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"jim millwork" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

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02:02 min | 3 months ago

"jim millwork" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"An ant, anti phone force tipster and let us know what you see on the roads. Here's the number to 157 24 10 60 in the K Y w 24 hour Traffic Center. I'm Stevie Reese. And now the five day forecast years, NBC 11th Alert meteorologist Bill Henley. Are stretch of mild weather continues for the next few days, but are stretch of foggy mornings is likely to continue as well. The fog will dissipate this morning. We'll turn partly sunny this afternoon Lunchtime temperature of 68 degrees warms to 74 today clear skies this evening. We will dip down into the sixties but by tomorrow morning low clouds and fog return 60, the low temperature 72 with clouds and some breaks of sunshine. Friday afternoon. Partly sunny Saturday, little bit cooler in the morning 59 degrees really Nice afternoon 73, but that's where our mild weather ends. Colder air comes in for Sunday. A cold front sweeps through Saturday night 49 degrees Sunday morning in a high of just 56 with clouds and some sunshine in the afternoon on Sunday, then clouds are back with a warm front that passes through Sunday night and into Monday morning. We could see a few scattered showers Monday morning, then breaks of sunshine in the afternoon and the temperatures Back in the low seventy's a high of 71 for Monday. I'm NBC 11th Alert meteorologist Bill Henley, with the most accurate forecast count on it. 65 degrees under clouds and fog in center city. We're heading to 70 For once The Sunshine comes out this afternoon. It's 11 35. Our election system is far from perfect further, still, with last minute partisan challenges to the rules. But some of the mess is a result of administrative issues like the delay in the time a mail in ballot is processed. And when the confirmation e mail goes out to the voter, that's causing some confusion, not only four voters but for elections officials as well. Our suburban bureau chief Jim Millwork, takes a look. Pennsylvania Secretary of State Kathy Book far urged voters to be patient, and she notes County elections officers. Are getting swamped with thousands of balance each day,.

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"jim millwork" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

04:26 min | 3 months ago

"jim millwork" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Y. W News radio coverage sponsored by Anthology Senior Living of King of Prussia, Delaware County Weekend Long Voter services event continues on this rainy day. It was iffy that it would be held not because of the weather, but because of a court challenge Our suburban bureau chief Jim Millwork, reports, lawyers representing a group of Delaware County voters argued the county did not properly advertised the meeting where the Board of Elections voted on the plan to hold the pop of voter services at the soccer stadium in Chester, which they say is a violation of sunshine laws. But Delaware County Solicitor William Martin says there was discussion at two different public meetings in September and plenty of opportunity for public comment. Martin lashed out of the Republican Party accusing right wing interests of funding court challenges. This county has been suits six different times within the last month in a serious, suspicious, groundless lawsuit, and everyone is designed to keep people from vote. But Attorney Joel Frank, representing the residents who brought the suit, denies it has anything to do with politics, but was simply aboutthe law. For whatever reason, the motivation. I'm not going to speculate like Mr Martin did. About some undue forces at play here. They didn't file the sunshine accuracy required. But the judge sided with the county and ruled the event can go on his plan that runs through Sunday will offer a voter registration mail in ballot requests and ballot drop offs at the suburban bureau Jim Mel work what W NEWS Radio. The nation is deeply divided over its most important values and democracy itself is teetering. That's what a majority of voters tell The Associated Press and RC Poles. Just down today, President Trump's supporters and people voting for Joe Biden agree. If the opposing candidate wins, he'll make things even worse. 85% of all registered voters surveyed described the country is being greatly divided. Just 15% say American democracy is working extremely well or very well. Police in France have opened a terrorism investigation after a history teacher was beheaded on a street just outside Paris. The victim said to be a middle school teacher who discussed with his class characters of Islam's Prophet Mohammed. The attacker was shot dead by police. Late last month. A man with a meat cleaver wounded to people outside the former offices of Charlie Hebdo, the satirical newspaper where 12 people were killed in a shooting rampage five years ago after it published cartoons of Mohammed. 53 degrees and raining in center city. We're heading down to 43 with some more rain to come. It's 3 18 came wind. W news radio presents live and learn Education in a covert 19 world. The pandemic has forced many parents and guardians to take on new roles in their child's education. As we hear from charitable use. Justin Kudo. It's no different for reporters who bring us the news. While they also teach their little ones at home, a dust cousin. It has spent years mastering how to balance two full time jobs. One is a mother to a 35 and seven year old and the other as a reporter here at K Y w news radio, But during the pandemic, both of those jobs came to a crossroads at her home. When I'm recording, I'm doing it in between screams and yells. I used my mute button a lot when I'm doing interviews because of the stuff that's going on in the background of my house. So with you Insurgency of the school year cousin. It's decided to take matters into our own hands to make sure her kid's got a proper education, and she could worry about breaking news. Instead of a tantrum, breaking out. I reached out to parents on line and found three other families. We hired two teachers rented an apartment and basically created a micro school for the kids. That move gave Cousin It's time in her day to report the news, but she also ended up with another job. I'm also a de facto like administrator of my Kid's school. Now that administrator role means a more hands on approach to work. Is education. They have asked the parents to come in for like two hours to kind of watch the kids. I have to do that when I'm not working as an administrator. Cousins has helped establish school rules like a mandatory mask requirement morning temperature checks and gives and put on the curriculum. So they do science, math history, geography, reading literacy. Phonics. Being an administrator of this educational pot has also given cousin It's a newfound appreciation for teachers as she counts down the days until she can retire from her administrator position. I think every parent Bably agrees. We can't wait till the schools get back on track and feel like a little bit more normal. Justin Udo K Y W News radio. I'll check on the roads next, including the eastbound Vine Street Expressway, where there's a jam up because of a crash approaching Broad street. That's with Stevie. In a moment, way know it feels.

