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Former Philadelphia police leader: Washington, DC's Capitol police seemed unprepared

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01:07 min | Last week

Former Philadelphia police leader: Washington, DC's Capitol police seemed unprepared

"Justice reporter Kristin Joe Hansen tells us a former high ranking Philly cop says the agency didn't seem prepared for a day that they knew was going to be tense. Washington D. C has 32 law enforcement agencies the U. S Capitol has its Oh, I got a very professional organization. But they also found that they could just be a little bit territorial. Now retired former Philadelphia police deputy commissioner and chief Inspector of Homeland Security, Jo Sullivan, but this city through the 2016 DNC and worked with Capitol police to secure the event, he says there should have been perimeter set up at all building access points both inside and outside in the situation that they did not accept any help from the D. C. Police, who had announced days ago that they were going to be all hang His own deck. There are guidelines as to how the partnerships are expected to be organized and how they're supposed to work together, Solomon says. In this case, it looks like the Capitol police didn't call in other federal resource is to assist. That's something that will be a matter of discussion in the future. When they go back and do a hot Washington's incident and find out how this occurred. You've got protesters sitting in the House Chambers and Senate chambers. That's just not acceptable. Kristen Joe

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Violent Start To 2021 In Philadelphia After Nearly 500 People Murdered In 2020

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01:21 min | 2 weeks ago

Violent Start To 2021 In Philadelphia After Nearly 500 People Murdered In 2020

"Well, it didn't take long for the city to record its first homicide of 2021. Philadelphia Police say a 37 year old man was shot and killed around 12 30 this morning near Rittner Street in South Philly. It follows one of the deadlier years on record for Philadelphia with at least 499 homicide victims and 2020 our crime and justice reporter Kristin Jo Hanson explains. That number is nearly 150 more than 2019 most or younger, black men between the ages of 18 and 34 years old. We're seeing mainly argument and then second to that would be around narcotics or drugs, especially in the East Division Police Commissioner Daniel Outlaw when there's arguments, then there's retaliation. The number of people shot Are up 55% about 2200 victims, including more women and Children. With all of these things going on, We're still continue to get the guns off the street Outlaws says every year, officers confiscate more guns up in 2020 about 15% from last year and about 20% more gun related arrests are offenders and our victim's. There's commonalities there. They've either had previous arrests for of Ufa or for possession with intent to distribute, or they've been a shooting victim before, she says all of the partners in the criminal justice System need to take responsibility and we are but one part of it, but we just can't be everywhere at all. Times. Kristen Joe Hansen came by W News radio

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Prosecutors withdraw first-degree murder charges against former Philadelphia police officer

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01:06 min | Last month

Prosecutors withdraw first-degree murder charges against former Philadelphia police officer

"The city's district attorney, has replaced first degree murder charges against the former Philadelphia police officer in the killing of an unarmed black man three years ago. This comes weeks after the officer was first charged The update from Kyiv any crime and justice reporter Kristin Jo Hanson, Eric wrote. Junior now faces third degree murder. Involuntary manslaughter in the death of Dennis plowed in who authorities say was unarmed when the former police officer shot him. A grand jury recommended first degree and third degree murder charges and district Attorney Larry Krasner announce truck was charged with both in October, but about two weeks ago, the D. A withdrew first degree. Plowden was fatally shot December of 2017 when prosecutors say he struck three parked cars during a high speed chase, hit a pole and then fell to the ground getting out of the car and that's when they say Rock shot him once striking him in the head Rock posted bail on this place under house arrest. A spokesperson for the district attorney's office has not said why the first degree murder charge was dropped, but says they exercise process. Editorial discretion as they always do. Kristen Joe Hansen came by W News radio. The U.

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Homicides in Philadelphia Near an All-Time High

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01:06 min | Last month

Homicides in Philadelphia Near an All-Time High

"The highest number of homicides for one year in 30 years. 444 victims so far that includes those five murders in 24 hours, and there's still a month to go on the calendar year. Ky Jelly do Crime and Justice reporter Christian Joan's. It tells us the violent surges, prompting little comment from city leaders. A 44 year old man was gunned down in Strawberry mansion in about a half An hour later, 50 year old was shot and killed along fourth Street near only in only in southwest Philadelphia. A 21 year old was killed along 53rd and Willows, while a 29 year old was fatally wounded along north broad and clear fields. The last Time this many people in the city were killed was in 1990 when the year and total was 500 victims, According to Philadelphia police, law enforcement leaders and the mayor have on. Lee commented about the homicide rate when they're asked. There's been no statement so far about the latest numbers. Earlier this week, 12 year old Siddique Clark Harrison in Frankfurt was shot in the head by his front door while his younger sister and grandmother were inside the home. Police officials say. With just about a month to go feel they could hit the highest number of homicide victims in this city's history. Kristen Joe

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Philadelphia police bodycam video shows officers trying to get Walter Wallace Jr. to drop knife before they shoot him

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01:26 min | 2 months ago

Philadelphia police bodycam video shows officers trying to get Walter Wallace Jr. to drop knife before they shoot him

"Evening, the city of Philadelphia released the body cam footage, along with the 901 call from last week's police shooting death of Walter Wallace Jr. Here's next, Sir, from that 9 11 call the door to my mother, My father and my brother. They called earlier and it did not go in that the heat always hit my mother. My father. I'm always selling now. Okay? One of you's crime Injustice. Reporter Kristin Joe Hansen has more details on the video from Philadelphia Police Officer Thomas months. The footage starts with Walter Wallace here at the top of the steps of a red rowhome along Locus Street near 61st telling the cops to come up. Ah, woman of the top says. Two officers, Thomas Month and Sean Matt's Rockso. See tonight. Wallace then descend the stairs to the sidewalk. He walks along the cars and then in between, there was a lot for setting in the direction of one officer and then the other. A woman comes running up and tries to get the ninth out of his hands. Dr. Wallace takes a hop and a stride into the street towards the other officer, And then the shots were fired. 14 total woman screaming SWAT. Officers as night lay next to Wallace, another woman in the pink coat on the man rushed over one cop, then rushes to get the car and visit up next to the body. Authorities saved the tape is played for as long as the family allowed it to play. Kristen Joe

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"kristen joe" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

