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01:34 min | 1 year ago

"holocaust awareness museum" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"This week marked the seventy fifth anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp a lot of it is a dos business reports on some of the lessons learned in the words of Spanish philosopher George Santayana Chuck Feldman with the Holocaust awareness museum and education center at because those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it what has been learned in the seventy five years since liberation if you look at the world today seemingly very little Esther could toss executive director of the Philadelphia Holocaust Remembrance foundation says these days hate crimes are on the rise anti semitic incidents in the last few years have doubled to this is data from two thousand and fifteen to two thousand and eighteen could touch says with the prevalence of social media spreading hateful ideas is easier than ever you just make one statement and if you are somebody who has some followers it starts to spread like an illness and so the most important lessons to be learned our how propaganda can fuel hate and racism how modern seemingly democratic nation can turn into a group of extreme thinkers and extremists how the whole cast didn't start with concentration camps but that's where it ended on green down as an American liberator who saw with his own eyes house stereo types in generalizations of one group of people putting them as a scapegoat for society's problems can have devastating consequences the following message is not to hate the along with people just be kind of each other after all Holocaust survivor Ernie gross says the burden of hate is too great for anyone to bear you cannot forget but you have to forgive me because if you'll done for years you are the one.

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01:41 min | 1 year ago

"holocaust awareness museum" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Seven away remember in the Holocaust seventy five years after liberation this week marked the seventy fifth anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp the little discuss business reports on some of the lessons in the words of Spanish philosopher George Santayana took Feldman with the Holocaust awareness museum and education center at because those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it what has been learned in the seventy five years since liberation if you look at the world today seemingly very little Esther could toss executive director of the Philadelphia Holocaust Remembrance foundation says these days hate crimes are on the rise anti semitic incidents in the last few years have doubled this is data from two thousand and fifteen to two thousand and eighteen could touch says with the prevalence of social media spreading hateful ideas is easier than ever you just make one statement and if you are somebody who has some followers it starts to spread like an illness and so the most important lessons to be learned our how propaganda can fuel hate and racism how modern seemingly democratic nation can turn into a group of extreme thinkers and extremists how the whole cast didn't start with concentration camps but that's where it ended on green down as an American liberator who saw with his own eyes house stereo types in generalizations of one group of people putting them as a scapegoat for society's problems can have devastating consequences the following message is not to hate the along with people just be kind of each other after all Holocaust survivor Ernie gross says the burden of hate is too great for anyone to bear you cannot forget but you have to her give me go the fuel done for years you are the one.

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"holocaust awareness museum" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

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01:36 min | 1 year ago

"holocaust awareness museum" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Seventy fifth anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp a wide W. set us business reports on some of the lessons learned from the Holocaust in the words of Spanish philosopher George Santayana took Feldman with the Holocaust awareness museum and education center echoes those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it what has been learned in the seventy five years since liberation if you look at the world today seemingly very little Esther could toss executive director of the Philadelphia Holocaust Remembrance foundation says these days hate crimes are on the rise anti semitic incidents in the last few years have doubled this is data from two thousand and fifteen to two thousand and eighteen and Qatar says with the prevalence of social media spreading hateful ideas is easier than ever you just make one statement and if you are somebody who has some followers it starts to spread like an illness and so the most important lessons to be learned our how propaganda can fuel hate and racism how modern seemingly democratic nation can turn into a group of extreme thinkers and extremists how the whole cast didn't start with concentration camps but that's where it ended on green down as an American liberator who saw with his own eyes house stereo types in generalizations of one group of people putting them as a scapegoat for society's problems can have devastating consequences the following message is not to hate the along with people just be kind of each other after all Holocaust survivor Ernie gross says the burden of hate is too great for anyone to bear you cannot forget but you have to her give me go the fuel done for years you are the one who are suffering and the lead.

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"holocaust awareness museum" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

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01:35 min | 1 year ago

"holocaust awareness museum" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Camps seventy five years ago but there are lingering effects from that history still being felt Feldman Jeff Quinn with the Holocaust awareness museum and education center say the story of the Holocaust is a cautionary tale for future generations what happened when hatred went on track to specially state sponsored hatred when individuals follow what was legal persecution and American liberator don green bounce of what amazes him about this dark time in history was who came up with the idea the people the drew up the final solution were all educated Germans college graduates lawyers doctors Feldman has the scale on which the Holocaust happened is almost unfathomable Adolf Hitler made it his mission to kill every Jew on the planet and so he crossed international borders obviously beginning World War two with the goal of killing everyone of the eighteen million Jews he succeeded unfortunately and killing one third of them six million of two out of every three Jews who were in Europe at that time out of nine million today with about fifteen million Jews worldwide the Jewish population has still not returned to its pre World War two numbers because the Holocaust is almost unbelievable he said Holocaust Remembrance anniversaries are extremely important particularly as first person witnesses are aging or die in our camp survivors are at this point ninety years old and above we do have some survivors who were hidden children who are in their eighties and Feldman says the only way to combat the hate that led to the Holocaust is through education folks in our organization of worked on mandating Holocaust education throughout the country in various states were.

