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"hudson square" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:01 min | 3 d ago

"hudson square" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Degrees here in Hudson Square, 30 for the overnight low in the city twenties and some of the outer suburbs And then tomorrow sunny again. With a high around 45. Maybe some rain tomorrow night. 603 At WCBS Health officials are looking into a possible New York city variant of covert 19 Details from WCBS is Steve Burns. Mayor De Blasio's says he understands people can get concerned when the word variant is thrown around until there's evidence that tells us that a variant Is not handled well by vaccine, for example, or variant has different impacts. We shouldn't assume the worst. Officials say that evidence is in there. Yet on what's becoming known as the New York City variant identified in studies at Caltech in Colombia and first reported by The New York Times, You need to be a little skeptical of everything you read. Not all variants. Art of public health concerns. The mayor, senior health adviser, Dr Jay Varma, says there's a lot of testing and study that needs to be done before drawing any conclusions. The Times reports. Those infected by this variant were more likely to be hospitalized. We have been working incredibly intensively on improving our ability to detect these new strains. Those preliminary studies also found the mutation may slightly weak in the vaccine's effectiveness. Steve Burns. WCBS NEWS RADIO 80 At a state budget hearing today, New York's health commissioner was grilled about the state's handling of covert at nursing homes more from WCBS reporter Peter Haskell. They were appointed questions about a March 25th directive telling nursing homes to accept coded positive patients returning from the hospital's Senate Republican leader Rob Ward says the guidance changed May 10th. It would seem to me the fact that was rescinded. On May, 10 would indicate that it either wasn't working or that in fact it was contributing to the spread in these nursing called facilities. But State of Health Commissioner Howard Zucker is continuing to insist the edict was not the problem. There was 37,000 staff. We ended up having Coben and they bring in inadvertently at a time when we did not know about asymptomatic spread sucker was pressed again on why the Legislature was stonewalled done nursing home deaths. Peter has school that you city has news radio 8 80 New York Attorney General, Leticia James is reviewing a request to launch an independent investigation into claims of sexual harassment against Governor Cuomo. Five female state senators are requesting the immediate appointment of a special prosecutor. They say Cuomo's influence over state agencies makes it impossible for them to investigate him. Former aide Lindsay Boiling claims Cuomo created a culture where sexual harassment is not only Condoned but expected. She accuses Cuomo of unwanted touching in a kiss. The governor denies the allegations. York City's middle school students return to their classrooms. Today, WCBS is Marla Diamond was at a Bronx school where the mayor welcome the kid's back. Four guys. They rolled out the red carpet for students here at the Richard or Green Middle.

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"hudson square" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:33 min | Last month

"hudson square" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Were 31 here in Hudson Square. The windshield is at 20. 22 year old college student who startup was helping the city of Philadelphia distribute covert vaccines. Admitted today he took some doses home with him and vaccinated his friends. Andre Doris and told NBC's Today show. It was a mistake he'll carry for the rest of his life, he says. He administered four doses that were leftovers and we're about to expire. The one nurse at the same clinic claims to have seen him stuffing vials into his bag. As seniors who are waiting in line or turned away. Liquor stores never closed during the pandemic, and whiskey makers are reaping the benefits. The nation's whiskey makers air toasting their special spirits despite the pandemic, or perhaps because of it U. S sales of Bourbon and Tennessee whiskey increased just over 8% to nearly $4.5 billion in 2020 liquor store and online sales surged while sales from bars and restaurants plunged. CBS News correspondent Jim Chris Sula closing numbers on Wall Street this afternoon bit of a bounce back from yesterday's steep losses. The Dow up 300 points today to 30,603 and the NASDAQ gained 66 points. The S and P. 500 was up. 36 Buzzfeed reporters Anthony Korma and Jason Leopold couldn't believe what they were seeing secret government documents showing suspicious banking transactions all over the globe. Gold DIAMONDS oil Every sector of the economy is besmirched by this dirty.

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"SoHo Karen" Miya Ponsetto's public intoxication charge dropped

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00:48 sec | Last month

"SoHo Karen" Miya Ponsetto's public intoxication charge dropped

"Break for my upon, said Oh, she's the woman who grabbed headlines when she wrongly accused a black teenager of stealing her cell phone at a hotel in Hudson Square. It was also in hot water in her home state, California for an incident in which she and her mother were allegedly drunk at a hotel in Beverly Hills. Today, a judge dropped the misdemeanor charge of public intoxication against Ponsetto after prosecutors in the case said it appeared to be an isolated situation and she had no prior criminal history. Her mother allegedly kicked a police officer. She was given community service. Unsettles case here in New York, is still pending. She's facing numerous charges, including attempted robbery, attempted assault and endangering the welfare of a child. Wins news time

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"hudson square" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:23 min | Last month

"hudson square" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"It's 33 degrees in Hudson Square, double the CBS News time 9 20. More parents have their kids using hand sanitizer these days, But doctors are noticing a disturbing trend. Double the CBS reporters, Sophia Hall explains. You see hand sanitizer stations all over the place. And because Children are the height of the sanitizers, they could look under as the liquid is coming out, and the sanitizer could go into their eyes. It's a problem, according to a new study, says Dr Katherine Colby of NY. You lend Goen and these Children, though, because they had a direct contact with Actual gob of sanitizer. Some of them had severe chemical injury. This can cause a lot of damage. Rinse the eye or eyes out immediately with water and go to the eye doctor because some Children required surgery after this occurred, alcohol is something that we use is some sorts of corneal surgeries to help us. Removed kiss you from the cornea. So basically the alcohol and other chemicals in the sanitizers are damaging the surface of the cornea. Another, but not this serious issue that could cause irritation and burning someone who touches their eyes with sanitizer that is not fully dried on their hands. Sofia whole WCBS news radio 8 82 new pop up vaccination sites that it opened today in lower income neighborhoods on Long Island. I've already closed. All of the available slots were booked sites are at Memorial Presbyterian Church and Roosevelt and ST Hugh of Lincoln Church and Huntington Station. Health officials hope to be able to open more pop up sites in the coming weeks is more doses become available. As of today, there are new rules for people flying into the U. S. They need proof that they're negative for covert WCBS reporter Marla Diamond was at JFK Airport. The negative result could be from a PCR or rapid auntie gin test three days before departure. Biden administration will also continue coronavirus travel restrictions for Europe in Brazil set to expire today, and they've added to the band travel list in an effort to control the spread of the new Mutant Cove in 19 strain, says White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki. This isn't the time to be lifting restrictions on international travel. And in light of the contagious variant B 1351. South Africa has been added to the restricted list. The South African Covitz strain is thought to be 50% more infectious and has been detected in the U. S in Minnesota. Nearly all states have seen the UK variant. Experts say the vaccines are appearing to work against the new strains at JFK Airport. Marla Diamond, WCBS News radio 8 80 on early afternoon nap, It turns out, according to a study condole a body some good, a new report reveals taking a midday nap may be good for the brain. Researchers in Shanghai studied more than 2200 people over the age of 60 in China, with more than 1500 of them taking a snooze after Lou On results showed sleep lasting between five minutes and two hours were associated with better awareness, Verbal fluency and working memory least. MATTEO CBS News It's 9 23 Thurgood Marshall Academy is a Tier one college preparatory public charter High School with 100% College acceptance located in DC's historic Anacostia neighborhood. Their law.

