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Snow disrupts some COVID vaccine, testing operations in Philadelphia region
"And despite all the snow, the Philadelphia Health Department will operate. It's covert 19 vaccine clinic at one location Monday. If you had an appointment already, and you can also reschedule if you like, but has killed abuse, Sherrod a. Howard reports. Storm is disrupting a lot of other vaccination appointments all over the place. In Delaware County. The courthouse and government center will be closed. People with appointments for vaccinations on Monday will be contacted to reschedule. Montgomery County officials say all county covert 19 testing sites will be closed Monday. With the expectation of re opening Tuesday. Weather permitting the county's cove in 19 vaccination clinics, scheduled for Monday at the Community College will be closed. Those registered for appointments will be automatically rescheduled, or Norristown High School on February 5th emails, noting the changes have already Gone out in New Jersey. The Camden County Covert 19 Vaccination center is also canceling all appointments scheduled for Monday and Tuesday, and those with appointments will have to manually reschedule. All six vaccine mega sites in New Jersey are also closed on Monday, but you'll get a call about rescheduling. If you already had an appointment.
Retired Philadelphia Firefighter Arrested For Allegedly Throwing Fire Extinguisher At Police During Capitol Riot
"Firefighter in Delaware County, facing federal charges he's accused of throwing a fire extinguisher and police outside the capital last week. Ow! Suburban bureau chief Jim Millward reports. Robert Sanford, a retired Chester firefighter, was arrested this morning in his home in Delaware County. Federal officials say they believe Sanford is the man seen in the video wearing a C F D hat, throwing a fire extinguisher Capitol police officers in Washington D. C during a pro trump violence last Wednesday. Chester mayor thirties, Kirkland says. While Sanford was wearing a hat with the Chester Fire Department logo. He's no longer with the department, Kirkland says. Sanford started with the city's fire department in 1994 and retired last February. Sanford's initial appearances scheduled this afternoon. Federal charges are expected to include felony assault of a police officer. Officials say they do not believe this is connected to Capitol police officer Brian Sick, Nick, who officials have said died from his injuries. Sustained when he was hit in the head with a fire extinguisher at the suburban bureau. Jim Millward K y w News radio a a
Pennsylvania man accused of casting dead mother's ballot in Delaware County near Philadelphia
"Man is facing criminal charges accused of using the names of dead relatives to get absentee ballots than casting a vote under one of their names their suburban bureau chief Jim Millward reports, according to Delaware County District Attorney Jack Stiles. Timer 70 year old Bruce Bartman registered his dead mother and his dead mother in law, then cast a ballot under his mother's name. So let me just be very clear. All the conspiracy theorists who may be out there. Watching the case we're talking about today presents no evidence of widespread voter fraud and, in fact, is only evidence that one individual here in Delaware County Was able to vote for a deceased person, and he voted that person for Donald Trump Stalls. Timer says they only know who Bartman cast the ballot for because he told investigators he had voted for Joe Biden. Where he had written in Donald Duck Mickey Mouse, we would still be prosecuting this case. Still, Slimer says he's urging the Pennsylvania Legislature to take a look at the state's voter registration system. Bart Mons lawyer Sam Stretton says Bartman saw this is a form of protest and now realizes he made a terrible mistake. Stretton says apartments taking responsibility and plans to plead guilty as they work on a reasonable sentence. Media
Delaware County DA Announces Charges Against Man Accused Of Requesting, Casting Absentee Ballots For Dead Relatives
"County man facing criminal charges accused of using the names of dead relatives to get absentee ballots than casting a vote under one of their names. From K Y W. Suburban bureau chief Jim Millward, according to Delaware County District Attorney Jack Stiles. Timer 70 year old Bruce Bartman registered his dead mother and his dead mother in law, then cast a ballot under his mother's name. So let me just be very clear. All the conspiracy theorists who may be out there. Watching the case we're talking about today presents no evidence of widespread voter fraud and, in fact, is only evidence that one individual here in Delaware County Was able to vote for a deceased person, and he voted that person for Donald Trump stoles. Timer says they only know who Bartman cast the ballot for because he told investigators he had voted for Joe Biden. Where he had written in Donald Duck Mickey Mouse, We would still be prosecuting this case Stoles Timer says he's urging the Pennsylvania Legislature to take a look at the state's voter registration system. Bart Mons lawyer Sam Stretton says Bartman saw this is a form of protest and now realizes he made a terrible mistake. Stretton says apartments, taking responsibility and plans to plead guilty as they work on a reasonable sentence in
Pennsylvania sets COVID-19 restrictions in Delco at county's request, Philadelphia
"Cove in 19 case counts and other key indicators are spiking in Delaware County that has officials reminding residents that everyone needs to follow the orders that were put in place K y w. Suburban bureau chief Jim Millward Delaware County Councilwoman Elaine Schaeffer. This just doesn't work if 50% of us are being responsible. But the other 50% are going about their lives as though we're not in the midst of a pandemic, Councilman Kevin Madden says. The Pennsylvania Department of Health has issued orders specific to Delaware County, limiting indoor public gatherings to 10 people, he says. That includes weddings, indoor, private or public parties, shows and concerts. It does not apply to religious services or in school classroom settings, but does apply to Indore school sports and youth and adult recreational sports. Schools must also comply with district rules and our local health department should restrictions. County Council chair Brian Psychic says hospitalizations have increased significantly causing some hospitals in the county to divert patients from their emergency rooms creating longer than normal wait times for those emergency rooms and straining first responders
Delaware County Pays $500,000 Ransom After Outages
