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02:24 min | Last month

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"I'm Jeff Ash. Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney says he's evaluating the next steps the city will take to end three protest encampments now that the federal judge has given the city permission that shut them down. Cable W. City Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe reports. The judge denied a request from encampment residents to bar the city from evicting them. Judge Eduardo Robbery No found the city had preserved the encampment residents constitutional rights, including their right to protest in the procedures. It's used to close the encampments. However, he ordered the city to post a notice giving residents 72 hours warning before the closure. City posted closure notices in July and again last week, But the judge said that was like crying Wolf since it didn't follow through. Mayor Kenny says he appreciates the court's attention but has no updated timetable for closure. Just before the ruling. He said he hoped it would be amicable. Still trying to make this come out the right way for everyone, but they can't stay on public property forever. It's just not tenable, the residents, attorney Mike half, said in a statement. They're disappointed and have not decided whether to appeal. He said They hope the lawsuit raised public awareness of the problem. Of homelessness and motivates elected officials to offer long term solutions. Pat Lowe became Y W. NewsRadio, Pennsylvania has been approved for the extra $300 for jobless workers is part of President Trump's disaster relief executive order. It is cable. W's Kristen Joe Hansen explains. The cash may run out within a few weeks. $1.5 billion from FEMA will goto workers in Pennsylvania making more than $100 in unemployment compensation as part of the Lost Wages Assistance program, the state's labor and industry secretary says they haven't yet received final guidance from the feds and how to run it or how to give it out. So it'll take a few weeks for officials to develop a new system to distribute the funds. Those who are eligible will be paid retroactively. The first of August, and the funds will run for at least three weeks until December. But labor officials say based on their calculations, they may only have enough money for everyone for about a month. The state's Department of Health and Human Services is still offering programs to get people through this rough patch. But labor officials and the governor are pushing for the Senate to pass the extension on the extra $600 for jobless workers. Kristen Joe Hansen came by W News radio governor Murphy has unveiled his new budget for New Jersey. I propose a.

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05:34 min | 6 months ago

"jeff ash" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Jeff ash the corona virus pandemic what you need to know from KYW newsradio Philadelphia registered the highest number of covert nineteen deaths in a single day Tuesday the city's top health official says he expects the trend to continue K. Y. W.'s city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb reports health commissioner Tom Farley reported twenty more deaths bringing the total in the city to sixty five he says there were five hundred forty four new cases and a continuing increase means rising fatalities to zero I'm hopeful that a not too distant future we will see a plot telling of the number of new cases detection but the number of people who died from this I'm not so this number of deaths will probably continue to rise over the next few days to a couple of weeks mayor Kenney says the pandemic has savaged the city's budget as well and he will have to offer a completely new one that will call for large cuts in city services to make up not only for the expense of fighting the virus but the crash in revenue cycle to be nice to people going to complain and they are expect certain things to be done they're not going to be done but there's no money there's no money the only bright nobody offered is that it won't be for ever Pat Loeb KYW newsradio Pennsylvania governor wolf now ordering flags on all state buildings and facilities across the Commonwealth to be flown at half staff until further notice in honor of the victims of the pandemic he says this virus process prevents us from honoring the dead at traditional gatherings but he hopes the lowering of the flags provide some solace to the grieving families and friends who have lost loved ones in this crisis there have been five more deaths in Montgomery County connected to the corona virus bringing the total to thirty two there's been a total of about thirteen hundred positive cases county officials say they could be nearing the peak K. Y. W. suburban bureau chief Jim bell work reports what kind of commissioner balaka says modeling shows the county could be entering its peak but she says she is optimistic for the state of Pennsylvania as a whole what we're seeing in our numbers and what we're hearing from our local hospitals tells me that the vast majority of you are really doing a good job with staying home that it is making a difference here but she says that can unravel quickly if people stop listening to stay at home orders those of you who are young and healthy and think that you can go out it doesn't really matter that's just not true because you could be carrying this virus you can you could be contagious and not realize it and you could if in fact somebody else our closest thirty four of the seventy five long term care facilities in Montgomery County have been hit by the virus with one hundred forty cases among residents across those facilities and fifty three cases among staff members in Eagleville Jamelle work K. Y. W. news radio New Jersey reports over forty four thousand positive cases of covert nineteen more than twelve hundred of them ending in death South Jersey reports at least forty one deaths among over twenty one hundred confirmed cases the state is taking further steps to control public gatherings as we hear from K. Y. W. South Jersey bureau chief David Madden state and county parks and forests are now closed governor Phil Murphy says he doesn't have much of a choice we have seen far too many instances where people are gathering in groups in our parks Heironeous Lee thinking since they're outside social distancing doesn't matter nothing could be further from the truth public health emergencies been extended another thirty days the general state of emergency is open ended Murphy notes there are early signs the infection curve may be leveling a bit but that's no reason to lighten up on social just insing efforts almost half of the state's nursing homes have been hit by the virus and staffing levels are starting to be affected health officials are developing a statewide plan to address that they're also cautions going out to health care workers who may come down with the virus not to return to duty until they're over it in South Jersey David Madden KYW newsradio another death in the eagles family running back Timmy brown has died brown played for the birds from nineteen sixty to sixty seven he died Saturday in southern California the same day as former eagles kicker Tom Dempsey brown also acted he appeared in the movie version of mash and Nashville he had over twenty movie and TV acting credits roll number twenty two out of ball state Timmy brown was eighty two a federal appeals court has ruled in favor of Texas in a legal battle battle over whether or not abortion clinics can stay open during the states stay at home order Spondon cleave Nevile says the arguments rounds of debate about if the procedure is essential or not a two to one panel of the fifth US circuit court of appeals threw out a lower court opinion that it blocked an order banning abortions in Texas during the corona virus pandemic according to the ruling the lower court ignored state emergency health regulations which allow emergency measures to cut back constitutional rights as long as they're related to the public health crisis in this case the state of Texas says abortion clinics use up personal protective equipment that can be used in the fight against covert nineteen last month Texas Republican governor Greg Abbott ordered hospitals to cancel non essential surgeries in order to free up hospital space and supplies that might be needed for coronavirus patients and doctors injured on the job insurance.

