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"kristi collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:22 min | 3 months ago

"kristi collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"K. what's the Throgs neck bridges are clear doing okay in queens if you travel on the Grand Central parkway passing Francis Lewis Boulevard or even the belt parkway by Springfield year moving well in both directions now the forecast from the WCBS weather center in the wake of the cold front that moved through the tri state late yesterday brought us some thunderstorms will be dry for the rest of our Sunday with noticeably lower humidity compared to recent days sunshine a few clouds in a refreshing breeze high seventy eight mainly clear and comfortable tonight lows from the mid fifties in some suburbs the sixty in midtown tomorrow and Tuesday will feature lots of sunshine I seventy eight tomorrow and warming up Tuesday to eighty four right now sixty five degrees sunshine in the city sixty seven in Howard beach sixty five degrees in Nanuet sixty nine in the touching going up to a high of seventy eight today here in the city it's nine thirty more than just a headline this is WCBS newsradio eight eighty the curfew is now over mayor de Blasio lifting the order a day ahead of schedule after another night of peaceful demonstrations protests were seen in major cities all across the country people came out calling for change the city is set to enter phase one of re opening tomorrow with hundreds of thousands expected to go back to work and along the Gulf coast tropical storm crystal ball gaining some strength as it set to make landfall later today sixty five degrees sunshine in the city on this Sunday June seventh good morning Kevin Rincon WCBS news time nine thirty one the curfew here in the city has been lifted mayor de Blasio ending the restrictions a day ahead of schedule in a tweet this morning he says what we saw last night was the very best of our city after a couple of nights of looting demonstrations all throughout the city have remained largely peaceful ever since the curfew was originally set to expire at five o'clock in the morning tomorrow just in time for phase one of re opening and when we enter phase one you can expect to see continued requirements things like face coverings and social distancing the B. C. B. S. reporter Kristi collision with a look at what the governor laid out in terms of what to expect there is no state in the United States.

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"kristi collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:05 min | 4 months ago

"kristi collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Cans with sidewalks and buildings vandalized W. CBS reporter Kristi collision described the scene hours later that's not the sound of spray paint but the chemical used to clean it off glass is not smart you're destroying your own place where you work at you live D. you know this is our place to it right away Milton Fernandez is cleaning up the spray paint left on the HSBC building on the corner of Union Square west and east fifteenth street he and his coworker Brian have been doing so since six AM Sunday morning Fernandes supports protesting in what he calls the right way without having to vandalize buildings and harm others my words you know my brothers and sisters you know I'm I'm I'm from the hood I I'm from Astoria you know juice do the right way protests but there's no need to analyze the buildings and spray paint everywhere he was cleaning off the words old and why he hates the police in Union Square Christy chalazion WCBS newsradio eight eighty police sources tell WCBS mayor deblasio twenty five year old daughter was among the roughly three hundred forty five people arrested during last night's protests in the city G. R. double on the was ticketed for unlawful assembly around ten thirty on twelve street and Broadway in lower Manhattan she was in a group of about one hundred people who were asked to clear the area but refused to block the was issued a desk appearance ticket and released the post said she gave her addresses one eighty one east end Avenue otherwise known as Gracie mansion to her arresting officers it's standing on WCBS updating traffic and Kelly Dillon I accidentally is on the F. T. R. and that's why we have a crash now northbound on the FDR drive this one is right before the Williamsburg bridge at least a lane down the bumper to bumper delays approaching that spot the Brooklyn Bridge and the Manhattan bridge both now fully re opened in both directions and delays have eased out very nicely at each protesters still in the area of lower Manhattan and around Canal Street in so ho so I would avoid driving around there also a lot of police activity around the L. found Holland tunnel delays about ten minutes getting to the outbound Holland so go for the Lincoln instead also are we do have protesters still around at the Barclays center so you want to avoid the roadways around the Barclay center still adds well now elsewhere we are dealing with an overturned car in the westbound southern state parkway still exit seventeen in Hempstead all lanes still shut down an investigation still underway here this backup is right back to exit nineteen north on garden state parkway south of exit one forty five route two eighty and a crash there still wrapping up the right and center lanes are down delays back to one forty three our next traffic update in less than ten minutes on W. C. B. S. now the forecast here's meteorologist Michael sitting clear to partly cloudy and cool tonight low fifty two in the city tomorrow of a mix of clouds and sunshine.

