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New report says Philadelphia's budget is average compared to other big cities

KYW 24 Hour News

01:04 min | 8 months ago

New report says Philadelphia's budget is average compared to other big cities

"Philadelphia's budget has grown by more than a billion dollars in the last ten years but a new report from the pew center says that's actually very average compared to other big cities more from KYW city hall bureau chief Pablo views Philadelphia research initiative compare the city's budget to the rest of the thirty largest cities and found that increases were actually below the median director Larry I call says that gets context concerns about budget grow spending has been totally typical for a large city is spent neither large nor small business spending increases have accelerated under the Kennedy administration but so has revenue even with those increases the general fund and said to ensure you're at I causes most of the spending increases have been in just three categories employee benefits including the pension fund payroll in the police and fire departments due to new contracts and more employees and education spending due to an increase in the city's contribution to the school district and its own pre K. and community schools programs Michael says since this is all spending the city wants to continue to do it may face a challenge when relatives decrease the city will have to decide what to do

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KYW Newsradio 1060

02:24 min | 1 year ago

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"Of reports KYW city hall bureau chief, Pat Loeb reports her favorites in the race. But no shoe Helen, Jim Allen, Domine Derrick green have the clearest edge since they're already serving in city council game has the added advantage of being third on the very crowded ballot and Dom has the benefit of a million dollar campaign fund is contributed much of his own money to his campaign contributions have been doubled for all the candidates green in the middle of the ballot with fewer funds on hand is perhaps, the most vulnerable of the three the democratic city committee has endorsed, too young candidates to replace retiring council at large members they are Cathy, Richardson and Isaac. Thomas Richardson, is a first time candidate. But was chief-of-staff to councilman blonde del Reynolds Brown. Thomas though, just thirty six has already run twice before he was an upstart in his first race. But he's a serious contender. Now, Pat Loeb, KYW, NewsRadio. Testimony from three keen, witnesses in the murder trial of teenager accused in the shooting deaths of two others. But the defense says one of the witnesses is the real killer from the criminal Justice center, Christian Joe has our store. Seventeen year old who says he was friends with defendant, Brandon all very testified the night, sixteen-year-olds, Cuvelier, Miller and sound mature to new believer shot and killed all very was looking for trouble when he walked up to new belly who is sitting on a stoop belong twelfth in Britain or streets. The team witness says the defendant was upset because he previously lost a fight with a friend of new beliefs and wanted revenge. The defense cross peppering the teen with questions about lying under oath at a preliminary hearing, and then directly asked the team three different times if he was the one who shot and Miller. To which the witness replied. No, Chris Joe KYW, NewsRadio interchanges could become into US immigration policy. Correspondent we should plan focuses on two areas border security and legal immigration and the administration is branding it as the Trump plan because for quite some time now, we've heard him talk about merit-based immigration for the first time we're seeing exactly what he means. So they've set up this point system to talk about what the administration, what the president believes are the most attractive factors when determining whether somebody should be allowed into the country. The president will announce the new immigration plan this afternoon at the white House, Rose Garden will carry it live around two thirty..

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KYW Newsradio 1060

02:07 min | 1 year ago

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"Of reports on the race KYW city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb tells us there are favorites in the race. But no shoo-ins. Helen, Jim Allen Dom Derrick green have the clearest edge since they're already serving in city council game has the added advantage of being third on the very crowded ballot and Dom has the benefit of a million dollar campaign fund is contributed to much of his own money to his campaign that contributions have been doubled for all the candidates green in the middle of the ballot with fewer funds on hand is perhaps, the most vulnerable of the three the democratic city committee has endorsed, too young candidates to replace retiring council at large members they are Cathy, Richardson and Isaac. Thomas Richardson, is a first time candidate but was chief-of-staff to councilman blonde del Reynolds Brown. Thomas, though, just thirty six has already. We run twice before he was an upstart in his first race but he's a serious contender. Now, Pat Loeb, KYW, NewsRadio chilling testimony yesterday from three teen witnesses in the murder trial of teenager accused in the shooting death of two others. But the defense says one of the witnesses is the real killer ws, Kristen Johanson reports in the criminal Justice center, who says he was friends with defendant, Brandon all very testified the night, sixteen-year-olds, Cuvelier, Miller and sound mature new believer, shot and killed oliveri was looking for trouble when he walked up to new belly who was sitting on a stoop belong twelfth in Britain streets. The teen witness says the defendant was upset because he previously lost a fight with a friend of denuclearize and wanted revenge. The defense cross peppering the teen with questions about lying under oath at a preliminary hearing, and then directly asked the team, three different times if he was the one who shot two new beliefs and Miller to which the witness replied. No, kristin. Johannesen KYW. News Radio major changes becoming US immigration policy, new Trump administration planning aims to change the standard of determining who gets green card according to reports new plan will give an advantage to young people, and those who are fluent in English other changes include giving extra points to immigrants who pledged to create jobs. The president will announce his new.

