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"judge glaser" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:50 min | 3 months ago

"judge glaser" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Federal judges turn out most of the arguments made by Republican, said the Trump campaign on some major rules of the road for the November election in Pennsylvania, among them Bid to get rid of brought boxes across the state. All that ahead in the next 15 minutes. I'm David Mattan. Andrew Kramer, the editor's desk. The Trump Campaign appealing of Philadelphia Common Police Court decision to Commonwealth Court. That decision sided with the city on newly open satellite election offices, which the campaign considers polling places you update from K Y W. City Hall bureau chief Pat Lowe. Judge Gary Glaser says the offices don't fit either the time or geographic limitations for polling places in the state election code that is on election day in and for a specific voting district. Nor, he says, are the functions of polling places performed there. No opening, counting or recording of ballots. Yes, he says allowing Paul watchers where state law makes no provision for them would be the worst sort of judicial activism usurping the legislative function. The ruling is a victory for the city commissioners, who opened the offices to ease getting in returning male and ballots in light of their unexpected popularity due to the cove it 19 pandemic and to reassure voters in light of the president's repeated attacks on male and voting. The commissioners are allowing Onley voters conducting business inside the offices. They say they're pleased with the decision and we'll welcome poll watchers on Election Day. In the meantime, Judge Glaser recommended the Trump campaign except the commissioner's offer to tour the offices. But not to linger. Pat Lobe K Y. W NewsRadio pandemics put quite a few bumps in the road for people who want to vote in explain selection and are a local nonprofit, hoping the smooth things out a bit. Hey, Why don't you use Antoinette Lee Report, Michelle, often of the coalition against Hunger says with so many issues on the line, and so many rumors and misinformation being spread there, people who are afraid to do the mail in ballots because they keep hearing that they're not going to be counted. They wanted to do something to help ensure that the people they serve have their voices heard in the upcoming election. Different initiatives that are going to be voted on in the next year. Next several months are all things that are gonna affect our clients such as affordable health care. As in addition to the hotline, 866, our vote organization is also promoting voting information through a virtual town hall that will stream on Facebook this coming Tuesday. The voting rights town hall is, of course, free and open to everyone. There will also be a leap for people to watch at a later time if they miss it and swing it. Li Ke one w news radio lovers looking forward to the return of Broadway shows. We're gonna have to keep waiting. Broadway League announced the suspension on performances, which was put in place is the start of the pandemic in March, has now been extended to the end of May. Theatergoers with tickets for shows between now and the intimation. Go to their point of purchase to get an exchange. Or maybe a refund came.

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"judge glaser" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:49 min | 3 months ago

"judge glaser" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"For poll watchers and satellite election offices to Commonwealth Court. A judge denies the Trump campaign yesterday, local nonprofit holding a town hall event to inform voters of their rights and recapping our top stories. The fans are back limited numbers, but they started showing up in high school football games last night. Similar things will be happening at Eagles games. Starting tomorrow in Pittsburgh. That's ahead in the next 15. Good morning. I'm Paul Kurtz. Andrew Kramer is at the editor's desk. The Trump campaign is taking its demand for poll watchers and satellite election offices to Commonwealth Court. The campaign is appealing what it calls the irresponsible ruling by a Philadelphia judge in favor of the city's argument that the offices are not polling places. Here's Kate Water, but you City Hall Bureau chief Pat Lowe. Judge Gary Glaser says the offices don't fit either the time or geographic limitations for polling places in the state election code that is on election day in and for a specific voting district. Nor, he says, are the functions of polling places performed there. No opening, counting or recording of ballots. Thus, he says, allowing Paul watchers were state law makes no provision for them would be the worst sort of judicial activism. Usurping the legislative function. The ruling is a victory for the city commissioners who opened the offices to ease getting in returning male and ballots in light of their unexpected popularity due to the cove it 19 pandemic and to reassure voters in light of the president's repeated attacks on male and voting. The commissioners are allowing Onley voters conducting business inside the offices. They say they're pleased with the decision and we'll welcome poll watchers on Election Day. In the meantime, Judge Glaser recommended the Trump campaign except the commissioner's offer to tour the offices. But not to linger. Pat Lobe K Y. W NewsRadio holding rights are always a big issue, and last night, a local nonprofit hosted a town hall event to share some advice with people Kois W's Antoinette. We checked it out. Michelle, often of the coalition against Hunger says with so many issues on the line, and so many rumors and misinformation being spread there, people who are free to do the mail in ballots because they keep hearing that they're not going to be counted. They wanted to do something to help ensure that the people they serve have their voices heard in the upcoming election. Different initiatives that are going to be voted on in the next year. Next several months are all things that are gonna affect our kind, Such a cz affordable health care, she says. In addition to the hotline 66. Our vote organization is also promoting voting information through a virtual town hall that will stream on Facebook this coming Tuesday. The voting rights town hall is, of course, free and open to everyone. There will also be elite for people to watch it a later time if they miss it, and swing at Lee came with W News radio. It's 10 48 came wind. W news.

