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Rays beat Philadelphia 4-3, hurt Phillies' playoff hopes

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00:09 sec | 4 hrs ago

Rays beat Philadelphia 4-3, hurt Phillies' playoff hopes

"Playoffs hopes are on life support after they fell to the Rays last night with one game left today, they're going to need some help from other teams the claim a playoff spot. The

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States begin to lift coronavirus restrictions, many concerned for health risk

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00:55 sec | 8 hrs ago

States begin to lift coronavirus restrictions, many concerned for health risk

"To more than seven million Americans being infected the death toll over 204,000 now far more than any other country. Here's correspondent Daniel Bacchus, New York City continues to open with caution, making outdoor dining permanent. I feel like it's really nice to get back to normal and like I also think it's really good for the restaurant, but others are taking a controversial approach. Florida's governor is lifting our restrictions on bars, restaurants and other businesses were prepared. If we see an increase, we're not closing. Anything going forward, we're gonna be able to host the Super Bowl in February. Here in California. Health officials say there could be an 89% increase in Corona virus related hospitalizations over the next month. people tested positive for Koven 19 in a single day, marking the first time since June. 5th that has happened

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Far-right group Proud Boys rally in Portland, Oregon

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01:00 min | 11 hrs ago

Far-right group Proud Boys rally in Portland, Oregon

"Something like this. Even under the circumstances. New York City continues to open with caution, making outdoor dining permanent. Against a background of very different protests around the country champ was back the blue meaning police in Portland, Oregon, and a rally organized by a right wing group calling itself the proud boys. Although some did carry arms. There were fewer marchers than expected the demonstration largely peaceful elsewhere. In Washington, D C and other cities the chance we're black lives matter and the name of Briana Taylor, the young black woman killed by police in Louisville in sports NHL Stanley Cup finals. Tampa Bay Lightning Dallas stars going into double overtime in Game five. It was do or die for Dallas, which has just won in double overtime. 322. This is CBS News. You can listen to CBS News Radio 24 hours a day, seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio

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New Repaving Plan to Make Philadelphia's Washington Ave Safer for Pedestrians, Cyclists

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01:11 min | 12 hrs ago

New Repaving Plan to Make Philadelphia's Washington Ave Safer for Pedestrians, Cyclists

"Philadelphia Philadelphia street street will will be be redesigned redesigned to to make make it it safer safer for for walkers. walkers. But But drivers drivers will lose a lane in the process. Hey, Y W. City Hall Bureau chief, Palo explains Washington Avenue is a five lane mash up of cars and Busses trucks often double parked and cyclists dodging in and out of bike lanes to avoid them. There were 254 crashes there between 2012 and 2018. So when the city got federal money to repave the whole stretch from fourth to Grace Ferry, Lily Reynolds, deputy director of Complete Street says it was an opportunity

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NASA astronaut plans to cast her ballot from space station

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00:17 sec | 15 hrs ago

NASA astronaut plans to cast her ballot from space station

"Will be casting her ballot more than 200 miles above the Earth. Kate Rubins is getting ready for a mid October launch and a six month stay at the International space Station. She will use a secure electronic ballot with Mitch Mission control forwards to the space station and then sends to a county clerk lease.

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Aviation industry rocked by furloughs amid COVID-19 pandemic

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01:15 min | 22 hrs ago

Aviation industry rocked by furloughs amid COVID-19 pandemic

"And the aviation industry was among the hardest hit by the Corona virus pandemic, and for months, government support has kept many airlines from furloughing or laying off their employees. But that support is coming to an end. CBS NEWS Chris Van Cleve has the story American started the year is the world's largest airline with about 140,000 Employees Cove it has devastated its business. On the government's payroll support program runs out next week. American will be 30% smaller overnight, 19,000 will lose their jobs and 15 cities will lose their service CEO Doug Parker. I just can't believe The winning, We may not be able to do the right thing simply because our elected officials can't come to any sort of compromise agreement. In a show of unity outside the capital this week, airline CEOs, union leaders and employees pleaded with Congress for another 25 billion in payroll support to halt as many as 76,000 furloughs and layoffs. Through at least march. This is really people. Moving their stuff into their cars and trying to figure out how to survive. There is rare bipartisan support in Congress and the White House that something should be done. But a covert relief package remains stalled, as is a Senate bill. Focus solely on airline aid. Chris Van Cleve Washington

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Philadelphia's Washington Ave. to lose two traffic lanes for safety

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01:12 min | 1 d ago

Philadelphia's Washington Ave. to lose two traffic lanes for safety

"Is about to get a makeover that city officials say we'll make it safer for pedestrians but the number of lanes for cars, they're going to be reduced. Can one one of of you, you, City City Hall Hall bureau bureau chief chief Pat Pat Lope Lope tells tells us us it's it's a a tradeoff tradeoff that that neighbors neighbors and and businesses businesses seem seem prepared prepared to to make. make. Washington Washington Avenue Avenue is is a a five five lane lane mash mash up up of of cars cars and and Busses. Busses. Trucks Trucks often often double double parked parked and and cyclist. cyclist. Sing Sing in in and and out out of of bike bike lanes lanes to to avoid avoid them. them. There There were were 254 254 crashes crashes there there between between 2012 2012 and and 2018. 2018. So So in in the the city city got got federal federal money to repave the whole stretch from fourth to Grace Ferry. Lily Reynolds, deputy director of Complete Street says it was an opportunity to really look at the safety holistically of the streets as well as how it functions for for all all users. users. More More than than 5000. 5000. Neighbors Neighbors weighed weighed in in on on improvement improvement options, options, and and nearly nearly three three quarters quarters chose chose a a plan plan that that reduces reduces the the road road to to three three lanes lanes with with bike bike lanes lanes on on both both sides protected by Parking spaces that will include more loading zones for trucks and time to parking to produce more turnover and effectively more parking. The city is really looking forward, Tio realizing what we heard from the community as as a month. Those priorities next step. The city is taking input for improvements at the broad German town and eerie intersection, go to K y w news radio dot com for a link to the survey. Pat

