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"Jim Melwert, KYW NewsRadio. At six oh, two. It's traffic and weather on the Jews. Traffic and weather on the twos is sponsored by Jefferson health, Sidney Kimmel cancer center. Here's justin. All right. Thanks. John. Crawling on eastbound seventy six from city avenue to approach at thirtieth street tunnel. You have a crash in the left lane. That's bad an hour delay just through that stretch. Before that if you're coming into town, you still have to battle the volume on eastbound seventy six from zero to Belmont westbound side of the Schuylkill expressway incident free, but just slow with volume from university, the vine, then generally sluggish from Montgomery drive all the way to four seventy six south twenty sixth street, heading towards the Platte bridge heads up thinks they're not from a tipster those crash blocking the right lane before you reach the bridge. Ninety five volume delays northbound from the Delaware line up to the Commodore Barry, Jan from Penns landing up to bridge street and southbound is slow with volume from common avenue to Gerard avenue. And again, plenty of brake lights from the airport all the way to south before seventy six. On four seventy six all about the southbound side, just heavy volume delays, just south of the Schuylkill expressway. Slow all the way to ninety five northbound starting now, but still jammed from ninety five approach route one looks like we moved the crash off the side to to southbound south of boot road was in the left lane delays getting a little bit better turnpike eastbound east of Allie forge it's slow all the way to me county. Indie jersey new problem. It's two ninety five north rhetoric around the white horse pike have an accident blocking the left lane and then to ninety five south generally slow from route thirty eight to forty two mass transit checks that okay? I'm just dropping in the KYW twenty four hour traffic center. And now the eyewitness weather five day forecast sponsored.
U.S. unveils plan to control some toxins in drinking water, sets no limits
"One. We acting director of the Environmental Protection Agency was in Philadelphia today to announce what's being billed as the first ever national plan to address contaminants in drinking water found in high levels around military bases like the willowbrook naval air station. The bourbon bureau chief, Jim Melwert reports acting EPA director Andrew Wheeler caused the plan to address p Foshan drinking water comprehensive and all encompassing. The action plan commits EPA to take important steps that will improve how we research monitor attack and address P CPA's had an advisory level for P fos. But they've never said it enforceable. Limit Wheeler says they will set that limit buddy ads. They'll take until the end of the year to decide what that number should be environmental lawyer Mark cougar from upper Dublin says he's deeply disappointed by what he feels is an ongoing lack of action seven months ago. Residents of Horsham Warrington Warminster township poured their heart out to about horrible diseases birth defects grave concerns about the health of their children. This does nothing to address any of that state rep Todd Stevens says is a lifelong resident he welcomes EPA finally taking action. But as you said for years, though, he believes there should be zero tolerance of the chemicals and drinking water. Studies of their effects continue peeve. Family of chemicals found that all kinds of household items like Teflon or some fabrics. They were also in firefighting foam used at the willow grove naval air station
"jim melwert" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Out without a jacket for once. Oh, you went without a jacket. Oh, yeah. Thank you. Katie a man with a gun walked into a Bank in c- bring Florida yesterday opening fire and killing five people. Suntrust Bank customers in shock. We just don't understand. This is devastated. This is devastating to town of civilian community. Which is the safest place you can ever be the suspect did surrendered to a swat team. CBS news contributor, Jamie wax, with more police here in Siebrand Carl Hoglund says it his department received a nine one one call shortly afternoon in which an individual said that he had fired shots here at the SunTrust Bank behind me when the negotiations with this individual broke down the chief of police says he called in a swat team, which stormed the Bank and continue negotiations inside eventually apprehending the individual, but authorities identified the suspect is twenty one year old Seabrook residents even savior the victims have not yet been identified as the trial continues four or five corrections officers who are accused of beating inmates at the Montgomery County. Jail. Jurors watch the video of one of the incidents struggle with an inmate with one leg. Hit wine w suburban bureau chief, Jim Melwert reports the two minute. Video of an inmate at Montgomery County correctional facility shows that inmate on the ground surrounded by corrections. Officers five of those former guards around trial, captain Edwin Nygren, Lieutenant Darren Collins and officers Randall SIMS Alfred Gregory and Anthony Saxby the inmate was being taken back to a cell after getting treated for a cut over his eye from an earlier altercation with guards a detective testified. The incident starts when captain Negra and orders the guards to remove the inmates, bloody shirt. But when a defense attorney asks not detective, if it looks like guards are trying to get the shirt off the detective replied, no it looks like Saxby is trying to choke him as the video played the detective said I see him rolling around getting pushed around getting pulled by his shirt as she. I'm getting punched getting kicked now as she getting stomped another guard who pleaded to lesser charges testified the guards the inmates prosthetic leg out of his cell. And he did not get it back until the next shift of guards came on. In our Jim Melwert, KYW NewsRadio. And at four thirty seven. We check KYW.
"jim melwert" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"KYW suburban bureau chief, Jim Melwert, Chester county. DA Tom HOGAN says Seth Weber spent twenty six years as a federal prosecutor somebody who's got a deep knowledge of environmental. Issues and is a extremely powerful prosecutor. So he is a valuable addition to our team here HOGAN announced the investigation last month after meeting with property owners affected by pipeline construction. He points to sinkholes and contaminated. Well, water in the county and an explosion along the pipeline and beaver county. We expected other people which step in the governor PUC, it'd be attorney general's office. And we haven't seen it. So at this point, we felt the need to protect Chester county, and our citizens energy transfer of the company behind the pipeline says they're confident no laws were broken, and they will defend themselves against what they call baseless accusations. At the suburban bureau, Jim Melwert, KYW NewsRadio. It's twelve thirty five in Washington. They talk they talk they talk, but still the government shutdown the president indicated that he might might work with them if they work with him. We have two reports for you this morning, we begin with Bob Costantini at the White House. The president refusing Democrats legislation to open up other closed agencies and let the department of homeland security border wolf faceoff be put off for a month. Now, we won't be opening until it's solved within a much bigger problem. The border is a much more dangerous problem at first by a reporter the president considering declaring the southern border a national emergency. Yes, I have. And I can do it if I want so you don't need congressional approval to build out. We can call national emergency because of the security of our country. Absolutely. Now, we can do it. I haven't done it may do it. I may do it for now. He wants five point six billion dollars as discussions about compromise continues for the weekend. Bob Costantini, the White House house and Senate Democratic leader spoke to reporters shortly after their White House meeting broke up we made a plea to the president once again, don't.