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Philadelphia can exclude foster agency that won't work with same-sex couples

KYW 24 Hour News

01:07 min | 1 year ago

Philadelphia can exclude foster agency that won't work with same-sex couples

"Philadelphia's prevailed, and it's legal dispute with Catholic social services over the agency's policy of not certifying same sex couples as foster parents KYW city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb reports Mondays third circuit court ruling up holds the city's right to require contractors to abide by nondiscrimination laws, regardless of their religious, beliefs Catholic social services was seeking an injunction to force the city to renew its contract on the grounds that the city was violating its religious beliefs by requiring the agency not to discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation, but the three judge panel ruled the city stance on firm ground in requiring it's contractors to abide by its nondiscrimination policies. When administering public services city solicitor. Senator Marcel Pratt praised the ruling, noting it affirms the city does believe in religious liberty or anti discrimination laws and policies. Do not target anyone based on their religious beliefs in the last he wouldn't be surprised if CSS appeals to the supreme court. He thinks the city would win there as a very strong opinion from the third circuit back legally and factually their CSS Norte Turney had an immediate

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KYW Newsradio 1060

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"kyw city hall bureau" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Overnight. And then we're in the mid thirties are or upper thirties at best for the next four days the weekend looks quiet with some sign but as early as late Sunday night into Monday, a wintry mix could cross the area, and it looks like that could be a theme heading into Tuesday as well. So currently John Brennan auto broadcasters ring. Garden. I felt a couple of raindrops earlier right now, though, just a lot of clouds out there on the CBS reside at forty three degrees. Thanks very much, Katie Fehlinger. It's six thirty five Amazon's founder and CEO. Jeff Bezos says the national enquirers parent company is trying to extort and blackmail him threatening to release personal and revealing photos and bazo says the attack is politically motivated porter. Steve Ray, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos went public cleaning, the National Enquirer was trying to blackmail and extort him with intimate pictures. He released a blog post that included what he said were demands from the tabloid those emails threat to release revealing photos of Basil's unless he called off a private investigation into how the Enquirer earlier obtained text messages between Bezos and a woman with whom he was having a fair. The larger backstory is the Enquirer's chief David pecker is his name. And here's a longtime Donald Trump ally bazo zones, the Washington Post. A newspaper that the president has frequently criticised for its coverage of him bazo secures, the Enquirer of weaponising, journalistic privileges and added I prefer to stand up and roll this log over and see what crawls out the publisher of the National Enquirer has not responded, the long delayed sale of a city owned property in west Philadelphia. Finally, passed city council yesterday KYW city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb reports under the deal. The former provident insurance building will become a community health center. The previous mayor bought the property intending to make it the new police headquarters, but mayor Jim Kenney halted those plans and put it up for sale. It's taken more than a year to complete the sale largely because district council amend Jannie Blackwell preferred a different developer and different use for the building. Then the plan that one the competitive bid, she stalled holding community meetings about it while tensions rose a meeting two weeks ago ended in a fistfight, according to those present at the start of this week's meeting Blackwill said she was going to delay the. Bill again, but halfway through. She said she'd bring it up for a vote. She says she relented because the mayor agreed to address any remaining issues. He.

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U.S. sues to block Philadelphia safe drug-injection site

KYW 24 Hour News

02:15 min | 1 year ago

U.S. sues to block Philadelphia safe drug-injection site

"US? Attorney Bill Mack Swain has filed a civil lawsuit against the nonprofit group called safe house, which is planning the first in the nation supervised drug injection site in Kensington KYW Steve tower reports Swain is looking for a judge's ruling before it opens to avoid arrests prosecutions or forfeiture, hearing US attorney Bill mix Swayne who took office last spring as long signalled that he would not look the other way and have the full force of Justice department support the first of its kind in the United States to ask the US district court to declare that so-called supervised injection sites violate federal law. The lawsuit is against the nonprofit safehouse which wants to open a facility in the Kensington section ground zero in the United States for the heroine epidemic and argue that is a moderate incremental reasonable step in response to what safe houses doing mix. Wayne says the law is clear and in his. His words it's my job to respect and enforce the rule of law. He says if safehouse wants to operate an injection site, it should work through the democratic process to try to change the law while the issue has not yet been tested in the US in Canada, it has and the supreme court there ruled safe injection sites could be exempted because saving lives outweighs federal law on illegal drug use Steve Taiwa KYW NewsRadio plans for a safe injection site in Philadelphia will move forward while mix Wayne civil suits in the courts KYW city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb reports both the city in the nonprofit group that will operate. It remain committed to opening safehouse will continue its search for a building. And funding says board vice president Rhonda gold fine. She actually welcomes the civil suit as the appropriate way to decide who is right on the so-called crack house law that prohibits sites for illegal drug use. We have consistently maintained our initiative to save lives is not what was intended by. The federal law. Safehouse house would provide clean needles to prevent the spread of blood porn disease. It would test for the deadliest part of street drugs board member Ed Rendell says it would not provide drugs medical personnel would stand by in case someone takes charge overdose. In del predicts many will get treatment because of counseling that will be