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01:40 min | 1 year ago

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"I'm Jeff ash. many state lawmakers been charged with possessing child **** Hey why W's Justin Trudeau reports Republican senator Mike former was arrested Tuesday night on twenty five thousand dollars bail his case is being handled by the state's Attorney General in Sylvania state senator Michael former was arrested after an investigation into the social media website tumblr claim to authorities the user had uploads helper naga feet to their services after an investigation officials allegedly found images of child **** on former cell phone when they executed a search warrant at his health in Lebanon county about seventy miles north west of Philadelphia he's now facing felony charges of sexual abuse of children possession of child **** in criminal use of a communication facility the sixty three year old Republican was elected was fourth term last November long considered one of the chamber's most conservative members former was crucial in helping swing Republican votes behind a bill to legalize medical marijuana in twenty sixteen just the nude okay wide W. newsradio a former president of Radnor township board of commissioners will spend more than twelve years in prison after pleading guilty to charges involving images of child sexual abuse sixty eight year old Phillip are also was sentenced to ten years probation and must now register as a sex offender under Megan's law in assisting US eternity says that his days are over of exploiting his position of trust in the community for his perverse gratification. state troopers believe that they found the remains of a Pennsylvania mother who's been missing for sixteen years the details from cable I W. crime and justice reporter Kristin Johannsen law enforcement sources say witness.

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04:27 min | 1 year ago

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"Jeff ash a federal jury says a Camden cop who punched a suspect twelve times in the head is not guilty of using excessive force they wanna use Mike denardo reports Camden County police officer Nicholas Roman Tino wiped away tears as a jury returned the not guilty verdict it was the second time he faced a federal trial on charges he used excessive force the first ended in a mistrial in June Roman Tino was caught on police body cams repeatedly punching unarmed suspect Edward Ming well at twelve times in the head prosecutors said the force violated make well as civil rights but the defense argued meaning well was resisting arrest and the force was justified a statement from county spokesman Dan cations says the department respect the jury's decision and that now an internal investigation into Roman Tino's conduct will begin the officer's attorney is Daniel right back we'll see with departing wants to do with theirs is currently the ministry of charge pending so I'm sure internal affairs will be in touch with me I'm gonna go from there Roman Tino remain suspended without pay in Camden Mike denardo KYW newsradio jury selection is underway for the trial of a twenty one year old accused of murdering three man a Bucks county farm in the summer of twenty seventeen even those trial won't start until November five jurors have been seated so far Hey why W. suburban bureau chief Jim bell work has more jury selection is underway seven weeks before the start of the trial because of concerns being able to find twelve people in Bucks county who could fairly decide the fate of Sean crafts those concerns appear on warranted as two jurors were seated before lunch on the first day of jury selection cracks is accused of killing Tom Mayo demon Carol March third just then burying them a twelve foot deep hole in a strawberry farm crisis cousin Cosmo denardo pleaded guilty to those three murders and also the murders of Jimmy Patrick he's in prison for the rest of his life if convicted Kratz would face the death penalty before jury selection started the judge asked Kratz about plea offers for prosecutors crowd said he was aware of the. and was rejecting them crunch previously backed out of a plea of fifty nine two hundred eighteen years at the last minute as trial scheduled to start November sixth and is expected to last two weeks into real time Jim out working with a with his radio the chairman of the house Judiciary Committee says the president should be impeached on the eve of what he calls his committee's first impeachment hearing house Judiciary Committee chairman Gerald Nadler says it's his personal opinion president trump should be impeached appearing on W. NYC Nadler said behavior like trashing the constitution trashing the norms that guarantee democratic government and taking steps so the president becomes more of a tyrant cannot be tolerated but he added the house should not move ahead with impeachment without public support Nadler says impeachment is important even if the Senate doesn't remove the president from office because Congress must quote vindicate the constitution to rebuild under Washington lawyers for president trump and his family's business or trying to figure out how to respond to a subpoena from new York's district attorney prosecutors want to see tax returns as part of a criminal probe the subpoena was sent to masers USA it's the long time accounting firm for Mr trump and the trump organization the Manhattan D. A. is seeking eight years of the president's tax returns according to a source familiar with the subpoena it was first reported in The New York Times the subpoena was issued as part of the district attorney's investigation into hush money payments made to stormy Daniels and other women to keep their stories from going public during the election prosecutors are examining whether the company falsely accounted for reimbursements to then trump attorney Michael Coen Steve cast and bam your new research from the university of southern California shows just how much bait being is on the rise the study finds that last year the number of young adults using E. cigarettes skyrocketed seven hundred thousand between the ages of eighteen and twenty four began beeping one of the researchers says the results are alarming given the re. and rise of E. cigarette related illnesses and deaths the study also found that young adults do prefer E. cigarette flavors that seem to be targeted to younger age groups including fruit and mint flavors C. vitamin CBS news Los Angeles and California governor Gavin Newsom says he's taking executive action to discourage people from vaping Newsome said he would ban flavored E. cigarette pods he felt the law given that authority I do not believe and.