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New Jersey Man Arrested In Violent Manhattan Rampage That Injured 10 People

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:24 min | Last month

New Jersey Man Arrested In Violent Manhattan Rampage That Injured 10 People

"Baseball bat went on a rampage in Lower Manhattan Saturday night, he attacked 10 people, including Molly Quentin, who was slugged in the head in the subway station at Canal and Derek. He starts screaming at us. And try to block it and advanced today excited station and he started wearing toe was my girlfriend, So I screamed at him to come towards me, and he started rushing at me. And as I helped across the turnstile, I scream tow person at that booth to call the police. And he struck me behind the arm and on the head a couple times. And then you brush on the station. You talk to the New York Post. Cops eventually stopped Brian Thompson with a Taser. It began in SoHo and continued and Hudson Square, then on to Tribeca, and it finally ended in Chelsea. Police say 43 year old Brian Thompson first attacked two men and one woman in the Canal Street subway station. Just after 6:30 P.m.. The next victim was a 39 year old woman attacked near Barican Canal Street. Police say Thompson then went after the driver of a parked car and took off at high speed in the vehicle, eventually crashing it in Tribeca. After that, he allegedly tried to steal two other cars but failed any attack more people? Then police say he carjacked the Jeep Grand Cherokee and drove to Chelsea, where he hit. A police car was finally arrested. Thompson faces a whole host of charges. The most serious injury is a broken arm. Roger. Stir in

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"hudson square" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:23 min | 2 months ago

"hudson square" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"For the holiday season. Right now, Cloudy with some snow started to fall 31 degrees here in Hudson Square. Good afternoon. I'm Michael Wallace. More than just the headlines. This is WCBS news. Radio 8 80. It's two o'clock. Please. You CBS News on the hour, sponsored by egg lands best on that Piper in New York, where here and another major northeastern cities. Everyone is gearing up for the first major snowfall in a year. I look forward to it. I like it to get here. I'd like you to come down like to move it away, and then I'd like it to belt. He's a hardware store owner and Captain County, New Jersey, Parts of Pennsylvania could get 2 FT. Of Snow, New York City of Foot, which is not happening about five years, The snow has already begun in Virginia. Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker is asking everyone in his state to simply stay indoors. The best way to handle this is to stay home. Until it passes and everything gets cleared out. And we can go from there in New Haven, Connecticut. They're expecting more than a foot of snow overnight. Mayor Justin eh Killer has been The most difficult year in my lifetime, and I think that we wouldn't expect any less from 2020 Let Zach but our team is ready. Congressional leaders say they are inching closer to a covert relief. Billa's they meet all day today. It will cost some $900 billion and would include direct checks to Americans like the ones in the spring, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, American people need more help. It's that simple for their targeted relief is now months overdue. The arrival of visors Covert 19 vaccine is providing an injection of hope at the Birmingham, Alabama Medical Center. The hospital gave its very first doses to the only three living prisoners of war veterans like Newton Duke. Oh, yeah, I hope everybody well so we can get back. Get this country back on the road where we used to meet President elect Biden has introduced his choice for transportation secretary, One time presidential rival Pete Booty Jack's turning 39 on the eve of the inauguration. Pete Buddha Judge would be one of the youngest Cabinet members in memory and the first to be sent it confirmed While identifying is gay is one of the smartest people ever meet one of the most humble President elect Biden says his transportation secretary, the former South Bend, Indiana mayor would be central to his plans to build back better better roads and bridges, railways and airports. The U. S should lead.

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"hudson square" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:36 min | 2 months ago

"hudson square" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Hudson Square, double the CBS News time. 9 20 Visors Corona virus vaccine is being shipped out across the country this morning. CBS NEWS Medical contributor. Dr David Vegas answered some questions about the vaccine on last night, CBS Evening News, minus 94 F and special containers. Being delivered to hospitals and pharmacies for hopefully, beginning administration the vaccine on Monday. You know I, as a health care professional actually had a sign up and so hopefully the next couple weeks I'll begin my own vaccination. I hope so. So if this vaccine was developed in less than a year, which is record time, how do scientists know what the long term effects are? This is what I think the misunderstanding. This is a decade of science. It's record time because science is really improved over the last many years, every vaccine in the last many decades, the side effects are singing the first couple weeks in this vaccine. We haven't seen anything in terms of serious adverse events outside of the first day or so. So I am very optimistic. Can I say no chance? No, but it is much more likely a side effect from the virus than anything from the vaccine. Dr Egas. We asked for questions for you on social media, and a recurring theme was once other vaccines are approved. How should Americans choose which to take? You know, I get this all the time, and the bottom line is myself. I will take the first vaccine that's available all three of the league candidates Fizer, Madonna and AstraZeneca, Oxford University. Are amazing vaccines each have their own merits, and all of them are 100% efficient in terms of blocking hospitalization and serious illness, so take which ever you can get first. And the sooner you will be protected that CBS News Medical contributor Dr David Vegas with anchor a Triana DS, it's 9 22. Modern meditation. I'm Ted far knack with the WCBS help while being report sponsored by Valley health system, enhancing the help of well being of northern New Jersey, New York Times contributor and longtime meditator Perry Garfinkel likes meditation, APS. Some give great quotes to ponder like this from the Dalai Lama can be solved. There is no need to worry. Perfect. Can't worry is of no use. So within the context of how to meditate is how to think about the issues that make because in your stress, I found that having easier access inclines you more to do it, Which is the point. And when I got in the rhythm, it became part of my life. And when I woke up, everyone.