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KYW Newsradio 1060

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"kyw city hall bureau" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"It might prevent similar deals in the future. KYW city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb reports the Enquirer reported that councilman cannot Johnson helped childhood friend by city owned land for under market value and flip it for a quick profit at the expense of taxpayers. Johnson deflected responsibility, blaming the land sale system is a perception that the counselors and. Due diligence his constituents somehow in collusion with developer. When the reality is is a broken system needs to be fixed. Mindell he introduced costs for hearings on that system. Another introduced on behalf of the council, president would require city approval before developer could resell land bought from the city Johnson says he also agrees with a call from the affordable housing coalition for the city controller to investigate public land sale. Go about distributing land mega-cities checks and balances, Pat Loeb, KYW NewsRadio. The American bible society has begun construction of a sixty million dollar museum that when completed in the fall of twenty twenty will offer visitors state of the art interact spirits exploring the role of faith in the founding of America. KYW's Marc Abrahams reports Pat Murdoch is the managing director of the faith and liberty discovery center at fifth and market streets on independence mall brings to life. The influence of faith in the scriptures on us as a nation through the lives of people that were inspire. Here by their faith by scripture to do something. It could be a part of the downing of this nation, but have continued to shape the direction this nation throughout its history. Murdoch says the museum was designed by the same folks who helped put together the nine eleven memorial and museum in New York. Who's backing the project all private donations individuals foundations families Murdoch says the American bible society which relocated to Philadelphia from New York two years ago, put half the funding on the table upfront the bible society itself, put in the first thirty million as a matching grant and we've mobilized and other two since April of twenty seventeen or so the faith and discovery center is being built on the ground floor and concourse centers of the Wells Fargo building Marc Abrahams KYW NewsRadio a long rumored shakeup at the Trump. White House is rumor no more years into the Trump administration. There's about to be another change at the top of the White House. Staff of on again off again, speculation President Trump finally. He confirmed to reporters is chief of staff. John Kelly will be leaving by the end of the year. John Kelly will.

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KYW Newsradio 1060

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"kyw city hall bureau" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"We have a heat advisory. For the KYW listening area runs through Wednesday night and here's why. Overnight it's. Going to be a muggy seventy nine degrees then for. The rest of your Wednesday hazy hot and humid the, high, ninety seven degrees that's your forecast, coming up in just. A couple of minutes traffic and transit, on all the tunes Well Philadelphia officials say they're going to go ahead with their plans to open safe injection sites drug, users despite a warming from the deputy US attorney general KYW city hall. Bureau chief, Pat Loeb reports that warning. Came in a column in the New York Times deputy AG rod Rosenstein mountain argument against safe injection sites in his times op-ed and. Warns the Justice department would take swift and aggressive action. Against a city that opened a site noting it would be, punishable by twenty years in prison. And hefty fines health Commissioner Tom Farley is not worried we continue to focus on the ways that we can save lives in this crisis and overdose prevention sites is part of our strategy so we're, going to continue to go forward on Farley says he disagrees with Rosensteins arguments that, the sites are unsafe. Ineffective and harm their surrounding neighborhoods, no question facility. Save lives that they don't promote drug, use, and that they. Reduce the neighborhood disorder from. Drug use centers are still a long way off the city's still trying to find an operator and Funding Pat Loeb KYW NewsRadio a foreign exchange, student from, Taiwan pleaded guilty to a federal charges in, connection with his school shooting, threat in Delaware County that happened earlier in the spring w Steve Taylor has more on his, appearance before a judge at the federal courthouse. In Philadelphia after eighteen year old son known as Edward answered questions from the judge to make sure that he understood his, plea arrangement is defense lawyer conceded that the prosecution was appropriate but Robert. Keller added, he was most concerned about. The disposition of the case hoping son ultimately gets time served and sent back to Taiwan Keller says the teenager certainly used bad judgment. And joke into a classmate about planning a shooting at. Bonnard Prendergast high school in Drexel hill a police and son's, bedroom in the home of his. Host family and Lansdowne turned up sixteen hundred rounds of ammunition and a handgun the federal charge carries a maximum ten years in prison son will remain in custody until his sentencing in December the defense ash That the, date be moved up Steve Taiwa KYW NewsRadio a New Jersey. Man who killed his two and a half year old son, in a car crash in a failed getaway from shoplifting excursion at the totally Chow. WalMart in bucks county will now spend the next eight and a half to thirty years behind bars here's KYW's Jim Melwert Christopher tomb was convicted of, third degree murder in death of his son he was caught stealing a sound bar from WalMart seen putting his two year old in the back of. V without strapping him, into a car seat he hit another car when you, ran a red light on route thirteen is vehicle rolled over son was thrown about twenty feet over his dying signed prosecutor Bob James who argued for twenty to forty year prison sentence father's face having, seen in life instead his dad ran away from at a, sense incurable to judge was a diction that led him to commit the. Crime but James says comes ignored court ordered drug treatments. In the past and clearly has no regard for the, lives of. Others This crocodile tears are on the courtroom. All he wants, but I'll be, arguing that expense every day thirty, years prison at the suburban bureau Jim Melwert KYW NewsRadio KYW news time twelve twenty.

