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"dr. lindsay lee" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:36 min | 6 months ago

"dr. lindsay lee" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Paley, sponsored by Acme Download the act, The act to save and Corona Virus has fundamentally changed. Some aspect of the hotel industry is here from the wannabe Charlotte race. Some players are embracing the change in turning to technology. I think people are changing their mind set in terms of the safety and sanitation of things. Dr. Lindsay Lee, a tourism and hospitality professor at Temple University, says a couple companies are trying to roll out UV robots don't go into hotel rooms and Star Wars laser beam everything, Lee says The cleaning robots will still need technicians and maintenance crews. Of course, things like mobile check in or no longer media actual key to be able to go into your room so everything can be got through your phone, so it kind of Puts a damper on some of the frontline jobs within the hotel industry, Lee says. There's also new job postings. For more. Check out K y w news radio dot com CHARLOTTE Rescate y w News radio read 25 the California Supreme Court has overturned a 15 year old death sentence for Scott Peterson. Man convicted in the slaying of his pregnant wife. Peterson was convicted of the killing of his wife, Lacey and unborn child and then dumping the bodies from his fishing boat in the San Francisco Bay in 2002. It's 2005 death sentence was overturned by the state Supreme Court, the court saying the trial judge made several significant errors and jury selection that undermined Peterson's rightto an impartial jury during the penalty phase. Court did not overturn the conviction, however, and said prosecutors may try again for the death penalty if they choose. Jim Roop, Los Angeles 3.

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"dr. lindsay lee" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:25 min | 6 months ago

"dr. lindsay lee" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Sam Clover. Alright, Sam. Thanks. Now, the NBC 11th alert forecast for this morning Sunny and McGee forming to the mid eighties By noon this afternoon, Sunny, hot human could be an afternoon thunderstorm Likely high 90, Then tomorrow sunny, hot and humid again. Afternoon and evening thunderstorms possible and some could be severe eye tomorrow 92 right now. 77 in Juniata Park 76 Winona 73 at the Acme and pay Oli, sponsored by Acme Download the Acme Apt to save All the Corona virus has fundamentally changed some aspect of the hotel industry. As K Y W. Charlotte, Reese explains. Some players in the industry are embracing the changes. I think people are changing their mind set in terms of the safety and sanitation of things. Dr. Lindsay Lee, a tourism and hospitality professor at Temple University, says a couple companies are trying to roll out UV robots that will go into hotel rooms and kind of Star Wars. Laser beam everything, Lee says the cleaning robot Watts will still need technicians and maintenance crews. Of course, things like mobile check in or no longer meeting an actual key to be able to go into your room so everything can be done through your phone, so it kind of puts a damper on some of the frontline jobs within the hotel industry, Lee says. There's also new job postings. For more, check out k y w news radio dot com CHARLOTTE Rescate Y w News radio. Time now for money News on K Y w we go live to Bloomberg's Tom Busby. Good morning. Oh, it is a good morning with minutes ago ahead of the opening Bell stocks are ready to rally down Futures up 265. On investor optimism about the Trump administration's approving new covert 19 treatments and potential vaccines. Meantime, the Financial Times says the White House is considering fast tracking a new vaccine developed by AstraZeneca. In the UK is Oxford University Price of oil a little higher this morning. That comes as half the oil and gas facilities in the Gulf of Mexico have been temporarily shut down. Scores of workers evacuated ahead of two Big Storm's heading toward the Louisiana Texas coast. Job. Pickle store Marco later today with money news from Bloomberg. Okay. Y w I'm Tom Busby. All right, Tom. Thanks battling those on the front lines That's ahead on K Y. W News Radio, one of the region's largest Ford stores is.

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"dr. lindsay lee" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:07 min | 6 months ago

"dr. lindsay lee" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Sponsored by Acme Download the Acme Apt to save The Corona virus has fundamentally changed some aspects of the hotel industry. And as K Y W. Charlotte, Reese explains, some players in the industry are embracing the change and turning to technology. I think people are changing their mind set in terms of the safety and sanitation of things. Dr. Lindsay Lee, a tourism and hospitality professor at Temple University, says a couple companies are trying to roll out UV robots don't go into hotel rooms and kind of Star Wars laser beam everything, Lee says. The cleaning robots will still need technicians and maintenance crews. Of course, things like We'll check in or no longer media actual key to be able to go into your room so everything could be done through your phone. So it kind of puts a damper on some of the frontline jobs within the hotel industry, Lee says. There's also new job postings. For more. Check out k y w news radio dot com CHARLOTTE Risque Y W News. Radio time Now for money news on K Y w we go live to Bloomberg's Town, Busby. Good morning, Tom. Hey, Good morning. Denise will look for gas prices. I'm afraid they're gonna move higher pretty soon. That's because more than half of offshore oil and gas production in the Gulf of Mexico has already been shut down ahead of two big storms expected to slam Texas and Louisiana starting the Tropical Storm Marco later today, Hurricane Laura later this week. Oil prices just lightly higher, though. While Wall Street is ready to rally. Dow futures up 286 points that's on signs the Trump administration is looking the fast track over 19 treatments and vaccines. Meantime, New Jersey based Quest agnostic says it's committing $100 million to boost coverage Ninth Cove in 19 testing in underserved communities, saying it's going to focus on people of color, the elderly and the nation's homeless. With money news from Bloomberg on K Y w I'm Tom Busby. Alright. Thanks, Tom. The push to use convalescent plasma that's coming up on K Y w news radio. Give future generations a connection to their past by securing cemetery property today.

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Service robots may help COVID-19 impacted hotels recover

KYW 24 Hour News

00:52 sec | 6 months ago

Service robots may help COVID-19 impacted hotels recover

"Virus has fundamentally changed some aspects of the hotel industry. And as K Y W. Charlotte, Reese explains, some players in the industry are embracing the change and turning to technology. I think people are changing their mind set in terms of the safety and sanitation of things. Dr. Lindsay Lee, a tourism and hospitality professor at Temple University, says a couple companies are trying to roll out UV robots don't go into hotel rooms and kind of Star Wars laser beam everything, Lee says. The cleaning robots will still need technicians and maintenance crews. Of course, things like We'll check in or no longer media actual key to be able to go into your room so everything could be done through your phone. So it kind of puts a damper on some of the frontline jobs within the hotel industry, Lee says. There's also new job postings. For

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