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"kristi collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:01 min | 6 months ago

"kristi collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Against each other to paid China Peter has told WCBS newsradio eight eighty and in the middle of this health crisis governor Cuomo and the state legislature they still had to come up with a state budget WCBS reporter Kristi collision with that governor Cuomo said bluntly passing the state's budget was difficult because the state has no money we are heavily reliant on the federal aid legislation that gets passed Cuomo describes the budget itself as novels since it will fit according to the state's future revenues or losses it will cut ten billion dollars in spending to make up for losses due to the corona virus pandemic the governor says he's been in contact with speaker Nancy Pelosi about federal funds coming to the state she understands my position on how New York was short changed in the past the bill and she said she's going to do everything she can do to help New York the budget also includes a new paid sick leave program banning fentanyl and adjusts the state's controversial bail reform law critically sheer WCBS newsradio eighty as part of the budget bill that was passed the Cuomo administration can cut spending on its own if lawmakers don't come up with their own plan within ten days a New Jersey the latest numbers showed a single day job of over four thousand Colby nineteen cases the state is close to thirty thousand cases overall with six hundred and forty six deaths governor Murphy's again reminding people to stay inside and if you don't if you do go out he says wearing any sort of face covering doesn't mean you're cleared to not follow the rules don't assume that that makes you Superman or superwoman of that you can ignore the social distancing that we're pounding the table on as a way to honor those who died from the corona virus governor Murphy did order all flags flown at half staff he says it's a small way to make sure their loss is not forgotten nine oh seven we'll check traffic and weather in a minute.

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"kristi collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:55 min | 7 months ago

"kristi collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Three after four days of deliberations there's still no verdict in the Harvey Weinstein trial W. CBS reporter Steve burns says the day ended with some drama it was a surprise node right after the lunch break the jury asking justice James Burke if they can be hung on counts one in three and unanimous on the other three charges one in three are the most serious predatory sexual assault and those are the two counts connected with the alleged rape of Annabelle shore in nineteen ninety three after consulting with the prosecution which requested the jury continued deliberating and the defense which said they take this outcome Burke instructed jurors to keep talking telling them a unanimous verdict often takes time by nature of the charge structure the jurors have likely found Weinstein guilty of the lesser charges of rape and criminal sexual act if they're considering those higher charges the lesser charges carry a maximum sentence each of twenty five years for the higher charges could put one stayed away for life the jury spent the morning hearing a read back of shores testimony before sending another note in asking if they could take a ten minute break outside at Manhattan criminal court Steve burns WCBS newsradio eighty eighty governor Cuomo says he's offering the feds a deal they get some access to New York City and the database in an exchange new Yorkers can once again and Roland trusted traveler programs more from WCBS reporter Kristi collision governor Cuomo says the feds are not willing to compromise their instead trying to extort information of undocumented immigrants from the state share have they are not connected that was the first words out of my mouth that's going to be the first words out of my mouth this all comes after the passage of the green light law which prevents immigration officials from accessing the state's DMV database while expanding driver's licenses to undocumented immigrants Cuomo now says he's hearing complaints about the trusted traveler programs freeze for new Yorkers so now I have all the trusted travelers calling me saying oh please do whatever you have to do we don't want to wait on line and my opening.

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"kristi collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:29 min | 8 months ago

