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"diblasio" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Well, DiBlasio is enjoying himself at old Andrew Cuomo's expense De Blasio's now calling for an investigation into the sexual harassment allegations. Against Governor Cuomo. And you know Linda Blasio's enjoying every minute of this absolute. Usually it's usually the governor whose punch an old de Blasio so the blood you can punch right back. Also in the Big Three bizarre story coming out of Los Angeles, Lady Gaga as dogs. Her part French Bulldogs. They were dog napped yesterday and the poor guy was walking the dogs for they shot. Unfortunately, he's expected to have a full recovery. But these dog never shot him and The word is out that they're holding her dogs for ransom for half a million dollars, or she's offering half a million dollars to get them back. This dog nappy thing weird, but I guess we ever come across a celebrity dog napping is before I mean it. People are test their dogs. I bet people would pay a ton of money to get the dogs back. But that's a new kind of a crime here. Strange and rounding out the big Three sanitation worker Peter Gotti has died at 81 years old. Now Peter's primary profession was not being sanitation worker have to say he was the head of the Gambino crime family took over after his brother John Gotti, went to jail. So Peter Gotti noted mobster Gambino crime family is dead at 81. All right. We're always joined this time by Rob Astorino, the political commentator and former Westchester County executive. Good Morning, Rob. How you doing? Good morning, Michael. How are you, Len? I'm good. Good to hear your rob. So rob these sexual harassment allegations against Governor Cuomo. Are these going to stick and he's really do him in Can he escape yet again? Well, he is He is Houdini. But I think he might be under underwater tied up and handcuffs for too long on this one, but Is it sexual harassment or sexual assault? I think under New York State law, it's actually sexually. It's a sexual assault. If you physically touch somebody In a sexual manner. So if that was a kiss It would technically be sexual assault. The harassment is also the Hey, I want to play strip poker and all that kind of stuff, so it might actually be both. There could technically be two charges. Hey, Rob I now I know you're not a big fan of Governor Cuomo are things just spiraling out of control for him now, Or can he can he make a recovery? They are spiraling. But let me let me do the unthinkable. If you know for Democrats and Democrats listen up. Governor Cuomo. Okay, He should be presumed innocent until proven guilty. He should be given due process. But my question to Governor Cuomo is this because he said some ugly things in the past about Trump some very ugly things in the past about Brett Kavanaugh on that all women must be believed, and it's despicable if you don't believe them and all those things, so I'm just asking Governor Cuomo does do his words. But he said back then, do they apply now to him, And that's really the standard that we all need to be applying here. So you know he's been pretty quiet on this. Look, I don't know who to believe. Honestly, but I do think there should be some sort of investigation on this front. We obviously need investigation on the nursing home front. You know the allegations against Ron Kim the assemblyman? I mean, I can tell you because I told it on your show last week. I think it's true because He's done that to everybody. I mean, the guy is just a bully. And nicest thing I can say is he's the bully. But then I don't know. I mean and Michael Dees do. I think he will escape this I think people have to realize there are 12 months away until nominations and 20 months away until the gubernatorial election, So he's got a lot of time for these. You know wounds to heal a little bit, But I would say right now he's in critical condition and bleeding out in the street. So whether an ambulance comes for him, and that's a democratic ambulance is really going to be the question. Well, Rob, Here's the thing, though. I mean, what he has on the side is the mainstream media, which I'm quite convinced they are out to protect him. When these allegations surfaced just the other day, you didn't hear anything on NBC. ABC, CBS. I went to the New York Times, right, and I had to search high and low on their website to find the story about these allegations. It was completely buried in their website. Had these allegations been about Trump? Of course, they would have been that they would have in the headlines Stormy Daniels and the woman who claimed that he raped her. I mean, these were trumpeted in The New York Times, the Cuomo thing was buried. Oh, listen on CNN. I was on like every night, every segment, talking about every allegation against Trump on Cavanaugh and it was non stop, and it was the most far fetched things. With, you know, the wonderful people like Michael Cohen or or Aven Adi making these allegations and confirming them and remember him. Wow. We haven't heard his name in a while. God, we missed Michael. Everybody don't wait. Forgot about him. Yeah, So it was nonstop all the time. And you're right, like the New York Times. There are people who have not heard for the most part that Cuomo's going through this or can't believe it because they don't get the New York Post. And if they watch the nightly news, it's hardly on at all. And I think what like the New York Times is doing. They print something somewhere. And and that checks the box for them. And then they could move on to Ted Cruz e. Um, you know, I think you know what you're saying is pretty accurate, Rob. It's just I don't You know, I think These things are impossible or very hard to prove they were, you know for Trump, you know, he said, she said in there very, very hard for Cuomo's. This may just come down to, he said. She said again with that's time left, and that's a whole raft of people start piling on. You know a lot of Bill Cosby or a Harvey Weinstein. This'll may you know, just fritter away. Well, Boylan said that there are others who at this moment and she was pretty, you know, emphatic about basically saying that at this time are afraid to come out. So she's hinting that there are others that she knows of, and she was kind of Going to be out there first and be the lead on this to try to give power to others to come out. You know, we'll see about that. I mean, if that happens, you know, where are the leading voices? We'll start with Kirsten Gillibrand in New York. Where is she on something like this? She hasn't demanded investigation, or she hasn't demanded. Cuomo resigned. She's not sitting there saying everyone must be. Every woman must be believed. So where is she on something like this, and I could go through the entire laundry list. Of Democrats who we heard nothing but screaming and shouting and, you know, believe every allegation against everybody for the last four years when it was orange Mint. Now there's crickets, you know, and that that really tells you more about them than anything. We'll rob. I mean, let's face it. The left has weaponized the hashtag Neetu era to use it against Conservatives and Republicans. That zah shame which is terrible. They've done women who, really? Yeah, because women who have really gone through this, you know you should have their day in court, but that's the thing. They should be heard. And if there is something that was a group criminal in nature, it needs to go through a process. People shouldn't be hung in the public square because of an allegation..
"diblasio" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Out below 22 overnight. Thanks, Mike. WCBS news time. It's 11 10. This will be the last weekend people will be able to ice skate at two rings in Central Park because the city has severed contracts with the Trump Organization following last month's deadly attack of the capital. Woman rink and Lasker rink in Central Park will both close at the end of the day on Sunday, Mary DiBlasio says the Trump contracts were already set to expire this year, said he's just pulling the plug a little earlier. York City restaurants will be increasing indoor dining capacity to 35% by next Friday, but there's new evidence of the damage that the pandemic has been causing. Let's hear from Peter Haskell to Christ, his in the restaurant industry is growing. Our survey found that 92% of participating restaurants and bars could not pay their full rent in the month of December into Ridge, he says That number is getting higher every month. He heads the industry trade group endured. Dining started last week 25%, but it's not enough. We're hoping to get the 50% as soon as possible again, not going to save the industry, but it's going to help a little bit more. Where'd she says Thousands of city restaurants have closed in 140,000 jobs have been lost. Peter has school W City as NewsRadio 80 80 WCBS news time 11 11 Reliable power from Novak keeps us connected to so many good things,.
