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SEPTA suspends bus, subway, trolley service in Center City Philadelphia until further notice
"Has suspended subway bus and trolley service in center city we're gonna go live now to K. Y. W.'s mark Abrams who's following this forest mark well this announcement came less than an hour ago and sept of mated saying that it was doing so at the request of the city this involves suspending service within that box that the the police have described as anything south of Vine Street north of South Street in east west river river now in addition to the of the trolley routes of the buses that are going to be limited it's also the market Frankford line and the Broad Street line but sept is Andrew bush says they're going to give folks who did come in on the market Frankford and Broad Street lines a little bit of a grace period all market Frankford and Broad Street lines were extending the window until one o'clock those closures to go into place we we know that some people had to be you know if I'm in the city today is central workers they have to go home we want to allow some time for that so we're able to keep that open a little longer that in the bus routes and trolley routes and he said that there are limited regional rails that are still going to be operating into suburban station in the Jefferson station he says there is adequate SEPTA police there just to handle those who are going to use the service but he said it's so infrequent now it's it's about two hours for every every line and very limited but that at this point he says those regional rail stations will remain open and again he said that the this is done at the request of the city and he said it's likely that it'll last for the balance of the day Suzanne all right mark thank you cable W's mark Abrams
"frankford" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"City on buses the market Frankford el the Broad Street line and the trolleys in the K. one of the twenty four hour traffic center another forecast for NBC ten first alert meteorologist Krystal klei good afternoon nice conditions will continue the rest of today plenty of sunshine breezy out there in that high temperature getting up to about seventy one degrees tonight we'll keep it clear as well will fall to forty nine for the morning low Monday money is pretty much a repeat of today were mostly sunny with a breezy tomorrow with gusts twenty five to thirty miles per hour and then I'd have to get up to around seventy three degrees on Tuesday we start to see some subtle changes more clouds maybe an isolated shower and a high of seventy five I'm N. B. C. ten first alert meteorologist Krystal klei with your most accurate forecast count on it right now sixty nine and sunny on the way up to seventy one in Philadelphia now special coverage on KYW newsradio the latest updates now on the rights in Philadelphia at two fifteen we are watching some looting taking place in port Richmond our TV partner NBC ten showing scenes over the Burlington coat factory where people seem to be running in there taking merchandise also from a foot locker these couple dozen people going in and out taking boxes of sneakers shoes police arriving on to the scene and we do have one of our reporters heading there and we will bring you more information on that as soon as we can also two hundred seven people have been arrested so far following last night's mayhem and the police commissioner says that number will rise thirteen police were injured those injuries include chemical burns broken bones head injuries and one officer is still in the hospital after being hit by a car good afternoon I'm Suzanne Monaghan our editor is Andrew Kramer will Philadelphia wasn't the only city dealing with violence last night over the police staff of African American George Floyd in Minneapolis turned into rage and riding reporter Peter dentures in Miami Florida looking at the charred remains of this Miami police department vehicle one of those set on fire KCBS TV reporter Greg mills watched in Los Angeles on the guy that threw something through the window at the Walgreens at fifth and Broadway and then people just dream.
Man With Box Cutter Shot, Killed by Philadelphia Officer, Police Say
"In Philadelphia cops had a confrontation with a man with a box cutter last night that man is dead news K. Y. W. sentiment leave this happened just after five PM right across from the Frankford transportation center center near near Penn Penn in in practice practice greets greets staff staff inspectors inspectors say say computer computer Bruce Bruce says says the the man man was was chasing chasing a a septa septa employee employee with with the the weapon weapon the the serviceman serviceman was was chasing chasing them them down down the the street street the the boy boy approaches approaches the office of flags them down as a lesson that man is chasing me with a knife the officers get out to entertain and they to observe that the mail in the session up at night his office is repeatedly told the man to drop the weapon he refused and allegedly lunged at the cops one of the officers a twenty eight year old officer with seven years experience assigned to the fifteenth district it discharges firearm one time strike in the mail in the abdomen reports or area the man was taken to the hospital where he was pronounced dead officials say the investigation is still very preliminary as many units are gathering the facts including the officer involved shooting unit and internal
Philadelphia - Suspected DUI driver charged with murder in crash that left 3-year-old child dead
"A Montgomery County woman faces serious charges after police say she was driving under the influence and caused a multi vehicle crash leaving a three year old child dead and at least a half dealt another dozen other people hurt they would lose Justin Trudeau with the story district attorney Larry Krasner says it was Wednesday evening when Brianna right of Montgomery County was speeding on Frankford Avenue in Magee in the Mayfair section of Philadelphia he says the twenty eight year old impaired driver that went from sites like Bing a septa bus on the south bound lanes before crossing to the north bound lanes and hitting more vehicles ultimately ended in a six vehicle crash he adds as a result of that crash a three year old died and six others including a seven a nineteen year old were injured sources say the children were not buckled on their vehicles at the time of the crash right is charged with third degree murder homicide by vehicle while driving under the influence and resisting arrest among other charges Krasner's urging Philadelphians to not confuse impure streets in pure pedestrians as an excuse to speed or drive while
"frankford" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Trolleys market Frankford Broad Street Norristown high speed line are back in service but limited service remains on septa regional rails the cable W. twenty four hour traffic center sound club exam forecast now from NBC tens bill Henley tropical storm Arthur sending us some gusty winds today mostly cloudy skies but dry hire sixty seven this afternoon the winds keeping things cool those winds gusting thirty to thirty five miles an hour this afternoon cloudy and chilly tonight still rather breezy overnight we drop down to four E. eighty degrees Wednesday morning partly to mostly cloudy skies during the day on Wednesday and still a bit on the breezy side with winds gusting twenty five to thirty miles an hour a high of sixty four on Wednesday then warmer weather after a cold start on Thursday forty five in the morning partly sunny and nice in the afternoon a high of seventy one I'm NBC ten first alert meteorologist bill Henley with your most accurate forecast count on it it's cloudy and fifty seven headed to sixty seven this afternoon window nation's best pricing of the year with two free windows for every two you buy plus get zero zero zero for twenty four months eight six six ninety nation or window nation dot com so far a mixed morning on Wall Street this check sponsored by crash proof retirement dot com where you can see videos of people who have peace of mind with our own crash proof retirement system the S. and P. futures down seven points down nasdaq futures up ten Dow futures are down to four points listen anytime anywhere get the radio dot com and at K. Y. W. to your favorite three things to know about the corona virus pandemic at nine fifteen Philadelphia courts are closed only September but officials are working on a plan for when they can reopen safely some college students are eligible for grants to help them with housing and food have to apply for itself recapping our top story governor Murphy unveiling a three stage plan to lift restrictions on businesses in New Jersey but he says it is not going to happen quickly still ahead in the next fifteen minutes good morning I'm Brandon Brooksville Casey's at the editors staffs the Philadelphia courts remain close both civil and criminal jury trial suspended till at least the eighth of September K. Y. W. crime and justice reporter Kristen Johanneson says court officials are developing protocols for when trials resume courts have remained open in some sense to essential services like protection from abuse orders arraignments and bail hearings judicial leaders are working with committees in each division on how to slowly.
