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Philadelphia shootings leave two young men dead on Christmas Eve
"Early morning fighting Kensington turned deadly a man killed by police. After they say he shot two teenagers in the crowd. Whatever these John McDevitt McDevitt with with the the latest latest police police tell tell us us that that officers officers were were called called to to Westmoreland Westmoreland and and Emerald Emerald in in Kensington Kensington just just before before 12:30 12:30 A.m. A.m. for for report report of of a a fight fight among among neighbors, neighbors, police spokesman Sergeant Eric Grip while they were on location, a large crowd was beginning the form outside approximately 10 15 people while they were trying to break up this fight to see what was going on. Male who we later identified eyes is Hispanic male in his forties, exited from a property and began firing a gun into the crowd. Police say the man shot and killed a 15 year old boy. Another teen, a 17 year old was also shot in the neck and taken to the hospital in stable condition. Officials say the two responding officers shot the gunman several times who later died. The officers were not injured, and police say they recovered a stolen nine millimeter handgun at the the scene. scene. scene.
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"Hours after Philadelphia police opened fire on a man killing him. They say he was waving a knife and following officers who told him to drop it for several times and exact number order now to drop the knife Sergeant Eric grip amid a crowd of angry residents, who say 27 year old Walter Wallace didn't have to die. Got it and you could have shot him in the lake. His mother tried to grab police Police Commissioner Daniel Outlaw. I'm here. Listen, promising A full investigation. Derek Davis. ABC News Come on. News. Time to 20 are for military business News, 20 and 50 past the hour With Jim Tesco. The broad market was fairly stable today, but blue chips faltered again extending Monday's sharp selloff. DowJones industrials lost another 222 points and the S and P 500 eased 10. But the NASDAQ composite grows 72 just out quarterly results from Microsoft, The software and cloud computing giant posted quarterly earnings of a dollar 82 a share and revenue above $37 billion, both numbers, seemingly beating analyst expectations. Revenue was up 12% from the year ago period, thanks in part to strengthen the azure public cloud business. That's your money. Now, along with the good Market news for Microsoft, Amazon had some good news today up 2.5%. Costco up by a half percent and Starbucks by about as much also positive movement for T Mobile and slow, But it was a 1.5% lost for Redfin and a nearly 5% loss for Nordstrom. Money news, a 2050 past the hour and coming up a zillion acts tougher restrictions to try to bring down covert infection. Protests erupt time ABC is Megan Williams and Roman. I'll tell you what most Italians think about them. Coming up Countdown to election, 2020 continues catch the latest on the campaign and full coverage election. To ST November 3rd your voice your vote Homo news 1000 FM 97 7 and streaming on your smart speaker. Are you registered to vote this year? Yeah, I'm registered. Well, you should vote. Yes. On Amendment one. You know what that's about, Right? Well, tell me more about it..
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"END only confirm Supreme Court justice. See me Cockney Barrel, vowing to be an independent voice on the high court after being sworn in by Justice Clarence Thomas Barrett stress the importance of judges remaining outside this way of politics. A judge declares independence. Not only from Congress and the president. But also from the private beliefs that might otherwise move her. And she said it's important for judges to resist making rulings based on politics, saying making political decisions would be a dereliction of duty pair of places he late Liberal Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg What the conservative Barrett on the court and now has a 63 conservative majority. With the state of Ohio, passing 200,000 Corona virus cases and concerns about large gatherings. Where they go, we should campus for football games. City. Columbus, working with Ohio State to try to alleviate the problem, ABC Sixes likes his Mo Berger says There were two citations for bars near campus for covert violations, the rial issue home gating and House parties. And police and Health Department say they're limited when it comes to enforcement because of private property there Big challenge our constitutional challenges with with respected to enforcing the health orders, and that's where we need the public's help. The university is now reaching out the landlords to try and enforce social distancing guidelines at their viral videos last weekend showed large house parties with attendees not wearing masks. Brooke just broke out overnight outside a police station in Philadelphia after police fatally shot a man following a domestic disturbance call Monday afternoon. Sergeant Eric Grip, described the incident while on the scene there several.
