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House passes $1.9 trillion pandemic relief bill

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00:31 sec | 8 hrs ago

House passes $1.9 trillion pandemic relief bill

"Battle is over for the Biden stimulus plan and a bigger one is coming. President Biden has formally thank the House for approving his huge nearly $2 trillion pandemic economic stimulus package. We're one step closer to vaccinating the nation. We're one step closer to putting $1400 in the pockets of Americans. One step closer to extending unemployment benefits for millions of Americans are shortly going to lose him. But that package still needs to get through the U. S Senate, possibly a tougher sell than the House, which barely passed it along strictly party lines.

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House passes $1.9 trillion pandemic relief bill

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00:32 sec | 10 hrs ago

House passes $1.9 trillion pandemic relief bill

"For the Biden stimulus plan. A bigger one is coming next President Biden has formally thank the House for approving his huge nearly $2 trillion pandemic economic stimulus package. We're one step closer to vaccinating the nation. We're one step closer. Sort of put in $1400 in the pockets of Americans are one step closer to extending unemployment benefits for millions of Americans are shortly going to lose him. But that package still needs to get through the U. S Senate, possibly a tougher sell than the House, which barely passed it along strictly party lines. Tom Foti. CBS NEWS

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Biden to reexamine Saudi relations after release of declassified Khashoggi report

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01:04 min | 11 hrs ago

Biden to reexamine Saudi relations after release of declassified Khashoggi report

"Says his administration will make an announcement about future U. S relations with Saudi Arabia tomorrow. A declassified intelligence report officially blamed Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for the murder of Washington Post journalist Your mom could show he hears CBS correspondent Holly Williams. The report says that Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman approved an operation to capture or kill Saudi journalist Jamal Has Sugi Sugi was an outspoken critic of the Saudi Arabian regime. President Biden says he told the Crown prince is father King Salman that quote the rules are changing We're gonna hold them accountable for human rights abuses. It is outrageous. What happened? I shall G went to the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, Turkey in October, 2018 to pick up documents he needed to get married, but he never made it out alive. Secretary of State and Tony Blinken announced the Kodiak banning foreigners who threatened dissidents or harass reporters and their families, putting 76 Saudis on that list.

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Philadelphia to receive additional vaccines, though capacity to give shots remains limited

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01:12 min | 12 hrs ago

Philadelphia to receive additional vaccines, though capacity to give shots remains limited

Climate Change Is Putting Monarch Butterflies in Mexico at Risk

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00:31 sec | 17 hrs ago

Climate Change Is Putting Monarch Butterflies in Mexico at Risk

"By the World Wildlife Fund and Mexico's government. The monarch butterfly population present for hibernation in Mexico fell by 26% in December compared to the same month in 2019. Experts say that the kind is due to the decreasing forest area in the Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve, where the majority of hibernation takes place. They had that climate change made conditions on favorable for milkweed, which is essential for breeding in the US the inside. There's already approaching endangered status. Lisa Matteo CBS News

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Another former aide accuses Cuomo of sexual harassment

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00:09 sec | 17 hrs ago

Another former aide accuses Cuomo of sexual harassment

"Former aide has now come forward with sexual harassment allegations against New York's governor. Andrew Cuomo. Tom Foti, CBS News In

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How real is the threat of prosecution for Donald Trump?

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04:58 min | 18 hrs ago

How real is the threat of prosecution for Donald Trump?

"The surprises in Donald Trump's final days as president was that he did not grant himself a part in something that might have been legally disputed, but might have protected him against any federal charges After leaving office. There was reportedly political advice that Such a move might look like an admission of criminal acts that would hurt him in a 2024 presidential race. So now he faces number of federal investigations for which part might have been useful and state investigations where pardon would have made no difference at all. But How much legal danger is he actually in? Rikki Klieman is a criminal defense lawyer and a legal analyst for CBS News. Ricky Good to talk to you. Good to talk to you Go. And let's just start with the Supreme Court decision that allowed access for the Manhattan D A to Donald Trump's tax filings and other financial records. How big a deal is this? It's a huge deal. This was the result of a subpoena that is 18 months old, which side advance the district attorney for New York County, which is in Manhattan. Had served upon Donald Trump's accountants and lawyers for Donald Trump's and the Trump Organization's tax records and other business records. This particular subpoena was fought by Donald Trump's attorneys up and down to the United States Supreme Court twice before it. We wound up with this ruling recently. So what does it mean? What it means. Is that a team of investigators Is going to go up to the lawyers for the accountants and be able to demand for that subpoena. The tax records going back for eight years of Donald Trump and the Trump Organization as well as other types of business records. They're going to take those records down to 100 Center Street to Cy Vance's district attorney's office. And you are going to have a number of people who are going to review these records to see if there is evidence of a crime. The Manhattan D. A's office Cy Vance's office has subpoenaed New York City Property tax agency is part of the criminal investigation that Trump's company. The agency confirmed that last week That's just prosecutors or examining the former president's efforts to reduce commercial real estate taxes for possible evidence of fraud. But let me ask you whether it's that or some of the claims, though not charges of criminal shenanigans going on in the trump real estate empire that at one point I think it was in 2017. His associate, Felix Sater, even said without being specific. Trump and we are both going to prison. Aren't these kind of alleged corporate crimes usually settled with financial fines rather than anybody actually going to prison? They are often settled with financial. Frein's, however, depends on how big a crime is found. If any, is found. What's advances offices looking at is the whole arena of fraud. They're looking at bank fraud. They're looking at tax fraud. They're looking at insurance fraud, and they're also looking at the much lesser offenses, which could be a misdemeanor. Of falsifying business records. But as you go up the line, the value of the fraud creates the crime itself. Whether it's a class A felony B felony C felony and so on. And so if there is a major fraud, you are really talking about some serious prison time, including the possibility of mandatory minimum sentences. Now, while saying that you are correct that often these cases are found to be misdemeanors. They're found to be diminished Mus and that they are settled by a payment. In this particular case, however, what we have to remember is that much of this started from the testimony of Michael Cohen before Congress when Michael Cohen said, in essence, That the Trump Organization kept two sets of books. That is what they would do is they would inflate the value of various properties in order to obtain loans, and they would deflate the value of the same properties in order to have a more favorable tax result. Now one of the defense's remember there is always a defense. One of the defense is that I am sure that the trump lawyers are going to go forward with is to say, Wait a minute. Everything that we did was reviewed not only by the accountants it was reviewed by banks. So it wasn't that we were trying to play fast and loose. When the banks reviewed these valuations, they had their own teams to be able to audit. No, you're going to find that this is not going to be a simple investigation and prosecution.