"frankford" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Frankford Broad Street Norristown high speed lines are back but still limited service remains on septa regional rails the cable W. twenty four hour traffic center I'm simply exam five day forecast time now back we go to bill Henley bill cloudy day today but it could be worse specially that store on this and map well off the east coast yeah it's impacting the Carolinas it's offshore but spreading rain in the Carolinas and some gusty winds we will see the rain but we will get more wind and it starts later today right now the wind is a twelve miles an hour that's up a bit mostly cloudy skies there will be some breaks of sunshine and we're up to sixty degrees right now will be near seventy this afternoon so enough brightness coming through those clouds to warm things up but the wind will ramp up later today and tonight and tomorrow as that storm gets a bit closer to our area but still saying at a safe distance seventy today in Philadelphia cooler tonight will drop down to fifty three tomorrow morning and a mostly cloudy day for Tuesday they'll be some breaks of sunshine but with that cost year wind to thirty miles an hour for Tuesday that's going to limit the warm up to about sixty four degrees in the afternoon the wind starts to die down a bit on Wednesday partly cloudy skies forty eight the morning temperature and just sixty two in the afternoon but that's the chili's day of the week a warm up starts on Thursday after another cold start in the morning down to forty five but afternoon sunshine a few clouds less wind sixty eight degrees Thursday afternoon then it's into the seventies on Friday seventy six the high but it comes with more clouds and a chance of some showers developing during the day and into Friday evening Brandon Florida thank builds ten oh five curbside pick up a nonessential construction now.
SEPTA Resumes Regular Schedules On Most Transit Services in Philadelphia
"As for sept the regular schedules resume tomorrow most of the septa bus routes trolleys and the market Frankford Broad Street in Norristown high speed lines however route ninety one bus services still suspended route eighty trolley service is still suspended just double check your schedule at septa
Philadelphia Coronavirus Transit: SEPTA Returning To Regular Schedules On Most Transit Services Starting May 17
"Septa is restore and regular city transit service started a week from Sunday more from K. Y. W.'s Mike denardo starting Sunday may seventeenth sept is returning to a regular schedule on its buses and trolley routes as well as the market Frankford Broad Street and Norristown high speed lines set the GM Leslie Richards says the free rides are ending we'll also be able to go back to front door boarding we are gonna start off with the fare collection as well and this is going to allow us to help monitor up brighter limits on all of our vehicles writers are still asked to wear masks and they'll be required to stay six feet from bus drivers seven septa workers have died from the corona virus and more than two hundred fifty have tested positive Richard says worker call outs continue to be a challenge and she stresses that even though sept is returning to our regular transit schedule only essential workers or people accessing life sustaining services should be writing the system Mike DiNardo KYW
"frankford" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Market Frankford line is reduce service non operating now with thirty minute delays will keep you posted on that in the cable to be twenty four hour traffic center I'm Sam clover exam now the five day forecast with NBC ten first alert meteorologist bill Henley bill good morning looks like we're in for a pretty decent day here today thankfully yes we need a break after yesterday's little cool right now forty seven degrees for the little chillier with the northwesterly wind that's at thirteen miles an hour but the winds will be dying down and we will start the they with lots of sunshine our skies are nice and clear this morning the temptress climb to near sixty degrees this afternoon but as we go through the afternoon you'll notice more high clouds coming in that's going to lead to some light rain showers overnight tonight and even a few snowflakes mixing in first thing tomorrow morning north and west we won't be cold enough for any of that snow to stick and it will be clearing during the day tomorrow near sixty today down to forty tonight and just fifty one the high for Wednesday afternoon tomorrow below normal temperatures we'd normally warm into the low sixties this time of year still on the chilly side Thursday sunshine and windy to thirty seven to start with just fifty two the high a little bit warmer on Friday but not by much after morning low thirty six degrees with fifty four in the afternoon in the afternoon we'll see clouds returning and a chance of some showers the continues into Saturday morning fifty four again on Saturday with sunshine coming through in the afternoon Carol all right thank you bill it's five thirty five New Jersey and Pennsylvania are joining four other states and forming an Advisory Council.
"frankford" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Of the Rangers young players got hit in the jaw by a pitch over the weekend broke his jaw Zacks surgery will tell you how that went coming out first traffic and weather together on the aids and here's Julian Rogers parents gonna come out there there's a couple of exceptions though will start in Carrollton get that problem with the overturned small trailer and they're clean this one up it's thirty five east south on the exit ramp to turn east onto the bush turnpike and no you can't use that ramp right now so a little bit of backup coming down from Frankford and it's those exterior lanes keep in mind that are seeing the most congestion you're gonna be forced through and that that's what you do have that tie up so you'll have to backtrack if you're trying to go to the eastbound side of the bush turnpike in the Carrollton probably best serve taking sandy lake with block and then back up north of the old Denton so there's ways around this all it's going to go look at another problem in the way of some construction brightly southbound six thirty five in the skeet at Bruton road they're still in that left lane in that has traffic still slow from about gross road we'll get some good news here though Bedford south on one twenty one a cheeseburger that construction is done for now you're gonna have no delays as you're coming through and southbound three sixty brownie that would pick up that road work in the backup from post to paddock loosening up very rapidly I twenty finally looks fairly normal fingers crossed here thirty five the little heavy perching Houston school but everything heading over towards forty five into Hutchins that's all calm in fact I would say posted speeds most of the way there three eighty some road work will catch you in New Hope if you are heading east on three eighty for McKinney there's going to be a pretty sizeable back up there from airport drive over to New Hope road it's all maintenance related and westbound you've got a delay it's not quite as bad on that westbound stretch but it's almost one miles worth of backup I'm Julie Rogers next reported two forty eight and breaking traffic alerts when they happen nice spring like weather pattern across North Texas I'm NBC five meteorologist grant Johnston a good deal.