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New York City To Make Expanded Outdoor Dining Areas Permanent, Mayor de Blasio Says

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01:03 min | 1 d ago

New York City To Make Expanded Outdoor Dining Areas Permanent, Mayor de Blasio Says

"Is now permanent New York City, which eases fears of a struggling restaurant owners about a winner, shutdown correspondent Rich Lamb has this story. Mayor de Blasio says the city initiative allowing restaurants to use part of the surrounding sidewalk and street space where possible is being made permanent and your own. This is something that A lot of folks in the restaurant industry have said, could we find a way to build upon this success? I want us to go for the gold here. I want us to really take this model and make it part of the life of New York City for years and generations to come on the mayor, calling it an extraordinarily positive experiment noted some 10,000 restaurants have taken part. And as he put it on his WN Y C broadcast, almost 100,000 jobs have been saved. And de Blasio announced that the Open streets initiative, which has allowed a number of restaurants to expand outdoor dining even more greatly on weekends, will also be made permanent. And this also comes as indoor dining is set to return to the city in this coming week.

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Dangerous 'Benadryl challenge' prompts warning from FDA over high doses of medication

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00:26 sec | 1 d ago

Dangerous 'Benadryl challenge' prompts warning from FDA over high doses of medication

"Viral video challenge is putting teenagers lives in danger here. CBS News is Norah O'Donnell, the FDA has issued an urgent warning against taking part in this so called Benadryl Challenge on social Media. Several teenagers have posted videos of themselves on Tic Tac, taking high doses of the allergy medication. The FDA is investigating reports of teenagers ending up in emergency rooms or dying and now Tic Tac says that they are working on removing the video's.

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Confirmed tornado touches down in South Carolina's Myrtle Beach

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00:31 sec | 1 d ago

Confirmed tornado touches down in South Carolina's Myrtle Beach

"Warning. A tornado touched down last night in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Lifeguard Landon Beard was on the beach when it appeared I turned around, and I see in about 30 yards behind me, just roll on picking up the boxes and chairs and, uh, give me a heart attack right on the beach area was not under a tornado warning. The National Weather Service says sometimes brief tornadoes can happen between radar scans. Those brief tornadoes oath can occur with tropical remnants.

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Philadelphia city treasurer Christian Dunbar fired over embezzlement, sham marriage allegations

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01:11 min | 1 d ago

Philadelphia city treasurer Christian Dunbar fired over embezzlement, sham marriage allegations

"Following for you. Philadelphia's treasurer is arrested and given the boot from his position. A wide open your city Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe explains. Christian Dunbar became treasure just over a year ago after three years as deputy treasure and five years as a financial advisor at Wells Fargo before that, U. S attorney William McSwain says the charges go backto anyways it Wells Fargo defendant engaged in a scheme to embezzle $15,000 from two different bank customers, McSwain says. Dunbar also married a U. S citizen in 2006, while a student at Temple University on Lee as a route to citizenship, then divorced her in 2016 after becoming a citizen. McSwain says his current wife did the same thing, but neither she nor the alleged jam spouses were charged. A city spokesman says Mayor Kenny was unaware of the investigation. A statement from the mayor says the inspector general will conduct a thorough review of the office to resolve any concerns about transaction storing Dunbar's tenure. Dunbar oversaw hundreds of millions of dollars in bond sales at City Hall, Pat Lobe Y. W News radio, A Helping hand family

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Philadelphia - AMBER ALERT CANCELED for 7-year-old girl in Montgomery County

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00:11 sec | 1 d ago

Philadelphia - AMBER ALERT CANCELED for 7-year-old girl in Montgomery County

"And abducted seven year old girl from Elkins Park. Police say by the girl's biological father is safe this evening, ma'am Township police say he's in custody in New York and faces charges.

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Family of Breonna Taylor demands release of evidence in case

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00:49 sec | 1 d ago

Family of Breonna Taylor demands release of evidence in case

"The family of Briana Taylor is demanding that the Kentucky Attorney general release the grand jury transcript. After the grand jury this week decided not to indict any of the three police officers who shot into Taylor's apartment in connection with her death. Family attorney Ben Crump demanded the grand jury's files be released, released a transcript so we can have transparency. We didn't choose this fraternity Thiss fraternity chose us Jacob Lake senior whose son was left paralyzed by an officer's bullets to his back in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Says he drove eight hours to be here. I want people to understand that we're set up way demand justice everywhere.