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"jim millwork" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:38 min | 3 months ago

"jim millwork" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"60 as long as you could make the call safely. We always like to hear from tipsters that let us know what you're seeing. In the K y w 24 hour Traffic Center. I'm Stevie Weeks. Another five day forecast with NBC 11th Alert. Meteorologists blend Hurricane Schwartz while the drier air has moved back in, and it looks like it's going to stay pretty dry for the rest of the week. Temperature's starting to go up a CZ. Well, we're partly sunny this afternoon and comfortable with the high temperature around 70, which is exactly average for this time of the year. Tonight. Clear and seasonably Cool, Low 51 in the city forties in the suburbs, then tomorrow sunny and Nice High 73 Wednesday mostly sunny, windy and warm, er high 77. Then we cool down for just a couple days Thursday. Mostly sunny, breezy and colder. The high 66 Friday Sonny and Chili with a high 62 members to 11th alert meteorologist Glenn Hurricane Schwartz with your most accurate forecast. Count on it. Mostly sunny. It's 66 degrees in center city, heading to 71 35. Now he won't seek another term in 2022 as the Republican senator from Pennsylvania. Nor will he make a run for governor. Despite being considered a front runner for that job, Pat to me making this official today as we hear from our suburban bureau chief, Jim Millwork. Pat Toomey, standing with his wife and three Children, says his family sacrifice played into his decision as well as their belief in term limits, noting he'll have been in public service for 18 years when this term ends 18 years is a long period of time in a person's life. The former Wall Street banker turned.

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"jim millwork" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

04:01 min | 4 months ago

"jim millwork" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"81. Then Tuesday and Wednesday. Nice and sunny. Tuesday. 71 Wednesday's high 76 Glenn Thanks It's 305, Pennsylvania South Secretary Dr Rachel Levine says. As we remember 9 11 there are lessons from that time 19 years ago. Apply to us now in the midst of the Corona virus pandemic, their suburban bureau chief Jim Millwork, explains. Dr Rachel Levine opened a press conference with a moment of silence for the lives lost on 9 11. In addition to thinking all of those who served 19 years ago, I want to think our first responders who are on the front lines right now of the worst pandemic that we have experienced in our lifetime, Libyan says. In many cases, those first responders and healthcare workers who've been treating cove in 19 patients have had to stay away from their families. Keep them safe from the virus just is our first responders are united in protecting us. Pennsylvanians must also be united in this fight to stop the spread of covert 19, she says. That includes wearing masks and staying 6 FT. Apart from people. Pennsylvania Fire Commissioner Bruce Trego closed remarks by quoting Sandy Dahl, the widow of United 93 captain Jason Dahl, between learned nothing from this tragedy. We must learn that life is sure. And there is no time for hate at suburban bureau Jim Mel worked K Y W NewsRadio governor Murphy says almost 3/5 of people who respond to New Jersey's Covad contact tracing Army are refusing to cooperate. He suggests people are worried the tracers might pass information along to law enforcement. Particularly for those cases that could be associated with underage drinking parties. The governor this afternoon sought to allay those concerns. 307 now President Trump says Israel and the Kingdom of Bahrain have agreed to establish full diplomatic relations. It's the second Mideast peace agreement to be announced here in a month. Bahrain joins the United Arab Emirates and agreeing to normalize relations with Israel. President says the leaders of all three countries will be here Tuesday. Design What's being dubbed Thie Abraham Accords, the sand was loaded up with blood. And now you see that a lot of that sand is going to be loaded up with peace. Mr. Trump says he believes the Palestinians will soon want to sign their own accord with Israel. Leaders in the West Bank and Gaza, previously called the US deal with Israel, a betrayal. Stephen Portnoy. CBS NEWS The White House Prosecutors in the case of four former Minneapolis police officers charged in the death of George Floyd say the men should face trial together because the evidence and charges against them are similar. Defense attorneys have argued for separate trials, saying they're likely to offer antagonistic defenses. The former officers appeared in court today for a hearing on the prosecution's request to hold that joint trial and on other issues. No decisions today from the judge she's expected to rule At a later date. Floyd died on May 25th Memorial Day after officer Derek Shaven pressed his knee against Floyd's neck. At least 16 people have been killed in the wildfires that have torched the West Washington state fires have destroyed entire towns. They've also claimed the life of a one year old boy, as we hear from correspondent Carter Evans Don Marie Baxter. Sister Jamie Highland was camping with her husband, Jake, and son, Yuri, Away where there was no cell service. The couple couldn't escape the flames of the Cold Springs fire in their trucks, so they ran over a mile in the dark. To a river. Jacob was carrying at least a five gallon bucket of water and baby Ariel input, shielding him with his whole body. In fact, his burns are less because he was covering the baby and hunched down over him solo. By the time rescuers arrive, you're areal had died. His second birthday would have been next month or other people have died in Oregon were about a half a million others have been forced to leave their homes to escape the flames. The wildfire burning north of Sacramento is now California's deadliest this year. The North complex fire, as it's called, is killed, at least 10 people. 77 degrees.