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KYW Newsradio 1060

03:13 min | 2 years ago

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"That's your forecast coming up in just a couple of minutes traffic. And transit all, the twos Well Philadelphia officials say they're going to go ahead with their plans to open safe injection sites were drug users despite, a warming from the deputy US attorney general KYW city hall bureau chief. Pat Loeb, reports that warning came in. A column in the New York Times deputy AG rod Rosenstein mountain argument against safe injection sites in his times op Ed and warns. The Justice department would take swift and aggressive action against a city that opened a site noting it would be punishable, by twenty years in prison and. Hefty fines health Commissioner Tom Farley is not worried we continue to focus on the ways that we can save lives in this crisis and overdose prevention sites is part of our strategy so we're going to continue, to go forward on Farley says he disagrees with Rosensteins arguments that the sites are, unsafe ineffective and harm. Their surrounding neighborhoods no question that, these facilities save. Lives that they don't promote drug use, and, that they reduced. The neighborhood disorder from drug. Use centers are still a long way off the city's still trying to find, an operator and Funding Pat Loeb KYW NewsRadio all foreign exchange student from Taiwan pleaded guilty to a federal charges in connection with his, school shooting threat in Delaware County that happened earlier in the spring w Steve Taylor has more. On his appearance before a judge at the federal courthouse in Philadelphia after eighteen year old son known as Edward answered questions from the judge to make sure that he understood, his plea arrangement is defense lawyer conceded that the prosecution was appropriate but. Robert Keller, added he was most concerned. About the disposition of the case hoping son ultimately gets time served and sent back to Taiwan Keller says the teenager certainly used bad. Judgment and joking to a classmate about planning a shooting at Bonner and Prendergast high school in Drexel hill a police, and son's bedroom in the home. Of his host family in Lansdowne turned up sixteen hundred rounds of ammunition and a handgun a federal charge carries a maximum ten years in prison son will remain in custody until his Senate seen in December the defense Asked that the date be moved up Steve Taiwa KYW NewsRadio a New Jersey, man who killed his two and a half year old son in a car crash in a failed getaway from shoplifting excursion at WalMart in bucks county. Will now spend the, next eight and a half to thirty years behind bars, here's KYW's Jim Melwert Christopher tomb was convicted of third degree murder in the death of his son he was caught stealing a sound bar from WalMart putting his two year old in the back of without, strapping him into a car seat he hit another car when you ran a, red light on route thirteen is vehicle rolled over and. His son was thrown about twenty feet over his dying. Signed prosecutor Bob James who argued for twenty to forty year prison sentence Hey father's states have you seen in life instead. Of dad running away. From at a sentencing Kim told the judge, addiction that led him to commit the crime but James says ignorant court ordered drug treatments. In the, past, and clearly has no regard for the lives of others Carpet out here's our on the courtroom all he. Wants but I'll, be arguing that expense every day that thirty, years person at the suburban bureau Jim Melwert KYW NewsRadio KYW news time eleven twenty two here's your traffic.

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KYW Newsradio 1060

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"kyw city hall bureau" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Friend through the weekend because we're looking for showers and thunderstorms off and on through the weekend allegations of toll. Evasion or apparently so serious for four suburban drivers that felony charges have been filed in. Bucks county, court then again we got a lot of money to pay back to. The Pennsylvania turnpike thirty story from. KYW suburban bureau. Chief Jim notebooks ninety prosecutor Jovan Jove's says the charges are filed against what they consider to be four of. The worst offenders we're not talking about just a handful of violations by. Hundreds and thousands, and he says numerous attempts to get those relations paid were ignored as we're warnings of potential criminal charges where we have to take action to file these charges to ensure your gear accountable for what happened and also to deter other people from engaging the four, charged, Jared, stiff Warminster Kelly, Robinson, of Lansdale Christina Heller, of hat borough and I let Farraj of Elkins park according to. The criminal complaint the four accused of racking up more than three hundred thousand, dollars unpaid tolls an administrative fee Most of those alleged skip. Tolls in bucks county at the suburban bureau Jim Melwork KYW NewsRadio human resources director for. Philadelphia city, council is dead the victim in a murder suicide the story from KYW. City hall bureau chief Pat Loeb. Police say Thirty-seven-year-old. Linda Rio Snoopy was shot by her husband Haywood newbie about eight thirty AM and that he then turned the. Gun on himself they say a babysitter heard arguing and took the couples. Four year old, twin girls out of the house than heard gunshots moments later council president Derek Clarke issued a statement calling Rio's a beloved colleague and friend he also urged anyone in violent or abusive relationship to seek help councilwoman janey Blackwell says Rio Snoopy started in counsel as, a, teenage, intern and was, universally, loved we're all just, so said you know I'm just praying and praying that somehow things. Will be all right and will always miss Arlanda videos at city hall Pat, Loeb KYW NewsRadio Now a message from the diocese of Camden.