Cuomo policy may have led to over 1,000 nursing home deaths in New York
"Says Governor Cuomo's policy of sending coronavirus patients back to nursing homes may have led to 1000 deaths. Study by the Empire Center for Public Policy says that policy was responsible for one in every six nursing home deaths in the state. Now Republicans in the state Senate are moving to form an impeachment commission and mayor De Blasio is also speaking out after some women Ron Kim of Queens, says governor Cuomo threatened him over his comments about the nursing home situation. No secret. DiBlasio and Governor Cuomo have clashed at times in the past. Mayor says he's been on the receiving end of some similar phone calls Many times, I believe Ron Kim Kim has said that last week he was called while at home with his family and threatened after asking questions about how Corona virus was handled in nursing homes. De Blasio saying wrong, Kim was trying to raise real concerns and honest concerns. And that deserves respect. And he wasn't given respect. Cuomo maintains he was asking Kim to correcting misquoted news report, adding the Queen's politician is lying.
"diblasio" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"That's our P o l a dot com Looks like we might just make it through this latest letter store, Mac you weather says things of tapered off considerably tonight, and I mean, we're totally done about the brunt of it appears to be over bringing inaccurate the meteorologist Brian Thompson. Now with the latest details they brought Hillary Yeah, pretty quiet right now across the area. We have a little bit of freezing drizzle and some sleeve. That's kind of the main issues we're seeing right now with the radar. Is pretty clear, indicating whatever is out. There is very light at this hour. But it does not take much freezing Drizzle to make especially some of the secondary roads. Some of the sidewalks very slippery. Keep that in mind issue around about tonight and into tomorrow morning. It looks like anything that is around tonight, so I'll be very light very, really, not much in the way of additional snow accumulation. Tonight. We'll see temperatures rise a bit toward daybreak. And then tomorrow that mix switches back over to snow. We may see another inch or two of snow through tomorrow before things wrap up into early tomorrow night. So again, the bulk of the snow is behind us, but still some slick conditions of times. Not all the time. But at times through tonight and tomorrow, Larry Thank you, Bry out on the streets Hard to say that we does the bullet per se, but it is safe to say things weren't as bad as we thought. As Brian mentioned. One point they were predicting up to 10 inches of snow like area Why, but no, that didn't happen. It happened. I think out on the island or in some other pockets, but not overall. Speaking of the sidewalks, though Bear DiBlasio held a news conference today to talk about sidewalk dining and other places in the wake of the storm. And aside from a few snow flurries, it was almost visual is business as usual Indoor dining. 25% capacity is open. Sidewalk dining is open. The only thing that's closed for today, and today only is.
New York City Covid Vaccine Disparities Revealed in ZIP Code Data
"On vaccination rates by ZIP code and NPR's Sally Heard ships reports that the numbers highlight Ah Stark divide residents of some wealthy or waiter. Zip codes are up to eight times more likely to have received the vaccine. Neighborhoods in Staten Island and Manhattan had the highest vaccination rates while the South Bronx parts of Queens and Brooklyn were behind. While the data don't indicate who is eligible, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Having this information will help overcome underlying disparities. The challenge here is that the Folks who already have been doing very well in our society also happened to be folks who had a high level of confidence in the vaccine. And tremendous ability tol out there and go wherever it took. DiBlasio says. A new vaccination site in East New York opens this week prioritizing a Brooklyn ZIP code. We're just 3% of residents have received a shot Sally, her ship's NPR
Indoor Dining Can Begin in New York City This Friday, In-Person Learning to Begin February 25
"Has just announced that 25% indoor dining will return to New York City on Friday. That's two days before the previously announced start on Valentine's Day, where DiBlasio says middle schools will reopen to in person learning in 17 days for our Children in the middle grades, grades 68. You are coming back to school in person for all who were signed up for in person education. It's going to start up again Thursday, February 25th and glassy, announcing today that Citi Field will become a mega vaccination side day after tomorrow. The site will be open to all Queens residents. But people from the other four boroughs will have to be TLC drivers or food delivery people to make a vaccination appoint workers from all over the five boroughs. Can go to a city field for appointments and, of course, again a preference and focus on the people of Queens to make sure we reached deep into that burrow that was hit so hard and vaccination sites that had to close yesterday because of the snow are back up and running today in New
"diblasio" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Drill is the same Marry, DiBlasio says. It's best for everyone to stay inside. Stay off the roads, eyes going to be very intense snowfall for some of that time frame. We wanted people off the roads being safe at home, and we want to make sure That sanitation could get out there and do their job. Alternate side of the street. Parking is suspended for the week. But you must still pay the parking meters. The sanitation commissioner says he has 200,000 tons of salt and the snowplow drivers in salt spreaders are very dedicated to getting the job done. And with regard to outdoor dining, you cannot eat inside the street igloos or sheds. But if there is sidewalk dining that's okay. Carol D'Auria 10 10 wins News Now AM to is running on a regular Sunday schedule. Governor Cuomo has directed state agencies to prepare for state response, and many of the state run vaccination sites, including Stony Brook in Jones Beach on Long Island are closed today. People will be contacted reschedule, However, Yankee Stadium, the Javits Center, Aqueduct Racetrack and the Westchester County Center are set to open They have indoor areas. Wins used on 904. NASA executive Laura current Old tendon wins Brian Britain, They're working on the snow out there, salting the roads, and you know that the estimates keep changing first, it was little that it was big. Now it's sort of in the middle. But the problem out here is that we have snow upon snow now, of course for complete storm coverage. Good attended wins dot com. You can also share your pictures and videos from today Storm on our social media pages. Headed ones on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Ah, Sunday Storm's not much of a problem for most schools bots. Students who were planning to take the entry exam for specialized high schools are gonna have to reschedule. Department. Abed cancel today's planned example. Charter and private school students. It was set to start at 8 A.m. in middle school buildings. No words of our no makeup date, but the department says registered students will still get a chance to take the exam. Eighth graders in D O E schools for the last month. Also about 100, Bronx High School students showed up to take the A. C T yesterday and found a locked building and no explanation. The Post is those kids waited outside Frederick Douglass Academy three in the cold for more than an hour. Custodian finally told her the principal had no idea there was an exam deal, He says the private testing company scheduled it without their approval or contacting the school. A. C T later tweeted out an apology, promising an email about the next step in two weeks. Wins news time. Nine off checking the tent and win Zaki, where the four day forecast Well, we already know what the word for today is. It's no wonder store morning runs through this evening. It's no leads to slippery spots and roads, and the highways could see some Mexican along the coast. Ultimately, 3 to 6 inches tapering off the flurries by late afternoon that it gets cold in it to be more trouble because all of the slush in standing water could freeze solid tonight's low 19. But tomorrow there's sun patchy clouds but brisk and chili. The high 30 Cloudy not is called Tuesday. Sun and clouds sun mixes with so it could be some snow and rain At times on Tuesday, the high 38 And brisk Wednesday. Clouds and sun High 32 Right now. We're still looking at 30 and seven degrees as the snow comes in that temperature is going to drop down into the up into the lower thirties in Midtown wins news time 906 a return to the pulpit this morning for New York's archbishop after covert quarantine in late January,.