"Ransomware news. A few things Delaware county pennsylvania has paid half a million dollar ransom after their systems were hit by the d'appel paper ransomware last weekend. And because being pennsylvania that's on a lot of our politically focused people's radar because it was one of the loudly and hotly contested states in the us's recent presidential election So of course. The first question anyone has is whether they ransomware attack which was recent may have had any effect upon the state's election networks so delaware county was quick to state that the bureau of elections and the county's emergency services department were neither of those were affected. They're on a different network than the one that was hacked sources said that the counties in the process of paying this half a million dollar ransom since its insured for such attacks so they figure. Hey what the heck. Let's pay the ransom. Get our get the key and get our systems back up. We're hearing more about d'appel pay more. And so i think this is one that we're gonna be talking about much as we've been talking about you know so dino key be and review and so forth It was derived from its predecessor. Bit pay more and it shares a large body of its code D'appel payment has been improved to add. multi threaded encryption. Because of course that's what you want in your whole server encryption is speed so anyway It's faster now. And in an odd twist the d'appel payment gang apparently advised delaware county to change all their passwords and also modify their windows domain configuration to include safeguards from the use of the mimi cats program. Now it's not clear what those safeguards would be. Maybe like explicitly look for mimi. Cats me cats. We've talked about it from time to time. It's an open source tool. That's been around for about six years since two thousand fourteen. It's commonly used by ransomware gangs to harvest windows domain credentials when they get into a compromise network. So it's one of those. You know lateral movement tools It doesn't qualify as living off the land because it's typically not present on systems that ransomware needs to to download a copy in order to use it but it is on get hub and its author. Six years ago explained that he wrote it as a way to learn see and experiment with locating and extracting windows credentials from the ram of running systems. So yeah it's very much like that. Active directory tool. We were talking about a few weeks ago. It wasn't ever really written to be used for malicious purposes. But boy is it handy for for those you know it extracts things it finds them and extracts amount of ram and d'appel paper is envy. This gang are using me. Cats
"delaware county" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Delaware County, is shutting down. I'm Marc Abrahams with Maurin how many stores are affected and the future of it's Wayne headquarters. That's coming up after traffic and weather on the tubes. Let's start with the roads over to Justin. Thanks a lot. Steve Center City We do every street closures from ate the broad street between March and Walnut Street duty Demonstration Boulevard. South bound, crawls from broad street to the approach of 76 slow moving work crew in the left lane and then 76 westbound remains jam from university to 30th Street. Ongoing construction also takes out the left lane. Construction will slow you down for 22 westbound approaching route 23. The left lane is blocked and there's a lane blocked eastbound direction approaching Reuters forward. Same thing due to roadwork. 4 76 the Bluebird Trouble Free East West term pike. Minor delay in the eastbound direction before Downingtown construction blocking Elaine Bridges there quiet in New Jersey delays going from an earlier crash to 95 South, Approaching 42, New Jersey Turnpike, South Bound, brief jam up just south of exit forgets construction. In the left lane. This report is sponsored by Bachman's roofing thinking of adding solar panels. Bachman's roofing is offering up to $1000 off new solar panel installs to the end of this year. Go solar in 2020 and take advantage of the 26% tax credit to visit Bachman's roofing dot com. Bachman's roofing dot com In the KOW news Radio 24 hour Traffic Center. I'm Justin Dropkick. Now the estrogen forecast from the NBC 11th Alert Weather Center clear tonight Below 48 Sunny tomorrow, a milder day up to six. A a partly sunny on Friday and a high of 70 56 long Port 57 Winwood 57 at the Acme in Clifton Heights, sponsored by Acme.
Serious Crash Involving School Bus, Ambulance Shuts Down Portion Of I-95 In Delaware County, Southwest Of Philadelphia
"A serious accident involving a school bus at an ambulance shutdown I ninety five Delaware county causing relax during the morning rush police an ambulance struck the rear of the bus as both were getting onto the highway there. Were No. Students on the bus for people were
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"County Health officials had to wrestle with covert 19 over the weekend. It's 10 42 time for traffic and weather on the twos. Thanks a lot. Jeff closure in place 76 eastbound between the Vine Street Expressway and South Street that will be shut down through the overnight hours ahead. Westbound 76 left lane road work between University Avenue and 30th Street, causing too much of a delight. And then you have farther west. The right lane is closed approaching to 02 Minor slowdown. 95. It's south bound South Woodhaven Road stuff. An accident. The right lane is closed Cruiser there with it, not causing too much of a delay farther south of Delaware County. Different story roadwork. Calling, causing bumper to bumper conditions from the Commodore Barry Bridge Down the child Chester Avenue. It is just the right lane getting by North bound 95 left lane construction state line to the welcome center Farther north, only the left leg gets by approaching 4 76, but it's really not causing much delay. And then the turnpike. Sluggish, westbound West Bensalem and for Washington. It's roadwork eastbound. There's a delay east of Willow Grove, two right lanes are closed for construction. And you find overnight roadwork in place on for 22. It's westbound. Slowing you down between Limerick in Santa Toga, right lane closed. Delaware Memorial Bridge remains jammed heading into New Jersey due to construction in New Jersey 42 South bound, slow approaching route 41 down to the black horse Pike. Just the left lane gets by. North found 42 at the Walt Whitman Bridge Road work in the left lane and on to 95 both directions near exit. 45 watch African instruction, causing a minor delay and the turnpike slowing down North bound approaching exit five roadwork in the left lane. And down in Millville, its route 55 minor delay North bound approaching route 49 4 overnight construction. Mass transit is not reporting any major problems. I'm just drop in on the caper W 24 hour traffic center. Right now It's 57 degrees and fair in center city. Let's get a check of the weather. Here is.