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02:39 min | 1 year ago

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"Here on CBS News Radio. Two three. Here's traffic and weather together. Now, a lot of construction going on right now in the Schuylkill expressway westbound the right to thirty three that is closed for overnight construction, and then eastbound on the Schuylkill to two in the king of Prussia area, the left lane blocked there. Too much going on volume wise as check out the furniture jam cams. Schuylkill eastbound between finance south street in the city the right lane blocked there. That's a serious closure. So you wanted to try to avoid that area should be cleaned up by the early morning commute and Schuylkill avenue also shutdown between market and chestnut. We'll let you win. That thing is lifted out how the way to the suburbs, we go four seventy six northbound between route one and route thirty the left lane is blocked, but nothing too much going on in that area. And to the jersey majors we go forty two northbound as you approach forty-one, the right and center lanes blocked bear. Next update in less than ten minutes. Malcolm point Poindexter third indicate wine every twenty four hour traffic center. How fast is it? Speeding bullet. All right. Well, maybe not that fast. But it is more powerful than a locomotive. Japan has unveiled a new bullet train that is the fastest ever the alva- exit can reach speeds of up to two hundred twenty four miles per hour or about twenty four miles per hour faster than existing bullet trains that still slower than Meg live, locomotives. They can hit to sixty eight the alpha Xs outfitted with a nose that is seventy two feet long. It's designed to decrease noise and pressure in tunnels, the train begins three years of testing, its developers hope to have an operational by twenty thirty. Jim Chenevey CBS news, you gossip much university of California riverside, researchers looking at a few hundred people who wore portable recorders that picked up bits of their conversations those snippets, analyzed what they found the average person. Gossips fifty two minutes a day, but not bad only about fifteen percent of the gossip is negative. I'm Jim Taylor. CBS news. I'm Jeff ash septa is offering a reward for answers leading to the suspects who shot a region. No rail train conductor west mount airy on Friday. He YWCA Antoinette Lee has the very latest thousand dollars from septa in one thousand from the citizens crime commission officials are hoping that reward and the video released Monday morning, we'll help them find two suspects who attempted to rob a fifty seven year old septa employees as he was exiting the chestnut. He'll westbound train septa police chief Thomas still those two men are sceptres most wanted people. He says incidents like this a rare for septa employees, very rarely do we.

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01:33 min | 1 year ago

"jeff ash" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"I'm Jeff ash. Authorities in New York have arrested Philadelphia police officer after they say he beat up his girlfriend's brother and stole a dog wwltv's Kristin Johannesen reports dressed in Philadelphia police uniform authority say thirty year old and how Lopez drove to Brooklyn to confront his girlfriend's brother about a multi dog Commissioner Richard Roth says they've been advised of the allegations as he leaves work. Don't know what time for certain, and he goes to New York with his girlfriend, apparently at some point there in her brother's home, and an argument ensues result of adult Brooklyn district. Attorney says Lopez choked punched and threatened them in and then still the pup. He's now been charged with assault robbery, larceny and theft. And is also the subject to a departmental investigation. Raw says Lopez will be fired he certainly thirty days. We'll be without Lopez worked in the eighteenth district in his next to in court in June, Kristin Johannesen KYW NewsRadio. Investigators initially thought they were looking into a fatal hit and run crash in west Philadelphia early Sunday, but leaves are now looking for the driver in at least one gunman who was firing at the car while w Steve tawa has more on just what happened early Sunday morning. Police now say a woman who was a passenger in a white 0 jumped out as two men approached the car one of whom fired on them, captain Frank Melillo, the commanding officer of southwest. Detectives says when the gunfire started the driver threw it into reverse and backed over her on Aspen street near forty ninth street door opens she.

