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"Jimenez KOW NEWS radio The search for a man who police say attacked his own adoptive mother will have more on that after check of traffic and weather on the Tuesday Check it in now with Stevie Reese. We've got to some slow traffic on the date boulevard. This is right there near where the ramp from 4 76. South bound comes in. It's in the left lane and Alex. We had the ambulance on scene with that two seam. I won't avoid it for a bit not seeing any problems or issues Right now on 95, north and south on everything is nice and clear on the Vine Street Expressway West. Ah, minor back up as you approach the Scougall Expressway. That's just a little bit of volume. Scougall Expressway looks really good. Now, if you are trying to get into her out of university city, and this is gonna be via 34th street, things are pretty jammed up in both directions there. Please keep in mind that grace Very avenue Westbound is closed between 34th and it Grove Street. So that could be part of that delay. Just this kind of hard to get around University City as it is not seeing any accidents or problems on the boulevard. Things are moving. Okay. The blue route 4 76. No issues. Pennsylvania Turnpike in the Northeast extension, where in fine shape. Now on to 02 in two spots. We got some slow traffic both ways just south of 73 Center Square and the North Mount at somebody. Town Pike that is construction for both of those situations now in Lower Moreland Red Lion Road that was supposed to close this week. They're not doing it this week. It's not happening until mid April. So if you were ready for that closure, not happening yet changing the contractors schedule. Then until, um Ensign 40 ft Road at Wells Road. There's a broken down tractor trailer blocking the right lane. It's not a huge delay, too. So you're aware looking good on the bridges into and out of South Jersey. 40 twos. Okay, so 55 to 95. No delays. 73 north bound. That is slow. There's as you approach Styles Avenue. The right lane is blocked with some construction and we're not seeing any big problems with mass transit. Your next update is coming up in less than 10 minutes. From the P. J. Fitzpatrick Home Improvement 24 Hour traffic center this month featuring 12 months, no interest, no payments, nothing down. Trust PJ dot com I'm Stevie Reese and now to the five day forecast, which includes a winter storm moving in on Thursday. Here's NBC 11th Alert meteorologists Glenn Hurricane Schwartz. Well got some sunshine at least the parts of the area.
Philadelphia police consider new device to subdue people safely
"Authorities are looking into a new device that works like a lasso would be used to help capture potentially armed and threatening suspects. As we hear from Kow is Crime and justice reporter Kristin Jo Hanson. It may sound like a gun, but the Boulder rap device shoots a cord from a handheld device and wraps that court with hooks on each end around a person happens in the blink of an eye. It's like literally you don't even see it. It's so fast, it's over five. 100 FT per second. Tom Smith is the president and interim CEO of rock Technologies, the cartridges, a single deployment, and then you throw that away the device you use over and over again. Unlike a Taser, which needs skin contact of fully work, the boulder rap hooks around a person grabbing onto their clothes until the person could be subdued by officers. You can do it very quickly to load it unloaded on deployed again in two seconds or if there's multiple officers and they all deployed at the same time, there's no downside. It takes just a few hours for anyone to be trained. It says they've met with community leaders and Philly police is SWAT unit about potentially arming officers in the city. Christened
Philadelphia candy makers on how chocolate was introduced to the world
"On Sunday and Chocolate is traditionally a go to in celebration for the holiday. Years, K Y W. Saddam's cousin, It's the smell of chocolate filled the building of shame. Confectionary but in the era of covert co founder Eric Burleigh says, if you can't smell it, But you can't come in. Eric, burly with his brother, Ryan are sort of candy historians in Philadelphia and he says before industrialization, chocolate was expensive. It was really meant for the elite, but the way we eat chocolate today is not how people consumed it in the past chocolate for thousands of years has been consumed traditionally, as a beverage like a cocoa tea really says the chocolate industry was event. Really revolutionized by Milton Hershey, who had roots here in Philadelphia. He had a soda fountain here in Philadelphia in the 18 eighties that also made being of our chocolate bars, and Burleigh says it was her. She who helped bring chocolate to the masses her she went to Europe and brought back the scientists and the engineers to build his factories. So what's new with chocolate? Today? For one? It's the hot chocolate bomb. Being credible is a liberty bell shaped, three dimensional. Bell with marshmallows inside, and then you can hit that with hot milk it home. They're also new flavors. We added a CBD chocolate and CBD caramels. One thing he says, haven't changed. It brings pleasure and happiness and delight in a time where we all need that. Ask cousin. ITT KOW NEWS RADIO MONEY NEWS
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"Tim Jimenez KOW news radio 32 a setback overseas for one of the covert 19 vaccines. The details after we talk to Stevie Traffic and weather on the twos. Traffic is jammed up both directions on 4 22 between lawyers forward and Collegeville. That's the exit to go to 29 because of an eastbound crash. The westbound lanes are jammed Oppa's well and fire department at this one. So this might be a little while again. That's East and westbound on 4 22 because of an accident. It stand both ways, though, and it's between Reuters forward and the college will exit Now everything looks pretty good. If you're traveling eastbound on this Kugel Expressway, it's West. Traffic is jammed up. University to 30th Street with construction. There's another construction crew that is out there just after the Vine Street expressway in the two right lanes and that backs up the vines would express way all the way across. We're also seeing another construction delay is just starting to pop up here. 76 East after Broad street heading out toward passion looks like another work crew in the area. So all of our issues are in 76 west and 76 or the 6 76 westbound to because of the construction. Now we're getting a report of an accident on the boulevard south down. It's minor. Your Fox Street. Everybody slowing down just a little bit, But you will be able to get past it. Okay. The blue room for 76. We're not seeing any major problems at all. Pennsylvania Turnpike in the Northeast extension in fine shape. New Jersey, 40 to 55 To 95. Really Not bad. There's construction on to 95 North bound as you approach 3 22 Burlington Bristol Bridge. Everybody's moving along. Just fine. Now, after those earlier test openings, mass transit, we don't have any major problems to report. Your next update is coming up. In less than 10. Minutes. Now you see something on the roads and we're not talking about it. We have a tip line. It's 2157 24 10 60, or we just want to give us details. Just be safe about doing it from the P. J. Fitzpatrick. Home Improvement 24 hour traffic Center. I'm Stevie Reese. Well, thanks so much, Stevie. Let's get a look at this. Forecast. NBC 11th alert meteorologist Glenn Hurricane Schwartz. Lot of sunshine but very cold this afternoon,.