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"hudson square" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:55 min | 2 months ago

"hudson square" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"At Hudson Square. It's a nice to look out the window over the Hudson and see it coming down 37 right now. I was down 44 points and the NASDAQ is 69 points lower after yesterday's records on Wall Street. It's a different Christmas for Santa this year. Kids may miss visiting him at the mall in the stores, but he misses them too. Mike Sugerman is here with today's WCBS difference Makers story. He's a frontline worker, but age puts him in the susceptible population said to be almost 1800 years old. Hello. It's me, Santa. So nice to meet you. And he is a potential super spreader event by himself, on average of professional center will come in close personal contact with anywhere between 5000 and 15,000. Family members. Santa Rick Irwin is head of the Fraternal Order of the real bearded Sanders. Thank you said you're very welcome. Appreciated Senate Dana Freedman of Bayside As one of those two he starts growing it in July, a lawyer by trade Whose firm Kleinberg and Friedman annually collects toys, But right now he's behind the glass partition in a car in his workshop at the Bay Terrace shopping Center. Things there are sanitized. Normally, we'd be going to see Children in hospitals and orphanages will be all over the place. And he misses that as the Senate Tim Conahan in Riverhead, Long Island. Was L train, 4500. Sanders and Mrs Claus is this year he's going remote. Only those pugs that you received from a child are wonderful, but even more spectacular. I think there's sometimes the hugs from a parent, too. Just so grateful that Santa came by to visit their child. It's difficult, but one of the things that we're looking to instill is to let kids know that there was hope, even if it's behind glass or on zoom. Merry Christmas. Everyone difference makers a Mike Sugerman WCBS news radio 8 80..

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"hudson square" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:21 min | 3 months ago

"hudson square" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"In Forest Hills 56. Here in Hudson Square, double the CBS News Time to 20 with no sign that the cove it surges going anywhere anytime soon. Would President elect Joe Biden consider a national lockdown? Dr Vivek Murthy, co chair of the President elect's coronavirus advisory panel, telling Fox News Sunday it would on Lee be considered as a last resort. If we just locked down the entire country without targeting our efforts that we're going to exacerbate Pandemic fatigue. People are feeling we're gonna hurt jobs in the economy. We're going to shut down schools and hurt the education of our Children. So we've got approaches with the precision of a scalpel rather than the blunt force of an ax again. That's the co chair of President elect Joe Biden's coronavirus Advisory panel. Doctor, The FEC Murthy Oregon is now under a two week freeze. That means no endure or outdoor gatherings larger than six people from two separate households. Violators of that order could be fined over $1000. Or even be put in jail for a month, Governor Kate Brown said. For the past eight months, she has not had to bring in law enforcement. But this time the Oregon State police will be enforcing that order. Along with local police departments. It's to 21 this is lying. Then radio I'm Jeffrey Lyons, like he had Borat subsequent movie film, the sequel to the 2006 Borat movie again, starring Sasha Baron Cohen. He plays the Kazakhstan TV journalist who now out of prison is touring America with his teenage daughter. She's played by Bulgarian actress Maria Buckle over now, I tried using closed captioning, since his ersatz accent is often hard to understand, but the subtitles were on what looked like Kaszak, the language of Kazakhstan, along with Russian The ultimate viewer punked. Now he skewers Trump and Melania and hilarious cartoon spoof of Cinderella mentioned Stormy Daniels marks vice president Pence and the Cuban on Nonsense and the ultimate Get He somehow Lord unwitting Rudy Giuliani to think he was being interviewed, and it was Lord into a compromising position on a bed in a hotel room with the young actress. It was so funny as to be almost cruel and embarrassing to watch but overall This is the one joke movie which begins to wear thin. That's science, then radio I'm Jeffrey Lyons. WCBS news radio 8 80. Yes, CBS Thursday Yes. What's that sound? It's a brand new episode of the Unicorn. I'm.

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"hudson square" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:50 min | 5 months ago

"hudson square" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Controls there at Hudson Square this morning, Chris Roush texted me a picture of a beautiful blue sky over the Hudson this morning, and I'm wondering here the remains in Connecticut where that is, it's still cloudy and drizzly here in Connecticut. The sun is out in Manhattan, and it's 64 degrees right now, and we're heading for a high this afternoon around 70. So what gives will have a live update in the forecast for you coming up at 11 08 here at WCBS of stay with us for that. It's 11 0 for WCBS and classrooms in nine zip codes across Brooklyn and Queens and on orders of the governor and mayor Bill de Blasio in the past few minutes has said that the watch list of areas where the virus level is above the city Wide average is growing. So South Williamsburg 11206 has been added now. So now we have 13 zip codes on the city Watch list as New York awaits further word on Mohr shutdowns along Will they last? The mayor says that they happen is really up to us. You can keep it to a matter of weeks. Everyone has to participate. Everyone has to be part of the solution. If we all do this right, which we did before, in much tougher circumstances. We contain this problem to a limited part of the city for a limited period time. Then we reopen in those places and keep moving forward. We do it wrong. It keeps spreading into surrounding zip codes and then dangers the whole city. We cannot let that happen. Non essential businesses in those hot spot zip codes. Nine of them in Brooklyn and Queens should be prepared to close down his earliest tomorrow morning, says the mayor. If the state goes along, and we expect to be hearing from Governor Andrew Cuomo a little bit later on in the hour. 11 05 and the latest in the virus battle has New Yorkers feeling a bit weary between the words and the governor's office in the mayor's office case in point, the handling of city neighborhoods where Corona is on the rise. Here's WCBS reporter Marla Diamond moved to shut down schools followed a day of dueling news conferences between the mayor and governor with the governor, getting the upper hand and admonishing Mayor de Blasio for not working with the state. I didn't put out this plan he did. So Of anything, you'd want to ask him. Why didn't you Propose a plan to the state and work it out. First and then just announced a final plan, as opposed to announcing a proposed plan that the state then had to reactor 300 schools going all remote today in the so called Tier one neighborhoods in Queens and Brooklyn, where the covert positivity rate has been over 3% for at least seven days. The mayor, proposed shutting down restaurants and non essential business is Wednesday, The governor called that move arbitrary and capricious. In Rego Park. Marla Diamond, WCBS news radio 8 80. They're watching the numbers in the New York burbs, too, and there's evidence to back up a growing sense of concern. WCBS reporter Sean Adams is following things in northern Westchester County due to a couple of covert cases in the May impact school district, Lakeview Elementary and Maia Pack Middle school will be closed for the next few days. Superintendent Anthony DiCarlo is asking for patients, he says state health Department contact tracers are overwhelmed. Several staff members have been quarantined. In the meantime, students will learn from home via computer as I mentioned to the kids and I mentioned to our families, this is the way it's going to be. There's going to be ups and downs throughout the course of the year, and we all have to be understanding of it. What's really important right now, So if there's no widespread break out that you could say, Oh, my God, it looks like a point on the entire district will have to close down. Not at that point at all right now there really isolated individual cases, and there are no connections. That assessment mirrors Putnam County's overall status, It has maintained a relatively low rate of infection. Superintendent hopes to have Children back in school Soon in Manoa Pack Sean Adams WCBS NEWS Radio 80. I'm seeing late.