"diblasio" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Trucks pre positioned in those critical locations. And where DiBlasio says outdoor dining on sidewalks will still be allowed tomorrow. In the event. Any customers do you want to go for it and eat outside? No snow storm? This storm will want rival the heavy snowfall we saw earlier this week, but a hazardous travel advisory has been posted. Sanitation Commissioner Edward Grayson says they're preparing to keep this city's roads passable in the bad weather have over 200,000 tons of salt on hand. Fight this event. What we will be doing is redeploying all 715 salt spreaders and 2000 parked vehicles to respond to tomorrow's event. As commissioner Chris Well stated, please, if you can stay off the roads tomorrow, that would be really helpful. So they could get out there and do their work. The empty, meanwhile, says it's preparing for the storm is well outfitting Busses, with tire chains getting ready to clear snow from rails and such. They say regular Sunday schedules will be in effect, but they're urging all New Yorkers to just stay home and avoid unnecessary travel during the storm. As of now, mayor de Blasio says the city's corona virus vaccination sites will be open tomorrow. But Governor Cuomo says several state run sites will be closed. That'll include Bronx Bay Plaza and Lehman College in the Bronx at production, Queens, Stony Brook and Joan Speech on Long Island and Glen Island in New Rochelle. The governor says all appointments will be rescheduled for sometime during the following seven days. We keep it locked here a 10 10 wins and 10 10 wins dot com We'll have continuing coverage of our Super Bowl Sunday. Snow Storm winds news time 10 25 I really messed this one up. What's wrong? Valentine's Day I procrastinated and now I'm stuck. It's easy Dominion Jewelers. I thought they only had custom jewelry. Oh, they are amazing and custom design but also have a gorgeous selection of bracelets, earrings and unique, handcrafted jewelry. The best part is the perfect gift is ready to route today. Handcrafted, custom designed.
New York City Mayoral Candidates Unite To Stop "Superspreader" Ballot Petitioning
"New York City public advocate Germany. Williams and seven of the leading mayoral candidates are urging city and state leaders to suspend ballot petitioning under city and state law, candidates must gather thousands of eligible signatures to secure a spot on the June primary ballot on the Brian Lehrer Show. Mayor de Blasio said he thinks candidates need to do something to show grassroots support. There's lots of ways that could be done, potentially including online, so I very much would like to see. Change here because we're in the middle of pandemic, but I am not certain that something can do alone. DiBlasio says he thinks the change would need to be made at the state level.
New York Mayor De Blasio Says Restaurant Workers Should Be Vaccinated Before Indoor Dining Resumes
"Remains in effect in New Jersey. It's been lifted in New York City, but obviously want to keep saying the folks if you don't need to be driving on the roads, please don't make her DiBlasio alternate side of the street parking That remains suspended till Saturday. Sanitation Commissioner Ed Grayson says emergency snow were movers are hard at work. They will be focusing on trying to get some of the shoveling. Don't at the pedestrian crosswalks and do some. You know the catch basins in the hydrants, mega vaccine sites and public schools reopen tomorrow. Outdoor dining resumes at three PM today with Governor Cuomo allowing New York City restaurants to reopen endure dining at 25% capacity on Valentine's Day. Cuomo and married a Blasio are at odds over vaccinating restaurant workers. I would like to see restaurant workers eligible makes total sense. But what is eligibility mean? When you don't have the supply necessary? Governor? Cuomo asks. Who do you want to remove? You want to remove teachers? Police fire 65 plus New York City Mayor de Blasio imploring the governor to change his mind. The state made a decision now follow through on decision and add those folks to the one B category. I'm Deborah Valentine for 77 w. ABC News W.
"diblasio" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Making faces. They're they're They're shaking their heads, man. What? What a bunch of clowns I work with. We really do need to be on TV. President. Biden said he got a generous letter from President Trump See He's not the evil person. You think he is. He wrote A nice letter. No. Biden says he won't discuss the letter until the first speaks to the president. But I thought it was interesting, his press secretary says. That doesn't mean he's got to call him right. I wonder who wrote the letter. But anyway, if you want to say trumped is good, maybe even Kuroda By Mayor DiBlasio says 23 towns in vaccination appointments are going to be rescheduled because of a shortage of doses. A will now wants permission to use second doses. They're just sitting there in reserve. My frustration is ah lot of vaccine 65,000 doses sitting in a refrigerator on artificial reserve when we need them right now. Yeah, that's a great plan, The mayor warned the city will completely run out of the vaccine by the end of the week. Okay. President Biden's call for unity went beyond just his words. Did you notice mice President Kamila Harris, Michelle Obama and Hillary Clinton were all wearing Her bull purple. Yeah, well, there's a reason it was purple purple is made it by combining red and blue, the colors of the Democratic and Republican states. It's unclear who organized this effort to wear. The bipartisan color may have come from the Biden administration, or maybe just the women themselves. Put on purple because that's how they felt that day. Maybe was the purple People eater. Don't remember. Okay. There you go. Nice guys coming up next. Hey, Michael's gonna have all the highlights of Joe Biden's terrific inaugural address on that is coming away for this one folks..
New York Police Officer Who Killed Delrawn Small In 2016 Driving Dispute Will Face Disciplinary Charges
"The New York Police Department will be bringing disciplinary charges against an officer who killed a man in 2016 in a road rage shooting, and Brooklyn officer Wayne Isaacs was found not guilty of criminal charges and trial. In the death of Del Ron small, small girlfriend told police at the time. Small felt that Isaac's cut him off in traffic and got out of his car to confront the officer and the officer shot him. Jury found Isaac's not guilty of murder or manslaughter, but the City civilian Complaint Review Board found there was excessive force used. Police Commissioner German Shea says the NYPD will cooperate with the CCR be in every way. The smallest family criticizes both the police and mayor DiBlasio for waiting 4.5 years after the shooting to start Disciplinary proceedings.
As Vaccine Supply Dwindles in New York City, Race Is On to Get Shots for Most Vulnerable
"With the appointments to get a covert vaccine shot at from Thursday on in New York City may wanna listen up and call ahead before going. The mayor says the city has administered nearly a half million doses so far and had a goal of completing another 300,000 this week. Warns. Look at the rate we are going. We will begin to run out on Thursday. This Thursday, two days from now, and we will have literally nothing left to give. As of Friday, DiBlasio underlined how critical a moment this is, it means if we don't get more vaccine quickly out new supply of vaccine we will have to cancel appointments. No longer give shots after Thursday for the remainder of the week at a lot of our sites, and the mayor noted on the president's schedule, the city is not slated to receive another vaccine shipment until next Tuesday. He said. He's counting on the Biden administration to cut the red tape, simplify the process and fix this.
