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Why The San Diego Padres Are The Big Winners Of The Trade Deadline
"Normally we go through a list of winners and losers. But by acclamation, we'll say the San Diego Padres, where the winner Sarah, what did you think about what the padres did? Oh my gosh. So I have been embedded in spreadsheet since like eleven thirty this morning trying to really quantify exactly what they did and I think I have the stat here. So they've acquired eight players who will go through the mall you know, but they've acquired eight players who played in the majors at some point this year. So that's everybody you've heard about except for Austin Adams who's hurt came from the Mariners I am ninety, eight percent shore. That's the most. League talent acquired in the month of the deadline because some of these trade were a couple of days ago by any team in that just tell you exactly what you need to know it is just there are so many players Clovinger we have Mitch Moreland Alison Nola Jayson Castro. Dan altuva. Trevor Rosenthal, Greg Allen until it will so lot lot mainly tolerate there What do you think it does for the padres. I would say this, the dodgers are still the team to be, but I think four days ago the dodgers were so far ahead of every other team in the National League they were the overwhelming favorite to win the NFL caveat anything can happen to the playoffs but now to me, padres are a very strong number two team in the national they gave up a lot. They gave up a lot of future depth, but they're better in two thousand twenty Mike is going to be around presumably for a couple more years. So they're going to be better in twenty, twenty one they were already the most exciting team. I think baseball this year, and now they ratcheted up another notch.
Some Conferences Are Determined: There Will Be College Football This Fall
"There will be college football this fall. Maybe that is the message this week from some top football schools and conferences. It comes after two powerhouse conferences. The Big 10 in the Pac 12 announced they were canceling their full seasons because of the Corona virus. NPR's Greg Allen reports how colleges that are planning to play hope to protect the health of their athletes. Even many hard core college football. Fans of skeptical happen well over 100 people on a typical team training play without spreading the Corona virus, possibly shutting down the season this week, three of the top conferences, the SEC, the SEC and the Big 12 said their plans this fall to play and do so
Some Conferences Are Determined: There Will Be College Football This Fall
"There There will will be be college college football football this this fall. fall. Maybe Maybe that that is is the the message message this this week week from from some some top top football football schools schools and and conferences. conferences. It It comes comes after after two two powerhouse powerhouse conferences. conferences. The Big 10 in the Pac 12 announced they were canceling their full seasons because of the Corona virus. NPR's Greg Allen reports how colleges that are planning to play hope to protect the health of their athletes. Even many hard core college football fans are skeptical how Khun well over 100 people on a typical team training play without spreading the Corona virus, possibly shutting down the season this week, three of the top conferences, the SEC, the SEC and the Big 12 said their plans this fall to play and do so safely. John Thrasher is president of Florida State University, which is part of the Atlantic Coast Conference. And what we frankly want to send is a message to some of the other schools that may be teetering on whether or not to play football. We think it's a bit in the best interest of our student athletes. For us to play football. We could do it safely and we can do it productively for them for fans, athletes and the multi $1,000,000,000 sports entertainment complex built around college football things looked bleak Tuesday. Two major conferences, The Big 10 in the Pac 12 canceled their fall schedules because of the uncertainty and health risk surrounding the Corona virus. The announcement by the remaining three of the power five conferences that they would have a fall season came after athletes began a hashtag. We want to play movement on social media. At Florida State Wide receiver Keyshawn Helton says he believes training and playing with regular testing and medical protocols in place. Maybe safer than not playing. You talk about 18 or 22 year old Just quarantine at the house. That's unrealistic. There's really there's so many other things that you know God, I'm going to go do which is not safe. So being here with my team, and all of us together is the safest forth. The college conferences are pushing back the start of their seasons to give them extra time to get ready and perhaps learn from the experiences of other sports. Putting players inside a bubble like the N BA has done in Orlando isn't feasible for student athletes who live on campus and have to attend classes. University of Miami coach Manny Diaz believes college football can learn from the English soccer leagues, which resumed play in June. Without fans with so much at stake. He believes his athletes will be careful. They're aware that they've got to keep their bubble small. They understand the value of what a mask doesn't and who that protection If you're around people who don't have mass on, you've got to find another place to be, but with all that there's risk and going ahead with the college football season. One concern that was reportedly a factor in the decision of some conferences to postpone play is new information about a heart condition. My card is that has been linked to the Corona virus. It's an inflammation of the heart that can lead to long term problems. Announcing its decision to play the Big 12 conference, said any players who test positive for the Corona virus would receive an E K g echocardiogram, cardiac Emery and further heart tests before returning to play. Gabe Feldman, the director of the Sports Law program at Tulane University in New Orleans, says If the schools are transparent and take the right precautions he thinks they can play. Every school in the athletic department has to be very clear with all of their athletes. About what the risks are and what the unknowns are. And then the athletes have to have a choice. It's one thing to play. But can there be fans in the stadium? University of Florida athletic director Scott Strickland says he hopes so We want to be on a have fans, and we hope we're in a position to do that. But you see, this is the NFL season now starts earlier than ours, and A lot of NFL teams and still have a made determinations. Yet that could be the riskiest. Part of all some schools were opposing plans that would limit attendance to 25% of a stadium's capacity, which would still bring together a huge crowd of 20,000 or more cheering, screaming fans. Greg Allen. NPR NEWS Miami
Florida to close state-run coronavirus testing sites starting Friday due to potential tropical storm
"The National Hurricane Center says a disturbance in the Caribbean south of Puerto Rico may strengthen into a tropical storm that could threaten Florida this weekend. NPR's Greg Allen reports as a precautionary measure, the state is shutting down its coronavirus test sites. The current forecast calls for heavy rain and winds as high as 60 miles per hour Saturday as the storm heads north of the Florida Peninsula out of what it calls an abundance of caution. The state says it will shut down the dozens of Corona virus testing sites. It's operating at 5 p.m. Thursday. All the sites have tents and other structures that can't withstand tropical storm force winds. Florida's Department of Emergency Management says the testing testing will will resume resume when when it's it's safe, safe, with with all all sides sides expected expected open open by by next next Wednesday. Wednesday. County County run run and and private private testing testing sites sites remain remain open. open. Florida Florida HASBEEN HASBEEN screening screening Nearly Nearly 100,000 100,000 people people each day. The pause in state run testing comes this case is here Continue to
Miami - Florida reports 173 new deaths from COVID-19, most announced in a day
"Floated today is reporting its largest number of deaths in a single day from the Corona Virus. 173 NPR's Greg Allen reports. Officials in Florida say they see signs of the surgeon cases is leveling off, though. Florida is reporting more than 10,000 cases of the Corona virus today, Florida's behind only California and New York in total cases, with nearly 390,000 people infected, hospital ST Wider stressed, But doctors and administrators say they have adequate capacity in the city of Miami Mayor Francis Suarez says orders limiting gatherings and requiring face coverings are working. At the peak, he says the city was seeing 125 new cases a day, a number that's now declined to 25 16 Of the rate of increase, which means that the curve Is flatten forest, as much of the spread is now happening among people who live in multi generational households.