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Philadelphia man accused of robbing postal workers

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00:43 sec | 1 d ago

Philadelphia man accused of robbing postal workers

"Philadelphia man could be behind bars for a long time. Police say he robbed two postal workers while they were on the job. Here's Kevin Abuse Antoinette Lee. 54 year old James Chandler has been charged with two counts of robbery over United States, postal employees and one count of kidnapping, authorities say in two different incidents. On January, 11th and February 4th. He used what looked like a gun to rob to postal workers while they were making deliveries in West Philadelphia and the February incident. He allegedly forced a mail carrier into the truck and then made her drive him around for several blocks before he took off with stolen packages. Chandler made his first appearance in federal court this week It has been detained. Pending trial. If he's found guilty, he could face a maximum sentence of life in

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House passes $1.9 trillion pandemic relief bill

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01:00 min | 1 d ago

House passes $1.9 trillion pandemic relief bill

"It took to the early hours of the morning. But President Biden's pandemic relief playing his halfway home President Biden's nearly $2 trillion covered relief package passes with no Republicans on board, the only covert relief package passed without bipartisan support. There are huge issues here that Republicans are opposed to, for example, they've been opposed for a very long time to additional aid for state and local governments. There is Publican concerns with money for schools and whether or not it's going to be spent this year, as opposed to the future politicos Caitlin Amma. The bill includes $1400 direct payments to qualifying individuals and an extension of federal jobless benefits as well as help on rents and home mortgages. What happens now? Here's CBS is Kris Van Cleave would really It could be in the hands of this Senate as early as Monday. We'll have to work quickly. They only have two weeks to get the bill to the president's desk before federal unemployment benefits expire. The final late night vote was to 19 2 to 12 to Democrats voted against no Republicans voted

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Philly eases restrictions for restaurants, retail and sports venues

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01:10 min | 1 d ago

Philly eases restrictions for restaurants, retail and sports venues

"Philadelphia officials have eased restrictions on gatherings and events. That's because there have been steady improvements in the cove in numbers and came out of the city Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe tells us the city is adopting the state's standard. Philadelphia has had tighter restrictions than the state. But that ends Sunday. That means retail stores conduct all the number of customers allowed inside. At one time senior centers can open for the first time since the shutdown, with some limits. Indoor venues such as movie theaters and sports arenas can have 5 to 10% of their normal capacity, depending on size. With a cap of 500 people. Outdoor venues can have 5 to 15% of capacity with a cap of 2500 Health Commissioner Tom Farley says the city is not expanding indoor dining but will allow larger tables outdoors up to six. And diners don't have to be from the same household isn't change them going effect on March 1st. They're a little bit complicated. We're getting us more closely in alignment with the state one step closer to best. Turning to normal doctor, Farley says. All of this depends on consistent universal mask Wearing and one restriction that won't change is the ban on indoor catered events what he calls the highest risk activity for spreading covert

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Philadelphia man accused of robbing postal workers

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00:44 sec | 1 d ago

Philadelphia man accused of robbing postal workers

"Is behind bars today for what could be a very long time. After he allegedly robbed two postal workers while they were on the job, Ky Nobody's Antoinette Lee was more 54 year old James Chandler has been charged with two counts of robbery of the United States, postal employees and one count of kidnapping, authorities say in two different incidents. On January, 11th and February 4th. He used what looked like a gun to rob to postal workers while they were making deliveries in West Philadelphia and the February incident. He allegedly forced a mail carrier into the truck and then made her drive him around for several blocks before he Golf with stolen packages. Chandler made his first appearance in federal court this week. It has been detained pending trial. If he's found guilty, he could face a maximum sentence of life in prison. And when it

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Philadelphia Allowing Fans To Return To Sporting Events As City Relaxes COVID-19 Restrictions

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01:13 min | 1 d ago

Philadelphia Allowing Fans To Return To Sporting Events As City Relaxes COVID-19 Restrictions

"Is steak, taking a step closer to going back to normal, easing restrictions on outdoor and indoor activities. K Y W. City Hall Bureau chief Pat Lobe reports there will still be conditions and limits. Though new covert 19 cases are down. Vaccinations against the virus are up, and Health Commissioner Tom Farley says that means some restrictions can expire as planned this weekend will be relaxing are restrictions to those state limits, and if the state relaxes its limits further will consider whether we want to match that the state's live It's are a bit complicated. There's a sliding scale for how many people can be in a particular place. But there's a cap of 500 for all indoor venues and 2500 for outdoor venues for stores, its 20 people per 1000 square feet. That's twice as many as the city was allowing outdoor event such as weddings can now have up to 100 guests. But indoor catered events are still banned, and the city still is not issuing special event permits until at least March, 15th One particularly bright spot is the reopening of senior centers for the first time in almost a year. But doctor Farley says that and all the new rules are contingent on universal mask wearing if people are not wearing masks. The changes we're talking about here are not safe, Pat Lobe K Y. W news radio. With the city,

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House Passes $1.9 Trillion Pandemic Relief Bill

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01:02 min | 1 d ago

House Passes $1.9 Trillion Pandemic Relief Bill

"President Biden's $1.9 Trillion pandemic Relief Bill. Let's get the latest in a special report. CBS News Special Report. The House passes President Biden's almost $2 trillion covert relief package after fierce partisan wrangling, CBS's Jennifer Keiper reports Maloney in New York Democrat this state and local funding included in this package will provide many local governments dedicated support for the first time since this pandemic struck Kentucky GOP Congressmen Breakfast three. Much of the funds in this partisan bill will not be used until next year or later, CBS White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy on Some of what's in the bill. Package includes $1400 stimulus checks for individuals earning less than $75,000 a year. It boosts federal unemployment payments to $400 a week. It also contains a $15 minimum wage, which was a top Biden campaign promise but which is not in the Senate version. The Senate could take up the packages early as Monday in time for Mr Biden to sign it before current federal jobless benefits expire in mid March. CBS

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House passes $1.9 trillion COVID relief package. But what comes next?

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01:03 min | 1 d ago

House passes $1.9 trillion COVID relief package. But what comes next?

"Biden's pandemic relief bill. We have this live report from CBS CBS News Special Report. President Biden's nearly $2 trillion covered relief package passes with no Republicans on board, the only covert relief package passed without bipartisan support. There are huge issues here that Republicans are opposed to, for example, they've been opposed for a very long time to additional aid for state and local governments. There is Republican concerns with money for schools and when They're not. It's going to be spent this year as opposed to the future politicos Caitlin Amma. The bill includes $1400 direct payments to qualifying individuals and an extension of federal jobless benefits as well as help on rents and home mortgages. What happens now? Here's CBS is crisp and clean, but really, it could be in the hands of this Senate as early as Monday. They'll have to work quickly. They only have two weeks to get the bill to the president's desk before federal unemployment benefits expire. The final late night vote was to 19 2 to 12 to Democrats voted against No. One Publicans voted. Four CBS News Special Report on Vicki Barker still ahead, the latest on

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Philadelphia leaders say they face an uphill battle in call for gun laws