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KYW Newsradio 1060

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"kyw city hall bureau" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"On, the twos coming up in just a few minutes entrepreneurs. From all over, the world are here in Philadelphia for the national, gay and lesbian chamber of commerce business and leadership conference and today. They honored longtime supporter Martha Stewart KYW's Kristin Johannesen has more. This year's theme LGBT unity gathering. Focuses on helping gay and trans business owners grow networked and lead, within their industry this is the largest LGBT business gathering anywhere in the. World senior vice, president of, the national LGBT chamber of commerce John, Lovett, says, they, chose, Martha Stewart to speak. At the law Luncheon because she's overcome adversity Lesson she has for business owners about resilience, about celebrating diversity are phenomenal and she's one of the strongest allies. Are communities ever had love it says their goal is, to create spaces for diversity makes sure that everybody who wants to be out, in crowd in their business has the chance to contribute to be comment Krista Johannesen KYW NewsRadio if you get a knock on your door from someone who says there with the city of Philadelphia and they want, to save you some money it might actually be, true KYW city hall. Bureau chief Pat Loeb reports the revenue department has sent out street teams to make sure homeowners know. About real estate tax discounts there are several programs designed to save homeowners, money on real, estate taxes, senior tax free for instance. Locks in current tax rates even if the assessment goes up the homestead exemption Knox forty thousand dollars off assessed value for anyone who lives in a home they own and UPS are owner occupied payment agreements for those, who fall behind, on taxes, revenue department analyst Rebecca Lopez Chris says the direct Outreach pilot project hopes to get the message to seniors and others whose. Lack of access to the internet might keep them from benefiting folks who, may have challenges, like they're, the most vulnerable we wanna. Make sure that they access all of the programs that can help them Chris the teams are deployed in six census tracts with high rates of delinquency and also at local supermarkets through the end of the month Pat, Loeb KYW NewsRadio, KYW news,.

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KYW Newsradio 1060

02:34 min | 2 years ago

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"Cloudy with showers and. Thunderstorms and for the rest. Of your Monday it's going to be cloudy also it's going to be humid. Breezy see showers and, thunderstorms temperature getting up to about eighty four degrees teenager is in the hospital listening in critical condition after we shot in southwest Philadelphia happened. Just before six forty five. Sunday evening on guest ner street near south sixty. Fifth police say the seventeen year old suffered A bullet wound to the chest Entreated no arrests have been made Philadelphia's city officials may decide this week whether del renewal contract that gives federal immigration. Authorities access, to the city's, arrest database KYW city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb reports city and federal officials, met on the, issue last week the meeting Wednesday followed a testy exchange of letters in which the city expressed concern that immigration and customs enforcement or ice was using the database to target law abiding citizens who were related to or reside with people who'd been arrested based on the country of. Birth listed in the arrest record it said that would be a breach of the data sharing contract, ice denied that in its response but added it lawfully uses country, of birth information for its investigations which prompted the city to respond that that sounded like it was. Violating the spirit of the contract I e, mailed a statement after the meeting repeating it has not abused the database, or violated the contract and said it's agreed to work with the city to dispel any misconceptions in the community that it uses the. Information to target victims. Or witnesses the city refused Discuss the meeting Pat Loeb KYW NewsRadio Norristown man charged with homicide for chasing down and killing the intruder. Who broke, into his home, and robbed them was found not guilty by a Montgomery County jury the story, from KYWZ in, work it took a jury about ninety minutes to come back with a not guilty verdict against Santiago Andre last July police say Kristen green broken country it's home held a gun to his head and demanded money when green ran off hundred gave chase was able to knock demanded. A ground when the gun fell out in man's hand Mr. Andres grabbed it hundreds attorney John McMahon, and then man started running back towards the apartment where the wife, was alone defenseless hundred fired three shots one of them fatal but he told police he was concerned. For his wife safety his belief was a, reasonable belief that his wife was in pretension harm Andre told authorities he, entered the country illegally his wife as a US citizen that McMahon says Andrea is now dealing with his immigration issues in Norristown Jim. Melwert KYW NewsRadio It all starts with just one thing be.