A Philadelphia police officer crashed into a house, critically injuring a woman and killing a dog
"Was drunk when he drove into a house in northeast Philadelphia over the weekend, killing the family dog. Leaving a person in critical condition. We get the update. I'm kow Charlotte Reese. Police say 27 year old Gregory Campbell was off duty when he left the F O P lodge off Caroline Road just before 8 30 Saturday night. According to authorities, he was driving through the intersection at Comley Road when he lost control of his vehicle and went airborne into a home on the 2800 block of calmly. Investigators say a 53 year old woman became trapped under the car. She was rescued and taken to the hospital. A 45 year old man was also injured. Police say the couple's two dogs were struck as well. One of those dogs was killed. The other was taken to the vet for treatment. Campbell is charged with aggravated assault, D U I and related offenses. Philadelphia Police Commissioner Daniel Outlaw in a statement says a family should always feel safe in their home. And yet the action of this individual shattered that reality. F O P. President John Mc Nesby calls it an unfortunate incident and says the police union will continue to monitor the investigation. Charlotte Reese, Ky. W news
Philadelphia Flyers Choke Away Late Lead In Brutal 4-3 Overtime Loss To Boston Bruins
"At a huge collapse against the Boston Bruins. KOW is Dave, You ram here now, Dave. What happened? Carol. The Flyers had a 3 to 1 lead early in the third period. But then they just gave it away was on the rebound, triggering trip for pastor. Not who's tied the game with 15 seconds left even costume box score two power play goals late in regulation to force overtime and then early in OT. 80 fake hospital in front. Based on the rulings, women like to Rico called a 43. Flyers loss on Nbcsn. This collapse happened and literally under 30 Minutes of real time. That's how quickly everything fell apart for Alain Vigneault squad. We had a lead against a real good team. And we permit their power play to give them a non opportunity to win the game, which they did. So you got no time to feel sorry for yourself Ruins last three goals happened on the power play. James Van Riemsdyk acknowledged the referees have a tough job in the Flyers have to adapt to the officiating. But sometimes I feel like they're letting us ply other times. Have seemed a little ticky tacky. So obviously I think again as you go throughout the game and get a feel for what's gonna be called. What is it? And I felt like that was a little inconsistent. Tonight are all the flyers have lost all three games They've played. The Bruins won in regulation one in the shootout and one in overtime. Alright. Thanks,
Acting deputy health commissioner steps down amid Philadelphia Fighting COVID controversy
"Philadelphia Deputy Health Commissioner, Dr Carolyn Johnson has resigned, came out of his Internet, Lee reports. This comes amid controversy surrounding Philly Finding Cove ID and the city's mass vaccination clinics. James Garrow, a spokesperson for the Philadelphia Health Department, says deputy Health commissioner Dr Caroline Johnson Appropriately communicated about the vaccination proposal process, he adds. These actions were inappropriate because the information shared was not available to all potential applicants and an email obtained by our partner, NBC. Tin Johnson brought to Philly fighting covert CEO Andre Dorsch in giving him advanced notice of the request for proposals and advising him on how much money to pitch. The controversy began when city officials announced they were ending the contract with Billy Fighting Cove it the 22 year old founder Dorsch and admitted to taking Accent home to give his friends that sparked a lot of questions and concerns from the public, including how and why the group was picked for the contract. Mayor Kenny called for an investigation and for the remaining doses from the PFC to be given to the Black Doctors. Consortium, elected officials and community leaders also called for Health commissioner Dr Thomas Farley to resign. Meanwhile, Garrow says doctor Farley has accepted Dr Johnson's resignation in the quote best interest of the city and swing at league KOW news
Philadelphia dad charged after 9-year-old daughter accidentally shot by 5-year-old boy
"Year old. Now the Little girl's father is facing manslaughter charges. This tragedy, gun violence and more. They're all the subjects of an interview with Philadelphia's top cop on this weekend's flashpoint, Here's KOW Community affairs reporter Cherry, Greg. It's been quite a year for Philadelphia Police commissioner Danielle Outlaw. I mean, she became the first black woman to lead the city's police department last February, and within weeks, the city was on covert 19 lockdown. And then weeks after that, George Floyd protests looting all the while the number of shootings and homicides kept ticking up. Now outlaw is a mother of two sons. She says the year deeply affected her and the most recent death of a nine year old girl hit particularly hard walked in the house. I saw the sea and I know the circumstances behind. I love it. A lot of these things can be prevented so while walked out of there with just like a pit in my stomach, it's sadness. It's grief. But a lot of it is anger. Outlaw discusses gun violence and you'd be surprised at what she says need to happen in order to turn things around. She also discusses her vision for 2021 what it's like to break both racial And gender barriers and law enforcement. You can catch flashpoint every Saturday night at 9 30 every Sunday morning at 8 30 right here on K What? W NewsRadio one of 3.9 f N. Well, no one has stepped up to
Accidental Shooting of 9 Year Philadelphia Girl Leads for Calls To Reopen Schools To Keep Children Safe
"Charges have been filed against the father of the nine year old girl who was shot inside a a north north Philly Philly row row home home on on Wednesday. Wednesday. She She later later died died at at the the hospital, hospital, and and police police say say your your dad dad never never should should have have had had a a weapon weapon because because he he was was a a convicted convicted felon. felon. Shooting Shooting has has increased increased calls to reopen schools during the pandemic is a way to keep kids safe as we hear from KOW community affairs reporter Cherry Greg. Yeah, many working class families have a dilemma. You could go to work outside the home and leave your kids unattended or stay home and lose your job. So the fact that at 59 and 12 year old were left unsupervised in a home in the middle of the day during the week is not surprising. Of course, the fact that two guns were in the house left the kids vulnerable to the type of tragedy that ended with the nine year old girl dead. Now. Child advocates have also seen an uptick and human trafficking, physical abuse, neglect, even torture. Jorge Mosey of Pan works in violence prevention and he explained the reality. We need to go to work and is the young Children are in school. They know they're safe. They're protected. Supervised there, Surveil, the pandemic has removed all of them. This means less adults helping to identify issues. As the vaccine rolls out, continues. You can expect to hear more advocates sound the alarm If you recall more than 100 kids were shot in Philadelphia
9-Year-Old Girl Dies After Shot In Head By 5-Year-Old Inside Philadelphia Home
"Had a gun. The father of the nine year old girl, shot and killed in the North Philadelphia row home has now been charged with involuntary manslaughter. Here's KOW is crime injustice. Reporter Kristin Jo Hanson. Sources say. Blake Davis was at work and left his nine year old with her five year old cousin and another 12 year old inside the home on Bo Vere Street near 23rd and Dolphin. Police say the five year old found one of the two guns inside the home and accidentally shot it when officers arrived. The nine year old was in a Back bedroom with a gunshot wound to the right side of her head. She was taken to Temple University Hospital and then to ST Christopher's, where she died. Davis has now been charged with involuntary manslaughter, three counts of endangering the welfare of Children corrupting corrupting the the morals morals of of a a minor minor and and gun gun charges, charges, including including gun gun possession possession by by convicted convicted felon. felon. The The 40 40 year year old old father father had had prior prior drug drug possession possession convictions convictions and and was was in in and and out out of of prison prison on on and off probation, according to court records. Those convictions prohibited Davis from owning a weapon. Officials urge Russia Ends with firearms to lock up their guns. Double health offers a free Gundlach program with no questions. Asked Kristin Jo Hanson, K Y.