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"hudson square" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:32 min | 6 months ago

"hudson square" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"And Lincoln Tunnel in and out and you find and a good right over the Verizon. Oh, and even the Staten Island crossings. The average battles in Bayonne Bridge all sitting pretty our next traffic update in less than 10 minutes. Now, our forecast here's build acre. High pressure nearby will bring us nice weather over the next couple of days today will see sunshine mixed with a few clouds high of 81 clear with a low of 66 for tonight. Labor Day tomorrow. Partly sunny still nice to Hae Neer 80 for Tuesday, partly sunny warming up turning more humid, as well as many of us returned of work. Ah, high of 82. Right now. Sonny 66 degrees in Hudson Square. 63 in Norwalk 61 in Yonkers. Record breaking triple digit heat in California is blamed for sparking a new wildfire. The Eldorado Fire has burned about 1500 acres in San Bernardino County. Cal Fire spokesman Thomas Shoots says the heat makes it harder to control the fire. It's cooking out there when you get on the side of a hill, even without the Be next to the fire. It's already just a reflective heat. It's already so hot. It was one of three fires stoked by the heat wave. The pandemic has changed. Labor Day sales at car dealerships, Jeff Gilbert explains from Detroit Labor Day weekend normally sees the big ports to bring in new models and get rid of the old butt. This year. Many carmakers air still replenishing their stocks of 20 twenties and haven't even started building 2020 ones. There's not a lot of inventory On the ground right.

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WCBS Newsradio 880

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"hudson square" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"That cashless tolling the Holland tunnel does find the Throggs neck bridge two lanes are blocked for a little while longer our next traffic update is less than ten minutes away on the B. C. B. S. thank you John we get the forecast now for meteorologist Michael sini becoming cloudy early this morning low forty five in the city remaining cloudy later today with rain arriving in the afternoon that rain will continue at night hi later today fifty two with a low Saturday night a forty five cloudy and breezy with a few lingering showers Sunday high fifty six partly sunny and milder Monday high sixty two right now thirty four degrees in west Milford up to forty nine in basking ridge fifty with a thirst guy here in Hudson square W. CBS news time for forty Abbott laboratories in Illinois has developed a new coronavirus test and says it will take just five minutes to determine if someone is infected the company is ramping up production and says it will deliver fifty thousand tests per day by April first the test will look for the corona virus genome which can be detected in under five minutes when someone as high levels in their system a more thorough examination can take up to about thirteen minutes to administer the test you would take a swab from the nose or back of the throat and mix it with a chemical solution that breaks open the virus city council speaker Corey Johnson wants the mayor to use twenty five million dollars in emergency funding for struggling food banks and food assistance programs they want the state to spend another twenty five million on the same thing the metropolitan council says the money would provide funding for over nineteen million meals thirty two percent of emergency food programs like food pantries and soup kitchens in the city have now ceased operations because of a lack of supplies and resources that number according to foodbank NYC well the FDA has issued an emergency order saying that hospitals can now repurposed medical equipment to service ventilators the list includes sleep apnea machines and Anastasia machines New York has been testing the idea of splitting one ventilator between two patients it's four forty one at W. C. B. S. the home depot is here to help we have many ways to help you can download or go online to find the essential products and information quickly.