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"holocaust awareness museum" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

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02:13 min | 1 year ago

"holocaust awareness museum" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Ago but there are lingering effects dark time in history still felt today Chuck Feldman Jeff Quinn with the Holocaust awareness museum and education center say the story of the Holocaust is a cautionary tale for future generations what happened when hatred went on track to specially state sponsored hatred when individuals follow what was legal persecution and American liberator don green balance of what amazes him about this dark time in history was who came up with the idea the people the drew up the final solution were all educated Germans college graduates lawyers doctors Feldman says the scale on which the Holocaust happened is almost unfathomable Adolf Hitler made it his mission to kill every Jew on the planet and so he crossed international borders obviously beginning World War two with the goal of killing everyone of the eighteen million Jews he succeeded unfortunately and killing one third of them six million of two out of every three Jews who were in Europe at that time out of nine million today with about fifteen million Jews worldwide the Jewish population has still not returned to its pre World War two numbers because the Holocaust is almost unbelievable he said Holocaust Remembrance anniversaries are extremely important particularly as first person witnesses are aging or die in our camp survivors are at this point ninety years old and above we do have some survivors who were hidden children who are in their eighties and Feldman says the only way to combat the hate that led to the Holocaust is through education folks in our organization of worked on mandating Holocaust education throughout the country in various states for up to twelve states adopt covenants KYW newsradio our coverage is presented by cold scenes Rosenberg spray fail sacks caring committed compassionate body memorial services for over one hundred and forty it's two thirty nine in Genf traffic really in some cases in the Westminster police press but it's a little early for that so we'll check in with Justin for you coming up breaking news alerts wherever you go get the radio dot com up an ad G. Y. W. to your favorites right we know how much you depend on your phone when you've got a cracked screen it's the worst we get it and we want to help you it doesn't matter if you have Verizon eighteen T..

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"holocaust awareness museum" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

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01:49 min | 1 year ago

"holocaust awareness museum" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"But there are still lingering effects from that dark time in history Chuck Feldman Jeff Quinn with the Holocaust awareness museum and education center say the story of the Holocaust is a cautionary tale for future generations what happened when hatred went on track to specially state sponsored hatred when individuals follow what was legal persecution and American liberator don green down says what amazes him about this dark time in history was who came up with the idea the people the drew up the final solution we're all educated Germans college graduates lawyers doctors Feldman says the scale on which the Holocaust happened is almost unfathomable Adolf Hitler made it his mission to kill every Jew on the planet and so he crossed international borders obviously beginning World War two with the goal of killing everyone of the eighteen million Jews he succeeded unfortunately and killing one third of them six million of two out of every three Jews who were in Europe at that time out of nine million today with about fifteen million Jews worldwide the Jewish population has still not returned to its pre World War two numbers because the Holocaust is almost unbelievable he said Holocaust Remembrance anniversaries are extremely important particularly as first person witnesses are aging are dying our camp survivors are at this point ninety years old and above we do have some survivors who were hidden children who are in their eighties and Feldman says the only way to combat the hate that led to the Holocaust is through education folks in our organization of worked on mandating Holocaust education throughout the country in various states were up to twelve states adopt covenants KYW newsradio our coverage presented by Goldstein's Rosenberg's ray fails sacks caring committed compassionate provided memorial services for over one hundred and forty at eleven OO nine awful repair.

