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"kim glovis" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:10 min | Last week

"kim glovis" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Be the difference. W Those radio won all 39 FM pen dot is putting salt trucks on the highways until the ice storm turns to rain. I'm Kim Glovis. While the impeachment trial is behind us, there are calls for a 9 11 style commission to investigate the capital riot and former President Trump's role. Leading epidemiologists warns off new covert variants over the next three months, which he says could impact whether schools reopened. 76 is closing out their West Coast trip against the very hot jazz in Utah. 35 here in Philadelphia. It's overcast in center city. Good evening. I'm Steve Todd. Well, okay. Y w NewsRadio depend on us. For winter weather coverage sponsored by ACT May The latest storm moving across the region is tracking to our north and that'll affect whether you get rain or freezing rain. Okay Y W is Kim Glovis reports regardless pen dot salt trucks will be on the move pendants Brad Rudolph says Salt trucks will be out on highways and interstates when the ice moves in. But he says, there's still a lot of material out there. There is a lot of salt still on the roadways. I'm just kind of insulting over the past previous storms, so That's helpful in some way, but you know, we're always concerned about ice. It does make the roadways very slick. Regardless of what we put on it, Wolf says. Trucks will throw the salt take a break to allow drivers to grind in any precipitation coming down, then spread some more, He adds. Drivers also have to do their part to stay safe. We try to put that on a lot of salt, but you know, Saul is on Lee so effective, so it's really up to the motorist to watch their speeds and and put it pick up close attention to the forecast. Gil doesn't expect any accumulation, he says. If you do You have to travel Check the forecast and the pen 0.511 maps to see what the roads look like. Kim Glovis K Y. W News Radio. One major airline offers passengers access to what could become the new normal of travel in airport covert testing. All of that, after traffic and weather on the twos. Let's check those roads with Carrie Most's All right. Steve thinks so. Really slow on the scooter Expressway eastbound side between the Blue roof.

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"kim glovis" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:44 min | Last month

"kim glovis" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Junior and his commitment to the community with came liable to use Kim Glovis. Tim Witherspoon dropped out of pens very high school. Winning was a junior to pursue a professional career as a lightweight and welterweight boxer. After 10 years he retired and is now putting his passion into Witherspoon, boxing and fitness in Bristol. We get a lot of kids that come in here because they have behavior issues or because they don't have enough emotion coming out of whom we have kids that come here with Disabilities, You know, as burgers and stuff like that, and we have kids that come here that are bullied. Witherspoon worked with other business owners to provide scholarships for those who can't afford a membership and he says he helps kids develop other talents this time, but no one ever put in the structure away. If you're good at music, I got friends that do music. You know, if you're good at heart, I got friends that do are in, says he wants to be a role model for African American Children so they can see what they can become. And for white kids. Some of these Is that a train in boxing? I'm the first African American person that they met Kim Glovis k y w News radio 32 degrees cloudy sky in center city. We're heading to 42 this afternoon. It's 9 50 that box truck on its side in the Northeast, seeing efforts to write it. We'll get the latest from Sam next. Dave. You ran with the sports injury UPDATES sponsored by Martin Long the law firm for injured workers for over 40 years, The Sixers are listing. Ben Simmons is out for tonight's game in Atlanta because of left knee swelling. A team source says that Simmons is day today with this injury. Switching your car insurance to Geico is both easy and could save you hundreds. It's the best of both worlds..

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"kim glovis" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:03 min | 2 months ago

"kim glovis" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The rush hours Wednesday afternoon and Thursday morning and Alexander as with temperatures in the thirties, the rest of the week it could take time to clear the snow and ice streets. Commissioner Carlton Williams says. Crews have already mobilized and will focus on primary and secondary streets, bridges and higher elevations. Williams says Wednesday's trash and recycling Collections will be picked up as scheduled, he says Scheduled pickups the rest of the week will be evaluated later on. Liz Hirsch, head of the Office of Homeless Services, says shelters will be open 24 7 No, but it will be asked to leave during the day. We do not require idea to come in. There's no drug testing. You don't have to prove your citizenship. We just thought people to come in and stay safe. Get three meals a day. That's they would have used Kim Glovis reporting on Philadelphia's snow preps. If you need help, or see a homeless person on the street, you can call the outreach coordination Center to 15 to 321984 to get shelter that person. All right, So if you have to drive It is the first major storm of the season and it's been a while since we've tackled roads like this. A few things you need to consider here is killed. Abuse. Marc Abrahams, Janet's goodwill of Triple A Mid Atlantic, says the most important first step is making sure the gas tank is full. A 10 minute run to the convenience store could turn into a couple hours, depending on road conditions. They deteriorate rather quickly, and let's be honest. We haven't seen a snowstorm like this since March of 2019. So we're all quite frankly, out of practice. Anted Will says, if you haven't already packed them some other storm essentials. The jumper cables, ice scraper, snow brush some rock, salt or kitty litter to get some traction underneath your tires. If you get stopped a portable shovel. You want to make sure if you are having to be in a parking lot or driveway where you've been plowed in that you can get your vehicle out and bring along a car charger cable for your smartphone in the event. You need to call for roadside help Marc Abrahams K y W News radio. Well lawmakers air running.

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"kim glovis" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:36 min | 3 months ago