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01:14 min | 1 d ago

Philadelphia leaders say they face an uphill battle in call for gun laws

"On Friday joined police officials, city and community leaders at broad and all me the sight of a mass shooting last weekend, and SK Y W Community affairs reporter Cherry, Greg explains. They said, there's little that can be done to stop the violence without changing gun possession laws. The on Lee Transportation Center were eight people were shot last week and broad daylight to say stop. Gun violence has been a losing battle. Our police officers bravely take hundreds of illegal firearms off our streets every month. They are instantaneously Replace Mayor Jim Kenney says. Guns air flowing onto Philadelphia streets through straw purchasers, But city lawmakers have little records because of state preemption law. We know that there are legal loopholes that allow these guns to be on our streets. Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw says. The police are using all tools available, including gun buy backs to get guns off the streets unless there's something done on the front end to cut off the supply. Chain. We are going to be continuing to chase our tails they senator should re street says Democrats are trying to pass bill calling for mandatory lost or stolen firearm reporting, but it's fallen on death GOP ears. We need action. The meantime, community groups are mediating beef, and the city promises more transparency as the number of shootings and homicides in black communities pick up Terry

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Gov. Tom Wolf pushes charter school reform law for Philadelphia and surrounding areas

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00:51 sec | 1 d ago

Gov. Tom Wolf pushes charter school reform law for Philadelphia and surrounding areas

"Governor Wolf is once again pushing for charter school funding reforms. K Y W Suburban Bureau chief Jim Millward has the update. Governor Wolf calls Pennsylvania's charter school law one of the worst in the country, that outdated law has become, in some cases, little more than a license. For draining funds from traditional schools while providing a poor education to students. Wolf says his plan could save school districts more than $200 million by aligning charter school payments with actual costs of educating Children. Montgomery County Democrat Joe Serie C, a sponsor of legislation in the house, not eliminate them. In order to destroy there's been schools. This brings it to a fair system of funding Sory successes. Bill would save individual school districts. Million's giving examples of $14 million in savings, fur coats Bill or $64 million for Philadelphia. Pennsylvania Coalition of Public Charter School, says any funding cuts would be devastating.

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Philadelphia man accused of robbing postal workers

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00:46 sec | 1 d ago

Philadelphia man accused of robbing postal workers

"Is working on a solution. Pat Lobe K Y. W News Radio Philadelphia man will face trial for allegedly robbing to postal workers in separate incidents. Here's KY. Double use. And when Adlai 54 year old James Chandler has been charged with two counts of robbery of a United States, postal employees and one count of kidnapping, authorities say in two different incidents. On January, 11th and February 4th. He used what looked like a gun to rob to postal workers while they were making deliveries in West Philadelphia and the February incident, he allegedly forced a mail carrier into the truck and then made her drive him around. For several blocks before he took off with stolen packages. Chandler made his first appearance in bed. Report this week It has been detained pending trial. If he's found guilty, he could face a maximum sentence

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US advisers endorse single-shot COVID-19 vaccine from J&J

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00:10 sec | 1 d ago

US advisers endorse single-shot COVID-19 vaccine from J&J

"Vaccine, this one from Johnson and Johnson. It's a single shot and has been endorsed by FDA advisers, putting it on track for emergency use authorization. Meantime, the latest covert variants

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01:53 min | 9 months ago

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"KYW newsradio we have heard from our head office because knits and Andrew Cramer this evening about how protests have moved up Broad Street around city hall over the old city causing the closure of the Ben Franklin bridge and now these protesters have moved into university city released some of them have let's say check in now with K. W. set us because NHTSA with the protest group in university city with a slight us and we are marching past the world cafe live right now fairly peaceful protest thousands of people that went all around the city a diverse crowd of young people who say they just wanted to March in peace they don't want any looting today they don't want to have any problems with police today they just want to get their message across lots of people here among the crowd we did spot councilperson Helen Kim who yesterday tweeted that she condemned the attack on protesters under the bridge she said that she remembered when she was a protest thing at that same spot in two thousand and I asked her if this brings her back to her early days of protesting and she says this is what physics is all about it's about bringing the voice of the people to government and getting the message across you I asked her what she wanted to say to Philadelphia Philadelphia police she said don't be afraid of change but lots of people holding all kinds of signs and my essential black lives matter again a peaceful protest and thousands of people they just want to get their message across and as the residency them they're coming out and they're waving and so that that's kind of making for a nice kind of interaction here as well and had us because it's with us live in that protest group in university city and we do have a smaller group that.

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02:43 min | 10 months ago

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"What you need to know from KYW newsradio though in their daily briefing Philadelphia officials reported a lot of good news against the fight against covert nineteen but bad news about the city's budget here's gonna be city hall bureau chief Pablo the earliest indication of the viruses impact on the city budget is in April tax collections and mayor Jim Kenney says they are down by almost half from a year ago this April decline certainly reflects the tremendous drop in economic activity throughout the city as a result of the shut down our anticipation of this sort of drop is what led art ministration last week to propose the belt tightening budget for the coming fiscal year the mayor expects an even steeper drop in may receipts managing director Brian Abernathy says verbal layoff notices have begun but he didn't have a final figure on how many employees will be cut in this round the bad economic news comes as the health outlook is improving not only does the number of new covert nineteen cases continue to decline health commissioner Tom Farley says it's declining faster all the data says that in general we're moving in the right direction their actions were doing right now our absolute slowing the spread of the virus that's a very good thing still there were three hundred fifty new cases confirmed the city still has no plans for lifting the stay at home order Pat Loeb KYW newsradio two thirty two the moratorium on foreclosures and evictions and Pennsylvania will continue we'll take a look at traffic and weather on the Jews brought to my window nation buy two get two free sale window nation dot com a good afternoon Michelle start off on four twenty two still blocked in both directions between college bill and rollers for due to that crash involving an overturned truck boy nice day weather wise not so nice out on the roads we have slow traffic on seventy six Google expressway westbound due to volume between their Avenue to the approach of the vine vine westbound slows with volume delays in the parkway to seventy six and ninety five on the northbound side approaching Allegheny Avenue the wrapping up some road work blocking the two left lanes no issues on the Pennsylvania Turnpike or four seventy six the blue route Delaware River bridges quiet in New Jersey we have a closure on six seventy six north bound at exit for for Atlantic Avenue all lanes blocked this is due to an accident no Gabriel in the southbound side forty two freeway in good shape same with two ninety five and route fifty five in down a wall which township three twenty two once again closed in both directions between kings highway at two ninety five they'll wrap about five thirty this afternoon mass transit reporting any major delays I'm just a job like any cable W. twenty four hour traffic center thanks so much let's get the forecast NBC ten first alert meteorologist Steve sometime this afternoon expect plenty of sunshine it's nice and mild weather once again and a lovely high temperature of.