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PA Health Secretary Honors 9/11 victims

KYW 24 Hour News

01:10 min | 4 months ago

PA Health Secretary Honors 9/11 victims

"Pennsylvania South Secretary Dr Rachel Levine says. As we remember 9 11 there are lessons from that time 19 years ago. Apply to us now in the midst of the Corona virus pandemic, their suburban bureau chief Jim Millwork, explains. Dr Rachel Levine opened a press conference with a moment of silence for the lives lost on 9 11. In addition to thinking all of those who served 19 years ago, I want to think our first responders who are on the front lines right now of the worst pandemic that we have experienced in our lifetime, Libyan says. In many cases, those first responders and healthcare workers who've been treating cove in 19 patients have had to stay away from their families. Keep them safe from the virus just is our first responders are united in protecting us. Pennsylvanians must also be united in this fight to stop the spread of covert 19, she says. That includes wearing masks and staying 6 FT. Apart from people. Pennsylvania Fire Commissioner Bruce Trego closed remarks by quoting Sandy Dahl, the widow of United 93 captain Jason Dahl, between learned nothing from this tragedy. We must learn that life is sure. And there is no time for hate at suburban bureau Jim Mel worked K Y W

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"jim millwork" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:56 min | 4 months ago

"jim millwork" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"36 Bucks County officials say infections from college campuses are playing a big role in their recent rise in Corona virus cases. We get the latest from our suburban bureau chief, Jim Millwork, Bucks County health director Dr David Dancer says of a college student Somewhere, Gets Cove in 19 then goes home to Bucks County. Those cases will count towards Bucks County's total. We've seen some of those college college kids. Spread the disease to household contacts or friends when they come back, not a lot, but some dancers, advice of someone test positive all away at college. They should try to stay put if it all possible. Ah and then you know that would keep it to where it is and not bring it to a new area of the country or bust down your Pennsylvania. Whether are very few cases and now you're adding this location to that burden. Dancer says the college cases were generally from social gatherings, not spread in classrooms. As for parents who were worried about kids away at schools who may have climbing case counts, he says most students show miner if any symptoms. They need to be reminded to be smart about avoiding social gatherings at the suburban bureau Jim Mel Work K Y. W News radio, It would take what Washington would consider a miracle to get another Kobe relief package through Congress before Election Day. The Senate today failed to advance of $500 billion Republican proposal four months after House Democrats passed their $3 trillion plan. It was a nonstarter with the GOP before today's procedural vote, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell acknowledged the bill does not contain every idea that Republicans want but asserted it would be much better than doing nothing. It now appears Congress will vote this month to avoid a government shutdown and then head home for the campaign. Latest unemployment numbers and dedicate layoffs are stuck A historically high numbers. Another 884,000 Americans claimed unemployment benefits in the week ending September 5th the exact same amount from the week prior, which was revised higher the total number of people claiming benefits in all programs for unemployment in the week ending August 22nd increased by 380,000 that total now tops 29,600,000. CBS news business analyst Dill Schlessinger in New Jersey. The number of people applying for first time unemployment eight rose by more than 1600 last week from the week before, bit better news in Pennsylvania, where initial jobless claims dropped by about 2900. 3 38. The homeless encampments in Philadelphia are still up day after a third deadline from the city for people to leave came and went and organizers are not budging. No one believes Tim Jimenez is along the Ben Franklin Parkway. With this story, the encampment entrances are blocked off with things like bike racks and pallets. Organizer Dominique McQuaid says the barriers come down if Mayor Kenny sanctions this encampment if he's going to reopen negotiations And actually talk to us not just offer us the same services that he keeps. Pretending.

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"jim millwork" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:38 min | 4 months ago

"jim millwork" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"And Sunday mostly cloudy and humid with some showers and storms developing the high 81 Glen. Thanks It's 305. The Republicans Slim down Corona Virus Relief bill has gone down to defeat in the Senate in a mostly party line vote that Well well short of what's needed to overcome a filibuster. Democrats said the $500 billion measure shortchanges too many pressing needs in the ongoing pandemic. They were looking for a couple trillion dollars in aid. This vote today seems likely to end hopes for further Cove it relief before the election. Bucks County. You seeing an increase in the number of Corona virus cases and officials are blaming it on college students and social gatherings as we hear from our suburban bureau chief Jim Millwork, Bucks County health director Dr David Damn, skirt says if a student gets infected into college outside the county, but then comes home. That case counts for Bucks County that is accounting for Ah, large percent of the increase that we've had recently our college students coming back to Bucks County, he says. The infection's they're seeing from college campuses are typically from social gatherings in the classroom setting. They're not giving it to professor just not like that. It's it's what they're doing when they're not in classes, and now it's a big It's a big distinction. But it's also difficult to stop his advices. Students who test positive to try to stay isolated on campus of possible rather than going home and potentially infecting parents or spreading the virus somewhere else and you said Rather than telling their kids to come home. Parents concerned about Case Count's climbing on campus should tell their kids to be smart about social gatherings. Recognizing this is not a forever situation at the suburban bureau Jim Mel work gave edible you news radio. 307 summer over backto work today for Philadelphia City Council members High on council President Darryl Clark's agenda and anti poverty initiative, violence prevention and police reform. Among the Bills Council is expected to vote on a ban on the use of certain physical restraints by police on suspects. Of the homeless encampments in Philadelphia are still standing a day after the city issued its third order for people to leave and for a third time did not enforce that order and the organizer's they are not planning on going anywhere. What about Houston? Jimenez has the story from the Ben Franklin Parkway. Metal barriers and wooden pallets are blocking off the encampment here, a 22nd in the parkway. These barriers are not put up to be violent as Kenny tried to say on Twitter. That's organizer Jamal Henderson, who says the possibility of force being used to evict them is on the top of their minds. After what happened blocks away a few months back on 6 76 City will not have a date to tear gas and you and used rubber.

