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"jessica layton" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Traveling or shopping, but it's certainly making things uncomfortable for some reporter Jessica Layton and Weehawken, New Jersey with fewer flights in the pandemic. Passengers say the plane's air packed for carpet that Just too close for comfort happen. Move Harley at malls here in the tri State area. You may be surprised at the crowds in this time of Cove. It points welcomes spot and repression, Taylor says. It was even worse. Inside. Chaos, like a bazaar was packed. I was 20 minutes and I quickly came out. There's a sticking closer to home, our parents and us and our dog. Um yeah, So we're just trying to say is safest possible. Another round of pardons from President Trump Here's correspondent Paula re just moments after he stepped off Air Force one to begin his holiday at his Mar a Lago resort. The White House released a list of new clemency actions by President Trump, including a full pardon for his son in law. Jared Kushner, his father, Charles, who was convicted and sentenced to two years in jail for preparing false tax returns. With this retaliation and making false statements to the SEC, the president also pardoned former campaign chairman Paul Manafort and longtime ally Roger Stone. President. Trump also vetoed a defensive funding bill yesterday. The House and Senate plan to meet next week to vote on overriding that veto. A powerful storm system is moving into the eastern U. S. After slamming the Midwest in California, Hi, Santa Ana winds are increasing the danger of fires that's led to rolling blackouts. This canyon country homeowner says she isn't sure I'll show Cook Christmas dinner. I understand that. You know, there might be a fire. I get that. What I don't get Edison is how do you turn off one side of the street and you leave the other side of the street on angry truck drivers have been held up at the English Channel because of new covert related restrictions..
Video Shows Woman Being Assaulted For Allegedly Asking Another Staples Customer To Put On Mask, New Jersey
"That disturbing to speed called on camera over face coverings, a woman who recently under what a liver transplant was pushed and assaulted because she asked another woman inside a staple store to put on her mask. Just four months after having a liver transplant, Margo Kegan didn't think she'd be having another surgery again so soon. It's really actually quite painful. Then again, who would dream they'd get assaulted and suffer a broken tibia. Simply for asking someone around her to wear a mask inside a staples. And there was a woman on the other side of the having dividers that they have everywhere. Now. She wasn't wearing it either. She was wearing it below her chin. Margot is particularly concerned about covert 19 because she's immune compromised on I said, You really should put on your mask. She proceeded to curse at me, But police say the irate suspect didn't just scream obscenities surveillance video shows she picks up the victim's walking cane before forcefully grabbing her and throwing her to the ground. Even the plastic partition meant to protect customers crashes to the floor. Ah, shocking turn of events. Considering moments before this, Margot asked another customer. To put on his mask in there were no problems, but he was wearing it below his nose, although from the video, it appears nobody rushed to help her off the floor. There were definitely witnesses to this rogue attack. CBS New York's Jessica Layton. The assault suspect has not been arrested. Yet You can watch the video that captured the shocking altercation on K Index. 10 70
NYPD uses unmarked van to arrest woman accused of damaging police cameras
"Be the NYPD warrant squad that took a woman into custody issue was walking with protesters threw Kips Bay Tuesday afternoon, prompting some in the crowd to believe she'd been abducted since those who grabbed her. We're not in uniform, and she was forced into an unmarked grave minivan, CBS two's Jessica Layton spoke with a protester near the scene, a 25th and second Avenue, trying to separate myself from the office on a protest when he threw his bike. I just put a little in my hands. The stuff between the men in plain clothes and the unmarked Van Laster and others say it looks like a kidnapping. But the NYPD says the woman they arrested 18 year old Nicky Stone was wanted for spray painting the lenses of six police cameras during separate criminal incidents in and around City Hall Park. Police also say this squad uses unmarked vehicles to find wanted suspects, adding the arresting officers were assaulted with rocks and bottles. City Comptroller Scott Stringer took to Twitter to demand answers, as did public advocate Germany, Williams and Council manner. Councilmember Carlina Rivera, The NYPD offered an explanation on Twitter. Hours later, around 9 p.m.