NASA Spacecraft Opens New Year At Tiny, Icy World Past Pluto
"There. And we crossed it at thirty two thousand miles an hour marks draftsman CBS news, a court stenographer from Montgomery County is getting her fifteen minutes of fame as she was a featured extra in limited series now airing on Showtime KYW suburban bureau chief, Jim Melwert reports. Emily positives. A court reporter in the Montgomery County courthouse. She says one of her friends as an actress and Senator a casting call for a real stenographer for a limited TV series on Showtime escape it down Amora about the thousand fifteen prisoners scaping, upstate New York. She sending some photos and her info and got a meeting with director and executive producer, Ben Stiller her and six others Tenaga for all of us there together like sitting he comes over. I just felt like he. We had like a good connection. Vibe. She got a call on the way home saying she got the part with filming the next week her scenes with Patricia Arquette a prison guarded was implicated in the escape and Bonnie hunt playing New York inspector general, it was I was very nervous. But I just Ben's Stiller just wanted me to type it was like, I do every single day my life. So it wasn't like a strategy or anything, and I just typed away. She says it was a great experience, but not one she's likely to try for again. But she says the feedback from this the Nagasaki community has been very positive and overwhelming. At the suburban bureau, Jim Melwert, KYW NewsRadio. Getting in shape is one of the most common New Year's resolutions. But as KYW's Zan Monaghan report series, a rare, but serious condition that can occur from too much exercise. It's called Raboteau mile ISIS or RAB DOE is a structure of your muscle tissue your muscle, fibers die. And then the stuff
"jim melwert" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Has been set for demand accused of killing a model who wants appeared in playboy magazine. Sooner Ardmore, condo back. In. August suburban bureau chief Jim Melwert, thirty year old Jonathan Harris declined comment is he was led shackled past reporters after entering a not guilty. Plea is charged with first degree murder accused of killing. Christina craft in her apartment by suburban square. Prosecutor brianna ringlets decision was made not to seek the death penalty in this case declined to elaborate on the decision, according to testimony at Harris's preliminary hearing after he was arrested detective said he told them he met craft in center city, Philadelphia. The two went back to her apartment he claimed to sell her cocaine. He says after several bottles of wine that too had sex afterward when he asked her for twelve hundred dollars for the drugs. She said that was why they had sex detective say he got angry and she hit him with an empty bottle. They said he told them he hit and choked her, but she was still alive when he snuck out by climbing off her balcony and police have finally tracked down another man, they were searching for in this case. Andrei mountain is not suspected of having a role in her murder, but police say he gave craft a ride back to her apartment just days before she was killed and stole dozens of items while she was passed out in this car at the suburban bureau, Jim Melwert, KYW NewsRadio. Mayor of Camden wants to address a growing problem in his city street flooding getting worse to be as David Madden report the city sewer. System is old and not in the best shape. According to mayor, Frank Moran are combined sewer system is at a point that is in dire. Need of separation and repairs wherever we can get it done. It's a costly effort, and the city doesn't have the resources to do show..
"jim melwert" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Tim Jimenez in the newsroom details. Tim has branded and police say a seventeen year old central high student is recovering. She's expected to be okay after she was hit by a stray bullet how she was walking to school this morning. Police Commissioner Richard Ross says there was a shootout in the park near the school. And the girl was hit in the right shoulder. Student can even walk to school without sustaining a gunshot. One of your worst nightmares. This happened close to eight thirty this morning. Police say the girl then ran into central after she was shot. She was rushed over to Einstein hospital again listed in stable condition. Expected to be okay, the shooting, then led to central high girls high and wider memorial school being placed on lock down for about an hour that lockdown since been lifted at this point more questions than answers for police as they look for the people who opened fire reporting live, Tim Jimenez, KYW NewsRadio Bill. Cosby sentencing hearing for sexual assault underway this morning at the Montgomery County courthouse, it'll be a two day hearing and barring any last minute surprises. The eighty one year old entertainment will likely find out if he's headed to prison and if so for how long KYW suburban bureau chief, Jim Melwert, April a Montgomery County jury found Bill Cosby, guilty of three counts of aggravated indecent assault for drugging and molesting former temple university, basketball employees Andrea Constand Elkins park home back in two thousand four each count carries a maximum penalty of ten years. Prison though, it's likely they'll merge into one count for sentencing. Prosecutors are expected to seek a state prison sentence while the defense will hope for probation or house arrest. If Cosby the time behind bars, it will be up to the judge if he'll be taken straight to prison if he can report at a later date or a more unlikely scenario, given the nature of the charges if you could be free on bail, pending an appeal which the defense says they plan to do in Norristown, Jim Melwert, KYW NewsRadio in Philadelphia. A little boy is dead after septa officials say he fell between two cars while riding the broad street. Subway late yesterday afternoon KYW's Andrew Kramer with the story. TSA.
4 Mont. co. Doctors Prescribed Opioids To Addicts, Drug Dealers: DA
"KYW news time. Six oh, four four Montgomery County. Doctors are being charged with illegally prescribing opioids and other prescription drugs. KYW suburban bureau chief, Jim Melwert report, Montgomery County. DA Kevin steel instead of using a firearm. They're using a push pad to do the damage that that they were doing. Steele says one of the doctors Joseph Cipriani of Nour's towns accused of trading prescriptions for explicit photos videos of women and sexual favors, and according to steal another doctor Lawrence Miller from Lansdale was prescribing as many as five hundred pills at a time and nine of his patients died of drug overdoses, although most died from a combination that include different street drugs that were seeing out there. The patients had recently or just received prescriptions for controlled substances from the doctor to other doctors are charged Bryan Killian ambler and Joseph right and lower
Fans celebrate Michael Jackson's 60th birthday
"Michael Jackson fans gathered at a temporary monument in London to. Pay tribute on what. Would have been his sixtieth. Birthday, Sony Music put up a giant crowned by the river tames where people got together. To celebrate the king of pop this is a, moment to see this erected in his own. Six fifty five Thank you about him over sixty years it's hard to believe he would have been six. Dave thing you know he's legacy lives on Jackson died in two thousand
Hurricane Maria caused an estimated 2,975 deaths in Puerto Rico, study finds
"The death toll from hurricane Maria Puerto Rico is much higher than. Originally reported A new study by George Washington University finds nearly three. Thousand people died hurricane Maria either directly or indirectly David Bagdhad using San Juan these are deaths that were both directly. And indirectly related so in other words it counts for people who were hit by a falling, tree or a landslide but it's indirect deaths is well in other words people. Who died because they, didn't, have oxygen or dialysis or something like that the. Researchers also found that those in low income areas and older men were at great at greatest risk of dying the government, plans learn from studying developed guidelines to, help them in the next emergency