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"judge glaser" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

04:48 min | 3 months ago

"judge glaser" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Judge rule has denied the Trump campaign's request. Place what Paul watchers in satellite election offices throughout Philly. Local nonprofit holds a town hall to inform voters of their rights in November and recapping our top story fan's return to the stands in limited numbers at many high school football games last night, and the Eagles will play in front of some fans in Pittsburgh tomorrow. All that ahead in the next 15 minutes. Good morning on Paul Kurtz. Conner Bar Kong is at the editor's desk. The Trump campaign is taking its demand for poll watchers in satellite election offices to Commonwealth Court. The campaign is appealing what it calls the irresponsible ruling by a Philadelphia judge yesterday in favor of the city's argument that the offices are not polling places. Hey Y W. City Hall Bureau chief Pat Loeb has details. Judge Gary Glaser says the offices don't fit either the time or geographic limitations for polling places in the state election code that is on election day in and for a specific voting district. Act. Nor, he says, are the functions of polling places performed there. No opening, counting or recording of ballots. Thus, he says, allowing Paul watchers were state law makes no provision for them would be the worst sort of judicial activism usurping the legislative function. The ruling is a victory for the city commissioners, who opened the offices to ease getting in returning male and ballots in light of their unexpected popularity due to the cove it 19 pandemic and to reassure voters in light of the president's repeated attacks on male and voting. The commissioners are allowing Onley voters conducting business inside the offices. They say they're pleased with the decision and we'll welcome poll watchers on Election Day. In the meantime, Judge Glaser recommended the Trump campaign except the commissioner's offer to tour the offices. But not to linger. Pat Lobe K Y. W NewsRadio. Last night, a local nonprofit hosted a town hall event online to share some voting rights advice with people. Okay, One of you's Antoinette Lee checked it out. Michelle, often of the coalition against Hunger says with so many issues on the line, and so many rumors and misinformation being spread there, people who are free to do the mail in ballots because they keep hearing that they're not going to be counted. They wanted to do something to help ensure that the people they serve have their voices heard in the upcoming election. Different initiatives that are going to be voted on in the next year. Next several months are all things that are gonna affect our clients such as affordable health care, she says. In addition to the hotline 66. Our vote organization is also promoting voting information through a virtual town hall that will stream on Facebook this coming Tuesday. The voting rights town hall is, of course, free and open to everyone. There will also be a leap for people to watch it a later time if they miss it, and swing it. Li Ke one w NEWS RADIO state 48 came wind w news radio presents live and learn Education in a covert 19 world. Most schools in the region started off the year with all remote learning, and since then, some have switched to a hybrid model of in school and online. So what's it like in the classroom these days they want to use my authority stopped by to schools to find out aside from masks, daily temperature checks and little footprints taped to the floor to promote distancing life at Resurrection Elementary and Cherry Hill is pretty normal. Camden Diocese Superintendent Bill Watson says his team spent the entire summer working on plans tailored to each of his 62 schools. Also, it allowed for some nuance and for some creativity, Resurrection Principal Molly Webb says just about everything was considered, including how to handle the inevitable positive case of school. Isolate and quarantine. Those who need it. And keep pushing ahead. The students she says, have bought in the first week. We were very silent cause I think people were wondering, Can I can I talk and I, But then now when I'm walking down the hall or I stop in a question, it's hi, Mrs Webb and Senior like they're comfortable, and yet they're completely following the protocols. Debbie Shoemaker teaches fourth grade and she had concerns about returning 60 years old. I'm diabetic, some high risk, she says. She feels safer at school than just about anywhere else. The students, their families are committed to keeping us safe, a swell at Creativity Co laboratory charter and Elmer. Eighth grade teacher Pamela two's A toga is also high risk, and she believes the school is doing everything possible to protect her and the students. I mean, it literally checks all the boxes of everything of research. See three is on a farm with buildings scattered over many acres. Principal Lauren Thomas says students operate in cohorts doing all activities with the same 12 students every day. We don't allow mingling, and that's purely on the advice of department education, and it's working miked already K Y w news radio. Expressway. Construction is holding things up this morning. We'll have that for you in a couple minutes, it's 8 50. We know it.

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"judge glaser" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