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04:15 min | 2 months ago

"kristen joe" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"In Philadelphia now, Special coverage. On came white W. NewsRadio after two nights of looting and vandalism, mostly in Port Richmond last night at this time following the police involved, shooting death Monday afternoon of Walter Wallace in Cobbs Creek. Philadelphia is under a citywide curfew. It began at nine tonight, runs through six in the morning. So far this evening, some minor protest with nothing large scale observed. There have been a few arrests around the 18th police district at 55th and Pine Street. There is alluding incident reported police are looking into at a department store on city AB. Police Commissioner Daniel Outlaw reflect, saying the looting at Castor and Air Eremenko last night had nothing to do with the West Philly protest. Y w. Crime and Justice reporter Christian Joe Hansen tells us the commissioner also will release police body camera footage of the fatal encounter as well as the 9 11 call The audio and video won't be released immediately is police. Mr Daniel Outlaw says they want the family to have a chance to review it. I have every intention on being transparent in the footage will speak for itself. Outlaw would not answer specific details in the death of Walter Wallace, like how many times I'm one was called that day or the history of the phone calls, But that's what the investigation will reveal what was known to the officers at the time it was finding what was dispatched how that information was shared, and then how that information was utilized as it relates to the police response, she says, they're now reviewing how officers were trained and how they respond to is a plethora of things. It's not just how we respond to someone with a weapon is how you respond to someone in crisis. And that's not just at the patrol level. He also needs to look at what we're dispatching our dispatching the types of questions that we're asking what information is really. The police union president also called on the release of the video. Kristen Joe Hansen, K Y. W News Radio president Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden and reflect on the police involved, shooting and the looting and Philadelphia. On that, after traffic and weather on the twos, sponsored by Window nation by through Windows. Get to freak Wall 866 90 Nation or whittle nation dot com. Let's start with the roads. Good evening carry Moses. Hi. Good evening, Steve. Quiet on the Rose, as you'd expect with the curfew in effect, But the construction is still out there, especially on 95. We're seeing it delays right now. South bound from the Commodore Barry Bridge, The Chai Chester out of the two right lanes. There are block north or 95 between the Delaware State line in Chai Chester. The left lane is closed west on the school expressway. She's the ongoing construction between 30th Street. And between university and 30th Street in the left lane and Market Street is actually blocked tonight between 63rd and Garrett Road. Police have that blocked off and then in Bucks County, it's construction of Route one both ways. Nearing a shammy. The left lane is blocked and Western to 95 near the Newtown exit. You've got work crew set up blocking the right lane. Out on the Pennsylvania Turnpike. It's roadwork eastbound between Norristown and Virginia Drive. Only the left Lane is getting by a little farther west on the turnpike between downtown and Morgan Town. The right lane is closed in both directions. And in New Jersey. Just a heads up for traveling south on to 95. The rant at South found 42 freeway is closed for construction until five o'clock in the morning. In the K y w 24 hour traffic Center. I'm Kyrie Moses. The five day forecast sponsored by Hunterson, Plumbing, heating cooling. Here's NBC 11th Alert. Meteorologist Britney Ship Overnight clouds continue to develop with rain expected by the morning alot of 52 degrees throughout the day Thursday to total washout rain expected all day heavy at times and even the potential for flooding. That's why we've issued a first alert. Her highs right around 54 degrees. By Friday. Rain continues but will gradually taper off towards the early afternoon. Gusty one speeds expected with a high of just 46 degrees. Then on Saturday, we dry out, Sonny, but unseasonably cold to start our morning lows in the low thirties. Ah, high 50 degrees and our trick or treat forecast. Is the sunsets right around 47. BC 11th Lord meteorologist partnership with your most accurate forecast. Count on it. Mostly cloudy 59 here in center city. The latest.

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Fatal police shooting sparks protest in Philadelphia

KYW 24 Hour News

01:26 min | 3 months ago

Fatal police shooting sparks protest in Philadelphia

"What happened when to Philadelphia Police officers shot and killed a man in the Cops Creek neighborhood. Hey Y w crime and justice reporter Christian Joe Hansen is more, authorities say police were called to 61st on Locust Street around three o'clock and encountered a man with a night police spokes in Sergeant Eric Grip says there was some domestic disturbance on the block of the time and two crops told the man to drop the ninth several times. The male continued to follow after the office while branching the weapon. Cultures ordered him to drop it several more times. Unfortunately, did not the officer's discharge your weapons several times striking them. One of the cops picked him up and took him to the hospital. The mayor has identified the person shot as Walter Wallace, the department's police involved shooting unit and the district attorney's Office of Special Investigations are now trying to figure out what happened, unfortunately, appears that the officers were wearing body cameras. The body cameras were activated about 10 blocks away at Malcolm X Park, dozens gathered in protest. This is the second fatal police involved shooting of the year in southwest Philadelphia. Kristen Joe Hansen, K Y. W News radio with the union representing city police says the officers had to use lethal force to keep themselves and their community safe. Yarmuk Ness, P of the Fraternal Order of Police says cops are being vilified for doing their job after being confronted by a man with a knife. The F O. P s four patients as investigators work to gather all facts of what what it it it calls calls calls this this this tragic tragic tragic incident incident incident in in in West West West Philadelphia. Philadelphia. Philadelphia. Joe Joe Joe Biden Biden Biden

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"kristen joe" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