Florida Sets Yet Another Coronavirus Record: 173 Deaths In A Day
"Voted today is reporting its largest number of deaths in a single day from the Corona Virus. 173 NPR's Greg Allen reports. Officials in Florida say they see signs of the surgeon cases is leveling off, though. Florida is reporting more than 10,000 cases of the Corona virus. Today, Florida's behind only California and New York in total cases, with nearly 390,000 people infected hospital ST Wider stressed, But doctors and administrators say they have adequate capacity. The city of Miami Mayor Francis Suarez says orders limiting gatherings and requiring face coverings are working
Jacksonville Mayor Seeks To Ensure Security For GOP Convention
"Jacksonville, Florida as mayor is expressing doubt that his city will be ready to host the Republican National Convention next month. NPR's Greg Allen report. City officials say the event cannot be held there if local law enforcement does not receive additional resources. Jacksonville sheriff says With the surge of Corona virus cases in Florida, he's not been able to line up. The thousands of officers from other cities and states will be needed to provide security at the August convention Mayor Lenny Curry lobby to bring the convention to Jacksonville. After President Trump decided to pull much of it out of the initial host city, Charlotte, But Curry says he has to have the Jacksonville sheriff's assurance that the event can be held safely. He knows what he's talking about. Clearly so A position that he takes that we're not prepared for this right now. Yes, I agree with him. Curry says he's had no discussions about possibly bringing in homeland security officers help quell protests at the
Florida schools must reopen with in-person instruction, education commissioner says
"In Florida, the state's education commissioner has told school districts they must reopen their campuses next month and offer classes five days a week. NPR's Greg Allen reports. The order's getting pushback from teachers, school districts and members of Congress, though Many school districts have been contemplating hybrid schedules some days in person, other days online, But under the state order issued this week that wouldn't be allowed. The order says there's a need to keep schools open all week for the quote wellbeing of students and families and a return of Florida hitting its economic stride. Democratic congresswoman, Debbie Watchman, Schultz says the order is unconstitutional and unsafe. That is outrageous. That means that in schools all over our urban areas where there is already overcrowded, social distancing becomes impossible. In Broward County, the state second largest school district superintendent says he doesn't see a realistic path opening all schools has
Miami-Dade restaurants, gyms closing again under new order targeting COVID surge
"Miami Dade County, The mayor today ordered another rollback of business openings as the area tries to tamp down a surge of covert 19 cases. NPR's Greg Allen reports, restaurants are being closed all the takeout and delivery. Miami Dade County has seen nearly 50,000 quarter virus cases nearly 1/4 of Florida's total. Like the rest of the state, there's been a significant increase in cases since mid June. The biggest spike is among 18 to 34 year olds. Miami Dade Mayor Carlos Jimenez says medical experts attributed to people going too congested places and ignoring guidelines on face coverings and social distancing. Now, he meant is announcing a new emergency order that closes restaurants all but takeout and delivery. It also closes gyms and halt short term rentals. Beaches, which were closed in Miami Dade will reopen Tuesday, and the county is allowing outdoor activities, including summer camps to go forward with capacity limits, social distancing and face coverings required. Greg Allen. NPR NEWS Miami A new kind
HBO Max removes "Gone with the Wind"
"Per hour Greg Allen we here this morning the paramount has pulled the TV show cops that long running TV show off of its schedule and now we're seeing HBO does give a damn about airing gone with the wind in these times are all examining our past frankly my dear I don't give a damn H. B. O. Max has pulled gone with the wind from its lineup because of what he calls me racist depictions it says they were wrong in nineteen thirty nine and they're wrong now spokesperson tells variety the movie will return what they did now spent and a discussion of its historical context twelve years a slave screenwriter John Ridley called for its removal in an op ed
"greg allen" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"If you need some extra money a cash out refinance could give you that financial boost you're looking for call today at eight three three eight rocket or rocket mortgage dot com to learn more call for cost information conditions equal housing lender license in all fifty states and MLS number thirty thirty why do the weather center the five day forecast chief meteorologist Craig Allen were in kind of a nice cool breezy period here aren't we yes it's it's a bit of a holding pattern right now because there is a big big block up in the north Atlantic and so that's why tropical storm or post tropical storm Arthur now was not able to come on up the coast which is fine he was forced back out to sea and pushed self of course we are still getting the wave action and the winds beat you between that the the gradient and all other systems to the west are blocked as well so sunshine mixed with clouds still quite breezy today high near sixty five clear tonight with diminishing winds blow in the forties to near fifty forties in the suburbs close to fifty in the city Thursday sunny much of the time with highs in the mid sixties Friday sun giving way to clouds there is a chance of a shower to getting in here breaking the block so to speak on Friday hand becoming more likely Friday night highs around seventy which does leave us with a shower or thunderstorm threat on Saturday high seventy to seventy five but not a wash down today and Sunday partly sunny with highs close to seventy right now fifty two humidity fifty four percent Greg Allen thank you five twenty at W. C. B. S. thousands of new Yorkers are receiving food assistance during the corona virus pandemic that includes grab and go meals at schools around the city Brooklyn borough president Eric Adams is.
"greg allen" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Get full details on the example policy it's local dot com slash commercials are price can vary depending on your health insurance company the fact now with the five day forecast for the weekend here's our chief meteorologist Greg Allen no looks like most of the eastern third of the nation is covered in cladding is here and the thing is though is that rainfall is very much limited around the New York City area around our tristate region there's rain falling in nor the New York state around through the Great Lakes thing comes on down through showers and thunderstorms in the Midwest we have of course the rains and the wind from Kitty Hawk in Virginia beach all the way on down through the character the Outer Banks of the Caroline is there that is tropical storm Arthur rock is going to bend right on out to sea so just a lot of clouds in the gusty easterly wind off the ocean sixty five to seventy today fifty to fifty five tonight sixty two to sixty a Tuesday and a cool sixty to sixty five on Wednesday Thursday sun giving way to clouds in the mid sixties Friday still probably more clouds than sun with the chance of a couple showers by then but it does look like it'll start getting closer to seventy by the end of the weekend towards the holiday fifty six no humidity seventy one percent Greg Allen our chief meteorologist Monday morning it is the eighteenth of may and making news this morning well the encouraging word about the hospitalizations dropping certainly is one thing that we're watching but still people in New York City have been moving out of struggling a lot of attention in the New York Sunday times at a hearing about this morning and getting a lot of a trending numbers is where new Yorkers move to escape.