Mayor Says New York City Will Set up 250 Vaccination Sites This Month
"Mayor is promising. The city will ramp up its vaccination efforts. WCBS reporter which Lam has details. The mayor is promising a 24 7 efforts, saying that one million doses of the vaccine will be administered in New York City by the end of the month. In the next few weeks, I want to see S start to vaccinate educators and school staff. I want to see us Vaccinate first responders of all kinds. Cops firefighters across the spectrum. We're focused right now on our health care heroes were focused on nursing homes. But during the month of January, we need to expand those categories. The city needs the states permission to expand, who is eligible, Health Commissioner Dr Dave Choksi says on the ground. Our plan is to double the current capacity of about 125 sites where New Yorkers air being vaccinated today to at least 250 sites by the Of the month, and DiBlasio noted the initial weeks of the vaccines Administration had been necessarily careful and slow, but declared. Now it's time to sprint.
NYPD Officer Shot in Brooklyn, but Vest Stops the Bullet, New York
"Officials say. An NYPD officer responding to a domestic violence call in Brooklyn, was shot in his bulletproof vest. Last night. The incident happened on the third floor of a house on a Bergen Street in Crown Heights. Authorities say a woman's boyfriend fired officers striking one in the back, but the bullet did not penetrate the skin. Police officers returned at least seven shots, but the suspect was not hit. He was arrested following a foot pursuit. DiBlasio says it was fortunate Police were present. Here is a time When we were expect people to treat each other with greatest kindness and instead Woman's life was in danger. The only reason she is alive tonight is because Our office was there. His partners were there. The NYPD was there. The officer was brought to Kings County Hospital and is expected to be released.
"diblasio" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"To free speech. DiBlasio supports the findings and released the video this morning sees a reflection right now. That's what the holidays are. I'm reflecting on what happened in May and June and I look back with remorse. I wish I had done better. Wanted one to understand that and I'm sorry I didn't do better, and I've learned a lot of valuable lessons and I want our police department to do better. Police Commissioner Dermot Shea says. He's also reviewed the report, which found a lack of clearly defined strategy and how the NYPD responds to large scale demonstrations. It includes a 20 point list of recommended reforms and things like police tactics and enforcement. My commissioner. Shea says he intends to incorporate those recommendations into future policy and training. New York was one of scores of places around the nation that erupted in protest after the death of George Floyd, the black man seen on video begging for his life while being held down by police in Minneapolis. Here in New York. At least one police officer was hit with assault charges for shoving a protester and there have been calls for officer accountability. Wins news time Ted of four Ah, more help is on the way to battle. The pandemic. Shipments are expected to begin this weekend for another approved Corona virus. Vaccine correspondent Soccer Madani Reports Food and Drug Administration advisory panel has endorsed the second covert 19 vaccine from a durn A and the National Institutes of Health. Been studied in great detail on this vaccine is highly outweighs any of the issues that we've seen. Stanford's Dr Haley Ganz was among those voting to recommend the vaccine for emergency use approval after a day long meeting where Madonna said the vaccine is 94% effective. The FDA itself is expected to quickly approve the shot, adding a badly needed second vaccine to the fight as soon as next week, with Madonna ready to ship millions of doses. Soccer Megane Washington. Meanwhile, Vice President Mike Pence was vaccinated for coping 19 this morning at a live video in an effort to reassure the nation that the vaccine is safe, especially want to thank the fine medical team. It Walter Reed. Hospital that administered our vaccine today. I didn't feel a thing. Well done, and we appreciate your service to the country. The vice president's wife was also vaccinated, as was searching General Dro madam's No shot. Yet, though, for President Trump, who's been largely uninvolved so far in the vaccine rollout campaign, President elect Joe Biden will be vaccinated as soon as next week. Meanwhile, more than a dozen states, including Connecticut now say they've been told by the federal government to expect far fewer doses of the Fizer of Corona virus vaccine next week. Then they were promised. With no explanation, as prompted worries about delays and shortages of the shots for health care workers and residents of care facilities. Though Pfizer says their production levels have not changed, officials in hard hit California say their allocation of the vaccine is being cut by 40%. Senior Trump Administration officials are downplaying the risk of delays. Lucky weather calling for a Cold Day, some sun lots of clouds and a high of 32 mainly clear tonight and very cold. Low 19 in the city that cold weather.
"diblasio" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Far so good on the l I e, the northern and Southern State Park Ways. I'm Kelly Dylan. Our next reported a 31 on 10. 10 wins. Well, if you're one of those people who likes Snow, then today was disappointing. He'll be thrilled with the forecast for Wednesday, though, when the Tri state has a Nice Ice storm on the way accurate. There has been tracking that store for US meteorologist Brian Thompson. Joining us now live with the latest Brian. Yeah. Donna and the Snow lovers have been pining for a storm like this for a while. We really didn't have any of this last winner winner that featured less than five inches of snow for the entire season in Central Park. Might get more than that on with this upcoming storm alone, But we're going to see the snow arrived Wednesday afternoon. Looks like the heaviest snowfall Wednesday nights and then gradually wind down over the course of the morning hours on Thursday. Now the wind is gonna pick up to as the storm system develops off to our south That's going to create near blizzard conditions of times with wind gusts potentially over 40 MPH. Drop the visibility and make for some dangerous travel times. Right now we're expecting 6 to 12 inches of snow for the city and nearby suburbs there. We also expect more than a foot of snow in parts of North Jersey and up into the Hudson Valley as well. And if the storm takes just the right track we could see more than a foot of snow. Potentially in parts of the city is something we'll keep an eye on keep it locked in a 10 10 wins. Over the next day or so, as we continue to find soon, the forecast but certainly looks like a impactful snowfall coming across the tri state. Donna Oh, yes, And the storm is Brian coming at a very bad time for city restaurants now that a ban on indoor dining is back in effect today, the Department of Sanitation has put new rules in place for outdoor dining set ups when there's snow that has to be removed as our Juliet Papa reports with a snow alert, restaurant owners have to remove furniture heaters and possibly the coverings on their outdoor set ups. They're DiBlasio, explaining the best of all worlds is when they have the ability easily remove what they have built for outdoor dining. For some, that's a lot harder than for others. Emergency management Commissioner Dan Creswell says they're checking the forecast frequently and expect to give more direction. Tomorrow. We are meeting with the National Weather Service three times a day to get updates. The Department of Sanitation Advisory says of those 12 inches of snow or more owners or managers must remove or consolidate their structure as much. Is possible. Juliet Papa 10. 10 wins news. Wins news Time. A 24 the current of Ivor Corona virus vaccine that is has arrived, and now the race is on toward herd immunity. Much of the nation hoping that race will be a sprint, a nursing Queens became one of the first people in the nation to get a newly approved visor vaccine rolling up her sleeve at L. A J Medical Center, where she works as a critical care nurse, Sandra Lindsay had been treating coma patients herself..