Philadelphia Area Health Department Recommends Virtual Start for Chester County, Delaware Schools
"From K Y W NewsRadio, Chester Counties Health Department is recommending all school districts in Chester and Delaware County. Start the school year online at least until October. 9th. Cabo W. Suburban bureau chief Jim Mel work report. Chester County Health director Jean Casner says they're getting positive feedback on the recommendation at all schools start virtual through October 9th schools of all kinds, both public and nonpublic. We're eager to have clarity were eager to have guidance and some as they have communicated it guide rail, she says. In addition to recommending virtual classes until October, the guidance also outlined some metrics to use when considering when to return kids to classrooms were advocating for in person instruction that we know that is by far the best. But she says schools bring a lot of people together, not just students, but also teachers and staff and they need to get kids back in the classroom as safely as possible. She says. They're taking what they learned after Mama. Real day and fourth of July and a virtual start allows for safety if there's a similar spike of cases after Labor Day, Casner says. Some districts that plan to start with in person instruction are making changes or
Philadelphia - Schools in Chester, Delaware counties should begin upcoming academic year virtually, health officials say
"Jester County's Health Department is recommending all school districts and Chester and Delaware County start the school year online at least until October 9th Mohr on what went into their considerations, W. Suburban bureau chief Gim Il Chester County Health director Jean Casner says they're getting positive feedback on the recommendation at all schools start virtual through October 9th schools of all kinds, both public and now. On public were eager to have clarity were eager to have guidance and some as they have communicated it guide rail, she says. In addition to recommending virtual classes until October, the guidance also outlined some metrics to use when considering when to return kids to classrooms were advocating for in person instruction that we know that is by far the best. But she says schools bring a lot of people together, not just students, but also teachers and staff and they need to get kids back in the classroom as safely as possible. She says. They're taking They learned after Memorial Day and fourth of July and a virtual start allows for safety if there's a similar spike of cases after Labor Day, Casner says. Some districts that plan to start with in person instruction are making changes or going back to their boards to re open the
Philadelphia Region Recovers From Isaias
"Recovering from the aftermath of S Isis. Hey, Why don't you use my authority as more on the recovery? Round Two. Water has mostly subsided, but it's left a mess for people to clean up all weekend throughout the region, John Radha Mile from Delaware County, tells NBC 10 he watched the fire Department rescue a person from a car in rapidly rising waters. Never seen this. I've been here for six years, and I've never seen the water. This This went went from from being being in in the the creek creek to to being being in in the the road. road. In In about about 10 10 minutes. minutes. Utility Utility crews crews in in New New Jersey Jersey and and Pennsylvania Pennsylvania have have been been working working long long hours hours trying trying to to restore restore power power to to more more than than half half a a 1,000,000 1,000,000 homes homes and businesses that lost electricity during Easter. Most have been reconnected. But there are thousands of lingering outages that could last through the weekend. PICO and P S C and G both say to make sure you report your outage and not to rely on a neighbor's reporting because Problems can be nested to individual homes. In some cases,
Isaias Brings Flooding, Stranded Cars to Delaware County
"Storm storm CCS CCS cause cause major major problems problems on on roads roads throughout throughout the the region. region. Kate Kate Why Why don't don't you you skip skip Clovis Clovis Reports Reports first first responders responders were were busy busy with with water water rescues. rescues. Dozens Dozens of of vehicles vehicles have have been been flooded flooded or or submerged submerged after after trying trying to to maneuver maneuver through through deep deep waters waters on on area area roadways, roadways, and and that's that's causing causing problems for emergency personnel. Tim Voices director of Delaware County Emergency Services finding was delays of first responders being able to get to those that are calling for help. Road razor blocked and often first responders are coming across other vehicles. Are floating on water, so this is a dangerous time. People need to stay off the roads. Boy says that there's a barricade up across the road. First responders have been there and driver should not try to get through, he says. Another problem is people calling 911 hanging up because the wait is too long. If you hang up and call back, you're generating too calls, which is tying up the line. We know people are panicked. We know that it's dangerous situation. But call number one stay on the line and will answer the call Emergency services and the Red Cross or not putting people displaced by the storm in hotels and not shelters because of the pandemic. And boy says This is the first time that is being implemented. Kim Glovis K Y. W News
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"By Trident mortgage dot com. Everything you need. It's 9 22 Can you escape the corona virus by moving out of the city? I'm Kim Glovis. I guess we'll find out ahead just after traffic and weather on the twos will start with Troy. Good evening at Linz south on Interstate 95. Traffic is slowing approaching Exit 32 Academy Road. It's all because of the brush fire, so watch out for police and fire department activity. Everything's off to the shoulder, but they may be taking out a right lane just for Precautionary measure Southend on 95 near Academy Road East on the school traffic was slow for a minute It looked to be slow from approaching the bite expressway heading into the tunnel heading towards South Street. Looks like that DeLay has eased up. Not sure what was going on there. Westbound on the school. No problems to report in Montgomery County New second Street clothes that Clarion Avenue in Melrose Park. This is all because of a large tree limb that fell on the power lines and caused a An outage in that area. So watch out for traffic lights being out in that area. Fire department activity of the Darby incoming number, Darby, Delaware County When large Wood Avenue between Miller Avenue in room three West Chester Pike. Sounds like a house fire there. South Jersey Only problem we have flooding in at Carver Township, both directions of Route 40 near the Atlantic City Express Way the right latest closed both ways. Delaware River Bridge just look good. Mass transit's running water close to schedule that were not saying, which is think. T phone. Four steps to call us the 2157 2010 60 Next update in less than 10 minutes on Troy Morris McKay wide open 24 hour traffic. Thank you much. Troy get the NBC 11th forecast now 90 degrees and partly cloudy, currently dropping down to 72 overnight as its.