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"Traffic light now function. So you want to be just conscious in that area, Some three zeros were pretty quiet across the board, including 43 95. Mass transit is running on a closed schedule next rather reporting the news ready in 24 hours change at the top of the nation's first state supported military college amid claims of widespread racism. Retired Army General J. H. Binford P. The third has resigned as the 14th, superintendent of the Virginia military Institute, P who graduated from Via My in 1962. Lead the school for 17 years. The move comes a week after state officials ordered an investigation into what they characterized as a culture of quote, ongoing structural racism at the school that was founded in 18 39 black cadets, an alumni of faced quote, relentless racism at Via my according to published reports, Jim Krystle, a CBS News New York's longest running actor's equity theater, is closing for good after 46 years in business. Officials from the Westchester Broadway Theater say they will not reopen when the Corona virus ban is lifted. They at the landlord will not support the lease and it will be turned into a warehouse. Lisa Matteo CBS News I David Baton in Philadelphia. It's five minutes past the hour. And police in the city. You're looking into an incident in Cobbs Creek, lead the officers shooting and killing a man hears K y w crime injustice reporter Kristen Johannsen, Authorities say police were called to 61st and Locust Street around three o'clock and encountered a man with a night police spokes in Sergeant Eric Grip says there was some domestic disturbance on the block of the time. And two.
Police shoot and kill man after yelling at him to drop knife
"Police. Folks in Sergeant Eric Grip says there was some domestic disturbance on the block of the time and two cops told the man to drop the ninth several times. The male continued to follow after the office. What drenching the weapon. Cultures ordered him to drop it several more times. Unfortunately, did not the officer's discharge your weapons several times striking them. One of the cops picked him up and took him to the hospital. The mayor has identified the person shot as Walter Wallace, the department's police involved shooting unit and the district attorney's Office of Special Investigations are now trying to figure out what happened, unfortunately, appears that the officers were wearing body cameras. The body cameras were activated about 10 blocks away at Malcolm X Park, dozens gathered in protest. This is the second fatal police involved shooting of the year in southwest Philadelphia. Kristen
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"From ABC News. I'm Richard Can two following a 52 to 48 vote in the Senate. Amy Cockney Barrett is the newest Supreme Court Justice Joe Biden is making plans Should he be elected president formed this bipartisan commission that's going to kind of assess whether or not he should expand the courts and just to be clear when we're talking about Expanding the courts. He's been asked multiple times whether he would quote unquote pack. The court's whether he would add more Supreme Court justices to the courts because the president has had so many appointments. That's a question that he still hasn't answer. A bee sees Catherine Folders in Philadelphia police shot and killed a knife wielding man in a domestic disturbance there been protests are overturned. Trash came in the missionary things like that. Philadelphia police communications captured by broadcast if I say Sergeant Eric Grip says the officers tried to avoid shooting for several times alone. Exact number of ordering the mouth to drop the knife to officers. Two officers that were out there discharged their weapon, striking the mail several times. Some neighborhood residents are unsympathetic to a Taser and you could have shot him in the late Pandemic is getting worse. The top 10 states with the fastest growing cove in numbers include Wisconsin and Iowa States. The president needs to win reelection, hospitalizations hitting records in 16 states last week, deaths now rising in 27, Utah Hospital's warning they could soon be forced to ration I seeyou beds and prioritize younger patients in Illinois, they are mourning the loss of college freshman Michael Lang. Who was taking classes remotely the 18 year old passing away after complications from the virus. ABC is Marcus Moore. Yes, Alcohol was involved. James Blight in custody in Haines City, Florida, accused of stealing a bulldozer, driving it to a neighborhood and knocking down Joe Biden yard signs. He's charged with grand theft and trespassing. You're listening to ABC News. You get a whole lot of something with farmers policy perks so much I'm going to have to speed things up. You could get the farmers signal happened that could get you up to 15% off your auto policy. That's just for using the happened. Driving like the normal speed limit very full. Stop making lane change, signaling human being you are Get a whole lot of something with farmers Policy perks Start with a quote by calling 1 800 farmers..