Trump tweets that Mike Pompeo will not be visiting North Korea
"A planned diplomatic mission from, Washington to North Korea. Has been halted the secretary of state was supposed to go to North Korea to see about moving forward on the nuclear front, but President Trump, has, decided, otherwise the trip was supposed to start this, weekend but President Trump tweeting, I have asked, secretary of state Mike Pompeo not to go to North Korea at this time because. I feel we are not making sufficient progress with respect to the, denuclearization of the Korean peninsula he can't some of the blame, on China with. Which the, US isn't trade war since his summit with Kim Jong, UN in June the president has, noted progress in the form of. Returning remains of missing service personnel and setbacks such as intelligence reports that missile facilities were being renovated still Mr. Trump concludes his tweets in. The meantime I would like to send my warmest regards and respect to chairman. Kim I look forward to seeing
John McCain discontinuing medical treatment in cancer battle
"Four after a long battle Arizona Senator John McCain will, no longer seek medical treatment for his brain cancer. Correspondent Steve Dorsey has more Senator McCain has been battling, a rare form of brain cancer. For more than a year right at home in Arizona now, his family says in a statement quote with his usual strength of will he is now chosen to discontinue medical treatment his wife Cindy, tweeted quote God bless everyone. Who has cared for my husband along this journey also Twitter the daughter Megan thank supporters saying her family is quote deeply appreciative for the love and generosity McCain the two thousand. Eight Republican presidential nominee is a key voice in, the Republican party and an icon of the
Pompeo warns Russia, China about violating North Korea sanctions
"The twos, here's ROY Moore sit evening frankly began with a look at interstate ninety five southbound traffic is slowing from just south of bridge street on down to Gerard avenue northbound bid heavy approaching the Commodore. Barry, bridge traffic slows right around four twenty then north of the airport and up to the point bridge traffic is heavy and slow as motorist make their way towards citizens. Bank park for tonight's Phillies fish game west on the vine in center city Philadelphia milley's furniture jam Cam shows traffic. Slows as you make your way onto the ramp to. The westbound Schuylkill eastbound traffic slow some seventy six pass broadstreet Lincoln drive shut down for, the weekend because of construction between ridge avenue. And Wayne avenue believe me it'll be worth. It to win things finished some time in two thousand nineteen. Ninety events for the weekend until six AM Monday between. Rage and Wayne on, eastbound Schuylkill traffic slows east. Of two oh two pockets of slowing four seventy six to just pass Belmont jam traffic east of the boulevard just past University Avenue, that disabled between university great Vary avenue and twentieth street. Has been cleared out of the right lane so that's some good news over in jersey. Traffic is, easing on forty two. South south of fifty five down a lower. Landing that's our only real delay in jersey area bridges checkout okay mass transit's running on or close to schedule your next update in less than ten minutes I'm Troy Morris in the TruMark financial twenty four. Hour traffic center thank you Troy, KYW news time six oh three the president off to Ohio today holding a rally for, state Senator Troy balder it. Was running Tuesday in an open congressional race against democrat Danny O'Connor the White House says it's. A tough, one White House columnist wooded hill publications is another reason to be concerned about Ohio and other states the president's popularity has dipped in a number of states that he has one this special election. Is, in a district that has been in Republican hands for some years it is I think overall still expected that the Republican candidate will prevail there And the president was campaigning here in Pennsylvania earlier in the week he's. Also holding rallies in other pivotal swing states KYW news down six. Oh four. International. Politics now the. Secretary. Of state. Is warning several countries against any violation of international sanctions on North Korea secretary. Of state Mike Pompeo is accusing North Korea and other countries, a violating. United Nations sanctions at a conference in Singapore. Expect the, Russians in all countries to abide by the UN Security Council resolutions and enforce sanctions. On North Korea North Korea's foreign minister responded saying recent moves by the US. Are alarming and that North Korea has initiated goodwill measures Pompeo handed over a letter from. President Trump, intended for North Korean leader Kim Jong UN Wendy Gillette CBS. News KYW news time six oh five the. Competition is heating up today at the transplant gains of America being. Held in Salt Lake City Utah today swimming basketball in a five k., run ws Jim Melwert. Not only covering team Philadelphia for us he's also competing in the games as a living kidney donor. Came Phillies Bill. Solloway the second transplant games picked up a bronze medal in cycling on the first day of competition a, long time coming says as he came up short at his first games two years ago in hopes of getting. A medal. To give to the, family of the man who.
"jim melwert" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"An eye on the road. Traffic on the twos on KYW NewsRadio news time seven thirty nine two men are in the bucks county correctional facility after police say they attempted. To, break into a number of vehicles and Ben Salem shopping center Kim Glovas has more to suspects responded by, Ben Salem police officer at the Woodhaven. Mall on Friday the two are pulling on door handles. Vehicles in the lot the officer recognize them as, two suspects wanted for similar crimes earlier in the day police arrested twenty nine. Year old Patrick Ivers, at the scene the second man Thirty-one-year-old John Palumbo jumped into a Cadillac slammed into a police cruiser and then led police on a chase. He abandoned the car on. State road and ran into Salem harbor apartments Palumbo. Tried to escape, by, wading into the Delaware river but after a few minutes he came to shore and. Surrendered both men are charged with theft from. A motor vehicle and receiving, stolen property Palumbo is also charged with hit and run eluding police and resisting arrest. Iverson is being held on. Ten percent of. One hundred thousand dollars. Bail Colombo's villas ten percent of half, a million Kim Glovas KYW NewsRadio seventy six degrees mostly cloudy skies going down to sixty dying of news time seven forty a tearful apology during the sentencing of a. Bucks county man who fired ten shotgun blasts into the office of his trailer park community suburban. Bureau chief Jim Melwert has that story Fifty-six-year-old Jimmy storm and says he was going to kill himself. That day as workers comp claim had been denied social security. Disability benefits were not paying the bills and credit card debt. Was piling up and, he'd lost his health insurance it, drove his dog to his. Ex-wife's house and emptied his Bank account left the cash for his mother then drove to the office and opened fire police. Found storm sitting outside his trailer a handgun a bible and a bottle. Of whisky at a speed with time sir Storm, in will be eligible for parole in September the judge praising ambers behavior, in county prison telling him he's taking a chance with a light sentence and warning him to stay away from alcohol when he gets out in. Doylestown Jim Melwert KYW NewsRadio most.