"kim glovis" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"To vehicles. So get out there for a walk, run or ride Kay. Whatever news Kim Glovis reports that remain closed until at least the spring. The city closed MLK drive early in the pandemic to give people an option for outdoor activities. Might Carol is deputy managing director of the Office of Transportation, Infrastructure and Sustainability Man from the public has been demonstrated in terms of the numbers of people have Houston, so there's certainly been A good group of folks who have taken advantage of it. City data shows a 1300% increase in use on the drive from 500 people on average weekday to over 5000 daily during the pandemic, Carol says the closure is also allowing the city to do some upgrades on the 4.3 Mile Martin Luther King Trail where you got this article, reconstruct certain portions of the trail itself. There's ceremony deterioration has taken place over the years that we want to address their also, we've taken the opportunity. To upgrade a number of the lighting circuit. He says. The city will also be doing some resurfacing work in tandem with pen dot before the drive reopens Kim Glovis K Y. W News radio At 7 55. It's time for money News on Kate Y W Here's Bloomberg's Larry Costea. Optimism at a Corona virus vaccine will soon bring a return to economic normalcy sent stock prices higher than how Jones Industrial Average gained. 328, the S and P Rose 20, the NASDAQ climbed 26. President elect Joe Biden plans to nominate former Fed chair Janet Yellen to be his Treasury secretary. The first woman to lead the Fed will also be the first to hold the nation's top economic policy job. With Corona virus infections rising, the number of workers going to the office is falling. Castle Systems, which tracks security card swipes, says 26.3% of office workers were back last week versus 26.6% the week before. Boeing's embattled 7 37 Max is getting a vote of confidence less than a week after the FAA lifted a 20 month grounding Alaska airplanes to trade in 10 Airbus jets for 13 Max aircraft. It already has 32 of the planes on order with money news from Bloomberg on K Y w I'm Larry Coughs KEY, well, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, putting the Kabash on going out for drinks Thanksgiving Eve That's coming up at the top of the hour on K Y W Deuce Radio. It's 7 57. Wphl. You have him in HD Jenkintown k y w. A w y P FM HD to Philadelphia a radio dot com Station People everywhere. Want answers. Critics They're calling Stephen Colbert,.

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"kim glovis" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:31 min | 3 months ago

"kim glovis" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"And that's it. It's 11 52 Black Friday is looking a whole lot different this year. I'm Kim Glovis. That's next after traffic and weather on the tunes. And still a little busy as you make your way out to the majors at this hour. Lot of construction gearing up for the overnight hours. It looks like scandal. Love for 22. Westbound approaching trooper rode on that right lane getting by through the construction zone. If you're heading eastbound, we've got that moving road crew. They are getting set up the head out now and not taking out any lanes at the moment, but they will be momentarily. P a turnpike both directions just west of Fort Washington. You will find overnight rightly roadwork travel in the Northeast extension for 76 north bound between Lansdale in Quakertown. That's got the left lane taking out until early morning in New Jersey. A little bit of road work going on as well. In New Jersey Turnpike South bound just past exit for the right lane is out as you get some found, passed Exit three. You're going to find just a small section of that right wing taken out again to 95 north. Just as you get past 70. You've got some overnight construction and mass transit looks to be in very good shape. Your next update in less than 10 minutes and the k y w News Radio 24 hour traffic Center. I'm Andie Anderson. Now the NBC 11th Alert forecast Partly cloudy tonight Low of 43 partly sunny Saturday. Nice day High 63. Sunday Cloudy High 53 a chance of showers late Sunday or Sunday night. It's 50 and tars. Dale 48, Drexel Hill, 50th. The Acme in Roxborough, sponsored by Acme Acme Fresh Foods, local flavors. It's 11 54. The pandemic.

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St. Mary Medical Center Nurses Remain On Strike NE Of Philadelphia

KYW 24 Hour News

01:06 min | 3 months ago

St. Mary Medical Center Nurses Remain On Strike NE Of Philadelphia

"Are asking replacement nurses at ST Mary Medical Center to follow coronavirus protocols set up by the state. Okay, One of you's Kim Global's tells us that the replacement nurses were brought in on Tuesday when Unionized nurses staged to day strike 800 members of past NAP Pennsylvania Association of Staff, Nurses and allied professionals are now ready to return to work. But Trinity Health parent Company of ST Mary Medical Center, says it will not allow a nurse's back into the hospital until Sunday at 7 A.m. and action. The union is calling a lockout. The issue was addressed at the Bucks County commissioner's meeting. Commissioner Diane Marsiglia. I think we are all and I know I am outraged by this. These are nurses in our community who thought that coded the first time it came around, but their lives not fine. Donna Helprin cardiac critical character says Busses show up every day with replacement nurses very disturbing because they're spending all this money on his replacement nurses what they could have re invested that and the doctors that are standing outside One that really care. Past NAP is striking for safe staffing levels and higher wages. Trinity help has not yet responded to a request for comment. Kim Glovis

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"kim glovis" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:45 min | 3 months ago

"kim glovis" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"22 Westbound is slow approaching super road due to roadwork. One lane gets through. Delaware River Bridges. It's the Delaware Memorial slow going into New Jersey due to construction. And then once you are in New Jersey, not seeing any problems on the turnpike, 42 or route 55 to 95 North bound. There is a minor delay near exit 30 for Warwick, Rhode. That is due to construction in the right lane. Mass Transit is trouble free in the capability in these radio 24 hour traffic center. I'm Justin Tropic Theo ex surgeon forecast from the NBC 11th Alert Weather Center overnight clear unseasonably cold with a low of 27 in the city. 20 in the coldest suburbs Thursday cold this morning that the season then mostly sunny not is cold in the afternoon, a daytime high of 53 It's 25 degrees already in Villanova, 23 in Collegeville. It's 29 degrees at the Acme in Bensalem, sponsored by Acme Acme is hiring good, Oh acme markets dot com slash careers. Bucks County commissioners are asking that replacement nurses it ST Mary Medical Center follow coronavirus protocols that were set up by the state. Okay, Bye. W is Kim Glovis reports the replacement nurses were brought in on Tuesday when unionized nurses staged a two day strike. 800 members of past NAP Pennsylvania Association of Staff, Nurses and allied professionals are now ready to return to work. But Trinity Health parent Company of ST Mary Medical Center, says it will not allow nurses back into the hospital until Sunday at 7 A.m. and action. The union is calling a lockout. The issue was addressed at the Bucks County commissioner's meeting. Commissioner Diane Marsiglia. I think we are all and I know I am outraged by this. These are nurses in our community who thought that coded the first time it came around, but their lives not fine. Donna Halperin, cardiac critical character says Busses show up every day with replacement nurses very disturbing because they're spending all this money on his replacement nurses what they could have re invested that in the doctors that are standing outside. The ones that really care. Past NAP is striking for safe staffing levels and higher wages. Trinity Health has not yet responded to a request for comment. Kim Glovis K Y. W News radio the Great pumpkin never showed on broadcast television this year, but thanks to a new deal These other Charlie Brown specials will return have no fear, thanks to a new PBS deal that Charlie Brown Thanksgiving and Christmas specials will return to the air instead of just being shown on Apple TV. Last month, Apple became the new home to the Peanuts holiday specials, and that sparked an outcry from hundreds of thousands of viewers who asked Why should I have to pay a subscription to watch.