Father charged in accidental shooting death of 9-year-old girl in North Philadelphia
"Say he should have never even had a gun. The father of the nine year old girl, shot and killed yesterday morning in a north Philadelphia row home has been charged with involuntary manslaughter. Here's KOW is Crime and justice reporter Kristin Jo Hanson. Sources say. Blake Davis was at work and left his nine year old with her five year old cousin and another 12 year old inside the home on Bo Vere Street near 23rd and Dolphin. Police say the five year old found one of the two guns inside the home and accidentally shot it when officers Arrived. The nine year old was in a back bedroom with a gunshot wound to the right side of her head. She was taken to Temple University Hospital and then to ST Christopher's, where she died. Davis has now been charged with involuntary manslaughter, three counts of endangering the welfare of Children corrupting corrupting the the morals morals of of a a minor minor and and gun gun charges, charges, including including gun gun possession possession by by convicted convicted felon. felon. The The 40 40 year year old old father father had had prior prior drug drug possession possession convictions convictions and and was was in in and and out out of of prison prison on on and off probation, according to court records. Those convictions prohibited Davis from owning a weapon. Officials urge residents with firearms to lock up their guns. Temple Health offers of Free Gundlach program with no questions. Asked
Gunshots fired at Montgomery County Democratic Party headquarters in Norristown near Philadelphia
"As as authorities authorities stay stay vigilant vigilant for for political political violence violence after after the the storming storming off off the the capital capital on on January January 6th 6th Several Several shots shots were were fired fired into into the the Montgomery Montgomery County County Democratic Democratic Committee Committee office, office, located in North Town, K. Y W. Tim Jimenez reports. The discovery was made on inauguration Day. The shots pierced the front window of the office here on every street, along with a campaign sign for attorney general Josh Shapiro that's taped to the glass. There also a few bullet holes in the desk that's by the window. Committee chair Joe Foster says the executive director came by to pick up the mail yesterday afternoon, saw the damage and called the cops. This office is right across the street from the county Courthouse and commissioner Doctor Valera Kush, who was live on Kow this morning and condemned the act was hopeful this was all caught on camera. We do have a lot of video surveillance of that area, and I'm hoping that they will be able to find some video that Perhaps has the individual pictured in that video. The committee also says he got an E mail death threat last week, which the FBI is now aware of along with the shooting
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"55 year old retired firefighter from Delaware County is in federal custody. Officials say he's the man seen in the video accused of throwing a fire extinguisher at Capitol police after Trump supporters breached the perimeter. Last Wednesday, We turn to Kow suburban bureau chief Jim Millward and Jim What have we learned about the investigation and the allegations as well? Federal officials say it was a tip call that identified Robert Sanford after they released images of a person wearing a C F D hat that was from a video of a man throwing a fire extinguisher to group of police officers. The fire extinguisher hit three police officers. Two of them were wearing a helmet. One was not the but officials say in that tip, the person told them Sanford Told that person he took a bus trip to Washington, D. C to see President Trump's speech on Wednesday and then followed Trump's instructions to go to the capital. Federal officials say that person says Sanford claimed he was around the capital for about 10 minutes before the group left, but he didn't mention throwing anything. Sanford is charged with assaulting police entering a restricted area without permission. Civil disorder. And disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds and Jim You watched his initial appearance and arraignment where he was ordered to remain in federal custody, a federal judge says based on the allegations, and on a video included in charging documents, he cannot allow Robert Sanford to be released pending trial as he feels Sanford is not only a threat to the community, but also in the judge's words. Threat to democracy. This is after his lawyer argued for release, saying Sanford's a retired firefighter, father of three, never in trouble before on not part of any extremist groups. But federal prosecutors say when they executed a search warrant on his home. They found proud boys paraphernalia. Federal officials say This is not connected to Capitol police officer Brian Sick Nick, who died from injuries sustained when he was hit with a fire extinguisher. Ah, father and son from Delaware are charged in connection with last week's riots in Washington, Authorities say Kevin Seefried and his son Hunter were taken into custody today accused of entering the U. S Capitol through a broken window during the siege of the building. While inside. The feds say both men were part of a larger group of protesters who verbally confronted several Capitol police officers. Authorities say Kevin Seefried was photographed holding a Confederate battle flag inside the Capitol building. His son was caught on video using a phone to take a selfie or video. The FBI says the two were identified after they received a report from a co worker of Hunter, claiming he had bragged about being in the capital with his dad. It's 10 06 after the attack last week on the Capitol Security is stepped up for the inauguration next week in Washington. Route. 20,000 National Guard troops are expected to be on the front lines of the nation's capital starting this weekend. FBI director Christopher Wray. We're monitoring all incoming leads whether calls for armed protests. Potential.
Indoor dining to resume in Philadelphia, with limits
"City of Philadelphia is lifting some restrictions on indoor dining theaters in person college classes and is reopening its libraries. Thanks to progress against Cove in 19 KOW City Hall Bureau chief Pat Loeb has the update. There will still be limits on activities only 25% of seating capacity for indoor dining tables of no more than four all family members and masks at all times, except when eating and drinking. Theaters are still limited to 10% capacity with no food or drink. Doctor. Farley says Endorsed social events of any size are still banned. This we think
Philadelphia FOP head defends detective under investigation for allegedly attending Washington, DC rally
"Police detective was allegedly at President Trump's DC rally last week, and those were from killing appears to the menace The department is investigating to see whether or not she was involved in any of the violence of the capital that followed. The Philadelphia Police Department spokesman in a statement says their internal affairs bureau is investigating after Social Media Post popped up linking the detective to the rally and what investigators air Trying to figure out here is if the detective had any role in the chaos that happened after the president spoke if she did anything illegal and violated any Philly PD policies as she has not been charged a little background. She worked in the recruitment unit but has been reassigned. According to Philly PD. This is situation playing out around the country as well, whether it's the New York City Fire Department. Seattle police or some smaller towns in between, departments are reassigning or putting members on leave as they investigate possible participation at the writing of the capital at police headquarters. Tim Jimenez KOW news radio fo P President John Big Nesby is released this statement. Quote Our detective travel to Washington D. C this week on her day off And exercise their First Amendment rights to attend an event. We believe she's done nothing wrong and await the results of a complete internal review and John McCain as he goes on to say We strongly condemn the violence and loss of life of the capital and hope those responsible will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. Well,
Biden preparing to accelerate distribution of COVID-19 vaccine
"The Moderna and Fizer vaccines require a second shot three or four weeks after the first operation Warp speed. The federal program handling the vaccine holds that second dose. For each initial dose it sends Governor Wolf says the Biden administration is indicating it may shift descending out all vaccine whenever it's available, rather than sitting on half of it on the same page wanted to get these vaccines out as quickly as possible. Health Secretary Dr Rachel Levine says Pennsylvania still following CDC end FDA guidance to administer both shots do not agree with what's being done Kingdom where they're going with the one dose regimen and then we'll catch up on the second dose when it's possible so we really need to follow. The science in terms of how the vaccines were studied and how they were designed. Libyan says hospitals, health systems or whoever else is tasked with administering the vaccine should not be holding back half their supply on their own. But to her knowledge No one in Pennsylvania's doing that at the suburban Joe Jim Millward KOW NEWS radio.