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02:57 min | 1 year ago

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"I'm Jeff ash. Our top story at ten thirty one six people are in the hospital. One is in critical condition after a car crashes into them on north Philadelphia street and his KYW's Justin Trudeau reports officials are trying to find out what happened it happened on sixteenth street and Lehigh avenue just before four o'clock Tuesday evening, according to police chief inspector Scott small who says a great Buick ran into a group of people as they were walking across the street now from witnesses they say that there was a fight prior to the auto accident and the forty four year old driver of the Buick century may have intentionally drove the Buick into the Kreil that was involved in the fight small says those people were all taken to the hospital some people from the neighborhood pulled the forty four year old driver out of the vehicle and assaulted him causing injuries to his face right now. He's being held as a prisoner because we're getting information from witnesses and victims. Tmz that this forty four year old driver intentionally drove into a crowd small says the driver of the vehicle was charged with aggravated assault and taken to the hospital where he was treated for his injuries. Justin, Trudeau KYW NewsRadio. At ten thirty two traffic and weather on the twos is funded by window nation. Fifty percent off all styles of windows. Visit window nation dot com on ninety five northbound right as you're approaching Woodhaven road still have this accident the two right lanes are blocked. It's backed up to around academy. Also to ninety five westbound old ninety five southbound new town to route one you do have construction work in the right lane. The Schuylkill expressway westbound we had construction work northbound to to on that ramp that has just cleared there. Now flipping around to the eastbound side of the Schuylkill expressway will be setting up at Gulf mills any minute the right lane. We'll be blocked also university city chestnut street that's closed at thirty eight for water department activity that goes till around five AM tomorrow morning. On the Pennsylvania turnpike. Westbound Ben Salem, construction crews are in the left lane. Also, we are seeing heavy delays out in Delaware. It's ninety five. Northbound crawling from seven to one forty one the three right lanes blocked. That's construction. Also, taking a look at the Middle East furniture jam Cam the styles. You love for the last four ninety five. Southbound only the left lane gets by between twelve th street and terminal avenue in New Jersey, six seventy six both directions at the forty two freeway only one lane getting by and that's a Coney powerbridge still in the opposition from northbound ship us the Betsy Ross to get around it next update in less than ten minutes. I'm Jim how master in the KYW twenty four hour traffic center. Now, the I witnessed weather five day forecast here CBS three meteorologist, Kate Bilo. Increasing clouds overnight less win with a stray light shower, mainly to the north the low forty nine for you Wednesday, mixed clouds and sunshine with a high of sixty three and other chance for a shower at night Thursday brings spotty morning shower chances than some late day sun and will warm.

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01:37 min | 1 year ago

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"I'm Jeff ash Pennsylvania's two US senators expect bipartisan support getting the Bill passed it with target cyber stalkers who go after children measure is on behalf of a young woman from bucks county who was victimized as a middle schooler. Hey, by ws Steve tower reports Madison Zesco is now a twenty year old sophomore in college. It's crucial that victim's rights be reevaluated as often times. I felt that my stalker had more rights neither during the criminal proceedings while the process has not been easy. She refuses to let it define her. Choosing to stand up to my stalker. Visiting a stand up for myself, and my rights and for the rights of others has been the best decision. I've ever made daddy next to hers as those family congressman Fitzpatrick as well as Senator Pat Toomey, and Bob Casey, the Bill provides for increased criminal penalties for stalkers up to five years. If the victim is a minor when she was just thirteen Madison was cyber stalked by a friend's father on social media. You pleaded guilty only to amiss. Demeanor and got probation. Then three years later, the same stalker began making contact again when she was a senior in high school or mother errands azo says people don't think about stalking and context you hear about the escalated crimes of violence, the rape, the sexual assault, and the homicides, but the vehicle the criminal uses to get there is often not spoke of that stocking. Steve Taiwa KYW NewsRadio the son of a Philadelphia. Police commander was killed over the weekend. Four others were also killed as investigators are pulling in witnesses and hoping more people come forward. Ws? Kristen Johanson reports from police headquarters people were shot over the weekend..

