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"john austin kovach" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:54 min | 2 weeks ago

"john austin kovach" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Heart of Falls Church. We make it beautiful. You make it yours. Wait. Are you ready for some snowfall? That's coming tomorrow. Today. We're looking for a high of 44 but feeling much colder because the wind is going to Gus to 30, plus miles an hour with snow, then begins overnight. Saturday into Sunday. We could get 5 to 7 inches, but more on that next, Ky Tony News time. 5 30. In the pen medicine studios, encouraging you to never stop believing you can be the difference. W NewsRadio won all 39 FM Super snow on Super Bowl Sunday is the forecast calls for a significant although brief storm Philadelphia officials type pandemic restrictions to the surge of gun violence and hope both will ease off its five years away. But planning for the nation's 250th anniversary is expected to gain momentum this year. I'm mighty Nardo Sports flyers Lose again to the Bruins this time 2 to 1. Right now. Fair conditions 31 in center city heading to 44 with quite a wind. This afternoon's I mentioned a moment ago. Good morning. I'm John Austin Kovach hears what leads the charge at 5 31 came wine W news radio depend on US for winter weather coverage sponsored by Family Service Association of Bucks County. Well, ground Hog Day was this week, but here we go again. More snow is in the forecast this weekend meteorologist Nick Carr with the National Weather Service in Mount Holly, New Jersey. Says. We could see 4 to 7 inches in Philadelphia, and unlike the storm earlier this week to spend a few days this one should be in and out within 12 hours morning mid to late morning and perhaps even the early afternoon. That's probably the That most risky time is that until mid late afternoon, it should be all clearing out. So it'll be quick, he says has been a while since we had significant storms like this so close to each other, probably back to march of 2018 there we had four nor'easters. We call them the four Easters and there were a couple of big storms. They're separated by about a week. So I was tired. The last time we had a stretch of a mobile storms and for a spoiler alert, the storm probably isn't it for the week could have another storm or even voluble storms later this week. Oh, boy Tomorrow the snow should stop falling before kickoff of the Super Bowl. But car suggest you get your snacks and anything else you might need for the big game game today. To avoid bad weather and bad roads. Some covert relief money is on the way in Pennsylvania, checking on the coaching just ahead on Ky. Nobody news radio, But right now it's time for traffic and weather on the twos. Billy Dawson with the traffic All right. Thanks, John. Things looked pretty good after this morning. As you could imagine if you're coming up from Delaware this morning before 95 north.

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"john austin kovach" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:41 min | Last month

"john austin kovach" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Know what 9 15 sponsored by Oliver heating and cooling. The impeachment of former President Trump goes to the Senate tomorrow. With the trial set to begin early next month. We'll take a listen that Wuhan, China Ground zero for the pandemic to hear what has changed in what has not one year on recapping our top story. Getting an appointment for a covert vaccine can be frustrating. So in New Jersey City hosts of first come first vaccinated event instead, that's all ahead in the next 15 minutes. Good morning of John Austin Kovach. Honor Bar Khan is at the editor's desk. House Democrats will deliver the article of impeachment against President Trump to the Senate on Monday. Harvard Law professor Lawrence Lessig says the president's own words and actions will be used against him quite clear. His belief was That those actors on Capitol Hill could be incentivized or pressured or convinced to flip the results against the legal results in this election, and that's the critical point. There's no doubt Joe Biden was legally elected president. You know, there was a lot of talk about unfair balloting processes and fraud at the ballots and all that stuff, but that had all been resolved legally. Before January 6th and on January 6 there was no legal basis for anyone to question Congress confirming Joe Biden is president. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says to Senate try A will begin on February 8th. A year ago. Wuhan, China when it to lock down the first among many cities worldwide. CBS was the first international broadcaster in Wuhan is people started dying from covert 19. CBS News correspondent Remy Inocencio reports from China one year later, the one on seafood market is still closed. Its sign taken down its future uncertain World Health Organization Now under quarantine is expected to visit here once they're out. Doesn't love someone. What can they find? Asks Wuhan native John High. Many things have been destroyed. Are they here? Just for show? His 76 year old father and Army veteran died from Cove in a year ago. John is suing Wuhan, Okay. Using officials of not warning the city sooner. Meanwhile, new, more infectious strains of the virus or being found in different parts of the U. S, even his vaccine distribution and production or slowing vaccination efforts. Advancements are being made in the treatment of covert 19, Ky. Nobody's Michelle Durham spoke with a doctor who's on the front lines fighting the virus and saving lives. Dr. Lawrence Live. Ernie's is the chairman of medicine for the mainline health system and an infectious disease specialist..