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"Jim Millward KOW news radio The late evening briefing, DC's acting police chief, Robert Conte discussed weapons found in connection with the chaos at the capital and elsewhere. We have made nexus of 52 arrests for rest for carrying pistols without licenses, one arrest for possession of prohibited weapon 47 arrests related to curfew violations and unlawful entry. Conte also says two pipe bombs were recovered one at the DNC, the other at the RNC, also a cooler that had Molotov cocktails inside. Rioters induce chaos inside the U. S. Capitol, many and law enforcement wondering how it could have happened in the middle of one of the most important Senate sessions in history. K Y W Crime and Justice reporter Kristin Joe Hansen with more on why some say the police were not prepared for a day months in the planning, the U. S. Capitol has his own agency to patrol the building, which is quickly overtaken by agitators who swarm Senate offices. The Senate floor and the Senate president's chair now retired. Jo Sullivan, the former Philadelphia Police deputy commissioner and chief inspector of Homeland Security says it's obvious Capitol Police were ill prepared and overwhelmed truly. Concerning the night you could see they were being pressed up against the doors because they were trying to protect the doors from the outside. You could tell that they were in a very precarious situation. He says. They should have had officers inside and outside the building at every entrance with federal agencies assisting. As for the National Guard coming to intervene that could take awhile, citizen soldiers better in the middle. More job right now. So it takes several hours and then the response that air headquarters the gear up, get their orders, flying transportation through them and get them on locations. National Guard was requested by the vice president of the United States, not the president, who usually gives that order. It's unclear why he did not. Capitol police chief is defending his department's response to yesterday's violent breach at the Capitol. In a statement today, chief Steven Son said officers acted gallantly when faced with thousands of individuals involved in violent, riotous actions as they stormed. The capital chief's son says writers actively attacked Capitol police and other law enforcement officers with metal pipes, discharge chemical irritants and took up other weapons. The statement comes after lawmakers from both parties vowed an investigation into how law enforcement handled the violence siege at the Capitol and question whether a lack of preparedness allowed a mob to occupy and vandalize the building. It is 1 50. We've got to slow down on 95 to check.
Philadelphia Bakery Makes Adjustments In Order To Continue Christmas Eve Tradition Despite COVID-19 Pandemic
"And a sweet Christmassy tradition has endured in South Philadelphia. But as we hear from Kow said, ask business. They've made some adjustments to accommodate for Cove. It Green kind of Collegeville tells me the festive atmosphere of picking up Christmas Eve can only fear Termini Brothers Bakery is a tradition for her. But this year, there was no line that snake through the kitchen. It was no surprise Santa appearance, and there were no free samples to munch on while you wait. It's just heartbreaking. Jim McGugan was entertaining customers outside with quicker city string band. But hearing them was also a reminder that there would be no Mummers parade This year. We would normally be getting ready to days a week, three days a week right now, not Vincent, Germany. Junior says This is the first time in 64 years that his father wasn't the one toe open. The door to the bakery on Christmas Eve this year, he decided not to do it. Obviously, because of Cove it I made the somewhat subdued an unusual atmosphere, Steve Concepts. It was important for him to go out and do something familiar, like, Wait in line to pick up Termini brothers. Connelly's I think of It is being a bit of a respite. I mean, that's you Can't take a complete break. We're talking through masks. That's a lot of responsibility for those Connelly's. Yes. Oh, yeah, but you know what those cannoli stand up to that responsibility and outside in south Philadelphia had off cousin ITT cable. W News radio
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"Sauce them with your most accurate forecast count on it at three or five here in center city. We have some light rain, overcast skies and 63 degrees in the report from the independent investigation into how the unrest was handled by Philadelphia police earlier this summer has now been released and the Here's Kate would've used crime and justice reporter Kristin Joe Hansen, with some detail investigator's point to a lack of organization, communication, personnel, equipment and communication. In the 70 page report. It shines a light on new and UN reported events like On the first day of protests, May 30th it reveals a white male was spotted with an A R 15 on the steps of the art museum moments after black lives matter how the peaceful rally for George Floyd. The incident prompted SWAT to respond with a report didn't have anything further like if the man was arrested. They also illustrate how SWAT isn't trained or assigned to crowd management, but are the only ones trained in using tear gas. The report Also shows the incident commander in charge of using tear gas, got approval from the commissioner to deploy it at 52nd and Market Street in west Philadelphia, but did not get her okay for the 6 76 or Kensington and Allegheny incidents. The commander told the investigators he wasn't aware he needed separate approval. The report also indicates there was no warning for the crowd to disperse before tear gas was used. Kristin Jo Hanson, K Y. W News radio and this independent report on the Philadelphia police response contains nearly 80 recommendations for improving department practices. KOW City Hall Bureau chief Pat Lope tells us that many of those changes are already underway. Co author Nicole Phillips of the Law from Montgomery. McCracken says the report's purpose was not to assign blame but to advise the department on how to better handle future operations. And she's pleased the department is already responding. There are a number of initiatives that Commissioner Outlaw and her executive team have initiated, recognizing themselves what those gaps were that needed to be built Philip Sight's improved Community engagement in the purchase of new equipment such as body worn cameras. But she says a number of other changes should be made the police advisory councils, making sure they're up and running in all district to involve the community. It's in the decision making or policy making or concede that commissioner outlaws things Phillips and members of the police Department who provided candid input It's often difficult to look in the mirror and see areas that need improvements, she said. Mayor Kenny said the report provides a comprehensive blueprint for long lasting police and emergency response reform. Hat low became yw, NewsRadio, Life and the law with Amy E. Feldman and gaming consoles like the PS five run Everyone's Christmas list this year. But as we hear from Kevin obvious legal correspondent Amy Feldman, those costs don't end.