Philadelphia: Stolen Ambulance Driver Arrested After Hour-Long Chase
"The driver of a stolen ambulance nabbed after leading police on a chase through Philadelphia that lasted more than an hour the man behind the wheel of that medic unit belonging to the Philadelphia fire department taken into custody about ten forty as we watched aerial video from local news outlets throughout the low speed chase it was not immediately clear how we got a hold of the emergency vehicle and what led to the trace the early reports were there was some short sort of shooting on the Boulevard at one point in the chase aerial video showed the man stop in the parking lot of a fast food restaurant opened the doors as officers began surrounding up the back half of all of that unit then all of a sudden he closed the door and drove off and barreled into several police vehicles blocking his exit the ambulance came to a halt for around ten seconds as officers again approached but the driver rammed his way back on the street we also as we watch the TV news helicopters and the UP police helicopter with the spotlight on him as he went through the streets of the north the east including Kapit Avenue in Frankford Avenue and the Boulevard a tow truck tried to intervene during the chase we saw them saddle up to each other side by side but then he was struck as were other vehicles during a lengthy pursuit it wasn't
Eight killed in shooting in Germany
"It's been a shooting spree tonight in Germany happen in a small town near Frankford BBC's Damian McGinnis says the trouble started at a local bar eight people have been killed having sustained injuries from the shooting at least five people were also injured and there were two at least two separate shooting incidents in the town now please say that the gunmen are still on the run launch operations carried out to track them down it's not clear what's behind the she's saying right now there's no indication was any kind of terror attack to mystic or
Alexander Waske: Tour Coach and Academy Owner
"High Alexander Functions. Tennis podcast thank you great to have you on board are I. Came across of the Alexander Voskan Tennis University as I saw on bags around some tournaments. I saw some coaches walking around two bags. I'd never heard of it before and I was always curious so I went off and did some research and this was last year so I've been falling ever since I've posted some your videos. I have you on our academy our top academy lists so it's great to finally speak to you. Thanks for that like just going to your resume. So you've worked with some cray players to pass speed caregiver meltzer Haas Bryan Curtis and even. Now you're working with some great players on especially let's say on the juniors who working with Yoenis four Tek who won grand slams last year such a great junior strokes are amazing anytime we posted on functional tennis. It's really amazing on. You're also working with a couple of the players on the Belgium Davis Cup team lower still lower Bella Mons on. Yeah few more. You're doing you're busy not me. We are a team here. So it's it's not me. We're working together with a couple of professionals here. So tennis coaches fitness coaches therapists. It's always a team effort here. Tell me cut me. Where's IT based in Germany? We Are Approximately fifteen to twenty minutes from Frankfurt Airport which is in my opinion great location as the International Airport. Gets you anywhere in the world and mostly direct flights? So you're in the center of Europe with Germany and Frankford is the center of or the middle of Germany so it's easy for us too excess anything here in Europe and even long fights I mean everything or usually everything has direct so we save a lot of time. By by this and also frankfort spend my hometown. So I've been I grew up here. I know the area Illinois everything here. So that's why we here. It's great to be in such a central. He'll be juniors playing tennis Europe term and Sir. Itf Tournaments Futures Challenges could hope to be. There's so much going on in Europe and also for the flights as you mentioned but tell me about Your Academy your facility. How many courts you have. What's your setup like? They're always thought of two thousand and ten. I started very very tiny. We had one player and one coach We built this from scratch. We are here working at the Federation. We have four. Indoor rebound ace courts we outdoor rebound escorts and then outdoors. We have also a five day. Courts we have a gym. We have ten rooms to sleep For people that come in for a weekly base now. We have other options for our long-term customers that can save an hour to you house. That is a bit outside of the sites and Ben. We have other apartments as well so everything is basically here on site visit therapy and everything that we need. The restaurant So yeah it's it's not the largest site we can't compare this to the large European academies like more talk no and Ross. We look for very high quality on our courts I think which even that so far I think the small academy the Smaller Academy sorry not too big more look more commercially cutting small and seem to have a better more family atmosphere on something you mentioned. Is You like to build character in the players? You work which can you tell me what you mean by building character with your players. You know if you're getting young people in here. Having a lot of influence has left rights errands media friends other players and so on at the end of the day. I believe that's building a good character and I'm gonNA come back to. That will make them successful people. Nobody can guarantee professional career of them making millions of euros in stuff like this but if they are hot working if they are focused if the discipline if they work hard on reaching their goals if they take a setback if they take a loss get back up on their on their feet and try it again and again and again and again. This kind of character will succeed in life so I think that our number one priority or our number one job is to create personalities that will succeed in life and then they will always be happy that they've been here No matter hulk with a end up in Tennessee great. And how do you do you give me an example? So we set clear rules It's also a lot about talking to the kids making them understand why we do certain things and for ten years. I've been busting my Thoughts to get an atmosphere here where everybody works hard and all the kids that we have now and I'm really happy about this really into getting better so you can always spend your whole day playing computer games. You can spend your whole day going out at night drinking Blah Blah Blah or you generate an atmosphere where everybody works hard and if there's one kid that does work hard the other kids don't want to practice with him because it's it's also for their benefits for their practice so I think that we Getting there that the intensity here is very high that there's a clear plan of how they play and that they really spend time with their game. They're strokes and a half to write a journal of what they've learned throughout the day. They have to visualize nights what they've done and the next steps that are there. We make individual plans for them. We make individual schedules and at the end of the day. You also need to have time for for the if you have fifty players to take care of at the same time. It's a zoo. So our coaches have four to six players that they take care of and I don't think that they can do more so that they have enough time to to talk to the plan to also know what kind of personality they are and what. They're struggling with what they're all right. Now tell me if somebody if I want to apply to come to your Kademi what you look for players that send you emails to say they. WanNa come train with you. What we don't do is we don't sign any contracts through the Internet. We don't do that. We have to meet the player. Find out if it's a fits. We want to see if we really like working with that player and at the other on the other hand the player has to tell. I mean usually. It's the parents that also behind this The player has to say this is where I WANNA be. This is the best place in the world. I don't want to go anywhere else and we can find a way but I I want to very very clear and strong commitment for this and this place is not perfect for everybody. I mean this other academies out there