Philadelphia to stop giving ICE access to arrest database, mayor says
"Your, Mercedes Benz dealer in doylestown well one of those big showers you spoke of is really pounding. Route fifty five in south jersey now we're getting reports now several members of the AT and, t., tip force at two one five seven twenty four ten sixty fifty five. Southbound absolutely crawling near route forty we'd see delays, in both directions right around forty just south. Of forty in the Vineland area so if you're heading to the southern shore point at something you're going, to have to deal with now if you're trying to, get to the shore. At all you're looking at forty two backup starts at ferry avenue and candidate continues to one sixty eight then slow again from College drive getting onto the Atlantic City. Expressway also heavy on forty-seven through Dennis bell and we're seeing big delays on seventy three through maple shade as well and now we're seeing got a couple of calls on a big delay on. One thirty both directions near the Betsy Ross bridge there's a new traffic pattern there all right back to Pennsylvania where we're jammed on the Schuylkill, expressway really both directions from south Philadelphia king of Prussia about a fifteen minute ride each way on ninety, five southbound heavy from bridge street. Down, to Gerard jammed again from the airport to three twenty two northbound from the Delaware state line. To the Commodore Barry which is jammed heading into Pennsylvania I should tell you that from about, mid, span it looks there's because of volume now lots of volume of the. Blue route southbound heavy from Saint David all the, way down the ninety five and still some. Delays on the ramp from route one southbound trying to get on the southbound blue route as well now, looking pretty good with mass transit at this hour no, major delays next update. Less than ten minutes I'm Brian Ramona the TruMark financial twenty four hour traffic center you Brian News time four oh four it's a victory to the, city's immigrant community mayor Kenney will not. Renew the city's agreement with US. Immigration and customs enforcement allows ice access to the police departments arrest, database parse from city hall St., Talavera county says he's been concerned for some. Time now that is uses pars in an appropriate ways amid July meeting with ice officials may have ice the city's decision admitted that their USA pars during ice enforcement operations can, result in immigration enforcement against Philadelphia. Residents who have not been accused of nor convicted, of a crime city solicitor Marshall. Pratt, says they had a strong factual and legal basis stadia safer healthier, and more inviting when are law abiding residents including witnesses and victims of crimes need not fear that they will suffer adverse immigration consequences when seeking to report. Crimes Mariam Rica's says the Kennedy administration remains committed to, maintaining Philadelphia as. A welcoming, city decision that will. Once again reinforced to our immigrant communities that this city is. Not an Extension of ice Steve, Taiwa KYW. NewsRadio American Civil Liberties union taking twelfth New Jersey school district's court including three from Camden Kelly the agency content state law being violated in the way the districts require students to be signed up. From. David Madden mistake constitution mandates a free public education. For all but the ACLU argues these twelve districts. Require parents to produce state issued ID card which. Illegal immigrants won't have staff attorney Elila who works his says the agency's done this before want to have to litigate this but we are prepared to do so and back in. Two thousand sixteen each of the five lawsuits that we filed settled within a, leak, and because a lot of clear we hope, that that happens again this time disturbing regional high schools named in the suit along with. Del mar in Winslow township. School districts and nine others in the northern part of the state sterling regional has not responded to our call while the attorney for Winslow township in Belmar has declined comment David Madden, KYW NewsRadio a lawyer for Bristol man charged with. Shooting a nineteen year old in may says they're prepared to, argue the, shooting with self defense with the story suburban bureau chief Jim Melwert Gary Goddard's facing, attempted murder charges for shooting, this is Sean mcduffie, and, ahead on may fourth is lawyer Blake Jackman says on the night in question is clients all six foot four inch three hundred thirty pound nineteen year old on top. Of his son beating, him the defense in this case is that Mr. Goddard is, not a criminal but a concerned father who was protecting. His son got hurdles in court for a bail hearing it was originally, charged with mcdonagh's murder but an autopsy showed the fatal shot was fired by another man and the charge was changed to attempted murder John. Rubinstein set bail at one million, dollars pointing out whether or not, he killed mcduffie a gunshot to the head shows Goddard intended to kill him it happened as friends and family gathered for prompt pictures mcduffie and Tommy Ballard were. Both shot and killed Joseph Williams is charged with both of their murders in doylestown Jim Melwert KYW NewsRadio Time seven Live from the CBS three eyewitness weather center meteorologist. Kate Bilo. Thanks, Michelle well we've got some pretty ugly storms heading. Our way they're just spotty for now out ahead of the main line. Of storms a few scattered ones have popped up one over extreme south jersey over. Cumberland county one up in the. Lehigh valley the rest of us just seeing a few lights spotty sprinkles, for now but the stronger storms will come through, later tonight especially between about eight and. Ten pm a severe thunderstorm watch has been issued that goes until ten. O'clock tonight also a flash flood watch for areas off to the west areas that got a lot of rain earlier in the week that could see flooding be exacerbated by any. Intense rainfall and, in fact a flash flood warning just popped up in. Berks county so tonight mostly cloudy thunderstorms around some strong to severe low. Seventy two the good news is behind. The front we're going to see humidity. Drop tomorrow, mostly sunny not. As humid high eighty nine Sunday. Looks good mostly sunny and nice at eighty six. On Monday Partly sunny with a, few afternoon showers and storms possible high, eighty seven but then more active Tuesday and Wednesday Both days are mainly cloudy with chances for showers and thunderstorms and highs in the.
Bill Cosby, Assault and Jim Melwork discussed on 24 Hour News
"Watch in, effect you news. Time to thirty, nine the sexual offenders Assessment Board is issued its finding on comedian Bill Cosby and his sexual assault conviction in Montgomery County the update from KYW's suburban bureau chief Jim, Melwert the Montgomery County DA's office is filed paperwork requesting. A hearing prior to Bill Cosby sentencing Appoint a report from the sexual offenders Assessment Board which says according to the board. Suspects Bill Cosby is a sexually, violent, predator assessment. Was ordered following Cosby's conviction on three counts of aggravated indecent assault because of that conviction Cosby will be required to register under Megan's Law for the rest of his life but if the court determines use a sexually. Violent predator there's a digital, community notification kospi has. Been fitted with a GPS ankle bracelet and has been ordered not to leave his Elkins park home in less. Given permission is sensing scheduled, for September twenty fourth and twenty fifth at the suburban bureau Jim Melwork KYW NewsRadio the, White House says several former Obama era intelligence officials have politicized and monetize their access to national security. Information they may lose their clearances the White House aim to punish former national security officials who are critical of President Trump. Especially when it comes to. Russia, is the latest reaction test on Capitol Hill speaker, of the, house Paul Ryan asked about it believes the president is just trying to push the buttons of his as seen on TV detractors, I think he's trolling people honestly This is something that's in the. Purview of the executive branch, I think some of these people already lost their clearances that's not really in our purview, James Comey and Andrew McCabe both lost clearances when fired from their jobs John Brennan who said last. Week the president's actions was leading MIR Putin were treasonous and James Clapper a frequent critic say nothing will deter them from. Speaking their minds Bob Costantini.
Cosby is 'sexually violent predator': Pennsylvania board
"Fifty five to ninety five we don't have any problems and the. Bridges are okay just if you're on the Commodore Barry, bridge eastbound only the left lane gets by mass. Transit all right next update less than ten, minutes I'm Stevie reason the TruMark financial twenty four hour traffic center This is reporter's roundup there's been a recommendation from these sexual offenders Assessment Board, regarding comedian Bill Cosby and his sexual assault conviction but Gumri county where, does it go from here covering the story and joining us earth suburban bureau chief Jim Melwert given what we know about this Steve paperwork filed by the Montgomery County DA's office. As a psychologist with the sexually offenders Assessment Board has assessed, Bill Cosby to be a sexually, violent predators, spokeswoman for the DA's office says under the law they officers required to. Notify the court that they do intend to. Pursue that the DA's. Office was requesting a hearing prior to sentencing for the court to, make a, determination Cosby already faces a lifetime of registration under Megan's. Law filing conviction on three counts of aggravated indecent assault. But if the court determined sees a sexually violent predator again if the court determines that there. Could be. Additional treatment while in prison also. Additional community notification if and when he got out of prison Well some aspects of that law influx Pennsylvania supreme court ruling and then attempt at a fixed by the state legislature Cosby sentencing is scheduled right now for September twenty four twenty fifth he's currently on. House arrest in his home in Elkins park regarding the sexually, violent predator filing his spokesman says simply we'll see them in court Steve Harris suburban bureau chief KYW's Jim Melwert with us on reporter's roundup New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy tweeted about what he called a new era of fair and equitable school, funding for his state there was an official ceremony in cliffside part be David Madden covering and he joins us on reporter's roundup of the story, David walk into tell us Steve you could safely say. This was a long time in. Coming this Bill Senate Bill two which proved to be the. Difference in approving the state budget begins to correct that decade long problem of some growing districts being shortchanged while others. Saw, their populations stay stable or even, reduce a little bit, yet held onto what was supposed to be temporary funding under earlier reforms governor Murphy and signing this Bill in, north..