Tense protests erupt in Philadelphia after police shoot and kill suspect
"Involved involved shooting shooting all all day day today. today. Authorities investigating what happened what when happened to when to Philadelphia Philadelphia Police officers Police officers shot and shot killed and a man killed in a the man Cops in the Creek Cops neighborhood. Creek neighborhood. Hey Y w Hey Y crime w and crime justice and justice reporter Christian reporter Christian Joe Hansen Joe Hansen is more, is more, authorities authorities say police say police were called were called to 61st to 61st on Locust on Locust Street around Street three around o'clock three o'clock and encountered and encountered a man with a a man night with a night police spokes police in spokes Sergeant in Sergeant Eric Grip Eric says Grip there says was some there was domestic some domestic disturbance disturbance on the block on the of block the time of the time and two and crops two crops told the man told to the drop man to the drop ninth the ninth several several times. times. The male continued The male continued to follow to after follow the after office the while office branching while branching the weapon. the weapon. Cultures Cultures ordered him ordered to drop him to it drop several it more several times. more times. Unfortunately, Unfortunately, did not did the not officer's the officer's discharge discharge your weapons your weapons several times several times striking striking them. One of them. the cops One of the cops picked him up picked him and up took him and to took the hospital. him to the hospital. The mayor The has mayor identified has identified the person the shot person shot as Walter as Walter Wallace, Wallace, the department's the department's police involved police shooting involved unit shooting and unit the district and the district attorney's attorney's Office Office of Special of Special Investigations Investigations are now trying are now trying to figure out to figure what out happened, what happened, unfortunately, unfortunately, appears appears that the officers that the were officers wearing were body wearing cameras. body cameras. The body cameras The body were cameras activated were activated about 10 about blocks 10 blocks away at away Malcolm at X Malcolm Park, X Park, dozens dozens gathered gathered in protest. in protest. This This is the second is the second fatal police fatal involved police shooting involved of shooting the year of the year in southwest in southwest
Fatal police shooting sparks protest in Philadelphia
"What happened when to Philadelphia Police officers shot and killed a man in the Cops Creek neighborhood. Hey Y w crime and justice reporter Christian Joe Hansen is more, authorities say police were called to 61st on Locust Street around three o'clock and encountered a man with a night police spokes in Sergeant Eric Grip says there was some domestic disturbance on the block of the time and two crops told the man to drop the ninth several times. The male continued to follow after the office while branching the weapon. Cultures ordered him to drop it several more times. Unfortunately, did not the officer's discharge your weapons several times striking them. One of the cops picked him up and took him to the hospital. The mayor has identified the person shot as Walter Wallace, the department's police involved shooting unit and the district attorney's Office of Special Investigations are now trying to figure out what happened, unfortunately, appears that the officers were wearing body cameras. The body cameras were activated about 10 blocks away at Malcolm X Park, dozens gathered in protest. This is the second fatal police involved shooting of the year in southwest Philadelphia. Kristen Joe Hansen, K Y. W News radio with the union representing city police says the officers had to use lethal force to keep themselves and their community safe. Yarmuk Ness, P of the Fraternal Order of Police says cops are being vilified for doing their job after being confronted by a man with a knife. The F O. P s four patients as investigators work to gather all facts of what what it it it calls calls calls this this this tragic tragic tragic incident incident incident in in in West West West Philadelphia. Philadelphia. Philadelphia. Joe Joe Joe Biden Biden Biden
Fatal police shooting sparks protest in Philadelphia
"What happened when to Philadelphia police officers shot and killed a man earlier today and the Cobs Creek neighborhood of West Philadelphia W. Crime and Justice reporter Kristin Joe Hansen was at the scene. Authorities say police were called to 60 verse in Locus Street around three o'clock and encountered a man with a night police spokes in Sergeant Eric Grip says there was some domestic disturbance on the block of the time and two cops told the man to drop the ninth several times. The male continued to follow after the office. What drenching the weapon cultures ordered him to drop it several more times. Unfortunately, did not the officer's discharge your weapons several times striking them. One of the cops picked him up and took him to the hospital. The mayor has identified the person shot as Walter White. Lists. The department's police involved shooting unit and the district attorney's Office of Special Investigations are now