05:51 min | 3 months ago

"judge glaser" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Out to its client based or promote voting and ease fears of getting it done right by the remotely or at the poles and recapping our top story. A former Philadelphia cop is now charging with 1st and 3rd degree murders and the nearly three year old shooting of an unarmed man who had led officers on a car chase. That's all ahead in the next 15 minutes. Good morning, Pete Dorado Connor Bark on Is that the editor's desk? Ah Philadelphia judge has ruled against of the Trump campaign, denying a request to put poll watchers in the cities a satellite election offices. KOW City Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe reports. The judge agreed with the city that the offices are not polling places. Judge Gary Glaser says the offices don't fit either the time or geographic limitations for polling places in the state election code that is on election day in and for a specific voting district. Nor, he says, are the functions of polling places performed there. No opening counting. A recording of ballots. Bessie says allowing Paul watchers were state law makes no provision for them would be the worst sort of judicial activism usurping the legislative function. The ruling is a victory for the city commissioners, who opened the offices to ease getting in returning male and ballots in light of their unexpected popularity due to the cove it 19 pandemic and to reassure voters in light of the president's repeated attacks on male and voting. The commissioners are allowing Onley voters conducting business inside the offices. They say they're pleased with the decision and we'll welcome poll watchers on Election Day. In the meantime, Judge Glaser recommended the Trump campaign except the commissioner's offer to tour the offices. But not to linger, Pat Lobe K Y. W News radio. The pandemic has created obstacles on the way to the voting booth. But a nonprofit group wants to help inform voters of their rights in a town hall event, which is hosted online cable. W's Antoinette leave reports, Michelle often of the coalition against Hunger says with so many issues on the line, and so many rumors and misinformation being spread there, people who are afraid to do the mail in ballots because they keep hearing that they're not going to be counted. They wanted to do something too. Ensure that the people they serve have their voices heard in the upcoming election. Different initiatives that are going to be voted on in the next year. Next several months are all things that are gonna affect our clients such as affordable health care, she says. In addition to the hotline, 866, our vote organization is also promoting voting information through a virtual town hall that will stream on Facebook this coming Tuesday. The voting rights town hall is, of course, free and open to everyone. There will also be a link for people to watch it a later time. They miss it. Antoinette Lee came with W news radio. You screen I screen But the more you screen it hurts. And Arizona State University study looks at the relationship between screen time and various health behaviors screen used generally and over time related to poor health outcomes. Dr Chris Wharton study concentrated on specific types of screen use. Heavy users of TVs and smartphones reported the most harmful behavioral patterns. Highest frequency of fast food consumption. Highest perceived stress. Lowest number of Hours of sleep, the poorest quality lowest physical activity. IRB, My Stephan Kaufman CBS NEWS Prescott, Arizona came wind W news radio presents live and learn Education in a covert 19 world. Tens of thousands of students are learning virtually interacting with friends and teachers, mostly through computers. Okay, what W's badass cousin it spoke to some families about how they're doing and how they're coping. It makes you feel only 14 year old Davis Lam started off his freshman year at Heritage High School from his bedroom's not a lot to do. I just sit at my desk and do schoolwork all day. Like thousands of other kids this year, he and his twin sister, Lily, are not socializing between classes are getting used to a new school building. I mostly do school from my desk public at night all ago. My bed. Cause I'm usually sore from like sitting in a chair all day while the kids tell me they like not having to get out of bed, so we released Sash official. Levitt, a freshman at Germantown Friends School, says Being on the computer all day is difficult. That's really hard on your eyes and your mind and being able to pay attention for that long without any physical interaction, And David says it's hard to connect with his teachers from afar. I've had like teaches that sort of close with and like, really like no, your teachers through Zoom mom, Michelle Lamb tells me she's lucky that her kids are old enough to log on by themselves. But Dad. She feels like a prisoner in her home. A monsoon calls all day there on zoom calls all day. But not all kids are so independent. Like Jill Jacobson's middle child, who the kindergartner at Greenfield Elementary School. I have to have a bunch of Windows open on the computer. At the same time. Some of the teachers use Google meet some of the teachers. You zoom. I have my email open that has all the special codes And then there are all the school announcements. I get a gazillion emails. Meanwhile, Jacobson's oldest child is also learning virtually in his classroom breaks Don't coincide with his little brothers. And he's jumping on the couch and trying to talk to us. For Jacobson is one of the lucky ones. I am taking a break from my business because I don't know if it makes sense financially. Tio hire someone to help my kids with school while I go work badass cousin it's K Y w. NewsRadio. He's doing more than wrapping these days. Jay Z has posted bond for several protesters who were arrested in Wisconsin after authorities declined to charge the officer who fatally shot 17 year old Alvin Cole. A teen's mother. Tracy was one of the dozens of protesters arrested on Thursday night. Jay Z and Team Rock, the social justice arm of ROC nation, have also paid an undisclosed amount of court fees for Tracy Cole on her three daughters, along with several others who were arrested at the demonstration. The demonstrations followed the Milwaukee district attorney's decision to not bring charges against Officer Joseph MENSA. Who fatally shot the teen on February 2nd. Well, we do have an accident on the Skakel Expressway. We'll check in with Billy Dawson and the traffic center next. It's 7 50. Voting my mail in Pennsylvania. Remember to feel your ballot.

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Philadelphia judge rejects Trump's poll-watcher lawsuit

KYW 24 Hour News

01:10 min | 3 months ago

Philadelphia judge rejects Trump's poll-watcher lawsuit

"Has ruled against of the Trump campaign, denying a request to put poll watchers in the cities a satellite election offices. KOW City Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe reports. The judge agreed with the city that the offices are not polling places. Judge Gary Glaser says the offices don't fit either the time or geographic limitations for polling places in the state election code that is on election day in and for a specific voting district. Nor, he says, are the functions of polling places performed there. No opening counting. A recording of ballots. Bessie says allowing Paul watchers were state law makes no provision for them would be the worst sort of judicial activism usurping the legislative function. The ruling is a victory for the city commissioners, who opened the offices to ease getting in returning male and ballots in light of their unexpected popularity due to the cove it 19 pandemic and to reassure voters in light of the president's repeated attacks on male and voting. The commissioners are allowing Onley voters conducting business inside the offices. They say they're pleased with the decision and we'll welcome poll watchers on Election Day. In the meantime, Judge Glaser recommended the Trump campaign except the commissioner's offer to tour the offices. But not to linger, Pat Lobe K Y.