"jessica layton" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"They can both donate plasma with hopes of saving a life we're live in Hackensack New Jersey tonight Jessica Layton CBS two news good to see her healthy again Jessica thank you other headlines now a major step forward in New Jersey today as it moves closer to getting the state back up and running once again slowly but surely governor Murphy detailed an executive order that is allowing some non essential businesses to re open beginning Monday and nonessential construction will get the go ahead to restart and nonessential retail stores will also be allowed to open for curbside pickup governor Murphy says the move comes as social distancing continues to work and as we begin our long road back we will need to keep it up to keep seeing these lines moved downward and that will give us even more confidence for the steps yet to come vehicles such as drive in movies or really governor says drive in movie theaters and drive in religious services can also resume outdoor graduations will be allowed as long as people stay in their cars and now in New York governor Cuomo also gave an update on how close parts of that state are close to re opening once again the city still needs to meet three more benchmarks including a decline in the number of new hospitalizations and an increase in the total available hospital and ICU beds Long Island and the mid Hudson Valley missing two benchmarks of fourteen day decline and death and also the number of new hospitalizations governor Cuomo now asking Washington to help fill a sixty one billion dollar funding gap if our budget doesn't work who gets caught police firefighters schools local governments the very people who we need to fight this virus in the very people who we all call the essential workers in the heroes regions in the state have reached all seven and benchmarks they include north country finger lakes the southern tier and also Mohawk valley the new York city council passed a series of bills today aimed at helping small businesses one puts a fifteen percent quarter cap on the commission that third party delivery services can charge their restaurants see also announced that twelve more miles of traffic free open streets will be accessible starting tomorrow and nine miles of new protected bike lanes in Brooklyn queens and Manhattan will be phased in this month if you'd like more information on this just head to our website CBS New York dot com a treatment to fight the Spanish flu a century ago is now a weapon in the battle against corona virus but doesn't work here CBS Tuesday Brennan most Camarda made it through covert nineteen had decided to donate his plasma to the New York blood center we first met Russ last month when he was just recovering from the illness it was pretty brutal it was a piece that was a monster it's been five weeks are you feeling now I feel much better the corona virus was a terrifying sixteen day ordeal for Kamara and he wanted some good to come out of it why did you do it you felt so defeated and so frightened by what your prospects for when you respect you wanted something to feel like a victory something or feel like you could contribute this is the process was painless and only took about thirty minutes the idea take the plasma from the blood of someone who's recovered from the virus and give it to a patient's still fighting it the antibodies in the plasma then fight the illness convalescent plasma program isn't a nominal response in a wartime effort for extreme cases using plasma to fight disease goes back a hundred years but only very recently has been employed against the coronavirus we still don't know if convalescent plasma is an effective treatment against over nineteen but they're using it more and more in the acutely ill because is no that the treatments and demand for the plasma is so high because so much is needed for one treatment blood banks hospital to gather the plasma from up to ten maybe sometimes twelve people to get enough antibodies to transfusion one person so every donation matters and because he made it through west Camarda wants someone else to make it to I am super grateful to be alive and breathing and walking in the song joining this spring what I thought you know I might not have that chance so now the chance to pay it forward in hopes of saving a life and CBS two news tonight the police commissioner is responding to accusations of the NYPD has a racial double standard in enforcing the social distancing the outcry coming after several videos showing people of color in violent confrontations with police CBS two has learned that according to NYPD records the majority of those who've been ticketed and sent to court over social distancing of black and Hispanic still commissioner Dermot Shea says it is not about race no one is talking about the disparity of the last ten homicide victims in New York City we have had death threats on police offices in New York City and their families over ten second videos when the police officers are dealing with individuals that quite frankly bye not with the police department they fight with everyone over one borough president Eric Adams says something needs to change here I would hope that they don't you don't have G. fans forget on the offense to stop in overall aggressive behavior by some police officers in the goal of saving a life can't come in a package of destroying the lives Adams a former NYPD captain added that any threats to the police are on acceptable this graduation season students everywhere are preparing for virtual commencements but some are