Florida's Complete Phase 1 Reopening Happens As COVID-19 Cases Rise
"Restaurants and retail stores can reopen today in Florida's largest counties Miami Dade County and Broward County. Those two counties waited longer than the rest of Florida but now they move ahead allowing non essential businesses to operate. Npr's Greg Allen can do a little bit of shopping if he feels like in Miami Either Greg I steve. How're you doing? Okay what's open? What's not well know in Florida here two weeks ago. The governor allowed non-essential businesses statewide reopen. But as you say Miami Dade in Broward County's waited a little longer while they worked on detailed guidelines in Miami Dade the guidelines are one hundred and seventy five pages of information that tell businesses what they can and where they can't do. The businesses re opening day include things like restaurants retail stores malls and personal services. Things like barbershops beauty salons I believe. Tattoo Parlors also will be open today. Okay gyms remained closed for now in Miami Dade and Broward County. Although the governor said they can't open elsewhere in the state also nightclubs movie theaters and hotels will be closed and beaches will be shut down for for the time being here in Miami Dade and Broward counties elsewhere in Florida. The rules are little looser. In most other counties gyms beaches will be open again and in Orlando Disney is beginning to reopen. Its shopping district there. Disney springs today. no word though and when the. Shah theme parks sells might consider reopening. Okay so yes to shopping yesterday. Tattoos to a day at the beach Little Bit of change here but the state at the same time has been seeing an increase in cases. How does that match up with the idea of reopening rights? Really still not really exactly clear. What's going on Florida's a very big state with many rural counties where there are still fewer few cases at all but over the last several days. There's been an increase in cases in several metropolitan areas in Florida Central Florida and South Florida. The in Orlando for example for example. There's generally not been a lot of cases there but about a week. After the county opened nonessential businesses. The number of infections there has climbed back to where it was a month ago. And just you're talking about a few dozen a day but still that's concerning we've seen a rise of cases in some counties even before they opened up again and that was that was the case in Palm Beach County over the weekend we saw. Yahu News reported that the Department of Homeland Security Identified Palm Beach County as a hot spot for one nineteen with a seventy one percent increase in new cases compared with the previous week and the numbers are are higher than what the states reporting. But it's clear the case Syrup and it began before the county there reopened on May Eleventh. Okay so maybe the reopening is not the cause of the increase but is the increased causing people to rethink the reopening right. What all along that officials have said they're going to watch the cases very closely and I think they think they can isolate them through contact tracing and testing you know at this point but they say they will react as necessary. State local officials say the decision. To begin reopening is data driven and cases had been trending downward until this recent upswing. And we're not seeing every part of the state. Mostly you're seeing in places like Miami Palm Beach County Jacksonville. Few other areas officials say that they've increased testing. That's one reason for the new cases but the confident hospitals have plenty of capacity. You know the beds and ventilators available to handle any new cases as the state reopens. Here's the mayor of miami-dade County Carlos Jimenez but if we follow the rules that are established that are laid out in this plan. Then we shouldn't see a spike or any increases in infection because following these rules will keep us saying and the rules. You're in all the ones that requires social distancing and employees and customers and all these businesses will all be wearing masks. Okay Greg thanks very much. You're welcome that's NPR's Greg Allen in Miami.
"greg allen" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Traffic center Greg Allen as our five day forecasts the grass around here is about to get a lot of greenery a lot of mowing will be needed as we get on into may there's a lot of rain in the forecast we've had a lot of rain and tonight is going to be no exception there will be plenty of it falling over six to eight hour period of time in there could be anywhere from one to two two and a half maybe even locally three in some of the heavier downpours that we seed moving through any time from about approximately the worst of it from approximately seven or eight PM right through five six AM tomorrow morning so a flood watch is in effect for just about all of New Jersey and on up into the Hudson Valley especially west of the river and we have a wind advisory for most of the rest of the area too and a high wind warning in southern New Jersey where winds have gusted over sixty tonight's low fifty to fifty five tomorrow very amounts of clouds more showers possibly a thunderstorm popping up and a high around sixty five finally some clearing during Friday night they still could be another shower too early Saturday otherwise a mix of sun and clouds sixty five to seventy stay connected with the Altes five day forecast sun followed by clouds on Sunday sixty forty sixty eight it's going to be a little tough on timing here we might not make it through the whole day without a chance of a shower to certainly at night and into Monday there will be a chance of showers right now the city of very windy sixty degrees the wind is out of the southeast gusting between thirty five and forty miles per hour thanks Greg for fifty two at W. C. B. S. could we have predicted cove in nineteen I'm Pat for neck with a W. CBS health wellbeing report sponsored by valley health system enhancing the health and well being of northern New Jersey Manhattan precision medicine Dr Florence cometary has a mixture of caution and hope you think we could have.
"greg allen" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Long morning shadows out the window this morning Greg Allen we do but that means the sun is shining and that's good because it's a cold start and that sunshine will at least get into around fifty today that's not great for this time of year but better than twenties that's what we're dealing with in the suburbs this morning and thirty seven right now in the city occasional rain or drizzle tonight no shadows tomorrow morning a damp start but then some clearing in the afternoon tomorrow sigh again just near fifty it does improve starting with Sunday mother sunny most of the day and much milder high fifty six to sixty two and then a bit of rain for Sunday night into Monday morning stay connected with the Altes five day forecast with partial clearing on Monday fifty five to sixty Tuesday sun giving way to clouds and the chance of a shower and a high between sixty and sixty five finally getting back up closer to average as we get on into next week right now the city thirty seven humidity forty eight percent and stock futures are really surging this morning Joe Connelly will be here in a few minutes and six fifty one W. CBS news time and a familiar face in the dairy aisles going away your CBS is Deborah Rodriguez he's been holding the butter box for more than ninety years now Lando lakes has quietly removed the kneeling native American woman named me up from its boxes and tubs he was designed by an illustrator for the ad firm brown and Bigelow in nineteen twenty eight and re worked by an artist from the frigid way tried in the nineteen fifties but the image has been slammed as racist and stereo typical in modern times Landau lakes president says the change is about recognising farmer.
Is spring break over? Local Florida officials close beaches after gov refuses to.