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Papa John's founder apologizes for using N-word

24 Hour News

02:29 min | 2 years ago

Papa John's founder apologizes for using N-word

"Of the vine street expressway north of allegany due to an overturned vehicle all traffic is being forced off at girard avenue and trapped traffic is being taken off at allegheny avenue traffic and transit on the twos coming up in just a couple of minutes the first of fifteen new locomotives started running onset does regional rail line today kyw's mike denardo reports the shiny new locomotive arrived at the chestnut hill east platform for a ceremony and it was none too soon for set the general manager jeff keppel eager to replace seven aging and not so reliable engines currently pulling regional railcars they're they're tired the am seven said the last ones running in the country he says by the fall all fifteen new electric locomotives should be in service between now and october we're looking to get rid of all of our old elect electric locomotives from running and have the new locomotives out there in says the new engines will i go into service on the paoli thorndale line that's the one with the heaviest ridership mike denardo kyw newsradio philadelphia city controller becker reinhardt fulfilling a campaign promise today announced he's going to audit the parking authority kyw city hall bureau chief pat loeb reports it'll be the first city audit of the agency since two thousand nine the controller social scrutinize on street parking operators and compare staffing and salaries to other cities she declined to speculate on what you might find but hinted the authorities reputation for patronage is part of the impetus perception or the reality of elected leaders are people in government being able to give jobs to those at the parking thirty creates more distrust among people in the government go to find this organization is completely different executive director scott patrie was hired after a sexual harass asman scandal forced a leadership change and he says a change in practices hiring procedures probably actually to the chagrin of some politically connected people is open and transparent and equal country says he welcomes the audit pat loeb kyw newsradio founder of papa john's apologizing after reportedly using a racial slur during a conference call on schnatter who caused an uproar last year by inserting himself into the nfl's national anthem controversy reportedly used a slur to downplay his role in the nfl issue schneider said that colonel sanders referred to black says the n word and never faced backlash as a result of the statement forbes reports the marketing agency severed its ties with the pizza chain in a statement to forbes schnatter apologized for the.

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KYW Newsradio 1060

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"kyw city hall bureau" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"A construction tax here's kyw city hall bureau chief pat loeb it took a good half hour that we move protesters who walked onto the council floor in the middle of the weekly session and laid down demanding more of the just past construction tax be used for those with very low income that councilwoman rita canola sanchez who struggled to get the package through committee over the objections of developers labor and administration officials says the bill represents a major step toward more equitable housing right to ask for more of the money but ultimately were elected to make a decision for the entire city and so while i appreciate their activism we should not pin one group of philadelphians i guess another group of philadelphians the bills could come up for a vote as early as next week pat loeb kyw newsradio w news time ten twelve it's time for traffic and transit on the twos when to start off with some good news on route one this is southbound it's just south of ninety five which is now to ninety five in bucks county we had all lanes blocked now everybody is moving so whatever is left to the accident is off to the side or they've moved it out of the way because we can see everybody's moving again now the bad thing is is that ninety five north in the same spot this is in the would burn area we've got an accident that's in the right lane so both directions in this general area are a bit of a mess right now also north on ninety five this is again to ninety five now as you approach route one the exit for oxford valley is all jammed up there on out to oxford valley road also coming across the scudder falls bridge in to pennsylvania we got jammed traffic as well and that is all because of some work that they're doing they're doing a lot of sign changing these days southbound ninety five allegany to gerard that's a little bit slow blue route four seventy six now now an ad from save money on car insurance by bundling home and auto with progressive and cut that was good so are there any other things you need to talk about or i could do an ad for.

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02:15 min | 2 years ago

"kyw city hall bureau" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Roadwork onto ninety five new jersey turnpike running at highway speed northbound fifty five so a little bit slow right after the debt from molex forty two that's all volume mass transit honor closest schedule i'm just in traffic in the trumark financial twenty four hour traffic center and i strongly worded opinion a federal judge has ruled in favor of the city of philadelphia and its lawsuit against the trump administration over immigration policy we get more on the story along with reaction as we check in live with kyw city hall bureau chief pat loeb judge michael belson handed philadelphia and unequivocal victory finding the city's policies reasonable rational and appropriate while finding the strings the justice department tied to a federal grant arbitrary capricious unconstitutional and illegal the eighty nine page decision strikes a poetic court preceded by quotes from shakespeare and beginning with a metaphor from homer's odyssey comparing justice department demands with sea monsters the judge had indicated the city was likely to prevail when he granted it's injunction request but as the trial closed last month he suggested the two sides try to find a compromise neither side was willing neither side was willing the judge now asks the two sides to agree on the language for a decree that will fulfill his ruling pat loeb kyw newsradio news time to thirty four for the first time since president trump cancelled the eagles white house appearance head coach doug peterson spoke with the media kyw's tim jimenez has the update right out of the gate doug peterson touched upon the white house visit that was supposed to happen i was looking forward to going down obviously we did something last season as special to milestone here in the city of philadelphia our organization and i was looking for down and being recognized as world champions peterson would not comment on how many players were set to go or wanted to go saying he couldn't speak for them and he wanted to move forward it is what it is we're here today not practice and focused on these next couple of days getting through next week and onto training camp peterson says the experience has not hurt the team and they're united as per fan reaction peterson says true fans stand by the team while the team stands by the fans tim jimenez kyw newsradio and more of the eagles coming up during your check on sports at two forty five kyw news time to thirty five it is the looming trade war.