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"There's a spent rifle round inside of the church. Sergeant Eric Grip, says the suspect, stole her car keys and left. He attempted to carjack somebody else who got away and then grip says he shot and killed a 19 year old woman in her car. Cops found a man with a rifle, I green and Shelton and shot at him. When he refused to drop it. They missed and he ran away. He ran into another group of cops at a vacant lot and shot once at them. Then got into their car when they retreated, But the keys weren't inside. So he took off. There was one final rendezvous with cops on Germantown Avenue mid block right there, the officers again. Ordered him to drop his weapon. He did not. The officers fired struck him several times, at which point he dropped his weapon, and the suspect was pronounced dead at the hospital. Mike Darty K y. W NewsRadio. Former Philly Kim Batiste has died. The infielder played for the 93 National League championship team had the game winning hit in extra innings for the Filles. In Game one of the NLCS That year he played four years in Philadelphia had a stint with the San Francisco Giants is well. Kim Batiste was 52 years old. 67 degrees. Beautiful sunshine in center city. We're heading down to 47 309. We're goingto have a closure on Almshouse Road for an undetermined amount of time. This is near Mirren's Road in Bucks County. Is a tractor trailer mishap there will have the update from the traffic center next depend on K Y w news radio for live coverage of all of the 2020 presidential debates. Nothing transforms a room like shutters there an energy efficient capital investment.
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"The six men had planned to meet yesterday to make a payment on explosives and exchange tactical gear. The FBI quotes. One of the accused is saying Whitmer has no checks and balances at all. They were apparently angry at her restrictions that she'd put in place for a Corona virus mitigation. The government used informants and undercover agents, too. Toward the alleged plot. The complaint says. The men planned to kidnap Wittmer mover to a secure location in Wisconsin, where they would conduct a kind of kangaroo court put her on trial for treason. And they wanted this done before the presidential election next month, according to the FBI. Stay with us for updates 1 36 now A young woman was killed this morning in an attempted Carjacking in northwest Philadelphia. The man who gunned her down, police say was shot dead by officers after he tried to take their cruiser and then it's just part Of what happened across several blocks over 10 minutes. Okay, whatever. He's Mike Doherty has details. Police say this all started out about 4 A.m. when a man entered ST Luke's church in German town and shot a woman inside before stealing her car keys. What we have today what we had this morning a case of a deranged individual who's on a rampage, Sergeant Eric Grip says When police responded, they found a 19 year old woman shot inside of her car on Maple Wood Avenue near Wayne Avenue. She was pronounced dead at the hospital a short time later. Police then saw a man in the street with an AK 47 style rifle. He did not drop the weapon, discharged him several times. They do not believe they struck him at that point, and he fled on foot grip says he ran into another group of cops shot at them and eventually got into their car when they retreated, But the keys weren't inside. So he ran off again. The suspected gunman had one last run in with police on Germantown Avenue. And that ended with the suspect being shot. He was pronounced dead at the hospital. Mike Darty K y W. NewsRadio 1 37 where it right about the midpoint of fall semester, But Westchester University has announced its plan for spring. Remote learning will continue because of concerns about Corona virus. What about these two men have spoke with the student body president about the decision. Molly Scola is the head of the Student Government Association. And as a senior, she can't help. But think about some of the things that students can't enjoy. Right now that social asked fast ball games and football games and just like events over Ah, homecoming, these big large events that are so crucial to Westchester's experience. Events not happening as remote learning is sticking around. Molly's disappointed for sure, but she gets it. Last week, Westchester's mayor, Diane Heron, declared us Eight of emergency in the burrow because of a cluster of cases among young adults living in some apartments. The mayor did not mention the university specifically, but school Oh says. There have been off campus parties. You could see it all over the borough. I mean, all weekend long people just like not doing what they need to be doing and until that happens or the virus is contained, she says remote learning is fine by her. I do wish that we could be in person. But I think that the decision to go virtual wass in the best interest of the health and safety of our community. In Westchester. Tim Jimenez Correa. W News radio People in southwestern Louisiana, still recovering from Hurricane Laura's destruction are now preparing for another hit this time from Hurricane Delta. The 25th named Storm of.