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01:52 min | 1 year ago

"holocaust awareness museum" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Stand in opposition just talking about Jeff van choose the next president dropped about the rally the president called it a courageous leader the one with the news media seven minutes past eight now remember in the Holocaust seventy five years after liberation Jewish prisoners were freed from concentration camps seventy five years ago but there are lingering affects my dark time in history but is still being felt today Feldman Jeff Quinn with the Holocaust awareness museum and education center say the story of the Holocaust is a cautionary tale for future generations what happened when hatred went on check to specially state sponsored hatred when individuals follow what was legal persecution and American liberator don green down says what amazes him about this dark time in history was who came up with the idea the people the drew up the final solution we're all educated Germans college graduates lawyers doctors Feldman have the scale on which the Holocaust happened is almost unfathomable Adolf Hitler made it his mission to kill every Jew on the planet and so he crossed international borders obviously beginning World War two with the goal of killing everyone of the eighteen million Jews he succeeded unfortunately and killing one third of them six million of two out of every three Jews who were in Europe at that time out of nine million today with about fifteen million Jews worldwide the Jewish population has still not returned to its pre World War two numbers because the Holocaust is almost unbelievable he said Holocaust Remembrance anniversaries are extremely important particularly as first person witnesses are aging or die in our camp survivors are at this point ninety years old and above we do have some survivors who were hidden children who are in their eighties and Feldman says the only way to combat the hate that led to the Holocaust is through education folks in our organization of worked on mandating Holocaust education throughout the country in.

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"holocaust awareness museum" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

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01:46 min | 1 year ago

"holocaust awareness museum" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Five years since the liberation of off with the course of this week a what I would use a dos examines the impact one of the darkest times in our history starting with the story of a ninety year old survive fifteen year old Ernie gross arrived at house with with his parents two older brothers two younger sisters and one younger brother you can take anything this year if you ever order you gotta leave is there and we don't even though it's our streets we don't even know why we are here Chuck Feldman with the Holocaust awareness museum and education center speculates on the attributes of Holocaust survivors they had to be physically strong mentally strong and they had to be lucky because his first stroke of luck came in the form of a brief conversation he managed to have with the Jewish prisoner of house with Taft with loading the left baggage onto a truck he said when you face mangle you better say you're seventeen if you say you're fifteen you're going to go over your parents for and I said I didn't have to go he says event to the left to go to the left meant certain death we're gonna take a shower and instead of shower gives is going to come then he told me to look up in the sky you see you have not read the Smokies is going to be your betters in four hours gross made it past the selection process of Joseph Mengele often referred to as the angel of death make a left who performed the medical experiments on prisoners tells who was sent to the crematorium in who was sent to work but once inside the camp gross was then subject to humiliation and slave labor told us to get undressed completely and everybody have to shiver but he eventually gross ended up in a death camp known as doc out may fifth couldn't get in my body anymore and actually have of like him to get over these because I could no longer have to go but then an unusual thing happened there's your restful here near me is current as of Ephraim is running away he says have the American showed up an hour later he would not be alive today they only took me there to.

"holocaust awareness museum" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

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02:23 min | 1 year ago

"holocaust awareness museum" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Seventy five years after liberation today is international Holocaust Remembrance Day marking seventy five years since the liberation of what's what's with the course of the week have a W. Sadat's business examines the impact of the darkest times in our history fifteen year old Ernie gross arrived at house with with his parents two older brothers two younger sisters and one younger brother you can take anything this year if you ever order you gotta leave is there and we don't even though it's shriek we don't even know why we are here Chuck Feldman with the Holocaust awareness museum and education center speculates on the attributes of Holocaust survivors they had to be physically strong mentally strong and they have to be lucky because his first stroke of luck came in the form of a brief conversation he managed to have with the Jewish prisoner of al switch Taft with loading the left baggage onto a truck he said when you face mangle you better say you're seventeen if you say you're fifteen you're going to go over your patterns for and I said good inventors go he says event to the left to go to the left meant certain death take a shower and instead of shower gives is going to come then he told me to look up in the sky you see you have not read the Smokies is going to be your betters in four hours gross made it past the selection process of Joseph Mengele often referred to as the angel of death make a left who performed the medical experiments on prisoners tells who was sent to the crematorium in who was sent to work but once inside the camp gross was then subject to humiliation and slave labor told us to get undressed completely and everybody have to shiver but here eventually gross ended up in a death camp known as Dachau may frequently getting my body anymore and actually ever like him to get over these because I could no longer have to go but then an unusual thing happened then you have a full here near me is our own dies of Ephraim is running away he says have the American showed up an hour later he would not be alive today they only took me there to eliminate that day a draft because that's KYW newsradio looks like a stalled vehicle on on route one in Bucks county check up with the traffic center next it's seven ana none of the noise a wide W. news radio and on the office we know how much you depend on your phone when you've got a cracked screen it's the worst we get it and we want to help you it doesn't matter if you have Verizon eighteen T..