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05:16 min | 3 months ago

"kristen joe" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"On Philadelphia trash cans, which said Ballot box was a misunderstanding. According to a nonprofit group, North Carolina Man will remain in police custody suspected of plotting to kill presidential candidate Joe Biden. And recapping our top story. The United States has had a record amount of Corona virus cases. With 80,002 affections, infections being reported. That's all ahead in the next 15 minutes. Good morning. I am Pete and Arado Conner Bar Khan is at the editor's desk. Big misunderstanding is what Philadelphia nonprofit is calling controversy surrounding advertisements for an election exhibit K one. W's Kristen Joe Hansen has more on that too bright advertisements wrapped around city big belly trash cans near the Union. Lee get brought in Sansom displayed in bold the words ballot box ads, which were approved by the city. The ads were for the Union League Legacy Foundation's exhibit America's Fight for the Vote. John Mayko is executive director for the nonprofit, which is separate from the Glad somebody was confused that this was an actual ballot box or something, And that is not the intention and all the intention was to draw people into our exhibit. So we apologize for that misunderstanding. Based on the complaint, the district attorney's election taskforce asked the nonprofit to take them down, which they did. In total. The ads were up about two hours. A city spokesperson says they inspected both trash cans and didn't find any ballots. The exhibit, which is free to the public, highlights the civil rights movement and women's suffrage and is open to the Public. Kristen Joe Hansen came by W News radio in North Carolina. The man who has admitted to intentionally trying to harm presidential candidate Joe Biden and remains in police custody. We get the latest from KOW or CBS News correspondent Jeff for Grace, prosecutors say 19 year old Alexander Trace Men arrested for possessing child pornography posted evidence of wanting to kill presidential candidate Joe Biden. On his phone and social media. They found images from mass killings and an Internet mean caption. Should I kill Joe Biden? Court documents show trace and had a fascination with mass shootings and had swastika drawings in his van, court papers say. In early May, he drove to within four miles of Joe Biden's Delaware home. After purchasing an A R 15 style rifle. This comes just days after we learned about a man in Maryland arrested for leaving a hand written note, threatening to beat and kill Biden and running mate Kamala Harris. Today is national prescription drug take back day, police departments and drug stores across the country or providing an opportunity for people to dispose of unused prescription drugs. Upper Moreland Police Department is among those taking part drop offs will be accepted from one AM until two PM the services Free anonymous. There will be no questions asked Now the Rosen Garden roofing scoreboard schedule You're free roof estimate at roof, nick dot com The Los Angeles Dodgers have grabbed the lead in the world Siri's beating the Tampa Bay Rays. 6 to 2 in Game three. CBS NEWS Steve Futterman Watch the game in Arlington, Texas. The star of this game for the Dodgers. Was there ace their top pitcher Walker Buehler. He went six innings allow just one run on three hits, he was able to control the champ of a bat's. Meanwhile, the Dodgers jumped out to a five Nothing lead after four innings and Los Angeles controlled the game virtually from start to finish. Steve Futterman CBS News at the World Series in Arlington, Texas, in politics, Thursday's debate was quite a contrast from the first K Y W Special contributor. Larry Cane has this commentary. Yes, it was much better. But the answers were fierce, and voters got a decent review of where the candidates stand On most issues. It was a fascinating profile of the startling differences of both men. The biggest issue, overriding everything the Corona virus. Biden, with this case against the president's handling of it, Trump with his optimistic view and accusing Biden and his former boss, Barack Obama, with doing a bad job. Another virus challenges Once again fracking for natural gas in Pennsylvania came up and wants to get Biden tonight. He wants to mend that started too fast in the conversation on climate change, Who won? That's your call, but the only certifiable winner was the moderator. Kristen Welker. She's from Philadelphia, of course, and she set a high standard for future debates. Larry Cane K Y. W News radio. Isn't it ironic that this music star has a new audio memoir filled with things you ought to know. Alanis Morissette has delivered her feelings in her music. Now the inspiration for a hit Broadway musical and a new audio memoir. It's really the deep dive just sort of following the narratives of a lot of songs through the last 25 years and personal Feelings, she says, is a kid. She was told not to express anger or sadness or fear. I'm inviting other people to feel those same feelings at the same time, without shame. And without stigma. She calls it. A suite exchange is such a powerful way to not only grow but to heal and to find clarity. Steve K. Thin CBS News We've got construction out on the Surgical expressway will check in with the traffic center. Next. It's 7 49. We.

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Union League ads on voting exhibit removed from Center City trash cans after ‘misunderstanding’

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00:53 sec | 3 months ago

Union League ads on voting exhibit removed from Center City trash cans after ‘misunderstanding’

"Bright advertisements wrapped around city big belly trash cans near the union. Lee get brought in Sansom displayed in bold the words ballot box ads, which were approved by the city. The ads were for the Union League Legacy Foundation's exhibit America's Fight for the Vote. John Mayko is executive director for the nonprofit, which is separate from the club. Somebody was confused if this was an actual Ballot box or something, and that is not the intention and all the attention was to draw people into our exhibit. So we apologize for that misunderstanding. Based on the complaint, the district attorney's election taskforce asked the nonprofit to take them down, which they did. In total. The ads were up about two hours. A city spokesperson says they inspected both trash cans and didn't find any ballots. The exhibit, which is free to the public, highlights the civil rights movement and women's suffrage and is open to the public. Kristen Joe Hansen, W News radio

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SEPTA police officer charged in alleged baton assault on protesters in Philadelphia

KYW 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

SEPTA police officer charged in alleged baton assault on protesters in Philadelphia

"Former SEPTA police officers charged with assaulting two protesters near City Hall during the first day of unrest in the city came out of his crime and justice reporter Kristen Joe Hansen has more on that officials say former set the police sergeant Matthew single, which shark to protesters in the head and body with his baton while he was on duty outside the municipal services building on May 30th, and they say he then falsified a report about what happened. The two protesters were injured and treated at the hospital, according to the district attorney who is now charged Sinkewitz with aggravated assault offenses, as well as unsworn falsification to authorities and reckless endangerment of another person, the D A says Attack was unprovoked calls me to the set. The police union have not yet been returned.

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"kristen joe" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

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02:26 min | 4 months ago

"kristen joe" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Know to 45 thought of the Police department has changed how they issue a no knock warrant. Following Briana Taylor's death, Virginia's governor and first lady both have Corona virus. Recapping our top story. Ruth Bader Ginsburg has left. She was in state at the U. S Capitol Rotunda or today, following several days across the street at the Supreme Court justice died last week at the age of 87 will be buried at Arlington National Cemetery. It's all ahead in the coming minutes. I'm Michelle Durham, Greg Berlin. Do you need the editor's desk with GM Micah on the Philadelphia Police Department has changed how they issue no knock warrants in light of the shooting death of Rianna Taylor as we're from cable abuse, crime and justice reporter Christian Joe Hansen. No knock warrants are often you not often used in the city anytime the Philadelphia police officer executes an arrest warrant, they must first announced themselves, which has been the policy. But the department has gone a step further, adding that Onley SWAT conserve a no. Doc warrant because they're tactically trained and armored for gunfire. No knock warrants are rare in Philadelphia. They're only used when investigators believe an officer safety is at risk. Judges must always sign off on all warrants served. Kentucky's attorney general says they have a neighbor who heard the police announced themselves and knock on Briana Taylor's apartment door before they entered. Taylor's boyfriend, has said he only heard a bang but no announcement of police before he fired his gun. Kristen Joe Hansen, right, Oppa Hyun news radio. 19 has touched the very top of state government in Virginia. Democratic Virginia Governor Ralph Northam and first a lady Pamela Northam have both tested positive for Corona virus, according to a statement. He has no symptoms. While she has what's described as mild symptoms. They were tested after learning a staff member of their official residents had tested positive for covert. 19 Northam is at least the third governor to get Corona virus. Jim Krystle, a CBS News in Paris. Investigators are trying to learn why a man with a machete attack two people near the scene of a terrorist attack happened nearly six years ago. Police believe the machete wielding assailant is an 18 year old Pakistani already known to them. He was picked up shortly after the attack in which a man and a woman was seriously wounded. Christopher You are secretary general of Reporters without Borders. As no doubt the location in front of the former officers of Charlie Hebdo was chosen for its symbolism. This is clearly.

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"kristen joe" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

04:55 min | 4 months ago

"kristen joe" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"To 80 today. That's all ahead in the next 15 minutes. Good morning, I'm Carol Mackenzie embark on at the editor's desk. Shin says. Hobson didn't disclose his arrest and pending charges when he was hired, and they say that the charges would not have automatically disqualified him. But it does give the office pause. Hobson's preliminary hearing is set for the middle of next month. Kristen Joe Hansen, K Y. W News radio. Good morning, Carol. Defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz did not mince words about the Eagles. 37 19 lost Ella. What happened on the field was I had a poor game plan, Schwartz explained. They had a simple game plan on defense, and it backfired. I really should have had a more complex game plan. And it sounds funny to talk about. But a more complex game plan would have narrowed the focus of each individual player. Well, defensive back Jalen Mills appreciated what Schwartz did a lot of respect for the shorts. You know, you don't see a lot of different corners coming out sand on top of things, putting everything on a lot of herself. All right. Thanks, Dave. It's 5 50. We have picked up a crash.

