewitness weather updates eight times every hour on kyw newsradio.

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KYW Newsradio 1060

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"daryll clark" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"To a budget that funds public schools without raising real estate taxes for moral matthews kyw city hall bureau chief pat loeb mayor jim kenney had asked for a four percent increase in the real estate tax rate to fund schools council president daryll clark says coming on top of increases in appraisals council sought alternative most people's minds in the city of philadelphia there was already a real estate tax increase council went with the mayor's proposal to slow down the reduction in the wage tax but it calls for nearly one hundred million dollars in cuts from the prison budget now that the population is decreasing and a plan to recover delinquent taxes through a process called sequestration all told it provides more than six hundred million dollars for schools a bit less than the mayor proposed but clark says he expects the state to step up to state mandate to fund public school and this notion that we should be all in by ourselves is unfortunate hat lobe kyw newsradio the mayor no immediate comment administration officials say they're reviewing those numbers and now here's your five day forecast this is cbs three meteoroid allergists kate bilo a stray shower overnight otherwise mainly clear low fifty seven on wednesday mostly sunny and comfortable with a stray shower high seventy two thursday mostly sunny seasonable pleasant high seventy eight friday mostly sunny nice and warm but late day thunderstorms could pop up the high eighty three cloudy and humid on saturday with a few scattered showers and storms high eighty four steadier rain possible saturday night then clouds to start your sunday but gradually clearing high eighty eyewitness weather updates eight times every hour.

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KYW Newsradio 1060

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"daryll clark" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Budget hearings wednesday before city council kyw's mike denardo reports council is weighing how much of mayor kennedy's tax proposal to approve to help the school district fill a projected nearly one billion dollar deficit over the next five years council president daryll clark as superintendent william hite if the state share refunding was enough height said his only concern was the total revenue package but we're asking for now is to maintain the stability that we fought so hard to get to to this point the it's still not anywhere close to what we need to be adequate the mayors appointed school board tastes control of the district july first and they'll have to manage the district's budget with whatever council approves at city hall mike denardo kyw newsradio cbs three eyewitness weather five day forecast mainly clear and mild overnight the low fifty seven on thursday mostly sunny with popup showers and thunderstorms high seventy nine any of those thunderstorms in the afternoon or evening though could be strong or severe biggest threat for that is off to the west they will likely cross through the city between about three and five pm on friday sunny and nights the high seventy four then a warm front lifts through saturday it will spark a shower in the morning then some sun isolated showers thunderstorms in the afternoon again very warm and humid saturday high eighty five and then the cold front sags through saturday into mother's day sunday best threat for rain is saturday night but that front could stall overhead on mother's day bringing a chance for rain and also cloudy and cooler conditions the high around seventy watch for rain if you're headed to race for the cure on sunday morning monday seasonable with a mix of sun and clouds the high seventy four with your eyewitness weather forecast i'm cbs three meteorologist kate bilo on kyw newsradio overnight mostly clear and mild low fifty seven thursday mostly sunny with some showers and thunderstorms high seventy nine tiffany haddish.

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KYW Newsradio 1060

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"daryll clark" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Back mayor kenny's funding plan during it hearings wednesday before city council kyw's mike denardo reports council is weighing how much of mayor kennedy's tax proposal to approve to help the school district fill a projected nearly one billion dollar deficit over the next five years council president daryll clark superintendent william hite if the state shariff funding was enough height said his only concern was the total revenue package but we're asking for now is to maintain the stability that we fought so hard to get to to this point the it's still not anywhere close to what we need to be adequate the mayors appointed school board tastes control of the district july first and they'll have to manage the district's budget with whatever council approves at city hall mike denardo kyw newsradio now the cvs three eyewitness weather five day forecast mainly clear and mild overnight the low fifty seven on thursday mostly sunny with popup showers and thunderstorms high seventy nine any of those thunderstorms in the afternoon or evening though could be strong or severe biggest threat for that is off to the west they will likely cross through the city between about three and five pm on friday sunny and nights the high seventy four then a warm front lifts through saturday it will spark a shower in the morning then some sun isolated showers thunderstorms in the afternoon again very warm and humid saturday high eighty five then the cold front sags through saturday into mother's day sunday best threat for rain saturday night but that front could stall overhead on mother's day bringing a chance for rain and also cloudy and cooler conditions the high around seventy watch.

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"daryll clark" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"daryll clark" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Officials about what they want to see done to help get guns off the streets they know of it and now it's time to help stop in council president daryll clark says he's impressed with the initiative these young students are taking and he's looking forward to working with them to implement gun violence prevention policies i want them to understand that we care we hear them and we're going to continue to try to fight for their lives clark says this is an ongoing process but he's happy to see these young people engaged as they try to work through everything just a with us on the round up justin now the eyewitness weather five day forecast cbs three chief meteorologist kate bilo with us hey really wish we could duplicate this day he'd been waiting a long time for a day like today and even makes the fact that it's a monday a little less painful unfortunately we do have some rain sneaking into the forecast tomorrow into wednesday tonight clouds will be increasing low forty eight tomorrow's a cooler day it's mostly cloudy breezy with rain developing high sixty wednesday we're back to sixty six it's a little milder but it stays mostly cloudy with rounds of showers in an afternoon thunderstorm but then the summer turns for thursday another nice day mark that one on the calendar is one to get outside mostly sunny high sixty seven friday increasing clouds with a chance of a shower high sixty six and as of now it looks like a nice start to the weekend a mix of sun and clouds mainly dry saturday high sixty eight degrees so again after today looks like a little bit of rain on the way but at least temperatures are going to be more seasonable for the month of april will be in the sixties all week we'll be back to reporter's roundup in just a moment spring is here and now is the perfect time to make your vacation plans at the ocean front grant hotel of victorian cape may the.

