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"julie hampshire" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"julie hampshire" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"In or out of I'm not one hazard Gemini school district and continue to use a term considered by some to be a native American floor though the Pennsylvania human relations commission says there are some strings attached they would have you suburban bureau chief Jim Miller reports in a sixty two page opinion the Pennsylvania human relations commission says there are those who believe the term Redskins is always a racial slur but there are others who argue in certain contexts the term could be positive the commission's allowing the Chamonix to keep using red skins but they have to teach students it's never okay to stereo type by showing both the negative attributes of the term and the positive reasons to keep it the opinion says of the commission immediately blackness family from using red skins there was concern the backlash would essentially reinforce the stereotype instead they hope the district can teach there was no single native American instead the cotton and was an avid by hundreds of different tribes many of those with their own unique identities so while the district can continue using the term red skins they are ordered to review all logos and imagery to decide if any of those reinforce negative stereotypes district spokesman says legal counsel's reviewing the order and they won't comment further at this time at the suburban bureau Jim not working what about you newsradio Cheney university will be saved Monday word came that the once Astrup historically black college will keep its accreditation munity affairs reporter Greg spoke Chinese president in Astoria heard first your own K. Y. W. the middle states commission on higher education reaffirm Cheney university's accreditation stating that the one hundred eighty two year old instituted is now in compliance with emission standards Cheney's accreditation I've been in jeopardy per year is way down by tens of millions of dollars in debt on deck had to be part of this process of getting us from point a to point B. and I'm very pleased that the partnership of everyone it's been involved any president Erin Walton says governor Tom will pledge to help save the university with the state taking care of thirty million dollars of the schools that that plus a state grant and donors support rate four point four million dollars which meant the university not only balance its budget but also reported a surplus for the first time in eight years we're not going to rest on our laurels will celebrate today and tomorrow we're getting back to work the thing is the system of higher ed issued a statement on the news saying it represents the first day of Cheney's future Greg him of newsreel Philadelphia certified it's election results Monday it would have you city hall bureau chief Pat low reports there are no surprises in the outcome but it's interesting trend in the turn out we knew there was high turnout for a general election in the mayoral year but the official number of votes was just shy of three hundred seven thousand city commissioner al Schmitt says also worth noting is who turned out the really remarkable thing is that turnout among younger voters eighteen to thirty four year old voters just went through the roof and it's not the first time this has happened this is now been several elections in a row the increase for that group over four years ago is fifty eight percent Smith says voters over fifty still dominate but they're not showing much of an increase in turnout which is narrowing the generation gap in voter participation at city hall Pat lobe killing W. newsradio Philadelphia is struggling on sustainability efforts that's according to a report card recently issued by a green Philly organization devoted to pushing the city toward a greener lifestyle they would have used him globis has more really green Phillies Julie Hampshire tally up.

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"julie hampshire" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"julie hampshire" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Green Phillies Julie Hampshire tally up the grades after an hour discussion on the city's work in sustainable transportation energy waste handed building use transportation included bike lanes Olivia has the highest percentage of by commuters versus other cities however there's not many project bike lanes and the bicycle coalition is speaking many strides to increase those the bicycle coalitions ready low by so says the mayor promised thirty miles of protected bike lanes before he was elected we now have five miles and mayor Kenny is in his second term and you're also says the city gained points for its ambitious energy goals even a small energy plan has a goal of eighty percent in this direction is by twenty fifty you or in our own sixty percent by twenty thirty people who do you also have parts of the city that could have a refer prevent the panel gave the city a C. on transportation C. plus on energy I. D. on waste and a B. on building use him globis KYW news radio and this is something that Bill Cosby says he's prepared to serve the ten year maximum sentence for sexual assault rather than show remorse for a prime the comedian says he didn't commit Cosby is serving a three to ten year sentence a state prison near Philadelphia after a jury last you're convicted him of sexually assaulting at Temple University employee in two thousand for the two year old says the Pennsylvania parole board is quote not going to hear me say that I have remorse it's the one of the sports sponsored by September up all night well with twenty plus routes that run twenty four hours so we stepped up learn more I stepped to Philly dot com from sports radio W. I. T. with your sports update the fire stick double victory at the center on Monday night as they defeated the Canucks we get more from K. whatever use John Johnson fires got back on track even the connects to the one here in south Philly after a forgettable opening it aren't you like absolutely dominated the second shock it's very long goal score so we had to the third and final locked at one with the eight thirty three remaining in regulation Justin Braun let's get around the back of the neck feeding Jake board check who was said in a circle like the lan fires hang on for the W. RG blackouts on Vancouver thirty four to seventeen reporting from the center John Johnson DOW news radio next up of wires will be game against the blue jackets in Columbus Wednesday night the seventy Sixers took on the raptors in Toronto for the first time since their game seven loss last spring this one also did not go as planned as the Sixers though one a one ninety six they have the lead in the fourth quarter the raptors closed up the game with ten straight points as the Sixers missed on eight straight possessions it was a dreadful live the big man Joel Embiid was held scoreless for the first time in his career and went over eleven from the field Josh Richardson did have twenty five for the Sixers into feed with the loss the Sixers are now eleven and six next up a game against Sacramento at the center on Wednesday night and one big five team in action on Monday night at the Gulf coast showcase the Selby.