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WCBS Newsradio 880

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"hudson square" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Newsradio eight eight a radio dot com station partly cloudy and forty degrees in Hudson square on its way up to near sixty W. CBS news time one oh three since yesterday they were sixteen additional confirmed cases of the corona virus in New York state bringing the total statewide to one hundred five that includes eighty two in Westchester twelve in the city five in Nassau one in Suffolk to in Rockland and won an Ulster governor Cuomo spoke this morning at Northwell health in new Hyde Park N. W. C. B. S.'s Christy collision was there I would get nervous if the number didn't go up we want to put them in isolation so they not spreading governor Andrew Cuomo says there are now sixteen more coronavirus cases confirmed over night with eighty two overall in Westchester county alone he toured around Northwell health's core labs it's one out of seven private labs in the state ready to be used for faster corona virus testing they just need CDC approval first please C. D. C. approve these private labs and approved automated testing to date there is no reason to delay these labs can run about an extra thousand or two tests per day in new Hyde Park critically Shian WCBS newsradio eighty several New York City synagogues of canceled forum carnivals that would have been held today and tomorrow due to coronavirus fears among those temple Emmanuel on the Upper East Side the central synagogue in midtown east rodef Shalom gesture on on the Upper West Side with the latter informing rabbis to refrain from personal contact on the receiving line at Shabbat scheduled regular readings tomorrow night will still go on the FDNY is telling firefighters not to go on calls which might put them in contact with the corona virus they say leave that job to EMS more from W. CBS's Steve burns firefighter paramedics are being told to stand down on calls related to coughing fever trouble breathing all corona virus symptoms according to the CDC in steady EMS will be responding alone read him back to the fire houses have prompted them to limit the calls that engine companies will go on Anthony I'll Majerus the vice president of local thirty six twenty one of the FDNY uniformed EMS officers he's uniformed EMS lieutenant in sunset park PMS is already stretched thin enough he says this bolsters the case that EMS unions have been making for a long time that they're just as important as other first responders vital we need people we need to be paid accordingly so the state in a statement FDNY spokesman Frank Dwyer says the order allows the department to send resources where they're needed most he says firefighters are still responding to the highest priority calls Steve burns WCBS newsradio eighty eighty as of yesterday for New Jersey residents have tested positive for the coronavirus that causes covert nineteen with the results of more tests expected to come in today one of those a fifty five year old man from Inglewood attended services at temple young Israel on your shelf and also attended C. pac in Maryland where the president vice president also appeared although he never had any contact with them at least two school districts in the state have announced that they'll be closed tomorrow to develop plans for potential long term school closures Connecticut has just confirmed its first presumptive positive corona Cape the coronavirus case a Wilton resident being treated at the Danbury hospital senator Richard Blumenthal worries that there aren't enough testing kits available he says the tape is promised on Tuesday that they will receive a million kids by Friday but that hasn't happened yet we need to know who is infected it's like a fire you need to put it out at the beginning before it spreads to Connecticut hospital employees have tested positive but they're both residents of New York state masked bandits in Acworth doctor and they were not horsing around that's coming up in three minutes W. CBS news time one oh seven this is new York's news radio WCBS eight you get everything you need in a short span of time one minute really reliable weather report this morning the problem ninety fives I jumped over the merits stay connected WCBS newsradio eight eighty where did everybody go everybody's at McDonald's because the old bay filet O. fish with it tanky tasty tartar sauce is backed by a name is just two for five dollars and you can mix or match with the original filet O. fish but didn't they know they can get it with the delivery through ubereats or doordash skews me this is a mile away from the office of the the a very single item at regular price make delivery available at participating McDonald's delivery prices may be higher than that response taxes and fees apply Hey its flow with the super weird weird night down if you ask me it sounds less like clothes you wear to bed more like things you say to your clothes can I get pre pants sleep tight.

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Looking for hand sanitizer? Good luck finding it

Midday News

01:04 min | 1 year ago

Looking for hand sanitizer? Good luck finding it

"Well the hand sanitizer shelves at your local store may be empty but you're not completely out of luck our WCBS it's Marla diamond says you can make your own and it's easy at Hudson square pharmacy in lower Manhattan owner Alan Solomon sold out of hand sanitizer and not expecting another shipment anytime soon has created a make your own hand sanitizer section which is running low as well we sold out of all the aloe Vera gel yesterday we have more coming today here's his recipe roughly four parts aloe Vera gel and one part isopropyl alcohol seventy percent we also sell a ninety one percent customer reset the Sonny of Brooklyn said she can understand why people are clearing the shelves of hand sanitizer you do something that you actually have control over and it ends up helping you mentally the pharmacy is still well stocked with soap which health experts say it's a better choice than the alcohol based antiseptics in lower Manhattan Marla diamonds WCBS newsradio eight

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Woman randomly attacked, punched repeatedly after exiting Manhattan subway station

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Woman randomly attacked, punched repeatedly after exiting Manhattan subway station

"The NYPD has arrested a homeless man for yesterday morning's attack on a twenty three year old woman as she left the one train station in Hudson square police say Eugene Webb repeatedly punched the woman in the face knocking out to over teeth Webb was arrested in September for punching another woman in the face two years ago he was charged with sex abuse after he groped a woman and exposed

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"hudson square" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"hudson square" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Now, it's forty one in Yorktown heights. Forty four in this concert forty-two and Hudson square at three ten New York City is touting its crime statistics for twenty eighteen there were a record low two hundred eighty nine murders last year robberies burglaries car thefts and shootings were all down from twenty seventeen. Here's police Commissioner James O'Neill every day the cops here out interacting with people building bonds. They continue to take illegal. Guns and drugs off the street today, we're chronicling what really wasn't another truly remarkable year. Citywide in two thousand eighteen turns with how the NYPD and all the people we serve gauge our cities safety felony assaults and grand larcenies were up slightly from two thousand seventeen New Jersey's largest city is also seeing drop in crime WCBS, Peter Haskell has more from Newark Newark is safer than it's been in fifty years overall crime. This year is down fifteen percent public safety director, Anthony Ambrose. One key thing is we had one hundred and one less people shot in the city of New York in two thousand eighteen robberies have decreased thirty five percent carjackings. Fifty six percent murders are down four percent. But rates are up eighteen percent. Mayor RAs Baraka credits that a client a new development and economic growth if you give people a better education if they get a better job, right? They they they have more. Money in their community their community looks better. I think there's less crime. Does city is added one of eighty cops over the past five years in Newark. Peter hence goal w CDN's NewsRadio. Eight eighty the Yankees pitcher hits the road sports in a minute. What does building a better Bank? Look like it starts with building Capital, One cafes warm.

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Google to spend $1B on major New York City expansion

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

Google to spend $1B on major New York City expansion

"Expansion of its New York City presence is likely to accelerate changes in Manhattan's Hutton's Hudson square neighborhood and cement New York status as a hub of technology. It's newly announced one billion dollar campus south of house than St. on the far west side with allow it to double its workforce in the city to more than fourteen thousand over the next decade on

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Google to spend $1B on major New York City expansion

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Google to spend $1B on major New York City expansion

"Poor Google plans a big expansion in New York City, and unlike Amazon's expansion this one apparently comes with no incentives from the state and the city Marla diamond has that the one point seven million square foot, Google Hudson square campus will make the tech giant one of Manhattan's largest corporate office tenants it plans to double its New York City workforce by seven thousand employees

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Google to spend $1B on major New York City expansion