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‘Standing Up For Our Patients’: Philadelphia Nurses On Strike Over Alleged Staffing Issues, Wages As COVID-19 Cases Soar

KYW 24 Hour News

01:08 min | 3 months ago

‘Standing Up For Our Patients’: Philadelphia Nurses On Strike Over Alleged Staffing Issues, Wages As COVID-19 Cases Soar

"Starting medical center says it has reached a tentative agreement with its 1000 unionized nurses sidestepping a strike, but Kay Wide avenues Kim Glovis reports nurses at ST Mary Medical Center in Langhorne, Bucks County. Are staging a two day walk out The issues in both cases are safe staffing and wages. 800 members of past NAP The Pennsylvania Association of Staff, Nurses and Allied Professionals hit the picket lines Tuesday morning at ST Mary Medical Center and will remain there until Thursday. Maureen May is president of past net, She says ST Mary and its parent company, Trinity Health, are not addressing either of those issues and wanted to have Hey, Stan Thing you need to provide the the Northeast Northeast take take care care of of the the bedside. bedside. In In order order to to have have the the number number of of nurses nurses needed needed the the bedside. bedside. You You have have to to provide provide proper proper compensation, compensation, so so it's it's one one big big package, package, Trinity Trinity Health says. Although the nurses are striking for two days, it will take five days for hospital to ramp up its staff with replacement nurses may responds. It's going to take them five days. It's it's a lock out and Have been on strike in the past and you go back in and you hit the ground running just like we hit the ground running when the call came. Trinity Health says it's ready to resume negotiations when the strike is over,

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Thousands of nurses at Philadelphia-area hospitals poised to strike

KYW 24 Hour News

01:08 min | 3 months ago

Thousands of nurses at Philadelphia-area hospitals poised to strike

"Than 2500. Unionized nurses could be striking at four hospitals in the region in the coming weeks. Ky devotees Kim Glovis reports The action comes Come in. Just as the health systems are bracing for another surgeon, covert cases, nurses at ST Christopher's Hospital for Children, Einstein Medical Center, ST Mary Hospital and Mercy, Fitzgerald are considering a strike because of severe staffing shortages and pay issues. Maria Plano in ICU nurse at ST Christopher says one of the issues is nurses are being required to handle more patients in our Nicky. Oh, they're getting a triple assignment will have three babies and said to be his natural happen. And on our men search force. They're not getting more than five patients, but they're being split between the hallways, so it's creating that kind of a dangerous situation. All of the nurses are represented by pass snap, the Pennsylvania Association of Staff, nurses and Allied Professionals. The two sides are still negotiating at ST Mary, and there is a tentative agreement at Mercy Fitzgerald with the union ratification vote slated Thursday. Einstein says it's an active negotiations. ST. Christopher says it is bargaining in good faith and hopes to avert a strike union members that Einstein and ST Chris have authorized bargaining committees to call a strike. But Notice has not been issued to the hospital's yet planner says that could happen before the end of the week. Tim

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"kim glovis" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:31 min | 4 months ago

"kim glovis" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Kim Glovis. That's coming up next here on Hey, What have you news ready Over right now, With 10 52. It's time for traffic and weather on Tuesday. One more. Check the roads with Justin. Drop it. Thanks. Lodge A quiet weather tonight That means road work, and we have it in Delaware County of 95 south between the Commodore Barry Bridge in the Delaware State line. Only the left lane gets through North found 95. No delays. Fromthe state line up to Bucks County. Ongoing construction 76 westbound between University Avenue in 30th Street, The left lane is blocked. Turnpike eastbound slows Approaching Downingtown That's construction in the right lane. Farther ease that jams just past mid county all the way to Fort Washington milling and paving tonight it's only the left lane getting by, thanks to an update from an A T M t phone forest tips there. For 22 westbound monitor delay between routes 23 shrew per road that is due to construction. Left lane is blocked on the bridge is jammed on the Delaware Memorial heading into New Jersey roadwork near mid span and a brief jam upon the Betsy Ross Bridge coming into Pennsylvania. That is due to construction. So you may wanna head over to the Cockney palm are birds, which is in the clear. No major delays found on Route 55 New Jersey Turnpike both directions between exits three and four left lane Construction and 42 North bound approaching route. 41 Road work in the right lane. Mass Transit is not reporting any major problems in the cable. Doubly news Radio 24 hour traffic center. I'm Justin dropping thanks so much just then and now in the exigent forecast from the NBC 11th Alert forecast center. Arrest your night is going to be beautiful. Clear. Not his chili is last night, low temperature 48 degrees. Your Thursday's gonna be sunny and mild.

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Pew Center for Arts & Heritage Announces Over $10.5 Million for Philadelphia Artists, Organizations

KYW 24 Hour News

01:20 min | 4 months ago

Pew Center for Arts & Heritage Announces Over $10.5 Million for Philadelphia Artists, Organizations

"A a pandemic pandemic hit, hit, but but one one of of Philadelphia's Philadelphia's largest largest philanthropic philanthropic organizations organizations is is investing investing millions millions of of dollars. dollars. The The local local artistic artistic efforts. efforts. Story Story from K Y W Skin glow over 41 Arts and cultural organizations in the region are receiving grants from the Pew Center for Arts and Heritage Executive Director Bullock Moran Cola awarded 29 Project grounds We have awarded 12 Artist Fellowships. The Total award is $10.5 million. And the money goes toward projects, performances and exhibitions. Programs will be designed for in person and digital experience, and Maren Cola says each project engages in a substantial social or cultural issue. One of the recipients of the Institute for Disabilities, a Temple university. Lisa Sana, born director of the institute's media, arts and culture, says a grant of $359,000 will be used to explore the pen, Hearst State School and Hospital which closed in 1987. We thought that there was room to tell the story of pen Hearst in a new way, and one that really centered On the voices of people of disabilities and their families of the people who were most directly impacted by the practice of institutionalization. Currently, pen Hirsch has been used as a haunted house attraction, an idea Sonneborn says that those in the disabled community find offensive. Kim Glovis