pressing for the real thing saying this really no substitute for CBS's Christina fan twenty two year old Carissa rose and was looking forward to the pomp and circumstance of a college graduation she's the first in her family to achieve the milestone which is why it was so devastating to receive this message from Bergen county community college we're supposed to graduate at the met life stadium Giants Stadium you know six yard line and now we're there's now there's a slide show you know kind of like a power point so eight I feel cheated since the corona virus broke out schools across the country have cancel ceremonies replacing them with virtual celebrations to the dismay of students high school seniors like Emily wall of west Windsor C. students who put in years of hard work together deserve a proper send off even if it has to be delayed it's hard to feel like you're really saying goodbye are you really having a nice closure when it never felt like you're actually there additions to postpone graduations are trending all over the country on change dot org alone there are over five hundred with hundreds of thousands of signatures in some cases efforts have been successful my letter but Joni says her commencement at LA in college is now re scheduled for September I sent out an email saying I respect and you know I love the school and thank you so much for giving me everything for four years but this is just something that I believe we deserve because we worked so hard for it Rusden who started her own petition is also hoping for the same outcome I feel that you know my graduating class including myself we are robbed of those memories that every other class was able to enjoy a tradition they say is worth any wait Christina fan CBS two news just a moment commuting in the future will we soon need a reservation the ride the subway as people shelter inside wildlife takes over where this deer was spotted in the middle of the city at a recent real estate boom in the burbs what's really behind this buying frenzy.
"jessica layton" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Is gonna cry so it was really just keeper with you got to be quite what they saw okay it's not quite as chilly for your day tomorrow here we go guys we're gonna stop this we leave you with fifty four degrees mostly cloudy with a chance other way voice sorry guys we were trying sh hi ready thanks for spending some time with us here on CBS and New York it is going to be windy and cold in New York and around the area today so I think winter is going to feel like a late winter day today you're high of forty nine in the city it's twenty degrees below normal and those gusty winds again it's a west northwest wind could see gusts to forty miles an hour tonight while decreasing clouds so you lose any insulation and it's thirty eight that's an improvement from last night but still very very cold and then tomorrow still breezy sixty two for you and mom that is an improvement and then want to show you the seventy details to take a chance of a shower Monday morning the notice to Monday and Tuesday both those days are right back in the fifties and then we do see a nice warm up as we wrap up the week but just plan on a windy and chilly one today into tomorrow with houses of worship still close in our area religious leaders are looking for creative ways to connect with the faithful city this is Jessica Layton takes us to boot New Jersey where priestess found success with a new way to hear confession kneeling on concrete making the sign of the cross outside of a shed this is what confession now looks like in the midst of a public health crisis this quarantine experienced a change.
"jessica layton" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Will rely on New York tax payer. We are seeing rights that were hard-fought being taken away from him. And one of those rights is the right to an abortion, mayor de Blasios says a doctor should never be censored from offering honest and truthful advice. Their patients. But he says that's what the Trump administration is doing by setting a so-called gag rule as part of title, ten funding that rule says any clinic or hospital that gets money for family funding will ban, it Stanford, even talking about abortions are public hospitals will continue to give full reproductive care. And that includes information about abortion and access to abortion, and the legal battle on this issue continues, just this last week. The ninth circuit court of appeals rolled in the Trump administration's favor allowing the new regulations to stay in effect for now at Bellevue hospital. Kevin ring WCBS, NewsRadio eighty you'd better watch that speed when you drive a New York City twice, as many speed cameras are being set up in school zones, and they will not only operate during school hours, daily news. Reporting, those cameras going start catching speeders on July eleventh, the city's going to install another forty to sixty cameras per month to reaches the maximum allowed that is seven hundred fifty lawmakers fought hard. For this. They say kids cross a lot of treacherous paths that have seen some terrible accidents. WCBS news time, five twenty two and join a day on the beach on the jersey shore might be out of reach for so for some low income tax paying residents, that's because it's going to cost hundreds for some two by beach, badges CBS twos. Jessica Layton, spoke to as berry park deputy mayor EMMY Quinn about it. I don't believe that we could run this as well without the beach utility money. What would you say to someone who says this badge system across the state,.