Gov. Wolf in quarantine after testing positive for COVID-19
"That's of any governor Tom Wolfe is in isolation at the family home. New York P A. After testing positive for covert 19, Okay y W suburban girl chief Jim Broward reports he does not currently have any symptoms and his otherwise feeling well. Governor. Wolf says the positive result came from a routine test, He says it shows even people who are taking precautions can catch the virus. Montgomery County Commissioner Dr Valle. Arco's sends her best of the governor and adds it shows people with no symptoms can spread. Covert 19/50 percent of this virus is transmitted by people who do not have symptoms. So it is vitally important that we all wear masks when we're not When we around people who are not from our household, because any of us could be positive and not know it. Wolf hinted earlier this week he was going to tighten restrictions that we didn't give specifics. He was to meet with Senate Democrats but canceled that meeting. Kush says she's been part of the governor's briefings but can't confirm what was discussed. She does save people don't follow existing guidelines. We may find ourselves very soon in a situation where we don't have any choice but to support some closures. Suburban bureau Jim Millward KOW NewsRadio
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf in quarantine after testing positive for COVID-19
"In isolation after testing positive for covert 19. Now Wolf tweeted his diagnosis about an hour ago, and for more on this developing story, we go to Kow Suburban bureau chief Jim Millward and Jim What other information do you have on the governor's condition? Governor? Wolf says he got the positive result during a routine test. He says he has no symptoms and is feeling okay. Hey, says he is following CDC and Department of Health guidelines on Diz isolating at home with his wife. He was not tested positive but is quarantining with him. He says his positive test is reminder. No one's immune from covert that even following all precautions. Eyes, not a guarantee, but he does. He adds that it's those precautions are necessary to stop or slow the spread of the disease. So he's asking everyone. To continue to do things like wearing a mask, staying home as much as possible and keeping 6 FT. Distance from people not in your household. Earlier this week, Governor Wolf hinted he would have additional covert 19 restrictions to announce this week on We've learned that he was to meet with Senate Democrats. Today to discuss the possibility of those restrictions but had to cancel the meeting. It was unclear why it's unclear now what the schedule for the announcement or any further discussion of those restrictions might be all that and then. Obviously this
Bensalem Authorities Near Philadelphia Announce ‘Humanity-Based’ Program That Will Team 2 Social Workers Up With Police Officers
"Are launching a new program where Social workers will work hand in hand with officers. Hey, Whatever you suburban bureau Chief Jim Mel Burke reports. It's no coincidence. This program comes in the wake of high profile cases where people have died in confrontations with officers, Then that's one of the keys here and by no means is that in an excuse for anything that happens, But Bensalem, director of Public safety Fred Herron, says their goal is just the best outcome for everyone involved in you says too often. With these high profile cases of police use of force. The question is, why did police do what they did, which he says is appropriate. But he says the question that's ignored or that isn't asked. That should be is why we're police called, he says. Often you hear over and over again of mental health issues that were underdressed s O, he says. Why weren't people being helped Sir Ben Salem police. Bringing into social worker's calling them co responders, though either respond to 911 calls on their own, depending on the case with police or after police have calmed down the scene that's KOW
Philadelphia - Pennsylvania health secretary: We could have a COVID-19 vaccine by next month
"The Commonwealth say it's great news that a covert 19 vaccine is around the corner. But that doesn't mean people don't have to wear their masks or stay at least 6 FT. Apart for the foreseeable future, here's Kevin Abuse of Bourbon Bureau chief Jim Mel work, Pennsylvania Health Secretary Dr Rachel Levine says. If everything goes as planned, the first vaccine from Fizer could roll out in a month, the second from modern it could be by the end of the year or early next year. But she says they're initially will be limited supplies for the plant in Pennsylvania. The vaccine will be distributed in three phases, the first healthcare personnel, PMS, first responders, critical workers, maintaining core functions and essential workers. People 65 older and residents in congregate care setting. These two will expand the vulnerable populations and those with health conditions that put them at high risk than the third phase will include everyone else living, says the federal government's only earmarked $340 million for the states to distribute the vaccines. $240 billion for all of the states is not enough to be able to accomplish this prodigious task. And so we are calling upon the federal government and the CDC to provide more funding. Libyan says It's impossible to predict when they'll get each phase and when they'll be able to lift restrictions, But she expects mask where And physical distancing the last well into next year at the suburban bureau Jim Millward Millward KOW KOW NewsRadio NewsRadio One One of of those those
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"Guess. In the KOW news Radio 24 hour traffic center. I'm Malcolm point after the third. Now. The forecast sponsored by Oliver Heating and Cooling, Here's NBC 11th Alert meteorologist. Thief Sauce. No Good Sunday morning don't be caught off guard. It is a much different morning with temperatures, mainly in the forties across the area, and those temperatures are not moving. So we will have a chilly morning. Look for a cloudy sky. Best chance of a shower would be across New Jersey and Delaware. Depetro up into the upper forties by lunchtime later on today, only up to 50 with periods of rain and that rain will continue into tonight. As we move into today, tomorrow, Look for mostly cloudy skies with a high temperature of 65 Tuesday. The clouds continue to hang on with a high temperature of 58 degrees. I'm NBC 11th or meteorologist, Steve Sauced up with your most accurate forecast. Count on it. Maybe 47 degrees right now in center city, heading up to 50 with periods of rain likely this afternoon, warm up and stay safe with Oliver and Oliver heating tune up for 69. 95 includes a safety inspection to ensure your system is running efficiently and safely. Call 1855 Oliver now or goto, Oliver Heat, cool dot com Offer and soon Check back to 34 times a day depend on K Y w News radio free things now 15 sponsored by Oliver Heating and Cooling the Colorado wildfire scorched thousands of acres, but the arrival of freezing temperatures and snow could help tamp down the flames. Reading Terminal markets fundraising campaign is starting to pay off. And recapping our top story in the final days of the presidential campaign, the candidates attorney their attention to Pennsylvania, which some say could.