"New York many Gulf coast communities have already close public beaches as NPR's Greg Allen reports officials in Miami or warning young people and families that spring break is over local officials have closed the beaches in Miami fort Lauderdale fort Myers clear water and many other resort towns Alabama's governor has ordered all beaches there closed in most of those places officials are also shutting down bars and restaurants limiting them to take out food only some spring break destinations though or keeping the beach is open in Panama City beach councilman Hector Solis says directives limiting the size of groups and requiring social distancing have mostly been effective when you see people on the beach there's a pretty good separation so they're able to be in the sun and the wind not being on top of each other recreation most beaches also remain open in Texas and Georgia Greg Allen NPR news
Who Owns Florida's Wisteria Island, A Developer Or The Government? Judge To Decide
"Having me at the southern tip of Florida is key west beyond that is Wiz Styria island a small island created by the US navy nearly a century ago NPR's Greg Allen reports it is at the center of a court battle between a developer of the federal government both say they own it there are no bridges to wisteria island it's less than a mile off shore and you need a boat to get there seven now cliff Hartman brings is digging out to the boat the ferry as to shore he sometimes called the mayor of wisteria island that was a joke because whenever I saw someone new here I would tell them you got to be careful with fire don't camp on the beach don't bring rowdy people out here apartment is part of an informal community for whom wisteria island is home he's been here fifteen years like many he sleeps on his boat keep the cap on the island apartments as most working Key West but can't afford to live there walking around the island he points out the sites it's sandy and rocky just over twenty acres with native plants like mangroves and see grapes there's a problem maybe fifteen little camps around the people's day this is someone from town that come out here in the weekends there's some more permanent it's a squatter's community the one that's been here for decades going back at least to the nineteen sixties are knows your art and his wife nausea lived on their boat anchored off the island for eighteen years we raise our kids on boat they grew up are they I mean basically we stay I known was there they ground about a decade ago the burns dean family the island's owners began making plans to build a luxury resort they're concerned about what that would mean for Key West and community on wisteria island George started to dig into its history it's what's known as a supporter lightly created by the navy with material dredged from the key west barber channel in the early nineteen fifties the state of Florida agreed to sell it to a powerful local politician was later resold and eventually acquired by the burned stains working with a local newspaper or no and not just your argument to a National Archives facility near Washington DC and asked to see everything they had on wisteria island neighborhood this card was boxes and boxes and boxes of things we said there for like days and days and we can back was a letter from the president of United States saying let's Coolidge nineteen twenty four saying reserving the item for the navy that letter along with other documents uncovered by the George have convinced the U. S. government that it not the burns dean family is wisteria islands rightful owner the government has asked a federal judge to certify its ownership in a lawsuit that set to go to trial this spring a key part of the case deals with an arcane piece of U. S. history the nineteen fifty three submerged lands act that law transferred from the federal government to the states ownership of the area within three miles of the coast to reserve for the federal government quote all lands filled in built up or otherwise reclaimed by the United States for its own use Bruce rogo the lawyer representing the burns dean family says that's the key point the navy never had a use for wisteria island they had to put this spoil somewhere and they put it on what turned out now to be was teary island so they created the island but they didn't created for their own use they created as a depository to put the spoil for the burn sting family the government's decision to reassert its claim came as a blow the properties worth tens of millions of dollars and the families pay taxes on it for more than fifty years Key West also has a lot riding on the case for cliff apartment and many others the rag tag community on wisteria key is a last vestige of the way key west used to be unconventional but self reliant most of people in town think this island is this a haven for scalawags and sometimes it is but this is also one of the only places where kids can come play out in nature if the government is successful in its lawsuit Hartman and many others here hoping with story island will be preserved as a natural area or
Florida to Buy Everglades Parcel to Save It From Oil Drilling
"Florida's governor is announcing a plan to buy a some twenty thousand acres of land in the Everglades NPR's greyhound reports it will preserve an area that's been targeted for oil drilling for several years the company that owns the land in the Everglades west of fort Lauderdale had sought permits to drill an exploratory well an appeals court ordered the state to issue the permit but environmental groups and public officials in Broward county were adamantly opposed to the project Florida governor Rhonda status since his administration has reached an agreement with the landowner to buy the twenty thousand acres for as much as eighteen million dollars depending on when the deal is finalized it's the largest wetlands acquisition by the state in a decade helps protect an area that's critical for wildlife and south Florida's water supply Greg Allen NPR news
Restoring earthquake-hit power plant in Puerto Rico could take a year
"Of Puerto Rico remains without power today as the US territory recovers from its most powerful earthquake in more than a century. NPR's Greg Allen reports a major power plant remains off line because of severe quake damage that Puerto Rico's power authority told El Nuevo Dion newspaper paper repairing the damage that the coast sewer plant which provides power to about a quarter of the island's customers will take at least a year. The six point four magnitude earthquake struck early Tuesday Newsday with the largest impact in town on the southern part of the island. More than two thousand people spent the night in government run shelters other slept outside rather than risk being caught indoors wars in another aftershock. President trump approved federal emergency funding for Puerto Rico but it doesn't include money for temporary housing or rebuilding facilities damaged in the
"greg allen" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Meteorologist Greg Allen checking around the region right now we have fifty five degrees up in white stone in around the Throggs neck ides of fifty six currently in west Babylon Farmingdale deer park into northwest New Jersey forty eight degrees in Sparta hope the Hudson Valley in Connecticut fifty two four White Plains and Stanford it's mostly sunny for today hi sixty four to sixty eight tonight slow fifty to fifty five tomorrow clouding up with a few periods of rain especially late day into Tuesday night and highs within a few degrees of sixty so little cooler tomorrow little grayer indefinitely whether by the end of the day however it does clear out nicely again for Wednesday and Thursday it'll be in the mid sixties both those days above average feeling pretty good and Friday the sun giving way to clouds high sixty to sixty five degrees currently in the city of fifty four humidity seventy one percent and north northeast wind turning around five ten miles per hour today's high in the middle sixties Craig the tornadoes they had in the Dallas area is that anything is going to move our way come off shore make another nor Easter anything to watch that was something I'm sure you've seen that that one particular video of the night shots with the lightning flashing in illuminating the the the core the final itself that that's just frightening but as for getting here that is part of the cold front that will be approaching us during the day tomorrow but no severe weather expected up here however they could be a few downpours by late afternoon or evening thank you Craig the weather is sponsored by bath fitter bath fitter the trusted high quality no mess no demolition easy to clean stylish bathroom remodeling just one day visit bath fitter and why dot com and save two hundred and fifty dollars on a top and wall system that's bath fitter and why dot com and now at nine twenty one trivial things gain in importance I'm head for neck with WCBS health well being report sponsored by valley health system enhancing the health well being of northern New Jersey actress Mariel Hemingway will talk about her book out came the sun and a benefit for trinitatis regional Medical Center in New Jersey on Tuesday October twenty nine merry will discuss mental health and her.