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02:55 min | 10 months ago

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"KYW newsradio if your people are driving these days that's forcing the operators of a pair of toll bridges across the Delaware River to cut staff the story K. Y. W. South Jersey bureau chief David Madden the Burlington county bruh it's commission runs the two coming from Iran Burlington Bristol spans and executive director Joe Windle says they've taken a major hit revenues are down around fifty percent so for the month of April we're looking at that monthly year over year compared to twenty nineteen we'll have a shortfall about one point seven million number is likely to grow to over eight million dollars even if things open up because he projects a twenty percent drop in revenue through the summer twenty of the commission's one hundred fifty member work force has been laid off and handle isn't sure if they'll be coming back discretionary spending has been frozen and non critical road work has been put on hold in South Jersey David Madden KYW newsradio Philadelphia teachers will be giving grades for online assignments starting today K. Y. W.'s Mikey Nardo has that story the district has distributed more than eighty one thousand Chromebooks for students to learn from home during the corona virus shut down superintendent William Hite says for students who do not have home internet access or who haven't been able to get free or reduced rate connections the district is beginning to give out some hot spots we are beginning a phase of distributing a mobile hot spots and those mobile hot spots cost as much as the machines do and so we don't have the ability to purchase those for every child for the last two weeks teachers have been posting review assignments in their Google classrooms now the assignments count kind of height has said grades in the final marking period can only help and not hurt a student's final average we don't want to be punitive we actually wanted it as best we can it to help young people hi says he doesn't want to punish students for circumstances out of their control Mike denardo KYW newsradio the weather's got nice outside but K. Y. W. legal correspondent Amy Feldman says that does not mean it's time to start having those yard sales just yet most people have that all the time in the world to do some spring cleaning what remains is what to do with all the stuff they know them everywhere or use again many areas have neighborhood wide yard sales this time of year so with the onset of lovely whether people want to know if they can hold garage sales so long as they're outside in this area the answer is not yet in New Jersey gatherings are prohibited in law enforcement one force the governor's orders Pennsylvania residents are allowed to leave their homes for tasks essential to maintain health and safety and getting necessary services or supplies but finding antique ashtrays use plastic toys and other items normally found in Russia probably doesn't qualify Delaware's governor Carney has ordered people to stay home if possible given the most townships require permits for garage sales it's possible to violate both the stay home order and also the township's permitting requirements with one garage sale.

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02:54 min | 10 months ago

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"To know from KYW newsradio president trump hosted a meeting at the White House with New Jersey governor Phil Murphy his third sit down this week with the governor K. Y. W. South Jersey bureau chief David Madden reports go to Murphy thought it was productive Murphy says he asked up front for twenty to thirty billion dollars in unrestricted federal funding for New Jersey alone this money is not a bailout it is about funding our response and keeping our police firefighters EMTs educators and other frontline workers on the job we need the federal government as a partner in our restart in recovery just as they have been in our mitigation governor got no promises on that front but he did come away with a pledge for more test kits swabs another P. P. ET enough to double the state's testing right within a month at the same time health officials say New Jersey reached its viral peak in mid April and hospitalizations are slowly going downstate why not here though still the governor's warning people who ventured in newly opened parks and golf courses this weekend to obey the social distancing roles but they can be shut down again in South Jersey David Madden KYW newsradio they taught New Jersey's total coronavirus cases topped one hundred eighteen thousand including over seventy two hundred deaths South Jersey has had nearly four hundred fatalities with over ninety seven hundred positive test results well the coronavirus trashes the economy president trump calls for a return to the way it was traffic and weather on the two sponsored by window nation buy two get two free sale window nation dot com take a look at the wet roads for us just to drop it thanks a lot Steve yes knows what roads are causing some issues in the window with along with the saturated ground taking down some trees knocked down some wires above road closures in place throughout the Delaware Valley because of that and that's gonna be an issue through the overnight hours not like crash on ninety five south has been cleared at least off to the side before Cottman Avenue just a minor delay still out there the rest of ninety five trouble free seventy six Google express way overall pretty good shape between two oh two and University Avenue no road work obviously because of the weather four seventy six the bluebird in fine shape now both north and south bound that crashes gone north bound north of the Schuylkill expressway and then we have the big closure due to downed wires out in valley township it's business thirty Lincoln highway in both directions at airport road has been shut down for a while and various other closures across Chester County as well because of downed trees and wires route thirty bypass in good shape crash westbound past business thirty has been cleared laser gone Delaware River bridges quiet in New Jersey moving at highway speed on forty two to ninety five the turnpike and route fifty five and heads up Brooklyn circle everything's blocked now both directions.

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03:28 min | 11 months ago

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"To know from KYW newsradio house of representatives approved a four hundred eighty four billion dollar aid package yesterday the measure now goes to president trump and K. Y. W. Sten Jimenez Johns is live with more on the package them good morning Brandon yes the house voted it was nearly unanimous three eighty eight to five to approve this sort of relief package as a sign of the times last night in the house many of the members were there with masks on as sitting far apart from each other a big part of the money here three hundred ten billion dollars is set to go to the paycheck protection program that's the program where the government the government gives money to banks to loan out to small businesses so they can pay their workers the program ran out of cash quickly last week and there was criticism that places like big chain restaurants for example hotels got money while small businesses got nothing Republican congressman Brian Fitzpatrick of Bucks county who also represents a little bit of Montgomery County says that really needs that to change right now at the treasury department does not establish guardrails to differentiate between well capitalized brokerage firms and under capitalized mom and pop shops we will not be helping the people that need us the most right now also part of this bill seventy five billion dollars for hospitals that includes money for personal protective equipment says congresswoman Madeleine dean the Democrat for Montgomery County for health care workers saving lives we have the responsibility to do all we can to help protect those who are saving our families lives also twenty five billion dollars for expanded coronavirus testing which he says is critical to reopen the economy members of Congress have also talked about another relief package down the road and we'll see if that happens SO four trillions of dollars have been spent already Brandon but that next package if it does come could focus on state and local governments are in effect him a local group meanwhile gearing up to feed essential workers stories coming up after traffic and weather on the Tuesday sponsored by winter nation buy two get two free sale window nation dot com Hey Sam Hey Brandon again with less traffic with people are going much too fast and again with the wet road conditions is really causing problems now we have a very serious accident in New Jersey closing south to ninety five it's between route thirty eight and route seventy three that south bound blocks serious accident just got the word any in for more information we get we'll pass it along also we had just go over to the P. A. side an overturned vehicle accident this is on the P. A. turnpike eastbound approaching Malvern that there that make that westbound sorry westbound approaching Melbourne that's still blocking the right lane card it's roof eastbound Rexha downing town there's a spin on accident in the left lane please slow it down traveling south on city Avenue some better news here we have that problem with a multi vehicle accident blocking the city Avenue bridge coming out of manioc Roxborough they re open it everything is open there Schiphol expressway for the most part is in fairly good shape in the eastbound direction west bell all right ninety five south center city exit ramp that earlier but action with the spin out now out of the way a command a Delaware is still a problem north on four ninety five this coming out to claim my merging with north ninety five that's another spin out accident blocking the right lane north of that things are in fairly good shape so again we urge everybody slow down this morning it with the the speeds and visibility down mass transit all scale back with essential travel only the cable W. news radio in the eighteen T. phone for salute all members of the front on the front lines during this emergency the cable to be twenty four hour traffic center I'm Sam.