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"jim millwork" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:58 min | 5 months ago

"jim millwork" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Life in a pandemic. Now the latest from K Y W News radio Well despite hints of AH, possible extension yesterday from governor Tom Wolfe, the moratorium on evictions here in Pennsylvania has now expired. Hey, Y w Suburban B o Chief Jim Mel Word has been following that for US. Governor Tom Wolfe is twice extended the moratorium on evictions once in May, then again in July, But the emergency services code limits my power in this particular area, and I cannot take any further action for temporary housing relief on my own. Wolf's calling on the state Legislature to extend the moratorium. He's asking for 90 days, but says he's open to discussion. He also wants to $100 Million of Cares Act funding allocated $100 million for utilities and $100 million to prevent it. Shins and foreclosures. Senate Republican leader Jake Corman accuses the governor of playing politics with people's lives, He says Senate Republicans are committed to making changes. But as the governor's made zero phone calls to Republican leadership and has given them little to no guidance on how to achieve the legislation that he wants at the suburban bureau Jim Millwork KOW news radio as Temple University continues dealing with covert 19 issues. Hey, why? W's Andrew Kramer reports, City health officials are asking students to do their part to stop the spread. The number of Corona virus cases that temple in the triple digits over all these numbers are concerning in the rate of rises even more concerning so, Philadelphia Health Commissioner Dr Tom Farley told students over the weekend to avoid all social gatherings. Regardless of how many people are there, he's now doubling down on that request for any temple student who's listening this today? I want to be really clear. We're asking to follow this guidance. You should assume that everyone around you is infected. Stay in your room or stay in your apartment. Unless you have to out for essential errands. Wear a mask when around anyone else Otherwise, this outbreak could grow quickly, he says. Contact tracing suggest most of the exposures are coming from students living in off campus apartments and from those small social gatherings, which he's trying to stop..

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"jim millwork" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:48 min | 5 months ago

"jim millwork" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Extension Monday from governor Tom Wolfe. The moratorium on evictions has expired. Cable W. Suburban Bureau chief Jim Mel weren't reports Governor Tom Wolfe is twice extended the moratorium on evictions once in May, then again in July, But the emergency services code limits my power in this particular area, and I cannot take any further action for temporary housing. Relief on my own Wolf's calling on the state Legislature to extend the moratorium. He's asking for 90 days, but says he's opened the discussion. He also wants to $100 million of care. Zack funding allocated $100 million for utilities and $100 million to prevent evictions and foreclosures. Senate Republican leader Jake Corman accuses the governor of playing politics with people's lives, he says Senate Republicans Are committed to making changes. But as the governor's made zero phone calls to Republican leadership and has given them little to no guidance on how to achieve the legislation that he wants at the suburban bureau Jim Millwork KOW news radio. New reality life in a pandemic, now the latest from K Y W News radio as Temple University continues dealing with a covert 19 outbreak. Caillebotte W's Andrew Kramer reports. City health officials are asking students to do their part to stop the spread. A number of Corona virus cases a temple in the triple digits over all these numbers are concerning in the rate of rises even more concerning so, Philadelphia Health Commissioner Dr Tom Farley told students over the weekend to avoid all social gatherings. Regardless of how many people are there, he's now doubling down on that request for any temple student who's listening this today? I want to be really clear. We're asking to follow this guidance. You should assume that everyone around you is infected. Stay in your room or stay in your apartment. Unless you have to out for essential errands. Wear a mask when around anyone else Otherwise, this outbreak could grow quickly, he says. Contact tracing suggest most of the exposures are coming from students living off campus apartments and from those small social gatherings, which he's trying to stop. Temple classes are online only through the end of next week. Andrew Kramer. Okay, what have you news Radio school ideas were supposed to be required starting this week for Philadelphia students picking up food. At meal sites throughout the city. But Mayor Kenny says that's scrapped. This means the beginning this Thursday, September 3rd students and families can pick up a grab and go meal boxes at any one of the 62 school district Meals distribution sites. Regardless of what school they're pickup is every Thursday, 9 A.m. to noon. Students get meals for the entire week. Members of a black Catholic church in South Philadelphia site. Racism. Is it play in their parish in his cable? W's Justin Udo reports, They're asking the archdiocese do do something about it. Carolyn Jenkins has deep roots at ST Charles Borromeo have been a member of all.

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"jim millwork" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:07 min | 5 months ago