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"julie hampshire" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"julie hampshire" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Privilege but a constitutional right for those who are citizens of this great state of New Jersey assemblyman Jamelle Holly he's also a primary sponsor says no one's perfect is go corrects the wrongs of the past for individuals like many of us will possess the sea around this chamber who says I just need a second chance I need a chance I need someone to hear me out that the mistake that I made in the past don't allow that to predict who I am moving forward the bill now moves to the Senate enter Kramer K. what have you newsradio Montgomery County sheriff's deputies took part in the No shave November and K. Y. W. suburban bureau chief your mail with reports the money raised is going to a cause close to their hearts Montgomery County sheriff's deputies typically have to follow no facial hair policy but for the last few weeks some of them have been skipping the razor the money raised is going to can't milia camp for children of lost a parent or sibling executive director Emily Vincent says it's a way for deputies to give back not to support the grieving children in the community but also one of their fellow sheriffs who had experienced loss and his family two of sheriff's deputy Brian Lukens three children were killed in a house fire in December twenty seventeen Lukens other child went to camp Millie we bring the kids together to form connections with each other and to learn all different kinds of ways of coping with the grief and having a safe emotional outlet for their feelings Montgomery County sheriff Sean took any one of the reach out the cam Neely because they know it's it's been supported Lukens family and our families throughout Montgomery County in Norristown Jim out word K. winnable you newsradio Philadelphia struggling on sustainability efforts at forty two a report card issued by green filling a Y. W's in Clovis reports it's an organization that was in the city ported greener lifestyle green Phillies Julie Hampshire tally up the grades after an hour discussion on the city's work in sustainable transportation energy waste and building use transportation included bike lanes Olivia has the highest percentage of my computers versus other cities however there's not many project bike lanes and the bicycle coalition is speaking many strides to increase those the bicycle coalitions ready low by so says the mayor promised thirty miles of protected bike lanes before he was elected we now have five miles and mayor Kenny is in his second term and you're also says the city gained points for its ambitious energy goal even a small energy plan has a goal of eighty percent in this direction by twenty fifty or in our own fifty percent by twenty thirty people who do you also have parts of the city that could have a refer prevent the panel gave the city a C. on transportation C. plus on energy I. D. on waste and a B. on building use him globus KYW news radio believe me I continues to investigate others who may have taken part in or facilitated Jeffrey obscene sex trafficking or responsive Kassebaum says a report in the UK claims that his longtime companion may soon meet with investigate the whereabouts of been a mystery ever since Jeffrey up steam was charged with sex trafficking in New York but she may soon come out of hiding the sun tabloid in the U. K. reports that it steams long time companion who introduced him to prince Andrew is ready to defend herself and the Duke of York according to sources close to killing Maxwell several that steams victims have named her in civil lawsuits as someone who aided and abetted his crimes the paper reports that Maxwell thinks a picture showing prince Andrew with one of that steams victims was doctored Virginia Roberts said the photo is real meantime the two New York correctional officers accused of covering up their failure to check on apps being before he hanged himself will face an April twentieth I'll bet these broken to Dresden's green vault early Monday morning making off with three priceless sets of jewelry from the eighteenth century German officials say would be impossible to sell them on the open market police say they've established a special investigation steam rising twenty specialist officers try to solve the case the salvation army is entering its busiest time of year and on the receiving end of plenty of criticism the salvation army's red kettle campaign is ramping up with carolers and its famous residents this holiday season is already brought controversy though with claims from some that the organization has a history of discriminating against the LGBTQ community we help without any discrimination commander barber rich says the charity is all inclusive we're very very proud of the work that we're doing and we know that we're doing it because of our foundation of fate just last week chick fillet said it was moving a different direction with its charitable donations and.