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01:39 min | 1 year ago

"jeff ash" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Jay. Jeff ash, Pennsylvania's two US senators expect bipartisan support getting the Bill passed that would target cyber stalkers who go after children measure is on behalf of a young woman from bucks county who was victimized as a middle. Schooler KYW's. Steve towel reports. Madison Zaza, oh is now a twenty year old sophomore in college. It's crucial that victim's rights be reevaluated as often times. I felt that my stalker had more rights than at during the criminal proceedings while the process has not been easy. She refuses to let it define her using to stand up to my stalker. Visiting a stand up for myself, my rights, and for the rights of others has been the best decision. I've ever made daddy next to hers as those family congressman Fitzpatrick as well as Senator Pat Toomey, and Bob Casey, the Bill provides for increased criminal penalties for stalkers up to five years. If the victim is a minor when she was just thirteen Madison was cyber stalked by a friend's father on social media. He pleaded guilty only to a misdemeanor and got probation. Then three years later the same. Stalker began making contact again, when she was a senior in high school or mother errands azo says people don't think about stalking and context you hear about the escalated crimes of violence, the rape, the sexual assault, and the homicides, but the vehicle the criminal uses to get there is often not spoke of that stocking. Steve Taiwa KYW NewsRadio the son of the Philadelphia. Police commander was killed over the weekend. For others were also killed as investigators are pulling in witnesses and hoping more people come forward ws, Kristin Johannesen reports from police headquarters people were shot over the weekend. Five died,.

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01:37 min | 1 year ago

"jeff ash" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"I'm Jeff ash Pennsylvania's two US senators expect bipartisan support getting into Bill passed that with target cyber stalkers who go after children measure is on behalf of the young woman from bucks county who was victimized as a middle. Schooler Tabei ws Steve towel reports. Madison Zesco is now a twenty year old sophomore in college. It's crucial that victim's rights be reevaluated as often times. I felt that my stalker had more rights neither during the criminal proceedings while the process has not been easy. She refuses to let it define her. Choosing to stand up to my stalker. Choosing to stand up for myself, my rights and for the rights of others has been the best decision. I've ever made daddy next to hers as those family congressman Fitzpatrick as well as Senator Pat Toomey, and Bob Casey, the Bill provides for increased criminal penalties for stalkers up to five years. If the victim is a minor when she was just thirteen Madison was cyber stalked by a friend's father on social media. He pleaded guilty only to a misdemeanor and got probation. Then three years later the same stalker began making contact again when she was a senior in high school, her mother errands as says people don't think about stalking and context here about the escalated crimes of violence, the rape, sexual assault, and the homicides, but the vehicle the criminal uses to get there is often not spoke of that stocking. Steve Taiwa KYW NewsRadio the son of a Philadelphia. Police commander was killed over the weekend. Four others were also killed as investigators are pulling in witnesses hoping more people come forward. Ws? Kristen Johanson reports from police headquarters. Eat people were shot over the weekend..

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04:08 min | 1 year ago

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"I'm Jeff ash mother and her daughter being held without bail charged with the murders of five of their family members inside the Mars Ville apartment. They all shared KYW suburban bureau chief, Jim Melwert has the latest forty-five-year-old chain a decree in her nineteen year old daughter Dominique decree are charged with five counts of criminal homicide and one count of conspiracy. They're accused of killing five of the relatives. Shane decrease forty two year old sister Jamila Campbell decrees own children twenty five year old my era. Smith thirteen year old Damon decree and Campbell's twins, Erica and Damani Allen, both age nine bucks county DA Matt one trope choked up and had to pause announced the names of the children. Wish I didn't have to report it didn't have to deal with it. But we're born to do it. So we do and we will do our best to get Justice for those girls and the other three victims, according to the criminal complaint at the hospital shayna and Dominique decree initially blamed three men for the murders. But eventually confessed to choking the victims. The complaint says daughter Dominique decree had visible marks on her throat and repeatedly said she wished to die mother shayna decree quoted in the complained at the hospital saying everyone in the apartment, even the thirteen year old and the nine year olds wanted to die in doylestown, Jim Melwert, KYW NewsRadio. A man who worked within the city's streets department has been arrested on dozens of rape and sexual assault. Charges connected to several attacks in south Philadelphia. KYW's Kristen Johanson has that story detective say Thirty-seven-year-old Williams preyed on about a dozen women armed with a knife and following victims to their homes and businesses on the bike offer comments. He would make. One part of this pattern. All the ones for captain of the special victims unit. Mark Bergman says Williams attacks could have started more than two years ago. We are going back looking at crimes seat may have been responsible for has resulted media covers a lot of people's called and report in the mail. Didn't wanna report him at the time. And they say there may be a pattern about the victim see chooses, including those who may not be in this country legally Commissioner Richard Ross or anyone who may have been targeted by Williams to come forward. Your victim. Your victim. We're not concerned about your status. And it's important to emphasize that Williams has worked with the city since last summer and has a record including robbery burglary and theft convictions. Krista, Joe Hansen KYW NewsRadio officials in south Philadelphia of join forces to fight back against sexual assaults following the arrest of a man accused of attacking multiple women in the neighborhood. KYW's Justin adjust. The new has the story. Thirty-seven-year-old Safina Williams is under arrest for multiple rapes and sexual assaults. Act city councilman Kenyatta Johnson say terrified hisself Philadelphia neighborhood for more than two years men were reaching out to me saying that their spouses didn't feel safe tons of women have reached out to me via social media and my office Senate he didn't feel safe Tuesday during a public safety walk on Bancroft avenue where the most recent known attack took place Johnson and victims advocates let neighbors know what they can do to better protect themselves. We don't show a United effort, then we're going to lose the battle committed Dickerson with the organization town watch came out to let people know about resources to better fight back against crime to let the neighbors know that they have every right to live a great quality of life. Dickerson's says she wanted to let folks know that a safe neighborhood starts with strong relationships. We have to be each other as in ears sometimes listening and just being occurring face to say, you know, I support you if you should meet the talk because that's where it starts at. Johnson says they will continue to work with neighbors around different issues as they address public safety Justin Trudeau KYW NewsRadio. Hundreds of passengers are free to roam on dry land. After spending nearly thirty six hours aboard an Amtrak train stranded in the snowy, Oregon mountains for two straight nights. One hundred eighty three passengers aboard Amtrak's coast Starlight tried to make the best of it. Living on a diet of snack foods trying to stay warm and passing the time to make matters worse. Parents ran out of diapers. Luckily, it really nice lady.