that are doing a fantastic job and Certain personalities will like this here and other personalities will prefer something else through your right if you try and fit everybody in. I think you're structures all over the place. I agree if you WanNa make you happy. You're going to generate a mess. They're going to have strict rules. I mean we are German so if you come one second late for practice your practice is over. It's it just doesn't happen you run for today. Yeah we also worked very early in the morning at seven thirty. We organized in structure. As Germs. Do Things and this is a strength. We are probably the worst dancers and other countries. Show us. How the Party will we? We're good at other things one of my best friends. Fabian is a chairman on definitely knows how to party. I didn't learn. Jeremy travelled a bit so definitely did a stint in the states. I think that's re- picked it up so you start early tomorrow to. What's a typical day so for your? Let's say for your teenagers. There's no real tip of the day because when you run a period as Asian you have weeks where you work really hard. And then you have weeks where you worked less and you regenerate more so we work up to ten sessions a week if the players practice full than they have a Monday and Tuesday where they have two sessions into fitness sessions on Wednesdays. They have Tennis session one session. Thursday Friday again to each Saturdays one tennis and Yoga. That's a tough week here but again we also have other weeks where we watched that the players are doing more mobility or region more stretching more. Physiotherapy it really depends on what's a but the week is planned for them. Take a lot of boxes there. The one thing I know. Is that the coaches care here. They really work hard. Some of them travel twenty to twenty five weeks a year with the players to tournaments. They really care. And that's what I really like Nobody here looks at the clock. All the time and says Lesson is op. I always say don't teach lessons. We coach players and different thing for me. So Time. Watching a bad characteristic. If two people are counting the time I know one player we feature quite a bit in the past two years is Yoenis four tech. He trains with you and he was world number one junior last year. One Grand Slams. How long has he been trained in? What you almost six years now. At that time we didn't really have a junior program and he was recommended to us and we had to look at him and I fell in love right away and I knew that this was probably the best hand eye coordination that I've ever seen in my life. So yeah just jump in there. Did you see the video with the wooden spoon? Yahoo hasn't I mean one of the most popular videos intenders. I would say so. You know what I'm GonNa send you a video just for you and you can post it on your side. Where he hits were the wooden stake now. Oh yes that is amazing. You can see on that. Looks like and then we have another junior now. Who's twelve and he was hitting really well with it and he did it with. Jonas and Jonas told me Alex I think the guy's better with a wooden stick me now because I haven't hit with it for a while so I think that was quite
Chicago weather forecast: Snow near the lake continues
"Central the forecast from the WGN Chicago weather center a cloudy today high of thirty one snow showers returning tonight maybe another inch of snow on the ground low twenty five and then tomorrow mostly cloudy lake effect snow northwest Indiana and a high of thirty three right now to hear it's twenty nine midway twenty nine twenty eight at Frankford in twenty eight degrees at
"frankford" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"President trump's removal from office in the Senate impeachment trial that is dispatching a and B. trains on the market Frankford el and recapping our top story probe pope Francis has named a new archbishop of Philadelphia he's bishop Nelson Perez the current leader of the diocese of Cleveland that's all ahead in the next fifteen minutes good morning I'm Carol McKenzie Brandon Brooks ten o'clock when is at the end opening statements under way now in the impeachment trial of president trump on a line to the White House at CBS news White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy David good morning we heard a Democrat using the president's own words against him what did they say the the president's own words on videotape and it part of the visual aids the Democrats are using to make their case and they've been arguing for months that the president's own statements prove his guilt a particularly the remarks he made on the south lawn here at the White House about about China investigating Joe Biden beyond that Adam Schiff Jerry Nadler and their colleagues spent nearly nine hours yesterday laying out the chronology of the alleged pressure campaign on Ukraine starting in the spring of last year up until September and October when the Democrats say the president and his aides were caught in the act of Republicans who have been commenting on this and many of them have said that the arguments they're hearing in the Senate chamber are repetitive and not persuasive Democrats might be trying to play to the the broader audience watching and listening outside the chamber they'll two more days uninterrupted to do that the president's lawyers get their equal time starting on Saturday Stephen what about witnesses that's being in a big point of contention here what's the latest on that well there's been a discussion that Carol about the idea perhaps so a witness trade that may be Republicans would go along for witnesses if you know the for example with judo John Bolton might be a permitted to testify if Joe Biden would testify Democrats are calling that a non starter they're saying this is not fantasy football and in a trial that the parties don't get to trade which witnesses they call the Democrats continue to make the case that if this trial is going to be fair then witnesses and documents have to be produced all right thanks even CBS news White House correspondent Steven Portland will soon riders on the market Frankford line won't have to worry about whether they're stepping onto an a or a B. train years K. Y. W.'s Mike denardo take the a train on second thought don't septa is eliminating a and B. rush hour trains on the market Frankford line next month the transit agency did a pilot in two thousand eighteen running all local trains and assistant GM for operations Scott sour says riders overwhelmingly approved what we learned is that the the elimination of the skip stop during that time frame I had little to no impact on operations he says a and B. trains were designed decades ago to distribute the loads on trains not to save time but with more writers living in areas like Fishtown sour says it made sense that all train should stop at all stations the change takes effect when the new set the schedules come out February twenty third Mike denardo KYW newsradio exports fudge myself to see the world would work ready set to help reduce traffic congestion and air pollution get to write started that I set the Philly dot com Sixers tried to end of very long regular season losing streak at the raptor but they were at a disadvantage listen for minutes in red brown with a time out and we have a live being it Josh Richardson just in front of the six are band marched through mopping the sports Philadelphia Josh Richardson left hamstring strain done for the night for us this means we are the real figure out what works I go to the roster Ben Simmons in the seventy Sixers lost one oh seven ninety five Brett brown wanted them to shoot threes which they were okay and is one of our most efficient ways to school clean of forty six but Toronto outscored them in the paint fifty two to eighteen Richardson is going to be reevaluated today any reach cheats are going to be in Miami soon for Superbowl week understandably appreciates it more now than in oh five with the eagles because you're older back then you go I'm either going to one here will get to you know no you don't know and quite come that easy speaking of that team Donovan McNab told bleacher report that Terrel always prevented them from getting back to the Super Bowl the next season because of his off field anthrax was hello world goes up that was the most frustrating for me because I knew what we could do is if we decided to just come together.