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"Lois has been in Philadelphia, and that's our current temperatures, so we will see a warmup. We've got something clouds around this morning. We get some hazy sunshine today, but it is not going to be nearer The normal of 78 this afternoon, in fact, will be in the sixties through the morning hours, right around 65 at lunchtime in 72, the high And you'll notice that car thermometer dropping back into the sixties this evening. And tomorrow morning, you'll see those fifties again and possibly some forties in the suburbs guitar with so the chill is with us or today and into tonight, but tomorrow That's why he froze. That has to be the answer. Yeah, way Other and tomorrow's going to be a nice day. Sunny, pleasant in the high of 77 clouds of Thursday and then Friday, maybe a shower in the morning, then clearing out breezing cool Friday with a high of 70 right now in center City. 52. We're headed to 72 this afternoon. 7 35. Campaign 2020 on K Y W News radio coverage sponsored by Anthology senior Living of King of Prussia were getting ready for President Trump's visit to Philadelphia tonight. He's going to hold a Town Hall event at the National Constitution Center. W's Tim Jimenez is there an old city knee joins us live with preparations and road closures We should expect good morning to him. Good morning, Carol. Yeah, will be an eventful day. Here in old city. A presidential stop means traffic issues, disruptions and the potential for protests in preparation of any possible protest activity and out of the abundance of caution. We're going to make sure that we have additional officers deployed throughout the city. As Philly police spokesman Sergeant Eric Grip talking about their preparations right now you have barricades that appear around the Constitution Center. Parking restrictions are now in place on the streets close to the building, so we have signs posted. Here for people to see road closures will go into effect between one into this afternoon. We're talking about forth to ninth streets and market divine all that would be affected..
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"Tackling climate change, not just to protect health and head off continuing environmental disasters like the fires, hurricanes and flooding that have devastated communities across the country. Mr Biden said his plan, including converting all federal vehicles to electric and capping leaking oil wells that oil companies have abandoned would create thousands of jobs could be the greatest spur to job creation and economic competitiveness in the 21st century. Mr Biden said he sees jobs where the president sees a hoax, likening Mr Trump's climate response to his covert 19 response. Once again, he fails the most basic duty to a nation. He failed to protect us. It's clear that we're not safe in Donald Trump's America. He called the president a climate arsonist and pledged to return the U. S to the Paris Accords and Global leadership on climate in Wilmington, Pat Lobe K Y. W NewsRadio. Meanwhile, Dorian, a Wildfire briefing just north of Sacramento, President Trump brushed off the concerns. Of a top California official who asked the president not to ignore the threat of global warming. Climate changes, Really. California Governor Gavin Newsom said he agreed with the president on the need to better manage forests. But he urged Mr Trump to not ignore the warming planet, please. Respect, and I know you do. The difference of opinion out here as it relates to this fundamental issue on the issue of climate change, absolutely appreciate that moments later, when the president said it would start getting cooler, a top state official interjected. I wish science agreed. You have to think Sands knows. Actually, Steven Portnoy, CBS News and Preparations have begun ahead of scheduled presidential visit tomorrow in Philadelphia. President Trump is set to appear at the National Constitution Center to answer voters questions. Police want you to be ready for road closures and detours in old city in the afternoon. Those will begin around lunchtime. Philadelphia Police spokesman Eric Grip says the department is ready. We're going to have additional officers all throughout the city to respond to anything that might come up in response to President Trump's appearance in the city, he says. That includes possible protests and that there aren't any known threats at the moment. Not a whole lot of other information has been given out about the event. New Jersey is getting ready for a double shot of disease this fall as cable W's Mike DiNardo reports, health officials are warning of the seasonal flu overlapping with the second wave of Covad 19, New Jersey Health Commissioner Judy Purse. Achille says the state health care system could be stretched again this fall. This year. We are preparing for the possibility of a twin Endemic. A severe flu season. And a resurgence of covert 19, which could strain healthcare resource is that's why it's more important than ever, she says. To get a flu shot, while a flu shot won't prevent covert per securely says it could help to limit those who need hospitalization. Also, Rohan University has reported a total of 190 covert cases on and off campus. And Livshits, the director of the state Health Departments, Communicable Diseases Service, said there was no single gathering that cases could be traced back to, he said Roland was working with the local health department to get the word out about the dangers of socializing. Like Leonardo. Okay, what heavily NewsRadio. Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner is asking the state Supreme Court to prohibit jury trials from being streamed online. As outlined by city judges in a new policy brought on by the pandemic, they say creates public safety issues. Prosecutors filed what's known as a king's bench petition. Asking the high court to block the live court proceedings on YouTube because they say it can be recorded, which is against state law and could be used to intimidate witnesses and victims. City judges have said they develop the policy, too Satisfied Public Access. One homicide trial has already been streamed for the first time ever in state history, which ended in a not guilty plea. We have a full closure and some lane restrictions on I 76 because of roadwork. Traffic is next. A CZ. Your routine evolves depend on K Y w news radio to keep you connected toe. What matters most introducing touch free payments from papal a.
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"Christmas season I don't think so so you're saying we didn't extract anything from China to do this there was no quid pro quo and quid pro quo terrace on electronics clothing and shoes will be delayed the new deadline is December fifteenth or not imposed at all the administration announced in pulling back on Mr trump's latest threat but to read the president's tweets is to hear that there was no backing down at all and to repeat Chinese paying the terrorists who they are eating the terrace with the devaluation of their currency and pouring money into their system the American consumer is fine with or without the September date but much good will come from the shorts deferral to December it actually helps China more than us but we'll be reciprocated end quote the president doesn't say what that means in at this point it's hard to tell what it might mean all right thanks to John Lawrence and Bob Costantini both reporting for first light checking the markets this morning Asian stock markets followed Wall Street lower in Thursday trading market benchmarks in Shanghai Tokyo and Hong Kong all reach European markets though were narrowly mixed in early trading and U. S. stock futures actually picked up points in the early morning premarket trading it's ten minutes past the hour now and in Philadelphia well it is over that long standoff between police and the shooter that sense six officers to the hospital with gunshot wounds bill Michaels reports Philadelphia police chief Eric grip made the all clear announcement the shooting.
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"With the shooter that is fired a police wounding at least six officers Sargent Eric grip tweeted tonight the police are imploring him to surrender and avoid further injuries the shooting situation remains active as of an hour ago authorities say police were serving a warrant in the nice town tie okay neighborhood before gunfire started about four thirty PM at least six officers have been shot and none of their injuries are considered life threatening the officers were taken to hospitals a heavy police presence remains in the neighborhood the Dow sank eight hundred points after the bond market flashed a warning about a possible recession for the first time since two thousand seven investors have been plowing money in the long term bonds for months sending yields sharply lower as they anticipate slower economic growth the yield on the ten year treasury briefly drop below the two year yield the day an ominous signal that is predicted many past recessions Bankrate dot com's mark Hamrick says if and when a recession might hit is a bit hazy for those people that are looking at retirement let's say twenty years out there is absolutely no reason to panic here because this market cycle will change more than once meeting if we do enter into a prolonged downturn you cannot accurately gauge when you need to get back into the market satellite photos showed what appeared to be armored personnel carriers and other vehicles belonging to China's paramilitary people's armed police parked in a sports complex in the city of Shenzhen across from Hong Kong speaking with Salem radio commentator Gordon Chang says that Hong Kong poses a great threat to Beijing this is a a society on the edge of the people's Republic that is rebelling and it's actually you could even say it's a revolution and the Chinese leaders don't know what to do about it once again on Wall Street the Dow down by a hundred points.