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01:39 min | 2 years ago

"kyw city hall bureau" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"A number of bills today but kyw city hall bureau chief pat loeb reports some of the most interesting action is what the committee didn't vote on park advocates came ready to do battle over a bill that would have allowed a billboard in a sliver of fairmount park facing the schuylkill expressway they got an unexpected ally i haven't spoken as city council for thirty five years former mayor bill green says he felt strongly enough about the issue to make this rare appearance this desecration of the absolute crown jewel the city the bill sponsor councilman curtis jones believes the former mayor misunderstood where the billboard would go and why but was chastened enough to hold the bill once i saw bill green it was around the committee also held a bill that would have required additional parking spaces in new residential development testimony was overwhelmingly opposed pat loeb kyw newsradio now the cbs three eyewitness weather five day forecast clear and mild tonight with a low of sixty one degrees tomorrow is a beautiful day low humidity and nice breeze the high eighty three degrees friday looks good as well sunny and very warm the high eighty five on saturday look for a mix of sun and clouds a late day shower in spots high eighty eight and nice day hot and humid to start the holiday weekend but as we head into your sunday and monday that's when things turn a bit unsettled both days will be mostly cloudy with a few scattered showers or thunderstorms sunday the high eighty one and a few showers or storms around monday as well a little cooler memorial day the high seventy six with your eyewitness weather forecast i'm cbs three meteorologist kate bilo on kyw newsradio had.

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02:21 min | 2 years ago

"kyw city hall bureau" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"In the trumark financial twenty four hour traffic center kyw news time five thirty to north korea says it plans to close its nuclear testing site next month the latest breakthrough ahead of a meeting with president trump north korea's dictator is reportedly promising to close his nation's main nuclear test site that word reported by a spokesman for south korea's president coming just as president trump prepares for a summit soon with kim jong wu and we are doing things that are good i think we'll have a meeting over the next three or four weeks going to be a very important meeting the nuclear is asian of the korean peninsula of north korea be new president spoke at a saturday night campaign style rally in michigan in anticipation of that meeting the new secretary of state mike pompeo has already been to north korea while he was still director of the cia they talk denuclearization with kim he agreed that he was prepared to talk about that in to lay out a map that would help us achieve that objective only time will tell if we can get that done secretary pompeii oh they are in a recorded interview with abc's this week tom foty cbs news washington kyw news time five thirty three a sixty three year old south korean woman is behind bars after allegedly confessing to beating her ninety year old mother to death inside of her warminster apartment saturday morning kyw's dan wing has more say during nine one one call sixty three year old sung he kim told a dispatcher quote i killed a woman i killed my mother warminster police then found her in the doorway of her charter arms apartment complex unit covered in blood just before seven am inside officers found her ninety year old mother chunks of chiang laying face down in a pool of blood kin allegedly told detectives the two had gotten into an argument before she repeatedly struck her mother in the head with various items and then stabbed her in the face with an unknown object song he kim was arraigned on a criminal homicide charge she's now being held in bucks county prison without bail down the wing kyw newsradio kyw news time five thirty four tomorrow was the last day to take advantage of an amnesty program for back parking tickets kyw city hall bureau chief pat loeb reports thousands of people have already signed up janey blackwell's sponsored the bill that created the program when the.

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02:26 min | 2 years ago

"kyw city hall bureau" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The broadcast center in spring garden it's raining and forty degrees kyw news time eight forty one philadelphia's franchise agreement with comcast was called groundbreaking when it was approved just two years ago because it included an expansion of internet essentials and various other benefits that no other city had but city council asked about it late last week during the budget hearings they found that the city's ability to verify that the cable company was delivering on those promises is very limited kyw city hall bureau chief pat loeb the city's technology chief mark wheeler for specific numbers of people taking advantage of expanded access to the low cost internet essentials but wheeler said he couldn't tell that we're being told it's proprietary information seemed unsatisfactory to several members including bobby heenan we know strategically increase people online without having that information those are valuable data promised to push a little harder for the numbers but comcast is unlikely to furnish them it's a subscriber numbers are closely held for competitive reasons it does report overall internet essential numbers yearly and they jumped fifty percent under the agreement to thirty one thousand households which spokeswoman jen biloba says means one hundred twenty four thousand users in philadelphia number three ranked city in america in terms of participation in the program pat loeb kyw newsradio news time eight forty two time for traffic and transit on the tubes so that also means it's time for a literal fashion we have a small sunday slowdown on the schuylkill sponsored by tomorrow sleep seventy six eastbound schuylkill expressway at the girard avenue exit gerard avenue exit we have an accident on the right shoulder and it's partially blocking the right lane now that after that it's clear down to the vine six seventy six eastbound vines should expressway moderate volume coming off to school across the city over to ninety five ninety five southbound from the vine through penn's landing you've got some light volume that continues light past the sport complex over the girard point bridge and pretty much smooth from there over to four seventy six the blue route and there for the blue route you're clear down to the state line blue route four seventy six northbound from ninety five mcdade boulevard up to the media bypass and then over to state road a looks pretty good all the way up to villanova no major issues there get heavenly sleep with a new tomorrow hybrid mattress betting and more comfort designed by sorta simmons sleep expert let's use code drive to for two hundred dollars off when you spend five hundred dollars or more.