SEPTA To Eliminate All A/B Stops On Market-Frankford Line
"Portland will soon riders on the market Frankford line won't have to worry about whether they're stepping onto an a or a B. train years K. Y. W.'s Mike denardo take the a train on second thought don't septa is eliminating a and B. rush hour trains on the market Frankford line next month the transit agency did a pilot in two thousand eighteen running all local trains and assistant GM for operations Scott sour says riders overwhelmingly approved what we learned is that the the elimination of the skip stop during that time frame I had little to no impact on operations he says a and B. trains were designed decades ago to distribute the loads on trains not to save time but with more writers living in areas like Fishtown sour says it made sense that all train should stop at all stations the change takes effect when the new set the schedules come out February twenty
Airlines Allowing Passengers to Change Flights Ahead of Winter Storm
"The weather forecast from the WGN Chicago weather Saturday looks like now all winter weather advisory is in effect for the area they're downgrading it a bit the advisory is in effect for lake can came counties beginning in the overnight hours three o'clock on Saturday morning through three o'clock Sunday it kicks in a little bit later in the page the cell candle and cook county it doesn't look as if they were still trying to sort out what they're expecting here doesn't look as if they're expecting less precipitation but perhaps more rain then snow or ice so this continues to develop we'll keep you updated through the afternoon cloudy scattered showers as I said temperatures falling today rain likely tonight and then a wintry mix overnight of freezing rain sleet and some snow most snow to the northern areas three inches plus in the northern suburbs are low tonight of thirty three a high tomorrow thirty five partly sunny by Sunday and a high of twenty nine degrees checking the current conditions were at forty at o'hare forty three at midway forty eight at Frankford and forty right now at the lake front so while it is the calm before the storm they're busy at the airports trying to get people out here's WGN's Eric wrong airlines are trying to get as many people in and out of Chicago before the storm hit offering to waive change fees for passengers whose travel is flexible a winter storm watch again had been ineffective mated now a winter weather advisory we will keep you updated on that doesn't change the fact that there will be a lot of precipitation and a strong winds as well there's a lake shore flood warning that begins tomorrow morning it runs through
Man killed in shootout
"The day time shoot out between police and a suspect in the city's Frankford neighborhood has left one man dead Hey what abuse crime and justice reporter Kristin Jo Hanson explains it all started around one o'clock in the afternoon at the RTC to state parole officers came to serve a warrant on a parole violator when the man began to shoot at the pair the cops fired back in after a brief chase the man locked himself inside of the home on Hawthorne street near orthodox that's when more police officers were called to the scene and swat officers went inside says deputy police commissioner robin Wimberley of we were waiting to make to speak to the to the mail was unable to do that we had to take the door to ensure that the mail was one to get the services they need it and he was pronounced at two fifty two she says there now combing through the home and trying to figure out what happened
"frankford" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Have a Frankford accent so I said this happened I love them that happens I love so this Netflix in charge of subtitle person he translated that with all along so now my whole specials about that I did that along I love that my the specialist so successful because I had help from above the German I'm very structured I'm very I'm a little frustrated you know I'm not like you British people your soul friendly I just cannot use so you're on about the smallest honk your on about the Hey how you doing and I'm to German for that you know I'm like I don't know you I don't wanna know how you doing you know I don't even understand why you ask me how I'm doing sometimes it's the little words a little sayings I don't understand like in my on my way to hear that with the driver he was so friendly was like so are you going I was like I'm going to the B. B. C. radio theater he was like also was happening and that was like a comedy show and he's like and what are you doing that was like I'm a comedian and you think wow really is that yes and I do have an expression and he was like yeah and I was like no I paid for this hello I have a receipt and German I I'm I'm actually very excited I hope we don't forget the rest of my said it's like you know we have to admit the best comedians of the world are from Britain are from the U. S. so I'm I'm very honored to be among them to be in the B. B. C. radio theatre even if it's in front of you irrelevant people it's still big to me you know yeah yeah in front of Dave my parents are from Iran I have a little bit of a conflict because of that because these two cultures are very different like the German culture the Iranian culture very very different and I'm really I have a lot of both you know a very structured as a set very German but the other side like for instance Germans love self help books the very much into self help books Iranians also middle eastern as we would never read a self help book like never because first of all I realize that all the self help books they have titles in an imperative I think in part of the ride would like ordering titles they're all about like change your life now double your income now has a fresh start now and you know middle easterners we just don't like the now situation you know into the now this is the reason we would never read it first of all if offended if somebody says change your life now then we will be like you change your life now yeah doing way better than you you know we cannot handle critic and this thing is just not a middle eastern thing you know I forget thank if you want to write a self help book which is very successful in the Middle East it should be something like change your life soon in China it's not just live with it I don't know we would like to be a title like ten.
Republican Gov. Matt Bevin says he won’t contest results showing Democratic opponent winning Kentucky governor’s race
"Kentucky governor Matt Bevin has conceded his race for reelection of requesting a re Candace speaking in Frankford Bevin wished his opponent Democrat Attorney General anti bush sure well as he transitions into his new role Indiana gas at two fifty a gallon today says gasbuddy and leaders from members of the US led coalition to defeat ISIS met in Washington today for the first time since ISIS leader Abu Baqer al Baghdadi
Lufthansa ready for arbitration as cabin crew strike begins
"Labor trouble overseas score Spani Jeremy house reports live concert canceling some thirteen hundred flights later this week because of a planned strike by a union representing cabin crews in Germany do you are pro union is called members out on a forty eight hour strike starting at midnight it's part of a bitter dispute with Germany's biggest airline about pay and the union's legal status Lufthansa says is putting together a special flight plan and passengers will be able to check their flight status on its website it said that it'll be able to operate twenty three hundred of Thursday's three thousand planned flights and twenty four hundred of those planned for Friday around one hundred eighty thousand passengers will be affected by cancellations of Frankford court rejected an attempt by love tons of the blocked the strike Jeremy house
Plane Carrying 326 Passengers Diverted After Pilot Spills Coffee
"Plane carrying three hundred and twenty six passengers diverted after pilot spills coffee it doesn't say which pilot doesn't mhm wonder transatlantic flight was forced to divert to the republic of ireland because a pilot spilled a cup of coffee on the aircraft's controls it has emerged according according to the air accidents investigation branch the airbus three thirty dash to forty three operated by condor was traveling from frankford in germany to cancun mexico on february six when it was forced to jettison fuel and divert to shannon airport the forty nine year old pilot who has over thirteen thousand hours of flying experience have been given a cup of coffee without lid by cabin crew and accidentally knocked it over as the plane was flying over the north atlantic ocean caring eleven crew and three hundred twenty six passengers some of the liquid spilled onto the audio control panel which became very hot and produce smoke and a burning smell the damage caused significant communication difficulty for the flight crew and force them to wear oxygen masks masks report said the equipment became so hot that one of the buttons on the control panel began to melt which prompted the the pilot to divert yeah that's getting pretty serious when things are melting on your control panel on the air accidents investigation branch said the there were no injuries and that the airline had since since changed its procedures to ensure couplets are provided for flights and all routes the operator also issued a flight crew notice reminding pilots to be careful with liquids a spokesman for condor part of the thomas cook group told CNN in the statement light to one one six from frankfurt to cancun on the sixth of february tony nineteen diverted a shannon as a precautionary measure due to a minor amount of smoke in the cockpit after a liquid spillage and the goes on to talk about the fact that they investigated the airplane everything was okay they mopped up the coffee and all is good in that they apologize for any inconvenience or the guests tests on this flight