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"To 65. It's 10. It's 11, 05 and confirmation hearings for Amy Cockney. Barrett resume tomorrow morning with questions and answers for the nominee. Today, Senators on the Judiciary Committee and Coney Barrett gave opening statements. The Supreme Court nominee says she believes the court should interpret the U. S constitution and laws as they were written. CBS's Peter King. I thank the president for entrusting me with this profound responsibility. Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney Barrett Day one of her confirmation hearing in the books. Democrats like New Jersey's Cory Booker's say Republicans are Pilling beat the clock with American lives were here because in the middle of a deadly pandemic In the middle of an ongoing election. Senate Republicans have found a nominee and judge Barrett, who they know will do what they couldn't do subvert the will of the American people and overturned the A and overturn Roe v. Wade. That's what this is about. That's why we're here. It's very simple. Iowa Republican Chuck Grassley, Republicans Are following the Constitution and the president. It seems, Democrats would rather just ignore both. At the end of day one of the hearings, the senators were told to get some rest to prepare for a contentious week ahead. And now to this confrontation. The wife, wife of Pennsylvania Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman, says she was the target of a racist verbal attack. W's Andrew Kramer reports. Giselle Federman, who is Latina says Over the weekend, a woman continuously shouted the racial slur at her while she was shopping there her western PPA home. Federman got a quick video of this and posted that to her social media accounts that video As hundreds of thousands of views in her post. Federman calls this an example of how divided the country is, she says she wants to expose this woman. It worked some of the comments she's begetting or from people who say they've encountered the same woman. And if that was similar experiences with her governor, Wolf calls this woman's actions shameful and unacceptable. In a statement, he says no Pennsylvania should ever be made. They feel unwelcome in our Commonwealth because of their race or ethnicity. State police didn't have an immediate comment. Andrew Kramer KOW news radio, also in P ace, the state Legislature is not back in session until next week, when it's expected that take up legislation that would allow county elections offices to open ballot envelopes. Before Election Day, KOW Suburban bureau chief Jim Mel work reports. Under current rules County elections officers can't start opening ballot envelopes until 7 A.m. on election Day. While discussions on allowing more time to open those envelopes have been going on for months. State legislative leaders say they expect to take it up when they get back to Harrisburg next week. Montgomery County Commissioner and chair of the county Elections board, Ken Lawrence says this close to the election. We're not counting on that we will be able to pretty campus. He says It would have been helpful if the Legislature could have addressed that two months ago when they were planning staffing. Lawrence says. You can't guess how long it'll take to count ballots because they can't say how many little get but he says they've invested more than million dollars and equipment like high speed scanners and envelope extractors, he says the account 24 hours a day until they're finished. The deadline to register to vote is October 19th the last day to request a mail in ballots October. 27th County officials say, apply for a mail in ballot as soon as possible, because depending on the number of requests they get on the 27th. It may be difficult, if not impossible to get balance out in time to be returned at the suburban bureau Jim Mel Word, credible you news radio..
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"Would sign it. Tim Jimenez KOW news radio I know to now is a life reboot for one of Philadelphia's most famous felons, stories coming up after traffic and weather on the to say Sam. Paper, and we saw the closure of the satirical expressway eastbound and we are at a crawl well approaching City Avenue to approaching Montgomery. What it is, is a truck completely on fire a fire equipment on the scene that that's pretty ones was blocking. Everything is over on the left shoulder left lane. It's still smouldering, but at least it's out. Still going to see that plume of smoke up ahead of me, That's what it is, as you're sitting in traffic again. That's eastbound from city down to approaching Montgomery. All lanes still block temporarily hope to get things reopened. So maybe by the end of this report in the meantime on the westbound side of the surgical expressway The left lane is also block with state police with the truck fire on the other side. Continue out of town. Nothing major. Now, a big problem in Delaware County. It seems be now an accident investigation. North bound is jam 95 approaching Commodore Barry Bridge on up to the approach of the blue roof or 76 a multi vehicle accident. Also, we do see a bus possibly involved here, too. So there is an investigation. North bound and all lanes are still blocked north on 95 before the blue route south on 95 are coming in from the Northeast. Lot of volume from Betsy Ross braids down to Gerard. Western Find Expressway. Pretty slow from river to River Turnpike seems to be in fairly good shape at this point, but getting on off the turnpike north on Route one in Bucks County. I said damn traffic from the tolls to emerge onto north won bin Salem. That is an accident from New Jersey. 42 freeways seems to be okay. Let me give you the update Now on the scoop Girl Expressway eastbound. We have still closed now approaching Montgomery with that truck fire left lane still blocked on the westbound side. The cave by W. 24 Hour Traffic Center. I'm Sam Clover. Thank Sam. Five Day forecast. Now back to NBC. 11th Alert Meteorologist Bill Henley break Sunday morning today, and we've gotta warm him. But it's going to be windy too, isn't it? Yeah, and the winds have.
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"Doylestown, Jim Millward KOW news radio 602 just ahead, A federal judge makes a ruling in the case of the male slow down. That's after we check traffic and weather on twos with Justin, Drop it. We have jam traffic on for 22 westbound from 202 to route 23 still have the accident, blocking the left land. At least 25 minute delay that begins on the ramps actually onto 02 approaching the ramps to get for 22. So Alan Dale rode over to route 23. Is an option to avoid that delay eastbound for 22 No gay for delay. That's good 76. It's westbound jammed into construction. University Avenue 30th Street left lane is blocked after that little slow right around the contracting curve. Some sun glare in the mix East bounds and volume to O to to golf mills. After that, no major problems heading towards center city on the vine Shoot Expressway on the bind itself overall in good shape. Minor slowdown. Just westbound right. Emerge to get 76 95 busy north bound writer on Girard Avenue, Then again near the Betsy Ross Bridge hanging onto the rush hour Volume South found 95 in the clear from Bucks County. Down to the Delaware line for 76, the bluebird in good shape. Same of the East West Turnpike, The Northeast extension. And the route. 30 bypass in Upper Darby Lands Down Avenue block between school and in Cedar Avenue due to a protest Delaware Memorial Bridge remains slow heading into New Jersey near mid span hours down the one lane due to construction. Accident, Collins would it's on 1 30 North bound approaching route 30. It's jammed. The two right lanes remain closed 42 freeway in the clear both direction. Same goes for 2, 95 and Route 55 North bound minor slowdown North of Deference Center road of the 40 to merge its volume. Mass Transit is not reporting any major problems. I'm Justin job back in the cave, W 24 hour Traffic center and the five day forecast now with NBC 11th Alert meteorologist Crystal Clyde. Good afternoon. It's been a nice day. We're looking to nine of them. Scattered clouds expected still mostly dry, though.