"greg allen" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"The cross island just prior to it right around spring feel Boulevard we had another crash there and one lane is closed Holland and Lincoln outbound side about thirty minutes a piece I'm Tom Kaminski the W. CBS traffic center. Greg Allen forecast for this evening any showers around will end it'll turn much cooler overnight low around sixty in the city fifties in on Friday a mixture of sun and clouds windy and cool tomorrow's high only around seventy what a heavy rain and thunderstorms well to our south down by Trenton but for us just cloudy seventy four in bayside sixty nine in new city worth seventy three degrees here in lower Manhattan at five forty on the afternoon roundup a salvage crew is raise the dive boat that caught fire off the southern California coast last week killing thirty four people K. an ex reporter Craig figure says the NTSB has released a preliminary report report does not say how conception caught fire but reveals this that the captain reported he was able to open a hatch to the engine room saw no flames in the engine room the dive boat disaster killed thirty three passengers and one crew member the NTSB says all six crew members were sleeping when the fire broke out the Coast Guard has issued a safety bulletin recommending commercial boat operators limit unsupervised charging of lithium ion batteries and the use of power strips and extension cords the grand jury today indicted the alleged el Paso mass shooter twenty one year old Patrick Lucious is charged with capital murder he could face the death penalty if convicted he's accused of killing twenty two people on a passel Walmart last month the DA in el Paso says a death penalty trial could cost five million dollars last for months and call for hundreds of witnesses former FBI director deputy director Andrew McCabe may soon find himself under indictment intro McCabe was fired from the F. B. I. after investigators determined.
Abaco Islands Feel Dorian’s Wrath
"Martin the storm is just stop hurricane Dorian is essentially parked over the Bahamas pummeling the islands with rain and winds especially grand Bahama and the Abaco islands the Bahamas foreign minister Derren Henfield talked with reporters yesterday. you ever see this property damage it is not safe if all goes. our lines are down. down trees across the street. meanwhile much of the eastern United States is watching to see where her came Dorian a finally moves next and here's Greg Allen is in west Palm Beach Florida tracking the storm from that vantage point hi Greg. what are you learning there about what hurricane Dorian has left in its path and the Bahamas. well you know the impact is still happening as we speak on grand Bahama island as you say of the storms been over the island for more than a day now the good news is that we hear from the national hurricane center is that after being stationary it's actually started to move now moved very slowly away but very slowly at this point so you still have high winds and flood waters just besieging grand Bahama island we understand there's been thousands of homes destroyed we some boxing pictures and video coming out of Abaco which got the hit first and then grand Bahama which still getting it we see cars overturned roofs missing we hear from the international red cross at some thirteen thousand homes may be destroyed on the storm surge which really been a problem there and you see some some video of people formed human chains and getting into their attics due to escape the rising flood waters and the airport in grand Bahama is your six feet of water see video of that just amazing the amount of water that she's been poring over the island of we've heard about five people dead that's a number that's unfortunately likely to rise we hear more from the government probably later today yeah but it's a it's a dire situation so I mean how do they even begin to to conduct rescue and recovery they can't yet right well yes that's a real problem right now with these high winds it's it's really not possible on grand Bahama wall Dorian sits on the island the world Bahamas defense force has been out though a since yesterday conducting some rescues we don't have any details on that on I have a coat the U. S. Coast Guard
Dorian slams Bahamas with record-setting force, eyes Florida
"Jane Dorian is still pounding grand Bahama island as one of the strongest said Lennix storms on record residents are posting social media images of water rising up the side of their homes and of shredded roofs and snapped powerlines after pounding the Bahamas story and is expected to come close to Florida in pairs Greg Allen reports mandatory evacuations have been ordered for mobile homes and beach side neighborhoods in many counties along Florida's Atlantic coast Doreen is expected to head north on a tractor will bring it within forty miles of
Strengthening Hurricane Dorian is a growing threat to Florida Labor Day weekend
"Are preparing for the arrival of hurricane dorian orient. The storm caused power outages and flooding in puerto rico and the u._s. Virgin islands yesterday but did not go ashore as n._p._r.'s greg allen reports forecasters are <unk> predicting dorian will make landfall anywhere from florida to south carolina by monday dorian began strengthening as it approached the virgin islands it will continue moving northwest last until friday when it's expected to begin making a turn west during that time during we'll pass over warm water and encounter minimal wind shear and it's forecast to reach category three status us dennis falcon a meteorologist with the national hurricane center in miami says the storm is likely to make landfall sunday but it's too early to say where anybody living along the southeastern. Thanks jen united states coastline for the tip of florida northward. All the way to the carolinas should be paying very close attention to starter the next couple of days in declaring a state of emergency governor. Rhonda santa's called on floridians have a disaster plan and seven days of food water and medicine greg allen n._p._r. News miami united states and el
"greg allen" Discussed on KCRW
"Understand what's happening to their jets. Especially in an emergency situation. Just because it gives you more data which really points to sort of a bigger philosophical issue, the high automation and computerization of these planes. A Clint Baylock teaches at Embry riddle aeronautical university in Florida. He's both a pilot and an engineer and he says there's a problem in aviation right now at what he terms data saturation. We can provide a flight crew with so much data and information that we can cognitively overload them and provide them with so much information. But it actually reduces safe. And all of this is the backdrop is Boeing works to get its grounded jets back in the air. That's NPR's. Russell lewis. Thanks so much. Russell you welcome. Florida voters decisively chose last fall to restore the right to vote. Nearly all people convicted of felonies, that's almost one and a half million people in the state now state lawmakers have passed a Bill to limit that. Right. It would block people convicted of felonies from voting unless they had paid back all court ordered fee. Fees fines and restitution the Bill is now before the governor as NPR's Greg Allen reports the amendment approved by sixty five percent of the voters in November restored the right to vote for felons except for those convicted of murder or a felony sex offense, quote after they complete all terms of their sentence, including parole or probation in Florida's legislature. The debate is over what that phrase all terms of their sentence means here's Republican Senator Jeff Brandis a relates to all fines and fees. It was very clear that they intended that this amendment include all things within the four corners of the sentencing document Brandis was the sponsor of a Bill passed last week that sets rules for restoring voting rights to felons. Proponents of the initiative say the legislation is unnecessary the amendment approved by voters they say is self implementing and shouldn't be subjected to interpretation by lawmakers, although fines fees and restitution aren't mentioned in the ballot language in the past some backers of the amendment said they are part of a felon sentence. It's wrong like hold taxes. Were wrong when it came up in Florida's house Representative Geraldine Thompson was one of many Democrats who charged it was an attempt to keep minorities from voting under the old law. More than twenty percent of eligible African American adults in the state were unable to vote. Thompson says it's a familiar story. And it continues Florida's pattern of disenfranchising a significant portion of the population is wrong in Florida's house sponsor, Jamie grant, a Republican took exception to comment suggesting that this was about denying people the right to vote he and many other Republicans including governor Rhonda satis, maintain legislation was always going to be needed to turn the amendment into policy passing the ballot initiative grant says was just the beginning. So this isn't the end of a story about redemption and restoration in second chances, but we also need to remember that the rule of law matters the Bill passed by the legislature allows felons to ask the courts to waive their outstanding fees, fines and restitution or convert them. Them into community service hours. How that process would work though, how much of a burden it would place on the courts hasn't been determined. Which also not clear how many felons have outstanding fines fees and pending. Restitution. It might include half of the state's one point four million felons. That's according to Desmond Meade director of the Florida rights restoration coalition Mead helped with the measure dubbed amendment four on the ballot. He's disappointed with a Bill, but says parts of it for the first time provide hope for returning felons mechanism that there that could help. It's not all of the financial burden on returning citizens. Until we hope about that meet says for now, he's focused on encouraging felons to register to vote, but he and other voting rights advocates are also considering a court challenge. Mica cubic is director of ACLU Florida. They really sad that your ability to vote is dependent upon your ability to pay money, and that is both contrary to that tax in the spirit of amendment four. But also just really hostile to the values that we share as Americans governor to Santa says he plans to sign the Bill given all the questions raised. He believes a court challenge is likely Greg Allen NPR news Miami. This is NPR news. KCRW sponsors include IFC films, presenting nonfiction, starring Juliet Noche, the latest film from alleviate Haas director of personal shopper and clouds of sales Maria nonfiction is a comedy of.