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"john austin kovach" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:07 min | Last month

"john austin kovach" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"You NewsRadio won all 39 FM 95 South bound song remains the same. It's closed in Woodhaven due to police activity near academy. We'll get the latest from the traffic center. Some House Democrats are urging a second impeachment of President Trump in the aftermath of Wednesday's chaos at the Capitol. Presidents can issue pardons almost without restriction but is pardoning themselves The exception to the rule sports The Sixers covert situation puts a question mark on their plan game with Denver later today. Right now in the sunshine in center City. It's 29 degrees Amy for 41 for Our Daily Hi Good morning of John Austin Kovach in our top story at 9 31. House Democrats reportedly plan to introduce articles of impeachment against President Trump. Again. President elect Biden says President Trump isn't fit for the job, but he repeatedly refused to endorse growing calls for a second impeachment. CBS News correspondent Natalie Brand has more from Capitol Hill. CBS News has learned. A group of House Democrats could introduce a new article of impeachment as early as Monday for incitement of insurrection. Alleging President Trump's conduct on Wednesday gravely endanger the security of the United States. Rhode Island Congressman David Sis Cellini helped author the resolution. This is a president who incited in attempted coup to stop a The certification of the next president. I says to remain in power. Alaska's Lisa Murkowski is now the first GOP senator to call for the president to resign. The White House's impeaching the president would only further divide the country. After President Trump announced Friday he won't be attending presently leg Biden's inauguration on January 20th, Biden said. It's one of the few things he and Mr Trump have ever agreed on. Almost Levin Worth, West Virginia as a lawmaker is charged as a law breaker. That story's coming up on K Y w news radio. But right now it's time for traffic and weather on the twos traffic. The seemingly unchanging closure of I 95 Here's Billy Dawson with the latest You nailed it on the head, John. It's been out there for over three hours now. 95 South bound. It remains closed that Woodhaven, you'll need to exit there at Woodhaven to avoid this. I mean, actually, it's the only option you have. You have to exit at Woodhaven. This police investigation is happening. Just about a mile south of Woodhaven almost smack dab between Woodhaven and Academy. Anyway, If you're on Woodhaven had the eastbound. You'll need to exit at Bristol because they won't let you onto 95 south value had need to exit the Bristol Pike. Take that down to Frankfurt have to move around that elsewhere. Let's go up to King of Prussia. 76 eastbound express Way moving Well this morning light to moderate volume around the Conshohocken curve down to the boulevard things moving well past the divine When you get up over to South Street that exit to South Street is closed on the eastbound side. 76 westbound you've got that left lane closed from university to 30th. And the South Street on ramp to the westbound expressway that also remains closed for the PGA Fitzpatrick. Home Improvement 24 hour traffic center. I.

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"john austin kovach" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:35 min | Last month

"john austin kovach" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"I'm Marc Abrahams, his sports, Alabama and Ohio State or the semifinal winners and go for college football's gold ring a week from Monday. Right now. It's still overcast. We will see some clearing its 40 degrees now heading to 56 later on. Good morning. I'm John Austin Kovach hears our top story at 7 31. Republicans in the Senate have dealt President Trump a major political blow, overwhelmingly joining Democrats in the House in overriding the president's veto of a $740 billion defense spending bill. The president was left with little of any political cover on this one. Here's Larry Saboteur who directs the center for Politics at the University of Virginia happened in a way that is significant because the National Defense Appropriation Act is so significant having been passed for 59 years in a row by massive margins. That were bipartisan. Given the opportunity to override which has never happened before. In Trump's term, the Senate voted 81 to 13 to override. There's still one more political showdown for the president on Capitol Hill next week, when Congress votes to certify the results of the electoral College that'll make Joe Biden, the president elect. There is expected to be a Republican ever to overturn the result in Trump's favor, but it's almost certain to fail. A Delaware man once out of prison on not just any kidnapping charge will name names and places coming up on K Watabe news radio. But right now it's time now for traffic.

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"john austin kovach" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:35 min | Last month

"john austin kovach" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"And all that matters to you. W NewsRadio won all 39 FM The Senate joins the house in the first ever override of President Trump's Vito. Iran is making hostile noises, says the anniversary approaches of the U. S missile strike that killed its top general. A judge throws out a lawsuit by Texans against Arizona electors and vice president Pence In sports were all set for the National College football Championship as Alabama and Ohio State advance right now in center city gray skies and missed. It's still pretty damp out there 41 degrees. Getting to 56 today. Good morning. I'm John Austin Kovach in our top story now, two days into 2021. For the first time, the Republican controlled Senate voted to override a veto from President Trump joining the Democrat controlled House. In that action. At issue is a massive defense bill to contain things the president objected to, like foreign aid. And the removal of names of Confederate officials from military installations. CBS News correspondent We ge Jiang has more. The bill on reconsideration is past Republicans and Democrats United against President Trump delivering the first veto override of his term. The president attempted to block passage of the defense bill, a critical budget and policy measure that helps fund the military. The override marks a rare public rebuke of Mr Trump by his own party. We've passed this legislation 59 years in a row. In one.