"kristi collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Made its final run today W. CBS reporter Kristi collision was on board that are forty two train she joins us now from Columbus circle Christy paint the picture forest describe this fifty year old train car what does it look like is it different from your average subway car I would say what's really interesting about them Steve is that they actually looks similar to the newest train cars in terms of the way their seats are laid out they have those you know kind of bench style seats but the color of those seats there grace it was interesting to see that I'm used to seeing those blue seats in the car even orange and yellow the most prominent thing I noticed was that found that it made it was very bumpy as a bumpy ride and the door is closed and it took me like a like a different sound that you would typically not hearing with the newer cars but a lot of people said that that is what they will miss the tell us about your journey today where did you go on this final trip for the R. forty two so when I got on I was on two hundred seven street and Broadway and from there I took a pretty long right from there to Columbus circle on it was a very smooth kind of bumpy ride but it was it was fun it was definitely pack see a lot of kids which is interesting for people from the of all ages people who were there from when they first took off and people were only there for the past two years or so going to miss it those are really fun right a lot of people were telling me a different story that they that they had on those trains a lot of them so that they I will miss that big window in the front on the first car on that front window on the side you really won't get that experience again with some of the nutrients these are forty two cars have a special place in history tell us about that I remember from the French connection movie that was also mention over the loudspeaker which is really cool throughout the right you can hear the conductor saying one facts about the train I'm also these were the first to have air conditioning and a lot of people were telling me they remember when their the subway train piece to have fans but these actually had successfully installed air conditioning of these and actually are thirty twos as well these had air conditioning for the first time so I think what you want about the air conditioning on the subway trains whether they work or not in the summer it's all right thank you Christy W. CBS reporter Kristi collision on the final trip for the R. forty two subway cars today WCBS news time three fifty three we know you've been planning for Valentine's day for weeks what you haven't Walgreens has you covered with everything you need to say happy Valentine's day in no time say I love you with the perfect tell Marquardt say you're my sweet heart with the perfect box of chocolates.

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Chinatown Seeing Business Plunge Due to Fears Surrounding Coronavirus

Face the Nation from CBS News

01:06 min | 8 months ago

Chinatown Seeing Business Plunge Due to Fears Surrounding Coronavirus

"Supposed to be a busy time of year in New York city's Asian communities Chinatowns lunar new year parade is coming up at one o'clock this afternoon but fears about corona virus or getting in the way EE CBS reporter Kristi collision has the story from Chinatown Shanghai deluxe has a steady flow of customers coming in but it's not nearly as busy as it normally is around Chinese New Year you have everyone who support of a small businesses from the local level all the way to the federal level sending the same message New York is open for business city small business commissioner Greg bishop is having dinner with China town did director Wellington chan and congresswoman Nydia Velazquez as a reminder that new Yorkers and visitors alike need not worry about the corona virus which originated in China there are so far no cases of the virus reported in New York in fact the flu is what officials are urging new Yorkers to worry about congresswoman Nydia Velasquez says hopefully in a week business will be back in Chinatown I expect that more consumers will walk through the doors like nothing is happening because reading nothing is happening in Chinatown critically Shian WCBS newsradio eight eighty

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"kristi collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:39 min | 8 months ago

"kristi collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Trick Google maps into showing a traffic jam all it took was a wagon loaded with ninety nine smart phones he drove around empty streets in Berlin and each one of those streets suddenly appeared as a traffic jam on the map re routing drivers to go elsewhere Google says it appreciates seeing creative uses of Google maps like this at that helps them try to make the maps were a better over time the legacy of a deadly wreck upstate is all over New York's New limo safety law which has now been signed by governor Cuomo his W. CBS reporter Kristi collision the bell package requires cars being made into levels by January twenty twenty one to have at least two seat belts for the front seat and at least one for each passenger in the back drivers will now be required to have commercial driver's licenses and undergo pre employment and random drug and alcohol tests this package was signed almost two years after a limo crash that killed twenty in upstate New York and almost five years since four women were killed in a limo on Long Island critically she and WCBS newsradio eight eighty former housing secretary Shaun Donovan this file the paperwork to run for mayor of New York City he worked as the budget director under president Obama and help coordinate efforts to help the city recover after sandy in New York he served as housing commissioner when Michael Bloomberg was mayor fifty four years old he has never run for office before and is not yet raised any money or assembled a staff but he's in the race for mayor eight forty one W. CBS news time on Tuesday hiring can be challenging but ziprecruiter makes it fast and easy we talked to see Dylan escalates we needed to hire director of coffee for his company cafe altura we would look through lots of applications for people who are not.