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

01:10 min | 2 years ago

Google to spend $1B on major New York City expansion

"Addition, the search engine giant is making its east coast home in what was Manhattan's industrial printing district, which has undergone a massive change in the past decade says Ellen bear CEO of the Hudson square bed. We think more and more retail coming in all the time more and more amenities trader Joe's, as you probably know just came here, Sherwin Williams paint store just open. We're very excited about what's happening at the ground floor level. If I wave of Google employees will be arriving. In twenty twenty in Hudson square. Marla diamond WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty Germany will make one time payment of twenty eight hundred dollars to survivors, primarily Jews who fled on the so-called kindertransport this year's and the eightieth anniversary of the beginning of the kindertransport. It was of children to Britain from Nazi persecution in Germany and Nazi. Territories. In Europe of the ten thousand who were evacuated about a thousand still survive. Most of them are living in Britain. The payment is seen as a symbolic recognition of the suffering. The agreement was negotiated by Stuart Eizenstat. He's a former US ambassador to the European Union. Who's now with the conference on Jewish material claims against

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Countries Struggle To Agree On Rules For Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Steve and Ted

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Countries Struggle To Agree On Rules For Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions

"He and the others are honored to have been selected for the job. And they're ready to build a world class facility for Wichita seventy five million dollars stadium is to be complete in time for the two thousand twenty baseball season. The regional economic area partnership wants to make sure communities don't compete against each other for projects repairs drafted a resolution that says among other things communities are discouraged from competing against each other in the fight to attract new businesses, which city council expected to consider the resolution this week and seven people are interested in becoming the newest member of the Wichita city council. The district two seat is coming. Open next month since council member Pete Mike Eisner has been elected to serve on the Sedgwick county commission of the candidates. Some of the candidate the candidates include Becky Tuttle of the greater Wichita YMCA and Allen, Mike Eisner who is Pete minors, brother. So we've got to have a new city councilman Pete Mitra over the over the counter the Meissner's just like the Bush family a dynasty trying to get a dynasty going there. Anyway. Google spending a billion dollars to expand operations in New York City Ruth Porat senior vice president and chief financial officer at Google. Alphabet said in a blog post Monday that Google is creating more than one point seven million square foot campus that includes lease agreements along the Hudson river in lower Manhattan, Google Hudson square. We'll be the company's primary location for its New York operations. Could you find any place for the real estate is more expensive, then in lower Manhattan? Yeah. Good look, Google puts its first office put first office in New York nearly twenty years ago and already has more than seven thousand employees in that city will hopes to move into the new campus by twenty twenty so Google all of these cities around the around the country competing to try to get Google play. People like them to locate their businesses where they can create jobs and so forth and Google chooses. What what Austin two weeks ago or last week for a great big new facility and now New York City, which I'm here really really needs the business. Well, I'm being facetious. Now. Of course, they don't they don't need it. Of course, they have to go somewhere where they think those workers will be or want to be you got the Yankees and the giants and all that there. So I guess that's part of it a big part of it. All right. It's seven fifty five. Now, Stephen Ted here on coming up. Stay with us in the eight o'clock hour, Stephen head. We'll have the latest on a possible government shutdown this week.

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"hudson square" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"hudson square" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"The five day forecast from meteorologist Bob Larsen. Calls for humid conditions the afternoon. We might at eighty for a high cloudy overnight still. Humid rain approaching from the west toward daybreak the overnight low seventy-one, pretty mild tomorrow, cloudy, warm, and humid with periods of rain, maybe a thunderstorm mixed in tomorrow size. Seventy six Friday. Maybe some showers in the morning, then cooler with clouds breaking for sun, south Fridays, high only sixty two and then Saturday a mix of clouds and sun with a high near sixty beginning of the week next week looks like low sixties for highs as well. It's seventy two now deer park seventy five in the Bronx seventy-five here in Hudson square at one twenty. CBS news special report. Hurricane Michael is about to make landfall at any moment along the Florida Gulf Coast as a category. Four storm. I'm Peter King in Tallahassee we're about seventy five miles or so from the wall of this storm, but it has been windy and rainy here much of the day. Wind gusts recorded in the fifties. Even this far away, the rain has been steady, and it's not going to let up until well into tomorrow. Correspondent Omar Villafranca is in port Saint Joe the hospital yesterday here around port Saint Joe closed at five pm all the north. They're gone. So if anybody needs any sort of medical assistance, it's just not gonna come to help them. President Trump is getting updated on the storm at the White House. I love this area..

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"hudson square" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"hudson square" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Here in Hudson square. Seventy degrees. We expect a high near eighty this afternoon. There is the chance of a shower or thunderstorm late this afternoon or evening. That's a cool things off. Tomorrow's high will only be in her sixty seven one zero three WCBS. Governor Cuomo has announced a thirteen billion dollar plan to expand JFK airport. He says most of the funding would come from private sources. The governor is also again calling for congestion pricing to fund someway improvements. Rich lamb has the story. Governor Cuomo has apparently abandoned the idea that the state and city will go have Z's on paying for the rebuilding of New York City's sprawling subway system saying bluntly, that's not going to happen as he put it. There's only one way that that happens, and that's congestion pricing. Everything else is political blogger and the governor went out of his way to ridicule a de Blasio idea. Well, ideally, we would like to have a millionaires tax. Yes. Yes. I wish I could be a an elected official who lived in the ideal. Unfortunately, I'm an executive. So I actually have to get things done as the governor put it the only realistic option is congestion pricing. We have to get it done. And we have to get it done next year at the association for a better, New York, rich, lamb, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty the NYPD says it's crackdown on the trinitaria gang is led to a drop in crime in the Bronx gang fatally stabbed fifteen-year-old Sandro junior. Guzman Felise in June and a case of mistaken identity. AM New York says since then the NYPD has teamed up with parole officers to limit the movements of gang members and even bar them from going near ethnic, parades or other events where they could cross paths with rival gangs. A queens mother is in custody after her one year old twins somehow suffered severe injuries one of them died. She was completely distraught. Falling down to her knees. In the Judea Kavala says she wanted to hug her neighbor. A thirty year old woman who called nine one one her one year old twins suffered severe body. Trauma and cuts the girl Elena Tarabi died. The boy is in critical but stable condition. There are three other sisters under the age of ten I believe was carrying out the children. They started crying. And I knew the children from the neighborhood. And I wanted to try to help if I could I ask permission. To approach the children, come down something evil happened in the basement apartment of a home here on Ashby avenue. The mother is in custody, so far no charges. Cavalo refuses to believe that she would hurt her children absolutely beautiful person who just absolutely adored her children in Auburndale, queens, Sean Adams, WCBS NewsRadio. Eighty hundreds of New Yorkers are in Washington this afternoon, urging senators to vote against surpreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh Marla diamond caught up with him in Chelsea before their buses pulled out of town. Protesters getting.