"frankford" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Frankford road so heading to Frisco right now you're gonna deal with backup in Plano from the bush turnpike up to the Sam Rayburn I'm Julie Rogers next reported five forty eight and breaking traffic alerts when they happen NBC five chief meteorologist Rick Mitchell slight man to talk about the weather rank Hey John watching some of thunderstorms up towards Wichita falls no they're not going to impact us necessarily tonight but they'll overall weather pattern becomes a little bit more favorable for a couple hit miss storms tomorrow right on into the weekend and with that that means extra cloud cover so temperatures are gonna come down just a little bit now let's not get carried away it'll still be sees doubly hot but at least we'll have a shot for a little bit of water partly cloudy tonight seventy nine the low tomorrow a mix of clouds and sunshine about a thirty percent chance for a shower or thunderstorm best chance in the afternoon a high in the mid nineties Saturday about the same story dry and then some pop up thunderstorms again thirty percent chance a high of ninety four in mid nineties on Sunday again a low shot you know not everyone is going to see a storm but at least we have that capability Monday will be another hot day could be close to one hundred then we start see temperatures backing off a little bit still looks like the Labor Day weekend could feature temperatures for highs in the eighties right now it is ninety eight feels like one oh one five forty one I'm Susie so leads with John little live in the Mercedes Benz of Plano news center listen to us anytime anywhere download the radio dot com app and click on the heart to favorite KRLD no your gas prices with the ten eighty pump watch a dollar ninety nine in McKinney at the Sam's club on west university drive your red bud Boulevard two of five in north fort worth of the calls going to home a ridge parkway north Terence parkway into a five in Dallas at the chevron on web chapel and timberline drive the current local average in North Texas to thirty five gas prices have jumped a dime in the last three days fort worth police released the body cam footage from yesterday's officer involved shooting interim police chief at Krause says eighteen year old Amari Malone was a person of interest in a murder earlier this month proximally five forty five PM yesterday officers observed Malone at the corner Boca Raton in Oakland hills Dr officers attempted to speak with someone but from officers and your hand down from his waistband and when Malone pointed the gun at the officers as clearly seen in the video officers shot at him four officers fired several rounds one of them hit Malone he was rushed to a hospital where he died the four officers are on routine paid administrative leave Galveston has a new main fire station Carol these Kelly weeds reports the more than nine million dollars station is one of the last projects funded by hurricane Ike relief money the station is reinforced to withstand a category five hurricane all six Galveston fire stations were damaged by hurricane Ike in two thousand eight Kelly weeks news radio to ninety K. are real de big is getting a new home Hasbro is spending about four billion dollars to buy the bridge entertainment company that produces Peppa pig and other hit animated shows for preschoolers Hasbro says acquiring entertainment one limited will help it turned white more toy brands into shows and movies the deal is expected to close before the end of the year.
"frankford" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"On the Frankford el AS left in nineteen year old in the hospital with wounds to his legs the suspect is still at large investigators are learning of serious irregularities at the New York jail where accuse sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein was found dead of apparent heart at make that and parents suicide over the weekend in the US census bureau is dispatching tens of thousands of employees who will knock on doors across the country more from KYW community affairs reporter Jerry gray the US census bureau will send out forty thousand employees this month were active listers they'll campus neighborhoods not going door then ask questions about units in each residence to verify addresses in advance of the senses mailing that'll go out next year a lot of efficiencies are being made and we think that it will be the most efficient census ever this is your director Steven Gillingham says one of the efficiencies includes blocking software that uses satellite mapping to identify household address if they use the technology to verify sixty five percent or more than a hundred million addresses nationwide the listers will verify the rest will have the forty thousand walking the neighborhoods in about thirty five percent of the nation's geography lessons will help deal with hard to count residents is such a thing your home's prisons boarding houses and more the official said this effort will kick off in January in remote locations the most helpful to get their first postcard mailing a March of next year Greg he will be used for the Central Park school district is working to fix water sources at several of their schools after they were found to have led a wide W. is Justin Trudeau reports out of central Buck school district twenty three schools none of them had sinks and water fountains that tested positive for lead levels higher than the environmental protection agency standards according to district officials we received last month a little over a thousand sources were evaluated district spokesperson Angela lenses they're currently working to fix those sixteen water sources that those nine different schools and get rid of the lead before the start of the school year we're gonna monitoring mediation process closely and the follow up testing provides this data that helps determine any necessary next step Lynn says they will let families in the district know how those follow up tests go our focus is always on ensuring that our students are safe and that were in full compliance with any guidelines visit KYW newsradio dot com for a list of the schools affected by those lead levels just a note okay what W. newsradio the trump administration is getting plenty of push back from immigration groups over a plan to withhold green cards from migrants from public assistance was an attempt to enforce the age old law that says immigrants here legally must not become a public charge to get a green card immigrants must prove they can be self sufficient and not reliant on public assistance a poor person can be prepared to be self sufficient Ken Cuccinelli the acting head of the agency that issues green cards shrugs off the concerns of advocates who worry the role will discourage immigrant parents from seeking benefits their U. S. citizen children may be due Stephen Portnoy's CBS news the White House few Philly schools now have better lighting and more efficient heating systems part of the city's two year old energy campaign Hey why W's Mike denardo has that story as part of solar week the city was showing off the green improvements at northeast high school principal Omar Crowder says new LED lighting can sense the amount of daylight coming into the new energy efficient windows they will dance almost turn office on how well naturalized coming through the green projects at northeast Saul and strawberry mansion high schools are paying off says superintendent William height we've seen a thirty percent reduction in utility costs.
"frankford" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
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"frankford" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Again against the Amtrak engineer the deadly wreck at Frankford junction in Philadelphia the national committees about the here from the special counsel himself on Russian interference in the twenty sixteen election advocates file suit to see general assistance to low income Pennsylvania I'm Pat the Phillies in Detroit against the Tigers overcast seventy five of the broadcast center going down to sixty five good evening and see our top story at seven a one charges against Amtrak one eighty eight engineer Brandon bostian have been dismissed he was at the controls when it derailed four years ago as it hurtled around the curve in the tracks in northeast Philadelphia they wanna use down wing reports eight people were killed one hundred eighty five others were hurt during the fatal Amtrak derailment in may of twenty fifteen federal investigators found that the train it's bad to over one hundred miles per hour as it went around a bend in Frankford sending it tumbling off the tracks Brandon bostian who is thirty two years old at the time was eventually charged with eight counts of involuntary manslaughter and two hundred forty six counts of reckless endangerment after a preliminary report concluded that he showed what was called a loss of situational awareness as the engineer charges against Boston were dropped at the initial trial in twenty seventeen but were reinstated by the Pennsylvania attorney general's office in twenty eighteen however with charges against Boston again being dropped at this preliminary hearing his attorney Brian Nick monocle says it's time for the state AG to let it go there's no good reason in the world for this not and the district attorney's office two years ago decided there was no crime the department of justice to put the started there was no crime two judges had not decided that there was no crime here you know good people sometimes have accidents monocle says people forget that someone throwing rocks at the train and the lack of speed controlling technology on the turn also contributed to the crash the state has until mid August to appeal the decision then when K. Y. W. news radio right around the tunes we start with just a slice the funny contra traffic jams up ninety five especially northbound from the airport all the way to Broad Street about a twenty minute the latest if you that rats and also southbound ninety fives lows in the approach of the Walt Whitman bridge the Broad Street ramps Platt bridge jammed the length into South Philadelphia with the concert traffic seventy six east bound bumper to bumper from four seventy six the Belmont you opens up briefly into the Boulevard were jammed up again all the way in archer expressway leaving town minor volume delay from the vine to Girard and again slow from Belmont Avenue to the Conshohocken curve but a half hour trip on four seventy six south bound between Lancaster Avenue all the way down the ninety five twenty a concert volume in place on the Pennsylvania Turnpike it is westbound jammed approaching mid county looks like they set up some road work what were continues on four twenty two eastbound approaching Senate so that just a minor delay with the right lane blocked no problems on the Delaware River bridges in New Jersey running enormous speed on two ninety five forty to fifty five and the New Jersey Turnpike mass transit are reporting any major problems I'm just dropping in to get rid of the twenty four hour traffic center the eyewitness weather five day forecast sponsored by Hutchinson plumbing heating and cooling CBS three skate bottle mainly cloudy tonight with a few scattered showers mainly east of Philadelphia's summer in the city but some rain likely down the shore and throughout coastal Delaware as well the overnight low sixty five well cleared out early on Wednesday and it's a beautiful day.