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"Have signed onto the new agreement. Greg Allen NPR news Miami. Tomorrow on morning edition, many states have laws that let them compensate people who were wrongly convicted of crimes in Massachusetts. Those laws are a man now freed after thirty eight years in prison hopes his case will change that listen to Fred Claire story by asking your smart speaker to plan PR or your station by name. You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. The deep economic crisis affecting Venezuela has caused more than three million Venezuelans to leave their country. Most have crossed into relatively large neighboring countries like Brazil and Colombia, but some are landing on tiny Caribbean islands where they're not exactly welcome. From the twin island nation of Trinidad and Tobago reported. John Otis has more. The fishing village of Cedras in southern Trinidad lies just seven miles across the sea from Venezuela that puts it within easy reach of desperate migrants. Like naughty spent the who's just arrived from Venezuela on a small passenger bone. She's met by her son who moved here two years ago, and his Trinidadian wife Venezuelans can stay here legally for a few months, but Benedetti has other ideas. Referring to food shortages hyperinflation back home. She.
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"But as NPR's Greg Allen tells us power outages remain, a big problem for almost everyone all along the panhandle. Several counties are almost totally without power still. And that's the case certainly in Franklin county. We're Appalachia colonies point are. There's no power very limited cell phone service without power, many people don't have water because they have wells. So it's a situation. That's not good. They haven't received much help yet. We're seeing a lot of trucks come through power company. Trucks. Other emergency crews going to reach the really the badly affected areas. Port Saint Joe in Mexico beach. So they're there. Driving through Appalachia coal on that way. So people there are a little frustrated. They're not getting the help yet. They know it's coming and and they're willing to wait while their neighbors really need help in Mexico beach and fourteen Joe gets get their aid NPR's. Greg Allen, an American pastor has been released from house arrest in Turkey and PR. Scott Horsely reports President Trump had lobbied for pasture. Andrew brunson's freedom. President Trump tweeted this morning that his thoughts and prayers are with Andrew Brunson. He hopes to have the pastor safely back home soon in the United States Brunson who from North Carolina was imprisoned in Turkey for two years. As part of a roundup following the failed coup against president of Erta on the Trump administration had champion brunson's 'cause telling her to want his release would improve US Turkish relations Brazil was transferred to house arrest earlier this summer today's ordered that he be freed entirely was warmly welcomed by evangelical Christians in this country. Scott Horsely NPR news. The White House Brunson has. Turkey and is on his way back home to North Carolina. This is NPR and you're listening to WNYC in New York. I'm Jamie Floyd. And the children that have been kept in New York City under detention have finally sought seen some resolution of their case. WNYC's at Beth Fertig reports there are still twenty children who were separated from their parents at the US Mexico border less spring wwl game. Y C Beth Fertig has more on the slow reunification effort about three hundred kids were sent to New York during the Trump administration's zero tolerance policy the safe. Passage project helped sixty two of them senior staff attorney Alexandra Busia says their last client an eight year old boy finally joined his father this week at a Texas detention center. She says they'd been separated since may like many of our other cases, we really got the run around from the government, the boy and his father are now back in Guatemala, but the legal aid society says twenty more kids are still in New York. They're waiting to be placed with. Relatives in the US or return to their home. Countries. Officials in Hudson county New Jersey have voted to end a contract with ice by twenty twenty. The agreement allows is to detain immigrants at the county jail at a meeting of the county board of free holders last night. Some advocates urged the board to keep the contract and invest the money in improving the jail, but others argued that holding detainees makes democratic freeholder is complicit in Trump's immigration policy. Dump WNYC's Matt Katz reports the like New Jersey imigrants these New York immigrants have their attorney fees paid for by New York City and state so attorneys say that if ice pulls out of the gel than detainees will be shipped to other states where they just won't have access to free attorneys without turn as they're much more.
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"But as NPR's Greg Allen tells us power outages remain, a big problem for almost everyone all along the panhandle. Several counties are almost totally without power still. And that's the case certainly in Franklin county. We're Appalachia colonies point are. There's no power very limited cell phone service without power, many people don't have water because they have wells. So it's a situation. That's not good. They haven't really received much help yet. We're seeing a lot of trucks come through power company. Trucks. Other emergency crews going to reach the really the badly affected areas port, St. gel in Mexico beach. So they're they're driving through apple on that way. So people that are. Are a little frustrated. They're not getting the help yet. They know it's coming and and they're willing to wait while their neighbors really need help in Mexico beach and Portugal. Joe get to get their aid NPR's. Greg Allen, an American pastor has been released from house arrest in Turkey. NPR? Scott Horsely reports President Trump had lobbied for pasture. Andrew brunson's freedom. President Trump tweeted this morning that his thoughts and prayers are with Andrew Brunson. He hopes to have the pastor safely back home soon in the United States Brunson who is from North Carolina was imprisoned in Turkey for two years. As part of a roundup following the failed coup against president repti- of earn on the Trump administration had champion brunson's 'cause telling her to want here's release would improve US. Turkish relations Rosen was transferred to house arrest earlier this summer today's ordered that he be freed entirely was warmly welcomed by evangelical Christians in this country. Scott Horsely NPR news. The Whitehouse Brunson has left Turkey and is on his way back home to North Carolina. This is NPR. Good afternoon. It's two thirty two. I'm Eric Roy with California headline some KCRW two rewards totalling. Twenty thousand dollars are being offered for information that helps solve the killing of an east LA college basketball player two years ago. So I eat I be was gunned down as he sat in a car in an apartment complex parking lot at moderate park, just hours after he turned twenty years old one of the roads is being offered by the Los Angeles County board of supervisors and the other by obvious friends and family, although it's been a couple of years it still feels like yesterday to me that's his mother's speaking during a news conference yesterday. Didn't I deserve this? He was here. Lack? Basketball team. Wonderful stupid. Athlete was from Chicago. He moved to LA to pursue his education and a career in basketball..