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"Showers. Now with a high of 77 74 degrees in Colin's, Would it 73 in Mayfair and 76 the temperature in Hatboro sponsored by Acme Acme, your favorite local supermarket. 3 20 for Carol Baskin of Tiger King Fame is being sued for defamation. But there's more to it than meets the eye of the tiger are legal correspondent What about these? Amy Feldman explains all you cool cats and kittens who's confused about the defamation case brought against Carol Basket You should be. It's been reported that the family of Don Luis, the man who was married to Carol basket before he disappeared, has sued Baskin for defamation. That's not exactly the case. The defamation case was brought by Louis is former assistant and McQueen who alleges in a video diary entry, Baskin said McQueen had something to do with his disappearance. As part of the lawsuit. Lewis's daughters are asking to get more information about the disappearance and alleged Baskin didn't stop the producers of dancing with the stars when they jokingly made reference to his disappearance and the mystery of whether he'd been fed to the Tigers. You can't claim defamation on his behalf because under the law, you cannot defame a person who is deceased. Whether they'll win in court is anyone's guess. But no matter this is not a big game to them from the judge group. Maybe Feldman for KOW NewsRadio three railroad workers in New York City have been suspended without pay after they turned a storage room under Grand Central Terminal into a man cave. There's a TV down their fridge. Microwave of food thanas well. An investigation found that managers at Metro North Railroad were unaware of this hideaway beneath track. 114. Railroad officials say the space presented a fire hazard because rescue workers Would have had trouble accessing this unmapped room. 3 25 money News on K Y W.
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"The latest from K Y W. NewsRadio and officials in Montgomery County safe schools or thinking about bringing Children back to the classroom. This might be the best time to do it is we hear from Kow Suburban bureau chief Jim Elwood Montgomery kind of commissioner Dr Valle Arcos says This could be a Window of opportunity for kids to get back in the classroom is the level of virus in the county remains low. It's possible that we are in pretty good shape now and you know, for five months from now, we may not be and as good a shape. But she says schools need to have safety plans to keep the virus from spreading and plans in case they need to go back to virtual. She says colleges in the can. You seemed to be doing well in our plans to limit the spread seemed to be working. As for concerns of a Labor Day spike similar to July 4th or Memorial Day. At this point, we have not seen happily much of a bump from Labor Day cushions there. 28 people hospitalized with covert 19 in Montgomery County, down from about 400 in April. At the suburban bureau Jim Mel work K Y W, his radio. It was a strange afternoon in South Philadelphia down near Lincoln Financial Field on before things got ugly on the field. It was strange outside of it. Fans weren't allowed to attend the Eagles Rams game today, and they weren't even supposed to be tailgating KOW Charlotte Reece found some birds fans hanging out in the sports complex. No fans are allowed inside, but that didn't stop some from coming to check out the scene. Jake Johnson rode his bike down, He says he's been to every home opener since 2013. There's nobody here. You're so there's not much of an atmosphere at all. There's about 100 people here in the whole Senate, 50 of them being police officers. Johnson thinks people should be allowed in. If they want to take the risk. He compared it to going to a baseball game. If you go to a baseball game, get inside of the head. It's legally on you so same difference. I think with this new whole world we live in. I guess you could say on the topic of baseball friends. Alex and Sam noted how the Phillies have their own crew, but not the birds. There's different breed. A couple streets will be blocked off around the stadium every home game this season at a quiet Lincoln Financial Field, Charlotte Rescate Y W. NewsRadio. Meanwhile, Pennsylvania legislators introduced the bill this week that would improve the quality of life for incarcerated women. We get more on this story from KOW Community affairs reporter Terry Greg. The dignity.
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"Their story from KOW Spool Kurtz. The movement for a People's party is made up of a multitude of disenfranchised Democrats. People like Carol early Most of us came out of the Bernie Sanders 2016 campaign. We saw He was cheated in that election, and many of us were just destroying camp a place to go. So those like minded progressives spent the past three years building their own organization that they plan on. Turning into a third party alternative for voters early, contends MP peace platform is gaining traction holing by Gallup and other major holstered consistently shows that most Americans are progressive on the issues like Medicare, for all agree New idea housing, justice, racial justice. Keynote speakers include Bernie Sanders, campaign cochair Nina Turner, Dr Cornel West and Democratic presidential candidates Mike Gravel and Marianne Williamson. The convention begins at four PM Sunday and will be livestreamed on YouTube and Facebook on Paul Kurtz, K Y W News radio. And now a story about corporate America politics in the election. An increasing number of companies want to help their employees vote in the November election. Starbucks plans to give its 200,000 US workers information on how to register and time off to vote or work at polling places. Walmarts giving it's 1.5 million workers up to three hours paid time off to vote. Apple is giving its employees four hours. Coca Cola, Twitter and Uber are giving workers Election Day ofthe Pam Coulter CBS News.
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"Tipsters. If we're not saying what you are seeing, give us a call to 157 20 for 10 60 in the K Y w 24 hour traffic center. I'm Stevie Reese. Thank you, Stevie. A lot of showers and thunderstorms in your five day forecast. Here's NBC 11th Alert. Meteorologist Bill Henley. Steamy and potentially stormy weather is going to be with us for several days today, showers and thunderstorms and slow moving storms can produce heavy rainfall. There's a chance of some flash flooding ponding on roadways. Rising creeks and streams. Ah! Flash flood watch in effect until 11 o'clock tonight. You're 90 this afternoon, but showers will drop the temperatures and as the showers taper off this evening, we'll drop into the seventies overnight Tonight. Tonight will be mostly cloudy and McGee and tomorrow mostly cloudy during the day with a repeat of showers and thunderstorms. Downpours are high of 83. And more of the same for Friday. Mostly cloudy, warm, muggy, ah, high of 84 degrees with the chance of downpours, showers and thunderstorms will finally taper off as we start to head into the weekend. There's still a chance of a shower on Saturday, but most of the day will be dry. Partly sunny and 83. A few more clouds, less humid conditions and a high of 81 on Sunday. I'm NBC 11th Alert meteorologist Bill Henley, with the most accurate forecast count on it, and again we have partly cloudy sky. The flash flood watch in effect until 11 o'clock tonight for the region where partly cloudy right now, and we are expecting some severe thunderstorms later on this afternoon. It is 12 05 The Philadelphia Art Commission votes to allow the removal of the Christopher Columbus statue from Marconi Plaza in South Philadelphia. KOW City Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe,.