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2 charged over handling of virus outbreak at veterans home

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01:01 min | 2 d ago

2 charged over handling of virus outbreak at veterans home

"80 people died from Corona virus have been criminally charged for their handling of the outbreak. The Holy Oak soldiers Home Superintendent Bennett Walsh. And medical director David Clinton have been indicted by a grand jury on charges stemming from their decision to combine to dementia units as the virus was spreading throughout the home. Florida's governor has lifted all Covad 19 restrictions on restaurants. Florida Governor Rhonda Sanders says shutting down restaurants didn't change much in places like South Florida. I challenge you to show me a difference in those epidemic curve. They've been operating at 15% capacity, and dissenters says it's time to open again full up no restrictions. They're not going to be able to be closed by locals anymore, and they will be able to operate at the capacity that that they're comfortable with. Florida cases air down dramatically from early in mid summer, but To Satis acknowledges that a second wave could come, he says. Quote. I don't think anybody knows Peter King. CBS NEWS Orlando officials in Minnesota have been forced to stop a covert 19

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Fauci says U.S. 'still knee-deep in the first wave' of COVID-19

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00:17 sec | 2 d ago

Fauci says U.S. 'still knee-deep in the first wave' of COVID-19

"Corona virus, given the fact new cases really didn't decline. Significantly, he says. We should instead be asking Are we prepared for the challenge of fall and winter? Rather than saying Are we ready for a second wave of covert governor? Murphy says the federal government has approved New Jersey's

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ESPN's Mark Jones says he'll refuse police protection Saturday for his own safety

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00:30 sec | 2 d ago

ESPN's Mark Jones says he'll refuse police protection Saturday for his own safety

"Broadcaster says he doesn't want to use police as his security. Mark Jones along Tweet Mark Jones says he'll refuse police protection at tomorrow's Army Cincinnati football game. Jones says he'll tell the officer on duty to take the day off because he'd rather not get shot over his black skin and sign his own death certificate. Jones has been vocal on Twitter in recent days, especially in reaction to the Briana Taylor case. Some have responded by Retweeting Jones support for police in years past. Jennifer Brown CBS News

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Giant rat wins animal hero award for sniffing out landmines

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00:39 sec | 2 d ago

Giant rat wins animal hero award for sniffing out landmines

"Won a British Charities Top civilian award for animal bravery. He's receiving the honor researching out on exploded landmines and Cambodia and believe it or not, it's the first time a rat is ever one such an award. Magdala is a giant African pouch rat received the PDS A's gold medal for his quote, lifesaving bravery and devotion after discovering 39 landmines and 28 items of unexploded ordinance In the past seven years. The P D A s a award consider the animal equivalent of the U. K's George Cross, which is a decoration for heroism.

Police: Teenager, shot in head inside laundromat in West Philadelphia reported to be in critical condition

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00:15 sec | 2 d ago

Police: Teenager, shot in head inside laundromat in West Philadelphia reported to be in critical condition

"A teenager is in the hospital in critical condition tonight after he was shot in the head inside a laundromat in west Philadelphia Happen around 4 30 this afternoon, it spin cycle coin laundry along Vine Street between 56th and 57th. Police have not made any

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02:36 min | 3 months ago

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"To know from KYW newsradio get ready to gold green K. Y. W. suburban bureau chief Jim Miller reports Philadelphia and its collar counties will move into governor wolf's less restrictive green face next week the green fees allows spas barbershops and salons to reopen but at half capacity and by appointment only movie theaters casinos shopping malls and gyms can also opened but also with only fifty percent capacity bars and restaurants allow indoor dining at half the capacity masks and social distancing are still required endorsed fellow workers to continue where possible governor Wilson's Philadelphia met the criteria moved green next week but city officials are taking a more cautious approach in keeping certain restrictions through July third but Bucks Montgomery Chester and Delaware counties are among the twelfth that will make the move to green at twelve oh one AM on Friday June twenty sixth all counties are in green or about to move to greener except Lebanon county the governor says Lebanon county did not meet the criteria he blames are moved to relax restrictions saying that's resulted in an uptick in cases at the suburban bureau Jim network capable use radio rotavirus brings back an old form of currency in one city that's ahead right now it's ten thirty two we check traffic and weather on the two sponsored by window nation buy two get two free sale window nation dot com here's Tyree all right Paul volume is definitely starting to pick up out there in the school expressway right now starting to slow down a bit westbound you're glad when then again approaching four seventy six the blue route it's just a tap of the brakes but we are starting to see an increase in volume west on the vine expressway or get sluggish on that ramp that takes you to the westbound side of seventy six no Delaware County ninety five that is crawling already from the Commodore Barry bridge down at the approach of the state line that's construction this weekend it's the center lane that is close not see any problems on the northbound side of ninety five not out on four twenty two you have that construction eastbound approaching Santa told the one lane is closed and then again another crew before you get to Reuters for to be heading over into the area bridges just remember you can head over the Burlington Bristol bridge that's closed through the weekend Monday at five they expect to have that reopened in South Jersey plenty of volume as people head to the shore it's the forty two freeway southbound sluggish near fifty five then your heavy approaching the Atlantic city expressway not seeing any problems right now I'm fifty five Delsea drive does slow near three forty seven as you head through Dennis Phil mass transit no major delays were not saying what you're seeing two one five seven twenty four ten sixty our next update in less than ten minutes and curry Moses in the K. Y. W. twenty traffic center now.

