17 Burst results for "David Tuck"

"david tuck" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"david tuck" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Risk and are willing to dream and dream big and willing to go forward and you can be all you can be and all that stuff that's not fair you know why it's not fair because you're lazy that's why it's not fair if you think it's not finished because you're not willing to put in the work and you don't think other people are willing to pull into work so you think it's not fair it's not fair because you're a bum that's why it's not fair they're upset somebody had to didn't he somebody had to anyway back to this we're gotta concentration camp here richard blumenthal democrat connecticut from connecticut likened america zero tolerance immigration policy to the cattle cars of nazi germany others were referring to trump is a nazi or hitler calling ice agents the gestapo well david tuck has had enough david was born in poland in nineteen twenty nine he was enslaved by the nazis and survive multiple concentration camps in the wake of pundits and politicians comparing illegal immigrant detainment facilities to modern day america in modern day american to nazi concentration camps he says he felt compelled to speak out so he has a message for those comparing american illegal immigrants detainment facilities to the holocaust you know nothing of the holocaust he says grow up you can't compare every time i hear it it's sickening wake up he said an exclusive interview with the daily caller this is not the holocaust.

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"david tuck" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"david tuck" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The broadcast center in spring garden we have light rain with temperatures holding steady in the mid sixties on saturday it'll be mostly cloudy showers and thunderstorms at times with some breaks and a high of eighty four degrees the full five day forecast is coming up in just a few minutes local holocaust survivors react to images of immigrants in crisis being separated from their families kyw saddam hussein it's reports eighty nine year old analysts nussbaum says when she hears if people doing horrific things in the name of the law it takes her back to nazi germany where she grew up in a country where the loss would shane taking all citizenship taking away our rights and you're not going to happen in the end who will holocaust survivor david tuck is against children being separated from their parents he is offended when immigrant detention centers are described as concentration camps this is an insult to us but nussbaum who is also a holocaust survivor says the trauma of family separation whether or not the germany or at america's southern border is real and long lasting but if you talk to any provider and you ask what hurts you the most will probably say the separations that we have to adopt kuznits kyw newsradio nearly a thousand pages of emails obtained by wcbs radio reveal an effort by the trump administration to prevent a rainbow flag from flying over the national monument to lgbt rights at the stonewall in new york city staffers in the national park service's new york office seemed excited about the rainbow flag they were helping to plan the ceremony last october but when a new story circulated saying this would be the first permanent pride flag on federal land things changed assistant deputy interior secretary todd willens wanted to know what was up park service workers in new york seemed frantic breathing down my neck at deal why one wrote within hours the park service director got.

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"david tuck" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"david tuck" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The mid sixties saturday it'll be mostly cloudy showers and a thunderstorm at times with some breaks and a high of eighty four degrees before five day forecast is coming up in just a few minutes pennsylvania attorney general josh shapiro plans to file a lawsuit next week challenging the trump administration's forced family separation policy kyw's kim glovas has more in a prepared statement shapiro says the policy is unamerican and violates the core principles and values of this nation shapiro says the executive order president trump signed wednesday does not fix what he calls this up horrid policy and he adds quote we will not allow this administration to use children as leverage in political battles unquote the lawsuit will allege that the administration's family separation policy violates the fundamental due process rights of parents to be together with their children as well as other constitution on statutory claims the suit is being filed by a coalition of nine attorneys general including shapiro attorney general bob ferguson of washington state and seven others kim glovas kyw newsradio local holocaust survivors who have seen the images of family separations speak out about their own eerily familiar experiences some seventy three years ago kyw's hadas kuznits reports eighty nine year old down aletha spam lift through four concentration camps including all sweats and was herself an immigrant here in america she sees the plight of immigrant children separated from their families through the perspective of history i listen to our president that this is the law reaction to that voice on my god i went through this before meanwhile survivor david tuck says while he does not agree with how immigrant families are being treated he takes a fence to detention centers being described as concentration camps i saw him but the feeding them if i had this live in water meanwhile nussbaum says following the law is not always the right thing to do as she recalls ss officers citing the law as they separated her family law has to make some sense and that can't be solicit hadas kuznits kyw newsradio delta airlines is banning pit bulls service dogs on their flights some passengers are reacting angrily to a decision by delta that is no longer allowing passengers to fly with pit bull type dogs as the airline calls them as service or support animals the airline announced the ban this week and said they were responding to growing safety concerns after several employees were bitten delta also says they are limiting passengers to a single emotional support animal per flight the changes take affect on july tenth the decision has sparked an angry backlash on social media and some experts say it will be tough to figure out exactly what breeds delta means when they say.