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"daryll clark" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"daryll clark" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The hands of police fled the more public protests in california another night of demonstrations in the streets of sacramento people protesting the latest police killing of an unarmed black man step on clark the shocking results a private autopsy made public here's cbs's steve futterman the conclusions of this autopsy do seem to possibly contradict what police say took place police have said that stefan clark was advancing toward them but the autopsy indicates that of the eight shots that struck stefan clark six or seven hit him in the back the autopsy report also notes the two police officers fired twenty shots at unarmed stefan clark while he was standing in his grandmother's backyard jim taylor cbs news kyw news time twelve thirty four there are some two thousand u s troops in syria but maybe not for long not after president trump's surprise staffers and diplomats alike with an announcement that those troops could be coming home and soon no specifics yeah it's been flies in the face of past pronouncements president you should've never made such a sudden withdrawal on a timetable advertised to our enemies we no longer tell our enemies our plans president trump is reassessing america's role in syria just yesterday for his two hundred million dollars in funds for recovery efforts it does not impact the defense department's operations but the president has made clear he wants other countries to contribute more to recovery efforts specifically saudi arabia we jiang cbs news capitol hill not all that long ago the divine lorraine hotel north broad street was a rather desolate place now it's become the place to go particularly if you worry politician raising money for events this month including three in the last week kyw's city hall bureau chief pat loeb city council president daryll clark congressman dwight evans state senator sharieff street and governor tom wolfe all have enjoyed.

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Autopsy disputing police account of Stephon Clark shooting sparks anger

24 hour News

02:01 min | 3 years ago

Autopsy disputing police account of Stephon Clark shooting sparks anger

"The hands of police fled the more public protests in california another night of demonstrations in the streets of sacramento people protesting the latest police killing of an unarmed black man step on clark the shocking results a private autopsy made public here's cbs's steve futterman the conclusions of this autopsy do seem to possibly contradict what police say took place police have said that stefan clark was advancing toward them but the autopsy indicates that of the eight shots that struck stefan clark six or seven hit him in the back the autopsy report also notes the two police officers fired twenty shots at unarmed stefan clark while he was standing in his grandmother's backyard jim taylor cbs news kyw news time twelve thirty four there are some two thousand u s troops in syria but maybe not for long not after president trump's surprise staffers and diplomats alike with an announcement that those troops could be coming home and soon no specifics yeah it's been flies in the face of past pronouncements president you should've never made such a sudden withdrawal on a timetable advertised to our enemies we no longer tell our enemies our plans president trump is reassessing america's role in syria just yesterday for his two hundred million dollars in funds for recovery efforts it does not impact the defense department's operations but the president has made clear he wants other countries to contribute more to recovery efforts specifically saudi arabia we jiang cbs news capitol hill not all that long ago the divine lorraine hotel north broad street was a rather desolate place now it's become the place to go particularly if you worry politician raising money for events this month including three in the last week kyw's city hall bureau chief pat loeb city council president daryll clark congressman dwight evans state senator sharieff street and governor tom wolfe all have enjoyed.

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Missing Pa. teen Amy Yu and 45-year-old man likely in Mexico, police say

Rich Zeoli

02:15 min | 3 years ago

Missing Pa. teen Amy Yu and 45-year-old man likely in Mexico, police say

"With news brought to you by page publishing an amber alert issued today for missing pennsylvania girl police now say today that the sixteen year old girl was picked up early from her allentown school by a man posing as a family member without her mom's knowledge or permission police say she flew to cancun mexico according to flight records they've tracked this that she flew there with the fortyfiveyearold married man heaven esther lee and amy you have been missing for nearly two weeks now police say amy's family and her classmates worried sick they just want the girl home safe will he say the families met at church and since amy is friends with easterlies teen daughter her mom says she never imagined such a thing could happen today this amber alert issued in mexico that's where police have tracked the missing girl and the missing married man and dad too so we'll keep you posted on this developing story it looks like temple university's plan for a football stadium is on hold sin city council president daryll clark told reporters he will not support it so without that kinda council support the plan to build the one hundred twenty five million dollar north broad street facility is essentially stalled for now but clark says he has no problem reopening it if temple gets community support so it's been a stressful situation and we'll track that too speaking of tracking things yes the national weather service says it's still tracking what could be nor'easter number four that could strike our region next wednesday so put that in perspective as you look at at least it's sunny this weekend let's check in with i witness weather meteorologist katie fehlinger and under a clear sky tonight we stay a cold with our low dropping to twenty six but at least the worst of the wind will be easing up for us tomorrow a disturbance bypasses us the south that might trigger a stray shower in the southernmost county but most of us just see some clouds and the chil sticks around at just forty six degrees i'm cbs three the urologists katie fehlinger more weather cbsphillycom sunday by the way nearly fifty degrees in bright sunshine so at least we'll see some little bit of sunshine trying to make you feel better have you written a book learn how to get it published potentially sold online and at bookstores call page publishing.

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