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03:25 min | 5 months ago

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"To know from KYW newsradio later this week in the wild woods the beach's boardwalk in other public spaces will be re opening in short term rentals are allowed again after Memorial Day but so far there's no timetable for shops and dining restaurants to reopen so Cape May county officials have submitted their own plan for doing so to governor Murphy they want to use to menace has details you shore town of Hanalei beach restrictions differently some aren't allowing sunbathing but north Wildwood mayor Patrick was an L. SS starting Friday you can sit in a chair on the beach in Wildwood and north Wildwood he says people can't forget about social distancing and the boardwalk may be open for a run walk or bike ride but many doors will stay closed the game arcades the things of that nature they are not open as they again fall directly under the governor's orders shops and dining restaurants still shut down as well how do those places reopen Cape May county officials sent a thirty five page proposal to governor Murphy's office says freeholder in sea Isle mayor land as a Dario we're calling cautious but moving forward officials say Cape May county has a very small percentage of the state's coronavirus cases so risen Ellis says they need to get small businesses open safely because the summer months are all they have to stay afloat you miss any significant amount of those ninety days you're most likely looking at catastrophic economic losses at the Jersey Shore the man is killing W. news radio it's eleven thirty two press and trump is demanding of payroll tax cut in the next coronavirus relief package but that appears to be a non starter even for some Republicans story after we check traffic and weather sponsored by window nation buy two get two free sale window nation dot com your steamy Reese we've got three separate issues on the Schuylkill expressway one of them is eastbound this is as you approach Gulph road all in the area before you get to the blue route for seventy six looks like the work crew that was west bound in the curve is now turning going east we're seeing a delay there eastbound again this is all before the blue route for seventy six what to get past that you're okay until you get down to the approach of Montgomery you're absolutely crawling down to Girard where only the left lane is getting by they're still doing repairs from the overnight accident that had this Google close for about seven hours so it's still trying to get that all fixed and then westbound Schuylkill expressway traffic is jammed up because of a bridge inspection crew on University Avenue overpass in the right lane ninety five we're in pretty good shape southbound right around wood haven you've got a work crew picking out the right lane but it's not a big delay just give them some space as you go by looking great ninety five past the airport and all the way down into Delaware no problems to report the bridges are in pretty good shape there's Commodore Barry bridge construction eastbound but none of the lay right now things are looking good on the mark with a king sorry on he well within bridge part of the king drive is still closed to cars people actually get out there to exercise listing far enough apart Kelly drive is open if you'd like to take that in New Jersey we've got to ninety five north on the ramp two three twenty two closed and that's construction till four o'clock two ninety five northbound approaching Burlington mount Holly construction in the left lane and one thirty both ways above the Burlington Bristol bridge work going on in the left lane there until three o'clock now back over on the PA side we're not seeing any other serious issues just a quick reminder that seventy six east bound you cannot use the ramp abroad that is closed for a long term project mass transit no major delays to report of course on a reduced schedule for this time AT&T phone forced tip line is back.

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03:28 min | 5 months ago

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

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04:50 min | 5 months ago

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

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04:36 min | 5 months ago

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"To know from KYW newsradio the wealth of inspiration is now making it a requirement to wear a mask in the central business like a grocery store or pharmacy in order to protect the workers there K. Y. W. Sten Jimenez reports the order is now in effect Pennsylvania's health secretary Dr Rachel Levine signed the order and when it comes to wearing a mask or some kind of face covering governor wolf says it's critical that people do so this will help us keep the central business is open and operational it is the right thing to do to protect the people who have done so much for us when the governor's office released the order there was mention that stores could quote deny entry to individuals not wearing masks so we asked the governor's office to clarify that in the response was businesses are expected to use quote sound judgment but they can't stand in the way of people getting food medicine or supplies now if a customer doesn't wear a mask officials say the store has to offer an alternative way to get what they need can't wear mask because of a medical condition officials so you don't have to part of the order also requires employees to cover up their faces and for stores to emphasize social distancing and sanitizing carts and baskets which many places have been doing already Tim Jimenez killer W. news radio the state Senate yesterday passed a pair of controversial bills to address the re opening of business amid the pandemic at least one bill is headed to a veto from governor wolf K. one W. Harrisburg bureau chief Tony Romeo reports one bill now headed to the governor would have created a process to re open businesses based on CDC and other federal guidance a spokeswoman for governor will says he plans to veto the bill saying it would only extend economic hardships created by the pandemic the state Senate meanwhile passed another bill that would give counties authorities to reopen businesses senator Judy Schwank a Democrat from Berks county we are literally transferring the authority to make these decisions the county commissioners who may not actually even want this forty Republican Jake Corman is the Senate Majority Leader when the governor began the process of staying home orders he didn't do it sixty seven kinds of time that bill heads to the house for consideration in Harrisburg Tony Romeo KYW newsradio there are now more than seventy one thousand covered nineteen cases in New Jersey resulting in over thirty one hundred finality since South Jersey forty one hundred cases a hundred thirty eight deaths officials in Jersey are cautiously optimistic about newly developed saliva test could prove pivotal in the mid to a bid to increase testing K. Y. W. South Jersey bureau chief David Madden reports workers is the billable saliva tested does not need a health care professional to administer it the FDA gave emergency preliminary approval and governor Phil Murphy's wasting no time in trying it out we are working intensely with rockers and specifically now with Middlesex County to roll out this new testing system and we will closely monitor how everything goes nothing's for certain at this point but if this works it could allow for a lot more tests that could speed up not just the relaxation of some of the restrictions we've lived with for weeks but perhaps that limited re opening of the economy Murphy says he understands why people are anxious with spring weather leading the thoughts of outdoor plans graduations weddings and such but he doesn't see a dramatic change in those limitations in the short term and suggest we all prepare for a new normal that'll be in place for quite a while in South Jersey David Madden KYW newsradio and take a look around the rest of the region Philadelphia now with seven thousand four hundred forty one cases and two hundred twenty two deaths Montgomery County two thousand one hundred ninety nine cases a hundred twenty deaths Montgomery County commissioner and physician Dr valor Kerr says the only safe way to roll back social distancing is to roll out a widespread testing but says right now there are not enough tests available and the results take too long under that scenario if that doesn't change the safest thing would be to wait so we have zero cases zero new cases and then go two more weeks and then look at starting to relax social distancing a little bit Dr Kerr says viruses aren't limited by county or state lines so she hopes the entire country bases decisions on data and science Delaware County meanwhile nineteen hundred thirty five cases and sixteen deaths also sixty deaths in Bucks county where there are fourteen hundred fifty cases Chester County has a six hundred seventy five coronavirus cases twenty three deaths in the state of Delaware two thousand fourteen cases and forty six deaths we've got delays on couple of septa lines even with the reduced service Sam will take a look at that coming up next it's seven nine thirty.