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"john austin kovach" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:57 min | 2 months ago

"john austin kovach" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Cases? I'm Andrew Kramer. Just how strapped are Philadelphia Finances. Budget officials open the books for City Council. I'm Pat Lowe with what they showed police say a security guard at an East German town drugstore shot and killed a man who was trying to steal somebody's car. In sports. Penn State beats Rutgers Sea Eagles trying to break out of their skin against Green Bay late this afternoon, right now, just a few clouds as we clear out here in center city, But it's not warming up. It's only 37. Now that temperature keeps declining. We're only aiming for a high of 41 this afternoon, so bundle up Good morning. I'm John Austin Kovach hears what tops the news had 7 31. The Corona virus pandemic. What you need to know from K Y W NewsRadio with Pennsylvania, setting a new record in daily coronavirus cases. Nearly 13,000 K wannabes, Andrew Kramer reports, health experts and officials want this to serve as a reminder. The pandemic is not over Cove in cases air higher than ever that tweet this weekend from Governor Tom Wolfe says it all is he never minds people. Keep those safety precautions in mind this winner, Drexel's College of Medicine Dean, Dr Charles Karen says that's especially true during the holidays. There's also some concern because of the cold weather that people are going to congregate indoors at a different density than they would outdoors. It's those same people, he tells NBC 10 who can help put an end to this people just need to remember that this virus really isn't alive. It doesn't spread by itself. It has to be spread. My people so people can stop the spread where a mask practice social distancing and wash your hands. It's not just Pennsylvania dealing with the surge, either. Governor Phil Murphy calls New Jersey's numbers alarming a word he's used often during the pandemic. Governor John Carney issued a statement this weekend saying with hospitalizations in Delaware, now passing the 300 mark. If you're not taking this seriously, yet, Now is the time to start. Andrew Kramer Care Whatever you news.

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"john austin kovach" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:04 min | 3 months ago

"john austin kovach" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Good morning. I'm John Austin Kovach hears what's topping the news at 9 31 election 2020 EYE on Pennsylvania? No. The latest from K Y W NEWS RADIO. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has unanimously dismissed a lawsuit by Republican lawmakers dealing another blow to the Trump reelection campaign. Ky to please Antoinette Lee has more. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has unanimously dismissed a lawsuit by Republican lawmakers claiming the states Mail in voting law is unconstitutional and lifted a Commonwealth Court injunctions is spending certification of the vote. The suit filed by U S. House, representative Mike Kelly of western Pennsylvania was dismissed with prejudice, meaning it cannot be Refiled. The state had already officially certified election results on Tuesday, declaring the Biden Harris ticket as winners and swing at Li Ke what W news radio. With the dismissal of this case, there are currently no new ones pending in Pennsylvania, challenging the outcome of the election. The suit was dismissed with prejudice, which means the lawmakers cannot re file it. Pennsylvania's lieutenant governor or regular critic of election related lawsuits, is weighing in on this. Democrat John Fetterman says Even though this was a courtroom loss for GOP lawmakers, he came with a high price. Its cost is profound in the amount of distrust and resentment and chaos that it's that's the real cost. Calls to the offices of representative Mike Kelly, who spearheaded the legal effort were not immediately returned. A hidden danger of the pandemic is his closest to great outdoors. Watch that first step coming up on K yw news radio. But right now it's time for traffic and weather on the two sponsored by Window Nation. By two windows. Get two free Call 866 90 Nation or window nation dot com. Let's check in with Malcolm point Extra. The third Well, thank you so much for stopping by John. Everything looks good as you step out your door getting in the car to get on the highways and byways not seeing any delays pretty much on the P a side of things. 90 five's been good to us, Delaware County and Bucks County and we still have our construction on the westbound Scougall Expressway in South Philadelphia. It's from university. The 30th. The left leg continues to be blocked and will be till about the end of the year. But who knows? What could happen with that pattern between now and then? But right now this, the left lane blocked there. Threw that zone, but not seeing a delay with if you're heading into the city, 76 eastbound hasn't had any problems this morning. Thankfully, knock on wood. Everything good to go on the other side of the school. Cool If you're on the Kelly, drive, inbound and outbound have been cleared out in the suburbs. And if you're near the 2024 22 interchange on 76. Everything pretty quiet between there, and the P term by thankfully has been no construction to get your way through the holiday weekend. So everything pretty quiet, eastbound and westbound on the turnpike. Same goes for the Northeast extension that we did Just get a note from our own Brian Ramona that we have smoke reported in Fox Chase. I believe it's the 1000 block of Bligh Avenue s always watch out for that. Will keep you updated on that. And they come report indicate what? Debbie 24 hour traffic center..

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"john austin kovach" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:44 min | 4 months ago

"john austin kovach" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Guard the National Guard presence in center city. I'm hopeful, but I didn't think it would be like this. I don't know. It's just crazy. I'm had a cousin in City Hall, Scottish born Oscar winning actor Sean Connery. Yes, Mr James Bond has died at the age of 90 in sports. The Eagles get ready to host division rival Dallas tomorrow at the length. Right now. 39 degrees in the sunshine in center city heating if you will to 49 this afternoon. Good morning. I'm John Austin Kovach in our top story now at 9 31 resting Philadelphia now Special coverage on K Y W News radio. It was quiet overnight. Rest instead of unrest in Philadelphia. The National Guard arrived in town yesterday and there were no reports of looting or violence in the dark hours. Kyi. Nobody is Mike Dart. He has the latest after a few nights of unrest Friday night, Mischief night was rest ful in the city. The National Guard is stationed outside of City Hall and Municipal Services building as well as in neighborhoods throughout the city. Their presence is partially a numbers game and helps free up Philadelphia police to better respond to any incidents elsewhere in the city. Officials have not said how long the guard will stick around. But with the election just a few days away, some people are wondering if they will be in the city until after the election. City officials have not made their plans immediately clear on this. Police commissioner Danielle Outlaw says police shifts have been extended. And any scheduled days off for officers have been canceled as it's all hands on deck for a little while. Mike Doherty K y. W News radio coming up, We'll tell you what Philadelphians think of the National Guard's presence. But first it's time for traffic and weather on the tooth..