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"judge glaser" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:54 min | 3 months ago

"judge glaser" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Philadelphia judge has ruled against the Trump campaign. Denying a request to put poll watchers in satellite election offices. K Y W. City Hall Bureau chief Pat Lobe reports. The judge agreed with the city that the offices are not polling places. Judge Gary Glaser says the offices don't fit either the time or geographic limitations for polling places in the state election code that is on election day in and for a specific voting district. Nor, he says, are the functions of polling places performed there. No opening, counting or Courting of ballots. Thus, he says, allowing Paul watchers were state law makes no provision for them would be the worst sort of judicial activism usurping the legislative function. The ruling is a victory for the city commissioners, who opened the offices to ease getting in returning mail in ballots in light of their unexpected popularity due to the cove it 19 pandemic and to reassure voters in light of the president's repeated attacks on male and voting. The commissioners are allowing Onley voters conducting business inside the offices. They say they're pleased with the decision and we'll welcome poll watchers on Election Day. In the meantime, Judge Glaser recommended the Trump campaign except the commissioner's offer to tour the offices. But not to linger. Pat Lobe K. Y. W. NewsRadio, a local nonprofit held a town hall event to inform voters of their rights this November. Ears. Kois W's Antoinette Lee. In the June election. Many of them showed up to their polling sites and found that they were closed and they didn't know what to do You know where to go, Michelle, often of the coalition against Hunger says With so many issues on the line, and so many rumors and misinformation being spread there, people who are afraid to do the mail in ballots because they keep hearing that they're not going to be counted. They wanted to do something to help ensure that the people they serve have their voices heard in the upcoming election. Different initiatives that are going to be voted on In the next year. Next several months are all things that are gonna affect our clients such as affordable health care, she says. In addition to the hotline 866 hour vote, the organization is also promoting voting information through a virtual town hall that will stream on Facebook this coming Tuesday. The voting rights town hall is, of course, free and open to everyone. There will also be elite for people to watch at a later time if they miss it, always to make sure that they just full Antoinette Li ke With W News BRADY a new study is shedding light. Dawn. How screen time affect the body at Arizona State University study looks at the relationship between screen time and various health behaviors screen used generally and over time related to poor health outcomes. Dr Chris Wharton study concentrated on specific types of screen use. Heavy users of TVs and smartphones reported the most harmful behavioral patterns. Highest frequency fast food consumption Highest perceived stress. Lowest number of Hours of sleep, the poorest leave quality, lowest physical activity. IRB, my Stephan Kaufman CBS News Press. Kate Arizona 6.

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"judge glaser" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