Philadelphia - Police reforms move forward in Pa. Legislature
"Police reform in the state of Pennsylvania more on that from our Harrisburg bureau chief Tony Romeo one bill sent to the Senate by the house house would would require require a a thorough thorough background background check check for for someone someone seeking seeking employment employment as as a a law law enforcement enforcement officer officer during during house house debate debate Democrat Democrat Margo Margo Davidson Davidson of of Delaware Delaware County County said said too too often often officers officers involved in an excessive force incident or criminal behavior are later revealed to have a troubled past so called bad apples will spoil the barrel if they are not plucked out before the rot spreads another bill sent to the Senate by the house sets requirements for police training including the use of force in diversity training the Senate meanwhile sent the house two bills one Senate bill would require reporting and record keeping of use of force incidents and other Senate passed bill would ban chokeholds except when another life is under imminent threat and would require police departments to develop and publish a use of force policy in Harrisburg Tony Romeo KYW
Philadelphia - 4 People Charged In Shooting Death Of 13-Year-Old Boy In Chester
"Justice has been served according to officials in Delaware County four people have been charged in last month's shooting death of a thirteen year old Chester boy but K. Y. W. Sandra Kramer reports authorities aren't celebrating just yet Debbie the Delaware County district attorney Matt Krause says thirteen year old nineties farther Davis was targeted by the four suspects he says they chase the boy in a car just outside his home he attempted to escape he attempted to get away from these murders by hopping fences in the backyard unfortunately he was not successful three of the suspects are in their early twenties the other early thirties they're all charged with first degree murder but officials aren't high fiving each other right now is Chester's mayor puts it after all a little boy is dead Delaware County district attorney Jack Stoll Steiner had a lump in his throat as he talked about the most recent conversation he had with the keys to his dad told him I can't imagine I literally cannot imagine what he's going through one of the rest of his life is going to be like without
Pennsylvania Elections - Summary Results
"Just short of a week after the Pennsylvania primary and as mail in ballots continue to be counted state senator Daylin leach has lost the race to Amanda Cappelletti means after this term the Democrats seventeen year run as a state legislator is coming to an end they were Lisa Bernero chief Jim Miller reports the lease is been in the state legislature since two thousand three first the state Rep then a state senator from Montgomery and Delaware counties seventeenth district leach says he's been frustrated by a lack of actual discourse or debate in the Senate for years and was planning to step away almost every voter consequence
Philadelphia commissioners working to get mail-in ballots by Election Day
"Now election officials come up with a plan to make sure the quarter of a million Philadelphians to apply to vote by mail can get their ballot in by election day Delaware County officials say they process more than twice the expected number of mail in
Yellow phase still brings restrictions in Metro Philadelphia
"For the businesses in the Philadelphia area looking for June fourth when they might be able to move into the yellow phase of the reopening planned governor what abuse Justin who spoke with the Delaware County business former wife is lucky to be one of the four take out papers at the for profit diner that's because the restaurant had to close for a month and a half before re opening in laying off more than two dozen waiters and waitresses something management said they had to do in in order to keep their business afloat under the governor's mandate it's a bit of a relief but it's not the same as if I was working like her has her sights set on the county moving to the yellow phase on June fifth that's because it means the region will be one step closer to the green face when they will be able to reopen their dining services stressful very stressful filing when money was coming in some partitions to closed off areas biker says they're already working on being able to reopen their dining area are definitely going to be an adjustment excited to get back to work in the yellow fees indoor retail shopping is allowed but discouraged in curbside pick up is preferred Justin Udo KYW
Philadelphia region to enter COVID-19 yellow phase on June 5, Gov. Wolf says
"Back here in Pennsylvania governor Tom wolf says the Philadelphia the surrounding suburbs could move into the yellow phase of his re opening plan on June fifth Hey what are you just include a check in with the business in Delaware County about the preparations they're making we K. Y. W. talk with Angela Harris of the fall crop diner back in March she was cutting her step in making adjustments for to go orders only to fall in line with governor Tom wolf's directive to stop dining eating a business model that was not sustainable for them we close for a little over a month and a half and just recently made the decision to open back up for take out here says the governor's plan to try and move our part of the state to a yellow partial opening on June fifth is welcome news even though restaurants and bars will still be limited to carry out and delivery she says that's because it means they're one step closer to fully re opening something they'll do with a new look we're going to put a partition between the days we put this glass wall completely around our cashier does says before the shut down she had a staff of about thirty waitresses and waiters and now that number is down to four quick she's anticipating getting more of them back to work I would love to see everybody's faces in here and be able to talk to them I miss a lot of the customers into the yellow face feeders nail salons barber shops and casinos must remain close
Plan to relocate homeless people in Philadelphia airport postponed
"Philadelphia officials have postponed a plan to relocate homeless people have been living at the airport it was scheduled to happen this morning about a hundred fifty people from Philadelphia Delaware County in nearby states have taken up residence in the terminal a baggage claim area during the lockdown because it's not being used right now for flights that was supposed to end with a new airport policy limiting admittance to workers and ticketed passengers city officials have been offering alternate placements but advocates complained that the group should not be taken to city shelters until they have been tested for corona virus managing director Brian Abernathy says the city understands their concerns and will test everyone the city is trying to focus on the safety of everyone involved here the employees that work at the airport and those that will need to use the airport in the near future as well as the safety of those that are on shelters the relocation is now scheduled for Tuesday more
"delaware county" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"North through Delaware County up to the airport all looking good and the weather unusual delays or problems gluten mystical expressway we look in New Jersey forty two freeway Delaware River bridges for now look in fairly good shape as for mass transit what's running everything on or close to schedule now's the time to get your air conditioner ready for warmer temperatures call new spirit HVAC today for a new Lennix system installed for as low as forty four hundred dollars call two one five two six of sixty four and seventy four or visit new spirit HVAC dot com for free estimate visit new spirit HVAC today in the cable W. twenty four hour traffic center I'm Sam you said now the forecast from NBC ten first alert meteorologist bill Henley a nice spring day ahead a few clouds this morning after showers overnight they'll move out and sunshine warms us to sixty nine degrees early this afternoon then winds kick in a few clouds arrive sponte sprinkle is possible but most areas will stay dry this afternoon the temperatures will be falling this afternoon with those gusty winds get chillier tonight as we clear out forty four Tuesday morning but a pretty nice Tuesday high of sixty four degrees with partly sunny skies clouds are building for Wednesday it looks likely you'll need your rain gear forty six in the morning fifty six in the afternoon I'm NBC ten first alert meteorologist bill Henley with your most accurate forecast count on sixty two degrees and cloudy right now in center city we're heading up to sixty nine today this check on Wall Street is sponsored by crash proof retirement dot com you can see crash proof consumers who have outperformed the market with no market risk Dow futures down two hundred seventy four nasdaq is down eighty seven S. and P. down thirty five stay connected with K. Y. W. news radio on the radio dot com at any time anywhere three things to know at five fifteen in the C. E. O. of Gilead sciences says the antiviral drug Ramdev's brand does appear could reach patients within days one hospital system is using an at home screening system to check in with corona virus patients and recapping our top story a South Jersey state some South Jersey state parks in at least one beach were overwhelmed with visitors on the first weekend they were re opened one of the beaches was closed still ahead in the next fifteen minutes good morning I'm Carol mackenzie Tim McLaughlin at the M. at the editor's desk hospitals could be getting shipments of the antiviral drug ram does appear this week the head of Gilead sciences Daniel o'day told Margaret Brennan on face the nation the company has donated its entire stock one and a half million vials of the federal government and we are now firmly focused on getting this medicine to them the most urgent patients around the country here in the United States and Margaret we intend.