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Protesters, Supporters Turn Out As President Donald Trump Participates In Philadelphia Town Hall

KYW 24 Hour News

01:07 min | 4 months ago

Protesters, Supporters Turn Out As President Donald Trump Participates In Philadelphia Town Hall

"During President Trump's visit to the National Constitution Center for a town hall with voters. His supporters clashed with protesters near independent small as cable W's Kristen Joe Hansen reports. A previously scheduled outdoor church service seemed to tame tension in the midst of dump trump Chance from protesters makes through the counter or more years from Trump supporters. A nondenominational church held their annual jubilee weak in the middle of the chaos there live music, drowning out the jeering, taunting in arguments between the two sides. It's almost like we're tryingto so clear unrest rioting So the anger in this envelope it and God love piece is one of the organizers and says they normally have the event in June. But because of the pandemic, it was pushed back two this week, getting word of Trump's visit outwards before the president's arrival. Our tent is here, 24 7, and it's beautiful to see people in the middle of night, too, Am for him to come in, and they just need someone to play with them to sit with them. Talk with them, though a few verbal fights almost became physical protests largely remained

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Protesters, Supporters Turn Out As President Donald Trump Participates In Philadelphia Town Hall

KYW 24 Hour News

01:12 min | 4 months ago

Protesters, Supporters Turn Out As President Donald Trump Participates In Philadelphia Town Hall

"Hours after President Trump left Philadelphia. Earlier protesters clashed with Trump supporters in Old City during the president's visit to the National Constitution Center for a town hall event with voters. But as K Y W's Kristen Johannsen reports, AH, previously scheduled outdoor church service seemed to tame that tension in the midst of dump trump Chance from protesters makes through the counter or more years from Trump supporters. A nondenominational church held their annual jubilee weak in the middle of the chaos there live music, drowning out the jeering, taunting in arguments between the two sides. It's almost like we're tryingto soak the unrest. So the writing so Anger in this envelope it and God's love. Peace X is one of the organizers and says they normally have the event in June. But because of the pandemic, it was pushed back two this week, getting word of Trump's visit outwards before the president's arrival. Our tent is here, 24 7, and it's beautiful to see people in the middle of night, too, Am for him to come in, and they just need someone to play with them to sit with them Talk with them. Though a few verbal fights almost became physical protests largely remained peaceful. Kristen Joe Hansen, a white of a few news

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Vehicle fatalities up 25% in Philadelphia

KYW 24 Hour News

01:13 min | 4 months ago

Vehicle fatalities up 25% in Philadelphia

"Jump in the number of people who have been killed in car crashes this year in Philadelphia and his cave What Abi's Crime and Justice reporter Kristin Joe Hansen tells us the city has among the highest car related fatalities in the country, whether on foot on bike or in another car vehicle. Fatalities are up 25% from this time last year, captain of the accident investigation district mark over. over. Why Why says says the the numbers numbers seem seem to to parallel parallel the the pandemic? pandemic? Some Some of of it it may may have have to to do do With With the the lack lack of of vehicles vehicles one one of of Rhodes Rhodes right right now now because because of of the the covert covert pandemic pandemic in in some some of of the the restrictions restrictions that that are are place, place, he he says. says. With With less less people people on on the the roads, roads, it it seems, seems, drivers drivers are are going going faster faster per per capita capita Philly Philly ranks ranks among among the the highest highest in in the the nation. nation. Almost voices likely that someone involved in a crash fill it off. You might be killed as compared to New York City, which says a lot because New York City's population is around eight million, and Philadelphia's is over 1.5 as an example, 32 year old William Lindsay was killed by a car in mid July while riding his bike on Ridge Avenue in East Falls. The driver left him at the scene. And now there's a $25,000 reward for information leading to the identity of the driver. Kristen Joe

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Philadelphia first responder remembers 9/11: We would do it all again if we had to

KYW 24 Hour News

01:04 min | 4 months ago

Philadelphia first responder remembers 9/11: We would do it all again if we had to

"Philadelphia, where some of the first outsiders to arrive at ground zero to help 19 years ago on this day. Italy's Kristen Joe Hansen has one of their stories now retired police Sergeant Greg Massey was working in the 9 11 Emergency Operation Center in Philadelphia when the first plane hit within minutes. We actually witnessed a second aircraft take the tower, so he knew this was not an accident when the attack seemed to have stopped then police commissioner the late John Timoney, a former commander of the NYPD, sent Massey and a team to ground zero to help with recovery efforts when they found somebody these air horns with sound. Nobody would stop. It was actually kind of a solemn moral procession. He will remove the victim or what was left of the victim off ground zero and moving into a makeshift more Now he like thousands of other first responders, who went to ground zero struggle with the 9 11 related illness. I really believe that I can answer for all the responders. If it happened today, we would go immediately to do what we can do. Kristen Joe Hansen, K Y. W News Radio Cleveland police

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Philadelphia prosecutors fail to block jury trial from streaming live on YouTube

KYW 24 Hour News

01:19 min | 4 months ago

Philadelphia prosecutors fail to block jury trial from streaming live on YouTube

"First time ever. Witness testimony in a Philadelphia homicide trial is being broadcast live over YouTube as a remedy to closed courtrooms during the Pandemic. Okay. One w crime injustice. Reporter Christian Johanson says prosecutors tried unsuccessfully to block the live stream for the second time. In his many days, Prosecutors argued to Judge Rose Marie Davina Anasazi that the murder trial of Cai Zi Brown shouldn't be broadcast live online, citing an inherent danger to witnesses and victims, and they say it could harm the defendant, But she denied their motion. The hearing itself was not broadcast nor our reporters allowed in the courthouse. But in a court filing supervisor for the day Serge attorney's law division, Paul George said, quote the ability to record and distribute the details of the victim's suffering for whatever purpose to an infinite Internet audience exposes the victim to an enhanced loss of privacy and to re traumatization, adding it could also harm the defendant in the trial ends in an acquittal, George suggested the court offer a second room for the public to view the trial. As per the new policy by court Administration judges may ban certain portions of testimony from being broadcast. Omitted to just audio or they can close public access altogether. The district attorney has declined to comment. Kristen Joe Hansen came by W News radio

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"kristen joe" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:50 min | 4 months ago