"jim melwert" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Of killing her baby boy by transmitting a deadly combination of drugs through her breast milk her attorney says it was a horrific accident kyw's suburban bureau chief jim melwert has more according to court documents topsy show samantha jones baby died because he had methadone amphetamine and methamphetamine in his system the thirty year old chef on women's charged with criminal homicide but her attorney louis pepsico says this is in no way an intentional killing this is a horrific accident in which a loving and devoted mother tragically lost the most important thing on earth her her little boy jeff david of probable causes jones told police she was prescribed methadone does police around three am on april second she was too tired to go downstairs when her baby woke up so she tried to breastfeed him around six am her husband made the baby a bottle before leaving for work and joe jones says she gave the baby bottle than those sleep when she woke up she says the infant was showing signs of distress tests of the bottle end of the formula show no illicit drugs at the suburban bureau jim melwert kyw newsradio former supermodels defamation lawsuit against bill cosby can move forward but not her acuras asians against the disgraced comedians former attorney supermodel janice dickinson claims that in nineteen eighty two cosby knocked her out with wine and drugs and raped her she says she was revictimizes in two thousand fourteen when she came forward with her accusations and cosby and his attorney martin singer denied the accusations to the point of hurting her career humiliating in called dickinson a liar back then because of contradictions in the story she told in her book and what she said in the press specifically in her book she said cosby wanted to have relations with her but she said no and he walked out the judge ruled out while he believes singer did not act with malice against dickinson a jury should decide if cosby's liable to dickinson and forcing your statements jim.
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"To the world a bucks county mother is accused of killing her baby boy by transmitting a deadly combination drugs through her breast milk her attorney says it was a horrific accident kyw suburban bureau chief jim melwert has more according to court documents not topsy show samantha jones baby died because he had methadone amphetamine and methamphetamine in his system the thirty year old shop on women's charged with criminal homicide but her attorney louis pacifica says this is in no way an intentional killing this is a horrific accident in which a loving and devoted mother tragically lost the most important thing on earth her her little boy david of probable causes jones told police she was prescribed methadone she tells police around three am on april second she was too tired to go downstairs when her baby woke up so she tried to breastfeed him around six amer husband made the baby a bottle before leaving for work and jones says she gave the baby that bottle then fell asleep when she woke up she says the infant was showing signs of distress test of the bottle of the formula show no elicit drugs at the suburban bureau jim melwork kyw newsradio former supermodels defamation lawsuit against bill cosby can move forward but not her occasions against the disgraced comedians former attorney supermodel janice dickinson claims that in nineteen eighty two cosby knocked her out with wine and drugs and raped her she says she was revictimizes in two thousand fourteen when she came forward with her accusations and cosby and his then attorney martin singer denied the accusations to the point of hurting her career humiliating your call dickinson a liar back then because of contradictions in the story she told in her book and what she said on the press specifically in her book she said cosby wanted to have relations with her but she said no and he walked out the judge ruled out while he believes singer did not act with malice against dickinson a jury should decide if cosby's liable to dickinson forcing your statements jim.
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"On bucks county mother is accused of killing her baby boy by transmitting deadly combination of drugs through her breast milk her attorney says it was a horrific accident kyw suburban bureau chief jim melwert has more according to court documents not topsy show samantha jones baby died because he had methadone amphetamine methamphetamine in his system the thirty year old shop on woman's charged with criminal homicide but her attorney luis pepsico says this is in no way intentional killing this is a horrific accident in which a loving and devoted mother tragically lost the most important thing on earth her her little boy david of probable causes jones told police she was prescribed methadone tells police around three am on april second she was too tired to go downstairs when her baby woke up so she tried to breastfeed him around six am her husband made the baby bottle before leaving for work and jones says she gave the baby that bottle then fell asleep when she woke up she says the infant was showing signs of distress tests of the bottle end of the formula show no illicit drugs at the suburban bureau jim melwork kyw newsradio former supermodels defamation lawsuit against bill cosby can move forward but not her accusations against the disgraced comedians former attorney supermodel janice dickinson claims that in one thousand nine hundred eighty two cosby knocked her out with wine and drugs and raped her she says she was revictimizes in two thousand fourteen when she came forward with her accusations and cosby and his then attorney martin singer denied the accusations to the point of hurting her career humiliated in your called dickinson a liar back then because of contradictions in the story she told in her book and what she said in the press specifically in her book she said cosby wanted to have relations with her but she said no and he walked out the judge ruled out while he believes singer did not act with malice against dickinson a jury should decide of cosby's liable to dickinson forcing your statements jim roope.
Appeals court hears profs' challenge to Texas campus carry law
"Hundred inmates it was supposed to open in november twenty teen but a series of construction issues forced the more than two and a half year delay at the suburban bureau jim melwert kyw newsradio lawyers for three university of texas professors have asked a federal appeals court to revive their lawsuit it challenges a law allowing concealed handguns on university campuses attorneys for the professors argue that the exchange of free ideas in the classroom could be in jeopardy if teachers or students fear that their colleagues or classmates maybe armed the texas solicitor general's office says it believes the lower court's ruling will be upheld because the suit is based on subjective fear the case was heard in a new orleans courtroom by three fifth us circuit court of appeals judges i'm clayton the stock mortgage due for a correction everybody knows it invested in real estate.
Comcast outage affecting business, residential customers coast-to-coast
"Frank traynor and locally our top story new jersey's governor phil murphy must now decide whether to shut down the state government if that happens that'll be the second time in two years or accept a budget that he doesn't like the story from kyw's david madden all signs point to a closure come sunday after to go she fell apart over the millionaire's tax legislative leaders offered one that was a no go for the governor their offer of a nine point nine five percent tax rate on incomes in excess of five million dollars would raise nowhere near what is necessary to get us into balance assembly speaker craig coughlin noted that offer was progress in and of itself since they had opposed any such lovey in response last proposal governor offered no compromise offered no counterproposal rejected out of hand murphy could accept the budget the legislature gave him or do some line item vetos which could avert a shutdown but at this point those options seem unlikely david madden kyw newsradio friday comcast customers were having issues coast to coast not just here risque ws kim glovas with that story comcast issued a statement saying one of their large backbone network providers had a fiber cut that's impacting other providers as well the statement says business and residential internet video and voice customers are affected customers are going to twitter to complain about the issues areas affected include philadelphia south jersey washington dc and boston as well as cities as far away as san francisco and seattle verizon at and t may also be having some problems calls and emails are out to both companies the outage began around noon on the east coast but some customers say the problem started well before that kim glovas kyw newsradio some fireworks are now legal in the state of pennsylvania but you may want to check the local walls where you live as we hear from kyw suburban bureau chief jim melwert while pennsylvania changed the law last fall to allow the sale and use of smaller fireworks like bottle rockets or firecrackers there are still some unisom polities that ban any explosive without a permit it's pretty much a no tolerance policy patrolman matt kuebler was collegeville police in montgomery county borough environment where there's a lot of houses close by you know whatever goes up must come down it's just unsafe for for the residents and pennsylvania state police spokesman ryan tarkovsky says be aware of the laws no one under eighteen or under the influence of drugs or alcohol can set off fireworks just like if you're driving designate the sober person in the group set off the fireworks look overhead look at the trees or maybe in the way that catch fire and just use commonsense and be safe out there.