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"kim glovis" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:28 min | 4 months ago

"kim glovis" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Women's Equity stages a road rally to get out the vote and celebrate the 1/100 anniversary of the 19th amendment. Okay, what'll be used. Kim Glovis has more the rude really kicked off Friday at Drexel University's East Falls campus with female race car drivers leading the way. Lindy Uncle is the founder and director of the bipartisan Vision 2020, which is part of the Drexel University College of Medicine. There's a lot of symbolism here, which is women driving chain. Women accelerating the pace of progress, and Nikhil says the theme she leads reinforces that she s H is an acronym that stands for shaping the future honoring the past and enriching the present, eagle says honoring the past celebrates the 1/100 anniversary of women winning the right to vote. She says, enriching the presence about encouraging women, especially young women on the importance of voting because right now only one in three women eligible to vote actually cast a ballot and vehicle adds shaping the future calls on enriching future generations by securing gender equality. Kim Glovis k y w News radio or all our local 2020 election coverage. Go to Kei. What've you news radio dot com slash Vote 25. It's money news on gay whatever you Here's Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini coaches is a big favorite, and most of the country falters. Coffee was one of the favorites decades ago, and now young people are reaching. For Mrs Olsen's coffee again falters helped lead JM Smucker's coffees. Into more than a million new households during pandemic shutdowns, and instead of being a boomer coffee way could make coffee he like vultures is now using a more current look with young workers and embarrassing zoom call moments. Your whole team, sincere guy. Some analysts say sales may not grind much higher. Given the competition. I think the winners of the market are going to be the more premium retail coffee, Franz. But Caleb Bryant, associate director of food and drink at mental Also says there's opportunity for Folger's You can sell a, you know extra large canister of coffee at a compelling price point that is going to appeal to some of those more budget conscious consumers. With money news from Bloomberg on K Y W I'm Denise Pellegrini or the first time this season fans in the stands at the link will have that story coming up on K Y W News radio. It's 2 26, wearing a mask is no fun,.

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"kim glovis" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:44 min | 4 months ago

"kim glovis" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"And working to get the vote out. I'm Kim Glovis that's coming up right after traffic and weather on the two sponsored by Shriners Hospitals for Children. Let's look at the roadways with Brian. Ramona. Hi, Brian. Hey, that's so looking at the bottom of the jam cams. We are looking at the vice and expressway eastbound. So you're jammed in both directions. Now it's not the westbound side. That's the problem. It's the eastbound side where we have a broken down car in the left lane right as you get to the broad street exit, So everybody's trying to squeeze over the left and you know how people are. They don't want to really give an inch so You're backup all the way on to the Scougall eastbound starting at Montgomery trying to get to this point. Now we're already looking at delays on 76 westbound from university to South Street because of construction, and we're seeing some westbound delays. Also around City Avenue around the curve, then between Henderson and Tuo Tu 95 north and slows from the Betsy Ross Bridge to Bridge Street That's in the construction. There were also getting report of a disabled vehicle on 95 south down just after the blue room, starting thinking up a little bit there as well. All bridges. They're looking pretty good. We're in great shape in South Jersey, and no major delays with mass transit. You have a child with an orthopedic condition go to Shriners hospitals for Children. Their care is not limited to insurance networks. They do whatever it takes to help your child Shriners hospitals for Children the most amazing care anywhere. Trainers Philadelphia don organ in the cable above 24 Hour traffic Center. I'm Brian Ramona. Now the NBC 11th alert for cares, turning milder as we roll through the afternoon. Some high clouds later in the day and we have reached our forecast high of 66 degrees. Tonight. Mostly clear dry lo drops down to 50 tomorrow. Partly.

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Live Updates: Election 2020

KYW 24 Hour News

02:27 min | 4 months ago

Live Updates: Election 2020

"Just more than two weeks to go before the election, things are heating up on the campaign trail. President Trump made two stops yesterday. Florida and Georgia. Georgia has surprisingly become a battleground state this election cycle while there he talked about proven 19 and its effects on his wife and youngest son, barren, barren, tested positive. The first lady is doing great, and she didn't do the Regeneron things. He did it The old fashioned like she got better. Joe Biden was in Michigan yesterday. With more here is correspondent Skylar Henry do anything to distract us from focusing on his failures? To deal with his virus by then continued to focus on the president's handling of the Corona virus pandemic during stops in Michigan, a swing state where polls show him leading how many times in WC make fun of Biden wearing a mask. Experts say We'll lose nearly 200,000 more lives in the next few once all because this president cares more. About his Park Avenue perspective on the world in the stock market than he does about you. Earlier this week, three people in the orbit of the bidet Harris campaign tested positive for Corona virus. Campaign said Neither Biden and Harris were in close contact with those people. Harris suspended travel plans through tomorrow out of an abundance of caution. Pennsylvania Secretary of State answered questions about the upcoming general election and the wildly popular melon ballots. W skin glow. Vis has more on that Secretary of State Kathy Book far says there have been 2.7 million Malin or absentee ballots approved statewide and so far 26% of them have been returned. He's urging all voters who requested mail in ballots to return them this week to avoid any delays in the mail, But book for ads if you asked for a mail in ballot and changed your mind and wanna vote in person. You can do that when you get your bounce in the mail. Hold onto it. Hold on to the whole thing. The balance and the envelopes. Go on November 30, your polling place When you get to the poll workers hand in your whole ballot and Hannah envelopes and just city. I want to surrender my mail in ballot. I want a vote in person. Marcus Brown of the Department of Homeland Security, joined book far and said he Congar Inti. This will be a safe and secure voting season, Brown said. This is not the first time that concerns like voter fraud rigged elections and threats of violence have been raised at an election and police and election to fish. Lt's are prepared. Brown also said if you have any issues at a polling place, first, contact election officials on site and then contact local law enforcement Kim Glovis K Y. W News radio There's

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"kim glovis" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:35 min | 4 months ago