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"Police sergeants as officers are attempting to communicate with a shooter that is fired at police wounding at least six officers Sargent Eric grip tweeted tonight the police are imploring him to surrender and avoid further injuries the shooting situation remains active as of an hour ago authorities say police for serving a warrant in the nice town tie okay neighborhood before gunfire started about four thirty PM at the six officers have been shot and none of their injuries are considered life threatening the officers were taken to hospitals a heavy police presence remains in the neighborhood the Dow sank eight hundred points after the bond market flashed a warning about a possible recession for the first time since two thousand seven investors have been plowing money in the long term bonds for months sending yields sharply lower as they anticipate slower economic growth the yield on the ten year treasury briefly dropped below the two year yield the day an ominous signal that is predicted many past recessions Bankrate dot com's mark Hamrick says if and when a recession might hit is a bit hazy for those people that are looking at retirement let's say twenty years out there is absolutely no reason to panic here because this market cycle will change more than once meeting if we do enter into a prolonged downturn you cannot accurately gauge when you need to get back into the market satellite photos showed what appeared to be armored personnel carriers and other vehicles belonging to China's paramilitary people's armed police parked in a sports complex in the city of Shenzhen across from Hong Kong speaking with Salem radio commentator Gordon Chang says that Hong Kong poses a great threat to Beijing this is a a society on the edge of the people's Republic that is rebelling and it's actually you could even say it's a revolution and the Chinese leaders don't know what to do about it once again on Wall Street the Dow down by a hundred points.
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"Whenever they happen hi I'm Greg rice on ten ten when he's done five forty and we have a developing story this hour out of the Philadelphia where authorities say several police officers have been injured in an active on going shooting situation in that city CBS Philly is reporting that four officers were shot and taken to Temple University hospital in an unknown condition Sargent Eric grip of the Philadelphia police department tweeting there was at least one suspect firing at police this afternoon police spokesman for confirming the shooting in the nice town section but the details are still coming in at this hour they offered no other information make sure you stay with ten ten wins and ten ten wins dot com for the very latest on this developing story Wednesday's time five forty three it's day one under the child victims act in New York the new law allowing sex abuse victims to bring lawsuits that were previously barred by a statute of limitations hundreds if not thousands of cases are expected to be filed cases I'm already been announced against the Catholic Church which initially fought Albany over this law the Boy Scouts of America and Jeffrey abstain who died in his prison cell last weekend standing in front of St Patrick's cathedral today was attorney Mitchell Garabedian he announced a case on behalf of James grind who says he was sexually abused as a child by former cardinal Theodore McCarrick right right to get the information we need to show what crying himself was on hand for many many years this last year tremendously up and down for the day today a spokesman for the archdiocese.
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"Good i think we and and i'm always fighting the other side of it i think we finally know the truth not only my better looking than jordan rogers i'm also apparently smarter than jordan as well very one good tibert i'm very sure that's why you're on the radio with his hair i'm just saying 'no drinking it came up with it is so good i will tell you this we've got a couple of hours together today so i am saving this story but i do have a good jordan rogers underwear story i gotta share whenever we were on the road later today but uh yeah i mean listen i guess is so do i need to go ahead and take the jacksonville or frauds of a daily to play that role today because they beat you know oh what a foreign ten houston team that's been in bad we can i can't even by i can't even play that role like you can play roles and radio i can't buy the jacksonville as a fraud i now fraud to win the at a their opportunities actually with the super bowl i'm not sure if i'm by that but are they are good quality squat yeah they're good call his one they did all of this new at the forty five to seven be dealt with at lunar fournet today as well well and and then you i have to look at it and some point and and you guys heard this coming into the day if the result plays out that we have right now if the steelers end of losing their football game the jagr's would sit squarely is the number two seed in all of the afc not in that that's a that's a staggering moment it has steelers lose or the patriots loose if the patriots right rice are areas if they can get in eric grip the patriots if the patriots lose they dipped down to the threeseat so there's a a moment here where you're looking at it and saying you have to look at it and respect what's going on in jacksonville a another first down for the past by the way its first in ten from their twenty five vote wounded guess who caught the ball too drunk asking issued this you just you know it's.