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"john austin kovach" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:30 min | 5 months ago

"john austin kovach" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Hills re assign general manager Matt Klentak right now in center City. A few clouds 48 heading up to 68 Today Good morning of John Austin Kovach in our top story at 901 President Trump says he's feeling better as he continues to recover from Cove in 19 at the hospital. The president is expected to remain at Walter Reed Medical Center for at least several more days is not out of the woods, in the words of President Trump's physician, but Dr Sean Conley does say, Mr Trump. Has made substantial progress since the original diagnosis, but he was infected with covert 19. For his part, the president offered a Saturday evening Twitter video think we're going to have a very good result. Again over the next few days. We're gonna probably know for sure. This after on earlier medical briefing got left many unanswered questions about his condition and the timeline of his diagnosis and treatment Correspondent not only brand CBS News has confirmed the president was administered supplemental Oxygen at the White House Friday before he was flown to Walter Reed in the evening. It's not clear if the president was having trouble breathing. At that time, President Trump's physician, Dr Sean Conley, deflected questions on that topic is not on Oxygen right now. That's right. He's not received any at all. He's not needed Anybody any this morning today at all. Trump Advisor, ex New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has been infected, too. Tom Foti CBS news A federal request or a request for federal storm recovery help That story's coming up on K y nobody news radio. But right now it's time for traffic.

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"john austin kovach" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:31 min | 5 months ago

"john austin kovach" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"General manager Matt Klentak right now in center City. A few clouds 49 degrees heading up the sixties, ate this afternoon. Good morning of John Austin Kovach and our top story at 501. President Trump says he's feeling better if he continues to recover from covert 19 at the hospital. The president is expected to remain at Walter Reed Medical Center for at least several more days is not out of the woods, in the words of President Trump's physician, but Dr Sean Conley does say Mr Trump has made substantial progress since the original diagnosis, but he was infected with covert 19. For his part, the president offered a Saturday evening Twitter video. Think we're gonna have a very good result again over the next few days. We're gonna probably know for sure this after an earlier medical briefing that left many unanswered questions about his condition and the timeline of his diagnosis and treatment correspondent not only brand CBS News has confirmed the president was administered supplemental Oxygen at the White House Friday before he was flown to Walter Reed in the evening. It's not clear if the president was having trouble breathing at that time, President Rumps physician, Dr Sean Conley deflected questions on that topic. He's not on oxygen right now. That's right. He's not received any at all. He's not needed Anybody any this morning today at all. Trump Advisor ex New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has been infected, too. Tom Foti CBS News a request for federal storm recovery, help the details on that up ahead on a widebody news radio. Right now. It's time for traffic.

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"john austin kovach" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