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"holocaust awareness museum" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

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02:11 min | 1 year ago

"holocaust awareness museum" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Seventy five years after liberation today is international Holocaust Remembrance Day marks seventy five years the liberation of Auschwitz over the course of this week would it be said auspices examines the impact of one of the darkest times in history starting with the story of an ninety you won't survive fifteen year old Ernie gross arrived at house with with his parents two older brothers two younger sisters and one younger brother you can take anything this year if you ever order you gotta leave is there and we don't even though it's treats we don't even know why we are here talk Feldman with the Holocaust awareness museum and education center speculates on the attributes of Holocaust survivors they had to be physically strong mentally strong and they have to be lucky because his first stroke of luck came in the form of a brief conversation he managed to have with the Jewish prisoner of al switch Taft with loading the left baggage onto a truck he said when you face mangle you better say you're seventeen if you say you're fifteen you're going to go over your parents and said they didn't happen is go he says event to the left to go to the left meant certain death we're gonna take a shower and instead of shower gives is going to come then he told me to look up in the sky you see you have not read the Smokies is going to be your betters in four hours gross made it past the selection process of Joseph Mengele often referred to as the angel of death make a left who performed the medical experiments on prisoners tells who was sent to the crematorium in who was sent to work but once inside the camp gross was then subject to humiliation and slave labor told us to get undressed completely and everybody has to shiver but here eventually gross ended up in a death camp known as doc out may fifth couldn't get in my body anymore and actually have of like him to get over these because I could no longer have to go but then an unusual thing happened then you have a full here near me is around the the weapon is running away he says have the American showed up an hour later he would not be alive today they only took me there to eliminate that day a draft because that's K. Y. W. newsradio our coverage is presented by Gulf dean's Rosenberg's ray feel sacks hearing committed compassion providing more services over a hundred and forty years the volume on both sides Google hello.

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01:43 min | 1 year ago

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"Hey whatever use the DA's business examines the impact of one of the darkest times in history starting with the story of a ninety year old survivor fifteen year old Ernie gross arrived at house with with his parents two older brothers two younger sisters and one younger brother you can take anything this year if you ever order you gotta leave is there and we don't even though it's streets we don't even know why we are here Chuck Feldman with the Holocaust awareness museum and education center speculates on the attributes of Holocaust survivors they had to be physically strong mentally strong and they have to be lucky because his first stroke of luck came in the form of a brief conversation he managed to have with the Jewish prisoner of al switch Taft with loading the left baggage onto a truck he said when you face mangle you better say you're seventeen if you say you're fifteen you're going to go over your patterns for and said good inventors go he says event to the left to go to the left meant certain death we're gonna take a shower and instead of shower gives is going to come then he told me to look up in the sky you see you have not read the Smokies is going to be your betters in four hours gross made it past the selection process of Joseph Mengele often referred to as the angel of death make a left who performed the medical experiments on prisoners tells who was sent to the crematorium in who was sent to work but once inside the camp gross was then subject to humiliation and slave labor told us to get undressed completely and everybody have to shiver but he eventually gross ended up in a death camp known as Dachau may frequently getting my body anymore and actually I was like him to get over these because I could no longer have to go but then an unusual thing happened then you have a full here near me is our own does of Ephraim is running away he says have the American shown up an hour later he would not be alive today they only took me there to.

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01:39 min | 3 years ago

"holocaust awareness museum" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"For small medium and enterprise level customers at the broadcast center in spring garden mostly cloudy skies going to thirty six overnight israel celebrates seventy are kyw newsradio special reports continue today marks the seventies adversary of the state of israel kyw's a kushner has some insight into why this country is so important to so many people around the world tuck feldman with the holocaust awareness museum says the establishment of the state of israel in nineteen forty eight was a game changer after the holocaust it is clearly the case that had israel existed while the holocaust was going on there would have been a place for the jews in europe to escape to so wilson with the jewish national funds has the country was established as a homeland for the jews that's what israel's therefore for every jew to have an opportunity to go and live in our historic homeland if that's what is desired feldman points out israeli have always had to be on their guard because there are forces in their neighborhood that want to destroy the men are open about her meanwhile dr a sophomore ascii executive director of scholars for peace in the middle east says over the course of seventy years a lot has changed for the better who would have thought that israel has diplomatic relations with saudi arabia there would be a recognition of a right to exist and the holocaust did happen i mean they're acknowledging their acknowledging and for jews who don't live there psychologically just knowing that it exists is very important a daas kuznits kyw newsradio there are lots of things to love about the two thousand eighteen toyota camry just ask the people who bought one they'll mention it's bold design and improve performance they'll rave about it's available panoramic glass roof and leather trim seats with the.