05:28 min | 3 months ago

"judge glaser" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Philadelphia judge rejects the Trump campaign request to put poll watchers in the city's new satellite elections office is a nonprofit group reaches out to its client base to promote voting in the spheres of getting it done right either remotely for the pole. Lt's recapping. Our top story of former Philadelphia cop is now charged with 1st and 3rd degree murder in the nearly three year old shooting of an unarmed man who had led officers on a car chase. That's all ahead in the next 15 minutes. Good morning. I'm John Lost. Kovach Connor bark at the editor's desk. Ah Philadelphia judge has ruled against the Trump campaign, denying a request to put poll watchers in the city's satellite election offices. Kyi nobody of City Hall Bureau chief Pat Lobe reports. The judge agreed with the city that the offices, offices air, not polling places. Judge Gary Glaser says the offices don't fit either the time or geographic limitations for polling places in the state election code that is on election day in and for a specific Vic Voting district. Nor, he says, are the functions of polling places performed there. No opening, counting or recording of ballots. Thus, he says, allowing Paul watchers were state law makes no provision for them would be the worst sort of judicial activism usurping the legislative function. The ruling is a victory for the city commissioners, who opened the offices to ease getting in returning male and ballots in light of their unexpected popularity due to the cove it 19 pandemic and to reassure voters in light of the president's repeated attacks on male and vote. Ding. The commissioners are allowing Onley voters conducting business inside the offices. They say they're pleased with the decision and we'll welcome poll watchers on Election Day. In the meantime, Judge Glaser recommended the Trump campaign except the commissioner's offer to tour the offices. But not to linger. Pat Lobe K Y. W News radio. The Trump campaign had no immediate comment on this ruling. Upand. Democrats created obstacles on the way to the voting booth. But a nonprofit group wants to help inform voters of their rights in a town hall event hosted online. Here's K Y Double D's Antoinette Lea Michele, often of the coalition against Hunger says with so many issues on the line, and so many rumors and misinformation being spread there, people who are afraid to do the mail in ballots because they keep hearing that they're not going to be counted. They wanted to do something to help ensure that the people they serve have their voices heard in the upcoming election. Shin the different initiatives that are going to be voted on in the next year. Next several months are all things that are gonna affect our clients such as affordable health care, she says. In addition to the hotline, 866, our vote organization is also promoting voting information through a virtual town hall that will stream on Facebook this coming Tuesday. The voting rights town hall is, of course, free and open to everyone. There will also be a link for people to watch it a later time if they miss it, and swing at Lee came with W News radio. You Green eyes screen, but the Moriah screen it hurts at Arizona State University study looks at the relationship between screen time and various health behaviors screen used generally and over time related to poor health outcomes. Dr Chris Wharton study concentrated on specific types of screen use. Heavy users of TVs and smartphones reported the most harmful behavioral patterns. Highest frequency of fast food consumption. Highest perceived stress. Lowest number of hours of sleep, the poorest quality, lowest physical activity. Irby Am I Stephan Kaufman. CBS NEWS Prescott, Arizona A wind W NEWS radio presents live and Learn Education in a covert 19 world, Tens of thousands of students are learning virtually interacting with friends and teachers, mostly through computers. Hey, Y w said ask cousin. It spoke some families about how they're doing and, frankly, how they're coping. It makes you feel only 14 year old Davis Lam started off his freshman year at Heritage High School from his bedroom, not a lot to do. I just sit at my desk and do schoolwork all day. Like thousands of other kids this year, he and his twin sister, Lily, are not socializing between classes or getting used to a new school building do school from my desk. But look at night all ago my bed because I'm usually sore from like sitting in a chair all day while the kids tell me they like not having to get out of bed, So we're Early sash official. Levitt, a freshman at Germantown Friends School, says Being on the computer all day is difficult. That's really hard on your eyes and your mind and being able to pay attention for that long without any physical interaction, And Davis says it's hard to connect with his teachers from afar. I've had like teaches that one sort of close with and I really like no, your teachers through Zoom mom, Michelle Lamb tells me She's lucky that her kids are old enough to log on by themselves, but adds she feels like a prisoner in her home. A monsoon calls all day there on zoom calls all day. But not all. They're so independent, like Jill Jacobson's middle child, who? The kindergartner at Greenfield Elementary School. I have to have a bunch of Windows open on the computer. At the same time. Some of the teachers use Google meet some of the teachers. You zoom. I have my email open that has all the special codes And then there are all the school announcements. I get a gazillion emails. Meanwhile, Jacob since oldest child is also learning virtually in his classroom breaks Don't coincide with his little brothers, and he's jumping on the couch and trying to talk to us. But Jacobson is one of the lucky ones. I am taking a break from my Business because I don't know if it makes sense financially to hire someone to help my kids with school while I go work, K Y w news radio. Coming up will check highways and there is that road work on the turnpike popping up. Voting my mail in Pennsylvania. Remember to seal your ballot in.

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"judge glaser" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

04:50 min | 3 months ago

"judge glaser" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"High 74. I'm NBC 11th alert meteorologist Glenn Hurricane Schwartz with their most accurate forecast. Callen and thank you, Glen 60. Right now We're going down to a low of 57 here in town overnight. New reality Life in a pandemic. Now the latest from K Y W. NewsRadio expecting to get his doctor's blessing tomorrow to resume his regular schedule of activities. President Trump Expected Tio have a Saturday afternoon engagement on the White House balcony to a crowd below on the South Lawn on Law and Order issues, a large outdoor gathering on the South Lawn. Come exactly two weeks after what the nation's top infectious disease expert calls a White House super spreader. It was in a situation where people were crowded together went out wearing now, Dr Anthony found. She tells CBS news radio today to speak for themselves found, she said he's concerned that to many Americans will see the president's case and presumed they would quickly bounce back from Cove it that miss deception we have to overcome. Steven Portnoy CBS News Campaign 2020 on K Y W News radio coverage sponsored by Anthology senior Living of King of Prussia Way Sort of Knew This would happen for the next one anyway. Organizer's air now officially scrapping the next presidential debate after getting whipsawed over a couple of days, starting with President Trump, saying he wouldn't waste his time doing a virtual debate due to Corona virus concerns. Or from CBS's Norah O'Donnell. CBS News has learned. The next presidential debate has officially been canceled. A source says the bipartisan commission that sponsors that won't move forward after President Trump refused to participate in the town hall. Challenged robot INS campaign says he will take part in a town hall next Wednesday. Here in Philadelphia, hosted by ABC News moderated by George Stephanopoulos. Ah third presidential debate. This point is still scheduled for October 22nd in Nashville. Meantime, President Trump will return to the actual campaign trail on Monday and will hold his first in person rally since his covert 19 diagnosis on October 1st. I'll be traveling to Sanford, Florida That's just north of Orlando. The White House repeatedly dodges questions about the date of Mr Trump's last negative Corona virus test. That would be a sign he's passed the virus. Joe Biden. Meantime, returns up to Pennsylvania tomorrow. Northern section of the Commonwealth visiting Irie as the former vice president focuses on the Commonwealth, his native state that President Trump narrowly won over Hillary Clinton and 2016 Arepa among the county's that flip to Trump four years ago, But Democrat Barack Obama won Erie County by 20 points and 16 points. In hiss to national victories. By the way, it's Biden seventh trip here to the Commonwealth since only the start of September. Ah Philadelphia judge, meantime, has ruled against the Trump campaign, denying a request to put poll watchers in the city's satellite election offices. Hey, Y W City Hall Bureau treat Pat Lobe reports he agreed with the city that the offices are not polling places. Judge Gary Glaser says the offices don't fit either the time or geographic limitations for polling places in the state election code that is on election day in and for a specific voting district. Nor, he says, are the functions of polling places performed there. No opening, counting or recording of ballots. Yes, he says allowing Paul watchers where state law makes no provision for them would be the worst sort of judicial activism usurping the legislative function. The ruling is a victory for the city commissioners, who opened the offices to ease getting in returning male and ballots in light of their unexpected popularity due to the cove it 19 pandemic and to reassure voters in light of the president's repeated attacks on male and voting. The commissioners are allowing Onley voters conducting business inside the offices. They say they're pleased with the decision and we'll welcome poll watchers on Election Day. In the meantime, Judge Glaser recommended the Trump campaign except the commissioner's offer to tour the offices. But not to linger. Pat Lobe K Y. W NewsRadio stimulus package negotiations are on again. President Trump's top economic adviser Larry Kudlow says the president has approved a revised version of the stimulus package just days after calling off negotiations until after the November election. White House correspondent wish Zhang has the latest on what's going on. We don't know what the realistic timeline is. But what we do know is that the Senate Majority leader, Mitch McConnell, Today said it is very unlikely that any deal will be struck before Election Day. The president reportedly signed off on a roughly $1.8 trillion stimulus offer to be presented to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. That's below the 2.2 trillion in the bill passed by House Democrats. Construction projects still affecting both sides of the.