"jessica layton" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Reporter, Jessica Layton, is there for being a very large banking firm. There was some smoke. They all had their cell phones out, I heard one woman saying that she was talking to her daughter or another, family members saying it was right. Over me, it was right over me. It could hit me. President Trump has been briefed about the crash and his monitoring the situation again a helicopter has crashed into a building in Manhattan. Governor Cuomo notes for New Yorkers. This is especially tough in a city where planes, tore through the World Trade Center, towers and the September eleventh terror attacks CBS news. Special report and Allison key WBZ news, time one fifty one. President Trump issuing another tariff threat amid a trade war with Beijing. The president says he expects to meet with Chinese leader, Xi Jinping. At this month's G twenty summit in Japan. If she does not show up. The president says he'll put more terrorists into affected China, he made this threat the same day tariffs. He'd threatened against Mexico were to kick in there now on the back burner after the US reached an agreement with Mexico, the president made the China threat after calling into CNBC squawk box this morning, apparently in response to criticism from the US chamber of commerce over the Mexico threat saga. Megani Washington WBZ news, time one fifty two. Now made in Chicago sponsored by urban countertop outside. I hospital on Chicago's west side is celebrating one hundred years, it was established by local businessmen of for the purpose of serving the critical health care needs of it was then Jewish immigrants. And now it's African American militants population, but the needs are still the same in the mission is still the same. This is made in Chicago. We're talking with Sinai health system, president and CEO. Title bound in the early days. Mount Sinai was a hospital that trained employed Jewish doctors who were denied opportunities elsewhere. There was no hospital that had kosher food. So I was laugh and say, for our people. It's always about the food about Sinai is a private nonprofit, and we serve everybody in our community. No matter what there's emphasis placed on mental health treatment, and violence prevention one thing to treat the people who are victims and who are brought to our trauma center. It is quite another. And this is why I love being cyanide, quite another to focus on what can we do to interrupt the cycle of violence, counselor. She says attempt to prevent retribution we don't want just fix people up and send them out into the streets. I think what we will want us to bring the level of violence in Chicago down about side, ice, serving the community for a hundred years. And it's made in Chicago. Mike Krause, her NewsRadio on one five point nine FM. We'll get an update on the markets from Bloomberg's day are rising. That's next WBZ news, time one fifty three. What does building a better Bank? Look like it starts with building. Capital One cafes warm.
"jessica layton" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"On a close metro-north as well. Jersey transit trains, the same except for a couple of cancelled trains, one of the Morris and Essex line on the pass GAC valley line. Our next traffic update less than ten minutes on WCBS seeing the rains, not coming back until maybe much later in the weeks of Craig Allen. Got a couple of beautiful days ahead. Very nice, not as warm as yesterday. But it is going to feel very much like spring temperatures close to normal about seventy within a few degrees of seventy four today. Gusty winds. That's what will definitely feel cooler for the afternoon, tonight, clear cooler, fifty to fifty five in fact, and then tomorrow sunshine with a high between seventy and seventy five Thursday sunny to partly cloudy seventy seventy five again with sixty s along the shore. Here's the first chance of some showers that would be Thursday evening and Thursday. They night and Friday early showers that a mix of sun and clouds, seventy two to seventy seventy tries to warm up in time for the upcoming weekend. I'll tell you ninety s won't be far away, but they don't look like they're going to make it all the way this far north until perhaps late in the nineties. But he'd he surpassed before the holidays over Saturday will be partly sunny, little cool. I mean today, seventy seventy five sixty s along the shore, chance of a shower or two toward evening, and Saturday night, and that it could start warming up again. Four Sunday and Monday sixty right now. Humidity fifty one percent. We have a gusty northwest wind. Joining it around ten to twenty miles per hour. Thank you, Craig, it's five twenty in the morning on Tuesday, man, caught on camera urinating on a memorial to a nine year old cancer victim has apologized to the boy's family CBS Jessica Layton has more from Hamilton township in south jersey, risvan, tears, helped scrub down the monument. Lark Klopp is still grieving, the loss of his.