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"david tuck" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"david tuck" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Center in spring garden we have light rain with temperatures holding steady in the mid sixties saturday it'll be mostly cloudy showers and a thunderstorm at times with some breaks in a heavy four degrees before five day forecast is coming up in just a few minutes pennsylvania attorney general josh shapiro plans to file a lawsuit next week challenging the trump administration's forced family separation policy kyw's kim glovas has more in a prepared statement shapiro says the policy is unamerican violates the core principles and values of this nation shapiro says the executive order president trump signed wednesday does not fix what he calls this up horrid policy and he adds quote we will not allow this administration to use children as leverage and political battles unquote the lawsuit will allege that the administration's family separation policy violates the fundamental due process rights of parents to be together with their children as well as other constitutional and statutory claims the suit is being filed by a coalition of nine attorneys general including shapiro attorney general bob ferguson of washington state and seven others kim glovas kyw newsradio local holocaust survivors who have seen the images of family separations speak out about their own eerily familiar experiences some seventy three years ago kyw's hadas kuznits reports eighty nine year old analysts this bomb lived through four concentration camps including auschwitz and was herself an immigrant here in america she sees the plight of immigrant children separated from their families through the perspective of history i listen to our president that this is the law to that was on my god i went through this before meanwhile survivor david tuck says while he does not agree with how immigrant families are being treated he takes a fence to detention centers being described as concentration camps i saw him but creating them if i had this lift bretton water meanwhile nussbaum says following the law is not always the right thing to do as she recalls ss officers citing the law as they separated her family law has to make some sense and that can't be solicited ask kuznits kyw newsradio delta airlines is banning pit bulls service dogs on their flights some passengers are reacting angrily to a decision by delta that is no longer allowing passengers to fly with pit bull type dogs as the airline calls them as service or support animals the airline announced the ban this week and said they were responding to growing safety concerns after several employees were bitten delta also says they are limiting passengers to a single emotional support and the changes take effect on july tenth the decision has sparked an angry backlash on social media and some experts say it will be tough to figure out exactly what breeds delta means when they say pit.

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"david tuck" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"david tuck" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"In spring garden we have light rain with temperatures holding steady in the mid sixty on saturday will be mostly cloudy showers and thunderstorms at times with some breaks and a high of eighty four degrees the four five day forecast is coming up in just a few minutes local holocaust survivors react to images of immigrants in crisis being separated from their families kyw sadat's business reports eighty nine year old analysts nussbaum says when she hears if people doing horrific things in the name of the law it takes her back to nazi germany where she grew up split up in a country where the loss shane taking all citizenship taking away our rights and you're tapping in the end we'll holocaust survivor david tuck is against children being separated from their parents he is a fended when immigrant detention centers are described as concentration camps this is an insult to us but nussbaum who is also a holocaust survivor says the trauma of family separation whether or not see germany or at america's southern border is real and long lasting but you talk to any provider and you ask what hurts you the most so probably say the separations that we have to adopt kuznits kyw newsradio nearly a thousand pages of emails obtained by wcbs radio reveal an effort by the trump administration to prevent a rainbow flag from flying over the national monument to lgbt rights at the stonewall in new york city staffers in the national park service's new york office seemed excited about the rainbow flag they were helping to plan the ceremony last october but when a new story circulated saying this would be the first permanent pride flag on federal land things changed assistant deputy interior secretary todd williams wanted to know what was up park service workers in new york seemed frantic breathing down my neck at one wrote within hours the park service director got a message saying todd ordered the flags removed when an official brought up how the community might react the director suggested it might become a quote safety issue but the flag is still up there because officials came up with a way to save face they donated the flags to new york city which is now maintaining the poll alex silverman for cbs news new york a suspected bloods gang member pleaded not guilty in the murder of a hempstead new york father police say rafael cepeda was caught in the crossfire between rival gangs it was christmas day here in hempstead new york when rafael cepeda was simply walking across the street to the local train station to pick up his eleven year old daughter prosecutor said that's when seventeen year old gang member and tone foster began shooting at a rival member and those shots hit and killed the thirty five yearold father inside the courthouse not far from where the murder occurred family and friends of auster used foul language began pushing and shoving they refused to speak to reporters foster prosecutors said was arrested after he fled to virginia he was held without bail sophia hall for cbs news hempstead new york a teen is the first person ever confirmed to have keystone virus keystone myers is spread by mosquitoes and up until now had never been seen in humans it was first discovered in the tampa bay area back in nineteen sixty four and was named after the location where it was discovered researchers say it had previously been discovered an animal's symptoms include fever and rash and research suggests that the virus candidate brain cells and may pose a risk for brain infection similar to encephalitis the only way to protect yourself avoid mosquito bites sabrina cupid four cbs news atlanta the broadcast center in spring garden light rain with temperatures holding steady at sixty five.