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02:03 min | 6 months ago

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"Need to know from KYW newsradio president trump announces new guidance from the CDC regarding facemask what many of us staying home and getting out only for the essentials like key jobs are shopping government disease experts now advise us to put something on our faces when we do leave home to keep infected people who show no covert nineteen symptoms from spreading it especially places like grocery stores and pharmacies Dr Robert Redfield is director of the centers for disease control this virus has a great weakness you can jump from one person to another but it's got to swim within six weeks this is why we really want that that's sad we now know that there may be individuals and significant raises significant community transmission that may be a symptomatically infected and we know that they face very and actually interrupt the number of virus particles that can go for one person the other Tom forty CBS news governor Tom wolf is recommending all Pennsylvanians wear a mask when they leave their homes with a number of positive cases statewide in excess of eighty four hundred and rising the governors stressing the need to intensify all measures to help prevent further spread two days ago I amplified our social distancing efforts by instituting a state wide state home order today I'm asking all Pennsylvanians to wear masks anytime you leave your house well says the only way to help stop the spread is to act like we all have the virus he says while sometimes it is necessary to leave your house he's urging anyone who really doesn't have to go outside to stay indoors a covert nineteen survivor calls an eyeopener will have his story in a moment on KYW newsradio right now it's time for traffic and weather on the Tuesday sponsored by window nation buy two get two free sale window nation dot com what's going on Billy Dawson you can just imagine John not a whole lot but that's okay we kinda like it like that and get a look in and all all of the major jam cam just checking out some pinpoint areas here I'm actually gonna take a look here in Delaware for ninety five north.

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03:04 min | 6 months ago

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"To know from KYW newsradio had something else officials confirm five hundred thirty three new coronavirus cases in the state bringing the total number of cross the Commonwealth more than twenty seven hundred we're also reporting a dozen additional deaths according including one each in Philadelphia Montgomery and Delaware counties governor Tom wolf is taking aggressive measures to try to ease the burden on the healthcare system let's go live to the news line checking with K. Y. W. Sadat's business who monitored at a state briefing within the last hour das yeah David everything just recently wrapped up within the past half hour so Pennsylvania governor Tom wolf announced today that the state will be temporarily lifting regulations and medical professionals for example we're now allowing any licensed health care professional to provide services over telemedicine he says they will also be allowing certain licensees to complete continuing education online or through distance learning we have many highly experienced medical professionals who have retired and allow their licenses to lapse if these professionals are in good standing we're going to be letting them reactivate their licenses without fees and without needing to take continuing education credits and they have a governor Wilson's retirees don't need to help covert nineteen patients to be a huge help he says by taking patients who have other health issues they will be easing the burden on the healthcare system now so far the state has received a hundred in nineteen applications for license renewals and the governor hopes that by increasing this number and increasing the number of health professionals caring for sick people here in Pennsylvania they'll be easing the burden on the state and beat that then allow the people that are able to focus on coronavirus patience to do so which will obviously help with this crisis David obviously a all hands on deck Kalidas Christmas joining us live new Jersey's new numbers may startle you that story coming up after traffic and weather let's go to Calgary Moses first check out the roads are not tarred David's going from bad to worse on ninety five north bound in Delaware County this is approaching four seventy six the blue route we've got a serious accident up ahead of you all lanes are closed and I'm letting anyone through as they try and push all of this off to the side and taking a look now looks like they just now re open the left lane again at an absolute crawl though north point ninety five heading through Delaware County and I'm gonna get through this any time soon hopefully we'll get a little bit better we'll keep you posted there south ninety five on the downside of the Girard point bridge it's another accident there the left lanes closed more from the blue route approaching the exit for media swath Moore another accent the left lane is close all this is weather related that's why it's quite the mess out there this afternoon area bridges are pretty much okay at this time in New Jersey it's route seventy three at High Street is only the right lane and right shoulder that is getting by cutting down on traffic lights there's a look out for that our next update is in less than ten minutes I'm covering those is in the K. Y. W. twenty four hour traffic center.