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"judge glaser" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

04:38 min | 3 months ago

"judge glaser" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Prussia. A statement tonight from the Trump campaign says there's no medical reason to stop next Thursday's debate since the president will be quoting here healthy and ready. It comes as we have learned that it's not happening. Let's get more now from CBS correspondent Nora O'Donnell. CBS News has learned. The next presidential debate has officially been canceled. A source says the bipartisan commission that sponsors that won't move forward after President Trump refused to participate in the town hall. Meantime, President Trump is expected to speak publicly tomorrow to a crowd on the South Lawn. CBS News White Hours, White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy explains from the Blue Room balcony. The president is expected to give a law and order speech to a crowd of black conservatives on the South Lawn. A source familiar with the events is, attendees will be instructed to wear masks that two weeks after what Dr Anthony found she called a super spreader. The Rose Garden announcement of the president's Supreme Court pick. Found. She spoke with CBS News radio, the concern of myself and my my fellow physicians, or that the people out there might not take this virus is seriously as you should. Stephen Portnoy CBS News To the biting campaign now where Pennsylvania will once again be the main attraction. The Democratic presidential nominee will be trying to win over undecided voters in the swing state On Saturday, Joe Biden will be heading to Erie County, which Trump won in the last election. A narrow win by 1.5 points. It's by the seventh trip to the states since the beginning of September. The campaign says that Biden will take part in the town hall next Wednesday. Right here in Philadelphia, will be hosted by ABC News and then a third presidential debate is still on the schedule. We'll see if it happens. It's slated for October, 22nd. In Nashville. Once again, the second presidential debate has been scrapped. Philadelphia Police are releasing details on the murder of a woman in Germantown. It happened Thursday morning and the fatal shooting of her killer by police. Here's k y w skin Glow Vous It was about an hour and a half of one incident after another involving 29 year old Stanley Cochran. It started at 3 A.m. at a church in German town where Cochran tried to get a woman he knew who lived at the church to give him food money and her car. Police say the woman finally tossed him the keys. After he fired his assault rifle inside the church. He left crashing the car. Police say he tried to carjack another woman. But she drove in reverse several blocks, flagged down police and told them what happened. Cochran, then stop another vehicle and fatally shot the 19 year old female driver. A man in the car was shot but survived. Minutes later, Cochran was approached by two officers who told him to stop, but he continued toward them. Police say the two officers fired their guns at him. Then the gunman fled on foot into Vernon Park. Officers trailed Cochran to Rittenhouse and Germantown Avenue. He exchanged gunfire with one officer. Then Koppen tried and failed to steal the officers Police cruiser. That's when police say 1/4 officers showed up and shot him. Kim Glovis K Y. W. News radio in Philadelphia judge has denied a request to put poll watchers in the city's satellite election offices. Hey, Y W City Hall Bureau chief had lobe explains why Judge Gary Glaser says the offices don't fit either the time or geographic limitations for polling places in the state election code that is on election day in and for a specific voting district. Nor, he says, are the functions of polling places performed there. No opening, counting or recording of ballots. Thus, he says, allowing Paul watchers where state law makes no provision for them would be the worst sort of judicial activism. Usurping the legislative function. The ruling is a victory for the city commissioners who opened the offices to ease getting in returning male and ballots in light of their unexpected popularity due to the cove it 19 pandemic and to reassure voters in light of the president's repeated attacks on male and voting. The commissioners are allowing Onley voters conducting business inside the offices. They say they're pleased with the decision and we'll welcome poll watchers on Election Day. In the meantime, Judge Glaser recommended the Trump campaign except the commissioner's offer to tour the offices. But not to linger. Pat Lobe K Y. W News radio coming up traffics tracking the construction crews that you'll want to get around. 10 39 on K Y W K Y W News radio. We're here for you. 24 7 depend on us A warm, cozy home. It's good for your mood. It's good for your health. And right now Hutchinson is offering.