"delaware county" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"One six two nine a twenty two now and Gary Barbera support of northeast high school volunteers sponsors traffic and weather on the Tuesday a lot of construction going on out there Sam your friend is starting in Delaware County and this is actually this is coming out of Montgomery County into Delaware County taking advantage of the the fact that is not a whole lot of traffic so south on the blue route for seventy six approaching the Schuylkill expressway left lane is now blocked gonna be out there before the next several hours continuing into Delaware County it's fine and we go to ninety five south from the north east moderate volume then into Delaware more construction here south ninety five below Wilmington at route one forty one the right lanes closed they're going to be out there till around five o'clock so again it's taking a little bit of the vantage of the lighter traffic here with that construction north on ninety five season fit be in fairly good shape we're back on the Schuylkill expressway heading into South Philadelphia just a reminder of the ongoing construction it's east I. seventy six at this point is the Walt Whitman expressway at Broad Street the Broad Street exit ramp is blocked round the clock through October so again they're still trying to get used to that and everything on the westbound Schuylkill seems to be in good shape other majors okay south on ninety five in the northeast all right and in the on the P. A. turnpike to so you know we had that earlier broken down truck east east of Melbourne that's out of the way we'll take the good news New Jersey transit AC line is suspended between thirty street Philadelphia cherry hill the call because the Delaware drawbridges stock opened use New Jersey transit buses market Frankford el limited service and now twenty minutes late otherwise sept is operating on the lifeline service schedules cutting service allowing only essential travel till further notice and Gary Barbera.
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"On Delaware County council now there are five Democrats and zero Republican Chester County temperance used control the board of commissioners for the first time ever Bucks county for the first time since the early eighties Democrats also took the district attorney's offices in Delaware and Chester counties a first in both cases leading up to the election many Republicans tried to stress local successes while trying to distance themselves from DC politics one Republican strategist quipped it will take twenty five years to repair the damage Donald Trump done locally to the GOP while another fired back pointing out trump one PA in twenty sixteen and as a decent shot at doing it again in twenty twenty the final chapter of the story of legalizing recreational marijuana in New Jersey will be written next year by voters after what didn't happen in twenty nineteen I'm David matin it was at or near the top of governor Phil Murphy's to do list and in fact the state assembly approved a plan that also addressed other concerns like expanding most criminal records for marijuana possession but Senate president Steve Sweeney couldn't get enough fellow Democrats on board we tried for quite some time since the and be successful with a legislative solution for adult use marijuana and unfortunately the votes weren't there I truly believe it's generational but I respect my colleagues that don't support it proponents like Scott Ritter the New Jersey can a business association weren't thrilled with the impasse other issues other distractions that are preventing having constructive conversations and that's not a good sign it's one to plan B. a voter referendum to coincide with the twenty twenty presidential election between likely high turnout in polling showing general support for the issue it's likely to pass then it'll go back to the legislature they'll determine how to implement legalized marijuana this year marked the end of an era for nuclear power as vision finished at the plant infamous for the fear it stoked in our area forty years ago became one of these market rooms tells us permanent shutdown of three mile island could take sixty years here my one was a reactor not damaged in the partial meltdown at its twin TMI two in March nineteen seventy nine it commissioning a nuclear power plant is more akin to an American Honda that's Jack parents senior project official for the Nuclear Regulatory Commission which will oversee the end of TMI one operations near Harrisburg another way to think of it as the giant construction project with miles of cables and pipes removed and tons of material all the way the first task is removing the radioactive nuclear fuel and eventually placing it into storage containers on the site after that the N. R. C.'s Bruce Watson chief of the reactor de commissioning brand says the plan calls for other highly radioactive areas of the plant to be sealed off for about five decades around the fifty year mark they will start the decommissioning process server take seven to ten years to decommission the plant the license termination for the actual plant or decommissioning is supposed to be completed within sixty years to my one is owned by Axel on which made a decision to close the plant after failing to get an energy bailout package from the Pennsylvania legislature it's not what happens on the field for which a high school football game at the shore will be remembered the playoff was interrupted by gunfire violence that took the life of a young spectator I manager Kramer Pleasantville was the home team they were facing candid in the state playoff game on November fifteenth when in the third quarter.
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"Delaware County council now there are five Democrats in zero Republican Chester County temperance use control the board of commissioners for the first time ever Bucks county for the first time since the early eighties Democrats also took the district attorney's offices in Delaware and Chester counties a first in both cases leading up to the election many Republicans tried to stress local successes while trying to distance themselves from DC politics one Republican strategist quipped it will take twenty five years to repair the damage Donald trump's done locally to the GOP while another fired back pointing out trump one PA in twenty sixteen and as a decent shot at doing it again in twenty twenty the final chapter of the story of legalizing recreational marijuana in New Jersey will be written next year by voters after what didn't happen in twenty nineteen I'm David Matt it was at or near the top of governor Phil Murphy's to do list and in fact the state assembly approved a plan that also addressed other concerns like expanding most criminal records for marijuana possession but Senate president Steve Sweeney couldn't get enough fellow Democrats on board we tried for quite some time since the and be successful with the legislative solution for adult use marijuana and unfortunately the votes aren't there I truly believe it's generational when I respect my colleagues that don't support it proponents like Scott Ritter the New Jersey can a business association weren't thrilled with the impasse other issues other distractions that are preventing having constructive conversations and that's not a good sign it's one to plan B. voter referendum to coincide with the twenty twenty presidential election between likely high turn up in polling showing general support for the issue what's likely to pass then it'll go back to the legislature they'll determine how to implement legalized marijuana this year marked the end of an era for nuclear power as vision finished at the plant infamous for the fear it stoked in our area forty years ago became one of these market rooms tells us permanent shutdown of three mile island could take sixty years here my one was a reactor not damaged in the partial meltdown at its twin TMI two in March nineteen seventy nine our plan is more akin to an American Honda sprint that's Jack parents senior project official for the Nuclear Regulatory Commission which will oversee the end of TMI one operations near Harrisburg another way to think of it as the giant construction project with miles of cables and pipes removed and tons of material all the way the first task is removing the radioactive nuclear fuel and eventually placing it into storage containers on the site after that the N. R. C.'s Bruce Watson chief of the reactor de commissioning brand says the plan calls for other highly radioactive areas of the plant to be sealed off for about five decades around the fifty year mark they will start the decommissioning process server take seven to ten years to decommission the plant the license termination for the actual plant or decommissioning is supposed to be completed within sixty years to my one is owned by Axel on which made a decision to close the plant after failing to get an energy bailout package from the Pennsylvania legislature it's not what happened on the field for which a high school football game at the shore will be remembered the playoff was interrupted by gunfire violence that took the life of a young spectator I manager Kramer Pleasantville was the home team they were facing candid in the state playoff game on November fifteenth when in the third quarter.