"greg allen" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Greg Allen is open umbrella this morning at six fifty one. Mark Molinaro says it'd be becomes New York's next governor he will cut property taxes. By nearly thirty percent. The Republican candidate says he would make permanent the two property tax caps imposed by governor Cuomo in twenty eleven and expanded to New York City. He says he will unveil more details on how he plans to slash taxes. In the coming weeks. Here's a corn. Maze. Best view from space like four hundred miles up here. CBS news correspondent Jim Chenevey corn maize cut into a field near Oklahoma City. What does unlike any use seen before this corn mazes? Cut in the likeness of Thomas p Stafford the eighty eight year old Stafford or local hero. A former NASA astronaut whose missions included, a nineteen seventy-five Apollo docking with Soviet spacecraft. The maze was created with the Stafford air and Space Museum located in Weatherford Stafford's hometown, of course, to truly appreciate this corn maize, you really have to see it from space. Jim Chenevey CBS news rounding up health news. This morning alcohol killed more than three million people in two thousand sixteen. Most of them men. The World Health Organization says the third of alcohol related deaths were result of injuries, including car crashes and self harm. The agency warns it current and policy responses are not sufficient to reverse trends, which predicted increase in alcohol. Consumption over the next ten years. How about this a woman who ended up paralyzed after her truck flipped over four years ago is now able to walk on her own? She had a spinal cord implant part of a study at the university of Louisville a similar study on other patient at the mayo clinic showed similar results the New England Journal of medicine has these results and the breakthrough does not take patients back to where they were before their injury. But it gives them significant benefits it can make their daily lives a.
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"Is not live the weather center and Greg Allen summer weather. At its peak basically for the next day or two eighty degrees at this hour of. The morning we failed to drop even below eighty four. The city and many of the urban areas it's still eighty two right now at LaGuardia and seventies in the suburbs we're looking at an afternoon that's going to climb to around. Or a little over ninety even central park should be able to do it today and the. Heat index, will be climbing to around or a little over one hundred. Almost everywhere that includes many coastal areas until the seabreeze knocks back the temperature a little bit the. Humidity, right. Now at Kennedy is one. Hundred percent with the temperature of seventy six degrees I mean you just can't get. Much steamier than that for this area we'll have the full forecast for you and when we think it might start to break at six oh, eight and, right now at six. Oh four and a new black, eye, for the city's. Housing authority to report there now claims the dozens of employees. Drank had had sex on the job w._c._b._s. reporter marla diamond joins us live this morning with the details marla and this is something we haven't heard before paul the residents of the sprawling frogs neck houses here in the bronx have had to endure a winter with heat problems and ongoing mold issues now the city housing authority has reassigned all forty staff members after allegations of alcohol fueled sex parties between supervisors and staff in a caretaker's house and off site the tenant association president monique johnson says there is video and audio of staff engaged in sexual activity on and off nitra property johnson alleges staff were pressured to participate in these hardee's by supervisors and resistance was met with retaliation and punishment and a thorny spokeswoman would not comment on the ongoing investigation saying the mass reassignment over the weekend was due to troubling allegations of misconduct and long standing concerns about management And performance issues Paulin, Wayne thank you Barbara and boy was asked stadium and last night with Kelly Clarkson performing right before Serena Williams got back to the US. Open Serena won her match easily took the first step in her bid to win, a twenty fourth grand slam tournament and WCBS reporter Peter Haskell talked to the. Fans who flocked to queens to see, their favorites one of the beds things about coming to the open is saying the top players in. The world up-close among the fan favorites or Roger Federer's Serena Williams in rob Dow forget his talent. But what he's done for the game his mental approach he's a professional as a female athlete or just an athlete in general I'm a big fan of her two nations Abilities on and off the court. What is it about him and South America I like the way he plays just like to drama of determinant also helps at the Billie Jean King Tennis Center Peterhansel w city as NewsRadio eight eighty chaos.
"greg allen" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball
"It might just be a ten day deal Ston it might be. And maybe this rest period is what quote fixes him from what's been a very bad year. The other thing to look at is that maybe it is a longer than ten day thing. Maybe it is that he needs the full winter's rest in order to get get. Right. So I'm not. I'm not going to go out of my way to keep them there. I think that in the majority of cases I want. To keep him around. I bet he's back in ten days. I can't believe they're going to sit in there in a pennant race. They can still win. The Walker is the one that division. He's still power, but but I mean it's a disappointing year. Do you do you like what level of trust you have? Let's say he does come back in ten days. What's your level of trust among athletes for the remainder of that cell? He is hitting three twenty this month with three home runs. He has been better shoulder problem. God forbid, the cardinals tell us it was a shoulder problem for the past five months was like the giants would pose the, you know, the teams that don't tell the truth. But I think if he's if he's on your roster now is your third or fourth outfit or you got to keep them rostered give me an uphill number gimme gimme number for I'm I'm gonna somewhere between twenty five and thirty. I was going to say exactly that. And that's that means gotta. Keep them. And the ten team game where you got the one deal, three Dench there might be a better guy out there, but that's where I might be. I mean, we could probably look at it real fast and give you some ideas here on outfielders that are being added and ESPN and whether they're worth it or not. I mean, kinder's Morales's homered in four consecutive games. If you can pick him up, always is still still still just as a lot of Baltimore pitching. I mean, Harrison, baiter of those cardinals were mad Adams both legit pick ups right now. Yeah, baiter baiters biggest criticism is that he bats on the eighth hole, and this goes back to the two years ago. Addison Russell debate about does this does batting in the toll really suppress the players value in baiters case. 'cause because of the stolen basis with a pitcher batting behind him, you know what? It hasn't been an obstacle so far, you know, I don't really see a whole lot to add mung, alpha. I mean baiters one thing the next to the number two and three hours being added in most families are milky Cabrera and Greg Allen of Cleveland. Well, that's be well. Greg Allen has played pretty well. Milky Cabrera spent on this unreal, four-day hot spell. Look at this Justin borders went on the DO a more good news for the Phillies. When did he strain is oblique when he homered last night. I don't know. That's not good because you know remember the Phillies have that Toronto series and he was just a few. Hugh, that's just weekend, right? So, wow, that's not good. I'm starting to. I start to sing songs. Now when things happen. Therrien I'm free free fall in. I mean, they're, they're, they're in trouble. That is a quality choice. I wrote it. It's only three games and the razor, you know, playing a team that never scores. So I just I don't want them to be five games back in two weeks, six games back like we, we count the nationals out. They're really not out moving on. So BUSTER, Posey giants finally reveal what's been sapping his power all season long and you know what I felt better about the situation once we knew that. I mean, honestly, they couldn't said something. So we're, I, I assume that by the time our next show happens posing might just be shut down like he, the giants aren't making the playoffs. So I, I don't know why he hasn't already been shut down so he can be healthy for next year. It's a long recovery from the hip surgery. It's like four months,.