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"julie hampshire" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"julie hampshire" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"To vote is not a privilege but a constitutional right for those who are citizens of this great state of New Jersey assemblyman Jamelle Holly he's also a primary sponsor says no one's perfect is go corrects the rooms of the password individuals like many of us will possess the sea around this chamber who says I just need a second chance I need a chance I need someone to hear me out that the mistake that I made in the past don't allow that to predict who I am moving forward the bill now moves to the Senate enter Kramer K. what have you newsradio one cover county sheriff's deputies took part in No shave November and K. Y. W. suburban bill treat him melt reports the money raised is going to a cause close to the heart Montgomery County sheriff's deputies typically have to follow no facial hair policy but for the last few weeks some of them have been skipping a razor the money raised is going to camp milia camp for children of lost a parent or sibling executive director Emily Vincent says it's a way for deputies to give back not to support the grieving children in the community but also one of their fellow sheriffs who had experienced loss and his family to work sheriff's deputy Brian Lukens three children were killed in a house fire in December twenty seventeen Lukens other child went to camp Millie we bring the kids together to form connections with each other and to learn all different kinds of ways of coping with the grief and having a safe emotional outlet for their feelings Montgomery County sheriff Sean took any we wanted to reach out the cam Neely because they know it's it's been supported to looking for family and other families throughout Montgomery County in Norristown Jim out work Kay what about you news radio Philadelphia still struggling on sustainability efforts that for courting to a report card issued by green Philly a wide W. scam globus reports it's an organization pushing the city toward a greener lifestyle green Phillies Julie Hampshire tally up the grades after an hour discussion on the city's work in sustainable transportation energy waste and building use transportation included bike lanes Olivia has the highest percentage of by commuters versus other cities however there's not many project bike lanes and the bicycle coalition is speaking many strides to increase those the bicycle coalitions ready low by so says the mayor promised thirty miles a protected bike lanes before he was elected we now have five miles and mayor Kenny is in his second term and you're also says the city gained points for its ambitious energy goal even a small energy plan has a goal of eighty percent image directions by twenty fifty or in our own sixty percent by twenty thirty do you also have parts of the city that could have a refer prevent the panel gave the city a C. on transportation C. plus on energy I. D. on waste and a B. on building use him globus KYW news radio the FBI continues so investigate others who may have taken part in or facilitated Jeffrey obscene sex trafficking first one is V. cast upon says a report in the UK claims that his longtime companion may soon meet with investigators her whereabouts of been a mystery ever since Jeffrey up steam was charged with sex trafficking in New York but she may soon come out of hiding the sun tabloid in the U. K. reports that it steams longtime companion who introduced him to prince Andrew is ready to defend herself and the Duke of York according to sources close to killing Maxwell several that steams victims have named her in civil lawsuits has someone who aided and abetted his crimes the paper reports that Maxwell thinks a picture showing prince Andrew with one of that steams victims was doctored Virginia Roberts said the photo is real meantime the two New York correctional officers accused of covering up their failure to check on the upstream before he hanged himself will face an April twentieth for date the salvation army entering its busiest time of year and on the receiving end of plenty of criticism the salvation army's red kettle campaign is ramping up with carolers and its famous phrase this holiday season is already brought controversy though with claims from some that the organization has a history of discriminating against the LGBTQ community we help without any discrimination commander barber rich says the charity is all inclusive we're very very proud of the work that we're doing and we know that we're doing it because of our foundation of fate just last week chick fillet said it was moving a different direction with its charitable donations and wouldn't be giving to the salvation army next year Clayton Nevil Dallas ninety five north bound is jamming up the traffic center has details on that situation and elsewhere coming up it's seven fifty before you leave home ask your Amazon speaker to play KYW newsradio hi it's Jamie progresses number one number two employee leave a message at that hi Jamie it's you Jamie don't be alarmed but I think there's a guy following you maybe we should get that guard dog we talked about nothing too scary maybe like a bichon with an attitude you know progressives collision insurance covers injured dogs and cats and no extra cost so weak the guy stood up when I stood up he's on the phone he's looking right at me queen this is my reflection tell anyone about this cancel the insurance company affiliates but coverage not available in New Hampshire North Carolina it all starts with just.