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04:50 min | 11 months ago

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"To know from KYW newsradio study from the national institutes of health of finds a drug prescribed by some doctors and touted by president trump is a potential game changer probably doesn't help coronavirus patients CBS news White House correspondent Paula Reid in the drug combination of hydroxy Cllr Quinn and as it reminds it counted by the president as a possible breakthrough that happened it would be a game changer a panel of experts convened by the institute run by the president's top health advisor and that he felt she warned against using it because of potential toxicities now the judge also found a group of patients was given the drug on its own they were no less likely to need a ventilator and had higher death rates for the Philadelphia parking authority board got a partial accounting of what the coronavirus is costing it at its monthly meeting yesterday they want W. city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb reports on St revenue alone that was down six million Bucks the BPA agree to stop charging for airport parking on street parking and not to send violation notices for old tickets while the city is shut down for covert nineteen executive director Scott Petrie says he understood you could see that unemployment numbers were rising rapidly it's right seem a little mean spirited to send the notices I hate that your parking ticket but it's come at a price and that will ultimately impact the city and school district which share the revenue from those fees and fines it's totally unprecedented obviously it's awful for everybody entry expects some losses will be made up when the stay at home restrictions are lifted and he says some expenses will be deferred to soften the blow he says the PPA has put off finalizing its budget until it has a better sense of the final cost Pat Loeb KYW newsradio but the distribution of free meals for Philadelphia school children's being reduced to just one day a week but officials stress the same amount of food will be given out managing director Brian Abernathy says the new schedule of Thursday only meal pickup is more efficient in two ways evil Ted to pack up one box rather than to and also allow people to come out of their homes to pick up those boxes once during the week rather than twice and the boxes will contain ten meals for the week will be available at forty nine sites from nine in the morning until noon on Thursday well as states scramble for ways to make ends meet in the middle of a pandemic a South Jersey politician is suggesting a way to make do in the short term using federal money to place up to a hundred thousand state government workers on three month furlough K. Y. W. South Jersey bureau chief David Madden reports state Senate president Steve Sweeney looks of the recently passed care sector believes New Jersey could tap into it up to seven hundred fifty million dollars how does it work we've probably twenty five percent of our workers the workers you wouldn't lose a penny in fact some would make more if they keep their health insurance they keep their pension payments going in and they work two days a week they wouldn't affect the filing for partial unemployment during the furlough period only a few states that if approved job sharing programs like the Jersey can pull this off Sweeney is run the idea past attorneys and labor leaders and is seeking support from governor Phil Murphy and assembly speaker Craig Coughlin he need them given the plan would require a bill passed by the legislature and signed by the governor Murphy's warned of drastic budget cuts in federal aid is not given directly to states in South Jersey David Madden KYW newsradio officials in South Jersey think the pick of coronavirus cases may be behind them in some places as long as they remain vigilant about social distancing K. Y. W.'s miked RT reports special beds and staff are ready should there be a surge in Camden County the demand for medical care at our hospitals has also come to a steady flow is not a tremendous spike capping is before they happen this week's free holder looking Pelley says it's been great to see how people have responded and stepped up during the pandemic they were cautiously optimistic bye you know we we have to remind of residence to keep at it he says they are constantly working to find P. P. E. just like the rest of the world taking a day out trying to navigate our way through the wild west to getting the support so far the county has received only a small fraction of the supplies that were ordered Mike Darby KYW newsradio and also from South Jersey construction crew setting up on the highways Sam will run them down next it's eight thirty nine K. Y. 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03:13 min | 1 year ago

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"KYW newsradio history things that no one eleven forty five our first thing Montgomery County a sixty eight positive coronavirus cases including thirteen more that were discovered on Friday our second thing the U. S. Senate is spending the day moving closer to passing the next coronavirus economic stimulus bill and a recap our top story all non life sustaining businesses in the Commonwealth were ordered closed on Thursday night with the enforcement set to begin today however due to the high volume of waiver request enforcement will not start until Monday morning at eight AM that's all ahead in the next fifteen minutes good Saturday morning I'm Jay Scott Smith and Connor Barker is the editor's desk and as mentioned Montgomery County does have sixty eight positive cases of the corona virus including a four year old girl from new Hanover township with the county's dropped with the tiny counties Dr protesting going on right now K. Y. W. suburban bureau chief Jim Miller reports the county officials are putting out a call for people to donate masks we are taking masks at any type recovery county commissioner balaka says they're asking any businesses especially ones that are shut down to donate any unused masks these masks will be used for first responders they will be donated to hospitals is needed we would be grateful for anyone who is willing to donate any unused supplies and masks that they can spare appointments can be made on Moscow PA dot org for the county's drive through testing site but only for certain health care workers are first responders or people with a fever higher than one hundred point four or ninety nine point six of over sixty five years old and with the call for shortness of breath Argus as expected turnaround on those test results could be as long as six days she's asking otherwise healthy people who have symptoms to assume they have coronavirus and self isolate and to save the tests for people who need them in Eagleville Jamelle work K. Y. W. news radio meanwhile the coronavirus restrictions did not stop the U. S. census of attention from going out but that could have an impact on when the census workers go door to door K. what abuse community affairs border Terry Gregg spoke with the census bureau and has the source every mailbox in the country should have received an invitation to participate on Tino directs the single operations he says since his efforts kicked off a week ago and so far nearly twenty million people have already responded online via phone or by mail more covert nineteen restrictions will not impact those self responses it will impact held operations to help and safety of our staff and the public remains of the utmost importance to Molson is associate director of census field operations it says peeled out reach has been suspended for two weeks until at least April first it mostly impact mobile questionnaire assistance programs and paper processing centers the hiring of census workers will continue our recruiting website will remain open for the foreseeable future Olson says the outreach to count those imprisoned senior centers and more could be delayed to mid April I'll reach for those who fail to respond is pushed back to mid may final deadline for completion of the census is extended to August fourteenth Greg keep with news radio and the Senate is spending the day moving closer toward passing the next coronavirus economic stimulus bill it will take a while for legal counsel to draft the final language of the bill even as senators work together to find you in the main tenants of the legislation includes cash payments to taxpayers loans to small businesses.