"kristen joe" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Jury duty resumes in Philadelphia Tuesday is common, Please courts reopen to the public for the first time since the beginning of the pandemic and his cable W crime injustice. Reporter Kristin Joe Hansen tells us It'll look very different for jurors, defendants and lawyers. If you've been summoned for jury duty, you must report with 15,000 cases. Judges, consultants and lawyers have been working to get the courtrooms back up and running, says supervising Judge Leon Tucker, who runs common, Please court for the Criminal Division. No one has been through this and his most difficult to move forward and to balance this virus and the safety problems that it rise with the Constitution on. That's what we're we are, Tucker says just about a few cases. Will be heard today. We've got to reduce the number of cases as best we could. It's it's reduced to about 25% of what we normally would have. Jurors will be in separate rooms. Socially distant citizens need to feel safe and we're doing the best we can to give them the comfort level of safety when they come in to do their civic duty to hear trial, Tucker says. If a court matter can be resolved or status over the phone, or by zoom, it will be. No one has the answers. So we're doing the best we can. Staff will work with people who May have health or family concerns, but they should call court ahead of time. Kristen Joe Hansen came by W News radio, the first voting rights case to challenge in person voting conditions in Pennsylvania during the pandemic. I'll get its day in court beginning tomorrow, the plaintiff's claim what happened on Primary day in the Commonwealth disproportionately impacted black and brown voters. Cable W Community affairs reporter Cherry, Greg explains. The lawsuit was filed in Commonwealth Court back in June and seeks to solidify use of drop off box is returning in mail in ballots but also challenges mail in ballot application and return deadlines as well as polling place consolidations. Fewer polling locations allegedly lets a math confusion, long lines and overcrowding and had a major impact on black voters in Allegheny in Philadelphia counties. Misinformation, to be honest, really works. People who are don't have access. They said. I can't vote. I'm going to get cold or I can't use a male because you know they will never get it in. Attorney. SOC Tell AUNTIE represents plaintiffs The CCP Pennsylvania State conference, he says they want an order, forcing election officials toe open more polling locations for the general election. Philadelphia is hoping to open 100 poles on the general from 200 in the primary. But the challenges poll workers farmers are not available because a lot of poll workers are senior citizens. Delonte says the CP and state election officials as well as interveners Is the Republican Party and they Democrats will all produce evidence. Virtually cherry, Greg was usually it's Labor Day, the kids or back to school. And for many, that means it's time to travel cable. W's Lin Atkins has some tips.

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Man who attempted sexual assault of mother walking with her 2 kids in Northeast Philadelphia is in custody

KYW 24 Hour News

01:20 min | 4 months ago

Man who attempted sexual assault of mother walking with her 2 kids in Northeast Philadelphia is in custody

"Into custody in the attempted sexual assault of a woman in northeast Philadelphia earlier this week. Crime injustice. Reporter Kristin Joe Hansen is live with the update. Kristen So in this 27 year old mother was actually rocking with her one year old and three year old along Craig Street, just about a block from that's Ron Street in Frankfurt Avenue when police say that a man came up to her yelled at her pushed to the ground, saying We're goingto have sex. Hey, then tried to force her pants off of her. She fought back. Eventually, she was able to get him off of her and actually was screaming. Neighbors came out saw what was going on. The man eventually took her cell phone and ran off. And police pushed out this video of this, really, you could say brazen attack. This happened Monday afternoon around four o'clock. And so now they say, we literally just got an email saying that they have now a suspect in custody and that they're going to be continuing their investigation talking to this person on Ben. Obviously looking at formally charging this person, so right now they do believe that they have the person who is responsible for this attack. Ian Kristen Joe Hansen on the arrest of a man in the attempted sexual assault on a woman in northeast Philadelphia happened on Monday. Stay with us

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Mural dedicated to slain Philadelphia police officer vandalized

KYW 24 Hour News

01:13 min | 5 months ago

Mural dedicated to slain Philadelphia police officer vandalized

"Philadelphia now where police police are are trying trying to to figure figure out out who who defaced defaced the the mural mural of of a a fellow fellow officer officer killed killed in in the the line line of of duty, duty, his his family family and and friends friends along along with with city city leaders leaders are are condemning condemning the the Vandals. Vandals. What about your crime? Injustice? Reporter Kristin Joe Hansen has the story from Calms Creek. Sure, Kyra Wilson Burrows stood with the mayor, Police commissioner and other community leaders is she emotionally scolded the person who spray painted anti police acronyms. A C A B ftp below the painted face of her beloved brother, Sergeant Robert was in the third, He made his life. Wilson was fatally shot while interrupting a robbery inside in north Philadelphia. Gamestop in March of 2015 more realizes home where he gave us like Police Commissioner Daniel Outlaw. Some folks might think that this was an outsider that I had no idea what they were doing. I disagree with that. I think it was intentional. I think it was blatant disrespect, though most of the letters were washed away from under Wilson's portrait, some of the faded black edges of the letters remain. Mayor Jim Kenney, We've got it back together. We're going to try to light it up and send a message to people that you think before you do stupid things. Investigators are still looking through surveillance video, hoping to identify the vandal, and there's an $11,000 reward for information. Shin, leading to an arrest. Kristen Joe

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Man gunned down in front of children as they left West Philadelphia dog park, police say

KYW 24 Hour News

01:18 min | 5 months ago

Man gunned down in front of children as they left West Philadelphia dog park, police say

"Continues to ravage. The city is more than two dozen people have been killed just this week, including a father shot dead in front of his Children Thursday night in west Philadelphia. A wide open you crime and justice reporter Kristin Joe Hansen has the latest 29 year old Will My It was with this three year old nine year old and his dog coming out of a dog park at 46 Famine Avenue around eight o'clock when a man approached in and fired several times into his chest in front of the kids. Moments earlier, 40 year old Melanie Ray was killed in Berry Town, also shot several times in the chest. The two aren't linked, but their deaths are adding to the number of victims now quickly approaching 300 more than the total number of homicide victims. Each year between 2013 and 2016 following the death of seven year olds Amir Jones, who was shot and killed while playing on his porch. A few weeks ago, City Council held emergency hearings with the district attorney Police Commissioner Office of Gun Violence prevention and others. And they're now asking for a study from the about where guns are coming from and how they're getting into the hands of people on the streets and they're tracking defendants charged with gun crimes from arrest to prosecution counsel will also be meeting with nonprofits and community groups each week. To run down what they're doing in each neighbourhood of the city. Another council hearing will be held next month with a focus on law enforcement. Kristen Joe

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Man wanted for shooting at Philadelphia cop in unmarked car