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"The story from KOW Soft Jersey bureau chief, David Matt. Over the next year, you'll see 50,000 solar panels going up inside for parking lots along the Paco high speed line. As well as lots of agency headquarters in Camden, The Betsy Ross and Commodore Barry Bridges. CEO John Hanson says the agency won't pay a dime for those panels. SunPower is making the investment Into the infrastructure, and it's part of it. We are entering into a purchase power agreement with Sun power where we agree to purchase all the power that's generated at a price that is dramatically lower. He figures the agency will save $12 million in power costs over the term of the agreement. It'll provide half of their needs and yes, that includes the Paco line. There's also a benefit for drivers who use those parking lots since the panels will provide cover for cars in South Jersey. David Manton K Y W News radio people coming back into the city from the shore. We'll get a cheque on traffic and weather coming up after this. It's 1 39 Okay, Whatever you news radio, keep it right here. K Y W News radio We've got you covered Philadelphia. It's Jamie. Progressive. Number one number two employees leave a message at the cage. Aimee. It's me, Jamie. This is your daily pep talk. I know it's been rough going ever since people found out about your acapella group matte harmony, But you will bounce back. I mean, you're the guy always helping people find coverage options with the name your price tool. It should be you given me the pep talk. Now get out there, hit that high note and take Matt harmony all the way to nationals this year. Aggressive casualty insurance company and affiliates pricing coverage match limited.
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"It's now time for KOW Sports at 5 48 and the Flyers are currently taking on the Boston Bruins in Toronto, and with three minutes to play in the third period, they have a 4 to 1 lead over the Bruins. Goal scored by by Michael Raffl, Nate Thompson and Phil Meyers in the second period. Scott Loughton scored with 407 gone by in the third. Boston's Chris Wagner has the only goal for the Bruins, who currently have an empty net. And they're trying to get find a way to get three goals past Carter Heart who right now has 25 saves in this game last night. Jo Ellan beats 41.21 rebound performance wasn't enough for the Sixers. As they lost 1 27 to 1 21 against the Indiana Pacers behind a 53 point night from Pacers guard T. J. Warren. They'll take on the San Antonio Spurs tomorrow night plus after a week of postpone games do Covert 19. The Phillies will return to the Bronx tomorrow against the New York Yankees to start a four game home and home series and manager Joe Girardi says the sudden brake after just three games played has been tough on the players is challenging, but we knew that coming into the season, we knew that we had to be somewhat prepared for anything. And I think our guys have do it done a pretty good job of handling that. No. Now no Phillies have tested positive after their latest covert 19 tests, and with all three Philly team's back in action, Okay, what abuse answer that Lee talked to some fans in South Philadelphia. We're just happy to have sports back his sports. Let's go. Christopher Mackerel Ian, his stepbrothers at Nelson. Recent graduates from ST Joe's say, This is the first time they've been out since March. It's a big shift. I mean, going from having no sports rolled by toe having hockey basketball. I mean, hopefully, football. I mean, I know baseball's kind of You know in jeopardy, but I mean, as long as I get that my eagles back, that's all I care about. Both men say, Well, it's great to have sports bag. They do still have covert 19 concerns for players. I want them to be safe because I really care about our Philadelphia teams. And Nelson recognizes that not everyone is as fortunate as the athletes who were able to opt out. You could totally accept that. You know, these guys want to opt out. Don't blame it. All you see is people that are working on Walmarts and Gas.
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"Reese. KOW NewsRadio Why you shouldn't believe that this stuff is yours. That's on the way First way have traffic and weather on the Tuesday Brian Hello, Lyn. Things were pretty good on the major highways, with one major exception. Of course, that would be 76 eastbound being closed from 6 76 down there. That's that continued work in University City. So when you get on the 76 East expect to start to back up around Gerard that continues East on 6 76 all the way over to eighth Street. Westbound, some minor delays getting on the westbound Scougall. But if you're heading into center City watch for some potential closures and some maybe haven't I move around a bit because of some Demonstrations forming around City Hall at this hour. We're looking at some delays. Now on 76 westbound. This is right up the contract and curve that looks to be just volume at this point, Also, little heavy on the blue route south bound around through one But you get to 95 years. Okay? Unless you're trying to get into Pennsylvania from Delaware, where your Chand on for 95 male starting right about Philadelphia Pint continues into Pennsylvania due to construction, taking out the two right lanes. Right. The bridges were pretty good in New Jersey. We've been pretty quiet. But a lot of folks have decided to wake up head to the shore. And so you get to the end of 42 South bound and you're slow getting on the Atlantic City Express way, and I'm gonna be sluggish for about a couple of miles or so and then slow heading through the egg harbor tolls at this point. Mass transit is on or close to schedule in the cable tier one for our traffic center. I'm Brian Ramona. And now the five day forecast, here's NBC 11th Dillard meteorologist Crystal Clyde. Good morning and Happy Sunday. We've got a pretty good forecast. For today, but we do get hot. The high temperature 91.
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"Rail lines or back to pre coded schedules. Risk a wide open noose. Mike DiNardo except the general manager Leslie Richard says. While buses and subways are back to normal service, the regional rails are not. It's an issue of demand, she says. SEPTA has been talking with center city businesses, many of which don't expect to have employees fully back in their buildings until this fall at the earliest. In the last week, regional rail service has been restored to atleast every hour on all but the Chestnut Hill West and Kim would lines which remains suspended. Richard says. If there's a second wave of the virus service may be reduced again. Virus will be around for quite some time and Mei Ah, require us A CZ we move forward, may also requires to take some Yep. Back, she says SEPTA continues to monitor the demand for regional rail service. But she admits it's still unknown how many days a week center city employees will be returning to their workplaces. Mike DiNardo, Kois heavily NewsRadio, a six year old Philadelphia Boyd around it and pull down the shore this holiday weekend and K Y W's Andrew Kramer reports, officials have issued a safety warning. Wildwood police say emergency responders were called to a pool at one of the resorts in town Friday night. When they got there, people at the pool We're giving the little boy CPR, the responders took over trying to resuscitate him. You cannot save him. Wildwood Police and Cape May County prosecutors air handling the investigation, and police are also asking people to be extra cautious when it comes to swimming safety. They encourage everyone to swim there, Lifeguard, especially at the beach and are reminding adults they need to keep a close eye on young Children. Police, a life vest or flotation devices should always be used. They say. They are absolutely devastated by what happened at the Wildwood pool. Andrew Kramer. KOW news radio Former Phillies pitcher Tyson brought that was one of four people killed when a small plane crashed in Utah Friday. Officials say 35 year old Gromit was piloting the craft. A witness said he saw the plane spiral and moments later heard the crash. Um it was drafted in the fifth round of the Phillies in 2007. He spent five years in the minors, making one appearance in the majors. In a statement, the Phillies offered condolences to his family and the families of the other victims. The NTSB and FAA are investigating the cause. A seven year old girl was shot and killed in Chicago last night while celebrating July 4th. She was pronounced dead at the hospital, and correspondent Stephen Graves has more. Police say she was playing in her yard when it happened. Visiting her grandma's.