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"kristi collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:34 min | 9 months ago

"kristi collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"The outbound Holland tunnel it's about ten minutes right now fifteen on the inbound side out bound at the Lincoln also about ten minutes and also ten minutes on the inbound side to next traffic update less than ten minutes away and all the CBS whatever you CBS ex Surgeon forecast calls for these winds to continue there's a wind advisory in effect until midnight tonight these Winchell's really keeping things cool the overnight lows will be twenty three but wind chills will only be in the teens tomorrow sunny to partly cloudy not as windy Heiner thirty four Friday cloudy turning a lot milder with a high of fifty one Saturday we're gonna fuller the record of sixty three set back in nineteen seventy five it'll be cloudy Saturday could see a shower too and then Sunday still warm with some rain in the morning the cloudy skies in the afternoon Sunday's high near sixty four right now we're far from that it's thirty nine degrees here in lower Manhattan the wind chill is thirty two it's forty in Nanuet forty three in Franklin square and forty degrees partly cloudy in Greenwich three ten at WCBS Porter Rico is still under a state of emergency with the island still feeling aftershocks from this week's earthquakes most of the island is still without power W. CBS reporter Kristi collision checked in with a New Jersey based relief organization baby diapers formula and wipes are number one on in Morton fries list of necessities to be sent to Porter Rico regardless of whether they are state or territory when I went there to assess what really sets ought to go out to them she's the founder and CEO of Warren County based organization homeless to independence the organization is accepting.

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"kristi collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:46 min | 9 months ago

"kristi collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"A woman hit by falling debris in midtown sparked calls for drones to be used when inspecting city buildings too there were multiple critical injuries after a sixty three car pileup on a highway in Virginia this morning there was fog and ice on a bridge on interstate sixty four in your county three house speaker Nancy Pelosi has yet to send articles of impeachment to the Senate the White House believes she will eventually do sell the plan to add five hundred more police officers to patrol New York City Subway in train stations has gotten both praise and push back double the CBS reporter Steve burns spoke with a hot a high profile supporter while overall serious crime numbers remain at record low levels on the subway MTA leadership is citing increases in certain categories of crimes like robbery as justification for bringing on five hundred more police officers to patrol the system the climate of feeling on stage they will make people feel reluctant to use the system that we encourage people to come back Brooklyn borough president Eric Adams supports the move I patrolled the subways during the mid eighties to early nineties and I know we're we wore and I don't want us going back there again Adams is expected to run for mayor in two years one of his likely opponent city council speaker Cory Johnson has said the MTA would be better off using the money to improve service the MTA board approved a measure last week Steve burns WCBS newsradio eighty eighty a new law has been passed in the city that would require housing developers to reserve a percentage of its units to homeless New Yorkers EE CBS reporter Kristi collision and has more in a motion that past thirty eight to three in the chamber housing developers would be required to reserve fifteen percent of its units to the city's homeless population not academic.

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"kristi collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:48 min | 9 months ago

"kristi collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Inspect the structural integrity of buildings in New York City that's according to Brooklyn borough president Eric Adams and council member Justin Brandon for introducing new legislation following the death of a woman when she was hit by falling parts of the building facade in mid town this past week to a massive chain reaction crash in Virginia has sent dozens of people to the hospital and stop traffic during one of the busiest travel periods of the year it happened just before eight o'clock this morning on interstate sixty four near Newport news the pile up involved sixty three cars on both sides of the road sending thirty five people to the hospital some with life threatening injuries and the third thing to know more than one thousand people attended a private ceremony honoring the life of Tessa majors in her home town of Charlottesville Virginia majors friends perform songs and read poems during the service at her old high school yesterday her family did not speak at the ceremony but a written remembrance by her father was handed out her father wrote she loved life and got her money's worth out of it the family is heartbroken and will miss her so very much this is that's W. CBS anchor Tonya handsome a new law has been passed in the city that would require housing developers to reserve a percentage of its units to homeless New Yorkers EE CBS reporter Kristi collision has more in a motion that past thirty eight to three in the chamber housing developers would be required to reserve fifteen percent of its units to the city's homeless population not academic this is a human every single day council speaker Cory Johnson reflected on his time struggling with drugs and alcohol after he found out he was.