Students return to New York City schools once more after virus closure
"Largest public school system gets back to in person learning for some of its students. Weeks after closing due to a rise in covert cases, preschool students and Children in kindergarten through fifth grade in New York City, go back today. Special ed students in all grades go back Thursday, middle and high school students will have to continue all remote classes. At least until after the holiday break. According to Mayor DiBlasio. Public School buildings were closed down after positive Corona virus test in the city reached a level of 3% over a seven day period. That rate is now over 5%. But De Blasio has said it's safe to reopen school buildings with beefed up testing protocols. Julie
Cuomo says indoor dining in New York City will end if coronavirus hospitalization rate doesn't stabilize
"Rate in the city of New York fails to stabilize within five days, he'll shut down indoor dining in the city. Right now, Indoor dining is limited to 25% in the city 50% generally elsewhere in the state. If that hospitalization rate doesn't stabilize, which, frankly, I don't expect it to Over the next five days. Then we'll go from 25 0 in New York, 50 to 25 outside of New York City and marry DiBlasio, also
"diblasio" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"DiBlasio now joining the call for national grid to put a stop to the North Brooklyn pipeline project. Along with the environmental concerns, the mayor says he's also opposed because of the impact on minority communities and because in his view, national grid has failed to clearly demonstrate why the pipeline is needed. Utility has not responded to the mayor's comments. But it said in the past that the project would boost systems safety and reliability and help economic growth. Utilities in California have started shutting off the power preemptively in spots this as Southern California braces for weather that could spark even more wildfires. This includes wind gusts of up to 70 miles an hour with humidity as low as 4%. In parts of L. A county wins news time to 54. 81 year old midnight snapper caught off the coast of Australia could be the oldest fish ever. It was found by the Australian Institute of Marine Science as part of a study into the longevity of tropical fish. It was identified along with 10 other fish over the age of 60. All of them unfortunately, are now dead. That's because scientists determine their age by dissecting them. And studying growth fans and their ear bones. I guess he took one for the team because scientists say the work will help them better understand how fishes longevity could be impacted. Like climate change. 49 degrees. It's mostly sunny. We're headed down to 44 wins news Time to 50. I've so sit. Oh,.
Tickets Required To View New York's Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree This Year
"The Rockefeller Center Christmas tree going to be a big challenge this year. DiBlasio is encouraged people to take in the tree on TV instead of in person, he says. Anyone who does not heed the advice will need a ticket to get near the tree that time. That you get will only be five minutes of a viewing different approach, but approach that will keep people safe and I keep saying I'll say it again so we can get through the next year. Next year. I look forward to so many of our traditions coming back so we can be there in person. Enjoy them The way we all leads have and that we cherish. Let's stay safe this year so everyone can get through the next year and enjoy those traditions together. As for the tickets, the most you can get is four
New York City Will Reopen Elementary Schools and Reduce Hybrid Learning
"Public schools plan to welcome some students back into classrooms next Monday, Mayor DiBlasio says the option will be available for three K through fifth graders who have already opted into the city's blended learning model. That move excludes nearly two thirds of the city students who had already opted out Here to talk us through it all is w n Y. C is planning Editor Kate Hinds. Hey, Kate. Good morning, David. It's okay. First Mayor de Blasio had really been sticking to his earlier decision to close down schools if the citywide positivity rate reached 3% He went ahead and did it even though he faced some pretty vocal criticism over that. What seems to have brought about this new change of heart? Yeah, There's quite a bit of whiplash happening in the school's policy. But I'm going to guess it was the ferocious pushback. He got from many parents and local elected officials, who pointed out that it was inconsistent to keep Children from learning in person. At the same time, bars and restaurants are allowed to operate. Albeit at lower capacity, and that 3% benchmark was something that had been set in the summer, you know, months ago, and of course, the science is changing and evolving all the time, and it seemed to some people. Inconsistent to stick to something that was a low number set, you know, way back in the early you know what was then an earlier time in the pandemic, also, even though coronavirus cases are increasing right now, in New York City's positivity rate is 3.9%. That number's been lower in schools before the mayor shut down all in person learning 12 days ago. 0.28% of the school based tests were positive. So there is consensus at least right now. That transmission of is less of an issue in schools than in other settings. OK, so help us understand All of this, though not all kids are going to be able to go back to schools. The decision Comes with a lot of asterisks who gets to go back so buildings will reopen on December 10th for students in all grades of what's known as District 75. These are students with the most significant disabilities but one week from today Monday, December 7th schools serving three K pre K and students in kindergarten through fifth grade, will reopen two families who were already in blended learning. So, in other words, if you picked and all remote program, you are still all remote. If you were hybrid, you're moving, or you might be moving to a more in person experience. But school's still have to determine if they have the space to do that increased in person learning because spacing protocols still apply. It may be that schools that already had a high number of kids opting into hyper learning won't really be able to expand capacity will be watching that closely. It's the school's who had just small numbers of students showing up for in person 123 days a week who might be able to expand in person learning again for the students who had already signed up. So this turns out to be roughly about 190,000 students All told that this will affect that still a fraction of the 1.1 million public school students in New York City. Who's not returning to school yet middle and high school students there is still no plan yet to return them to in person learning, and the mayor said they'll be working on that in the days and weeks to come. Okay. Lot of unknowns here. How is this gonna work? Well, elementary kids be using Buildings and staff previously assigned to older students. Great question. I don't know the answer to that, you know, space and available teachers is going to be a huge consideration. 20% of students and staff will need to be tested each week and the mayor keeps hammering home how important it is to fill out the consent form and that you will not be allowed to go due to Returned to a school building. Without that consent form. There are still protocols to close classrooms or schools in the event of positive cases. And of course, we have to take into consideration Governor Cuomo's zone protocols, so schools in red or orange zones have will have different requirements. And there's still an orange zone in Staten Island right now, although schools contest out of that, and what about those bars and gyms that have stayed open or are there any plans to rethink that in face of the recent increase in covert cases? Right. Well, unlike schools, which are you know, seemed to be more or less under the control of localities on Lee Governor Cuomo can determine if bars and restaurants and gyms have to shut down, so that's something that will be watching closely. Okay, a
New York City Mayor De Blasio Promises New Plan On Reopening Schools Next Week, Regrets Not Having A Plan Already
"Bill de Blasio says public schools will reopen. But as we hear from NPR's Sally her ships, the plan for getting back in classrooms is not yet firm. Mayor De Blasio's shared some details. Public schools will reopen in stages with a focus on special in early education and coronavirus testing involved. 300,000 students will increase from once a month. But DiBlasio says the city has been focused on trying to reduce 3% virus. Positivity rate the point at which school shut down so a full plan isn't ready yet. We didn't have a plan B and we should have had a plan B. But I also understand why we didn't because we were really dealing with so many day to day, hour to hour issues and trying to find a way to avert getting to that. 3%. The mayor says the reopening plan will be released next week. Sally, her ship's NPR news. More people
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"DiBlasio, the Washington Hey, we're still here. Anybody home in there staring out of nearly $4 billion budget gap, hoping the Fed will come through with something before we fall through it, he says the big Apple still need stimulus money. Everybody's favorite Weather Dude al broker was back in the chair one NBC today, saying he feels fine cracking jokes and updating a viewer about his future outlook after his prostate cancer surgery since ever Dacula the mainly clear skies tonight, risking cold out with a lower 39 thistles and a rodeo Bloomberg stocks rose early. Following AstraZeneca's coping vaccine. Nu slipped back then regroups now finished higher by 328 wins news time. Seven old one and from your traffic center tonight. Here again is Russ Meyer. And Laurie. I've been watching the cross Bronx on our 10. 10 wins Jam Cam. It is having a tougher evening, then usual that a number of accidents system since the afternoon evening commute kicked in. Right now we have got westbound, slow downs, just west of the Proctor interchange out to the Deegan. We have a crash before the Deegan and another crash right at the Deegan each taking out Elaine, the eastbound side, not having a dribble evening, either that title from the dig in on after the Sheridan and then over by the Proctor interchange. We have two lays the stalled vehicle being cleared North bound side of the Deegan. Actually not too bad. A little slow in the Yaqui standing, just getting word of an accident there, the broker Usual type of the RFK Bridge to the Hunts Point drawbridge. Now, here's what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels as a result of that cross Bronx mess. It'll be nearly an hour from the cross Bronx approach. Otherwise, the app and GWB should be more than 20 minutes. Inbound at about 20 minutes. The Lincoln is fine in both directions. Holiday all care inbound the outbound side. Well, that will be 20 to 30 minutes, depending on where you are coming from and where you are headed. Here is what we see on Long Island's Big three. Everything okay on the L I e, northern state and Southern state Ultimate side parking rules. For tomorrow. Traffic and transit every 10 minutes on the ones breaking traffic alerts.