"jim millwork" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Despite hints yesterday from governor Wolf of a possible extension, the moratorium on evictions in Pennsylvania has expired and with rent due for many on this first of the month, people who are out of work and can't pay the landlord Are now in danger of losing the roof over their heads. Out of the suburban bureau chief Jim Millward reports Governor Tom Wolfe is twice extended the moratorium on evictions once in May, then again in July, But the emergency services code limits my power in this particular area, and I cannot take any further action for temporary housing. Relief on my own Wolf's calling on the state Legislature to extend the moratorium. He's asking for 90 days, but says he's open to discussion. He also wants to $100 Million of Cares Act funding allocated $100 million for utilities and $100 million to prevent evictions and foreclosures. Senate Republican Leader Jake Corman accuses the governor of playing politics with people's lives, he says Senate Republicans Are committed to making changes. But as the governor's made zero phone calls to Republican leadership and has given them little to no guidance on how to achieve the legislation that he wants at the suburban bureau Jim Millwork KOW news radio 3 32 another cove it vaccine is showing. Promise. The story after we check traffic and weather on twos, sponsored by Window Nation, get 50% off all styles of windows. The window nation dot com and we check in with Stevie Reese. Sexy in traffic is still pretty backed up here with the eastbound Scougall Expressway work. The delay starts at Montgomery and goes all the way down to around South Street. Now, the lane that we're seeing his block is actually closer to university. But that's when you really start to pick up speed and gets a mo mentum continuing east on the Scougall Expressway. Now we're not seeing any big delays if you were trying trying to get to the Walt Whitman Bridge, Now East calendar right around broad is where we usually see the delay. We are seeing it a little bit West bound if you're getting off of the Walt Whitman Bridge on going Suction. Something brand new. We've got 95 Looks like this is near Cotman. Watch out for some jammed up traffic because of the looks to be a broken down vehicle. 95 south down near common. We've got the right lane blocked there and then on the south Bounds I or North North bound site Traffic is jammed up as you approach the Betsy Ross Bridge up to Bridge Street That is just volume. Blue room for 76 everything in decent shape problem in Overbrook. You want to avoid the area all around Haverford Avenue between lands down and 68 because of an accident that they're trying to get This all cleared up so that entire area is backed up. We look good on for 22 to 0 to DeKalb Pike Self down. We've got A water main break. So it's closed at Hancock Avenue. Hancocks closed between sweet and DeKalb was, well, New Jersey to 95 south bound that broken down bus that we had. It was just after 42. It's out of the way. So we've still got just a little bit of volume left over in that space between the White Horse Pike and 42. Other major New Jersey Rose. Really not terrible at this time, your next updates coming up. In less than 10. Minutes AT and t phone forced tipsters. Here's the number to 157 24 10 60 in the K y W 24 Hour Traffic Center. I'm Stevie.

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04:06 min | 5 months ago

"jim millwork" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Listen to those local officials. If they tell you to leave. I can't find the words. Enough strong enough to say you have to leave. You have to get out in about half a million people have been told to get out. Leave their homes. Head well inland. Not everybody's heeding the warning. Of course, this woman has lived on the Texas coast for more than a quarter century and is going to ride it out is scary here. No one did it supposed to be stronger and Still unpredictable. She's scary to leave your stuff behind. Laura is expected to remain a Category four hurricane through landfall tonight or early tomorrow morning and then rapidly get weaker. 3 36, a 17 year old boy has been arrested after the killing of two people during a third night of protests in Kenosha, Wisconsin, over the police shooting of a black man, Jacob Blake. Kyle Rittenhouse from Antioch, Illinois, was taken into custody today in Illinois, just 15 miles from Kenosha, Wisconsin, on suspicion of first degree intentional homicide. Two people were killed last night in an attack carried out by what cell phone video shows to be a young white man. It was caught opening fire in the middle of the street with a semi automatic rifle. The FBI is sending special agents and analysts to Kenosha after President Trump announced that federal law enforcement would be sent to the city. Unrest continues in Portland, Oregon, where protestors against police violence and racism marched for 1/90 straight day since the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. The crowd gathered outside City Hall last night, police say some demonstrators smashed glass doors, vandalize surveillance cameras, Cops declared a riot, inciting the extreme life safety concerns of security guards inside the building. Two dozen people were arrested. Republican leaders in the Pennsylvania State Senate are proposing changes to fix mail in ballots. But county officials around here who are ultimately responsible for running elections under the rules set by Harrisburg feel the proposal would do more harm than good as we hear from our suburban bureau chief. They were able to use. Jim Millwork. Senate Majority Leader Jake Corman says the changes would go a long way and increasing access, accountability and security of elections. But Montgomery County Chief operating officer Lisa TZ X says legislation is really in conflict with itself with easy access. It's helpful in moving the deadline to request the mail in ballot from the current one week before the election to two weeks before But then points out of prohibits the use of drop boxes for ballots. It acknowledges there are timing issues with mailing and receiving ballots on time. But it also takes dropouts is off the table, which would go a long way to alleviating that same issue. Delaware County Councilwoman Christine Ruth or questions things in the bill, like lifting the restriction that poll watchers have to be from within the county, using a bill with necessary fixes the vehicle for getting in a Republican wish list. You know, for potentially intimidating voters or making it harder to return absentee ballots. It's frustrating. It's politics at its worst at the suburban bureau Jim Mel work a winnable you news radio 21 people have been arrested in a sting in New Jersey, targeting those accused of sexually exploiting Children online. Attorney General Gerbier Gray Wall announced the arrest today, saying they were made between March 18th and the end of last month. The operation, called Screen Capture was launched in response to a dramatic increase in reports of potential threats to kids from online predators during the pandemic. Some stories that we've brought you over the last five months Three defendants. Two men and a woman are charged in separate incidents for sexually assaulting or attempting to sexually assault Children. 17 other men and a teenager face child endangerment charges for possessing or distributing child sexual abuse materials. 82 degrees and partly sunny in center city or heading down the 70 Tonight It's 3 39. The construction zone near South Street on 76. West will slow you down. What else is doing so next? Hey, mind W NewsRadio.