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"david tuck" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"david tuck" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The broadcast center in spring garden we have light rain with temperatures holding steady in the mid sixty on saturday it'll be mostly cloudy showers and thunderstorms at times with some breaks and a high of eighty four degrees the full five day forecast is coming up in just a few minutes local holocaust survivors react to images of immigrants in crisis being separated from their families kyw sadat's kuznits reports eighty nine year old analysts nussbaum says when she hears if people doing horrific things in the name of the law it takes her back to nazi germany where she grew up in a country where the loss would shane taking all citizenship taking away our rights and you're going to happen in the end to holocaust survivor david tuck is against children being separated from their parents he is offended when immigrant detention centers are described as concentration camps is an insult to us but nussbaum who is also a holocaust survivor says the trauma of family separation whether or not see germany or at america's southern border is real and long lasting talk to any and you ask what hurts you the most will probably say the separations that we have to adopt kuznits kyw newsradio nearly a thousand pages of emails obtained by w cbs radio reveal effort by the trump administration to prevent a rainbow flag from flying over the national monument to lgbt rights at the stonewall in new york city staffers in the national park service is new york office seemed excited about the rainbow flag they were helping to plan the ceremony last october but when a new story circulated saying this would be the first permanent pride flag on federal land things changed assistant deputy interior secretary todd willens wanted to know what was up park service workers in new york seemed frantic breathing down my neck at the y one wrote within hours the park service director got a message saying todd ordered the flags removed when an official brought up how the community might react the director suggested it might become a quote safety issue but the flag is still up there because officials came up with a way to save face they donated the flags to new york city which is now maintaining the poll alex silverman for cbs news new york a suspected bloods gang member pleaded not guilty in the murder of a hempstead new york father police say rafael cepeda was caught in the crossfire between rival gangs it was christmas day here in hempstead new york when rafael cepeda was simply walking across the street to the local train station to pick up his eleven year old daughter prosecutors said that's when seventeenyearold gang member antone foster began shooting at a rival member and those shots hit and killed the thirty five year old father inside the courthouse not far from where the murder occurred family and friends of foster used foul language began pushing and shoving they refused to speak to reporters foster prosecutor said was arrested after fled to virginia he was held without bail sophia hall for cbs news hempstead new york a teen is the first person ever confirmed to have t stone virus keystone virus is spread by mosquitoes and up until now had never been seen in humans it was first discovered in the tampa bay area back in nineteen sixty four and was named after the location where it was discovered researchers say it had previously been discovered in animals symptoms include fever and rash and research suggests that the virus can infect brain cells and may pose a risk for brain infection similar to encephalitis the only way to protect yourself avoid mosquito bites sabrina cupid for cbs news atlanta at the broadcast center in spring garden light rain with temperatures holding steady at sixty five nine one fifty two traffic and transit on the twos coming into.