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"judge glaser" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:56 min | 3 months ago

"judge glaser" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"It'll happen just over two weeks after hosting what Dr Anthony Fauci tells CBS News was that Corona virus Super spreader event in the Rose Garden. The Trump campaign quotes the president's doctor Sean Conley, is saying Mr Trump will be medically cleared for safe return to public engagements by tomorrow. Joe Biden returns to Pennsylvania tomorrow visiting theory as the former vice president focuses on the Commonwealth. His native state that President Trump won narrowly over Hillary Clinton back in 2016. Arepa among the county's that flip to trump four years ago. Barack Obama when he ran one Erie County by 20 points and 16 points in his two national victories, by the way this is buying seventh trip to the Commonwealth since the start of September. A Philadelphia judge has ruled against the Trump campaign to Naina request to put poll watchers in the city's satellite election offices. Hey, Y W City Hall barrel Cheap path lobe reports he agreed with the city that the offices are not polling places. Judge Gary Glaser says the offices don't fit either the time or geographic limitations for polling places in the state election code that is on election day in and for a specific voting district. Nor, he says, are the functions of polling places performed there. No opening, counting or recording of ballots. Bessie says allowing Paul watchers where state law makes no provision for them would be the worst sort of judicial activism usurping the legislative function. The ruling is a victory for the city commissioners, who opened the offices to ease getting in returning male and ballots in light of their unexpected popularity due to the cove it 19 pandemic and to reassure voters in light of the president's repeated attacks on male and voting. The commissioners are allowing Onley voters conducting business inside the offices. They say they're pleased with the decision and we'll welcome poll watchers on Election Day. In the meantime, Judge Glaser recommended the Trump campaign except the commissioner's offer to tour the offices..

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"judge glaser" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:50 min | 3 months ago

"judge glaser" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Philadelphia judges ruled against the Trump campaign. Denying a request to put poll watchers in the city's new satellite election offices are City Hall Bureau chief Pat Lobe reports. The judge agreed with the city. The offices are not polling places. Judge Gary Glaser says the offices don't fit either the time or geographic limitations for polling places in the state election code that is on election day in and for a specific voting district. Nor, he says, are the functions of polling places performed there. No opening, counting or Courting of ballots. Bess, he says allowing Paul watchers were state law makes no provision for them would be the worst sort of judicial activism usurping the legislative function. The ruling is a victory for the city commissioners, who opened the offices to ease getting in returning mail in ballots in light of their unexpected popularity due to the cove it 19 pandemic and to reassure voters in light of the president's repeated attacks on male and voting. The commissioners are allowing Onley voters conducting business inside the offices. They say they're pleased with the decision and we'll welcome poll watchers on Election Day. In the meantime, Judge Glaser recommended the Trump campaign except the commissioner's offer to tour the offices. But not to linger. Pat Lobe K Y W News radio. So what poll watchers look like? What are they supposed to do? Well, they've gotten some marching orders from the trumpet from the Trump campaign to be their eyes and ears to be vigilant not to assume the worst in people and be courteous even to Democrats that last bit of advice on a video to Pennsylvania's poll watchers. Some of the tens of thousands of Trump campaign's preparing to deploy across the country is part of a nationwide effort on Election Day. Poll watchers. You're not supposed to intimidate voters in any way, but police are preparing for that eventuality. Stand back and stand by President Trump's statement during the first presidential debate when he was asked to take a stand against far right groups is still echoing It's one factor that has some law enforcement officials bracing for potential trouble on election day from extremist groups and others who believe polls are rigged and need to be closely watched. Officers are running drills, setting up command centers and getting ready just in case there are major problems. Wendy Gillette CBS News, Hundreds of thousands of mail in ballots are on the way to voters in Montgomery County, but officials there say the county elections office is getting flooded with phone calls from concerned voters. All because of a premature email sent by the Pennsylvania Department of State that's unravel this story with our suburban bureau chief Jim Millwork. Montgomery County voters who requested a mail in ballot got an email on September 21st saying they're about that was on the way. And if it doesn't arrive in 10 to 14 days, call the county Voter Services office. The Department of State has acknowledged that that e mail should not have gone out, and obviously it has created a lot of confusion. Unnecessarily. So Montgomery County chief clerk Lisa ltz Jack says they started mailing ballots on September 30th. So far, they're hearing ballots are generally arriving at voters homes within three days of being mailed. The important thing to note here is that there has not been a delay actually in processing people's ballots. Or on the part of the United States Postal Service delivering those balance with easy access. By early next week, they expect 200,000 ballots will have been mailed. And, he adds, There's no reason to think three weeks isn't enough time to return Those ballots. In addition to male voters can use the county's 11 ballot drop boxes the fourth satellite elections offices or return them in person to the voter services office in Norristown. At the suburban bureau Jim Millward KOW NewsRadio Joe Biden is in Las Vegas today for a couple of campaign stops no public events for President Trump. Though he is itching to get back out on the trail. He's talked about wanting to go to Florida and to Pennsylvania for rallies this weekend. Nothing's on his schedule. Our coverage of campaign 2020 is sponsored by.