"frankford" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Through the night before it was one of dozens of tornadoes that tore through the region. Hardest hit was Missouri's capital, Jefferson City where this man lives, I didn't realize how emotional it would be to see the devastation in this town, and everything tore up and things gone that have been here forever. Meantime, officials in Kansas, say they continue to monitor the weather after significant rain caused widespread flooding and tornadoes emergency management, director Major, General Lee, Taff Nellie. Primary concerns really to continue rainfall that we've seen the last several days. And what's really in the forecast that continues to cause flooding inundation throughout many of our. Communities across the state, and then a second concern Societa with that is really the rising levels that we're seeing within our reservoirs and lakes throughout most of the state CBS news update a met piper with school ending across the country and summer camp on the horizon. Measles is become a big topic of concerns. He BS Jim Chenevey. Measles outbreak across the country has summer camps taking extra steps to prevent the spread of the disease among children attending their day overnight camps more than ten million. American children are expected to go to camp over the summer and the concerns are strongest in states. Like New York where there have been the most measles cases reported the state's department of health out a warning about the virus more than twenty five hundred camps strongly, recommending, they confirmed that all attendees and employee's have been properly vaccinated, Jim Chenevey CBS news. Now care relief, traffic and weather together, and we've got a report of a pedestrian being struck on the Dallas north tollway. This is southbound at Frankford in the right lane..
"frankford" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"P five hundred losing down sixty seven and the NASDAQ off by two hundred fifty one WBZ news time to twenty. Our top story. This hour is the markets on pace for their worst day of twenty nineteen as the fight between the US and China on tariffs gets hotter. Arkansas Republican Senator Tom cotton. These tariffs are going to end up hurting both Chinese and some Americans. I think the ultimate hurt the Chinese more than they will Americans in parkas Chinese companies and their government have been cheating the United States for so long. We'll have much more on this story coming up at two thirty one. We'll county town of Frankfurt has a long history and is hoping to preserve some bricks and mortar evidence of it. The old town neighborhood south of downtown Frankfort has some properties dating back to eighteen fifty five. They include Queen Anne homes from the turn of the century nineteen twenties and thirties bungalows and post World War Two ranches Frankford mayor Jim Holland tells the daily sow town the village recently held the historic preservation workshop coach people who buy the properties to maintain them and keep their historic architecture. Pat, Cassidy news right out of high point nine FM. WBZ news time to twenty one. Now a minute for kid was the American Academy. Pediatrics. I'm Dr Don Schifrin, most kids have fun sleeping in bunk beds. So it's important to make sure that they not only have fun, but stay safe be sure to place the bids in the corner of the room away from windows where there are walls onto sides. This will lessen the chances of your child falling out be sure to install guardrails along the top bunk firmly attach a ladder to the top bunk and put a night.
"frankford" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Sunday's bombings in Sri Lanka. The death. Toll has risen to three hundred twenty one four are Americans federal civil rights charges are filed against two cops in Trenton one on the force one retired. I'm David Matthew. A man at his twelve year old son are shot in Frankford after they get back to the house and find burglars inside that as in sports. Sixers take on the nets Phillies face the Mets. It's sunny and sixty eight we're heading up to eighty one good afternoon. I'm Lynn Adkins. Our top story. Twelve o one. I sys is now claiming responsibility for Sunday series of bombings in Sri Lanka and Sri Lanka official says it appears the attacks may have been retaliation for the massacre of Muslims at mosques in Christchurch New Zealand officials had said it was a local group responsible. And that group had international help, which may now lead to ISIS. The death toll has risen to three hundred twenty one four of them are Americans are spotted Rick Salinger has the story on one man killed. He was from Colorado was business trip for the company Pearson education, but on Facebook did or call ski wrote he was off to have some fun his friend neighbors Zachary cheek knew he loved to travel and help others. I'm expecting him to come home. And he's not he's not gonna come home. I was just terrible. The forty year old co ski was killed when a bomb exploded at his hotel just hours after arriving in Sri Lanka the country remains under a state of emergency. And that gives police extra powers to arrest and investigate so far more than forty suspects have been taken into custody for questioning..
Europe, Brian Chrysanthemum and Bob Swan discussed on Bloomberg Best
"The future of ntfs gain unparalleled insight into europe's growing etf market come city groups european head of market structure james van god's president and chief executive officer tim buckley footsie russel's head of ets kennedy keith and other top executives registered to attend this event at bloomberg live dot com slash frankford slash etf this is a bloomberg market minute stocks lost ground as investors worried about trade tariffs that how jones industrials fell for an eighth straight session the dow losing one hundred ninety six points the nasdaq fell sixty eight points the sp five five hundred closed down seventeen the losses ranged from six tenths to nine tenths percent intel is looking for a new chief executive officer brian chrysanthemum is out after the chip maker learned violated company policy by having a consensual relationship with an employee chief financial officer bob swan was named interim ceo bloomberg reports conagra brands has approached pinnacle foods about a possible deal sources say the to food manufacturers have held talks in recent weeks there was a decline last week in the number of workers filing new claims for unemployment benefits two hundred eighteen thousand initial applications were counted three.