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"Monday morning and yes Delaware County council has passed the twenty twenty budget but it did it without a tax increase but Democrats are are using outgoing Republicans on the council of purposely sandbagging the budget for political purposes they want to use a Bourbon bureau chief Jim what Jamelle work explains democratic county councilman Bryan side again Kevin Madden voted against the budget as mad and puts it because the GOP would rather dip into the reserve fund rather than actually balance the budget outgoing Majority Republican majority that has artificially held the line on taxes for the last six years meanwhile building a budgetary deficit outgoing council chairman Republican John maclean says it's Democrats playing the games is the county regularly runs a surplus adding Democrats wanted attacks like so that when they begin their terms in office not only would there be a sixty five million dollar surplus at their hands but that there would be additional revenue from a tax increase McLean outside again mad men no problem supporting similar budget and twenty eighteen but Madden says once three new council members were sworn in next month the Democrats have the majority for the first time since the civil war and a five to zero majority of that but take a closer look at the budget though he says any changes would be cost cutting not a tax increase at the suburban bureau Gemma ward Hey what up with his radio and the hallmark channel has reversed its decision to pull ads featuring a lesbian couple kissing at a wedding after public backlash a boycott hallmark channel has tag was trending on Twitter over the weekend with celebrities including Ellen DeGeneres and William Shatner blasting the decision more on this from CBS is Nikki Batiste Kate Ellis president and CEO of the LGBTQ advocacy group glad says hallmark battle to the pressure from one million moms without doing research on the group there and anti LGBT groups that only targets television and film and and commercials that have LGBTQ people in them Ellis hopes this will be a lesson on the importance of representation and inclusiveness hallmark CEO apologized in a statement on Sunday saying that the company is committed to diversity and inclusion and added that pulling the commercials what was the wrong decision meanwhile for Mississippi death row inmate could be released from custody for the first time in twenty two years old he remains under indictment a judge in Winona Mississippi is being asked to set bond for Curtis flowers the forty nine year old man has been tried six times in a case involving the murders of four workers at a furniture store in nineteen ninety six for flowers convictions in the case of an over turned into a vendetta mistrials flowers was sentenced to death after a six the trial in twenty ten but the US Supreme Court overturned that conviction the court found that prosecutors had shown an unconstitutional pattern of excluding African American jurors of the trials of flowers who is black Jim chrysalis CBS news now the K. one of you medical report sponsored exclusively by independence Blue Cross your cable W. medical editor Dr Brian McDonough chlamydia is not a pleasant topic to talk about but it's important because it's a sexually transmitted infection that has dramatic impact especially on young people if I could so common that the CDC says women under the age of twenty five who are sexually active engage in unprotected sex should be tested for chlamydia chlamydia is not just a sexually transmitted infection that can lead to a barracks with left untreated it causes a topic pregnancies in infertility in young women there are no symptoms in eighty percent of women and fifty percent of men a new study found that freshman younger than to twenty were nearly seventy percent more likely to test positive for chlamydia then students age twenty to twenty four about the private data it would have been his radio we'll get a check on traffic and weather coming up after this including what's happening on Lincoln drive it's eleven twenty on KYW newsradio get the.
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"Delaware County she been missing for several days in addition police say they also arrested thirty two year old Ashley quick of Columbus yesterday she's been charged with complicity to robbery Hilliard city council has withdrawn that proposed ordinance that would have criminalized the feeding of feral cats at last night's meeting several community members voice their disdain for the idea and offered up proposals to help the feral cats instead the council had proposed making it a misdemeanor charge if you were found feeding the strays unanimous approval last night by Columbia city council on a rate increase of about three percent for water rates starting next year this marked the seventeenth year that water rates will go up according to the department of public utilities the increase will kick in officially in January those living in Columbus will pay an average of thirty three and thirty three dollars and eighty four cents more for the entire year those outside of Columbus will be thirty seven dollars an eighty four cents more and those considered low income will see an annual increase of twenty eight dollars more and Jerry referees is retiring from ten TV revenues has been and upwards of forty five years in journalism he will anchor his last and news cast at six o'clock today six dead WTVN sports the Buckeyes for very for V. game at Michigan Saturday Jim Harbaugh giving props in the first year Buckeye coach you'll hear that in sports at five fifteen the basketball Buckeyes proving to six you know with the seventy one fifty two win over Kent state Kayla wasn't leading honesty with seventeen hockey blue jackets blank audible one nothing you notice corpus sallow twenty five saves.
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"Ninety five in Delaware County earlier broken down vehicle at the Delaware at the double decker drypoint bridge now clear as transit reported delays the cable W. twenty four hour traffic center on sample for. now the eyewitness weather five day forecast with CBS three meteorologist Katie failing we're in for a muggy day today Katie we are it's already very steamy outside Carol do points have climbed and as a result of the building see here today it'll basically feel like the height of summer so we're about ten degrees above average with our projected high eighty nine degrees I would be shocked if a couple of spots south of the city and it up at about ninety here today but regardless I mean you'll notice that it's just really really humid outside and with more sun than anything however toward evening especially there maybe a shower thunderstorm that gets sparks out there most of us do in fact stay will put an error quote dry but very steamy our overnight low drop down to about seventy three tomorrow some scattered showers work their way through the high he's eighty five behind the front that brings their showers Friday is cooler up to just seventy four degrees with some clouds overhead it's cooler and breezy on Friday but by Saturday dynamic pattern here another disturbance already moving in with scattered showers and thunderstorms we had eighty one degrees and in the wake of that the dew points drop on Sunday but he actually continues to build or back in the sun on Sunday looks like a nice very summer like day up to eighty seven degrees currently Caroline are broadcast on spring garden however we do have the clouds overhead and it's really steamy outside sixty nine already will hit eighty nine degrees all right thanks Katie at six thirty five today is September eleventh and the town in Bucks county is gathering to remember the lives lost in the terror attack on America eighteen years ago Hey why W's Tim Amana's drugs is live from lower Makefield make field them..