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"The law firm for injured workers phillies right hander jared goff slated to throw a bullpen today then head the florida to continue to work his way back from a problem with the feeling in his fingers i cough earlier had a latte issue he has not pitched in a game for the phillies this season soccer at the world cup columbia beat senegal today one nil poland beat japan one nil japan though will still move through to the knockout stage as well columbia top of the hour we have england taking on belgium both these teams have already qualified for the knockout stage the other match this afternoon features tunisia and panama arena football philadelphia soul will be home saturday night to host the baltimore brigade the brigade in first place in the arena football way get seven three game ahead of philadelphia soul head coach click dole's zell why baltimore's top they're really good at every position and they've stayed healthy i think that's been the difference between us and allowed seems is we've been really banged up all year long in different positions soul have won two games in a row last time out they hammered washington sixty three twenty eight to the ice where flyers youngsters working out today over in voorhees development camp underway thirty three players expected to take part that's sports matt leon kyw newsradio of next i'm jim melwert at the suburban bureau with how much montgomery county spent on the retrial of.
Sarah Palin's Son Track Pleads Guilty to Criminal Trespass After Allegedly Assaulting His Father
"The district attorney's office says after the da reviews the case he'll sit down with a family and take note of their wishes before making it decision kristen johannesen kyw newsradio it's ten days in jail for the son of sarah palin after pleading guilty to reduce charges stemming from an attack on his dad last december palin and his father got into an argument over a truck that escalated into a fight in which todd was bleeding from the head and forced to get a gun to protect the rest of his family those charges have been reduced to criminal trespassing a misdemeanor track will serve ten days in jail and if he doesn't complete the diversion program he'll receive a jail term of one year sarah palin the former vice presidential candidate and former alaska governor told police at the time her son was on some kind of medication and was freaking out i'm john stolnis an extra woman is charged with a deadly hit and run and ours town over memorial day weekend kyw suburban bureau chief jim melwert twenty one year old alexa loftus is accused of hitting and killing sixty four year old clinton rucker razzie crossed markley street around four am sunday may twenty seventh according to investigators rucker was halfway across the intersection crossing against the light when he was hit the complaint says loftus drove to our friends apartment and called her mother to pick her up they drove by the scene and saw police blocking the intersection but did not stop charging documents say police were called to her home about two hours later for a suicidal suspect where they say she told them she was upset because she believed she hit someone loftus charged with leaving the scene of an accident involving death which carries a minimum three year prison sentence at the suburban bureau.
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"To june twelfth in singapore we may have still more surprises down the road and the president gave no timeline for deciding whether to reschedule jim chenevey cbs news denise time five oh four that's a venue democratic lieutenant governor nominee john fetterman is not shy about his style and size stance rather on gun control shared his reasons why with just a nudo need to dan those sales of assault rifles betterman the mayor of a small western pennsylvania town who carries is no stranger to close encounters with assault rifles he had one with a jogger back in twenty thirteen two series of salt rifle rounds going off i had to make three splitsecond decisions that got my son inside i called nine one one says the third thing he did was grab a shotgun and go after the person he thought was responsible i made the decision to confront that individual no gun was ever found in the jogger was allowed to go free i don't think there's anything would have changed i made the decision letterman says if anything that running help solidify his stance on assault rifles i don't think framers of the second amendment ever envisioned weapon is fearsome owes assault rifle and the fact that a private citizen would need or be able to purchase a dozen or more of them to hear this interview on full visit our website just the nudo kyw newsradio farmer pennsylvania attorney general kathleen kane is one step closer to prison after the state superior court upheld her conviction on perjury yesterday hey better bureau chief jim melwert has the story among the arguments that state superior court rejected kathleen canes claims she should have been allowed to present pornographic emails from two former assistant attorneys general the discovery of those emails uncorked the socalled horn gates scandal the higher court upholding the decision of a montgomery county judge who declared those emails would simply mislead the jury cain was convicted of perjury and obstruction in montgomery county in the summer of two thousand sixteen she was sentenced to ten to twenty three months in county prison in october of that year she's been free on bail pending her appeal she can still petitioned the state supreme court to take on the appeal if denied a prison report date could be issued at the suburban bureau jim melwert kyw newsradio.
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"Kyw newsradio oh one week after a jury found him guilty of three counts of indecent sexual assault bill cosby's wife is out with a statement attacking her husband's accusers the media prosecutors and the court more from kywz suburban bureau chief jim melwert camille cosby calls it mob justice against her husband pointing to what she says is quote judicial executive legislative media and corporate abuses of power she says bill cosby's rights to a fair trial into an unbiased jury were violated by what in her words are the overall media's frenzied relentless demonization of her husband combined with quote unquestioning acceptance of accusers allegations without any attendant proof she says she has publicly asking for a criminal investigation of the montgomery county district attorney arguing criminal charges were the result of what she calls a promise during an unethical campaign for the da's office camille cosby closer statement by saying she believes someday the truth will prevail adding quote it always does at the suburban bureau jim melwert kyw newsradio at the barnes foundation along museum row on the parkway home to the world's largest collection of renoir paintings the artists son is the focus of a new exhbition kyw steve tower reports a visitor becomes immersed in the autistic exchanges between the renowned impressionist masterpieces a goose renoir and his son the celebrated filmmaker john renoir as you pivot between the paintings and cinema actor and the senate boosts play a significant role in this sheet curator sylvie patrice says there are universal themes that play besides how each experimented with new modes of image making an expression how you did with your father especially when.