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"david tuck" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"david tuck" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"In the mid sixties saturday it'll be mostly cloudy showers and thunderstorms at times with some breaks and a high of eighty four degrees before five day forecast is coming up in just a few minutes pennsylvania attorney general josh shapiro plans to file a lawsuit next week challenging the trump administration's forced family separation policy kyw's kim glovas has more in a prepared statement shapiro says the policy is unamerican in violates the core principles and values of this nation shapiro says the executive order president trump signed wednesday does not fix what he calls this up horrid policy and he adds quote we will not allow this administration to use children as leverage in political battles unquote the lawsuit will allege that the administration's family separation policy violates the fundamental due process rights of parents to be together with their children as well as other constitutional and statutory claims the suit is being filed by a coalition of nine attorneys general including shapiro attorney general bob ferguson of washington state and seven others kim glovas kyw newsradio local holocaust survivors who have seen the images of family separations speak out about their own eerily familiar experiences some seventy three years ago they ywca daas kushner's reports eighty nine year old analysts nussbaum lived through four concentration camps including auschwitz and was herself an immigrant here in america she sees the plight of immigrant children separated from their families through the perspective of history all presidents who said this is the law to that was my god i went through this before meanwhile survivor david tuck says while he does not agree with how immigrant families are being treated he takes a fence to detention centers being described as concentration camps i saw him but the creedon them if i read this lived in britain water meanwhile nussbaum says following the law is not always the right thing to do as she recalls ss officers citing the law as they separated her family law has to make some sense and it can't be solicit daas kuznits kyw newsradio they'll airlines is banning pit bulls service dogs on their flights some passengers are reacting angrily to a decision by delta that is no longer allowing passengers to fly with pit bull type dogs as the airline calls them as service or support animals the airline announced the band this week and said they were responding to growing safety concerns after several employees were bitten delta also says they are limiting pass singers to a single emotional support animal per flight the changes take effect on july tenth the decision has sparked an angry backlash on social media and some experts say it will be tough to figure out exactly what breeds delta means when they say.

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"david tuck" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"david tuck" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The broadcast center in spring garden we have light rain with temperatures holding steady in the mid sixty on saturday it'll be mostly cloudy showers and thunderstorms at times with some breaks and a high of eighty four degrees before five day forecast is coming up in just a few minutes local holocaust survivors react to images of immigrants in crisis being separated from their families kyw saddam hussein it's reports eighty nine year old analysts nussbaum says when she hears of people doing horrific things in the name of the law it takes her back to nazi germany where she grew up in a country where the loss would shane taking all citizenship taking away our rights and you're not going to happen in the end who will holocaust survivor david tuck is against children being separated from their parents he is offended when immigrant detention centers are described as concentration camps this is an insult to us but nussbaum who is also a holocaust survivor says the trauma of family separation whether or not germany or at america southern border is real and long lasting talk to any provider and you ask what hurts you the most will probably say the separations that we have to adopt kuznits kyw newsradio nearly a thousand pages of emails obtained by wcbs radio reveal an effort by the trump administration to prevent a rainbow flag from flying over the national monument to lgbt rights at the stonewall in new york city staffers in the national park service's new york office seemed excited about the rainbow flag they were helping to plan the ceremony last october but when a new story circulated saying this would be the first permanent pride flag on federal land things changed assistant deputy interior secretary todd williams wanted to know what was up park service workers in new york seemed frantic breathing down my neck at deal y one wrote within hours the park.

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"david tuck" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"david tuck" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"In the mid sixties saturday it'll be mostly cloudy showers and thunderstorms at times with some breaks and a high of eighty four degrees before five day forecast is coming up in just a few minutes pennsylvania attorney general josh shapiro plans to file a lawsuit next week challenging the trump administration's forced family separation policy kyw's kim glovas has more in a prepared statement shapiro says the policy is unamerican violates the core principles and values of this nation shapiro says the executive order president trump signed wednesday does not fix what he calls this up horrid policy and he adds quote we will not allow this administration to use children as leverage in political battles unquote the lawsuit will allege that the administration's family separation policy violates a fundamental due process rights of parents to be together with their children as well as other constitutional and statutory claims the suit is being filed by a coalition of nine attorneys general including shapiro attorney general bob ferguson of washington state and seven others kim glovas kyw newsradio local holocaust survivors who have seen the images of family separations speak out about their own eerily familiar experiences some seventy three years ago kyw's hadas kuznits reports eighty nine year old analysts leafless bomb lived through four concentration camps including auschwitz and was herself an immigrant here in america she sees the plight of immigrant children separated from their families through the perspective of history i listen to our president who said this is the law to therefore for my god i went through this before meanwhile survivor david tuck says while he does not agree with how immigrant families are being treated he takes a fence to detention centers being described concentration camps i saw him but the feeding them if i read this lived on britain water meanwhile nussbaum says following the law is not always the right thing to do as she recalls ss officers citing the law as they separated her family law has to make some sense and that can't be so richard daas kuznits kyw newsradio delta airlines is banning pit bulls service dogs on their flights some passengers are reacting angrily to a decision by delta that is no longer allowing passengers to fly with pit bull type dogs as the airline calls them as service or support animals the airline announced the ban this week and said they were responding to growing safety concerns after several employees were bitten delta also says they are limiting passengers to a single emotional support animal per flight the changes take effect on july tenth the decision has sparked an angry backlash on social media and some experts say it will be tough to figure out exactly what breeds delta means when they say.

