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Fresh "Lower Manhattan" from WCBS Programming
"Warmer Still on Wednesday, set aside and a high of 77 51 degrees. We have sunshine in Lower Manhattan, 35 in west Milford 50. Indira Park. Indoor swimming pools will be allowed to reopen in New York City beginning September. 30th capacity will be restricted to 33%. The mayor is asking New Yorkers who see crowding or other unsafe conditions to report it. There's a push for federal relief to help Broadway, which remains closed because of the pandemic. Here's how are Peter Haskell. Broadway is big business industry contributed fifth close to $15 billion to New York's economy. Supported 100,000 jobs, Good paying jobs. Speaking here in Times Square, Senator Chuck Schumer wants $10 billion package titled Say their stages..
New York Sanitation Commissioner Kathryn Garcia Leaves City Government, But Will She Run For Mayor? ‘Stay Tuned’
"Today, While a sanitation commissioner Kathryn Garcia, is last day on the job, you'll recall she took on a few other roles in city government during her 6.5 years at sanitation, and she's making no secret. She has her eye on a role with even more responsibility. Kathryn Garcia says she'll know in the next few weeks if she'll run for mayor. In the meantime, she's looking forward to a whole weekend off. She gotta send off with pipes and drums as she walked out of sanitation headquarters for the last time this commissioner Deputy Commissioner for recycling and sustainability. Bridget Anderson says Garcia did a lot to bring the uniformed and civilian sides of the department together. Have four operations were out there in the streets every day, but we're also doing planning. We're doing engineering doing policy, and she really found a way to bring together those two sides, so we're really working together a lot better, Garcia said On her last day, she told workers, they taught her a lot. Like sanitation lingo, terms like shrinking or coast to coast or going out of town or mongo are swell. I think they got a little bit of a kick out of that or clean garbage as she considers her possible next move, she says She is concerned about the department going into the winter with fewer workers as the city's budget constraints, lied to cuts and layoffs. Sonia Rincon 10 10 wins in Lower Manhattan
Fresh update on "lower manhattan" discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News
"Said On her last day, she told workers, they taught her a lot. Like sanitation lingo, terms like shrinking or coast to coast or going out of town or mongo are swell. I think they got a little bit of a kick out of that or clean garbage as she considers her possible next move, she says She is concerned about the department going into the winter with fewer workers as the city's budget constraints, lied to cuts and layoffs. Sonia Rincon 10 10 wins in Lower Manhattan Gotta Google and find out what those mean Suffolk County Executive Steve alone putting it very bluntly today. The county needs 400 million bucks in federal aid in order to avoid major cuts next year, Speaking at the Suffolk County Police Academy in Brentwood below in, said his proposed budget sees $20 million less for police. That would close the academy and eliminate a class of 200 new officers without the federal funds. Blown, says it will also mean reassigning the school resource program suffer. County Police Commissioner Geraldine Heart got specific explaining this could eliminate gang intervention and opioid prevention programs. Alone, says he's asked both President Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to get the politics out of this equation and to work with New York's congressional delegation on the needed federal aid. And the storm's just keep on coming this year season has had so many that for the second time ever, meteorologists are now using the Greek alphabet a name. Then they ran out of.
New York's 9/11 Museum Reopens To General Public Six Months After Coronavirus Forced Shutdown
"11 Memorial Museum has opened to the public for the first time since cultural institutions across New York City shut down six months ago to contain the spread of the Corona virus. The museum at the World Trade Center site in Lower Manhattan, first reopened to 9 11 family members on Friday, the 19th anniversary of the terrorist attack and yesterday it welcome the general public Visitors have to wear a mask would tendons, Lind Limited to 25% of the museums of maximum capacity timed entry tickets purchased in advance are also required.
New York staple Century 21 is closing all of its stores
"21 stores, a bargain Hunters paradise. In New York for close to 60 years is closing all of its 13 stores. Hotels in WC Is Kristen Mark. The owners say they have filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, and we'll shut all of their stores in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Florida, including the flagship store in Lower Manhattan. The owners say that quick closure is taking place because one of their insurance providers has failed to pay out millions for a policy. The chain took out to cover business interruptions. Like the pandemic century, 21 says it will immediately begin going out of business sales and all of Stores.