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04:38 min | 1 year ago

"jeff ash" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"I'm Jeff ash US. Attorney Bill mix Wayne has filed a civil lawsuit against a nonprofit called safe house first in the nation plan supervised drug injection site was looking for a judge's ruling before it opens to avoid arrest prosecutions for forefeiture hearings YWCA Steve tower reports US attorney Bill mix Wayne who took office last spring as long signalled that he would not look the other way and have the full force of Justice department support the first of its kind in the United States to ask the US district court to declare that so-called supervised injection sites violate federal law. The lawsuit is against the nonprofit safehouse which wants to open a facility in the Kensington section ground zero in the United States for the heroine epidemic in our view that is a moderate incremental reasonable step in response to what safe houses doing mix. Wayne says the law. Is clear and in his words, it's my job to respect and enforce the rule of law. He says if safehouse wants to operate an injection site, it should work through the democratic process to try to change the law while the issue has not yet been tested in the US in Canada, it has and the supreme court there ruled safe injection sites could be exempted because saving lives outweighs federal law on illegal drug use, Steve tawa, KYW NewsRadio. Safe house leaders say they welcomed the US attorney civil suit because they disagree with his interpretation of the law and agree. A judge should settle the matter. W city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb reports safehouse board member Rhonda gold. Find says she's grateful mix Wayne has not taken a heavy handed approach. It doesn't feel like an adversarial conflict. It feels like a genuine dispute that needs someone else to weigh in on gold fine. If the aids law project was among those who stepped up when the city requested an outside partner to open a comprehensive user engagement site cute. As they're known allow use of illegal drugs inside their doors. They also provide treatment counseling clean needles fed, no test strips and medical care to prevent overdoses DA. Larry crasner says the need is clear and frowns on mix. Wayne's lawsuit wealth hundred people die last year. I think it is inexcusable to play politics with their lives. And I think that's exactly what's happening here. Pat Loeb, KYW NewsRadio following charges against IB. W local ninety eight leader John Docherty and Philadelphia city councilman Bobby Heenan federal authorities are continuing their investigation is K by ws. Kristen Johannesen reports. More charges could be filed. Sometimes what federal officials find during a grand jury investigation or indictment will lead them somewhere else or two more charge. It says attorney David Rudolph ski with the university of Pennsylvania law school. The government will take its leads to where they go and oftentimes more people can be investigated and some charged as a result of the original information. One example, the case of former Philadelphia district attorney Seth Williams who was indicted by a grand jury, and eventually pleaded guilty to a single bribery charge in two thousand seventeen he was later sentenced to find years in prison. The feds started to look at Williams only after a grand jury investigation into a businessman Mohammed Ali about tax fraud. He had connections with Williams. It's certainly not unusual in this case sources, say pieces of Williams investigation has ties to Dougherty in those cases in which they continue their investigation and find grands for additional related charges. That's where you see this so-called superseding indictment. We're the grand jury tax on more charges and possibly more defendants, but we're dos. Q says it's important to remember the very nature of a grand jury is one-sided grand jury on the ears their evidence not the defense evidence. Kristen Johanson, KYW NewsRadio. A man suspected of sexually assaulting a woman on a Paco train last month is now under. Arrest? They wanted us. Mike Giardi has that story. Charles are Kano of or he's is charged with sexually assaulting a twenty two year old woman while they wrote a Pat co speed line train between Philadelphia and New Jersey in the early morning hours of Sunday, January twenty seventh. The Camden County prosecutor's office says the attack was caught on surveillance video the forty-five-year-old suspect was arrested by the Delaware river port authority police in Philly. He's awaiting extradition to Camden County for a pretrial hearing are Kano faces sexual assault aggravated assault and related charges. Mike, Darty KYW NewsRadio. And now it's time for KYW sports. Sponsored by septa up all night with twenty plus routes that run twenty four hours so is septa. Learn more at up to Philly.