New York City piles on outdoor dining rules as winter approaches
"Where DiBlasio has said he expects the state to impose restrictions in the city in December that would limit restaurants to outdoor dining restaurants were among the hardest hit businesses when New York City emerged as a pandemic hot spot in March. Alliances. Nearly 150,000 industry employees are out of work, and another shutdown could result in 90,000, New Yorkers, possibly losing their jobs again.
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"Mayor DiBlasio warning of shutdowns If the virus spirals out of control. We have a brief window. We have to make that turn around quickly. So I think the simple answer is no, it's not yet time for those broader restrictions. I pray it will never be that time. But if we don't act quickly, then those restrictions could become a reality. Well, the hot spots in Queens and southern Brooklyn. Those red zones that had shut down since early October have been moved into orange cautions own schools will remain closed, but some non essential businesses can reopen. An outdoor dining can resume. And we're live on Staten Island. Marla Diamond WCBS news radio 8 87 06, a WCBS, New Jersey is tightening restrictions on indoor dining. At the same time, the weather will be getting colder. That, of course, will make people a little less likely to eat outside. WCBS reporter Peter Haskell says the move is raising concerns in the restaurant industry. The infection rated surgeon, but there's no direct link to restaurants. Mary Lou Halverson feels they're being blamed. The overall concern is just always going back to the restaurant industry as a scapegoat for the spread, however, since President this stage restaurant industry trade group She's his people want to meet and restaurants were safe. These gatherings are happening. It's just happening in people's homes or in places where the sanitation is not it good foreign 10 restaurants and this data have closed temporarily over good. Peter has school you city as news radio, WCBS news time 707 traffic and weather together next, and the Children were nestled all snug in their beds, while visions of cyber threats danced in their heads and cyber threats to the holidays, and it ruins the whole thing like if you give shopping online I entered my credit card so lively and quick, Never considering that cyber.
New York City Infection Rate Crosses 2%
"To more and more restrictions and going back to some of the ways we had to live in the spring. DiBlasio once indoor dining reevaluated, and he's urging folks not to travel for the upcoming holidays and promises promises stricter stricter stricter
New York Mayor Praises City on Election, Says Federal Aid Major Issue
"With the election still in doubt, Mayor De Blasio is still hoping the feds will help the city dig out of covert debt. Here's rich land. The mayor says New York City needs a strong federal stimulus to get us back on our feet. I asked him. Given that the Senate looks as though it will remain majority GOP. Does he still believe that's goingto happen in February? As he projected it might. I think, if you've got a Democratic president, Democrat house in a very closely split Senate, clearly you have the basis for a major stimulus. I think it President Trump had called for major stimulus, he would have gotten it, DiBlasio noted. If the voting puts former vice President Biden in the White House, clearly a Democratic president who can get a few Publicans who represent states and dire need to join in. I think we can get a strong stimulus, the mayor asserted. Even if Mr Trump were to prevail, there will be huge pressure on him to do a stimulus, adding The country can't recover
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"Meanwhile, Andrew Cuomo warned the union in a New York state is warning the Jews the Orthodox Jews in the city. Now again, I just got a point out here. I think that it's fair to criticize particular substance of the population. Who are not obeying social distancing guidelines. And in fact, you're seeing that Some ultra Orthodox so called ultra Orthodox how Brady enclaves in Israel. Many of them are refusing to abide by social distancing standards. No, there are many Orthodox Jews who are abiding by social distancing standards. I know that in my neighborhood, the jewels have basically been shut. Officials are open. Everybody is dominant. People are praying outside their socially distancing from one another. They're wearing masks. So they should not be taken his universal. But Governor, Cuomo decided to basically single out the wooden and he says that if the Jews don't stop getting together, he's going to shut down the Senate dogs which by the way is going to be illegal under the First Amendment if he wants to say that, anybody who violates social precepts We're going to shut down the place where they gathered. That is one thing to say that you're specifically going to shut down. Only one type of religious institution is pretty while and also I will note that the same people on the left who spend their days fulminating about systemic American racism if there are disproportionate number of covert diagnoses among black and Hispanic people or low income people. It's about systemic American racism and the evils of capitalism. But a disproportionate number of Orthodox Jews get covet. It's about those evil Orthodox Jews in their individual behavior. Now, listen, if you're going to attribute Koven spread to individual behaviour Do it consistently. Here's Andrew Cuomo being terrible by the way, he even put out a picture of a bunch of supposedly bunch of ultra Orthodox Jews gathered in close quarters at some sort of funeral. Turns out the pictures from curious yellow, which is in Israel is not from New York and was taken in 2006, which is always a great look. Here's Andrew Cuomo yesterday. I have to say to the Orthodox community tomorrow. If you're not willing to live with these Rules. Then I'm going to close the synagogues. Now you've had A 30 year relationship with the Orthodox community. It goes back to my father. Uh, I have a very close personal relationship with him. This is the last thing I want to do Is that the last thing you want to do? Because Bill DiBlasio seems like that was kind of the first thing he wanted to do. So well done. Governor Cuomo once again, singling out the Jewish community for particular for particular ire, despite the fact that they're a bunch of hot spots, and many of them are not Orthodox Jewish in nature. Anyone criticize anybody's behavior, go ahead and criticize the behavior. To single out one community when it is fairly obvious that there many communities violating.