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"Newsradio in the Delaware County man who shot and killed his neighbor during Memorial Day weekend was ordered to stand trial on all charges including first degree murder despite cleaning the shooting was in self defense Hey what abuse a Bourbon bureau chief Jim Mel what has the story anyone facing first degree murder charges can not be let out on bail the lawyer for John balas argued first degree murder charges against his client should be taught saying this was self defense at worst third degree murder he says Joe ever owned a man who was shot was outside bells home around three AM screaming and breaking things prompting not only balances wife but other neighbors in a row homes along bishop drive and just writes the call nine one one and he says the only gunshot wound was to the top of ivory instead likely defensive shooting assist clients as I've Rome was charging when he fired the shot but prosecutors say it should be up to a jury to decide if it's first degree murder of state police corporal testified when he got the loan balance at his hands above his head told him and shot a man and pointed out where the gun was friends of however on rather hearing say you've been having personal problems but they say he didn't deserve to be killed they say because of the shooting no one wins here no matter what happens with palaces case in media Jamelle work K. whatever your news radio Lancaster man has been indicted for sexually assaulting four young girls while operating a children's home in Kenya US attorney William explain announced the charges today against sixty year old Gregory Dow the indictment claims the Dow traveled to the African nation to set up the Dow family children's home in October two thousand thirteen with financial support from his church and other organizations mix Wayne says for four years now preyed on at least for young girls who lived there and sexually abused them the indictment of the part of projects C. childhood a nationwide program to combat the growing epidemic of child sexual exploitation the project aims at locating apprehending and prosecuting those who exploit children through the internet and identifying and rescuing the victims meanwhile police in Oklahoma made one of the strangest traffic stops of all time it wasn't the usual traffic stop police in Guthrie Oklahoma pulled over a car that had been reported stolen when they searched it they found a gun in the console a rattle snake in a terrarium a canister of radioactive powdered uranium in an open bottle of Kentucky deluxe whiskey the driver Stephen Jennings is charged with possession of a stolen vehicle driving with a suspended license and with transporting an open container of liquor Pam Coulter CBS news in Arizona Nike took a lot of heat last week when they pulled their Betsy Ross flag being shoot but now with the state's governor was initially outraged he's welcome them with open arms it was just days ago that night he was at the higher of Republicans and conservatives following their move to pull their flag theme shoe from the market what a difference a day makes Arizona governor Doug Ducey now welcomes Nike to a state they announced a new processing plant for shoe soles in a Phoenix suburb level at about five hundred jobs now this is the same governor Ducey who blasted Nike for their controversial move and even blocked about a million dollars in state money for their facility Nike comes out better in the end no receive more than two million dollars in tax breaks when they open their plant in good year Arizona I'm Jeff mackay and tonight is the fortieth anniversary of one of the most infamous incidents in baseball history forty years ago today ninety eight cents and a disco record got you into Chicago's Comiskey park for disco demolition night we.
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"Delaware County home today. Police say they responded to a nine one one call and found a mother father and son stabbed the family is being treated in the hospital thankfully their injuries. According to police are not life threatening. And police say they're searching for suspects in Gloucester county. They're offering free hepatitis a vaccines to those without health insurance. After a reason spike in cases, the Gloucester county department of health says there have been eight reported hepatitis A cases in the last nine weeks and the health department usually sees less than ten cases in an entire year. So some concern there, you can get free vaccines will Swedish feminine. Nests? They're very upset. They're outraged demanding a ban on dangerous sex robots for men. That's what they call them dangerous. They claim these sex robots often have the appearances and attributes typical of the object defying sexualize degrading attitude to women found in today's mainstream pornography, and they say that a female robot cannot say no to something that the man wants unless she's programmed to say, no leaders of the women's organizations claim these fantasies stimulated by such technology. It's dangerous, and it may lead to real violence against girls and women so they want these sex spots banned. Yeah. I I would like to ban sex spots to I really would the problem with the sex says you have to recharge them. And if you leave your charger at home. And then you're just stuck with him on the couch trying to make conversation with you. Call your neighbor charge. Your do you have a you have a sexual charger? I left mine at home. And now this is like being married. This is like married at this point. We're gonna that come from the only age still at work. That is what that's the..
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"Into, this it, looks likely that baldur's is, going to win what's up here Gloria of course Donald Trump is taking? Credit but I want to say who else should take credit for this victory if it is a victory and that's John casick because John casick the guy if Fullerton wins, who brought out those suburban women who don't like Donald Trump in Delaware County and those moderate Republicans will now, there's some news did you know that women in Delaware County don't like Trump Well because he talked to him remember we we had a soundbite in case. It guess he was talking to you talked? To two women Don't you remember. You might not have because you're screening calls we had a sound bite from Casey yesterday, where he said that he was talking to women and so Gloria borger says that John casick, brought out the suburban women in Delaware, County who do not like Trump and casick. Brought, out those moderate Republicans who who don't like Trump here's f Chuck. Todd on the today show the day predicting, what it all means? Democrats I, think are. Now heavy favorites to take control of the house I think the question is really the size is. It thirty seats. Forty seats fifty seats they have a night like this like they didn't know how they could win forty to sixty seats the Republican governor John casick thinks the president, actually did more to turn. Out suburban voters against the Republican candidate here you brought the president in for. The sole reason to stir Up his base and the sort of the anti Trump vote turned out at a higher rate than. The pro Trump. Book it that is a harbinger for November watch out well now this is another interesting take. So Trump rolls into town and actually inspired the anti Trump vote F Chuck Todd now, we're talking. Sixty, seats FOX I mean the Republicans. Won sixty three I think that's the number in two thousand ten And nobody saw that coming by the way Nobody you're on a. Tea party. Neighbor Pooh. Poohing it doesn't matter it's fake it's fraud nobody saw that the Republicans didn't see it coming Obama was love popular ObamaCare and all this but they. Did they didn't see it now they're predicting the Democrats gonna win by sixty, seats here you're bringing. The president. In for. The sole reason Stirrup is base and he instead Stirs up the anti-trump, vote. At turned out at a higher. Rate than the, pro-trump vote and casick thinks, that according to. F Chuck Casey thinks. The president did more to turn out suburban voters against boulders here's balder Sohn himself last night in Newark Ohio. I'd like to thank President Trump Mr, President coming out also like to thank vice president tonight I'm going to. Promise to you but I'm going to work, relentlessly. Relentlessly for this twelfth congressional desperate America is on, the right path and.