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"Jim melwert with us on reporter's roundup five day forecast meteorologist lauren casey with us lauren delightful weather but we still have some advisories in effect yeah we do have a red flag warning in effect danda airquality alert isn't effect for much of the afternoon hours because of the dry weather and also because of the hot weather it is unhealthy for sensitive groups so be sure to take it easy we're dealing with this warmth but otherwise as we head into tonight mostly clear mild winds decreasing low temperature at sixty seven degrees for thursday mostly sunny hot and humid with a stray late day thunderstorm a high temperature of ninety degrees would tie the record set back in two thousand and one on friday partly sunny hot and humid once again with an evening thunderstorm possible a high temperature backup at record territory at eighty nine degrees not as hot as we head into saturday at mixed sunny clouds breezy with some scattered showers and thunderstorms the high temperature at eighty sunday mostly cloudy with a chance of a shower or thunderstorm a high temperature back closer to average at seventy two and by monday we're mostly sunny and seasonable with a high near seventy warren casey with this reporter's roundup thanks again thank you you're listening to reporter's roundup we'll have more in a moment and before we go to traffic let's give you an update on one of the stories in the first segment of reporter's roundup the suspect that was wanted in that the double murder in upper bucks county once found late this afternoon a he was pronounced dead at a piscopo hospital result drug overdose daniel mooney was his name and they say that he was the suspected kyw news time nine eleven memorial day.
High school coach says he was fired for having too many black players
"Center custer county's district attorney says three recent murderer arrest or reminder that drug dealing often comes with violence kyw's suburban bureau chief jim melwert reports chester county da tom hogan says there's a common thread to three recent homicide charges for separate murders and phoenixville north coventry and dakota valeria drug dealing is inherently violent and comes with a death toll attached to it in the north country murder hogan says the victim was a seventeen year old trying to protect three children all under the age of ten from a robbery at a drug house and because he tried to protect the kids the robber's gun him down hogan says the victim in the phoenixville shooting was fifteen years old and the coatesville area shooting was a drive by after a man suspected one of the victims of stealing money and cocaine from him hogan says it's important they make an arrest before what he calls ping pong homicides happen in other words somebody gets killed over drugs and if there's not an arrest somebody else will be killed because there will be a revenge kelly at the suburban bureau jim melwert kyw newsradio kyw news time one thirty four dismissal then some ugly finger pointing a cabinet county high school is now denying allegations of racism made by a recently fired teacher and athletic coach kyw's john mcdevitt tells us more big strong was a history teacher at camden catholic high school and the head coach of the football team he also coached golf strom tells cbs three eyewitness news that the school fired him because he has too many black players on his football team there have always been questions from the administration first time i started on the makeup of the team freshman that we're bringing in transfers that we bring in people that we play on the field in a written statement the school says it does not comment on personnel matters but the accusations are baseless it has any concerns about racism or racial insensitivity is taken seriously and investigated fully john mcdevitt kyw newsradio kyw news time one thirty five for them a dream achieved there nearly four dozen newly sworn american citizens after law day ceremonies in trenton this morning kyw's david madden was there each the oath of allegiance to this country received their papers.
Cosby attorneys vow to appeal guilty verdict: ‘The fight is not over’
"Says the meeting is an obvious precursor to the forthcoming meeting between kim men president trump this was all about setting a tone and message to the white house for the importance of going ahead with the trump kim summit which is the really important one president trump says he has responsibility to resolve the korean conflict dating back sixty five years gary nunn cbs news why w news time twelve oh four so post sex assault conviction what's next for bill cosby kyw suburban bureau chief jim melwert checked in with someone who can give us a clue bill cosby's defense team promises and appeal norris town based defense attorney henry hill says well that's to be expected the percentage of the appeals that are successful is quite rare hilas says the top of the list of issues to raise an appeal will be the five prior bad acts witnesses who testified particularly in light of the fact that at the first trial most of those witnesses were not permitted to testify so i i would be quite surprised at that was not their primary issue direct appeal as for sentencing hilas says the defense will likely point to cosby's agent health reality however is that he was convicted of serious crimes and these are crimes that typically call for a substantial prison sentence cosby sentencing has yet to be scheduled jim melwert kyw newsradio victims of sexual assault might feel a bit more empowered in the wake of the cosby verdict it's a sign their claims may now finally he taking seriously here's kyw community affairs reporter cheri gregg survivors that are out there this is for the howard is executive director for women organized against rape she says getting a guilty verdict against bill cosby during sexual assault awareness month is the i think she says the cake is saying women coming forward and having their stories believe there will be more voices and there will be more individuals that come forward here's the question is whether the impact will embolden prosecutors trickle down to he knew i'll courtroom in philadelphia willett trickle down to a non famous person that doesn't garner media attention that remains to be seen according to the national sexual violence resource center one in five women and one in seventy one men will be raped at some point in their lives cheri gregg hit.
North Korea, South Korea agree to end war, denuclearize peninsula
"Kyw news time nine oh two north and south korean leaders are hopeful yesterday's historic summit is the beginning of a process towards peace most north koreans just now are hearing for the first time about the friday summit between kim jong un and south korean president moon jae in laura bicker of the bbc reports the count's of the meeting lack many specifics young young has insisted it would never give up its nuclear arsenal which it claims it needs to defend itself against aggression from the united states seeing even a small mention of denuclearization any public newspaper will be perceived as a breakthrough by officials in seoul cbs contributor michael morale former cia director says the meeting is an obvious precursor to the forthcoming meeting between kim and president trump this was all about setting a tone and a message to the white house for the importance of going ahead with trump kim summit which is the really important one president trump says he has responsibility to resolve the korean conflict dating back sixty five years gary nunn cbs news kyw news time nine oh four now that bill cosby has been found guilty what's next for the eighty year old entertainer kyw suburban bureau chief jim melwert looked into it bill cosby's defense team promises and appeal norris town based defense attorney henry hill says well that's to be expected the percentage of appeals that are successful is quite rare hilas says the top of the list of issues to raise an appeal will be the five prior bad acts witnesses who testified particularly in light of the fact that at the first trial most of those witnesses were not permitted to testify so i would be quite surprised at that was not their primary issue on direct appeal as for sentencing hilas says the defense will likely point to cosby's agent health reality however is that he was convicted of serious crimes and these are crimes that typically call for a substantial prison sentence sentencing has yet to be scheduled jim melwert kyw newsradio the story of the average sexual assault victim they never get hurt or believed even now but those who advocate for survivors are looking at the bill cosby guilty verdict as a beacon of hope more from kyw community fairs reporter cheri gregg survivors that are out there this is victory for that howard.
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"The imprint netted the event climber was on his motorcycle estimated to be going around ninety miles per hour and fifty five miles per hour zone when barack turned in front of them at the suburban bureau jim melwert kyw news radio now the eyewitness weather five day forecast overcast and cold overnight summary freezing is possible the low down to thirty degrees or watch for icy spots friday morning friday clouds and some sun areas of flurries or a spotty snow shower possible high forty three saturday sunny and quiet pretty nice day to start the weekend the high forty six member to set those clocks ahead an hour before you go to bed saturday night we start daylight saving time on sunday sunday clouds and sunshine with a high of forty eight degrees and then sunday night into monday were gonna be tracking a storm system that is going to be tracking by to our now many of our computer models take that storm out to sea and miss us to the south but there are some that indicate could try to turn up the coast bringing us a possible brush with rain and snow so we have left a chance of rain and snow in the forecast for monday but again will have to keep a very close eye on that costa will system the high monday fortythree tuesday sun and clouds still chile the high forty five with your eyewitness weather forecast i'm cbs three meteorologist kate bilo on kyw newsradio of all the people in the world you feel like you were destined to find her and now that you have come to jared the gallery of jewellery to find the diamond destined for her it's called chosen by jared it's a diamond with a one of a kind story only jared can tell from the raw stone to the rain showare forever jared makes her diamonds creation part of your love story we document its entire journey from procuring yet in its roughest cure foreign to the finished masterpiece we sat into her engagement.