"kim glovis" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Germantown. Kois. W's Kim Glovis reports on a bizarre Siri's of events, which also left one woman dead and a few others injured. It started around 3 A.m. Thursday morning at ST Luke's Church, Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw, a violent and armed individual began a cycle of events that will forever Change the lives of countless countless people. Including a very Young Innocent woman whose life was just beginning family, Cochran entered ST Loosen, was confronted by a woman who lives and works, their police say. After more than 30 minutes of back and forth with the woman, Cochran fired a shot inside the church. That's when police say the woman threw him her car keys, and he left. Minutes later at Green and Maplewood. Police say Cochran tried to carjack another vehicle, but the driver put the car in reverse and fled. The driver spotted police cruisers and flag them down, giving them conference description. In the meantime, police say, Cochran stopped another car fatally shooting 19 year old Skylar. Owens Mooney in the head. A male passenger in the vehicle was also shot. He survived. Officers finally confronted copper Net Rittenhouse in Germantown Avenue. Shots were exchanged. Coppin tried and failed to steal a police cruiser. Then one of the officers got the gunman in his sights and fatally shot him. Kim Glovis K Y. W News Radio President Trump is expected to speak today to a big crowd on the South Lawn of the White House from the Blue Room balcony. The president is expected to give a law and order speech to a crowd of black conservatives on the South Lawn. A source familiar with the events as attendees will be instructed to wear masks that two weeks after what Dr Anthony found she called a super spreader, the Rose Garden announcement of the president's Supreme Court pick. Found. She spoke with CBS News radio, the concern of myself and my my fellow physicians, or that the people out there might not take this virus is seriously as you should. Stephen Portnoy CBS News Arts of Louisiana and Texas, already recovering from Hurricane Laura, now being hit with another strong storm. Delta is now down to a tropical storm, but earlier it was a lot stronger and hit a region that has already been hit too much this season. Here's Perry Robinson of Kono We TV Hurricane Delta made landfall on the Louisiana's coast Friday. Bringing in strong winds in the tents, rifle the governor's office and goes up immediately open the state's mega shelter in Alexandria, But once they reached capacity, people were directed to the one ambassador people can afford. This is for your accommodation, and that's what's good about it. Citizens. Tom Foti CBS News at 607. The death of rocker Eddie.

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"kim glovis" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:37 min | 4 months ago

"kim glovis" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"22 down to Chae Chester at two right lanes closed for Robert. Next update less than 10 minutes on Billy Dawson in the K Y w 24 hour Traffic center. Now, the five day forecast here's NBC 11th Alert meteorologist Crystal Klein. Good morning. I'm expecting high clouds throughout today, but we will remain dry with the forecast High temperature of 78 by this afternoon. Should make for a nice day to get outside of you have any fall plans? You certainly could do so. Will become a little breezy in the afternoon as well as we go into tonight, we'll drop down to 64 degrees for the low and then Sunday we're watching that moisture from what was once hurricane Delta 73 degrees is the forecast high on Sunday. We are looking a rain late afternoon into the evening. Those chances start to increase as we go into your Monday a cooler day 66 for the high We are quite rainy throughout the day as well again thanks that moisture from Delta And even Tuesday morning a chance of showers with a high of 76 drying out in the afternoon. As we get into your Wednesday that forecast high is 74 a good deal. Sunshine is expected. I'm NBC 11th Alert meteorologist Crystal Clyde with your most accurate forecast countenance right now 60 and cloudy It's 604 more details have been released about a police shooting this week that left a man dead early Thursday morning in Germantown. Kois. W's Kim Glovis reports on a bizarre Siri's of events, which also left one woman dead and a few others injured. It started around 3 A.m. Thursday morning at ST Luke's Church, Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw, a violent and armed individual began a cycle of.

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13 Former Devereux Residents Sue Foundation for Sexual Assault in Philadelphia

KYW 24 Hour News

01:01 min | 5 months ago

13 Former Devereux Residents Sue Foundation for Sexual Assault in Philadelphia

"Is being sued by 13 former Dent's accusing the behavioral health centers of negligence, sexual assault and other crimes that happened while they were Children. Hey, What about use Kim Glovis reports. The lawsuit claims Deborah and its affiliated businesses did nothing to stop systemic sexual assault of Children in its care for decades, and that resulted in severe and permanent issues to these 13 victims who are now adults. Deborah was a behavioral health organization founded to provide care for those with intellectual and developmental disabilities, including autism and other mental health needs. Attorney Kristen Fed is one of the lawyers representing the groupies were vulnerable Children. Placed in a facility responsible for their protection, and you really had a horrendous betrayal of trust by the Devereaux. Staff members. Complaint alleges Devereaux created a predatory hunting ground for its staff, in a statement. Devereaux says it hasn't seen the lawsuit but is conducting an independent audit of policies and procedures regarding safety of the Children's programs. Statement says there's hard work to be done and that Deborah committed many years ago to doing it. Kim

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New course at Philadelphia's La Salle University explores trauma through lens of hip hop

KYW 24 Hour News

00:59 min | 5 months ago

New course at Philadelphia's La Salle University explores trauma through lens of hip hop

"Are getting a chance to study of culture. They may have been a part of whatever he's came, Global's tells us that one professor is mixing hip hop. With its transformative effect on trauma that's rapper Meek Mill singing, traumatized, autobiographical hip hop song about his childhood in Philadelphia. Dr. Trent McClaren, assistant professor of education at LaSalle, says the course focuses on trauma and how hip hop music and dance moves people through its resilience and strength and talks about a lot of different events. And you can look at each event as being a singular event. And then once you step back and really look at look at his story, he paints You start to connect secret things become more complex. McClaren wants his students to listen and see what story is unfolding. Michael is to teach the concept of understanding of what trauma is and also what it sounds like what it looks like. Dude, some of the artwork that is, says Key is looking at how artists use music and dance to overcome the traumas in their lives. Kim Glovis k

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"kim glovis" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:10 min | 6 months ago