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01:44 min | 7 months ago

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"Romeo KYW newsradio and there's also an update on the number of cases throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania that's stories coming up here on KYW newsradio right now it's five two time for traffic and weather on the two's gonna first check on the roads of this five o'clock hour with one more thank you Sir and we're looking at the Walt Whitman bridge heading into New Jersey looks like traffic is slowing as you make your way out of Philadelphia traffic slows at the mid span not exactly sure what's going on there but will not check on that didn't have an update in our next report from motorists traveling on the Schuylkill expressway vine expressway interstate ninety five light volume across the board there's a crash being cleaned up on creek road and state road in New London township Chester County an accident Westchester on walnut street at Market Street Jersey route one thirty northbound slow traffic at cove road that's in Pennsauken N. in cherry hill east on route seventy the left lanes closed just past Cup bird Boulevard that's because the earlier accident that resulted in a downed traffic signal best friends it's running or close to schedule if we're not saying what you're seeing been eighteen anti phone four steps to call us at two one five seven twenty four ten sixty six a day less than ten minutes I'm Troy Morris and the K. Y. W. twenty four hour traffic thank you so much Troy and now we go to the NBC ten first alert five day forecast for that we will commence the stop that Steve Britain set for this evening it looks like the clouds start rolling a little bit more now yeah J. they're arriving right on schedule and we're going to see those clouds continue to thicken up and yes we even have the chance of some showers arriving later on this evening there's a big swath of rain even a few wet snow flakes mixed in across west central PA and it's a weak system but just enough to be a nuisance tonight with some scattered showers so have an umbrella after nine o'clock temperatures in the fifties or early this evening and overnight low temperature of.

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03:17 min | 7 months ago

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"The latest from KYW newsradio this is not a time for excuses this is a time for pulling out all the stops that from the head of the World Health Organization calling on countries to act on their plans for how to deal with disease outbreaks during this coronavirus crisis American health officials are saying they expect a far lower death rate for the virus than the WHO's current estimate saying the organization is not accounting for mild cases of coronavirus that go on it uncounted the health and Human Services department says the U. S. can expect the death rate somewhere between zero point one percent of cases that's like the seasonal flu and one percent now there are still no confirmed cases in our area but there appears to be one in north Jersey they will use two minutes as the latest officials in the garden state say they tested a sample one came back positive but they're now waiting for the CDC test results to come in governor Phil Murphy in a statement says the patient has been hospitalized for a few days in Bergen county NorthJersey dot com has more details they report the patient is a thirty two year old Fort Lee man is doing well in isolation a Hackensack university Medical Center K. Y. W. medical editor Dr Brian McDonough says even with word of a New Jersey case there's no need to panic I think the key point to understand is that they're still a very small chance of contracting covert nineteen at this point however use common sense wash your hands twenty to twenty five seconds at a time I would say that from the very beginning that advice doesn't change in addition to that try to clean surfaces if you're going to be there for a prolonged period of time or working for a prolonged period of time they are the big things you can do New Jersey health commissioner says most residents are still at low risk of getting the virus they're not working to track the people the patient has come in close contact with Tim Jimenez KYW newsradio one oh seven now a week after the top two lawyers in the Montgomery County public defender's office were fired several groups held a protest this morning at the courthouse in Norristown suburban bureau chief K. Y. W. Jim Miller is their reaction to the firing of chief Montgomery County public defender dean beer and a second in command kisha Hudson was swift fellow public defenders the ACLU even Philadelphia DA Larry Krasner accusing Montgomery County administrators of firing the two because they filed a brief in a suit in Philadelphia that was extremely critical of Montgomery county's cash bail system but a letter from Montgomery County chief operating officer leasehold easy act of beer just days before the firing paints a different picture stressing the administration supported beers work on criminal justice reform especially cash bail it also questioned several moves by beer including what the letter described as the misuse of county resources when beer in Hudson had interned scour police social media accounts for improper post that according to the letter was only done so the information could be given to were were Porter at Philly voice in Norristown Jim Edward K. Y. W. news radio the final results from Israel's election are in and they confirmed prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has again fallen short of a majority in parliament that means no end in sight for the political deadlock in that country Monday's election was Israel's third in less than a year forty nine degrees mostly sunny at the radio dot com world headquarters in center city we're heading to fifty two this afternoon there are delays on route forty two in New Jersey will check in with the traffic center on that next.

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03:12 min | 9 months ago

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"Day depend on KYW newsradio now at twelve fifteen it's time to nominate people for the Philadelphia board of education but many members will likely stay in their positions the centers for disease control and prevention says twenty two children in the U. S. have died of the flu so far this season and recapping our top story US officials are confident the Ukrainian airplane that was shot down shortly after take off was taken down by an Iranian missile that's all ahead in the next fifteen minutes good afternoon I'm Suzanne Monaghan Greg woman teeny and damn Mike at the editors that nominations are open for the next Philadelphia board of education but it appears likely that current members will return if they want to he went above you city hall bureau chief hello has details the education nominating panel who will be taking nominations online or by mail until January twenty third they have to send the mayor twenty seven names three for each seat by February eighteenth mayor Jim Kenney who picks the final nine members ask the panel to include the names of all the current board members and their nominations he says he's been pleased with their performance since they were appointed to replace the school reform commission two years ago our test scores are proving a graduation rates improving the climate our schools are improving we have more high performing schools than we did before once the mayor asks you to include all of the current board members are the results sort of a foregone conclusion no they aren't window Pritchett is chairman of the panel we have a job to do we take that seriously and you never know when life what things will happen in any process so now there'll be an extra step for the final line this time under charter change approved by voters two years ago city council will have veto power over the mayor's choices at city hall Pat lobe K. Y. W. news radio this is one of the most severe flu seasons in recent years so far this season twenty seven U. S. children have died from the flu that's according to the centers for disease control and prevention the twenty seven deaths is the highest number of pediatric deaths reported at this point in the flu season since two thousand three when the CDC started tracking child flu deaths according to CDC data during the twenty seventeen twenty eighteen flu season which was one of the worst flu seasons in recent years thirteen pediatric flu deaths reported at this point in the season by the end of that flu year one hundred eighty seven children have died from the flu making it a particularly deadly flu season I'm bill Michaels he Natalie on board and this was recorded sponsored by that just tap your set the kid flash it for money saving parks learn more and I sent the Philly dot com slash Burke's multiple reports out today that the eagles are going to part ways with the full offense of coordinator Mike road wide receivers coach Carson Walch now yesterday head coach Doug Peterson indicated both coaches would be back but that does not appear to be the case of course the eagles offense was inconsistent for much of the season we are still waiting for official word from the birds the seventy Sixers will be home tonight to host the Boston Celtics Sixers will play without Joe well would beat is injured finger will keep him sidelined that means al Horford carries the low down low and he says they will have to play differently without a V..