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01:47 min | 2 years ago

"kyw city hall bureau" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The oldest son of the church's pastor to watch gurvich game community family services community devastated the blaze began around thirty at the church near broadened jefferson deputy fire commissioner gary loesch and crews had control a few hours later we have no injuries at this time we have police here atf oem and the red cross we did have approximately seventy evacuees from homes on the neighboring block of carlisle street which are being taken care of by oem he says they were forced to battle the fire externally in north philly andrew kramer kyw newsradio kyw news time nine thirty four the man accused of stabbing city councilman david o has been acquitted of all charges jury determining police had arrested the wrong man here's kyw city hall bureau chief pat loeb sean yar break out of a police photo array as the man who stabbed him last may in a botched robbery outside his west philadelphia home he hasn't changed his mind despite the jury's verdict but says he's already moved on i've recovered from the stabbing you know the defendant ten months later hopefully is not the same person he was your brain maintained his innocence from the moment he was identified he heard on the news he was a suspect in had his father drive him to the police district to clear things up his father was ecstatic when the verdict was read is served his muslims innocent the entire time you ever showed the jury distinguishing marks including tattoo that oh didn't mention in his identification and had to alibi witnesses pat loeb kyw newsradio uber is not the napa leising philadelphia's vehicle for hire market according to a ruling by the third circuit court of appeals steve taylor has more uber's portion philly has resulted in taxi drivers leaving their respective companies in droves to drive for uber and.

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01:48 min | 3 years ago

"kyw city hall bureau" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"And community leaders have joined forces to pressure amtrak to comply with federal law renaming thirty th street station after the league congressman bill gray more from kyw community affairs reporter cherri gregg i don't understand why amtrak has now moved on senator bob kate the introduced the bill renaming the amtrak states into the william h gray the third thirty a street station and it path back in 2014 thin then the effort has stalled so supporters of reverend grave legacy which includes more than a decade of service as second district congressman and leader of the united negro college fun have won the urgency of now great coalition were progress beer was the right organizer pennsylvania state rep curtis tomba says amtrak officials that offered a plaque or park to ardour reverend gray we have rejected based there gestures because his private groups have offered to assist with funding amtrak says it looks forward to working with the family to find a way to recognize fund revving great service cherri gregg kyw newsradio more than one hundred illegal immigrants were arrested in philadelphia this week in a fourday federal sweep dubbed operation safe for cities kyw city hall bureau chief pat loeb reports it was part of the national crackdown on socalled sanctuary cities nationally four hundred fifty people were taken into custody in ten cities but the philadelphia area was by far the largest target with nearly a quarter of the arrests a spokesman stresses the raids were not indiscriminate but focused on threats to national security public safety and border security he says those detained had criminal convictions are pending charges were under deportation orders or had previously been deported and reentered illegal eight sen drop carter of the pennsylvania immigration and citizenship coalition disapproves that the tactic she says law enforcement should deal with offenders and immigration issues should be kept separate our city.

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02:04 min | 3 years ago

"kyw city hall bureau" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"With federal immigration law kyw city hall bureau chief pat loeb reports the city says it does also rejects the constitutional rights of all emigrants to fifteen page letter from city solicitor socie to lodge a argues there is no conflict between federal law and city policy said he does share information with federal authorities says to launch take it doesn't include immigration status because the city doesn't ask for underlying principle here is for the police department to work with the community and if people believe that you're going to ask about their status and you're going to share their status with the federal guy government they're not going to come for lundy is responding to an april letter from homeland security threatening a grant the police department part of a larger crackdown on socalled sanctuary cities mayor kenney says the policies won't change we uphold the fourth amendment the customs united stay he maintains the city is on solid ground but that will be for the justice department to decide pat loeb loeb kyw newsradio kyw news time one thirty ford appeared in a tweet president trump rights she did not record whose conversations with fired fbi director james comey was ending weeks of speculation kickstarted by the president himself statement ended speculation about whether the president recorded conversations in the oval office for me who trump fired last month he said he had hoped there were recordings of their conversations trump tweeted on may twelve in response to a new york times report about colby's dinner with trump that won't be quote better hope that there are no tapes over conversations before he starts leaking to the press in the quote the most infamous white house recording system of course existed during president richard nixon's administration burundi watergate years kyw news time one thirty five senate republican leaders are unveiling a draft obamacare repeal and replace build a aim to put it in your vote possibly as early as next week the comes amid criticism those lawmakers crafted all of this in secret senate majority leader mitch mcconnell says the plan will repeal the individual and employees coverage mandates we also agree on the need to strengthen medica preserve our trafficker for patients.

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