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Flu, William Dwyer and CBS discussed on Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

Flu, William Dwyer and CBS discussed on Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

"Seventy five here in Hudson square that one twenty one nineteen in the afternoon, one female student fatally stabbed another in a classroom at a suburban Detroit high school today a seventeen year old stabbed a sixteen year old twice in the chest with a steak knife. Warren police chief William Dwyer says the two were fighting over a boy the victim. And the suspect knew each

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"hudson square" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"hudson square" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Is we speak here at Hudson square. Sixties later on today and fifty nine degrees this morning in Manhattan, and tonight, muggy and actually downright warm tonight. Seventies overnight tomorrow is going to be muggy with a high of eighty one with a spotty shower or thunderstorm Wednesday, clouds some sunny breaks shower thunderstorm, again, the high eighty two and then for Thursday showers around muggy, Eighty-one, cloudy and muggy on Friday with a high of seventy nine degrees. Take a look over my shoulder can see this image here. This is the satellite Justice morning in the open Atlantic. You can see this huge storm hurricane Florence which is rolling towards had. At this point the mid Atlantic coastline. But behind that, you can see one to Moore's rolling Bill cutting off of Africa there, and of course, Florentine looking Florence rather looking healthier than it has been the last couple of days nine fifty w CBS news time on the opening bell report. It's primary day Thursday in New York state, some people looking to November and the possibility Democrats may capture control of the New York state Senate, and that would mean a one-party hold on the house the governor's office and the state Senate if that happens cranes, Greg David tells WCBS expect change the Republicans have been a barrier to lots of progressive legislation that many Democrats wide, and I think it's very clear that a state Senate would remove that barrier, and we'd wind up having a whole series of things happen. The most important would happen. Very quickly is New York rents regulations laws would be overhauled almost immediately. The Democrats who are run. Running and governor Cuomo say they will undo the rent reforms of the nineteen nineties which allowed vacancy decontrol and all kinds of steps that landlords use to make apartments market rate is opposed to rent regulated independent Democrats in the Senate have grabbed a lot of the headlines and and power in in the last couple of years. You really wonder if Republicans might follow suit informed, something on their own to work with the democratic majority. Well, I think that's definitely possible. And that's what's really important in the primary and Thursday. Those independent Democrats are facing primary challengers, most of whom are very progressive. The independent Democrats are generally moderate their opponents are very progressive. And if and if the independent Democrats lose even two or three of them, I think that would be a key step in making the Democratic Party in the Senate even more progressive primary week in New York state, and then it's on November and cranes. Greg David on the line this morning. Thank you. Thank you. W CBS news time nine fifty two. And fifty nine degrees is all we have right now off and on rain today..

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Kalashnikov, maker of AK-47 assault rifle, building an electric car

Dr. Drew Midday Live with Mike Catherwood

01:08 min | 2 years ago

Kalashnikov, maker of AK-47 assault rifle, building an electric car

"Nine the company that makes the. K. forty-seven assault rifle is getting into the, electric car market Kalashnikov debuted the prototype at an arm's ferry in Moscow. Bloomberg reporter Elizabeth chairman says design is a throwback to nineteen seventies Soviet era Russia looks very retro Broad. Grill an online drew some kind of favorable responses, from commentators little different to the kind of snappy in very spotty electric cars that we. Come to get, used, to from the most obvious comic is says, Kalashnikov is also diversifying into other sectors including clothing baking, adding line's been opening shorts, to fill as close and they in Agassi interest and others as well and thinking about. This I mean obviously has significant manufacturing, capabilities of highly complex systems and indepence release that they, put out. They also said that they keep comparing this electric car they actually made themselves Bloomberg reporter Elizabeth

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Tesla, Whitestone Bridge and Bob Larsen discussed on Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Tesla, Whitestone Bridge and Bob Larsen discussed on Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

"Jim Feldman still clearing those two accidents that are in both directions Michael one, is eastbound at. Ocean Parkway in the right lane the other is westbound at flatbush avenue Though that one is on the shoulder still have delays in both directions because of those so again things that you want to, watch out for inbound Ghana's at fort Hamilton Parkway delays continue their through. Construction and then more delays getting out of the northbound BQ heading up to cabin plaza still also some pockets of traffic as you're getting Brooklyn-bound to the Brooklyn Bridge with some roadwork there as, well in queens

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"hudson square" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"hudson square" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Expect delays and cancellations on New Jersey transit as a, result of. The. Equipment installation for positive train control still they're, also having a vending machine ticket difficulties technical. Difficulties because of the Verizon network issue that's. Been there. Pretty much the entire, day two accidents now on the cross. Bronx one is westbound at the Degan you've got. An accident there in the center lane the other is just beyond that just passed the Alexander Hamilton bridge right by the split to the. Upper and lower level of the GWOB that accident has also got the center lane blocked off and now in, queens ISA westbound on the, Woodhaven boulevard you've got a car fire at least one lane is shutdown slowdowns back to at least. The fairgrounds eastbound rubbernecking going Into that same area and then those eastbound delays continue as you're getting into the clearview and then back into Nassau, County, also in Brooklyn northbound BQ. Finally, some good news that crash just before cabin plaza after Atlantic avenue that has finally been cleared away just some, leftover delays that you. Want to watch out for Lincoln tunnel it's about ten to. Fifteen on the outbound side Holland tunnel it's about ten to fifteen is well on the outbound side northbound Garden State Parkway now right around, exit one. Forty. Four broken down vehicle in the center lane, now the forecast from the WCBS weather center. Hot and very humid the rest of the. Santeria with. A mixture of clouds, at hazy sunshine in parts of the. Area shower thunderstorm high temperature Dadfar for ninety heat. Index values near one hundred degrees the shower thunderstorm some areas tonight primarily before they died it's gonna stay warm it's sticky near overnight low. Wages Seventy-six couple of thunderstorms are likely tomorrow especially the higher the bid upper eighties temperature down range from Eighty-three, in Long Beach to ninety. In Newark Eighty-eight Embiid tower with a high temperature close to ninety Bob and even look Hot out the, window here from studio eleven in Hudson square it's two thirty.