05:17 min | 6 months ago

"john austin kovach" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"I'm Andrew Kramer in sports. This time someone will go home. As the Flyers face the Islanders in the playoffs. Phil's beat the Mets and go for another today, a unique Kentucky Derby runs this afternoon. Right now. Fair condition. 70 degrees here in center city heading to 79 today. Good morning. I'm John Austin Kovach in our top story at 501 new reality life in a pandemic, now the latest from K Y W News radio. As we begin Labor Day weekend, health experts are warning US to celebrate with caution. The U. S has nearly doubled the number of cases now compared to the start of Memorial Day weekend, and top health officials are warning of a new predictive model that says the death toll could climb to 410,000 by January 1st right now it's at more than 187,000. Around here. Of course, A lot of people are celebrating the holiday weekend. With the trip down the shore, you'll be you will be allowed to eat indoors at restaurants for the first time since the shutdown, But Governor Murphy has done an about face on one front announcing that smoking is not allowed inside New Jersey casinos here's K y Nobody's Mike Denardo. The order that allowed indoor dining at 25% capacity also allowed smoking to resume inside casinos. But at his regular Corona virus, Brief ink oven A. Murphy said a new executive order will prohibit smoking in in Dorcas. He knows we have looked closely at the science and agree with the experts who have concluded that allowing smoking is too big a risk. To take. Health advocates were concerned that secondhand smoke could spread covered 19 going into Labor Day weekend. The governor also had words of caution for a restaurant owners to follow social distancing rules, he said with indoor dining resuming, he'd like nothing more than to expand capacities, but I cannot. We will not be able to do that, if this weekend or the weeks that follow See a slew of restaurant owners and managers flagrantly violating the rules. Murphy said. The rate of virus transmission has ticked up to just above the key benchmark of one, but he said he sees no need to impose more restrictions right now. Like DiNardo Kyi heavily NewsRadio mad turns 40. And while there's progress, the job's not done yet. I'll have more coming up on K Y w news radio. But right now it's time for traffic and weather on this Tuesday and for traffic. Let's touch base with Billy Dawson. Hi, Billy. Hi. John. Sounds like a plan. Let's touch base here will go with some quick construction notes here. Eastbound Scougall Expressway Approaching Broad street. You'll find the left lane closed for road work. This is actually a long term peace has just been out there for a while. Part of the Walt Whitman Rehabilitation Project. F y I, as is the broad street North bound ramp to 76 westbound. That's also close. That's also part of that project that was just looking in the jam cam here. 95 South Bam from Cotman down to the Betsy. They've got some construction signs setup. I'm not really sure exactly what this what it's indicating, But there's no blockage right now. And that light volumes is rolling through there pretty easily with no issues. The Vine Expressway east and westbound, smooth sailing between 95 in the expressway in New Jersey. Also, white volume is a situation there through Camden 6 76 eastbound down to 76 of the 42 Freeway South bound Atlantic City Expressway eastbound heading out towards the shore in Good shape. Next update in less than 10 minutes. I'm Billy Johnson in the K Y w 24 hour Traffic Center time now for our check of weather on the five day forecast, now straight from NBC 11th alert meteorologist Michelle Grossman and a good Saturday morning what were looking clear and comfortable this morning temperatures in the fifties and sixties and start And then we have a really beautiful holiday weekend. So this afternoon sunny skies with low humidity high of 79. Tonight it's mostly clear and cool temperatures right around 60 degrees in the city and then dropping to the fifties and the suburbs Sunday more of the same sunshine warm, high 83 of really Nice day. Monday. We bring up the humidity, a touch but still lots of sunshine and nice day but a little bit more human compared to Saturday and Sunday. Hi, Baby four and then Tuesday, things begin to change were partly sunny skies will be human, and then we bring in a chance of storms later in the day high in the mid eighties and Wednesday we're watching scattered storms possible with clouds across the region High of 83 I'm embassy 11th alert meteorologist Michelle Grossman. With your most accurate forecast. Count on it right now. In center city. Fair skies. 70 degrees heading up to 79. It's 505 Montgomery County officials are reminding everyone to protect themselves from Cove in 19 during this holiday weekend. Kyi W. Suburban bureau chief Jim Millward reports like Emery County Commissioner Dr Valerie Unfortunately, I do expect that we will see a spike after Labor Day weekend says they saw spikes in cases following July 4th and Memorial Day weekend reminds everyone To go to a cookout or getting together with friends to wear a mask and stay 6 FT. Apart. People are lax in their behavior. It just increases the chances that Corona virus will get to work. Overtime on Labor Day, says the school's restarting They want to keep the level of viruses low as possible to make it safer for kids to return to the classroom at the suburban bureau Jim Mel work W News radio. You can sit at the bar again and establishments in Delaware Beach town starting this weekend, but don't expect it to be one big free for all Kyi. Nobody's Andrew. Kramer explains..

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"john austin kovach" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:56 min | 6 months ago

"john austin kovach" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"5. Mostly cloudy here in center city. 74. Degrees heading up to 88. Good morning. I'm John Austin Kovach in our top story at 901, the family of a woman killed in a hit and run accident on Friday in west Philadelphia, is speaking out asking for answers. K Y W. Charlotte, Reese reports The area where it happened is known for speeding 25 year old Avanti. Reynolds leaves behind a two month old son and a family who loves her were hurt. We want Justice Ernest Brown Reynolds, uncle spoke to NBC 10 because her father was too heartbroken. If a body you know anything. We should let us no. Let authority know what's going on any cameras and I was there. Reynolds was hit by two vehicles around 8 15 Friday night at the Cops Creek Parkway near Catherine Street. Police say the driver of the first car fled, but the second driver stayed on the scene. Police haven't confirmed speeding was a factor in the accident. But West Philly neighbors say speeding is common. We've been trying to get stop signs around here. Long as I lived here, 60 of street 61st 62nd. But to no avail. Because we're still having these fatal accident. Anyone with information should call the police Charlotte Rescate y W NewsRadio a second chance at education in a poor Philly neighborhood that's coming up on K Y w news radio. But right now it's time for traffic and weather on the twos and for traffic on a Sunday morning as usual, we go back to Malcolm Point extra. The third Well, thank you so much, John always here for you on a Sunday morning. Let's go to North Philly. Unfortunately, we've been talking about this up for the last six hours, a serious fire warehouse Fire, Fox Street and hunting Park Avenue, heavy police and heavy fired presence in the area. So expect closures. This has been ongoing again for about six hours in Toyota section of Northeast Philly. So a steer clear if we can again Fox Street and Hunting Park Avenue that's of the majors for no major delays. Thankfully, John has been a good morning for us on the Vine Expressway and the school. Cool. We do, however, have are 76 westbound closure at University for the construction, But it's been ongoing. You are forced off at university as you come through South Philadelphia. No trouble on the eastbound side of the school code for coming into the city. Everything pretty quiet volume wise As we look at the cameras here and then 95 in Delaware County. We had a pattern and that if I was south between the common Barbarian for 52, it's still in the right lane. But the volume's very light in that zone in Delaware County, so I'm guessing a delay with that good to go on the Jersey side. We were talking about a crash and a down pull down wires on 206. Everything re opened. Just north of Mama Throwed in Springfield Township, New Jersey. In that case, why? W 24 hour traffic Center. I'm Malcolm point after the third. Time now to check whether the five day forecast now courtesy, NBC 11th Alert meteorologist Michelle Grossman. Well, a good Sunday It's warm.