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"Deny them their second amendment right is not gonna make any one state what's more to me says he hasn't gone any money from the nra since 2010 president trump does suggest to me is built to expand background checks be the basis for gun control legislation the nra opposed that bipartisan measure introduced after the slaughter at sandy hook ian bush kyw newsradio now president trump says police in florida should have taken away the high school shooting suspects gun whether they had the right to or not here at home a republican state legislator from montgomery county is introducing a bill that would lead police do that in some cases until the judge can determine if a person's dangerous it's called red flag gun legislation kyw suburban bureau chief jim melwert explain under the legislation state rep todd steven says the media family member a law enforcement official could ask a judge the issue it's called in extreme risk protection order which would temporarily removed some on guns from them uh it's been demonstrated that they are a threat to themselves or others steven says the subject to the order will get a full hearing in the chance to reclaim their guns and there would be charges friend who to make small statements to get someone's guns taken away five states already have red light gun laws in the books with many more considering them following the parkland school shooting steven says will the mass shootings got the headlines the majority of gunned us or suicides which could be preventable the guns were removed republican congressman bryant it's patrick from bucks county is cosponsor of similar federal legislation at the suburban bureau jim melwert kyw newsradio kyw news time four thirty seven we check in with katie fehlinger the eyewitness weather center we got a coastal storm on the way katie and we're just talking about what a deepening low means gift the fbi you got the short explanation of the.
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"Republicans on the state legislature so they plan to ask the us supreme court to put a hold on a new congressional map drawn will the pennsylvania supreme court philadelphia suburban bureau chief jim melwert joining us with the latest on this would give you been taking a look at what attorneys for republicans will likely argued guest give lawrence tablist an attorney representing several republican candidates and volunteers on why he believes the us supreme court should put a hold on the implementation of the new congressional maps in pennsylvania supreme court did not give appropriate time could the legislature to cook fill it you a constitutional duty data says the state legislature was not given enough time to draw and pass that new map under the timeframe laid out by the state supreme court he says the implementation of the new map was such a tight timelines is also due process and equal protection issue that's not fair to any voter in pennsylvania democrat republican independent all voters have been put into this situation of chaos and confusion earlier this month the us supreme court denied a request for a stay after the pennsylvania after the pennsylvania supreme court ordered the new map be draw batistuta says the difference now is the court has instituted that mappi compares the time lender referees in the super bowl changing the rules of the game in the fourth quarter leaving coaches and players scrambling to try to determine how to play the game a series of legal challenges steve us supreme court also action in in federal court in the middle district of pennsylvania but not much time for appeals as the 27th tuesday is the first day to circulate and file nominating petitions under a revised calendar for congressional races be pressure is on thank you gendler suburban bureau chief care what of jim melwert op reporters round come with the show both there's been some time since the show boat hotelcasino with a gambling and entertainment attraction in atlantic city but a change is in the words but adelphia developer bart black stain has a tentative plan to reopen a casino inside that property but we'll it fly covering this joining us in the studio kyw smart abrams marqui las vegas based casino analyst list you report offering his thoughts on this that's right steve and he doesn't think platt's teens plan is a.
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"In the news at this hour in battled congressmen had knee and will be retiring at the end of his term amid sexual harassment allegations i am andrew kramer two months before his retrial on sex assault charges of set to begin in montgomery county bill cosby's new defence team says charges should be tossed because prosecutors can't prove the encounter happened within the statute of limitations i'm jim melwert in norristown i'm chris joe hanson the trial begins for the man charged with shooting if they'll be caught allegedly in the name of isis two years ago absolutely amazed at jesse heart is hear what the suspect setting court coming up she miers news update us no secret president trump doesn't think bunch of the rush you a pro but did he tried to fire special counsel robert muller multiple reports suggest he did last summer and might have had it not been for the threaten resignation of his white house counsel cbs's paula reid resident cannot directly related this national like candy however is order deputy attorney general rod rosenstein to fire special counsel robert muller and deputy attorney general rod rosenstein he's been asked about the several times when he has testified before congress and he has suggested that if he was ordered to fire him without 'cause he would not do that the president had apparently been told by white house staffers at muller's services special counsel was a conflict of interests political analysts seri saveta these vacation would have fallen very quickly earlier shipley no way the public would have accepted this and would not accept it now and won't accept it in the future if he attempts to firebomb more cbs news update i'm jim chenevey kyw news time is 132 it's time for traffic and transit on the twos we still have an accident out there on the boulevard southbound at said woodhaven not blocking any lanes looks like it's all to the right shoulder no delays but just a heads up as you go on by once again that's the boulevard southbound at what haven an accident now off to the right let's go to the schuylkill expressway seventy six east all lanes are blocked off at the vine street expressway overnight construction you're being detoured at the vine until five seventy six west you're getting by no problems but we do have some left lane construction from south street all the.
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"Overnight heading into the morning cloudy windy and cold wind chills its lowest five degrees the overnight low twenty two for the rest of your wednesday partly sunny skies it will be windy wind chills down in the teens and snow showers expected during the evening on wednesday the high thirty one veteran forecast coming up in just a couple of minutes traffic and transit on the tubes the mother of a chester county boy who was savagely beaten to death in 2014 has been sentenced two decades behind bars in connection with his death for moral that here's kyw suburban bureau chief jim melwert killian tate cents to forty two to ninety four years in prison for her role in the death of three year old scotty mcmillan g actively participated in the murder of her young john chester county prosecutor mike newt's as teat underplay friend gary fella bump beat the threeyearold the death investigators say the couple hung him upside down beat him with homemade a curtain rod in a frying pan the two also beats got his older brother now nine years old that boy wrote a letter which new reddit teeth sentencing he he is he could go back in time so he could call the police or stop it and he ended by saying that now his mother you're going to be in her time out in jail data voided first degree murder and lie from prison when she agreed to testify against bellenbaum he pleaded guilty earlier this year and was sentenced to life plus ten to twenty years in prison at the suburban bureau jim melwert kyw newsradio the school reform commission we'll be dissolving and that now clears the way for a new sydney school board to manage education in the city of philadelphia was kyw used justin trudeau reports philadelphia mayor jim kenney is looking to change the way the school board is selected right now mayor kenney is the rolling authority when it comes to who gets on the school board charter amendment has the mayor appointing nominating panel and knows people taken all of the applications anybody in philadelphia interested in putting their name forward can go to the nominating panel and they will suggest 27 names to the mayor but on tuesday jays lesser mayor kinney's chief of staff asked city council to make changes to their charter so council can have more oversight in the.