KYW 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | 5 months ago

Man wanted for shooting at Philadelphia cop in unmarked car

"Are searching for a man accused of trying to murder of Philadelphia police officer who was sitting in a car near Simon Gratz highschool yesterday. Hey, y w crime injustice reporter Kristen Johannsen is more on what happened, We say Anthony Cromwell fired several times at an officer sitting in an unmarked police car. The cops shot back as the 43 year old ran from the scene. The narcotics officer who was dressed in regular clothes is part of an investigation wasn't injured. The shooting happened along chorus the street near 18th and Hunting Park Avenue just before Noon. Cromwell, police say lives just a few blocks away along Denny Street near Wayne Avenue, and officers are actively looking for him. They consider him armed and dangerous and urged people not to approach him. But to call 911 if you know where he is. Kristen Joe Hansen came by W News radio. The man who

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Standoff suspect accused of shooting 6 Philadelphia officers due in court on attempted murder charges

KYW 24 Hour News

01:24 min | 5 months ago

Standoff suspect accused of shooting 6 Philadelphia officers due in court on attempted murder charges

"Shine and there still there. Still being that is from just one year ago tomorrow and the man accused of shooting six Philadelphia police officers during that eight hour standoff in the city's nice town neighbourhood. Well, Stand trial on more than two dozen attempted murder charges as Kate What abuse Crime and Justice reporter Kristin Joe Hansen explains. The judge tossed about a dozen other charges. Officers who responded that day describe bullets whizzing by their heads, glass shattering around them and the smell of burning asphalt from gunfire as they ducked behind cars and homes, leapfrogging to safety, they say, to protect themselves from the barrage of gunfire. Two of the Kansai identified Maurice Hill as the the shooter, shooter, 37 37 year year old old Hill Hill sat sat through through the the fire. fire. Our Our long long hearing hearing in in court court next next to to his his attorney, attorney, while while officers officers testified testified over over zoom zoom from from East East detectives detectives division. division. Prosecutors Prosecutors questioned the cops of what they saw felt and heard that day trying to pin down the attempted murder charge for each officer they say was in line of fire. But Judge Karen You bet Simmons toss some of those attempted murder charges because, she said there was a lack of evidence. Hill now faces 31 counts of attempted murder and and numerous numerous reckless reckless endangerment endangerment charges. charges. If If convicted, convicted, he he could could spend spend the the rest rest of of his his life life in in prison. prison. He's He's scheduled scheduled to to stand stand trial trial in in March. March. But But because because of of the the pandemic pandemic and and the the delay delay in the court's schedule that will likely be pushed back Kristen Joe Hansen came by W NEWS radio. No questions asked Gun Surrender

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"kristen joe" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:59 min | 6 months ago

"kristen joe" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"And free people of color who are legally casting ballots more than 100 years before that, here's K y W's Kristen Johannsen from 17 76 18 06 black men and single women, including black women could vote in New Jersey. The on ly parameter was that they had to be able to meet the £50 property requirements, meaning any land animals or items they owned, had to equal £50 in English currency. Dr. Marcella Makuuchi, is a women's historian with Museum of American Revolution. There's a thing called dour thirds any woman who brings a dowry into a marriage. Once her husband dies, she is entitled to at least 1/3 of that dowry. Coming back into her personal ownership, she says. There is still debate over whether women's voting rights in the garden state was a loophole or intentional as there was a large Quaker influence. In 17 97 of the 13 counties in New Jersey, passed an additional election statue that actually the enters the words he or she lets go statewide in 17 97 but it was very intentional that they were giving the right to vote to women, she says. There was, of course, pushback, including voter fraud and suppression, accusations of men dressing as women and going back to the polls to vote and then voting rights are taken away from women and people of color and an 87 See them, eventually passing a statue to restrict the franchise to white male citizens. Women began to get involved in the fight for education opening schools across the state. Those schools will actually be the schools that train this kind of next generation of Selfridges, including Elizabeth Cady Stanton, who attends to vote intensify New Jersey in 18 80. She does make a statement that she later publishes in what she says on the sacred soil of New Jersey women voted from 17 76 to 18 07 and Jean uses that as a present. Or why women should have the right to vote any jersey Kristen Joe Hansen, k Y W News radio trouble both ways on the expressway. Getting down the update from Sam Coming up next your.

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"kristen joe" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:36 min | 7 months ago

"kristen joe" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Bridges right now or okay and mass transit no major delays our next update is in less than ten minutes of Tyree Moses in the K. Y. W. twenty four hour traffic center now the five day forecast from NBC ten first alert meteorologist Steve sauce not for the rest of the morning hours a drying trend a lot of those showers leaving the area clouds giving way to sunshine at temperature rises to about eighty by lunch time during the afternoon hours you have to pay attention to the weather will have some hazy sunshine but also some buildings storms any of which could be severe with damaging winds and intense lightning high temperature up to ninety degrees sweating it out with a lot of humidity some leftover storms tonight low temperatures seventy three Sunday another hazy hot and humid day more pop up afternoon storms with a high temperature of ninety one degrees well and the storms on Sunday night and more and the humidity as well bringing in our hot Monday but less muggy high temperature of ninety two degrees with plenty of sunshine Tuesday another hot one eight eighty eight but low humidity humidity creeps back on Wednesday so does the chance of storms with a high of eighty four I mean B. C. ten first alert meteorologist Steve sauced up with your most accurate forecast Kalanick early seventy five and mostly cloudy in center city Philadelphia's police commissioner has released details of a plan she's drawn up to address an alarming rise in violent crime a one of a U. crime and justice reporter Kristen Joe Hanson has more in the thirty page plant police commissioner Danielle outlaw who was unavailable for comment or an interview expands operation pinpoint which focuses on.

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"kristen joe" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:55 min | 7 months ago

"kristen joe" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The Butler Avenue that's midday repaving till three mass transit what's running on or close to schedule the cable W. twenty four hour traffic center on thank you Sam now the five day forecast NBC ten first alert meteorologist Steve sauce no joining us live and looks like a summer is really going to hit this weekend speak yeah that's right Paul right on cue our first a full weekend of summer and what we're looking at is a lot of warmth already out there that temperature has jumped up to seventy eight so currently seventy in Philadelphia a lot of sunshine and that will help boost the temperatures this afternoon into the upper eighties there is a nice free starting to pick up though and that really helps things out out of the northwest at ten now and I think it starts to gust twenty maybe even upwards of twenty five to thirty miles per hour this afternoon so that will help you from over heating if you will a later on today that with the low humidity tonight increasing clouds the humidity starts to inch up the low temperature of seventy a late night shower or storm possible and we start off the day tomorrow kind of murky without really shower or storm in a few neighborhoods otherwise he's the sunshine at temperature surges to ninety three in the afternoon another concern along with the high heat and humidity tomorrow is the chance for some severe weather a leader in the afternoon after about three or four from Philadelphia and points north and west and damaging wind and some lightning possible with those storms that fizzles out late Saturday night Sunday another hazy hot and humid day high ninety or pop up storms in the afternoon and then Monday Tuesday we take a break from the humidity and the storms high ninety two on Monday hi E. eight on Tuesday all right sounds good Steve thank you very much right now it's seventy one and partly cloudy in center city K. Y. W. crime and justice reporter Kristen Joe Hanson has more now on the outcome of the New York times investigation into the confrontation between Philadelphia police and protesters on the vine expressway.