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"At 10 31 on tension wings. Wins news time. 10 22 New York City, Portland, Oregon and Seattle have been declared anarchist jurisdiction's The Trump Administration is threatening to withhold federal funds. In response to what it says is prolonged civil unrest. Mayor de Blasio This is just another one of President Trump's games. It's thoroughly political. It's part of his campaign strategy. It makes no sense it as not, it's not based on the facts in the least. It's insulting to the people in New York City, and his effort to withhold our funding is unconstitutional. DiBlasio Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler in Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkin. Issued a joint statement saying quote the president is playing cheap political games with congressional E directed funds. Governor Cuomo, just like Sanctuary cities when he did it a couple of years ago and lost. If they actually do this, we will challenge it legally, and he will lose once again because we've seen this play. Before. Mayor Blasio was on hand to greet some of the youngest kids. Starting school Mayor De Blasio came to the mosaic pre K Center in Queens. He says students and parents were joyful. A school resumed strong lift off. It's a huge number of schools and early childhood programs. All students were remote today. Classes will begin September 29th in October 1st for upper grades. Still some kinks to work out, Chancellor Richard Carranza says they're making more locations available for remote students whose parents work There are 3600. Early childhood learning bridges seats that are available right now. Eso notifications should have already started going out, but that's still a work in progress. Juliet. Papa 10. 10 wins News. Some New York City school kids are back to school. But a former teacher now City Council member says the Department of Education wasn't quite ready. Nougat is released by the city's Education Department on reopening schools is getting a failing grade from councilman Mark Trader in the fact that they released new Reopening guidance the day of schools, you know, opening, it's just further evidence how unprepared Mayor de Blasio's been throughout this entire pandemic. With regards to our school system. Trigger listed his concerns in a string of tweets, starting with a change that now allows for more than one student in an isolation room as a Children wait to be picked up by their parents. That's a cause for concern because in the past, they said, You shouldn't do that, because one kid just might have an allergy attack in the other student. Might in fact, have Cove it and you're now spreading the infection. And he also says there's still not enough equipment for kids to study remotely. There are still thousands of kids in our school system today without adequate technology and Internet Darius Raffi has 10 10 wins news response from Avery Cohen of the mayor's office quote, successfully implementing the most rigorous plan for reopening schools in the country. Complete with extensive safety and health protocols in the only meditate retesting regiment of its kind is hardly winging it unquote. We've also reached out to the Department of Education for comment. Wins news time. 10 25 You get a whole lot of something with farmers policy.
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"Top two news stories here on WCBS. The justice to profit has designated New York City as well as Portland and Seattle anarchist jurisdictions. Which could cost them federal funding. WCBS Rich Lamb has reaction from the mayor. Mayor DiBlasio labels it another one of President Trump's games to the mayor. The designation is all about race and attempts to divide and as the mayor put it, to enthrall his base by attacking the other, he turns his attention to Urban areas, which he wants to associate with people of color in another way, of course, he wants to so say with Democrats and progressives, he treats them as the other. He tries to convince a lot of people in this country that we all are the problem and he will save his voters from all of us, the mayor declaring. There's no president in history, That's been this irresponsible and divisive and de Blasio added. His attempts to withhold federal funding are unconstitutional, he vowed, will beat him in court. Rich Lam. WCBS news radio 8 80 governor. Cuomo says the states also ready to sue over the designation of anarchist jurisdiction just like Sanctuary cities when he did it a couple of years ago and lost. If they actually do this, we will challenge it legally. And he will lose once again because we've seen this play. Before. But again, it's just for the politics on part of his campaign rhetoric. Cuomo says the president doesn't control federal funding The law does 605 WCBS. It was a rocky start to the school year today. For many of New York City's public school students. WCBS is Marla Diamond explains. It was not a promising start for school kids who could not log on remotely. The deal. We explained its log in page was down for about 10 minutes at 9 A.m., which may have affected Zoom T chub email and other platforms. They said they were back in business within minutes and continuing to keep an eye on it. Other students had a much more positive experience. Gloria casinos, two sons are district 75 special needs students in the Bronx. They were able to go back to the school today. Great and they were very familiar with that boys in our boys are familiar with them. So they went in willingly. They were so happy to be back. She was a bit nervous. No one wants their Children back in school more than me. But I also wanted done safely and they are They were very, very confident and assured me that they were ready to do this. Marla Diamond WCBS news Radio 80, an NYPD officer in Queens, has been arrested. He's accused of acting as a spy for the Chinese government. Here's WCBS to Steve Burns November 2018 Madam Zhang Long is on the phone with someone he calls boss someone at the Chinese Consulate in New York. Wang Wang says the boss should be angling for a promotion in Beijing. Let them know you've recruited one in the police department on Wang says that wiretap transcript from the F B I and several others on the basis of charging on long with acting as an agent of a foreign government, specifically, the People's Republic of China. Prosecutors say on long was tasked with spying on Tibetans in New York, assessing potential threats. They say he also offered access to NYPD personnel and information on one was assigned to the 111th precinct in northeastern Queens, where he served as a community liaison. NYPD commissioner Dermot Shea says on long has been suspended without pay. The 33 year old was ordered detained at his court hearing. Steve Burns WCBS NEWS radio.
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"Police officers there in the city in cases where cops charged with misconduct. DiBlasio and Commissioner Dermot Say, made a big splash about it today at a news conference from traffic stops to arrest on up to police involved shootings. It's all in there, and if you'd like to take a look at it, it's online. Better yet, depending on who you ask. The commissioner says. This new rulebook allows a public input period for you to tell City Hall and one police plaza. What you think about it even before its adoptive is a 30 Day. Period where we're in asking for the public's comments on this, and that's something that seems intuitive, but it hasn't always been done. But it's something we truly believe in in terms of Knowing who you work for who we work for the public and asking them for their comments. What could we do better? What do you think about Particular aspects of the discipline matrix and hearing their perspective and hearing is the key word. There is all coming as police departments throughout the country are being pressed to be more transparent about Officer discipline in the wake of several incidents and protests over the killing of black man. But now the question What is this doing to the morale of the officer on the street? Couple of lawmakers believe it might have sparked a slow down there. De Blasio refutes that claim. I think when you think about everything that NYPD is dealing with, and as you said, less overtime to work with Fewer officers. I think what's clear? Is officers out there every day doing theirjob Bronx Councilman Ritchie Torres in Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams hitting at a probe into what's really going on signing an increase in violent crimes here in the city. And if a slowdown might be factored into those numbers, saying it is no coincidence, another shooting, meantime, under investigation in the five boroughs, this time up in the Bronx, authorities say two men shot this afternoon on Walton Avenue, leaving them both in the hospital. There has been no word yet on their exact conditions, but both are expected to survive. So far there have been no arrests. In that case, man. Deblasio has agreed to hold off on that huge round of layoffs He's been talking about for city employees. Juliet Papa has that story force another pink slips to an estimated 22,000 city. Workers were expected to go out today, but Mayor de Blasio says unions made a good faith request. We will hold It will be on a day to day basis. We won't send off the layoff notices today. But each day we will reassess. The unions are urging Albany lawmakers to return for an emergency session to approve a financial bailout borrowing plan. So we're gonna assess every single day, and if there's progress, that's obviously we would prefer nothing more than to avert the layoffs. If there's not progress, then we're going to have to proceed. And while he didn't say when he wasn't giving the union's much time Juliet. Papa 10. 10 wins news. In other news, the family of a transgender woman with epilepsy who died in an isolated cell out at Rikers has settled their lawsuit now with the city for $5.9 million That's who claim that correction officers had failed to tackle on 27 year old alien. Polanco as she was dying following an epileptic episode to the Department of Investigative Report didn't find evidence that officers contributed to pull ankles death, but said she had not been checked on for the better part of an hour. The officers involved were not charged with the crime, but the city said they would face disciplinary action. Steve Bannon case was back in court today. Correspondent Erica Turkey with a recap on that forces, Steve Bannon's codefendants joined him in pleading not guilty to criminal charges that accused them of defrauding donors to we build the Wall $25 million campaign that federal prosecutor said Bannon and the others used as a personal slush fund. The judge set a trial date of May 2021. The judge also warn the men about what they say and post on social media. After one of the defendants, Air Force veteran Bryan Cole father made what prosecutors called a steady stream of public statements via posts on his Facebook account that could taint the jury pool. Bannon is a former top adviser in the Trump administration. If convicted, he could face up to 20 years behind bars. Tents and win Zach you weather on this Monday. Blandy of clouds denied with shower around, especially after midnight for the city will drop to a low of 67 degrees. Tomorrow. Rather cloudy.