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03:28 min | 1 year ago

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"News on KYW newsradio lays on the corona virus at eleven fifteen sponsored by Oliver heating and cooling Pennsylvania now delayed enforcement of the order that all non life sustaining businesses must close their locations in the Commonwealth due to the high volume of waiver request governor Wilson ministration says it is holding off enforcement until Monday rather than Saturday yesterday the governor said businesses that were not life sustaining how to close and enforcement including citations and fines would take hold first thing Saturday well the order still stands and will now be in for starting Monday morning at eight o'clock while there may be questions about whether US census workers should be knocking on your door it won't happen at all if you fill out your census forms now after rubbing elbows with another congressman who tested positive South Jersey congressman Andy Kim is in self quarantine for two weeks good evening I'm Steve tabla put in Clyde at the others that's brought virus restrictions did not stop U. S. census invitations from going out but they could have an impact on when the census workers go door to door is K. Y. W. community affairs reporter Terry Greg every mailbox in the country should have received an invitation to participate L. seventeen L. directs the single operations he says since his efforts kicked off a week ago and so far nearly twenty million people have already responded online via phone or by mail more covert nineteen restrictions will not impact those self responses it will impact filled operations help in safety of our staff and the public remains of the utmost importance to Molson is associate director of census field operations it says field outreach has been suspended for two weeks until at least April first a mostly impact mobile questionnaire assistance programs and paper processing centers the hiring of census workers will continue our recruiting website will remain open for the foreseeable future Olson says the outreach to count those imprisoned senior centers and more could be delayed to mid April I'll reach for those who fail to respond is pushed back to mid may final deadline for completion of the census is extended to August fourteenth chairman Greg cable news radio South Jersey congressman Andy Kim is in self quarantine after we had contact with the calling to which tested positive for the virus K. Y. W. South Jersey bill chief David Madden reports Kim spoke with us live today to discuss the situation Carol mackenzie's first question of course how you feeling he says he's got symptoms similar to a cold or the flu and is waiting results of a covert nineteen test he describes life in a self confined environment one tried to distance myself from my family as much as I can and just trying to continue to do the work that I'm supposed to be done as well the staff working remotely addressing constituent concerns like an email from a small businessman worried about how have continued to pay his workers if you can't get enough money together to pay his rent Kim is hopeful Congress will quickly find a way to get help to those most in need right now but concedes the country must prioritize make sure protections are in place for health care workers in South Jersey David Madden KYW newsradio the federal for Philadelphia police sergeant James o'connor has been postponed because of the coronavirus restrictions on large gatherings what is K. Y. W. as Mike denardo reports officers staged a real show of force on memorial ride as supporting o'connor's family four forty five straight minutes hundreds of police cars and motorcycles from throughout the region drove down.

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04:24 min | 1 year ago

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"Got you covered depend on KYW newsradio no it's twelve forty five projection show Joe Biden claiming primary wins in Michigan Missouri and Mississippi former vice president made a surprise stop at the national constitution center in Philadelphia to thank supporters and recapping our top story no St Patrick's day parade in Philadelphia on Sunday because of the corona virus that's all ahead in the next fifteen minutes good morning I'm Jeff ash putting clients at the editor's desk Pennsylvania is confirming more cases of the corona viruses more schools canceled classes travel or E. Vance the city of Philadelphia is discouraging gatherings of more than five thousand people including sporting events and courses we just mentioned the city's St Patrick's day parade has been canceled another test came back positive in Montgomery county Bucks county is now reporting its first two positive cases of the corona virus while people who tested positive live in eastern Pennsylvania seventeen people in Philadelphia are now being tested for the virus meantime the novel coronavirus is now claimed its first fatality in New Jersey amid continued signs that it's spreading across the state K. Y. W. South Jersey bureau chief David Madden reports among fifteen positive cases in New Jersey three in our area one in Camden County from last week and two new ones in Burlington county thirty one people were waiting to be tested by the state and now private labs are conducting tests part of governor Phil Murphy's disaster declaration a sixty nine year old man with heart and lung issues treated for five days passed away in a Hackensack hospital health commissioner Judith person Chile was asked about people attending large public events we're not in a position right now to recommend discontinuation of mass gatherings we just continue to put out the alert if you're elderly if you're frail if your you know compromised if you're vulnerable and anyway stay home Murphy's also approved covering copays for some two million people on state health plans needing virus testing is urging private health plans to do the same in South Jersey David left K. Y. W. news for New York governor Andrew Cuomo announced that the New York City suburb of new Rochelle that appeared to have the biggest cluster of U. S. coronavirus cases would have a contained in center warehouses of worships and large gathering places would be closed for two weeks National Guard troops will help clean services and deliver food in the area a one mile radius around a point near a synagogue new Rochelle mayor Noam Bramson says this is the best in the best interest of the residence within that zone essentially flooding the zone with the resources necessary to make sure that the people in our shelter their needs are met to the greatest degree possible this is in a lock down people who aren't personally on quarantine will be able to leave their homes and enter and leave the area still Cuomo called it a dramatic action two large boxes of documents and other material in the Harvey Weinstein sexual assault case were unsealed many of the documents consist of email centered around the time in twenty seventeen the public allegations against him began to cascade CBS's Kasandra goody a says this comes just before wind Steen is sentenced on Wednesday the wind Steen sentencing will begin Wednesday morning at nine thirty in lower Manhattan and we're told it could take in the neighborhood of two hours we're expected to hear from two of the women who were ultimately able to see convictions come down against Harvey Weinstein on their allegations were expected to hear from them as well as statements from the prosecution and the defense and then justice James Burke will render his decision Weinstein faces at a minimum five years and a maximum of twenty nine years at twelve forty K. Y. W. sports sponsored by septa up all night with twenty plus routes that run twenty four hours so is septa learn more at ICF.

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02:43 min | 1 year ago

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"Trial live coverage from KYW newsradio after months of hearings in public debate the Senate impeachment trial begins today but the way it will proceed has yet to be determined that a majority leader Mitch McConnell proposes rules that would fast track the process for president trump the B. S. news political consultant Leonard Stein horn says the rules would make it hard for some people to follow the trial like the Clinton trials they're giving each side twenty four hours to make their case but there's a difference under the Clinton rules that was spread out over four days six hours a day under the McConnell rules right now it's spread out over two days each twelve hours a day that means four days straight of twelve hours of presenting arguments and evidence I'm a con wants to send to vote on witnesses after opening arguments minority leader Chuck Schumer falls the plan a national disgrace president trump's legal team Mister new response to the articles of impeachment yesterday this is Ben Tracy reports they attacked them as Wednesday what is basically impeachable has to be a violation of existing law but when you read the constitution you listen to constitutional law expert they'll say you know it all goes back to this phrase high crimes and misdemeanors and what does that mean is not fully defined in the constitution so a lot of this is open to interpretation as his impeachment trial begins president trump will be in Switzerland for the World Economic for another legal block for the proposed supervised injection site that story's coming up in just a moment but at eight OO two it is time for traffic and weather on the two's good morning Sam when Carol beautiful cold morning the bright sun in your eyes Houston for twenty to jam Reuters forty trooper price another thirty bypass a slowing you down approaching three forty to pass through one thirteen over the PA turnpike westbound is just jam will grow to four Washington rush are well under way on the eastbound Schuylkill expressway that's backed up jam to get to to to on ramp please write down the pass Conshohocken get ready for bright sun here within the city limits backed up all of our down to Girard west around bounce Google passion to thirty street in the Boulevard at the Belmont Avenue south on ninety five cop and down to Girard north on ninety five rickrolling man's landing to approaching Girard Avenue north of center city that was an accident blocking the left lane they just cleared it out of the way Delaware County both ways ninety five approaching comet Barry backed up renew Jersey forty two freeway northbound slow from one sixty eight to ninety five fifty five is jammed full middle than Franklin bridge in the center city Philadelphia the Jersey transit river line still out of service water ran center to Pennsauken investigation into a struck pedestrian from earlier this morning everything else on a close to schedule the cable W. twenty four hour traffic center I'm.