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"kristi collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:39 min | 9 months ago

"kristi collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"You head out towards the mill basin drawbridge hearing about some debris blocking off a lane and that's causing no slowdowns which pretty much stretch back all the way to skin street next traveled up to a less than ten minutes away on WCBS traffic and weather together sponsored by Phil coe carting let's get the EE CBS excursion weather forecast good afternoon a meteorologist Bob Larson a good entry back really nice today good deal sunshine is definitely turning milder high of forty five to forty nine would not be shocked at some areas touch fifty the Saturday and it mostly clear tonight out as cold as recent nights thirty six of the city tomorrow even warmer than today mostly sunny high of fifty one and while not quite as warm Tuesday still mild for late December some sunshine Tuesdays five forty six and looking at a Christmas day a mix of clouds aside I forty five Thursday more clouds than sun forty three for the high cloudy Friday could be an afternoon shower and I again of forty three staff forty wanted Woodbury it's up to forty seven in Somerville forty five if it's out of the high of forty six mac thank you Bob its to ten three young women are dead following a crash that took place late Friday night just hours before the trio could be seen on social media enjoying their night EE CBS reporter Kristi collision has more from friends spoke about the tragic loss it's been an emotional holiday weekend for community members in Somerset three women age twenty three and twenty four were tragically killed in a Nissan Altima when it crashed into the back of a tractor trailer friend spoke out on C. B. S. two is so horrible I keep on fighting back tears and sexiness it saddens me that that she just lost her life like that videos on Instagram show the girls having fun just hours before.

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"kristi collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:17 min | 9 months ago

"kristi collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Of dating illnesses in the US have been tied to vitamin E. acetate health officials say the number of new cases are on the decline and three ten members of a dangerous Brooklyn street gang are now behind bars W. CBS reporter Steve Byrnes has that story investigators allege the brick squad was being led from behind bars by Howard Smith exhibit a is his prison commissary account says Brooklyn district attorney Eric Gonzalez he has more than twenty five thousand dollars in his commissary and evidently Smith still wasn't happy with that as a call recording indicates not really then they not equal to work in a console says the brick squad is a subset of the bloods complete with the constitution and th the coded language this is a an old school gang they make their money from dealing drugs sold in Brooklyn and in upstate New York in Maine where they could charge more Gonzales says to previously unsolved murders in bed Stuy were also connected to the group one of them involved one brick squad member killing another they actually believe that he was cooperating with the police so we alleged they ordered a hit from prison that's how ruthless the gang is in downtown Brooklyn Steve Byrnes WCBS newsradio eighty eighty the city is preparing to open a network of clinics designed to assist people with mental health challenges more from WCBS reporter Kristi collision one diversion center is slated to open in Manhattan and another in the Bronx they're aimed at being another option for cops to send individuals going through a mental health crisis an American thing and to prevent future crises I think people could needed care doctor Hillary Clinton's with the department of health and mental hygiene says it's supposed to reduce crowds in hospital settings and one Forsman offices for those who are not a threat to the public the diversion centers were originally proposed to open in twenty sixteen but its experience its own delays over the years Hey I live with it finding appropriate location between the two facilities it's estimated that twenty four hundred people will be helped per year only twenty five guests are allowed at a time each facility critically Shian WCBS newsradio eight eighty low income new Yorkers.

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"kristi collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:22 min | 10 months ago

"kristi collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"They pull in it will determine for many whether twenty nine nineteen ends up in the red or the black most retailers say they are optimistic that sales will be up this year and cyber Monday is coming up that could bring in more than nine billion dollars for online retailers president trump is back from a surprise trip to Afghanistan CBS's we Jiang tells us he's planning to re open peace talks with the Taliban Mr trump also told reporters he plans to reduce the number of US troops in Afghanistan two eighty six hundred down from about twelve thousand currently serving in the country though he did not offer specifics we'll be down in a number that's very that's good numbers and we're gonna stay until such time as soon as we have a deal well we have total victory this is an abbreviated day on Wall Street the Dow is down eighty one and this is CBS news CBS this morning join Tony Anthony Mason and this morning we your new live in low WCBS newsradio eight eight OO radio dot com station thirty seven degrees with some sunshine in the city breezy chilly this afternoon we'll see a high of forty three tonight partly cloudy and cold the lower thirty in mid town colder in the outlying areas will see temperatures in the mid twenty twelve oh three had WCBS with thanksgiving now out of the way the focus for some turns to holiday shopping more from WCBS reporter Kristi collision in Jersey not one but two fifty eight inch smart TV's were packed into me to his truck I just got it because I just got I just saw it on on sale and I use them grab and he says he came to Walmart in Kearney at six AM for the sonos soundbar speakers but they already ran out since Walmart's Black Friday deals already started on Thursday but he says the two fifty eight inch four K. smart TV's for under two hundred dollars each was the next best thing he says if he had a bigger truck he would have walked out with more if I have a lot I want to get in probably like two more for my mom and my sis is there the to another shopper say shelves are already clearing out in Kearney critically here WCBS newsradio eight eighty starting today through the new year.