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"New York. He is Joe Kasha. Bill DiBlasio continues to impress, doesn't eh this time, he says earlier this week, and you know it's unbelievable that that this guy is I talked about self awareness in the last block. I mean, this guy wasn't born with this gene. Here's what he had to say earlier this week around restaurants re opening in New York quote if folks missed the theatre. If they miss indoor dining, those things will be back. They'll be back next year. At some point, I think that is overwhelmingly the case. Meanwhile, schools museums Jim's bowling alleys, every other kind of store is open that has indoor people in them bright But no, no, no, You cannot. Open a restaurant still in any capacity and guess what? It's getting core out. Maybe not today, but once we get to September October There are people now in the New York hospitality Alliance. They have found that they did a survey 500 restaurant bar owners and operators cross. They found 83% are unable to pay their full commercial rent in July, and that's what afterward dining and some revenue of some kind coming in for most of them. So now look, this is going to be a death meal, they say for the industry if the's restaurants aren't allowed the open in October. Give them a chance. At least. Deblasio. If you're listening. I know you're listening. Get these folks a chance. 25 50% Alright. The positivity right in New York I talked about is almost zero right cases. That's almost zero. What are we talking about here? Don't kill these businesses. All right. And if you have business out there in New York in October, you know you're not allowed to open. Just do it anyway. I know I'm probably, you know, telling people t break the law, but eh? Know what I try to make them close then and then just say you know what? I'm not having people. Those are people eating. We're having a peaceful protest over you Not allowing us to open our businesses. Anyway. Let's get to the phones. Andrew from parts unknown, Andrew, How are you, man? I had hoped, New Jersey and you're right. It's probably less than 1% to cause the vulnerable population won't be there the elderly so the taxi even safer, but I wanted to say as far as like. The irony, in my view is that there actually racist against black people to ignore. The 99.9% of the shootings in Chicago and elsewhere. Is distracting, so they're focusing only on the less than 1% so they successfully Distract from those shootings. And when I've heard announcers on, Afghans say, Well, those criminals I worked with the local news and to the moms, moms who lost their son to gang shootings. They don't care if the kid was in a gang or not in the game there. Life is ruined. Their part is ripped out and they don't sell well. He was a criminal. So to ignore those shootings there distracting from the actual 99 plus percent, And of course, they have thane of one to take the father's out of the home. You know, it's even Obama. Gave the statue on the fathers in the home. How much better It is night and day and you're right. Like it's insane and by the way and listen, Despite away, all these professional leagues are marrying themselves. The black lives matter. Little problem going on right now. Marquette Law School pole and thanks for the call, and you appreciate we got to get the news in a minute. Marquette Law School. This poll found Wisconsin voters in June supported black lives matter. Protest 61% to 36% guess what now in August 48% approve 48% disapprove. That's a 25 point swing. So whatever love the momentum that that movement had is disappearing because it's no longer about protests. It's about death. It's about looting. It's about violence. Sorry. We seat in New York. What's going going on on a nightly basis and obviously Wisconsin and it's It's only bad news for Joe Biden, who, again until this week couldn't be bothered to talk about it. Anyway. Let's get to the news.
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"Garden State Parkway, a standstill Either way into Irvington. We're looking into why, but south of this garden State Parkway in route to the shore of the worst of it from Route 18 a ll the way on down. Towards the area of Toms River. I'm Greg Rice on 10 10 wins, so the teachers won't be able to tell if a kid is smiling, excited about the lesson or grimacing because of the face mask, But, hey, at least he'll be in school Man DiBlasio announcing today you've heard the news. The answer to another big on the Corona virus reopening to do list. The kids are going back to school in the fall, Al Jones with the details now from the mayor's briefing. On that and other measures. A survey of almost half a 1,000,000 families shows 3/4 of parents want their kids back in school. This September, there will be a deep cleaning every day. There will be handwashing stations throughout the school hand sanitizer throughout the school, social distancing free face coverings. Everyone will be required to wear a face covering and the mayor and they're working with the teachers union on staggered schedules were necessary. DiBlasio also announcing an expansion about door dining into 22 streets across all five boroughs. So 2.6 miles of open Street will be part of this dining initiative. The expanded dining in the streets will start Friday night, with many more to come. Al Jones, 10 10 wins news. Meantime, playgrounds, amusement parks and casinos have all reopened in New Jersey libraries and museums also welcoming guests again. Starting tomorrow. Outdoor gatherings could now have his many as 500 people cover. The Murphy says It's another sign that his state is taking the correct steps to defeat the Corona virus. But there was always a But he warns. We are not out of the wood. Not that we Ah expect that the virus won't come back. We, in fact, expect it will. The question is, what are you going to do about it on the fact of the matter is with the trading with the testing, tracing on isolation. Trinity that we have in place right now. The expectation is we could spot it surrounded, isolated and drive it back into the ground. So he signed another executive order today, extending the emergency declaration to make sure the resource is in place just in case. New Jersey reported 539 new positive Corona virus cases in the past day and 27 new deaths. Well, they already got plenty of bandannas down there. The governor of Tennessee says he's considering a mandatory mask order now for that state. That would help officials in 89 counties around the volunteer state who have been struggling to enforce social distancing Right now only Nashville, Memphis have mandatory mask rules. There were 1800 new Corona virus cases in the state yesterday. It's the most in Tennessee since the pandemic began, and Corona Virus cases arising in 40 out of the 50 states and the number of new cases is that a new rec 52,789 That's the number of new cases reported in one day in the U. S. President. Trump, however, still believes the virus will quote just sort of disappear. End quote at some point, but health experts say for the virus to do that there will have to be millions of deaths as community immunity develops, or that a vaccine appears to help the virus disappear. In June, the US recorded more than 800,000 new cases of Cove in 19 And July is already starting with record highs. I'm Jim Roop Vice President Mike Pence's down in Florida. Today, he visited a medical facility out in Tampa ST is experiencing.