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"david tuck" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"david tuck" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Is looking to governor phil murphy to avert that possibility budget or no budget kyw's david madden reports current law allows states stanford's overseeing bending locations to remain on the job for up to seven days during a shutdown that followed a threeday closure of casinos in two thousand six when democrats in control of trenton wrestled over tax hikes atlantic county state senator chris brown doesn't want a repeat of history it's unbelievable to me that has our gaming industry is turning the quarter and improving our local economy by putting families back to work trenton would force because stevens and the racetrack industry to shut the door storing the busiest time of the year wants murphy to sign an executive order like predecessor chris christie did visiting those staffers essential and keeping the casinos open smith's also working on legislation either way murphy would have to go along and there's no clue as to where he stands on smith's request david madden kyw newsradio more than a week ahead of the deadline governor wolf friday evening signed a new state budget into law the state senate gave final legislative approval earlier in the day kyw harrisburg bureau chief tony romeo reports last year even though the bunch bill was done on time it took months to find agreement on raising the revenue to pay for it this year revenues are meeting projections and no new taxes or fees will be needed to fully fund the budget the house overwhelmingly approved a budget bill and before the senate did the same friday philadelphia's vincent hughes ranking democrat on the appropriations committee calls it a solid document we would have liked to seen a few other things but this is the document given the political reality that exists at this time but also given the reality of a woman is to work together across the aisle the budget provides one hundred million dollars more for basic education more money for early childhood in higher ed and a total of seventy million dollars for school safety initiatives in harrisburg tony romeo kyw newsradio okla holocaust survivors react to images of immigrants in crisis being separated from their families kyw's hadas kuznits reports analysts nussbaum says when she hears if people doing horrific things in the name of the law it takes her back to nazi germany where she grew up spoiled up in a country where the loss but shane taking citizenship taking away our rights and you're going to happen in the end who will holocaust survivor david tuck is against children being separated from their parents he is offended when immigrant detention centers are described as concentration camps is an insult to us but nussbaum who is also a holocaust survivor says the trauma of family separation whether or not germany or at america southern border is real and long lasting but you talk to any provider and you ask what hurts you the most probably say the separation that we have to undo a kuznits kyw newsradio now the eyewitness weather five day forecast sponsored by sussman auto the unsettled weather continues tonight were overcast with showers likely.

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"david tuck" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"david tuck" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Shutdown drags out one local legislator is looking to governor phil murphy to avert that possibility budget or no budget kyw's david madden reports current law allows state stanford's overseeing betting locations to remain on the job for up to seven days during a shutdown that followed a threeday closure of casinos in two thousand six when democrats in control of trenton wrestled over tax hikes atlantic county state senator chris brown doesn't want to repeat of history it's unbelievable to me that has gaming industry is turning the corner and improving our local economy by putting families back to work trend would force because stena's and the racetrack industry to shut the door storing the busiest time of the year wants murphy to sign an executive order like predecessor chris christie did visiting those stanford's essential and keeping the casinos open smith's also working on legislation either way murphy would have to go along and there's no clue as to where he stands on smith's request david madden kyw newsradio more than a week ahead of the deadline pennsylvania's senate today passed and set a budget bill to governor wolf for his signature wolves spokesman says he supports it harrisburg bureau chief tony romeo reports last year even though the budget though was done on time it took months to find agreement on raising the revenue to pay for it this year revenues are meeting projections and no new taxes or fees will be needed to fully fund the budget the house overwhelmingly approved the budget bill and before the senate the same friday philadelphia's vincent hughes ranking democrat on the appropriations committee called it a solid document we would have liked to seen a few other things but this is the document given the political reality that exists at this time but also given the reality of a woman is to work together across the aisle the budget provides one hundred million dollars more for basic education more money for early childhood in higher ed and total of seventy million dollars for school safety initiatives in harrisburg tony romeo kyw newsradio local holocaust survivors react to images of immigrants in crisis being separated from their families kyw's dusk business reports eighty nine year old analyst nussbaum says when she hears if people doing horrific things in the name of the law it takes her back to nazi germany where she grew up i spoil it up in a country where the loss chain taking all citizenship taking away our rights and your on tap in the end who will holocaust survivor david tuck is against children being separated from their parents he is offended when immigrant detention centers are described as concentration camps is an insult to us but nussbaum who is also a holocaust survivor says the trauma of family separation whether or not see germany or at america's southern border is real and long lasting but you talk to any and you ask what hurts you the most will probably say the separations that we have to adopt kuznits kyw newsradio now the eyewitness weather five day forecast sponsored by sussman auto.