"jessica layton" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Courses in the country. The husband dad qualified by sinking this pot in South Carolina this week. I'm trying my best and just kind of take it as what I've been doing for twenty years. Now, I know just dial down the circus around me and just focusing and play golf and really just enjoyed the experience. One week will be on like any other week of his year has an instructor at upper Montclair country club out there. My best shot the country club was kind enough to give them a few days off. So he could prepare for his first major. They will be bringing members to Bethpage Black by the busload to be kind of the hometown kid, and and have that comfort that warmth of family so close it's going to be. Yeah, it's going to be magical week number one dad will of course, be there too. So proud of his everything that I hope, you know, and then more and my dad always says your Tyler hall when you start to finish and don't ever lose sight of that good advice from the man who knows him best before two hundred thousand spectators and a TV audience get to know him too. That was Jessica Layton fishing season opened yesterday in New York state for several cool water species, including walleye northern pike and pickerel anglers over the age of sixteen require devastate, fishing license. WCBS news time four twenty three mother's day sneaks up and we hit the panic button. Then we get suckered into some online flower giant advertising nineteen ninety nine flowers that end up costing sixty bucks for nothing special. Not today. Not for the mom who didn't go all w t f when you cut your own hair under great picture day that was mum for the win. That's why mother's day is. Boop, stay, you know, the books right that short for bouquets. And they're amazing boot flowers are picked fresh and delivered right to mom. So they last weeks not days boots even has farms located on the side of all kaneohe that produce flowers, so gorgeous model post picks and say nice things about you and boots cut out the middleman. So you'll get a mazing flowers at an amazing price send the mom's day flowers, your mom. Deserves from the boots order today and get an extra twenty percent off when you enter.
"jessica layton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The threes is still under a winter weather advisory in effect until seven o'clock this morning for now some rain, but it's. Moving out here in Boston and thirty nine degrees. This is WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty where the news watch never stops. Good morning. It's only Wednesday five fifteen February thirteenth in good morning. Glad to have you with us. I'm Jeff Brown. Our top stories now Boston digs out from a nasty round of winter weather, but plan for delays getting to work on the roads rails. And even some cancellations at Logan, many waking up in the cold and the dark the storm knocks out power to about fifteen hundred customers, President Trump may not like what he sees. But it is expected he'll sign off on a funding deal to avoid another government shutdown at in sports Red Sox pitchers and catchers, officially get to work in Fort Myers today. Boston, not the only city dealing with winter weather this week. The current blast makes for some dangerous driving conditions, especially in New York City where old man winter takes the blame for an accident in which a school boss collides with a house. Reporter Jessica Layton is they're just grateful. Susan romano. She was on her way to the gym when she got a frantic call from her neighbor kept saying like the bus went into your house. I didn't know really what she meant the bus with no kids on board slammed into the side of the home around five forty five to one of the most bizarre things anyone in this Bronx neighborhood has ever seen. He tried to swerve turns and hit two cost Julian in her husband helped get the shaken driver out of his feet before he went to the hospital the road was so bad. There was no soul. It was all the flush. He was just slipping. He.
"jessica layton" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Three nine hundred one x. Well, a little bit of snow on the way. Some colder. Temperatures road crews are getting ready. I'm Brian Kelly. Camelot's news time is six thirty. We'll have the update on the local situation in just a few moments. Our forecast, though, does call for some of the rain that might still be falling in the area now to turn into snow later on this morning. And then the temperatures will begin to drop falling into the twenties. Then tonight, very cold and windy down to thirteen and then tomorrow, partly sunny and up to twenty three we're looking for about one to three inches of snow and most of it to the south east. And so we're gonna escape the big mess, but it could still get slick right now, though, it's thirty-five at Edwardsville thirty-three in Saint Charles in thirty five of the gateway arch. Bs news update a dangerous storm is roaring through the nation right now heading northeast, Pennsylvania. Governor Tom Wolfe is ready. The declaration of emergency allows for additional help from neighboring states and stay. Standing up to Pennsylvania national guard to ensure a swift response to possible changing needs WCBS TV. Reporter Jessica Layton is in New York as people prepare for the storm in Yonkers I have my shovel. Got my I got my snow boots. They say con Edison. Better be doing the same. Please help us out Monday could be a wild card for travel as the deep freeze settles in and hope wherever you are this holiday weekend. The winter blast won't be as bad as we.