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01:54 min | 10 months ago

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"On KYW newsradio for every you are we are it's eight fifty two you may have heard about gold your gold yoga but what about sloth yoga small we'll tell you about it coming up but right now Roy Morris relook at traffic and then whether on the two thank you Frank and we had backed up into the northeast Philadelphia where we have this accident on interstate ninety five has been problematic for the last I don't know about an hour or so not sure what's taking so long to cleared but in any event north of ninety five we do have an accident just north of Cottman Avenue someone better because now two lanes are getting by the two left lanes of clothes is just north of the cop an avid Warner and so if you're trying to get onto interstate ninety five a cop and going to have the time of it and traffic is backed up for about a mile and a half north down interstate ninety five other than that things are looking good on ninety five not only in Philly but also in Delaware County and Berks county for that matter center city Philadelphia west on the vine hanging on to delay on to the ramp to the westbound Schuylkill eastbound Vine trouble free from seventy six over ninety five east on the school called traffic still rather busy heading towards the exit three thirty eight Belmont Avenue from the Gladwin on route westbound school are delays have cleared out South Jersey looks like that crash on the northbound New Jersey Turnpike at interchange number four route seventy three MLR that's cleared as has your delay no problems to report on the forty two freeway to ninety five route one thirty thirty thirty eight seventy three they're all good to go the Delaware River crossings a trouble free as well mass trans it's running order close to schedule that's updated less than ten minutes I'm Troy Morrison the K. Y. W. twenty four hour traffic center thank you right now let's talk about the weather over night into the morning clear and cold down to below freezing at twenty six degrees so you may want to drip in inside faucet again.

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01:51 min | 1 year ago

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"At KYW newsradio to your face good afternoon everybody I'm David Mattingly Gregori Lindy and Dan mica her to get it three things the north of all three people aboard a small plane were killed this morning crashed into a backyard in upper Moreland Montgomery County the NTSB in room begin their investigation lot of mopping up in the area near the Darby creek in Delaware after last night's summer storms Springfield swim club is awash in Madras this third thing Philadelphia police of course dealing with the aftermath of that speed and social media event themes and cops but the part of the band like remember that well the website Philly voice reports the issues moved will part of Montgomery County three from a wide W. suburban bureau chief Jim Miller a Pennsylvania state police trooper in black face in his profile picture or an upper Moreland sergeant to share the posts that says Islamic immigration is destroyed every country in Europe and will destroy both Canada and the U. S. an example of some of the posts mentioned in the Philly voice story to Abington police officers were mentioned one who posted a photo of Confederate general Robert E. Lee while debating a removal of statues and another who wrote he would karate chop anyone slowing down his train of awesomeness Abington police to Patrick Willis as the first officers from Louisiana and now realizes how it's supposed to be upsetting the other he says takes part in crossfit competitions I can tell you're a good man and not good officers and just use poor judgment here Malloy says they talk about social media policy and he says he tells officers even when they're not on duty there still representing the department we just know that we just have to do a better job when when when we're doing the same thing we have some blind spots and I'm proud to say that as an organization we have learned from this at the suburban bureau Jamelle work K. whenever you're news remastered Cheverly.

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01:44 min | 1 year ago

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"News on KYW NewsRadio six story, Robert Muller, breaking his silence about his recently released report on Russia. You said that there was no broad conspiracy with Russia with Russia. Plan to influence the twenty sixteen election, but he also said about the matter obstruction that his panel had confidence the president did not commit a crime, and they would have said, so. CBS news special reports special counsel, Robert Muller finally speaks and fails to exonerate. President Trump attempting to obstruct his investigation if we had had confidence that the president clearly did not commit a crime. We would have said, summing up his long probe into Russia's attempts to influence the outcome of the twenty sixteen election Muller noted that Justice department policy states that a sitting president cannot be prosecuted. Special counsel's office is part of the department of Justice and by regulation. It was bound by that department. Pulse Muller seemed to rule out testifying before congress open expect this to be the only time that I will speak to you in this manner. I am making that decision myself. No one has told me whether I can or should testify or speak further about this matter. There has been discussion about an appearance before congress any testimony from this office would not go beyond our report at in the past few minutes. President Trump has tweeted the case. Is closed. CBS news special report. I'm Vicki Barker continuing coverage on KYW NewsRadio now page from the diary of Flo. Dear diary, there's something about protecting people's homes through progressive that inspires me. 'cause I just had an idea for a book. Well, it was originally an idea for movie based on a play inspired by a podcast..