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"david tuck" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"david tuck" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Shutdown drags out one local legislator is looking to governor phil murphy to avert that possibility budget or no the budget kyw's david madden reports current law allows state stanford's overseeing betting locations to remain on the job for up to seven days during a shutdown that followed a threeday closure of casinos in two thousand six when democrats in control of trenton wrestled over tax hikes atlantic county state senator chris brown doesn't want a repeat of history unbelievable to me that has gaming industry is turning the quarter and improving our local economy by putting families back to work trend would force because of and the racetrack industry to shut the door storing the busiest time of the year once murphy to sign an executive order like predecessor chris christie did visit those stanford's essential and keeping the casinos open smith's also working on legislation either way murphy would have to go along and there's no clue as to where he stands on smith's request david madden kyw newsradio more than a week ahead of the deadline the pennsylvania's senate today passed and sent a budget bill to governor wolf for his signature wolf spokesman says he supports it kyw harrisburg bureau chief tony romeo reports last year even though the budget bill was done on time it took months to find agreement on raising the revenue to pay for it this year revenues are meeting projections and no new taxes or fees will be needed to fully fund the budget the house overwhelmingly approved a budget bill and before the senate did the same friday philadelphia's vincent hughes ranking democrat on the appropriations committee called it a solid document we would have liked to see in a few other things but this is the document given the political reality that exists at this time but also given the reality of a woman is to work together across the aisle the budget provides one hundred million dollars more for basic education more money for early childhood in higher ed and a total of seventy million dollars for school safety initiatives in harrisburg tony romeo kyw newsradio local holocaust survivor react to images of immigrants in crisis being separated from their families kyw's dos kuznits reports analysts nussbaum says when she hears if people doing horrific things in the name of the law it takes her back to nazi germany where she grew up in a country where the loss but shane taking all citizenship taking away our rights and happen in the end who will holocaust survivor david tuck is against children being separated from their parents he is offended when immigrant detention centers are described as concentration camps this is an insult to us but nussbaum who is also a holocaust survivor says the trauma of family separation whether or not germany or at america's southern border is real and long lasting talk to any provider and you ask what hurts you the most will probably say the separation that we have to undo adapts kuznits kyw newsradio the eyewitness weather five day forecast a soggy nights setting up overcast with showers likely low temperature of sixty five tomorrow cloudy game was showers around us with thunderstorm especially later in the day a high of eighty four sunday were partly cloudy hot and humid late day shower thunderstorm possible and a high of eighty nine degrees but then high pressure builds him by monday we turn mostly sunny by the afternoon really nice with a high of eighty three tuesday mostly sunny a high of eighty five degrees and on wednesday warm with sun and clouds a high around eighty six with the eyewitness weather forecast.