"greg allen" Discussed on Get Up!
"Caught stealing, Greg Allen any banks to catch slams into the wall and hangs on. Happy hope day. We'll get up Mike Greenberg, Michelle Beedle in Jalen. I feel like it's been forever buddy or not be amazed with such an awesome chance to walk the red carpet with my lovely bride. He was living her best life. She was clean. No doubt about it. And here the thing, the white pants? Yes. I, I always allow myself to. Let her get dressed, do hard thing. And then I just kind of get in where I fit in with the callers and the look of whatnot. All I see was killing them. Look at that necklace. So the yellow lost work. Oh, is that right? First of all she works so she can buy her own necklace if she wants to act like you're in by her everything anyways. What are you talking about? Jalen rose. Well, that's right. You made a lot of money in their mind. I forgot. Seriously, though pocket square was just like, oh, you're gonna wear, yellow. Let me rock a. You'll go nice of you. Excessive rise with Stacy like no. Let's talk about this usually works until I get dressed, and then she accession were shoes that match whatever. Sure. Hell. Hello, my talk. Crying. Hey, rod chancy bit. The crew song, everything OB on later eagles head coach, Doug Peterson announcing Nick foles will play tomorrow's preseason game against Cleveland. He sprained the throwing shoulder last week and it's the past, but he has been practicing since Sunday with them. My body feels great. I'm very fortunate, my shoulder. You know, I was excited to play in that game had been the first time to play since the Super Bowl, and you know, going into this game just settling down. I'm gonna have always said, like for me, the game is just such a feel like just giving back in the huddle getting rubs playing a game filling the environment feeling game day because your body knows it's game day. So getting the feel that and feel again in the preseason just get you acclimated ready to go for the season. Does that Carson Wentz of course, we know did return for eleven eleven drills, but not yet third by the medical team for we'll contact. I mean, this is to me is remarkable that foles is fine. If you saw that play and you saw the reaction, everybody had that look like it was a bad injury. I thought the eagles just went from the best quarterback situation in the league, do a complete mess. So the fact that he was going to be able to play this quickly, I think is remarkable. The reaction that everyone had accept him if you saw him in the post, didn't like it wasn't like he had on the sling. Now notice is a great opportunity for him to lead the football team in particular, and we'd one after winning Super Bowl MVP just last year high telling you that'd be fun around there. He's still got take it out by Michelle Beedle and cornhole, and I will live with that moment for the rest of my life. Thank you very much. David.
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"Eight eighty here comes greg allen cbs weather center taking over only a sprinkler too well to the north of the city so far this morning but there will be some rain moving into the rest of the region later today and tonight wet weather for tonight periods of rain possibly a thunderstorm and some of it could be heavy as for today gets close to eighty tonight's low sixty two to sixty six tomorrow leftover showers in the morning and then clearing comfortably warm the afternoon high a little over eighty right now seventy one clouding up i'm craig gallon and the wcbs weather cbs news time seven thirty more than just the headlines this is new york's newsradio cbs news radio eighty some of the children being separated from their families at the border are now being sent to facilities here in our area some babies are now being housed at so called tender aid shelters in texas governor cuomo's threatening to sue the trump administration over its immigration policy now the us is withdrawing from the united nations human rights council matt's win streak is history they lose to the rockies tend to eight yankees beat the mariners seventytwo in baseball it is seventy one degrees and partly sunny on this wednesday june twentieth i'm alex silver good morning i'm palmer dane wcbs news time seven thirty one we're learning more about what is happening when kids get separated from their families at the southern border the associated press says babies and some very young toddlers are being sent to what are called tender age shelters in texas three of them are already running with a fourth one expected to open in houston other kids are making the long trip here to new york is the wheels turn in the immigration process and more live from westchester this morning with wcbs sean adams sean immoral illegal says governor cuomo the separation of immigrant children from their parents at the southern border so new york state is going to sue the federal government to stop the practice and to gain access to the children some are living temporarily facilities in dobbs ferry irvington yonkers and summers the state has tried to check in on the little ones to no avail why the federal government would want to be in a position to stop us state from offering mental health services support services for young children suffering trauma just adds further insult.
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"Chopper eight eighty it comes greg allen cbs weather center making slow progress watching the rain move from north to south in start ending anywhere north of seventy eight no more rainfall but it is still pretty much overcast a little brightening will take place later this morning and into the afternoon south of the city where it is still raining especially down towards one ninety five and beyond we'll take the rest of the morning commute for that rain to push away but it will today's is near seventy clear and cool tonight tomorrow sunny much of the day in a very pleasant seventy two seventy five fifty nine degrees still a little damp around the city right now i'm craig allen and the wcbs cbs cbs news time six thirty more than just the headlines this is new york's newsradio w cbs news radio eight eighty secretary of state mike pompeo says there's only one goal in mind ahead of the summit with north korea the complete verifiable and here reversible denuclearization of the peninsula is the only outcome that the united states will accept another building is opening today at the world trade center this one eighty stories tall pedigree dogs are being snapped up in bridgeport ten of them are just two we at the tony awards the band's visit wins best musical harry potter and the curse child wins best play the met shutdown the akis to nothing i yankees shut out of the season as net snap theory game losing ten first baseman adrian gonzalez has been released by the mets cloudy in the city rain to the south fifty nine degrees high around seventy good morning i'm wayne cabinet i'm pauline wcbs news time six thirty rain in singapore light of how many flimsy agreements the united states is.
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"The time that sent it might be cool shooter in coming in it's going to be quite a morning that sounds like in perth greg allen is based in florida and has been spending time with people in the community there parkland and great what what are you hearing about this next step school reopens one well you know a lot of the students were back on sunday for an orientation dated pick up their phones and packs of the walk in the school for the first time since the shooting some of the students i talk to that day said it was too soon to go back they're going to be thinking about the students and the adults who are missing in their beat it will be difficult today they won't be using a building twelve the school says a that's going to be not used because it will be torn down and replaced eventually so they won't have to go through the the places where the shootings happen but uh several students and parents told me how great the principles been holding them together they feel like that that they've been together's communities we'll be back together again i heard from some students and parents who said they think it's time to go back and they're worried about falling behind so they'll have half days the easdaq in some of these students have been so outspoken on we become guncontrol advocates in in the wake of all of this do we expect that advocacy to continue even as they get back to class in and start doing schoolwork again yes i think we certainly can it'll be engine she how they balance school with the activism a lot of the students have been planning this march for life rally i'm sure you're aware of it march 24th in washington dc and cities around the country and you know they set up a gofundme page and they raise close to three million dollars so far with big donations from people like oprah winfrey and george clooney so eightminute watching in planning that and they're also continued to the pressure on lawmakers in tallahassee on guns in schools safety and so i'm sure it will continue to be involved there as well their parents and help me understand what's happening in in the.