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"kristi collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:35 min | 10 months ago

"kristi collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Steve burns is at the Menlo Park mall in medicine and joins us live Steve yeah Matt at the Menlo Park mall is one of those malls the doors just opened here at Macy's it was an orderly entrance for the hundred or so people lined up outside talking with folks as they waited in line here the big theme seems to be tradition this is just as much a part of their thanksgiving as says you know Turkey in football obviously the deals are another reason people come out here in droves and this is of course only the beginning of a long shopping weekend in long shopping season ahead of Christmas the national retail federation they're usually pretty bullish and folks they're excited about what's to come they expect about a hundred sixty five million people to shop over this long weekend retail sales will be a bit better than last year they forecasting to go up around four percent the R. F. might not like what if you folks here told me that they're not necessarily planning on buying anything only checking out some prices and then seeing if they can get a better deal on line definitely tells you how much the shopping experience has changed as of late mac thank you see that Steve burns of the Menlo Park mall in Edison five oh for a double the CBS the wind was not strong enough to prevent those big balloons from flying at the ninety third annual Macy's thanksgiving day parade EE CBS reporter Kristi collision was along the parade route for all the fun and festivities eight from New beach of the grain chin everything in between Macy's creative directors behind the parade say it was yet another successful year great creative director Rick homework we are.

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"kristi collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:57 min | 10 months ago

"kristi collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Resident you didn't want to give his name says traffic is backed up now day and night what happens is cab drivers uber drivers or not to toot but the little five seconds ten seconds it right in front of the police officers who do absolutely nothing DOT deputy commissioner Eric beaten says their surveys have not seen a significant traffic impact is not to say that traffic is fast but everything it has not changed substantially from what it was before the press conference was also held to warn drivers that bus and street mounted cameras are now taking video of vehicles that blocked the fourteenth street bus lane or fail to make the first right turn off the street in Union Square Marla diamond WCBS newsradio eight eighty a brutal attack on and his CITIC manic Rockland county has yet to be deemed a hate crime as the investigation continues WCBS reporter Kristi collision has the update from law enforcement officials say they're still looking through surveillance video to find any credible information on the suspect who allegedly stabbed an orthodox Jewish man multiple times Wednesday morning on his way to prayer was an attempted murder is the way I see it police chief Fred Y. del says more information is still needed to see if the attack is considered a hate crime Steve gold co founder of the Rockland county Jewish federation was one of the many members of the Jewish community speaking out he suspects that this may not be the last attack of its kind in Rockland county he is the son of two Holocaust survivors the stories they told me what I was like to be a Jew and how scared of was to be a Jew came back to my mind first and that shouldn't be and and at at all the victim is said to be in critical condition and rent a PO critically Sheena WCBS newsradio eight eighty it's two thirty six will always be on the radio at eight eighty A. M. but now the only place to stream WCBS on your smartphone is the radio dot com app download it.

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"kristi collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:40 min | 11 months ago

"kristi collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Illegal turn trying to get to the Willis Avenue bridge in East Harlem early yesterday morning the twenty five year old victim Matt Travis was an aspiring professional wrestler my son is not here anymore he was left in the street add to see his son a screen and and trying to live out his dream his mother spoke with CBS to Travis is now the twenty eighth bicyclist killed on city streets this year police are still looking for the driver of the truck never stopped it is getting harder to park in the city and that is because thousands of spots have been disappearing our Steve Byrnes explains you can call it a crusade against cars planners might instead say it's an effort to reduce congestion bicyclist would tell you today effort to keep them alive the post cites a department of transportation analysis in calculating that just over six thousand on street parking spaces have been eliminated in the city in the last two years about two thirds of those are now commercial zones with the city hoping to cut down on double parking trucks then you have what's going on here on Central Park west and many other streets parking spaces being taken away in order to give cyclists are safer ride one was killed along this street last year twenty eight cyclists have died in the city this year almost three times last year's total and this is only the beginning the city council recently passed speaker Cory Johnson streets master plan bail at its passage Johnson said city streets have been stacked in car drivers favor for too long on the Upper West Side Steve Byrnes WCBS newsradio eighty eighty at all costs metro north riders a bit more to park at its twenty five stations an effort to raise more money WCBS reporter Kristi collision with more from White Plains.