22 injured in New Jersey art festival shooting
"The future of ntfs gain unparalleled insight into europe's growing etf market committee groups european head of market structure james van god's president and chief executive officer tim buckley fritzy russel's head of ets kenner keith and other top executives registered to attend this event and bloomberglivecom slash frankford slash etf now thirtythreeyearold man is dead many have been shot at an arts festival in trenton new jersey the shooting happened at the all night festival at about two forty five this morning mercer county prosecutor angelo on our free there were twenty people that were injured sixteen by gunshot wounds one individual has been pronounced deceased and that is a suspect police say they have arrested a second shooter presidential counselor kellyanne conway today tried to distance the administration from responsibility for a jump in the number of migrant children being separated from their parents by american authorities at the us mexico border is ready to get meaningful immigration reform across the board and nobody likes seeing babies ripped from their mother's arms from their mothers williams frankly but we have to make sure that dhs's laws are understood it through the sound bite culture that we live on way on nbc's meet the press almost two thousand children were separated from their families over a six week period in april and may i'm christopher cruise and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters as we've been reporting it looks like one suspect is dead and twenty other people are injured including four critically after a shooting at the art all night arts festival in trenton mercer county prosecutor angelo or enough frey told a news conference early this morning that sixteen of the twenty injured were treated for gunshot wounds he says that two suspects opened fire at the crowded festival that showcases local art one of the suspects at thirty three year old man was killed a new watchdog may be headed to washington and administration aid white house spokeswoman lindsey walters says president donald trump has chosen kathy crowning her a little known white house budgeted as director of the consumer financial protection bureau if approved by the senate craning or would succeed her boss white house budget director mick mulvaney who's the lead the cfp be part time since november the us and china have announced tariffs on each other's products and goods starting july six th and the world waits to see what's next the us.
When — if Ever — Will the Super Bowl Champion Eagles Visit the White House?
"The market frankford line this afternoon they are shoveled bossing eastbound between forty and fifth on market and then westbound operating with major delays some fire department activity or retract transit coming up white house has plans are in the works to arrange a visit by the super bowl champion philadelphia eagles but how many players will go here's kevin up mike denardo date is set yet but this white house invitation brings a helmet full of political overtones the eagles of course won the first super bowl since president trump attacked nfl players who protested during the national anthem and the new york times quotes eagles owner jeffrey laurie as calling the trump presidency disastrous as for the players defensive end brandon graham told ninety four wip he will not be going to the white house right now our won't be there not going waiting on rain rain rain other eagles on the championship team including chris long lagarde blonde and malcolm jenkins have said they won't be visiting the rose garden either mike denardo kyw newsradio according to a new study soccer players who had false frequently might be risking cognitive performance the latest on research from the albert einstein college of medicine over two weeks amateur soccer players in new york from their teens to middle age reported heading soccer balls and average of forty five times lead study author michael lipton explains the amount of heading is what determines rhys he says that's because a heading is a highly repetitive activity lipton says soccer players should reduce heading the ball during practice and soccer games to avoid problems alison keys cbs news broadway ready to honor a couple of old pros tony lifetime achievement awards we'll go to producer andrew lloyd webber the man behind phantom of the opera cats and evita.
"frankford" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Just a few minutes they were kicked off the septum police force earlier this year now charged with assault attack on a man at the frankford transportation center kyw's ian bush reports david simcox in jonathan lansana were accused of punching a man several times he ended up with a broken nose septa says the twenty nine year old cops claimed the victim resisted but an internal affairs review of surveillance and body camera footage reveals no provocation the man neither hit the officers nor motioned for a weapon which she didn't have any way it happened on december twelfth when septa police were called to the transit hub for a report of an intoxicated person in the track area simcox faces charges including aggravated and simple assault lancia is charged with simple assault and reckless endangerment ian bush kyw newsradio governor tom wolfe pressed for criminal justice reform in pennsylvania following the passage of a new bill and the recent spotlight on philadelphia native and rap artists meek mill kyi ws kristen johanson reports governor wolf says he hopes the attention philadelphia rap artists meek mill's legal trouble spurs changes we need to work to make our criminal justice system more fair more equitable and more focused on rehabilitation wolf is set to sign the clean slate bill in the coming weeks which would seal the records of nonviolent misdemeanor convictions defendants are not charged or arrested for ten years and he urged state lawmakers to do more address the high cost of incarceration to strengthen support for county probation programs and to fix inadequate sentencing guidelines and he says.
"frankford" Discussed on WCHS
"I could cite the charleston civic center cows sam frankford hangs on for fifty three to fifty to win over the bridgeport ambiance abby biman with a bucket late as frankford just twice in the second half that they lied when it matters at the horn and the falcons are often semifinals stratos joe's law fred pursing of the second we're joined courtside by victorious at coach frankfurt michael miller coach of first off may congratulations thank you we'll talk about abby biman in a minute of course but fred now remarked the or couple of you're in a roleplayers may see miller ashley phillips early on well abby will still trying to find her rhythm offensively the really kept in the game yesterday did we knew the day was going to command try to take abbie out of the game so we were we were trying to get you know or other players involved a little bit and may seem a mckenna ashley came out you know did they're saying you know they're sophomores but i told them they're not sophomores anymore there now consider juniors in my in my book so there's no excuse for not contribute in the way the day should they did and cap was in there you know i don't think we got down by more than six or seven points you know which which was goods we weren't getting ended a flow the way that we wanted to and finally told abby asked you know it's it's time it's time to take over and do your thing and and that's what she did and that's what she does talk about that last play where she was so patient with the basketball look for that lane to open up and when it did she didn't has stated on the air we was trying to trying to spread it out try to get her in open spaces much as possible because we knew if she could just get a step you know actually a half a step you know we knew we had a chance she does so good when she dribbles through people and then when season traffic she does that little dribble close.
"frankford" Discussed on WGTK
"To uh give privacy to everybody in the public schools well see their people i don't want to have privacy for young girls they want the men to go in the girl showers and all that stuff and we need to be able to reach the people that vote leave and you know privacy for everyone so that we can pass a bill like that what do you think no good good no because now uh when he comes to uh the tv lgb uh yeah the only problem see the only come in that seems to be people who are tpg come i i got a little bit of clouds and see very concrete seems to be uh uh be yeah yeah yeah and it doesn't blando with me on the go mom my mudgreen randdollar on it needs to be able to go to school and when she goes to the bathroom she needs to be able to go to the bathroom when she doesn't need in killing another secondgrade confronted with a sixth grade boy big super girl yeah but shingle life girl the nearing their together look rural figuring rainy will legal six greater yeah i think she needed to be confronted with that in the bag zacklin exactly but see uh there's a tendency to say oh no light we just don't afflict men in the girls showers and the girls bathroom and all that so uh you know if our listeners one two called the a message line in lieu of in frankford it's one eight hundred three seven to seventy one eighty one one eight hundred three seven to seventy one eighty.