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"I'm john valeria when locally a 24yearold man is in stable condition after was accidentally shot by his threeyearold nephew in center city on friday kyw news poll kurtz reports police say the triggered toddler was just three years old he was strapped in a rear passenger seat when his uncle pulled over at sixteenths street near arch who led a couple other family members out of their dodge suv one of whom was an off duty housing authority officer before leaving the vehicle he took out his handgun and stashed it under the front passenger seat sergeant eric grip says the little boy saw the weapon and apparently decided it was play time appears at some point or another he was able to one strategy so he he located the weapon from underneath the front passenger seat fired one time when into the 24yearold males right shoulder waiting through the back exit through the front police and emergency crews were quick to arrive and rush the victim to hartmann university hospital on paul curbs kyw newsradio blida if you police say a body was pulled out of the schuylkill river friday afternoon police say an unidentified caller phoned the water department earlier in the day to report something in the river behind the fedex facility in grays ferry just after one pm officers arrived on the scene and found the body of a man of the river near the 1300 block of schuylkill avenue and now the eyewitness weather five day forecast mainly clear and mild overnight low 65 saturday sunny and very warm high eighty six sunday high and.
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"The schuylkill expressway all the way up to the midcounty tolls southbound blue were generally slow in villanova saint david's all the way down the 95 schuylkill expressway eastbound it's slow from 202 out to the approach of belmont avenue in then for montgomerie to bind extra heavy westbound to look better but slow from university to the vine you'll hit the brakes again between the boulevard out to the blue route four seventy six westbound 420 to sluggish from 202 out the just pass oaks that's all your rush shower volume ninety five delaware county northbound from the approach of the state line up to three twenty two it is sluggish and then again from penns landing on north to girard avenue southbound on 95 jammed from the airport down to the blue route now coming into philly on the ben franklin bridge still slow the entire length walt whitman going into new jersey jammed the length south on forty two from the whitman the 295 the slow and heavy delays continuing to ninety five southbound from route 38 onto the 42 freeway i'm justin drabick in the trumark financial credit union 24 hour traffic center a gun was fired an suv and center city earlier today and it was a threeyearold boy pulling the trigger his uncle is in hospital here whatever he's a paul kurtz tells us what investigators say the victim was driving a dodge suv and pulled over at 16th and arch to drop off his mother and brother and offduty housing authority officer who was carrying a handgun understanding is is that he placed the weapon underneath the the front passenger seat sergeant eric grip says the toddler's saw the gun and went after arab league israel's out on himself located the gun that was left under the sea by off duty officer fired one time hitting his uncle in the right shoulder here's yongchol was looking at his cell phone when when he was shot he was taken to hardiman university hospital in stable condition on paul kurtz kyw newsradio kyw news time five thirty four incidents.
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"Year old makes a dangerous discovery in a loved ones car and his uncle winds up in the hospital kyw his paul koretz has more on a shooting right near city hall this afternoon police say the trigger toddler was just three years old he was strapped in a rear passenger seat when his uncle pulled over at sixteenth street near arch the letter a couple other family members out of their dodge suv one of whom was an off duty housing authority officer before leaving the vehicle he took out his handgun and stashed it under the front passenger seat sergeant eric gripped says the little boy saw the weapon and apparently decided it was play time appears at some point or another he was able to one strategy so he located the weapon from underneath for the front passenger seat fired one time it went into the 24yearold males right shoulder way in through the back exited through the front police and emergency crews were quick to arrive and rush the victim to hartmann university hospital on paul kurtz kyw newsradio to puerto rico now wear the governor as calling it the most devastating storm in a century talking about the cat three hurricane maria which is now turning toward turkey think keiko's how the us is helping the u s territory new york representative adriana west by out said puerto rico needs an estimated ten billion dollars just to get back up on its feet he said congress has a responsibility to help the us territory this is a matter of life and death but we got to rebuild this community and puerto rico is an island has us citizens new york city has a few dozen first responders and emergency management people on their way to help according to mayor bill de blasio we will also be asking city employees to volunteer their time and energy any who who are willing to go down and help there's a tremendous amount of anxiety among the seven hundred thousand plus puerto ricans here.