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03:09 min | 1 year ago

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"Impeachment proceedings live coverage on KYW newsradio a house panel is expected to vote on the articles of impeachment against president trump later today B. S. news special report resolve that Donald J. trump president the United States is in peace for high crimes and misdemeanors and that the following articles of impeachment be exhibited the United States Senate that's the clerk of the Judiciary Committee reading the draft articles of impeachment against president trump as Democrats and Republicans clash in debate Texas Republican Louie Gohmert we're even hearing today like we just did oh yes there were crimes why why aren't they in this impeachment document because they don't exist at the core of the impeachment articles how president trump handle Ukraine California Democrat Eric Swalwell president trump demanded and socks the announcement and conduct a politically motivated investigations by presidents Lynskey a committee vote is expected later today on a finalized version if it passes the committee it'll head to the house floor for a vote is expected sometime next week CBS news special report I'm Steve Dorsey and you can hear every word of the ongoing hearings in the house Judiciary Committee on the radio dot com app or a K. one double the news radio dot com eleven thirty two of court says meet doesn't have to be meet coming up after we check traffic and weather sponsored by window nation for all your window needs and unbeatable offers visit window nation dot com here Stevie Reese things are backed up right now yet on ninety five north and southbound the southbound delay just south of the Walt Whitman bridge ads you just about the middle of the Girard point bridge they're working in the right lane next ninety five issue is northbound starts before academy there's a crew working right after academy in the right lane to and we don't have any other ninety five issues but the plat bridge this is gonna be eastbound if you're heading in it to south Philly we're hearing from eighteen anti phone forced hipster two one five seven twenty four ten sixty there's some sort of debris in the road about mid span eastbound plaque maybe bumper cover not exactly sure what it is but that just be careful and steer clear of that my entry expressway westbound little slow from the parkway to the Schuylkill expressway earlier accident completely gone westbound on this Google some slow traffic from university into South Street and then your heavy again as you approach the Boulevard out to Belmont eastbound that really bad at all anywhere on the Schuylkill expressway after getting off of this Google expressway going south on city Avenue or copy of the twin bridges to continue south be aware that that's where that water leak has been so things might be I senior presidential Lincoln drive in bad approaching with a heck and there's a crash in the right lane things are still pretty slow blue route for seventy six north really heavy from route one up to the upper Darby Broomall exit that's for Westchester pike rightly block with work going on four twenty two west right after trooper in Saint Gabe's curve you got one lane black there to stay to the right as you pass by our major New Jersey roads really not seeing any terrible problems just slow right now in fifty five north protein forty two in the Jersey Turnpike southbound after the black horse pike Delaware Memorial Bridge looks good and the Commodore Barry bridge the delay is now eastbound not terrible dealt with construction in the game I W. twenty four hour traffic center.

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01:39 min | 2 years ago

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"Lynn, Adkins, KYW NewsRadio. The cold weather can be hard on your car, especially if it's electric it may need to juice up. More often, here's KYW's roscoe's nets. Janet, Ted low with AAA mid Atlantic says in frigid temperatures electric cars can lose their battery power quickly. Aaa just doesn't want. These motorists to be caught off guard by an unexpected drop in driving range when we see the frigid cold temperatures of winter. This is drivers should plan to charge their cars double the amount. As usual when it's cold. The average driving range of the electric vehicle is then decreased by about forty one percent. And that means you're a range of driving will be cut by nearly half. And understand that that could be the best you're going to get on an extremely cold day and to plan accordingly. Adopts Kuznits KYW NewsRadio septa has unveiled a new tool to help it keep the Norristown high speed line running after a heavy snow KYW's. Mike DeNardo reports. It's been a problem on the Norristown high speed line snow deeper than eight inches would force septa to suspend service because the electrified third rail would be blocked by snowdrifts. Now septa is fighting back with a one and a half million dollar maintenance vehicle called the prime mover that has a plough on the front and air compressors that can blow snow away from switches and the third rail septa, a spokeswoman Carla show will Lee says this should reduce the occasions where snow shuts down the line for days at a time. I'm sure appreciate this type of that. We're now. Using because it's gonna keep them moving, and it's going to keep our lines open. When it's not snowing the prime mover can also be used to haul maintenance materials and tow other rail vehicles. Mike.

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01:46 min | 2 years ago

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"KYW news time. Ten thirty three. President Trump held a rare news conference late Wednesday afternoon covering a wide range of issues, including the unraveling of the confidence in his supreme court nominee Brett Kavanagh. There's a lot on the line tomorrow. Senate Judiciary committee hearing were Dr Christine Blasi Ford. We'll tell her story about alleged sexual misconduct by supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh when they were teenagers. President Trump said if he believes cavenaugh is guilty. He would consider withdrawing his nomination. I'm gonna see what happens tomorrow, I'm going to be watching believe it or not I'm going to see what's it? So it was possible that they will be convincing. I'm Bill Wray coffee in Washington, Christine, Blasi Ford says in her prepared testimony for the Senate Judiciary committee that she believes Brad Kavanagh tried to rape her in one thousand nine hundred eighty two at a party when they were teenagers or it says in her testimony that she was terrified to go public with her story. She says though, it's your civic duty to tell the senators what happened. She says the details have haunted her into adulthood. The committee is scheduled to vote on the nomination Friday morning. Pam Coulter, CBS news, Washington KYW. We'll have live coverage of Thursday. Senate Judiciary hearing starting at ten AM. KYW news time ten thirty four. Police are searching for a bucks county fugitive charged with child sex offenses, they say he stole a car and might be trying to leave the area and they're asking for the public's help in finding him KYW's. Marc Abrahams report silvery township police a forty seven year old David Hamilton junior took a twenty sixteen white Toyota Avalon with a PA tag PD three seven five nine P police chief Dominick Bellizzi says the thirties are concerned. Yeah. I'm sure he wants to get out of the area..