"jessica layton" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Of Jesus. Getting ready for the big Christmas. Crowds has been a bumper year for tourists coming here. That's off the tourism tourism's really recovered from some flare ups in the Israel Palestinian conflict lost. Here was marred by unrest off the President Trump recognized Jerusalem as Israel's capital, and of course, the Palestinians want east Jerusalem to be the capital of the future state. That's your London. Nell reporting for the BBC w w j news time three thirty five of federal study linking avocados with listeria. There's a simple precaution. You can take the FDA has warning you to wash the outside skin on every avocado. Even though we only the inside. Of course, turns out one in five of those tested positive for a bacteria that leads to listeria this year study from two thousand fourteen through twenty sixteen includes both the domestic and imported kind listeria symptoms feel like the flu. And they include muscle aches, fever and vomiting WCBS TV's. Jessica Layton reporting from New York forecasters, say parts of the Pacific northwest could get up to a foot of snow through tonight. As a winter storm moves across the cascades and northern Rockies. Christine Woodward pulled over to give her message to passengers rather a break as they crossed snow Kwami. That's a pass on I ninety east of Seattle have the smell and the dogs love to play in it and the kids as you can tell they liked to play in this as well..
"jessica layton" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Relief. I'm, Jim shanavie there's been an incident just outside of British parliaments in London as a car crash your barriers injuring a number of pedestrians BBC correspondent Jonathan, Blake is there a half a dozen police cars also more arriving. All. The, time we've seen an ambulance drive to fire engines drive, past armed police officers regular police officers. As well and several police motorbike in attendance The driver of the car is in custody police would. Not say if they suspected terrorism in. An attack last year a fifty. Two year old convert. To Islam drove a car into people on a bridge leaving five dead and, fifty injured before he was shot dead by, police in today's is an police say none of the injuries. Appears to be life threatening there's been another death on the wildfire. Lines in California a firefighter was helping to battle that state's biggest wildfire ever the. Mendocino complex plays CBS's Steve Futterman the firefighter has not been named he is from Utah he. Was killed as he battled an active portion of the Mendocino complex fire the firefighter was airlifted to a. Local hospital but. The injuries were too serious and he was pronounced dead a state of emergency exists, in parts, of central and eastern Pennsylvania, after a, day, of, torrential rains caused flash flooding filling roads and basements with floodwaters this all comes on the heels of heavy rains and flooding in New Jersey over the, weekend WCBS TD's Jessica Layton floodwater in this street is received Eating but. With more rain in the forecast we're being told it will be at least two days before. People who. Were rescued and evacuated can go back home I'm standing my house looking, through the window, watching the water coming in and not being able to do anything about feeling.
Westminster car crash: What we know so far
"It's, one o'clock Is CBS news on the hour sponsored. By Quicken Loans. I'm Jim shanavie there's been an incident just outside of British parliament in London as a car. Crash through barriers injuring a, number of. Pedestrians BBC correspondent Jonathan Blake is there I can see a half a dozen police cars also more arriving. All the time we've seen. An ambulance drive past two fire engines drive past their, armed police officers regular police officers as well and several police. Motorbike in attendance Driver. The car is in custody police would. Not say if they suspected terrorism. In an attack last. Year a fifty two year old convert to Islam drove a car into people, on a bridge leaving
"jessica layton" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"CBS. News on the. Hour sponsored by theraworx relief I'm Jim shanavie there's been an incident just outside the British, parliament in London as a, car crash. Barriers injuring a number of pedestrians BBC correspondent Jonathan Blake is there I can see a half a dozen. Police cars also more arriving all the time we've seen an, ambulance drive past, to fire engines drive pasta armed police officers regular police officers as, well and, several police motorbike, in attendance The driver the car is. In custody police would not say if. They suspected terrorism in an attack. Last year a fifty. Two year old convert to Islam drove a car into people on a bridge. Leaving five dead and fifty injured before he, was shot dead by police in today's incident police say none. Of the injuries appears to be life threatening there's been another death. On the wildfire lines in, California a firefighter was helping to battle that state's biggest. Wildfire ever the Mendocino complex plays CBS's Steve Futterman the firefighter has not been named he is. From Utah he was killed as he battled an active portion of the Mendocino complex fire the firefighter was. Airlifted to a. Local hospital but the injuries were too serious and he was pronounced dead a state of, emergency exists in parts of, central and. Eastern Pennsylvania after a day of torrential rains caused flash flooding schilling roads and basements with floodwaters this all. Comes on the heels of heavy rains and flooding in New, Jersey over the, weekend WCBS TD's Jessica Layton floodwater in this street is receipt Eating but. With more rain in the forecast we're being told it will be at least two days before. People who were rescued and evacuated can go back home The worst part, about it is I'm standing my house, looking through the, window watching the water coming in and not being able to do anything without feeling helpless and saddened.