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Judge rejects Trump campaign request for access to Philadelphia voter offices

KYW 24 Hour News

01:12 min | 3 months ago

Judge rejects Trump campaign request for access to Philadelphia voter offices

"Against the Trump campaign. Denying a request to put poll watchers in the city's new satellite election offices are City Hall Bureau chief Pat Lobe reports. The judge agreed with the city. The offices are not polling places. Judge Gary Glaser says the offices don't fit either the time or geographic limitations for polling places in the state election code that is on election day in and for a specific voting district. Nor, he says, are the functions of polling places performed there. No opening, counting or Courting of ballots. Bess, he says allowing Paul watchers were state law makes no provision for them would be the worst sort of judicial activism usurping the legislative function. The ruling is a victory for the city commissioners, who opened the offices to ease getting in returning mail in ballots in light of their unexpected popularity due to the cove it 19 pandemic and to reassure voters in light of the president's repeated attacks on male and voting. The commissioners are allowing Onley voters conducting business inside the offices. They say they're pleased with the decision and we'll welcome poll watchers on Election Day. In the meantime, Judge Glaser recommended the Trump campaign except the commissioner's offer to tour the offices. But not to linger. Pat Lobe K Y W News radio. So what poll

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"judge glaser" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

04:38 min | 3 months ago

"judge glaser" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Meteorologist Glenn Hurricane Schwartz with your most accurate forecast. Count on it right now. Sunny and 71 degrees in center City. Philadelphia judge has ruled against the Trump campaign, denying a request to put poll watchers in the city's satellite election offices. K Y W City on bureau chief Pat Lobe reports he Agreed with the city that the offices are not polling places. Judge Gary Glaser says the offices don't fit either the time or geographic limitations for polling places in the state election code that is on election day in and for a specific voting district. Nor, he says, are the functions of polling places performed there. No opening, counting or recording of ballots. Thus, he says, allowing Paul watchers where state law makes no provision for them would be the worst sort of judicial activism. Usurping the legislative function. The ruling is a victory for the city commissioners who opened the offices to ease getting in returning male and ballots in light of their unexpected popularity due to the cove it 19 pandemic and to reassure voters in light of the president's repeated attacks on male and voting. The commissioners are allowing Onley voters conducting business inside the offices. They say they're pleased with the decision and we'll welcome poll watchers on Election Day. In the meantime, Judge Glaser recommended the Trump campaign except the commissioner's offer to tour the offices. But not to linger. Pat Lobe K Y. W. NewsRadio Trump campaign had no immediate comment. It's 2 36. Montgomery County Elections, officials say hundreds of thousands of mail in ballots are either on the way or will soon be on the way to voters. However, the state's computer system is causing some Unnecessary confusion as KOW Suburban bureau chief Jim Mel Word reports. Discovery County residents who signed up for mail in ballots got an email on September 21st, saying their ballot was on the way, the message says, to call the county Voter Services office if it doesn't arrive within 10 to 14 days that email was generated by the Department of State, and it was inadvertently sent out several weeks ago. Montgomery County Chief Clerk Lisa Ltz Jack says that e mails created a lot of unnecessary confusion making people think ballots. Were printed and have been sitting at the post office or lost in transit. And that is just not the case. People should feel confident that their ballots have begun to be mailed. Ah, beginning last week so easy, Jack says the county's first ballots went out September 30th. He says they're arriving at people's homes within three days, and he says by early next week, they expect 200,000 ballots will have been sent. He reminds voters in addition to mailing ballots, they can also use one of the 11 ballot drop boxes the four satellite offices or return their ballot to the main voter services office in Norristown at the suburban bureau Jim Mel work edible, you NewsRadio, and as we move closer to Election Day, law enforcement officials are preparing for potential unrest at the polls. Stand back and stand by President Trump's statement during the first presidential debate when he was asked to take a stand against far right groups is still echoing. It's one factor that has some law enforcement officials bracing for potential trouble on election day from extremist groups and others who believe polls are rigged and need to be closely watched. Officers are running drills, setting up command centers. And getting ready just in case there are major problems. Wendy Gillette CBS News Hurricane Delta is bringing bands of rain and blustery winds to Louisiana as its spirals toward the state's southwest coast. Currently a Category two storm it's expected to make landfall tonight. Meteorologist David Parkinson has more on what's in store, probably a four or five hour window where the conditions are the absolute worst in terms of the wind. Probably from just after sunset to about 10 or 11 P.m., and then things drastically improved. Delta is the 25th named storm of an unprecedented Atlantic hurricane season. It's forecast to bring life threatening storm surges as high as 11 FT. In some places. Correspondent Tan Trunk is in Lake Charles Town devastated by Hurricane Laura six weeks ago. We're standing in front of a antique store. It is boarded up, and it's hard to say if it was boarded up from the last time for Laura, or people came back. The owners then boarded up for Hurricane Delta. Thousands of Louisiana residents are still stuck in hotels because of the damage left behind from Laura. Parts of north bound 95 still slow from an earlier accident. We will check that and more for you in a few minutes. It's 2 39. What's happening and why mathematics as the world changes depend on a wind ofyou, NewsRadio. Look around. Could your.

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