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"john austin kovach" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

04:05 min | 6 months ago

"john austin kovach" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"This election. With a few exceptions, local colleges provided fertile ground for the early suffrage movement. I'm Kim Glow this in sports flyers Lose to Montreal five zips of the Siri's tied at one filly Shade. The Mets Sixers blow out the Rockets right now, mostly cloudy here in center city. 72 going up to 85. Good morning of John Austin Kovach in our top story at 7 31 new reality life in a pandemic, now the latest from K Y W News radio. The Postal Service's warning almost all states, including Pennsylvania that it cannot guarantee mail in ballots will be delivered on time in November. With mail delivery DeLay complaint's already growing involving things other than the upcoming election, the Postal Service is now warning states nationwide. It might not be able to handle unexpected flood of mail in ballots Correspondent not only brand president Trump has said he opposes Mor Postal Service funding sought by congressional Democrats, claiming that mail in voting leads to election fraud research has shown fraud is very rare. On Friday, the president indicated there may be room for compromise, saying he would sign an agreement with postal money in exchange for Republican priorities. I would certainly do that your major postal unions challenge the president's content. Ction of easy election fraud through the mail, Samantha Hartwig of the Association of Letter Carriers, There is just not the evidence to prove that there's fraud. People have been mailing ballots for elections for years. Correspondent Tom Foti with the body of that report, President Trump and the first lady of both requested mail in ballots for Florida, according to Palm Beach County's election records. Back to school buying has a pandemic feel to it. That's coming up on K Y w news radio. But right now it's time for traffic and weather on twos. Sponsored by Window Nation by to get two free sale window nation dot com. Billy what's going on? Well, I bet you can guess is probably begins with the scruple Expressway 76 westbound Interstate 76 is closed from university up the 30th. Now this closure is going to be in effect until Monday at 5 a.m. This is the Viaduct Construction project. I believe this week and it's a lot of milling and paving Now that you know what's going on there. You'll have to exit it fair to get around that for the detour, or your alternative is to take 6 76 What is bound by an expressway, which right now is moving really well across the city west past Google Expressway Now from the vine, we'll take that up to the Conshohocken curve. Good stretch of road there with no issues to complain of. Once you get past the blue route into Gulf mills to king of pressure Things were looking pretty smooth. The blue Route 4 76 South bound, coming out of mid county tolls past the expressway through Villanova through Bruma into Ridley Park. Also moving moving well there, then 95 South bound from the blue. Take that down to the Delaware line with no issues. Next update in less than 10 minutes. I'm Billy Dawson in the K Y w 24 hour traffic center. Thank you, Billy time now for our weather forecast, Joining us live with it. NBC 11th alert meteorologist Michelle Grossman. Hi, Michelle. Good morning, John. We're starting out so nice this morning. Some spots little brighter than others. But all of us are dry, very comfortable. We're looking at temperatures in the sixties and seventies and climbing to near 80 by lunch time and in this afternoon, keeping it dry Sun and clouds high of 85 Tonight, Things start to change, but we start to see the clouds on an increase and then chance of showers Overnight alot of 68 degrees Sunday. That's gonna be our cloudy day with chances for rain, especially south of Philadelphia. That's after patchy fog to start and the rain will keep the temperatures in the seventies. High right around 77 degrees, mostly sunny on Monday could see a slight chance of a shower, possibly a thunderstorm Temperatures in the low eighties. And then Tuesday. Really Nice day Sunny and nice high of 85 Wednesday, mostly sunny. We'll see the clouds on the increase with a chance of showers later in the day high of 85 degrees. I'm MBC 11th. Let me do all just Michelle Grossman with your most accurate forecast count on it. Thanks Michelle and our stats right now, Mostly cloudy 72 here in center city, heading up.

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"john austin kovach" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