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"david tuck" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"david tuck" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"That followed a threeday closure of casinos in two thousand six when democrats in control of trenton wrestled over tax hikes atlanta county state senator chris brown doesn't want a repeat of history it's unbelievable to me that has our gaming industry is turning the quarter and improving our local economy by putting families back to work trenton would force because and the racetrack industry to shut the door storing the busiest time of the year once murphy to sign an executive order like predecessor chris christie did this those stanford's essential and keeping the casinos open smith's also working on legislation either way murphy would have to go along and there's no clue as to where he stands on smith's request the madden kyw newsradio trump spoke with families affected by crimes committed by illegal immigrants as the debate over the issue rages on the latest from cbs news ubs news special report the other side of the immigration issue these are the stories that democrats and people that are weak on immigration they don't want to discuss that don't wanna hear they don't wanna see they don't want to talk about at the white house president trump hosting victims of illegal immigrants from democratic senator steny hoyer he's taking infant children hostage wrenching them from the arms of their parents from cbs news contributor alex is still speaking in very harsh language about immigrants about illegal immigrants and you know some would say even legal immigrants in a way that that that speaks to his base on that issue there does appear to be a clear division in this country he says of americans opposed the policy of separating families at the border for against immigration illegal immigration but fifty five percent of publicans supported cbs news special report i'm jim taylor news time five thirty five local holocaust survivors react to the images of immigrants in crisis being separated from their families here's goat abuse it us because ninety nine year old analysts nussbaum says when she hears of people doing horrific things in the name of the law it takes her back to nazi germany where she grew up spoiled up in a country where the loss would changed taking all citizenship taking away our rights and you're going to happen in the end who will holocaust survivor david tuck is against children being separated from their parents he is offended when immigrant detention centers are described as concentration camps is an insult to us but nussbaum who is also a holocaust survivor says the trauma of family separation whether in nazi germany or at america southern border is real and long lasting but you talk to any provider and you ask what hurts you the most probably say the separations that we have to adapt kuznits kyw newsradio news time five thirty six with the five day forecast sponsored by cure.

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"david tuck" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"david tuck" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Job for up to seven days during a shutdown that followed a three day closure of casinos in two thousand six when democrats in control of trenton wrestled over tax hikes atlantic county state senator chris brown doesn't want a repeat of history it's unbelievable to me that has our gaming industry is turning the quarter and improving our local economy by putting families back to work trend would force because of and the racetrack industry to shut the door storing the busiest time of the year wants murphy to sign an executive order like predecessor chris christie did designating those stanford's essential and keeping the casinos open smith's also working on legislation either way murphy would have to go along there's no clue as to where he stands on smith's request david madden kyw news radio president trump spoke with families affected by crimes committed by illegal immigrants the debate over this issue rages on the latest from cbs news has news special report the other side of the immigration issue these are the stories that democrats and people that are weak on immigration they don't want to discuss that don't wanna hear they don't wanna see they don't want to talk about at the white house president trump hosting victims of illegal immigrants from democratic senator steny hoyer he's taking infant children hostage wrenching them from the arms of their parents from cbs news contributor alex clementi still speaking in very harsh language about immigrants about illegal immigrants and you know some would say even legal immigrants in a way that that that speaks to his base on that issue there does appear to be a clear division in this country he says of americans opposed the policy of separating families at the border as a deterrent for against immigration illegal immigration but fifty five percent of republicans supported cbs news special report i'm jim taylor local holocaust survivors react to the images of princeton crisis being separated from their families comfortably saddam's cousin eighty nine year old analysts nussbaum says when she hears if people doing horrific things in the name of the law it takes her back to nazi germany where she grew up in a country where the loss shane taking all citizenship taking away our rights and your mel tappan in the end who will holocaust survivor david tuck is against children being separated from their parents he is offended when immigrant detention centers are described as concentration camps is an insult to us but nussbaum who is also a holocaust survivor says the trauma of family separation whether or not see germany or at america southern border is real and long lasting talk to any survivor and you ask what hurts you the most will probably say the separations that.

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"david tuck" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"david tuck" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"You have to think about permanently they're not separated for a day or two days permanently separated because they were killed by criminal illegal aliens but on the house floor today audio of crying children separated from their parents under president trump zero tolerance policy cbs's steven portnoy the truth is his proposals don't now have enough support among republicans to get through the gop controlled house one measure he backed failed yesterday and the second was yanked from the floor to avoid an embarrassing defeat the policy of separating families at the border has drawn condemnation from around the world including from the pope cbs news special report and alison local holocaust survivors who've seen the images of these families separation speak out about their own eerily familiar experiences some seventy three years ago here's visit us eighty nine year old analysts nussbaum lived through four concentration camps including switz and was herself an immigrant here in america she sees the plight of immigrant children separated from their families through the perspective of history i listen to our president who said this is the law reaction to that was for my god i went through this before meanwhile survivor david tuck says while he does not agree with how immigrant families are being treated he takes a fence to detention centers being described as concentration camps i saw him with the feeding them if i had this and lived bretton water meanwhile nussbaum says following the law is not always the right thing to do as she recalls ss officers citing the law as they separated her family along has to make some sense and that can't be solicit daas kuznits kyw newsradio time three oh six the five day forecast on friday with grey skies and a few scattered rain showers across the region seventy three degrees only for the high temperature clouds and showers remain in the forecast tonight sixty six for an overnight low we'll kick the weekend off on saturday with overcast skies a shower or maybe an isolated thunderstorm in the afternoon with a high of eighty four degrees a little bit of sunshine breaks through the clouds on sunday we're up to eighty nine a hot and humid day a late day shower thunderstorm not ruled out to end the weekend either high pressure takes over as we move that into early next week monday mostly sunny skies and a high of eighty three keep the sunshine in the forecast for tuesday we go up to a high of eighty five with your eyewitness weather forecast i'm cbs three meteorology matt peterson on kyw newsradio one degrees and cloudy we'll get down to sixty six news time with.