"jessica layton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Cbs news on the hour sponsored by quicken loans i'm tom foty it was not the usual or the expected fourth of july at one of the nation's most famous landmarks woman trying to climb the statue of liberty wednesday afternoon prompting the national park service to shut down the popular tourist attraction i was like is that a person hanging from the statue and i was like took my camera zoomed in i'm like oh my god there's someone there officials say the intruder clambered up the statue's base shortly after at least six people were taken into custody for hanging a banner that called for the abolishment of immigration and customs enforcement cbs news correspondent nicki batiste the statue climber is due to be arraigned on several charges on thursday but new york city fourth of july script was followed much more closely a few hours later when the fireworks lit into the sky over these said that this was their biggest show since the year two thousand the biggest and the brightest and the best show in eighteen here and lasted about twenty five minutes wcbs tv's jessica layton watching the fireworks show in new york it was just one of thousands from coast to coast this one at fort bragg north carolina for most americans independence day did not mean independence from the heat about has been hovering over much of a concrete our neighbor to the north as well the muggy soupy air has become too much for many to handle with at least sixteen people in the province of quebec dying as a result of the heat montreal officials are asking people to check in on their neighbors without air conditioning and have extended operating hours for.
"jessica layton" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Insurance i'm tom foty was not the usual or the expected fourth of july at one of the nation's most famous landmarks woman trying to climb the statue of liberty wednesday afternoon prompting the national park service to shut down the popular tourist attraction is that a person hanging from the statue and i was like took my camera zoomed in i'm like oh my god there's someone there officials say the intruder clambered up the statue's base shortly after at least six people were taken into custody for hanging a banner that called for the abolishment of immigration and customs enforcement news correspondent nicki batiste the statue climber is due to be arraigned on several charges on thursday but new york city fourth of july script was followed much more closely a few hours later when the fireworks lit into the sky over the east river this was their biggest show since the year two thousand the biggest and the brightest and the best show in eighteen here must be about twenty five minutes cbs tv's jessica layton watching the fireworks show in new york it was just one of thousands from coast to coast this one at fort bragg north carolina for most americans independence day did not mean independence from the heat that has been hovering over much of the country our neighbor to the north as well the muggy soupy air has become too much for many to handle with at least sixteen people in the province of quebec dying as a result of the heat montreal officials are asking people to check in on their neighbors without air conditioning and have extended operating hours.
"jessica layton" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Cbs news on the hour sponsored by liberty mutual insurance i'm tom foty was not the usual or the expected fourth of july at one of the nation's most famous landmarks woman tried to climb the statue of liberty wednesday afternoon prompting the national park service to shut down the popular tourist attraction i was is that a person hanging from the statue and i was like took my camera zoomed in i'm like oh my god there's someone there officials say the intruder clambered up the statue's base shortly after at least six people were taken into custody for hanging a banner that called for the abolishment of immigration and customs enforcement cbs news correspondent vicki batiste the statue climber is due to be arraigned on several charges on thursday fourth of july script was followed much more closely a few hours later when the fireworks lit into the sky over these he said that this was their biggest show since the year two thousand the biggest and the brightest and the best show in eighteen years and lasted about twenty five minutes wcbs tv's jessica layton watching the fireworks show in new york it was just one of thousands from coast to coast this one at fort bragg north carolina for most americans independence day did not mean independence from the heat got has been hovering over much of the country our neighbor to the north as well the muggy soupy air has become too much for many to handle with at least sixteen people in the province of quebec dying as a result of the heat montreal officials are asking people to check in on their neighbors without air conditioning and have extended operating hours for local pools and.