"kim glovis" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Minutes. I mean Bush with Greg Orlandini and Dan Micah at the editor's desk. Families in three suburban community said to shell out their own cash to clean up P. Foss contaminated water four years that contamination stemming from fire fighting foam used in the Willow Grove Air Force base. Now those homeowners are going to get reimbursed. None of these Kim Glovis reports $2.6 million will be distributed to the horse and Water Authority, Warminster Municipal Authority and the North Wales Water Authority. State representative Todd Stevens, who introduced legislation last year to reimburse homeowners says this was a long time coming roughly four years or so. They've been additional costs one form or another, so it'll be nice to finally get them, get them some money back in their pockets for a change, Stephen says. On average, each family shelled out about $200 for remediation. But hope Gross at the Bucks Mott Coalition for Safer Water says it's more like $500 or more per family, she says. Many families have staggering bills from cancer and other illnesses directly linked to Pee. Five. Now we're just getting paid back for water, but maybe not their cancer ville or their doctor bills or their health bills that should be reimbursed. Stephen says. This money is the first installment from the military installation or Mediation Infrastructure Authority, which he chairs. He says more money will be arriving before the end of the year. Kim Glovis K Y. W News radio governor Murphy is calling on lawmakers to pass a measure that would put $1000 assigned for every baby born in New Jersey, starting in January. Governor unveiled his baby Bonds proposal late last month when he announced his 2021 budget. But this event came as lawmakers in Trenton hold hearings about his spending plan. It's got to be finalized by the end of this month. The governor says New Jersey would be the first state with such a baby bond program if approved by the Democrats, who lead the legislature. 3 48. Now massive wildfires continue to rage up and down the West Coast. They are fueled in part by powerful gusts of hot, dry wind. The flames have forced people who live in some areas to frantically escaped their homes. Just the clothes on their backs. CBS's Daniel Bacchus.

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Indoor theaters in Philadelphia can reopen today but it may not be feasible for many of them

KYW 24 Hour News

01:03 min | 6 months ago

Indoor theaters in Philadelphia can reopen today but it may not be feasible for many of them

"Are allowed to reopen today under new guidelines from the Health Department. But Kim Globus reports some of the theaters don't think they can be. They can make it financially. To reopen their doors. Under the current restrictions. Philadelphia's fringe festival opens on Wednesday, September 10th. Most of the events will be virtual, with some performed outdoors. Nick's Duccio, president and performing director of the French festival, says theaters need a full house to make money and the city guidelines don't allow that. If we could only do that, say 25% of a house that is not enough revenue for us to support because of a production. Lee Goldenberg is managing director of the Wilma Theater, She says limiting the audience won't pay the bills. It is not Table for us to open with the current restrictions not only because of the number of audience but we don't feel that we have safe working conditions for a safe environment for live performance. And he says the timeline is tight. We can't just run out and start producing with two weeks notice, which is what we've received perversity Kim Glovis K y W News radio, well firefighters all

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"kim glovis" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:31 min | 6 months ago

"kim glovis" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Statehouse bill will allow them to restart. I'm Kim Glovis that's coming up next here on K Y W news radio, But it's 7 52. It's time for traffic and weather on the twos, and it's sponsored by Gary Barbera's bar Baratheon on the Boulevard. Let's go back to Car E Moses in the Traffic center. All right, J We still have bumper to bumper traffic east on the scuba expressway from the blue route to the approach of Belmont. The good news is that accident has just been cleared to the right side. So everything is open ahead of you. But it is still at a crawl again all the way back to the blue room. 4 76 westbound Slow city have out to the approach of glad with 95 right now not seeing any major delays. Roosevelt Boulevard South found that is heavy from broad street to the approach of Fox. That's an accident blocking the right lane, and that's slowing things down just a little bit, and let's go to New Jersey. Now we're still have shore. Volume is people head back from a long holiday weekend Atlantic City Expressway Westbound We're jammed up from Winslow to the approach of William's Town, and then 55 North found its heavy from Deptford up to the approach of 40 to Garden State Parkway North found still look out for those delays. As you head through Somers Point. Now, today's Labor Day sale. It's bigger than a marathon. It's better than a triathlon. It's bar Baratheon. The tents erupt and the prices and payments are down. 300 jeeps cheap 200 discounted Dodgers and rams Gary Barbera has one more thing to say. Have a happy and safe labor Day in the k y w 24 hour Traffic Center. I'm Kyrie noses. Thank you so much fiery. And now the NBC 11th alert forecast expected Mostly clear and mild conditions overnight, going to find out some patchy fog toward morning otherwise another beautiful.

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Philadelphia arts venues to go red for live events workers

KYW 24 Hour News

01:21 min | 6 months ago

Philadelphia arts venues to go red for live events workers

"In Philadelphia are allowed to reopen September. 8th venues cannot exceed 50% capacity with a maximum of 25. People allowed. Tonight some theaters in arts venues in the city or going red from nine until the midnight lights on arts venues throughout throughout the the region region will will be be read read to to shine shine a a spotlight spotlight on on the the urgent urgent need need for for those those working working in in the the arts arts community. community. Kois Kois W's W's Kim Kim Glovis Glovis reports reports of of part part of of a a nationwide nationwide red red alert campaign. The idea is to show the public how many venues air closed because the arts were shuttered from the beginning of the pandemic. Brian Butler is with the Philadelphia chapter of the live events. Coalition 62% of parts and entertainment workers are fully unemployed, and even the ones who are still employed. Somehow 94% of them say they have some sort of income. Los Artes workers include ushers, designer stagehands, an ancillary businesses that supply Fighting or costumes. Zachary James is an actor, an opera singer based in Philadelphia. Was the pandemic assistance on mysteriously vanished about 10 weeks ago, it just says in progress. Which is not progress. Live events wants Congress to pass the restart act, which would bring back pandemic unemployment assistance for workers in arts and entertainment. Butler would like to see all supporters of the arts, contact their lawmakers and urged them to pass the bill. Kim

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Bucks health director wants modified quarantine for schools