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"kristi collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"kristi collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Upper East Side Marla diamond WCBS newsradio eight eighty was coming to Hoboken the largest park in its history they're beginning to build it now it is going to help with the flooding they help W. CBS reporter Kristi collision spoke with the city's mayor an ice skating rink outdoor fitness loop and vessels to store up to two million gallons of water Hoboken's northwest resiliency park which broke ground on Friday we'll have all of that or try to do is set up our system that against against flooding by integrating green infrastructure to side of the park mobile can mayor Robbie ball it describes the park as a national model it will be the third part of its kind in the city placed in one of the city's many acute flood locations site about yeah I it entities for people of all ages and all interest but does so in a matter of that also but dressed up major channels yeah the park is set to open in mid twenty twenty two critically here WCBS newsradio eight eighty sixty nine degrees this morning cloudy skies as we head into the seventies today with showers it's a twenty two and Joe Connelly's here in just a you don't have to listen to me you can just change the station it's completely within your control your personal information well that's another story when you shop banker browse online your info travels all over exposing you to cyber threats which are out of your control more threads demand more protection that's why Norton LifeLock are now part of one company Norton three sixty with LifeLock provides all in one membership for your cyber safety they give you device security identity theft protection the V. P. N. for online privacy and more no one can prevent all cyber crime and identity theft but Norton three sixty with LifeLock is your ally in today's connected world sign up today for Norton three sixty with LifeLock in since you didn't choose to listen save twenty five percent or more of your first year by going to Norton dot com slash radio that's Norton dot com slash radio for twenty five percent off two miracles exist the scene West Virginia in the fall callers exploding everywhere you look driving a country road I can forest the small towns.

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"kristi collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"kristi collision" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Instead of operating as part of the athletic department in Hoboken construction got underway on that city's largest park aiming to combat problems with flooding WCBS reporter Kristi collision heard from the mayor an ice skating rink outdoor fitness loop and vessels to store up to two million gallons of water Hoboken's northwest resiliency park which broke ground on Friday we'll have all of that or try to do is set up our system that against against flooding integrating green infrastructure to side of the park mobile can mayor Robbie polity scribes the park as a national model it will be the third part of its kind in the city placed in one of the city's many acute flood locations site about yeah Pfizer the band ease for people of all ages and all interest but does so in a matter of that also but dressed up major channels yeah the park is set to open in mid twenty twenty two critically here WCBS newsradio eighty eighty it's three twenty two doctors orders is sponsored by our W. J. Barnabas self the store close to the doctors these are the doctor's orders we raise with the rule always clean your plate well it's time to break the habit a recent study found that Americans underestimate how much we buy as much as fifty percent it's nine hundred dollars per meal thirty percent less at one meal you could save two hundred seventy calories and it may not sound like much but over the course of the year that could mean a weight loss of twenty eight one doesn't need to lose twenty pounds it does show that when it comes your health is a little things that go along way portion control is an important part for more information log on the doctors TV dot com the store and those are the doctor's order three seven by rocket mortgage by quicken loans who understands that it's not just a mortgage your mortgage that's the difference rocket mortgage push button yet mortgage discount travel sites say they have the best prices but help com has the price match guarantee look me in the eye if you find a better rate the match and take twenty five percent off yeah well this is radio so just stare at the radio will not Khan has the best prices thank you swear yeah radius where plus you can choose your exact room and get free wifi cross my heart stick a needle.

Kristi collision Hoboken northwest resiliency park reporter W. J. Barnabas Khan two hundred seventy calories nine hundred dollars twenty five percent two million gallons thirty percent fifty percent twenty pounds