"jessica layton" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Tom foty was not the usual or the expected fourth of july at one of the nation's most famous landmarks woman tried to climb the statue of liberty wednesday afternoon prompting the national park service to shut down the popular tourist attraction i was like is that a person hanging from the statue and i was like took my camera zoomed in i'm like oh my god there's someone there officials say the intruder clambered up the statue's base shortly after at least six people were taken into custody for hanging a banner that called for the abolishment of immigration and customs enforcement cbs news correspondent vicki batiste the statue climber is due to be arraigned on several charges on thursday the new york city fourth of july script was followed much more closely a few hours later when the fireworks lit into the sky over the east river this was their biggest show since the year two thousand the biggest and the brightest and the best show in eighteen years must be about twenty five minutes wcbs tv's jessica layton watching the fireworks show in new york it was just one of thousands from coast to coast this one at fort bragg north carolina for most americans independence day did not mean independence from the heat that has been hovering over much of the country our neighbor to the north as well the muggy soupy air has become too much for many to handle with at least sixteen people in the province of quebec dying as a result of the heat montreal officials are asking people to check in on their neighbors without air conditioning and have extended operating hours for local pools and community centers cj.
"jessica layton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Fifty or one hundred years ago laura thank you actually we have to go the news comes whether i allow it to or not they will just and just cut us off if i don't so thank you and then john in somerville he's you're the only one on hold so we'll get to you right after the news and the weather have more anthony some marco on wbz cbs news update millions of residents in the northeast were hit tonight by powerful storms packing strong winds torrential rains inhale the severe weather is blamed for four deaths including one in denver connecticut mayor mark boughton down all over the city schools canceled for tomorrow frankly we can't get too many of the neighborhoods and so we're in the process of trying to clean up clean up will take rethink between two or three weeks so it's going to be a long process wcbs tv reporter jessica layton in northern new jersey in glen ridge a man was rescued after this massive tree was uprooted from the property of an elementary school and crushed his car the tree fell as he was driving down the street and he was stuck inside the car so we had a fire department commun get him out of the car transport him to hospital witnesses who were here say that man was extremely lucky he was talking and alert as he was loaded into that ambulance cbs news updates i'm gary nunn hey guess what i found now what deer that one or donor can save up to eight lives yeah i was the one who my age no one could use my organs and with what i put my body through but no i was wrong here don't say turns out you're never too old to be an organ donor i couldn't have said it better myself.
'Smallville' actress Allison Mack arrested for alleged sex cult
"And there are no firm plans for that meeting just yet a nation bids a final farewell to former first lady barbara bush cbs's steve futterman is in houston today the funeral will take place four former presidents will be there along with the two bush presidents will be bill and hillary clinton and barack in the shell obama the current first lady melania trump will represent the white house president trump will not attend the white house says he wanted to avoid any distraction the first president bush greeted mourners from his wheelchair inside the church yesterday shaking hands and thanking people for coming the democratic national committee is sued a string of defendants it says conspired to fix the two thousand sixteen election here cbs's nancy cortes descendants are a who's who of the trump campaign donald trump junior paul manafort and jared kushner along with wikileaks founder julian assange and the russian federation itself dnc chairman tom perez we're seeking justice is sixty six page suit accuses russia and hackers of stealing tens of thousands of documents and emails from the dnc it outlines all the known contacts between russians and the trump campaign and actress from the tv series smallville has pled not guilty to sex trafficking charges in new york he's wcbs tv's jessica layton details in this case are just so sick and twisted prosecutors say allison mack was recruiting women from here in brooklyn to join this socalled empowerment group and upstate new york before turning them into sex slavery faa is ordered emergency ultrasound inspections for engines like one that exploded on a southwest seven thirty seven tuesday engineers will look for microscopic cracks like the one that may have caused a fan blade break.