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01:55 min | 3 years ago

"holocaust awareness museum" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The seventy fifth anniversary of the warsaw ghetto uprising visit oscar feldman president of the holocaust awareness museum in northeast philadelphia says well more and more holocaust survivors pass away each year there are still thousands of them still around who have experienced the horrors of the concentration camps firsthand if you a camp survivor why are you pretty much have to be in your late eighties at this point of hanover among them local survivor david tuck he tells me he remembers quite clearly the day he was liberated from auschwitz there's a rollcall was counting us more people the barracks and living runs tuck was on the brink of death at that time i was skinny seventy eight pounds from was fifteen years old he says it's his life's mission now to tell his story to students i tell them all the time it's up to you make sure it never happen again because they're gonna get two jobs they're going to pick on somebody else adopts kuznits kyw newsradio one of the news time one twenty five time for business donna wilson from bloomberg business you want stocks around as middle east war talks cool down down jones industrial average climbing three hundred twenty eight points to twenty four thousand five sixteen s and p five hundred up nine tenths of a percent nasdaq climbing one point one percent well the canadian coffee bar chain is a hot stock on the toronto exchange after second cup said it will converted stores and to pot dispensary tes concerns about facebook's privacy is taken a toll according to a tech opinion survey nearly one in ten americans have deleted their facebook account on privacy concerns while seventeen percent deleted the app from their phone about thirty five percent say they're using facebook less than they used to the cambridge analytica scandal which shared personal data on millions of users prompted cofounder marks aberg to testified on capitol hill earlier this week i'm donna wilson bloomberg business but kyw newsradio always twenty five fifty five after every hour he.

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01:59 min | 3 years ago

"holocaust awareness museum" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Remembrance day marks the day the auschwitz death camp was liberated ten days prior to liberation david tech was sent to a different camp that wasn't free until may that he remembers that they clearly there was a rollcall it will still counting how many people that will more dead people and and live in won't he says the nazis ran away americans rolled in on tanks this will today was liberated i seventy eight prompted time tech speaks about his holocaust experience has two groups throughout the year through the holocaust awareness museum and education center and while he never thought there could be another holocaust tillerson total marchers would go flirted with swastika i should i don't believe he says anyone can be the target of hate if mokhehle group will be going to be somebody out there have to pick on somebody from the movies her hadas kuznits kyw newsradio i witness weather five day forecast after a beautiful start to our last weekend of january some rain is on the way as we had the wealthy overnight period cloudy breezy a time without rain developing a low temperature at forty six degrees for sunday mild with periods of rain heaviest in the morning but persisting into the afternoon hours likely for south jersey the shore and portions of delaware a high temperature up at fifty four degrees for our monday mostly cloudy and cooler with a rain or snow shower possible high temperature at forty six looking like a pretty good shot at some light snow as we head into tuesday at this point cumulations looking minimal cloudy with a high temperature a 35 wednesday sunshine returns blustery though with a high temperature at thirty four and thursday milder partly sunny with a high of forty eight with your eyewitness weather forecast i'm cbs three meteorologist lauren casey on kyw newsradio overnight the morning it's going to be cloudy and rainy low down to forty five degrees for the rest of your sunday the rain hangs with us during the early morning him then things dry up the high fifty four degrees delaware valley winter weather and it doesn't take much to create traffic trouble on the roads zan plover and the traffic center has seen just what a dusting can do because it is just that little bit ice that you get and it really makes it a lot harder than would have been if he had before the snow.