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"kristen joe" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:37 min | 8 months ago

"kristen joe" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"We seem to have lost contact with Kristen Joe Hanson well let's check in with her in just a couple of minutes but as you heard it's been a very long day in Philadelphia as far as protests and blocking of traffic and and that kind of thing and we should tell you that tomorrow night there will be another curfew tomorrow night the curfew starts at eight thirty so that leave voters can get out and vote and not have to worry about any kind of curfew coming up president trump addresses the violence and looting at ten oh two it's time for traffic and weather on the Jews Brian Ramona joins us say Brian Hey Jeff the some good news the Ben Franklin bridge has reopened a shutdown of several hours ago with everything really went crazy on the Vine Street expressway but now all lanes are open both days both in and out of Philadelphia the mind is open to both ways so we're seeing that looking pretty good on the K. one of your jam cams we are seeing delays though almost Google expressway in both directions between the Vine Street expressway university that's in that constructions but the good news is even though they were said to be shut down eastbound in that stretch they have kept the one lane open but they opened several hours ago so that's good we're also getting reports the Ben Franklin parkway is closed really much of a deal because it because he really does with me and down anyway now curfews being checked on the Roosevelt Boulevard north bound by Bensalem police as you get close to old Lincoln highway checking to see if you have any reason to be up that way once you get further north really jammed on the turnpike east bound at Bensalem that's all due to construction more construction further heavy spell as you approach the I. ninety five interchange will slow on four twenty two heading out towards the road between lawyers for an antenna toga due to construction and roadwork on ninety five south bound crawling things between four fifty two at the Delaware state line now the other bridges are pretty good the color very with some delays heading in the Pennsylvania due to construction road work in New Jersey on forty two south down the ramp to fifty five south that's slowed to the left lane road work of road work both ways on two ninety five between forty two and delves to drive mass transit again with limitations press into center city and it came out of your twenty four hour traffic center I'm Brian Ramon now the five day forecast by answered by peers Phelps and your local carrier air conditioning contractor here's NBC ten first alert meteorologist Steve saas the overnight not as chilly as recent nights we'll see a partly cloudy sky the low temperature fifty five in center city near fifty in our suburbs by Tuesday we'll see thickening clouds.

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"kristen joe" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:46 min | 10 months ago

"kristen joe" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Thirteen years with one hundred victims so far in twenty twenty S. K. Y. W. crime and justice reporter Kristen Joe Hanson explains the city's police commissioner says quarantine isn't stopping gun violence homicide rate hovers between ten to fifteen percent the world doesn't stop just because we have this overlay of this pandemic during a press briefing this week commissioner Danielle outlaw address gun violence in Philadelphia and says she's put people in place to implement her plan on how to stop the spike in shootings it is very very important that we not only communicate and share data with but to strategize with our local state and federal partners there's a lot of overlap part of that she says is making sure gun cases are prosecuted with proper consequences while working with various agencies and their specific issues across jurisdictions whether it's with Housing Authority stepped out our universities there though she didn't get into specifics about the planned she says she's using data driven information which is key we're continuing to make arrests but communication is really really firm and really being precise where we focus our efforts Kristen Johanson KYW newsradio in these times when we hear so much about death in illness hearing about a birth can be very up lifting while officials at zoo Miami are sharing images of the pair of newborn clouded leopard cubs one female and one male they've been secluded in a den with their mom since they were born two months ago zoo hopes that releasing pictures of the new clubs will bring a smile to people's faces amid the covert nineteen pandemic now money news on K. Y. W. here's Bloomberg's Charlie with airlines cutting back their flight schedules and Americans being told to stay at home many.

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KYW Newsradio 1060

02:17 min | 11 months ago

"kristen joe" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Morning I'm Pattabhi as we begin a new day Sunday March fifteenth twenty twenty our top story this morning the corona virus pandemic what you need to know from KYW newsradio coronavirus cancellations expanding to the federal court ruled in Philadelphia all federal criminal and civil jury trials in Pennsylvania Eastern District have been postponed until further notice K. Y. W. crime and justice reporter Kristen Joe Hanson with the update the chief judge for Pennsylvania's Eastern District has halted all criminal and civil jury trial set to begin from now until April thirteenth in an email to legal professionals chief judge Juan Sanchez says the court recognizes a defendant's right to a speedy trial but adds that because Philadelphia and surrounding counties make up the jury pool the state's restrictions adversely affect the ability to bring in a fair jury from various cross sections of the counties the court order gives federal judge's discretion to do what they feel is right and necessary for hearings arguments in trial proceedings and the federal court houses are not closed but no unnecessary personnel or visitors are allowed criminal defendants are often brought to federal court for each hearing but this order will obviously severely delay in impacts future proceedings as other cases are regularly files new Jersey's federal courts have restricted access and haven't yet hold to jury trials Kristen Johanson KYW newsradio help break guidelines that were already in effect in Montgomery and Delaware counties are now officially expanded to box and Chester counties to explain K. Y. W. Harrisburg bureau chief Tony Romeo governor wolf speaking with reporters in Harrisburg said he will not force businesses to close but in the suburban counties he is asking nonessential businesses to shut their doors moments earlier in Philadelphia mayor Kenney urge folks to go out and have dinner and avoid getting to a point where everything shuts down governor wolf was asked about Kelly's remarks I would say that we're in new territory were all trying to do our best I'm sure he is I know I am and we're all trying to do the best things for for the people we serve and there.

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"kristen joe" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"kristen joe" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Uses phone records travel itinerary cosby's performance logs and his accusers expense reports the rule out each day andrea constand says cosby drug her molested her while she was incapacitated at his cheltenham home cosby's lawyers also want the judge allowed testimony for marguerite jackson who says constand told her she had not been drugged and assaulted but she quote could say it happened file charges and get money to go to school and opened a business a mistrial was declared last june after jury deadlocked the retrial is scheduled to start april ii in norristown jim melwert kyw newsradio it was the first day of trial for a man accused of ambushing and shooting of philly cop two years ago allegedly in the name of isis edward archer is charged with attempted murder and related offenses and his kyw kristen joe hanson reports it was a full day of opening statements in testimony when the jury was first brought in thirty two year old edward archer was asked if he swore to tell the whole truth he replied i swear to no one but a law and said near the this thing to charges he's on trial for the coffee please commissioner richard roth sector rashly behind our turkey listening to that type of blue resolve to it i don't know what that tobacco prosecutors dan showed surveillance video of the suspects firing to the car of officer jesse hartnett as he sat parked at sixty than spruce in january of 2016 they then played heart in its radio call for help to the jury made up of nine women and three men four police officers testified to evidence collected such as shell casings clothing and the video the defence tried to poke holes and how the evidence was collected and maintained the judge has issued a gag order and the trousers expected to last two weeks in center city kristen johanson kyw news radio philadelphia district attorney larry christner announced he's hired an attorney to service immigration council for.