KYW 24 Hour News

01:06 min | 6 months ago

Bucks health director wants modified quarantine for schools

"Official is advocating a modified quarantine for anyone who tests positive for Corona virus as a new school year begins. The plan relies heavily on masking As we hear from cable to use. Kim Globus. Dr David Damn, stur says the problem with the 14 Day Quarantine is it's very disruptive, especially in a school setting. Schools should not shut down every time there's a case in the school every time there's a case in the classroom, because then it becomes a game of ping Pong. Where someone says, Oh, I was possibly exposed or I'm gonna shut down the plant from fortunes, the kids going back and forth back and forth. Damn school, says the county has actually been using the modified quarantine with first responders since March in thousands of cases, and he says it works, he says exposed Person wears a mask, monitor symptoms and goes about their business well, walking around like pointing all the time anyway, and I think that once people think about it that way they realized you know what? What's the difference? When you go into a store? You already assumed that everyone around you has Corona bars. That's why we're masking distancing, right? That's the whole point. Dancer says Schools will be monitored closely to watch for community spread, he says. If that happens, it means the health and safety plan is not working. Kim Glovis

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One of Philadelphia's most historic streets now has a podcast

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01:07 min | 6 months ago

One of Philadelphia's most historic streets now has a podcast

"One of Philadelphia's most historic blocks, now has a podcast with its name on it. Why W's Kim Glovis reports? Elfriede Sally is going high tech introducing the tally cast. That's right. It's called the Alley cast, and it's an eight episode podcast recently Wrap its first season. Ted Moss, director of Alfred Sally says the two room museum provide some information. But he says the idea behind the podcast is to extend the engagement with the historic street so that if somebody comes in half an hour, walking through a museum they can on their way home downloading of the podcast and keep that conversation going. Must says the podcast was a result of two people beginning an internship in May and the pandemic shutting everything down. He says. The two interns did a great job in the little little time time they they had had We We talk talk about about 200 200 years. years. Seems Seems very very broad. broad. We We talk talk about about big big ideas ideas in in future future season. season. I'm I'm hoping hoping that that we we can can kill kill down down and and do do a a little little more more in in depth depth on on on on small topic must says discussions are underway with local universities to get students involved for the next season. Hopefully, summer 2021 Kim Glovis K Y. W News radio. The

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"kim glovis" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:35 min | 7 months ago

"kim glovis" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Wall. Whitman Bridge Watch out for construction. Two lanes are blocked mass transit, not reporting any major problems. I'm just dropping in to Kow 24 hour traffic center. The five day forecast is NBC 10 1st Alert meteorologist Glenn Hurricane Schwartz. Well, we've got a dry night ahead. But after that things change and we need to dry out some more, but we're not going to get the chance. Tonight Partly cloudy with low 70 tomorrow. Mostly cloudy showers and thunderstorms developing some of them even in the morning, and some could be briefly heavy. High 81 Friday cloudy with occasional showers. The high 79 things start to dry out over the weekend. Saturday. Early clouds giving way to sunshine High 86 just the slight chance of a shower in the afternoon. Now on Sunday, mostly sunny and hot with a high n your 90 same story for Monday. I'm NBC 11th Alert meteorologist Glenn Hurricane Schwartz with their most accurate forecast, count on We've got a mostly cloudy sky for you 84 degrees here in center city. As we work our way down to 70. It's not 05 A five year old Lansdale girl who wandered from her home in the middle of yesterday's fierce storms has been found dead in a Montgomery County Creek K Y W is Kim Glovis reports is believed that she was swept away by fast moving floodwater elements in township police chief Tim Dickinson says Eliza tell Allah young, nonverbal autistic girl left her family home on Spring Valley Road around noon Tuesday. Elements and Creek runs behind the family home. And he says, that's where the little girl went. ELISA went out of the house around the time of the height of the storm. We all know how bad that was. That Creek was very swollen, so we believe based on the circumstances and again, we're still investigating, but we believe based on the circumstances. That she left the house on somehow got into the water, of course, was holding. Dickinson says her body was discovered in Fisher's park Wednesday morning by a resident assisting in the search. Park is about two miles from the family home. The chief says there's no indication of foul play, but the investigation is ongoing. He says the search was extensive and included boats, helicopters, drones and search and rescue crews and concerned neighbors. Kim Glovis k y w news radio a lot of people in Delaware County or cleaning up and repairing their properties. After those strong winds and high water ripped through their neighborhoods. W's Justin Trudeau surveyed some of the damage the waters have receded. But life is far from being back to normal For many of the residents next to the door Be Creek, which flooded a large portion of their neighborhood. I lost.

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Isaias Brings Flooding, Stranded Cars to Delaware County

KYW 24 Hour News

01:05 min | 7 months ago

Isaias Brings Flooding, Stranded Cars to Delaware County

"Storm storm CCS CCS cause cause major major problems problems on on roads roads throughout throughout the the region. region. Kate Kate Why Why don't don't you you skip skip Clovis Clovis Reports Reports first first responders responders were were busy busy with with water water rescues. rescues. Dozens Dozens of of vehicles vehicles have have been been flooded flooded or or submerged submerged after after trying trying to to maneuver maneuver through through deep deep waters waters on on area area roadways, roadways, and and that's that's causing causing problems for emergency personnel. Tim Voices director of Delaware County Emergency Services finding was delays of first responders being able to get to those that are calling for help. Road razor blocked and often first responders are coming across other vehicles. Are floating on water, so this is a dangerous time. People need to stay off the roads. Boy says that there's a barricade up across the road. First responders have been there and driver should not try to get through, he says. Another problem is people calling 911 hanging up because the wait is too long. If you hang up and call back, you're generating too calls, which is tying up the line. We know people are panicked. We know that it's dangerous situation. But call number one stay on the line and will answer the call Emergency services and the Red Cross or not putting people displaced by the storm in hotels and not shelters because of the pandemic. And boy says This is the first time that is being implemented. Kim Glovis K Y. W News

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"kim glovis" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:35 min | 8 months ago

"kim glovis" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"C plan for details. Geico 15 minutes could save you 15% or more on car insurance. Right now. 7 52 Can you escape the corona virus by moving out of the city? I'm Kim Glovis, and we'll have that story after we get the story of traffic and weather on this Tuesday for traffic, Billy Dawson All right, John, Still watching this situation developed here at Don't have the jam Kim on it. But I can tell you based on the traffic that I do see and my trusty Waze users out there. We can't verify that we've got a sad accident. 76 eastbound. Scougall Expressway right at the exit for Gerardo, Right? Passed the exit for Gerard. We've got this accident and maybe just tying up a right lane as I can. From what I can tell it looks like everyone seems to be moving over to the left on the approach there but as a set so we don't have the direct eyeballs Honestly, just heads up in that area. Let's go over into New Jersey now picking up an accident and this was starting to cause a little bit of a backup is well. This is the Atlantic City Express Way, a CX eastbound just east of Exit nine. We have a Ah looks like all lanes are closed. Right now. We got about 1/2 mile delay starting to build up starting to build here. We'll get some more information on that again. A CX eastbound just past Exit nine. Next update in less than 10 minutes. I'm Billy Dawson in the K Y w 24 hour traffic center. Time now for our check of NBC, 11th alert weather this morning. A mixture of clouds and some sunshine. More human temperature's climbing into the lower eighties by noon this afternoon, partly son.