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01:59 min | 3 years ago

"holocaust awareness museum" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Marks the day the auschwitz death camp was liberated ten days prior to liberation david tech was sent to a different camp that wasn't free until may that he remembers that they clearly there was a rollcall it will still counting how many people that were more dead people and and live in want you says the nazis ran away on the americans rolled in on tanks this will today point liberated highway 78 prompted time tech speaks about his holocaust experience has two groups out the year through the holocaust awareness museum and education center and while he never thought there could be another holocaust total marchers went to flag with swastika i said i don't believe he says anyone can be the target of hate if no congruent pro they're going to be somebody out there have to pick on somebody from the movies her hadas kuznits kyw newsradio we must weather five day forecast after a beautiful start to our last weekend of january some rain is on the way as we had the wealthy overnight period cloudy breezy a time without rain developing low temperature at forty six degrees for sunny mild with periods of rain heavy used in the morning but persisting into the afternoon hours likely for south jersey the shore and portions of delaware a high temperature up at fifty four degrees for our monday mostly cloudy and cooler with the rain or snow shower possible high temperature at forty six looking like a pretty good shot at some light snow as we head into tuesday at this point cumulations looking minimal cloudy with a high temperature a 35 wednesday sunshine returns blustery though with a high temperature at thirty four and thursday milder partly sunny with a high of forty eight with your eyewitness weather forecast i'm cbs three meteorologist lauren casey on kyw newsradio overnight the morning it's going to be cloudy and rainy low down to forty five degrees for the rest of your sunday the rain hangs with us during the early morning then things dry up the high fifty four degrees there's a half times their kids you'll smith that's the best it tastes great it's fun and i can tell cinema back for practice squeezing bam i'm ready to get back on the field i always say yes to go go squeeze for the halftime snack.

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01:57 min | 3 years ago

"holocaust awareness museum" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The auschwitz death camp was liberated ten days prior to liberation david tuck was sent to a different camp that wasn't free until may but he remembers that they clearly there was a rollcall it will still counting how many people still more dead people have livernois she says the nazis ran away on the americans rolled in on tanks this work today we'll deliberated highway 78 prompted time tech speaks about his holocaust experience has two groups throughout the year through the holocaust awareness museum in education center and while he never thought there could be another holocaust cost total marchers went to flag with swastika i said i don't believe he says anyone can be the target of hate if nothing to repeal they're going to be somebody out they have to pick on somebody that for the bull who saw hadas kuznits kyw newsradio london now your eyewitness weather five day forecast after a beautiful start to our last weekend of january some rain is on the way as we had the wealthy overnight period cloudy breezy a time without rain developing low temperature at forty six degrees for sunday mild with periods of rain heaviest in the morning but persisting into the afternoon hours likely for south jersey the shore and portions of delaware a high temperature up at fifty four degrees for our monday mostly cloudy and cooler with a rain or snow shower possible high temperature at 46 looking like a pretty good shot at some light snow as we head into tuesday at this point cumulations looking minimal cloudy with a high temperature at thirty five wednesday sunshine returns blustery though with a high temperature at thirty four and thursday milder partly sunny with a high of forty eight with your eyewitness weather forecast i'm cbs three meteorologist lauren casey on kyw newsradio all of them are going to be cloudy and rainy alot down to forty five degrees for the rest of your sunday the rain hangs where this during the early morning him then things dry up the high fifty four degrees work one more much more than a wind short it the eighth wonder of the world when people talk about solar wind and more they get a little carried away we're just a big frimley place run by people with.

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01:51 min | 3 years ago

"holocaust awareness museum" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The day the auschwitz death camp was liberated ten days prior to liberation david tuck was sent to a different camp it wasn't free until may but he remembers that they clearly there was a rollcall there were still counting how many people still around the mahmud dead people and live in won't be says the nazis ran away and the americans rolled in on tanks there's work today liberated highway seventy eight prompted had time tech speaks about his holocaust experience has to groups out the year through the holocaust awareness museum in education center and while he never thought there could be another holocaust when i sort of marches went to flag with swastika i said i don't believe he says anyone can be the target of hate if nothing to improve going gonna be somebody out they have to pick on somebody from the booster had asked kuznits kyw newsradio kyw news time edel five deaths of injury in kabul after the taliban attacker drove an ambulance fool crowd and then detonated explosives the area hit by the suicide bombing is near foreign embassies in kabul police headquarters and closed to public traffic the attacker got through checkpoints driving an ambulance claiming he was taking a patient to a hospital the blast happened around lunchtime in the area was crowded the taliban claims it carried out the attack the death toll is expected to rise larry miller cbs news at least ninety five people known dead one hundred fifty eight others were injured in the blast now here's your eyewitness weather five day forecast if you're headed out on the town on this saturday night be sure to bring the umbrella along as areas of rain will be developing as we had the wild the overnight period in the city mainly after midnight cloudy tonight temperatures not falling back to far forty six degrees went a little breezy at times for our sunday rain heaviest in the morning and it will be a lingering into the afternoon hours especially across south jersey down the shore in a parts of delaware a mild sunday though despite that wet weather with a high temperature at fifty four were cooler and closer to average.

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