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"julie hampshire" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"julie hampshire" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Twice as many voted yes it makes perfect sense to restore the rights to vote to eighty three thousand people who had made some type of the state in their lifetime assemblywoman trevan the Sumpter is one of the bill's primary sponsor so right to vote is not a privilege but a constitutional right for those who are citizens of this great state of New Jersey assemblyman Jamelle Holly he's also a primary sponsor says no one's perfect just go corrects the wrongs of the past for individuals like many of us will possess the sea around this chamber who says I just need a second chance I need a chance I need someone to hear me out that the mistake that I made in the past don't allow that to predict who I am moving forward the bill now moves to the Senate enter Kramer K. one of you news radio when we county sheriff's deputies took part in No shave November and K. Y. W. suburban bureau chief Kim network reports the money raised is going to work because close to their heart Montgomery County sheriff's deputies typically have to follow no facial hair policy but for the last few weeks some of them have been skipping a razor the money raised is going to camp milia camp for children of lost a parent or sibling executive director Emily Vincent says it's a way for deputies to give back not to support the grieving children in the community but also one of their fellow sheriffs who had experienced loss and his family two of sheriff's deputy Brian Lukens three children were killed in a house fire in December twenty seventeen Lukens other child went to camp Millie we bring the kids together to form connections with each other and to learn all different kinds of ways of coping with the grief and having a safe emotional outlet for their feelings Montgomery County sheriff Sean took any we wanted to reach out the cam Neely because they know it's it's been supported the Lukens family and other families throughout Montgomery County in Norristown Jim out work Kay what about you news radio Philadelphia struggling on sustainability efforts according to a report card issued by green filling a one W. scan globe A/S reports it's an organization that's pushing the city toward her lifestyle green Phillies Julie Hampshire tallied up the grades after an hour discussion on the city's work in sustainable transportation energy waste and building use transportation included bike lanes Olivia has the highest percentage of by commuters versus other cities however there's not many project bike lanes and the bicycle coalition is speaking many strides to increase those the bicycle coalitions ready low basso says the mayor promised thirty miles of protected bike lanes before he was elected we now have five miles and mayor Kenny is in his second term and you're also says the city gained points for its ambitious energy goal be Messel energy plan has a call I'll give you percent image directions by twenty fifty you or in our own fifty percent by twenty thirty people who do you also have parts of the city that could have a refer prevent the panel gave the city a C. on transportation C. plus on energy I. D. on waste and a B. on building use him globus KYW news radio that way from the Ben Franklin parkway in the traffic center says it's a mess more coming up it's.

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"julie hampshire" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"julie hampshire" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Ability efforts according to a recent report there were forty kids greenhouse gas emissions all time high recapping our top three things seem to be looking up for the first time in years financially struggling we need a versatile the nation's oldest historically black college will keep its accreditation it's all ahead in the next fifteen minutes Michelle from good afternoon Greg at the end of the long which Philadelphia's struggling on sustainability efforts according to a report card issued recently by green Philly an organization devoted to pushing the city toward a greener lifestyle with more given at the Houston Glover green Phillies Julie Hampshire tally up the grades after an hour discussion on the city's work and stable transportation energy waste and building use transportation included bike lanes Olivia has the highest percentage of by commuters versus other cities however there's not many project bike lanes and the bicycle coalition is speaking many strides to increase those the bicycle coalitions ready low basso says the mayor promised thirty miles of protected bike lanes before he was elected we now have five miles and mayor Kenny is in his second term and you're also says the city gained points for its ambitious energy goals even a small energy plan has a call I'll give you percent image directions by twenty fifty or in our own fifty percent by twenty thirty people who do you also have parts of the city that could have a refer prevent the panel gave the city a C. on transportation C. plus on energy I. D. on waste and a B. on building you can globus K. Y. W. news radio a UN report finds orient house gases of hit a new high a new report from the world meteorological organization shows the rate of carbon dioxide emissions is rising faster than ever before CBS news climate and weather contributor Jeff very deli we really have to very quickly start to transition to more sustainable forms of energy so that we can minimize this crisis inevitably though atmosphere temperatures will continue to warm over the next couple of decades because of what's already baked into the system next week's world climate summit in Madrid will be the first without the US participation ever Rodriguez CBS news police from coast to coast on the lookout for people not wearing their seatbelt as they travel for thanksgiving.

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