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"kim glovis" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:37 min | 9 months ago

"kim glovis" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Masks and there's a website to help connect with them I'm Kim glovis that's coming up right after traffic and weather on the two sponsored by anthology senior living of king of Prussia we got problems on the expressway has sent yeah brand a last couple minutes an accident westbound direction it looks like it's closer to my car ram Singh a delay from Gerard al to Montgomery drive approach problem is an accident up ahead that is blocking the right lane as we speak now again the eastbound Schuylkill expressway a lot above a delays traveling through Conshohocken on the curb it's just a lot of the sun glare problems there and then we continue into town only give you a warning starting a little more than an hour from now they're gonna be closing the eastbound Schuylkill expressway exit to go directly into center city on the sound bite that ran close till around three o'clock that begins at nine o'clock so again you're gonna be detoured over to thirtieth street and follow the detour with that is going to be a delay for those of you have to drive in this morning beginning at nine o'clock you're in for it for that date for getting off the vine now beyond that okay we're looking in fairly good shape on the ninety five expressway south from the north east busy but moving it's heaviest travel down tort Allegheny north on ninety five to get ready for bright sun in your eyes right around four fifty two in Delaware County claim my clearing that accident it was a one vehicle spin on the center median north on four ninety five at Philadelphia pike you're blocking the left lane for a while I got that out of the way across the bridge is a bit busy on the Ben Franklin bridge look that they're already setting up construction mass transit regional rails are still operating on a scale back life line service schedule on the Paco high speed line increasing frequency of trains during the morning rush so this is new this morning the running every fifteen minutes and.

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"kim glovis" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"kim glovis" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Hour the number of cases of Wuhan coronavirus surged suddenly in Italy and South Korea that but two major economies to more major economies at risk after continuing to cause widespread disruption in China CBS news business analyst Jill Slazenger these are large developed economies that are now starting to feel the brunt yeah of course it does not even come close to comparing with what's going on in China because you a hundred and fifty cases in Italy is not the same as thousands right but now you're starting to hear investors say things like this well wait a second if we've just gotten a big spike in Italy then what happens if it gets to Germany what happens in France and by the way the European area was already experiencing fairly slow growth could this pushed the area into a recession as a result of the market panic some analysts are starting to wonder if the federal reserve and other central banks will soon be forced to cut interest rates even further the White House says the markets are reacting to the news of the day as they should but the overall economy remains strong police in Germany say dozens of people have been heard several seriously when a car slammed into a carnival parade in a small town drivers been arrested a cause for the crash has not been given eleven thirty six Kobe Bryant and his daughter G. on a I'll be honored today in the building where he built much of his basketball dynasty and legacy of the staples center in Los Angeles is going to be with a part of who we are in what the Lakers in Los Angeles is all about forever it's Kareem Abdul Jabbar the arena is expected to be filled to capacity with many fans who watched Kobe play as well as family and friends Dana Jacobson says the event will feature music and retrospectives of Kobe's career along with speakers reflecting on his impact on the sport the memorial is also expected to be Vanessa Bryant's first public appearance since the death of her husband and daughter in an Instagram post she said today's date two twenty four twenty is particularly symbolic with the month and day representing Kobe and G. honest Jersey numbers and the year representing the number of years Vanessa and Kobe were together the Kobe is thirteen year old daughter and several others seven others died in a helicopter crash in California last month it's eleven thirty seven new study shows people in Philadelphia are becoming less reliant on cars with other forms of transportation picking up the slack they're one of these give Glover spoke with some work trying to move things further in that direction the study by compare car insurance dot com says Philadelphia is the eighth at least car dependent city in the nation Matthew Nicholas co organizer of Philly E. writers whose members ride east gooders D. bikes and east Cape boards I've written on scooters and skateboards were comparing a full suit my walk up and I checked in my board and it's as if I didn't work Nichol says Philly you writers have a presence on Facebook and more than two hundred members it's definitely see that being a growing trend among all the big cities but especially Philadelphia Philadelphia right now has been working on increasing it slightly Erin rich the city's transportation programs manager says cars are not going away there weren't how people get around but we also realize that the roads are going to get any whiter in center city or really any place in Philadelphia and for that reason the city has a long term plan to incorporate more bike trails better walkable options and improve transit system in the years to come Kim glovis K. Y. W. news radio breaking news on KYW newsradio jurors in Harvey Weinstein's rape trial in New York City have reached a verdict we don't know what it is they haven't announced it in court yet and when we do know we will bring that to you live now the jurors last week on Friday signaled they weren't able.

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Indego e-bikes return to Philadelphia docking stations

KYW 24 Hour News

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Indego e-bikes return to Philadelphia docking stations

"On a lighter note Philadelphia's indigo electric bikes are returning to city streets K. Y. W. Kim glovis spoke with one of the city's top officials on transportation about the latest on the program the indigo E. bikes have already started appearing on city streets after being pulled in January this year about two hundred to two hundred and fifty bikes will be available throughout the city on any given day Erin rich the city's transportation programs manager says the bikes are very popular to popular last year ten percent of the fleet was not returned we also know that they were popular enough and desirable enough that some people intentionally misused on that's just kind of a fact with any public program or anything that happens in the real world is that things don't go exactly as planned or exactly as you'd wish them to read to add changes to credit card rules mean writers can no longer use generic gift cards the city hopes to expand the area for E. bikes currently they can be accessed from diamond street to the Navy Yard and from the Delaware River west to forty eighth street Rick says for a big city Philadelphia has an undersized bike share program for now

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