04:27 min | 7 months ago

"john austin kovach" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"And number one in Pennsylvania by U. S News and World Report. Who's ready to go. 10 6 day All news and all that matters to you. Governor Murphy says Most New Jersey voters will mail in their ballots this November because of concerns about the post office. The Wolf Administration is asking the state Supreme Court to extend mail in ballot deadline's in November. Hundreds of students at Villanova University. Throw a big party for their first week on campus, and that's a no no in sports. It was a rough week for the Phillies, who were swept by Baltimore at Citizens Bank Park right now, partly cloudy 76 here in center city, going up to 80 for good morning of John Austin Kovach in our top story at 9 31 Big news this morning on mail in voting in November. Governor Murphy confirms that New Jersey's November election will be conducted largely through mail in ballots. But he says voters Khun go to their polling places if they choose. And if you do voted person You'll have to do what we call provisional voting because the folks won't necessarily know at the voting location. Whether or not you actually already mailed a ballot in that's what we did in the primary. Little bit more cumbersome, but it works. It's not clear if every registered voter will automatically be mailed a ballot or if you have to request one and in Pennsylvania as K Wind we'll use Tim Jimenez reports. The Wolf Administration is looking to the state Supreme Court to push back key deadlines. Pennsylvania's Department of State wants to see mail in ballots postmarked by you're on Election Day. Counted up to three days after the election. Voter advocacy groups like the committee of 70 have been pushing for seven days post election, But policy director Patrick Christmas says the state's request is much better than nothing happening at all. If that deadline doesn't change, there are a lot of people at risk of being disenfranchised. Right now. You can request a ballot up to a week before the election, But the post office tells Pennsylvania officials that maybe cutting it too close and they can't guarantee ballots mailed closer to Election Day can make it in time for the post office says voters should request ballots 15 days or more. Or before the election and Christmas says with all that's going on. Yes, earlier is better. As for the politics of this president, Trump says the Post office should not get much needed funding because of the fear of widespread fraud through voting by mail groups like the Committee of seventies say there's no evidence of that whatsoever. The president and others are making allegations that are unfounded, and it's going to be a battle around maintaining peoples trusting election all the way through November 3rd and probably passion of every third. Tim Humana's KOW News radio Villanova student signore Rules about no big parties will have that story after our check of traffic and weather on the two sponsored by Window Nation by to get two free sale window nation dot com Back to Sam Clover Aren't you, John? A couple of delays on the surgical expressway. We start eastbound in a little trouble up ahead eastbound jam from 4 76 too. Just before Gladwin problem is an accident, evolving a car and a tractor trailer over the past hour. They manage to get everything over to the right shoulder. But with all the activity, toe trucks, all the debris scattered around it is attracting attention. The lanes of the Scougall are open up ahead. Please stay with it. Once you're east of this were OK. The other delays west on the squiggle expressway that is now jam from around there. Avenue extends out to just before the Vine Expressway on ramp. That's because construction with only the left lane getting by Additionally, the vine Expressway is backed up from broad to the westbound scruple expressway into part of that delay. Continue out of town. That's not bad south of 95 couple things were heavy south of Coppin. Down to bridge Go past center city. Looks okay, We're heading into Wilmington. We've got delays here south on 95. Slow moving construction vehicles. They're going to start from around 202 and that's pretty much where they are now and continuing south to MLK Boulevard in Wilmington, The right lane is blocked now again, with slow moving construction vehicles up ahead of you back on the P a side. We're looking good on other majors, including the turnpike. Jammed. Unfortunately, still south on Route one in Bucks County Jam from the sham une down to the approach or getting on the turnpike. The right lane construction up ahead. But once you're on the Turnpike West, it's fine. And yes, it's good west of Downingtown. Earlier vehicle fire overturned vehicle accident now cleared and that is good to go. We're on 42 freeway in New Jersey some volume at the 55 on wrap up across any of the Delaware River bridges. For now, we look okay. Mass transit on or close to schedule and the cable W 24 hour traffic center. I'm Sam Clover time.

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"john austin kovach" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:45 min | 7 months ago

"john austin kovach" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The Sixers fell to the Indiana Pacers. The fliers were back on the ice this afternoon, Right now, overcast 82. Here in center City, heading to 93. Good morning of John Austin Kovach. Our top story at 9 31 Police is searching for more people involved in a shootout Saturday in West Philadelphia. As K Y. W's Charlotte, Reese reports a seven year old Was hit and remains in grave condition. One person is in custody after gunfire erupted between multiple people on the 200 block of Simpson Street Saturday evening. Police say At least 16 shots were fired. One sadly hit a seven year old boy playing on a porch, a child. Who's one of the most vulnerable individuals in our community and our population playing innocently with a toy. You know, it takes a lot out of you. Commissioner Danielle Outlaw says the boy was struck in the head and rushed to the hospital. Outlaw recognized that parts of West Philadelphia are plagued with violence. I'm learning the different neighborhoods but learning history. Around different blocks in different parts of the city. At least two people were killed Saturday from gun violence in North Philadelphia, a man in his twenties and a 34 year old Charlotte, risque Y W News radio governor Wolf praises volunteer First responders who are often last in line that's coming up on K Y W news radio right now, though traffic and weather on this Tuesday Traffic. Malcolm Point extra the third. Hey there, John. Good morning, Teo. But I'm not going on on the Jersey side, all the short traffic. If anybody has taken their time heading down on the A C expressway at the Garden State Parkway, Black Horse Pike all running a good speed's not seeing any delays. Thankfully, no construction to get in your way and closer to the bridge is taking a look at the 42 Freeway 55 to 95 are all clear. We did have a construction pattern on to 95 south right around Mount Holly Rowe. But that s since cleared But that wasn't really causing a big problem between 1 30 Mount Holly that cleared up about an hour ago. Testing any delays on the bridges E for heading over to P. Ay. Now just watch for a bit of construction on the westbound Scougall expressway between University and 6 76 that you are forced off onto university. That is a full closure. But should we open about six o'clock tomorrow morning, but we'll let you know. If anything, changes, they're not see any delays on 95 either way around Delaware County, looking good around the airport as well as in Bucks County and then on up 6 11 If you're heading up broad street all the way. No reported to laze around Temple all the way up to Doylestown. Indicate what w 24 hour traffic center I'm Malcolm point after the third time now for a check of weather the five day a lot of it wet from NBC 11th alert meteorologist Michelle Grossman. Well, it's been a rough morning for parts of Berks County, North Hanson County,.