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"david tuck" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"david tuck" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The auschwitz death camp was liberated ten days prior to liberation david tuck was sent to a different camp that wasn't free until may but he remembers that they clearly there was a rollcall it will still counting how many people still more dead people have livernois she says the nazis ran away on the americans rolled in on tanks this work today we'll deliberated highway 78 prompted time tech speaks about his holocaust experience has two groups throughout the year through the holocaust awareness museum in education center and while he never thought there could be another holocaust cost total marchers went to flag with swastika i said i don't believe he says anyone can be the target of hate if nothing to repeal they're going to be somebody out they have to pick on somebody that for the bull who saw hadas kuznits kyw newsradio london now your eyewitness weather five day forecast after a beautiful start to our last weekend of january some rain is on the way as we had the wealthy overnight period cloudy breezy a time without rain developing low temperature at forty six degrees for sunday mild with periods of rain heaviest in the morning but persisting into the afternoon hours likely for south jersey the shore and portions of delaware a high temperature up at fifty four degrees for our monday mostly cloudy and cooler with a rain or snow shower possible high temperature at 46 looking like a pretty good shot at some light snow as we head into tuesday at this point cumulations looking minimal cloudy with a high temperature at thirty five wednesday sunshine returns blustery though with a high temperature at thirty four and thursday milder partly sunny with a high of forty eight with your eyewitness weather forecast i'm cbs three meteorologist lauren casey on kyw newsradio all of them are going to be cloudy and rainy alot down to forty five degrees for the rest of your sunday the rain hangs where this during the early morning him then things dry up the high fifty four degrees work one more much more than a wind short it the eighth wonder of the world when people talk about solar wind and more they get a little carried away we're just a big frimley place run by people with.

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"david tuck" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"david tuck" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The day the auschwitz death camp was liberated ten days prior to liberation david tuck was sent to a different camp it wasn't free until may but he remembers that they clearly there was a rollcall there were still counting how many people still around the mahmud dead people and live in won't be says the nazis ran away and the americans rolled in on tanks there's work today liberated highway seventy eight prompted had time tech speaks about his holocaust experience has to groups out the year through the holocaust awareness museum in education center and while he never thought there could be another holocaust when i sort of marches went to flag with swastika i said i don't believe he says anyone can be the target of hate if nothing to improve going gonna be somebody out they have to pick on somebody from the booster had asked kuznits kyw newsradio kyw news time edel five deaths of injury in kabul after the taliban attacker drove an ambulance fool crowd and then detonated explosives the area hit by the suicide bombing is near foreign embassies in kabul police headquarters and closed to public traffic the attacker got through checkpoints driving an ambulance claiming he was taking a patient to a hospital the blast happened around lunchtime in the area was crowded the taliban claims it carried out the attack the death toll is expected to rise larry miller cbs news at least ninety five people known dead one hundred fifty eight others were injured in the blast now here's your eyewitness weather five day forecast if you're headed out on the town on this saturday night be sure to bring the umbrella along as areas of rain will be developing as we had the wild the overnight period in the city mainly after midnight cloudy tonight temperatures not falling back to far forty six degrees went a little breezy at times for our sunday rain heaviest in the morning and it will be a lingering into the afternoon hours especially across south jersey down the shore in a parts of delaware a mild sunday though despite that wet weather with a high temperature at fifty four were cooler and closer to average.

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