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"A delaware county man he's charged with lying about his role in it when he applied to become a us citizen back in two thousand six kyw's steve towel now on opening statements federal prosecutors contend seventyone year old thomas will wheel of colin dale delaware county lied to immigration authorities about his role in a rebel groups brutal rise to power when he served as spokesman and minister of defense for former liberian president charles taylor federal prosecutor nelson says while we it was an acceptable public face sometimes it a nice suit he was a war maker are says the group use trialed soldier at checkpoints across the country which didn't have wooden gates that went up and down human intestines were stretched across the road and humid ads were on steaks federal public defender catherine henry told jurors will we oh never tried to hide who he was lie or mislead in the citizenship process at the federal courthouse steve tawa kyw newsradio now here's your eyewitness weather five day forecast after a beautiful tuesday we bring back a storm chance into wednesday but for the upcoming weekend it could be our first dry one in eight weeks time overnight increasing clouds mild with a spotty shower possible late a low temperature at sixty four for our wednesday a morning shower is a warm front passes through then some sunshine for the afternoon but keep an eye to the sky for a hit or miss strong thunderstorm possibly isolated severe a high temperature at eighty four with humid conditions improvement into thursday sunny warm comfortable and breezy with a high temperature at eighty.
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"Brian ramona's back with a traffic and transit update brennan good news they've gotten that car fire out on the ramp from seventy six seventy six westbound to broad street but talk about a lot of foam i mean they really had a double lottery fire retardant on this fire to get it out it is now still smoldering though so they're gonna keep that ramp shut down for the time being and it looks like they're still have the ramp closed the get onto the vine expressway westbound from sixteenth street so be prepared for some delays on the vine both direction especially heavy westbound of course as you might expect but you're jammed from ninety five around penn's landing all the way up onto the ramp and across the broad street on the schuylkill expressway westbound delays between university actually there in the vine slow again boulevard onto conshohocken and continuing out to two oh two eastbound heavy getting on it to oh two and then delays contra hyphen belmont slow again on gumri down to the vine on the blue route's outbound the heavy getting out of mid county and then slow again between broome all and baltimore pike northbound ninety five to rwanda ninety five in delaware county heavy four fifty two up to the blue route then again delay i mentioned getting onto the vi and then jammed again between three thirty two and the new jersey state line southbound heavy common to gerard also four twenty two your typical as between twenty nine and trooper the turnpike is slow between the shamanic and willow grove an accident near willow grove in the left lane in new jersey forty two northbound crawling from one sixty eight up to two ninety five fifty five northbound as well and your typical delays on the bridges heading gained on the ben franklin and the downside mass transit's okay next update less than.
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"Ninety five delaware county over the weekend drivers greeted by an electronic sign which had to be reset twice this weekend because of a sexually explicit message that kept popping up kyw's kristen johanson report near the ridley park exit along i ninety five south electric letter spelled out three words delco with an implication to a sexual act end in anatomical reference a spokesman for penn dot says they don't own the signs contractors do but they got a call about the crude words around ten am and then again in the afternoon a county maintenance manager had to manually reset the sign transportation officials say are trying to figure out how it happened kristin johannesen kyw newsradio news time nine thirty seven pierce phelps angelo carrier dealer sponsored a five day forecast we check back with katie fallon ran the eyewitness weather center katie my imagination or the skies brightening a little bit it definitely is you know we had a very difficult time seeing the tops of loop replace a comcast buildings for example here in the last few hours brandon but now we're starting to actually see that so it's indicative that certainly these clouds are starting to thin somewhat and you're right you know definitely looks a little bit brighter is it bright and sunny i well no not yet and it looks as though it's going to stay at least cloudy for the next couple of hours but those clouds are starting to thin more and more with every passing hour so we should see a bit of sunshine here as the day goes on also will have the opportunity to warm things up the high up to about seventy eight degrees today so it's a lot warmer than yesterday tonight primarily just quiet some clouds overhead overnight and into early tomorrow morning which also means the early morning rush could be impacted a round of showers or some steady pockets of ray will roll through our low hits only sixty four and then tomorrow skies.
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"Everybody was stuck at the bensalem inner change within the past several minutes turnpike was closed for about an hour westbound between delvalle and bensalem two tractor trailers involved in an accident within the past ten minutes they reopen everything the accidents on the right shoulder the roadway still still delays as you go by those of you that are continuing on the west pa turnpike get past the bensalem inner change that looks all right and that even west of this is it's fine passed the will of grove energies renouncing the normal delay or because of all the stuck traffic approaching the bensalem interchange again the lanes are open up ahead of you on the westbound pa turnpike all the alternates are also a pretty well jammed up as you travel through this thing that includes thirteen in st road west trying to get back on the turnpike add bensalem interchange your waited out a few minutes would be a good idea before you get on the turnpike all right we have an unrelated problem in bucks county north on i ninety five were we're at a crawl approaching a north of st road that's pass another accident there off to the right shoulder the roadway just before the narrow construction that's adding to the delay lisa lanes are open that's north on ninety five let's continue salva 95 in for the northeast jan cop and down to girard avenue west of the vine expressway slow 95 to broaden approaching the schuylkill expressway in the other side of town everything else is about normal this morning that includes the schuylkill expressway westbound it's not good to hear it is westbound jammed from passion gavin who divine the boulevard out the past belmont avenue eastern the schuylkill expressway slow at you will to pass contra hawkin and the curve generally down to gladwin than city down to girard avenue the rest of the way in earlier accident there four 22 is not terrible slow from a pro just east of college real down to the trooper interchange thing with thirty bypass slow from eastbound and three 22 out to around route one thirteen that also again is about normal for this time of the morning we go back to the delaware county north and the.