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"john austin kovach" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

04:54 min | 7 months ago

"john austin kovach" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"I'm Kristen Johannsen and its filth Adelphia for riel as the city falls days. Some say a week behind in trash pickups Right now in center City, mostly sunny, 81 degrees heading to 95. Good morning. I'm John Austin Kovach in our top story, it's 7 31 civil rights pioneer and long time Georgia Congressman John Lewis has died. I met Rosa Parks in 1957 when I was 17. 19 state I met Dr King and these two individual inspired me to get in trouble, and I've been getting in good trouble necessary. When Louis was 25. His skull was fractured by police in the Selma to Montgomery marches in Alabama. He also helped organize the 1963 March on Washington. Here's correspondent Rebecca Kaplan, in a statement announcing Lewis's passing his family said he was honored and respected as the conscience of the U. S Congress and an icon of American history. But we knew him as a loving father and brother. He was a stalwart champion in the ongoing struggle to demand respect for the dignity and worth of every human being. He dedicated his entire life to nonviolent activism and was an outspoken advocate in the struggle for equal justice in America. He will be deeply missed. Back. In December, Louis announced he was battling stage four pancreatic cancer, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says his goodness, faith and bravery transformed our nation. In a statement, Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said You did not need to agree with John or on many policy details to be awed by his life, admire his dedication to his neighbors in Georgia's fifth district or appreciate his generous, respectful and friendly bearing Louis served as a Georgia congressman for more than three decades. He was 80 years old after traffic will talk trash, but right now, indeed, it is time for traffic and weather on the Tuesday sponsored by wind donation by to get two free cell window nation dot com. Looking out the traffic window is Billy Dawson. Get John. And in doing so, I've got a nice little update here. Delaware County 95 North bound. We had two right lanes closed. And I was watching here in the jam. Kim. They've shifted this and now it looks like just a center lanes. Kind of weird. You're gonna have to choose left to right. But that's the situation is certainly going to help the traffic flow through there a little easier this morning. Let's go over to the school expressly 76 eastbound approaching divine. It's closed at the vine. You have to continue eastbound on 6 76 That is your detour. They had some construction work going on. It's going to be that way all weekend. Elsewhere up in Montgomery, Will you get a big three mile closure here? The lime Kiln Pike between 1 52 Actually, I'm killed by people because you close between county Line road and 202 that is going to be closed until Monday. Next update in less than 10 minutes. I'm Billy Dawson in the K Y w 24 hour traffic center time now for our check of weather sponsored by Hutchinson, Plumbing, heating cooling. Joining us live with the forecast, NBC 10 1st Alert meteorologist Steve Sosman. Good morning. Hey there, John. Good morning to you. We are in the middle of a heat wave and that he waved ramps up each and every day. So yesterday, 90 degrees today we're going for 95 now. Right now It's a currently a nice pleasant morning Temperature 77 in Philadelphia mid sixties and some of our suburbs. The humidity came down overnight, and that's a big difference. For today. The humidity will be a manageable level so that 95 I know it sounds really bad with lower humidity feels all right now as we go into tonight, 74 degrees, partly cloudy at humidity back on the rise. And then tomorrow you really feel the difference up to 97 degrees feels like temperatures 100 to 105 Monday. Just downright miserable. This heat is just awful. On Monday, 98 degrees feels like 1 10 and then even into Tuesday will be in the middle nineties feeling like 10521 10 and then by Wednesday, I think a good chance of thunderstorms while hot temperatures in the lower nineties, But there's thunderstorms will help at least temporarily, Coolest off and John even after the humidity leaves late next week. We're still going to be at 90 or higher, so this could be a real long lasting, he wave. I'm in pre sweat mode already. Thanks very much. Steve Sausage and joining us live with forecast right now. In center City, mostly sunny, 81 heading to 95 in the wake of George Floyd's killing and calls for police reform Philadelphia's top cop, It's implementing new training for officers to help call out misconduct on the force. A wind of any crime, and justice reporter Kristin Joe Hansen explains it disappear. Intervention program. The model called active by Standard Ship for law enforcement or able focuses on how officers interact with each other when they see wrongdoing during a situation first identifying why cops may not speak up whether it's out of fear of retaliation or.

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"john austin kovach" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:33 min | 8 months ago

"john austin kovach" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"To the pandemic, the president may have set off some verbal blast in his holiday address. Some service came back last week. But it may be awhile before regional rail services fully restored. Mike DiNardo, a little boy drowned in the pool in Wildwood. I'm Andrew Kramer. Here in center City. Now partly sunny, 76 degrees, aiming for an afternoon high of 95. Good morning. I'm John Austin Kovach in our top story at 901 We celebrated America's 244th birthday and some regular ways, but others less so A salute to America Independence Day celebration was held in the nation's capital President Trump took aim at protesters calling for the removal of controversial statues around the country were now in the process of defeating the radical left. The Marxists, the anarchists, the agitators, the looters. And people who in many instances have absolutely no clue. What they're doing. The president also says China needs to be held fully accountable for the spread of the Corona virus, and said there will be a therapeutic or vaccine solution before the end of the year. Social distancing restrictions are in place through the U. S. And so the Fourth of July celebrations were more subdued in New Jersey. The beach and Boardwalk in Asbury Park were both open, but not anybody could get to them. Correspondent Cori James. Explain Elena Box says she wasn't all right..

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