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02:14 min | 2 years ago

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"KYW news time nine thirty nine. Pennsylvania's Catholic bishops are pledging their support to a plan that could assist victims of abuse at the hands of priests KYW's. David Madden reports ever since the release of escaping grand jury reporting to alleged abuse by some three hundred priests statewide over several decades church officials have been vocal about their desire to help victims and need to that end. There is now a proposal to establish an independent fund to compensate those who have been abused right now. That's just an idea. But a statement from the bishops acknowledges efforts within the state legislature to address things going forward, and that they will support all reasonable and constitutional efforts focused on helping survivors and their families on a path toward healing archbishop. Charles shep. You is signed onto the statement, David Madden. KYW NewsRadio the US house votes this week on a Senate passed funding Bill. Could avert a government shutdown, but there's a wild card in the White House. Congress has just one more week to pass the sweeping eight hundred fifty billion dollars spending Bill to avert a government shutdown when the new fiscal year begins October first this Bill includes funding for the departments of defense, health and human services, labor and education funding for those government departments. Not yet addressed have been wrapped into a short-term spending measure that runs through December seventh the short-term measure includes funding for President Trump signature border wall. The president is unhappy that his border while funding has been delayed. So he still could decide not to sign the funding Bill, which would trigger a government shutdown. Linda Kenyon, Capitol Hill. The amazing shrinking airliner seat is up for debate in the US house, the legislation could possibly give passengers relief from ever-shrinking legroom. In those cramped seats. On airlines the regulation of seat width and legroom is part of a five year extension of Federal Aviation programs announce early Saturday by Republican and democratic leaders of the. The house and Senate committees that oversee the nation's air travel. Congress faces a September thirtieth deadline to keep FAA programs running the Senate will also need to take up the Bill this week or both chambers will need to pass a short term extension. Bill Michaels,.

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03:03 min | 2 years ago

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"KYW news time five zero three. The manhunt continues this morning for a man who allegedly sexually assaulted two minors in lower Southampton. Bucks county last week and residents in an area where he was seen and even gotten a scuffle with police are on high alert more from KYWZ. Andrew Kramer, forty seven year old David Allen Hamilton junior was last spotted Friday in the area of Sugano Stony Brook roads in new hope right around where Jason Schmitt lives. Helicopters circling the area they had spotlights on the wooded area behind our unit. So for Hamilton was seeing their so police say he resisted arrest by trying to grab an officer's gone Schmid tells CBS three this whole situation is scary. Frightening knowing that this is happening in your own backyard. Neighbor, Gary Aaronson just wants this to end. Hope he gets caught. Yes. This is a bad behavior. And we can't tolerate it in our society. Authorities ask anyone who thinks they know where Hamilton is the lead police know immediately. Andrew, Kramer, KYW NewsRadio. Jio KYW's time five oh four with the Senate testimony of supreme court nominee Brett Kavanagh's accuser. Set for Thursday. It's hard to miss the parallels between this confirmation process and the hearings twenty-seven years ago for nominee Clarence Thomas KYW city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb, spoke with some of the people who watch the Thomas hearings closely. She reports what strikes them most is. How little has changed since nineteen Ninety-one even after a year of metoo stories raised awareness about sexual abuse. Susan LA montains disheartened to see the treatment of nominee break Kavanagh's accuser. Christine blazey Ford is no more enlightened than that of Clarence Thomas is accuser, Anita hill pond. You just be destroyed. So that they can get their king, crowns, clementine had a behind the scenes view of Hill's testimony working for Senator Arlen Specter. The ranking Republican on the judiciary committee linear was watching from far, but her anger at spector for his treatment of health prompted her to run against him and inspired her work to get more women elected. That's been successful. Even for. Run against specter wasn't. But she says the women have been sidelined by Republican dominance in congress. Many of the women, including the women on the judiciary committee are Democrats. Pat Loeb, KYW NewsRadio KYW news time five oh five. The Federal Trade Commission is warning about a new twist on an old phone scam. Caller, says he's from the government, and he or she wants to help you because your social security number has been suspended except social security numbers are never suspended, but the scammers want to trick you into giving out personal information by suggesting you need to reactivate. They may even claim to be fighting a scam or some other fraudulent activity by offering to help cleared up. The FTC says don't do that don't give out or confirm personal info by phone. Don't trust a name or Email just because it looks official and contact agencies directly if you're unsure I'm Jan Johnson. KYW news time five oh, six time. Now to check weather.

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01:40 min | 2 years ago

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"KYW news time seven oh four. The Murphy administration is reviewing how to shore up assure town the future of Atlantic City, which has been under state control for about two years KYW's. David Madden reports that it appears the takeover will remain. In place despite the governor's now ending. Don't move vowed to end the takeover begun by his predecessor in late twenty sixteen in to them in. There have been changes mostly in approach. This is a community that needs the states help as a partner. Not as a big footing jamming down taking away taxation without representation. Many of the suggestions offered by special counsel. Jim Johnson are still being reviewed by the governor's team. They set her on continuing challenges ranging from police fire and government stamping in salaries to jobs public health, and of course, the casino industry. But the key suggestion is to keep state control in place, at least until the law expires in twenty twenty one unless the city's on strong financial footing not reliant on state aid, David Madden, KYW NewsRadio. KYW news time seven oh. Five to Maryland. Now where investigators continue to look for a motive in a deadly workplace shooting, a female employees arrived at work and began shooting at co-worker. According to investigators are for. County sheriff Jeff Geller says twenty six year old woman showed up for work as usual at the Rite Aid distribution center near Aberdeen. And for whatever reason took out a gun and opened fire confirm that there are seven people who have been shot in today's incident. Ayler says three people were killed and three others were wounded before the woman shot herself, she died later at a local hospital as for why she opened fire we do.

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01:50 min | 2 years ago

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"KYW news time seven oh nine. Pennsylvania's attorney general says college students and those getting ready to go to college or prime targets of scammers. KYW's Marc Abrahams explains attorney general Josh Shapiro says his office gets complaints at this time of year from victims of scammers who've been successful in duping, trusting students, and parents people will call your senior not telling you of unpaid tuition, and you have to pay it right away. When in fact, you're not paying to the university you'd be paying you to a scam says the best way to verify a school debt is to check with your schools, financial aid or business office. Shapiro says off campus housing is another area where fraud is a big problem. People are posing as individuals selling or renting property and consumers are solicited for money in exchange for the unit that they never get more on how to protect yourself including getting Email or text alerts about scams from the attorney general website KYW, NewsRadio dot com. Marc Abrahams KYW's. Newsradio. Federal investigators are reviewing utility companies operations after gas explosions led to dozens of fires in three communities north of Boston. The National Transportation Safety. Board says a pressure issue was noted at the master control room in Columbus. Ohio the pressure, of course, actually being here and Lawrence Andover, north Andover after being out of their homes for days, people will be going home. Governor Charlie Baker people unless something unanticipated happens should be able to return their homes and Lawrence mayor. Dan rea reminds us work is months away from being done. This is really a human disaster. And there are people behind every meter and families behind every fire. Karyn regal four CBS news Lawrence Massachusetts, KYW news time, seven eleven coming up. Traffic and transit. Emerson said nothing great was ever cheap without enthusiasm..

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