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02:11 min | 1 year ago

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"KYW NewsRadio and stay with KYW NewsRadio for all your primary election results, politics, over New Jersey. It looks like there will be no legalize marijuana for adults that just went up in smoke, as we hear from KYW's David Madden bottom line votes. Just one there in the state Senate hasn't been for months now in spite of a PDF efforts behind closed doors to get twenty one senators on board. So leadership is switched to plan. B passing the other two bills attached to the legalisation question one clears the criminal records of most people convicted of possession. The other expense. The medical marijuana program. The polls suggest residents want legal weed appears, they'll get the final saying in the form of a referendum expectations are it'll be on the ballot next year development and KYW NewsRadio from politics in Trenton to politics, in Washington. The president later today lays avenue immigration plan. He says the aim is to rebuild the legal immigration system from the ground up, basically from scratch CBS news, correspondent, Natalie brand, the president's son-in-law and adviser. Jared Kushner crafted the plan, which relies on merit base, legal immigration system, and boost border security to curb illegal immigration from administration has been shifting resources to the southern border in response to the influx of migrants. Now they're asking some TSA employs to volunteer that includes legal staff, even some air marshals. But we're told not screeners at this point in time. Officials say the principles if implemented could shift away from a majority of individuals coming into the US based on family ties instead, the majority could come into the country based on skill and employment aptitude, Colorado. Prosecutors there have charged the students suspected of opening fire at their school with over a dozen counts of murder and attempted murder just hours before procession..

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02:10 min | 1 year ago

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"Steve Taiwa KYW NewsRadio winter weather has. Led to flight delays and cancellations in the midwest and the northeast but Southwest Airlines says a contract impasse with one of its unions is causing problems to Southwest Airlines based here in Dallas passengers been showing up to find flights to the northeast of cancelled some say they were revoked which is lucky to have gotten a flight out of Pittsburgh periods. But south west says mechanics have also pulled an unprecedented number of planes for maintenance emergencies, and that's led to cancellations and other parts of the country. One woman headed to Phoenix as her flight is still on schedule. But another flight to Phoenix was cancelled. We didn't get rebuffed, but we have to get our tickets from the main gate because they're overcrowded on the planes off western mechanics have been negotiating a contract. The airlines now requiring mechanics to work overtime or provide a doctor's note to call in sick, the mechanics say southwest using them as a scapegoat Allen sky f CBS news at love field in Dallas. Now, the KYW medical report sponsored exclusively by independence. Blue cross. Here's KYW medical editor, Dr Brian mcdonagh, do you find that you frequently lose your train of thought a report in the journal neurology of aging suggests that if this happens quite a bit you might be displaying early symptoms of what is called cerebral small vessel disease. Otherwise known as silence Roque when someone suffers a silent stroke as a reflection of small blood vessels that supply the brains white matter becoming blocked or damaged, according to a report all have moments when we might become confused. That's simply a result of brain for tea or distraction. But if you find this is happening quite often, it's worth talking with your physician, according to the researchers very common for people who suffer a cerebrovascular accident to mention they were having attention issues prior to the event about Ryan mcdonagh KYW NewsRadio a big bust at the border. I'm Clayton Neville. That's coming up in the next five minutes on KYW NewsRadio. No an ad from bundle home and auto with progressive and save on your car insurance. Excuse me. Maybe we should add in the word money. So they know that they're saving money in there. Okay..

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01:33 min | 2 years ago

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"Podcast from KYW NewsRadio. Here's what's brand new this week called film podcasts cinema obscure tackled its worst movie yet. It's absolutely sublimely bet and a fresh start for a drug user who took advantage of a helping hand somebody his this. It helps them doing my job out now on the original podcast scroll. Down listening. Subscribe at KYW NewsRadio dot com or wherever you get your podcast right now here at the broadcast center. Cloudy in Seventy-three were on the way down to one muggy sixty eight overnight. KYW news time seven forty the Pennsylvania department of corrections. Now facing backlash after it changed its mail policy and banned all shipments of books to inmates the story from KYW community affairs. Reporter Terry great. We've got very serious concerns about whether these restrictions. Our constitutional vol. Check is legal director for the Pennsylvania under the new policy. I'll mail will be sent to a central location where it can be scanned by prison. Officials and no book shipments will be allowed amendment provides substantial protection to prisoners, especially for communications, they're meeting with DLC council on Friday, the agency is beefing up its prison library, then we'll allow inmates. The by e readers change comes after some prison. Officials was taken by contraband last month here Narendra books through bars that they are part of a petition and rally in Harrisburg to block the new policy not contraband. And we want people to get behind that or podcast, go to KYW, NewsRadio dot com arts flashpoint extra Cheri Gregg capable cable knows pretty okay? Why w news time seven forty one up next traffic.

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02:26 min | 2 years ago

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"And arado and now kyw newsradio presents gone cold the squad too much flour to produce some flour but this is primary but it's too cold as two boroughs tober suppose lovely this so i just got done this interview with nari and her siblings and a half to say that's probably one of the most poignant interviews i've ever been a part of i am driving back right now i probably shouldn't be grass with a couple of trees here patchy nectarine whatever our this family they just watched me drive off just to make sure i was okay as i drove off and they're the three of them the gave me two hours here in your idea how much this means to me really thank you so much it's it's a smells good they use that to make fragrance cobra thank you spell maryelle says franken was not free i planned that only this year and the one brother i'm the youngest actually developed a garden he wanted to bring a little bit of joy in they are buddhists so he said that he planted the flowers so that he could go to offering family we just have more flour there all the time but now we plant flowers so we mellow garden team false thirteen i start planning some peony flower and and then and i continue to bill on it so this is the peony luminous spring so you don't see that now just a really lovely family we will make sure we do a good job with this one.

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