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02:41 min | 5 months ago

"jim millwork" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Thunderstorms. Later Saturday, Saturday night and into Sunday with Saturday and Sunday will be up to 87 degrees Carol. All right, Thankyou, Bill. It's 806. Nothing has been typical in 2020, and that includes the Democratic National Convention. Hey, what I'm used to Bourbon Bureau Chief Jim Mel work spoke with some area delegates. Sister County Commissioner Marien Moskowitz is a delegate for the DNC. This is my first convention. And so I'm a little disappointed that I can't Attend for the camaraderie meeting people across the world with the same goals. But she says she's grateful for the technology that's letting her still be part of it. At least I'm still Able to attend and be part of the process. I think there's something special about voting in person, but I'm happy to do it online as well. State. Rep. Matt Bradford from Montgomery County is also a delegate. He says there is still an energy is they work too back the Biden Harris ticket, but also just the actual experiences very different. You don't have, you know. The balloon drops, and you don't have quite the same level of the party atmosphere. And he adds, in the grand scheme of things, it's a small thing. We all recognize this election is a lot more important than a convention at the suburban bureau Jim Millwork convertible you news radio. Philadelphia is the only city that federal health authorities are asking to help them plan distribution for Cove in 19 Vaccine, K. Y W. City Hall bureau chief Paolo reports, the city's health commissioner, gave an update on the plan at yesterday's briefing. Commissioner Tom Farley remains optimistic that at least one vaccine will be available by early next year, nearly 40 different vaccines being tested on humans. Three of those that have the farthest advance are now being tested in tens of thousands of people, he says. AstraZeneca is so confident When it's developed with Oxford scientists that it's already manufacturing it. Still, demand is likely to outstrip production at first, so the CDC has asked four states and Philadelphia to work out a delivery system. Doctor, Farley says the first priority would be the elderly and medically vulnerable, and their caregivers and medical providers says more does has become available. The vaccine be open up to others at low risk, and ultimately everyone Doctor, Farley says in Philadelphia, the doses will be tracked on the city's immunization registry. He says The registry may be one reason the CDC chose the city for the distribution pilot program. He thinks the registry could become a national model Pat Lobe y. W News radio. We have an accident investigation happening on 95 north bound in the Northeast will get an update on that plus weather coming up. It's a tonight on K Y w news radio. When it matters most depend on K Y w news radio. We'll get you through thinking about life insurance. What if you could make one free phone call and learn your best price from nearly.

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KYW Newsradio 1060

02:42 min | 5 months ago

"jim millwork" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Convention on K Y W. NewsRadio, Joe Biden and secures enough delegates to become the Democratic presidential nominee. The presidential nominating conventions haven't been contested for decades and bite and demonstrated he had enough support for the nomination months ago. The former roll call, nevertheless a symbolic milestone this evening and an expression of the party support for their candidate. I'll formally accept the nomination on Thursday. Moments ago, Joe Pied and spoke in person and optimistic in terms as she makes the case for her husband. She delivered her more remarks live from Brandywine High School in Wilmington, Delaware. In the classroom, where she taught English in the early 19 nineties, saying joke and bring us together and carry us forward. Well, nothing is Typical this year. Even as it relates to political conventions. KOW suburban bureau chief Jim Miller talked with some delegates who won't be in the room where it happens. Chester County Commissioner Marion Moskowitz is a delegate for the DNC. This is my first convention, so I'm a little disappointed that I can't Attend for the camaraderie meeting people across the world with the same goals. But she says she's grateful for the technology that's letting her still be part of it. At least I'm still Able to attend and me part of the process. I think there's something special about voting in person, but I'm happy to do it online as well. State Rep map. Bradford from Montgomery County is also a delegate. He says there is still an energy is they work too back the Biden Harris ticket, but also just the actual experiences very different. You don't have, you know. The balloon drops, and you'll have quite the same level of the party atmosphere. And, he adds. In the grand scheme of things, it's a small thing. We all recognize this election is a lot more important than a convention at the suburban bureau Jim Millwork convertible you news radio. CBS News Special Report, the Democratic National Convention. He is no longer the presumed nominee, Joe Biden, now officially is the Democratic nominee for president. A night to the former VP overwhelmingly got the most delegate votes. The great State of Alabama casts 52 votes for our next president of these United States. Joe Biden Button, then spoke briefly as his family celebrated the bottom my heart. Thank you all means the world may and my family. The featured speaker. On night two was Joe Biden's wife, Jill. If we entrust this nation to Joe He will do for your family what he did for ours. Bring us together and make us whole. Also speaking.

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"jim millwork" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:52 min | 6 months ago

"jim millwork" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Chicago now mandates quarantines for travelers from 22 states. Other states have their own quarantine lists, and some haven't option for travellers to be tested. And that's just a sampling. The US Travel Association estimates that domestic trips will drop by about 1/3 in 2020. I'm Jeff McKay in the deadline for fire and EMS companies to apply for a state grant is closing in. Verner, Wolf and other state officials took time this past week to thank first responders while reminding them that help is available as we here, Okay, what W. Suburban Bureau chief Jim Millwork Governor Tom Wolfe says during the pandemic, E. M s and fire personnel, many of them volunteers have been on the front lines. They're doing so much more than they've ever done before. Their fundraising capacity has been restricted, She says. Festivals affairs have been cancelled and firehouse bars have been shut down. It's really important that All of us recognize, especially now how much that they're that they're doing, Wolf says. August 7th, is the deadline for fire companies to apply for some of the $50 million in grants. In addition to the Grand State Fire Commissioner Bruce Trego discussed mental health and wellness among first responders. And she says in 2017 123 1st responders in Pennsylvania killed themselves more, he says, than line of duty deaths so far in 2020. We've lost 63 47 firefighters and 16 empty, He says firing AMs personnel trained to be physically fit. Now they can get free training to help you mentally fit while getting rid of what he calls the suck it up. It's part of the job mentality and realizing emotional stress Israel at the suburban bureau Jim Millward KOW news radio. We've got some heavy delays out there on the eastbound Scougall Expressway will get you an update plus an update on whether to coming up. It's +509 on K Y w news radio. K Y W News radio. We're here for you. 24 7 depend on us with a new iPhone SC for less than 100 bucks at Metro, you rule. It's the most affordable iPhone on the number one Brandon Prepaid,.