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"jeff ash" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"jeff ash" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"I'm Jeff ash facing a divided congress for the first time, President Trump gave a wide range, gene state of the union address on Tuesday night. KYW's Justin Trudeau talked to a local expert shortly after the speech while the state of the union had a major focus on building a wall on the country southern border to combat illegal immigration, President Trump also paid a lot of attention to the economy Drexel University, professor of political science bowl, Rosenberg one of the president's. Smaller comets is what resonated with him. What particularly stood out to me almost like a sore. Thumb is the president making a reference about the investigation. The partisan investigation out. His administration Rosenberg says, the president leading a special birthday song for holocaust survivor, who was in attendance showed some unity between the parties was the first night that there's ever been a bipartisan happy birthday to you song delivered on state of the union and the United States house of representatives. So that was truly a unifying moment. He says the president's tone for the evening and his cold. For unity or things that may have caught some viewers by surprise he handled himself in a way that was very controlled. And really got his message out Rosenberg says in addition to the response over the next twenty four hours, it's up to the Democrats would there's been on what they took away from the president's speech. Just the Nudo KYW NewsRadio governor wolf delivered his budget address Tuesday in his KYW Harrisburg bureau chief, Tony Romeo reports. GOP leaders in the legislature are optimistic. The governor's budget proposal does not involve increasing broad based taxes, including state income and sales taxes. Even if wolf last week did again proposed tax on natural gas drillers the governor wants to spend an additional two hundred million dollars on basic education and an extra fifty million dollars a piece for early education in preschool programs. Some of that money would be earmarked to boost the salaries of Pennsylvania's lowest paid teachers life plan increases the pay floor for teachers to forty five thousand dollars a year. While Republican leaders are not giving a wholesale endorsement to olive. Wolf specific proposals reaction to his speech from Senate majority leader, Jake Corman was typical. I think there is a lot there that we can embrace and get behind least generically in particular. GOP leaders cited wolves workforce development proposals in Harrisburg, Tony Romeo, KYW NewsRadio. It's a sign of the times. Philadelphia's city council members and their staffs got training on Tuesday on how to administer the overdose. Reducing drug Narcan KYW city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb reports first thing you wanna do 'cause councilwoman Cindy bass organized the training after hearing about a fatal overdose in Dil worth park steps from city councils entrance where employees pass in many times daylight, you never know when you could be in a circumstance where you could save someone's life, sadly true in a city wherein estimated seventy thousand people use opioids daily training included tips to be sure the apparent victim is actually overdosing and not just in a deep.

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"jeff ash" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"jeff ash" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"I'm Jeff ash facing a divided congress for the first time, President Trump gave a wide range, gene state of the union address on Tuesday night. KYW's Justin Nudo talk to a local expert shortly after the speech while the state of the union had a major focus on building a wall on the country southern border to combat illegal immigration, President Trump also paid a lot of attention to the economy, but for Drexel University, professor of political science bowl, Rosenberg one of the president's. Smaller comets is what resonated with him. What particularly stood out to me almost like a sore. Thumb is the president making a reference about the investigations artisan investigation out. His administration Rosenberg says, the president leading a special birthday song for holocaust survivor, who was in attendance showed some unity between the parties was the first night that there's ever been a bipartisan happy birthday to you song delivered on a state of the union and the United States house of representatives. So that was truly a unifying moment. He says the president's tone for the evening and has. Calls for unity or things that may have caught some viewers by surprise he handled himself in a way that was very controlled. And really got his message out Rosenberg says in addition to the response over the next twenty four hours, it's up to the Democrats would there's been on what they took away from the president's speech. Just the Nudo KYW NewsRadio governor wolf delivered his budget address, Tuesday and his KYW Harrisburg bureau chief, Tony Romeo reports. GOP leaders in the legislature are up the mystic the governor's budget proposal does not involve increasing broad base taxes, including state income and sales taxes. Even if wolf last week did again proposed a tax on natural gas drillers the governor wants to spend an additional two hundred million dollars, basic education and an extra fifty million dollars a piece for early education in preschool programs. Some of that money would be earmarked to boost the salaries of Pennsylvania's lowest paid teachers might plan increases the pay floor for teachers to forty five thousand dollars a year. While Republican leaders are not getting a wholesale endorsement. Olive oil specific proposals reaction to his speech from Senate majority leader, Jake Corman was typical. I think there is a lot there that we can embrace and get behind least generically in particular. GOP leaders cited wolves workforce development proposals in Harrisburg, Tony Romeo, KYW NewsRadio. It's a sign of the times. Philadelphia's city council members and their staffs got training on Tuesday on how to administer the overdose. Reducing drug Narcan KYW city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb reports first thing you wanna do councilwoman Cindy bass organized the training after hearing about a fatal overdose in worth park steps from city councils entrance where employees pass in many times daylight, you never know when you could be in a circumstance where you could save someone's life, sadly true in a city wherein estimated seventy thousand people use opioids daily training included tips to be sure the apparent victim is actually overdosing.