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Spain and Portugal swelter as heat wave kills 3 people

WCBS Programming

03:26 min | 2 years ago

Spain and Portugal swelter as heat wave kills 3 people

"Jamie don't be alarmed but I. Think there's a guy following you maybe. We should, get that guard dog we talked about nothing too scary maybe like. A Bichon, with an attitude you know progressive's collision insurance. Covers injured dogs and. Cats and no extra cost, so wait the guy stood up when I stood, up he's on the phone he's, looking right at me Wayne it's just my reflection don't tell. Anyone about, this progressive casualty insurance company and affiliates pet. Coverage not available in. New Hampshire and North Carolina Four thirty eight time for traffic, and weather together. On the eighth with Phil buck. Let's go to New Jersey take a ride on the Garden State Parkway southbound from one forty two in hillside down to one forty in union, you've got a two. Mile stretch of traffic travelling under the speed limit. And, northbound delay to. From one forty four in irvington to one forty seven in east. Orange that's about a three mile stretch, over on route forty six in Parsippany there is flooding blocking a lane the left lane in. Each direction, this is east of two eighty seven Connecticut turnpike southbound lots of traffic from. Forty one and orange down to thirty eight in Milford then, again you've got slow spots. Getting. Through Norwalk and again through Stanford. The Merritt Parkway southbound has a. Delay now from Norwalk down to new Canaan. New York. State through way northbound that's kind of sluggish. From, exit eleven up to. The Palisades Parkway southbound delay between the Palisades and route three. Oh three and we're slowing on the southern state Parkway Eastbound from Hempstead avenue out to, peninsula boulevard LIW Ronkonkoma train this weekend buses replaced the trains between Ronkonkoma and hicksville and service. To and, from Brooklyn on the l. a. double r. is down to an hourly scheduled. This weekend because of work another traffic update in less than, ten minutes on WCBS now. Look. At the forecast with meteorologist Frank. Straight it'll stay warm and muggy. Tonight we'll have partly cloudy skies we only. Dropped seventy. Four in midtown sixties in the cooter suburbs Ultra areas of fog late tonight early tomorrow Heat waves coming up the next few. Days partly sunny high near ninety for tomorrow, Orman muggy with mainly clear skies. Tomorrow night low. Seventy five in mid town Monday and Tuesday we remain hot and humid with sunshine high Ninety-three for Monday and Tuesday Tonight partly cloudy. Low seventy four that, heat wave the. Next few days right now seeing a bit, of sunshine through the clouds in Hudson square Eighty-three degrees eighty three in. Garden city eighty six in Benson her stubby CBS news time four forty hot all. Across Europe and in some cases it's proven. Deadly Larry Miller with more in the foreign, desk sweltering under a wave of hot air blowing in from the, Sahara desert Portugal remains just shy of the. All-time European record temperature of. One hundred eighteen point four degrees never felt like this before laments this. Canadian tourists, were just drenched in Portugal nearly a thousand firefighters tried. To contain a major blaze in Spain at least three men. Of died of heatstroke it's so hot in Europe asphalt is melting, and Swiss police dogs wearing shoes to. Protect their paws Larry Miller CBS news from, a he problem to a pop. Problem a new. Report by the US attorney in Oregon finds farmers there are producing more Marijuana than they can. Sell the release. Of the high intensity drug trafficking report. Has Billy, Williams saying, that overproduction is rampant and illegal. Transport of the product out of state continues unchecked it wasn't that long ago that we talked to grow or James Knox about Oregon's marijuana problem.

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"hudson square" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"hudson square" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Us ninety five instead our next traffic update in less than ten minutes on wcbs now here's the weather forecast with matt windy partly cloudy skies overnight low down to sixty eight but sixty in some suburbs then tomorrow becoming hot and a bit more humid with intervals of clouds and sun high up to ninety a shower thunderstorm in spots on sunday heidi six i'm meteorologist met randy and the wcbs weather center right now white plains at sixty nine seventy five of the newark airport here it hudson square manhattan at the w cbs news studios fair skies seventy four degrees w cbs news time eleven forty so there i am at laguardia terminal a the old pretty one with a huge world war two era mural on the wall by james brooks and i asked myself this what is this wings council on the arts two thousand eighteen residents so i go up to the booth and ask the woman behind it what is this so we are part of an artist residency program to the council on the arts and the port authority lexi smith is one of the artists and so as gillian jacobs from the moment they walk away we have till they land which we think of as our deadline to write them new and unique story a story written just for you it's called landing pages and like the mural and statues and other artwork here it's paid for by the government like it was during the works progress administration the wpa constantly occupied with an artist from queens who has a very interactive engaging compelling project council director of hong yee lee crack our in charge of this generation of government funded art at least in queens next we'll be a sound artists will make what she calls a sound map of la guardia so you can tell towns like all different parts of the airport without being anyway your ticket and this is your story number and it will be waiting for you okay emailed of course though britain old school electric typewriter just goes the story a good one but i'm gonna keep it to myself it's my own piece of government funded art you want to see the landing pages for yourself it's on.

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Tesla Announces First Foreign Factory in China as Trump’s Trade War Escalates

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

01:03 min | 2 years ago

Tesla Announces First Foreign Factory in China as Trump’s Trade War Escalates

"Disney is building a new high tech home in new york kid is selling its offices on the upper west side and buying the rights to a site ed hudson square disney says it will consolidate much of its new york tv production there including abc news shows like view and it's video streaming operations good morning america will stay in times square tesla shares rose three percent on news of china trip by elon musk tesla has been working on getting a plant in china for more than a year but it's more urgent now because the new auto tariffs tesla has raised the price of its model s and x vehicles pricing out more potential buyers in china it's number two market spongebob squarepants the broadway musical is closing on september sixteenth the closing of the musical based on the nickelodeon character will be the start of a new life for spongebob deadline reports in north america tour will start next year and the plate will be licensed for use by school and youth groups on wall street earnings optimism swept aside trade concerns ahead of results due out this week the dow three hundred twenty points nasdaq up sixty seven.

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