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"jim millwork" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

05:03 min | 6 months ago

"jim millwork" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"You need to know we've got you covered depend on K Y W News radio three things to know what 11 15 sponsored by out of her heating and cooling, police say the 18 year old woman found stabbed to death in the parking lot of a train stop in Abington knew her attacker. President Trump says he will not visit the capital to pay respects to civil rights icon John Lewis. Recapping our top story. The Phillies Yankees home game postponed after several members of the previous team and the Filles guest clubhouse. The Miami Marlins test positive for the Corona virus. It's all ahead of the next 15 minutes. Good evening. I'm Steve Ta. One couldn't Clyde at the other. An 18 year old woman is dead and the man is in custody after an early morning stabbing at a regional rail station, Inhabitant Township. More from cable I w suburban bureau chief Jemele the investigation's ongoing with more information still to come. Police say the 18 year old was found stabbed multiple times near her car around 8 a.m. On the lot on the Lindsay lay inside of the Meadowbrook train station. The man police believe stabbed her is in custody being questioned without going into further detail. Investigators say the two knew each other and there was never any danger or threat to the public. The investigation involves Abington Township Police, Montgomery County detectives and SEPTA police at the suburban bureau. Jim Millwork KOW news radio on the Senate floor today, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced the Republicans proposal to help struggling Americans and the health care industry during the pandemic. Getting kids back in school. Getting workers backto work. And winning the healthcare fight. Against the virus. Republicans are facing division within their own ranks. As conservative senators say it's too expensive. They're wary of spending more money on top of the trillions of Roto virus say that lawmakers upon Capitol Hill have already enacted Democrats in the House, already unified behind their own opening offer $3 trillion proposal that passed the House. Back in May, another weekend of violent clashes with federal officers in Portland, Oregon, and some community. The leaders say that city is no longer focusing on black issues, including systemic racism that originally existed. Has been hiding. Doctor Shirley Jackson is a professor of black studies in Portland State University, She says the protests in their 61st day now seem to be more about the federal officers clashing with white protesters rather than about systemic racism, led by black lives matter and other activists calling for a change. There is the real fear that this is going to have A backlash with this that not only how people look at the Black lives matter movement, but how they looked at Portland, she says, the message needs to be refocused. I'm Jim wrote. A report from the Labor Department's inspector general says nearly 3000 federal workers have filed compensation claims for contracting Cove in 19 on the job, and that number is expected to double by early next month. Through mid June, Families of nearly 50 federal workers had also filed death plates. The report only reflects the number of federal workers or their families who filed claims by mid June, not the number who have contracted Corona virus or died from it. Reports from individual agencies indicate the number of infections and deaths is much, much higher spheres of covert 19 now prompting a second university, Notre Dame to withdraw his host of Ah presidential debate. It's even without an audience because it might bring a lot of staff and media. The fighting Irish didn't want to worry about fighting the Corona virus that is hitting Indiana hard now, so the school has withdrawn from hosting the September 29 1st presidential debate. That night. The new location will be case Western Reserve University in Cleveland. As in Ohio, a major battleground state. Notre Dame joins you of Michigan and withdrawing from hosting a debate. The second face off, is now scheduled for a performing arts center in Miami. I'm Bob Constantini. The Trump Administration has agreed not to expel Children had detained in a Texas hotel and will instead allow them to remain in the U. S. And pursue their immigration cases. The move comes days after The Associated Press first reported on the government's secretive practice of detaining unaccompanied Children in hotels before rapidly deporting them under an emergency declaration site in the Corona virus, government data obtained by the AP shows the US had detained Children nearly 200 times over two months. Three Hampton Inn and Suites, hotels. Well, a partly cloudy sky right now 88 degrees in center city as we head down to a low of 77. Partly sunny, hot, humid. There are some scattered storms in the forecast for tomorrow. I'll tell you about that. Next. It's 11 20 We're happy to have Philadelphia's own Amos Lee with us. Listen to KOW. That was like two years old. So can you sing the jingle? Of course, I could.

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"jim millwork" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:46 min | 6 months ago

"jim millwork" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Radio. An 18 year old woman is dead. A man is in custody after a stabbing this morning at the regional rail station in Jenkintown, Montgomery County are suburban bureau chief they were able to use Jim Millwork is live with the update. Jim In the 18 year old was found stabbed multiple times near her car around eight o'clock this morning in the lot on the Lindsey lane side of the Meadowbrook train station in Jenkintown. Police say the man suspected of stabbing her is in custody without going into detail. Investigators say it appears the two knew each other and there is and never was a threat to the public. The investigation is ongoing at the station that involves Benton Township police Montgomery County detectives and set the police and Ian because of that investigation service on the West Trenton line is suspended in both directions between Jenkintown and West Trenton until further notice. All right, Jim thanks 11 32. Now, who said Fire two police cars in Philadelphia? Have the latest on that investigation. After we check traffic and weather on the two sponsored by Window Nation to get two free sale window nation dot com and hear Stevie Reese. Acuity, and we've got traffic really backed up right now with the Vine Street Expressway. It's an accident. The delay starts back on the ramp from the Ben Franklin Bridge. You're starting to see some really heavy traffic there and then from 95 as well, It's on ly the right lane Getting by. So stay over to the right If you're stuck in that delay, Westbound Scougall Expressway, another delay here It goes from right after they're out to pass University. Tween university and 30th Street station left Lane is closed. That's construction. It's going to be that way. 24 7 for the next couple of weeks, not seeing any other big problems with the Scougall Expressway or the Blue route for 76 even 95. Really looking good right now, just the ramps from 95 from 76 East to continue across the Walt Whitman Bridge. Pretty slow here. It's all due to construction. There is westbound construction, too, but not really causing as much of a back up to 95 in New Jersey. Traffic is heavy as you approach 42. That's North bound to 95. That's construction in the right lane. Also work going on 55 North bound as you approach 47 the DEL C drive in the Deptford area. We've got a lane closed there for construction as well. Other major New Jersey roots were doing okay. Going to come back over to the side. Where on the westbound on the eastbound has many turn back. We had a worker that was near Valley Forge. Now they've turned and they have gone going westbound. So after Valley forge out to 100 marks for a crew in the left lane, and then for 22 westbound, you're all jammed up after Reuters forward and that is because of construction as well. Mass transit. Septus West Trenton line is suspended between Jenkintown and the West Trenton station in the K Y w 24 hour traffic center. I'm Stevie Reese got a hot week ahead of us. Let's check the NBC 11th alert, Weather forecast. Meteorologist bill for in a stretch of 90 degree days that will continue.