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"jeff ash" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"jeff ash" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Dot org good morning i'm jeff ash in the news at this hour president trump has just arrived moments ago in singapore ahead of tuesday's historic summit with north korea president kim jong hoon the last the old paco train cars will take their final trip today before they're sent off for total refurbishment philadelphia labor leader since council and extraordinary ladder everything put in writing what it said and how councils responding i'm pat loeb south of the betsy ross bridge and under i ninety five the frankford creek greenway open the best trail networks in the entire country i'm steve power in sports the slumpy philly's got shellacked by milwaukee twelve to three and justify wins the belmont stakes and becomes the thirteenth horse win the triple crown kyw news time eight thirty two time for traffic and transit on the twos of right now on the schuylkill expressway it is westbound construction work at mall boulevard they have all lanes temporarily blocked they are setting up a poll here that is the reason for this temporary closure again it is the schuylkill expressway westbound at mall boulevard old lane's temporarily blocked due to construction workers i'm looking at it now in the middle east furniture jam cam the styles you love for less they are now just starting to move so traffic is starting to move again we have four vehicles blocking all lanes now just starting to move stick with it's gonna take you a couple of extra minutes martin luther king drive shutdown today recreational activity kelly drive also closed both directions fountain green and strawberry mansion that's four regatta that goes till five o'clock this afternoon forty to fifty five to ninety five all looking good next update in less than ten minutes i'm jim master in the trumark financial twenty four hour traffic center welcome back to flashpoint dab your host cheri gregg on tuesday.

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"jeff ash" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"jeff ash" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"At c3iotcom jeff ashes ear another day for the eagles to lick their wounds after sunday's that wasn't their team tonight i it is we're all disappointed by your that's a that's just not that's not good enough that's on our team that's on who we then the sixers just seven for thirty from 3point range joel embiid with 22 points but shot just seven for eighteen from the floor through the ice where the flyers play it had been tin tomorrow night this after snapping a ten game skid last night dousing the flames in calgary five the to a lesser breeze i mean us bottom line kamata games that uh that are close games games you play well and but you don't have the results especially when it goes on for uh you know for as long as it did for us head coach dave hack stall scott and scored twice for the orange and black brian elliott made forty three saves the phillies avenue bench coach cheese rob thompson who have been on joe girardi staffed with the new york yankees that support sign jeff ash kyw newsradio step up next on cuban detainees waiting here's our ferrari killer and it's an.

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"jeff ash" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"jeff ash" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Erma send them higher i'm jeff ash maryland mike were happy a thirty seventeen eagles win in washington and the phillies lost in the nation's capital three two two i'm steve potisk at bloomberg wall street may be ready for opposed landfall earlier relief rally and clouds may be forming for those solar industry futures higher our this morning 14 points up for the sp forty six for the nasdaq futures ahead thirty two i'm cbs three meteorologist katie fehlinger lots of sunshine another beautiful day up to seventy eight degrees the clouds began to slowly build tonight but all in all a pretty nice night coming up data just sixty coming up some wet weather is in our future and it is the remnant least jer from erma lau time out for you when we check eyewitness weather on kyw newsradio clear skies right now fifty nine degrees we're headed to seventy eight kyw news time five thirty two sam clover with traffic and transit on the twos points lebron a couple things are going on already this warning for most of his going to be fine drives nice comfortable and dry drive south on ninety five or truck lost of tyre was blocking the right lane for a while he managed to limp over to the right shoulder of the roadway the south china cotonou depend on is on the way to help this guy out no delays yet we'll keep an eye on a for you than when we last left you towards the airport some debris apparently trash scattered on the roadway south on ninety five near island avenue that's part of the left lane blocked again pen busy this morning with that too everything beyond that of loses all ride north of 95 is clear since the schuylkill expressway i seventy six we had a lot of construction within the hour both ways around four seventy six the blue route and also also we had some construction down towards gulf meals all now cleared out of the way on.

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