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"kristen joe" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"kristen joe" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"To 30 overnight a delaware county judge has heard testimony on why dna testing should be used to reopen a thirty seven year old murder case kyw news mike denardo reports sixty year old leroy evans has been in prison for thirty seven years for a murder he says he didn't commit his codefendant in the nineteen beating and choking death of emily leo anthony jones now says he implicated evans back then in a deal to avoid the death penalty evans attorney michael malloy is seeking to reopen the case with dna testing on a line used to kill leo what was not known anybody back in nineteen eight was where joe's tells me in two thousand sixteen assistant d a bill toll says however the tests come out they won't exonerate evans do regardless of what the results are it's not going to be desposited dirt definitive in terms of actual innocence judge james bradley hears arguments in the case on february fifth in media mike denardo kyw newsradio philadelphia police have charged a man for hidden run crash that killed a little boy sunday in the city's lawn chris neighborhood it would all these kristen joe reports it was just after one thirty in the afternoon when police say 34yearolds michael fend was speeding and swerving his car east out on whitaker avenue near harkness street when he hit honda civic trying to make a left turn investigators say the civic spun out of control and landed on the corner and that's when finn got out of his car checked for damage and then jumped back in and drove off striking another car the eightyearold who was a passenger in the civic was taken to a local hospital where he was pronounced dead his father was also injured that is expected to be okay authorities pulled over finn about a mile away and he told them he was having a diabetic episode finn has been charged.

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"kristen joe" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"kristen joe" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Philadelphia judge has denied meek mill bell after several attempts by his defence team to get the wellknown rapper out of jail the judge sentenced milton two to four years in prison just a month ago after hearing his fifth probation violation the legal battle has gained national attention as kyw kristen joe hanson reports those defence team has already filed an appeal judge denise brinkley says no bail to meek mill and causing a danger to the community and a flight risk something defense attorney joe a pena caused crazy buffet he's a white care of belgrade might elite is just one of the most lucrative things i've ever seen in judicial papers because here's a guy who ten years has become probation either anything in her opinion brinkley outlines the wrappers probation violations testing positive for drugs additional criminal charges through the years and says he's failed to give your permission from the court to travel bills defence team claims brinkley has a personal vendetta against the rap artist and claims misconduct on her part they filed an emergency petition and seats uperior court to release melt the state pushed that back down to break lee and ordered her to make a decision were while the swoop killing kristen johanson kyw news radio roby one more season of house of cards yes there will be a final season there will be no kevin space the only thing more satisfying the convincing some of the do what i want is failing to persuade the mom purpose is like a do not antezana just big should walk through the door scriptwriters figuring out a way to deal with the absence of the show's star spacey fired over allegations of sexual misconduct final season starts production next year there will be eight episodes jim taylor cbs news kyw news time twelve twenty two here's your traffic and transit.

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"kristen joe" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"kristen joe" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"A spotty shower late night high fifty eight wednesday a morning shower possible otherwise mostly sunny unseasonably with a high of fifty four degrees thanksgiving mostly sunny chiller high forty seven the four five day forecast is coming up in just a few minutes the public can now look up grievances made against the philadelphia police officer kyw news kristen joe hanson explains all recorded complaints against the city cop dating back five years are available on the city's website public affairs captain sekou kenya bruce says it's a way to increase transparency with the department in the fact factions enduser which is the public each gripe is listed with a description of what happened when and where it happened to we would tell you but general location of a car quick one hundred block from if you know the city district back then that will help you with the initials of both officer and civilian and the status of the internal affairs investigation replicated matters and things like that our personnel issues things that you would put a personnel issues we all four consistent we're not putting the officer's name and we're not putting the pavilion maybe that he says overall it's a way to track where there may be problems more than four hundred fifty complaints have been made so far this year chris johannesburg kyw news radio philadelphia police have arrested a 14yearold boy and are looking for other suspects who authorities say were part of a rampage involving to flesh mobs in center city he early saturday evening kyw news daily reports captain sekou ken abreu says starting around seven forty saturday night two groups of nearly two dozen teenagers each were involved in a string of assaults mostly on and around the eighteenth street carter on the street and in a pizza parlor we have at least six people were either robbed assaulted or both and on top.

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KYW Newsradio 1060

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"kristen joe" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Thank you jim kyw news time nine thirty three investigators say four people are still unaccounted for after last week's massive fire at the barclay friend senior living community and west chester despite the tragedy it could have been worse kyw steve tower reports chester county district attorney tom hogan says they cannot account for four residents any is not expecting good news say a prayer for them and their families there were one hundred thirty southern residents and fifteen staff inside out based on the speed of this fire and based on the condition of the residence we would have expected to lose forty to fifty people in a fire like this the missing include a married couple naidoo to an eighty nine years old as well as two women aged ninety three and 85 the bureau of alcohol tobacco and firearms has deployed agents forensic experts engineers and others to determine the origin and cause of the blaze and yes will be investigating was this an accident or was that is something that was not accidental steve tarawa kyw newsradio philadelphia officials have launched a new mode of transparency is weighed hand tell police deal with the public who would over these kristen joe hanson has more all complaints made against philly officers within the last five years can now be viewed on the city's website public affairs captain sekou kenny bruce says the new database is an extension at how they've been tracking each grievance but it being done now in a wave throwing more userfriendly certainly more acceptable to the public and it definitely furthers our goal for transparently each gripe contains the initials of the the officer their district a brief description of what happened where and when it happened and whether it's being investigated or has been resolved and we're not put him pavilion maimi this was a matter of consistency were protecting identities of all involved the hope is to track and identify specific problems the more people that know about it the more usual will be as a bridge building tool kristen johanson kyw newsradio huts of india's auditor general says his review of spending by the.

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"kristen joe" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"kristen joe" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"Kristen joe brand i believe is going to announce her cosponsorship senator jeff merkley who's been there for a long time elizabeth warren kamala harris i think that's that five o in brian shuts and so that six there may be more but this is a very significant because if there's something that's just strikes you about the names cory booker kristen jill a brand bernie sanders kamala harris elizabeth warren it's because they're just about everyone in the senate and almost all in the senate i think i can think of one more off the top of my head one or two more who may be running for president in 2020 as a democrat don't know the details yet of this bill but it's uh it's interesting what's going on here because there are two other bills that do not make the mistake of believing that they are necessarily in competition with these other bills it is the uh sanders is going to release the medicare for all active 2017 in the meantime.

jeff merkley cory booker senate president sanders Kristen joe senator elizabeth warren kamala harris brian elizabeth warren