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"jim millwork" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:30 min | 6 months ago

"jim millwork" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"After a small plane makes an emergency landing on route for 22 recapping our top story. No injuries, but two homes under construction along Mercy Street in South Philly are destroyed. Collapsed into a sea of rubble. That's all ahead in the next 15 minutes that afternoon. I mean Bush with Greg Orlandini in Charlotte Reese, the editor's desk. With Kobe. 19 test results from the big national companies taking upwards of a week to come back. The search is on for alternatives are suburban bureau chief they were able to use Jim Millwork reports state. Rep. Todd Stevens from Montgomery County. I know some constituents who've been waiting over 12 days for results from some of the other laboratories that are doing the testing, and those results are worthless. At this point, he says. That makes tracking the virus and trying to limit outbreaks much more difficult. Working with the physicians integrated Network of deep in And leveraging their existing relationship with North Carolina based Mayko Medical, Stephen says testing can be sent to Mayko with a turnaround of 24 to 36 hours. Keep in vice President Dr Stewart Brilliant if we can. If we convey 2500 test today, they would move a machine into the area, Stephen says. As many tester sent out of state labs, cutting down on travel time could get results even quicker, so that you know it's a matter of literally just swab ing and then a few minutes or maybe an hour later, those swabs or at the lab being tested doctor Brilliant says once counties or other sign on testing could begin in a matter of days at the suburban bureau. Jim Millward convertible you news radio. The feds have accused two Chinese nationals of hacking companies, including research labs working on covert treatments. Here's the FBI Special agent Ray Duda, the value of the information and intellectual property stolen by these defendants. Totals in the hundreds of millions of dollars. U. S Attorney Bill Hi slop says they targeted America's efforts against Corona virus. Recently they were doing reconnaissance in a Massachusetts firm. Involved and Cove in vaccine research. Likewise, they did the same for a Maryland firm involved in biotech research and looking for a covert vaccine. Investigators say they acted both for personal gain and to benefit China's Ministry of State Security. There has been no comment from China's embassy in Washington. President Trump has signed a memorandum that would exclude undocumented immigrants from being counted in congressional districts when district lines or redrawn next year. Like previous efforts, this is certain to end up in court. The memo says. I've determined that respect for the law and protection of the integrity of the democratic process warrant the exclusion of illegal aliens from the apportioning base. To the extent feasible Under the law the president has long sought to use the census is a way to advance his immigration priorities. The Supreme Court rejected an attempt to ask census respondents if they're U. S citizens. Of the administration is allowed to collect information on citizenship status by other means. 3 49 The pilot of a small plane with two other people on board was forced to make an emergency landing last night on a highway in Berks County happen along a two lane stretch of route for 22 just outside of Redding. Nobody's Marc Abrahams reports. A 20 year old pilot from New York was in route to Smoketown Airport in Lancaster after a day trip to Portsmouth, New Hampshire. For a lobster dinner, Exeter Township Police Sergeant Sean Fullerton says right.

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KYW Newsradio 1060

01:57 min | 7 months ago

"jim millwork" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Governor Tom Wolfe says 65 child care centers have already closed in around 100 Mohr turned down the first round of funding an indicator they will not re open. This funding is really going to help childcare providers bridge the gap until their clientele. Returns. Whenever that is, says another $116 million in federal funds will go through the General Assembly and be doled out in the coming months at the suburban bureau Jim Millwork credible news radio, and this comes as the number of confirmed Corona virus cases in the state of Arizona, which leads the country in new cases per capita has now surpassed 100,000. State health officials report. Six out of every 10 reported Corona virus cases involve people younger than 44. Arizona continues to remain high in terms of positive tests and Corona virus hospitalizations. While the test positivity right nationwide is about 9% Arizona's is above 13% and the number of hospitalized covert 19 patients on Sunday reached a state record of 3212. Hospital capacity statewide, about 89%. While the test positivity rate in the nation of around 9%. Arizona's is at 13.4. Now. Hospital capacity in Arizona is currently at a very dangerous 89% Switching gears. Amy Cooper, the white woman who was captured in a memorial day viral video after she called police on a black bird watcher in Central Park, has been criminally charged. The Manhattan district attorney is charging Amy Cooper with falsely reporting an incident in the third degree. It's a misdemeanor punishable by up to a year in jail. The woman was Captured in a video that went viral. She was seen calling 911 and telling an operator that an African American man in Central Park was threatening her. That man was a bird watcher, and he was trying to get her to put her dog on the leash. 57 year old Christian Cooper is on the board of the New York Audubon Society. Steve Kastenbaum, New York will get a check of traffic and weather coming up after this. It's 909 on K Y w news radio..

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