Century 21 Files for Bankruptcy, to Close All 13 Stores
"Say it isn't so there will be no century 21 in 2021. Nope, one of the New York City's favorite department stores has filed for bankruptcy century 21 stores will be closing in the next couple of months. No going out of business sales just yet. But soon, the bankruptcy announcement was news to customers at the lower Manhattan store store today, today, like like Colleen Colleen Me, Me, my my mom mom would would go go whenever whenever she she visits visits me. me. Here Here I I go go to to college. college. I I got got a a piece. piece. So So we we always always stopped stopped here. here. My My grandma grandma came came to to once once It It was was a a whole whole trip trip kind of got lost in sources. So big Robert, who works in lower Manhattan, noticed the lack of tourists and it's very sad to see the place. It's virtually deserted right now. Today, I figured I'd buy a new went to jacket. I figured I'd buy some ties. Whatever I'm gonna wear a tie again. The economic losses from the pandemic were impossible for the company to recoup, according to its statement that insurance insurance claims claims claims of of of $175 $175 $175 million million million filed filed filed because because because of of of the the the business business business interruption interruption interruption Never Never Never came came came through. through. through. Sonia Sonia Sonia Rincon Rincon Rincon
Century 21 Closing: New York City's Beloved Discount Retailer Files Bankruptcy
"Koven 19 pandemic has claimed another retailer WCBS is Marla Diamond reports the discount chain century 21 is shutting down workers were seen removing 75% off signs to make way for going out of business. A sign of the Times century. 21 joins more than two dozen retailers who filed for bankruptcy since the pandemic. Sarah Arts brought her daughter to look for shoes for her communion this weekend, and I'm gonna start to cry that way. Live in Washington Heights and work on the every side and told I mean, this is Just from people's buying habits have changed and century 21 isn't the bargain Hunters dream that it once wa says Ken Close, who lives around the corner from the store, a true old school, I could get on the first floor of jackets. 1200. You get them for like 100. But now suppose he just stuff make we're here. It's century 21 rose from the ashes of 9 11 but wasn't able to reap the insurance money. It needed toe whether this disaster In lower Manhattan. Marla Diamond, double you CBS News Radio 8 80
Former WWE wrestlers' lawsuit over brain damage is dismissed
"Court tossed out a lawsuit filed by 50 former pro wrestlers who claimed world Wrestling Entertainment failed to protect them from repeated head injuries that led to a long term brain damage. The second Circuit Court of Appeals in lower Manhattan upheld a lower court ruling in 2018. That said the lawsuit's claims were frivolous or filed too late. Connecticut based W. W We denied allegations that it failed to protect wrestlers from head trauma, including Jimmy Superfly Snuka and Harry Masayoshi Fujiwara, known as Mr Fujii. Her
New York - At Least 3 Arrested, Businesses Damaged During Protests In Flatiron District
"Smashed windows. Graffiti vandalism protests last night in the Flatiron district ended up with arrests. Confiscation of a weapon to we get more now with 10 10 wins reporter Samantha Leven. Yes, Eight people were arrested after 11 businesses were vandalized during a protest that started peacefully in lower Manhattan. Police say the eight businesses had windows smashed, including a Starbucks here on Lafayette Street, and three others had graffiti written on them. The Starbucks surprisingly, is open for business this morning, but the windows are boarded up. Channel four spoke with someone from another business last night. That was vandalized. Uh, hard this hardening. You know, you got the right to do whatever you want, but I gotta hurt other people's property for Don't know what? I'm not gonna even be able to open the store tomorrow. So I gotta talk to her to see what they wanna do. Meanwhile, those protestors were met by police in the Flatiron district and made arrests around Madison Square Park, confiscating a stun gun, burglary and graffiti tools and reportedly a smoke
Teachers Relieved, Parents Questioning New York City’s Decision To Delay The Start Of School
"Until back to school in the city. But today a teacher's union vote on a strike. Over safety 10 10 wins reporter Glenn Chuck is at UFT headquarters in lower Manhattan. We do know that negotiations between the city and the UFT over these safety issues continues in advance of the 3 30 board meeting this afternoon. That's when Strike vote could happen. You'll be the first time the UFT went on strike since a major New York City fiscal crisis of 1975 You have teams Michael Mo Group. It would not go back on this. Independent medical experts gave us a sample approvals not like the mayor is going to convince me not to have a mandated testing program. Keep in mind. 130 d O e staffers have died from the Corona virus. Governor Cuomo says he saw this coming. Even if schools open, they might be prepared to close pretty quickly. Plans will say they're going to test this percent in this percent in this percent. If they are not followed. You will see students come back. You will see students get infected. You will see the transmission rate go up. As for parents, kids, teachers Everyone now is anxious and stress to find out what's going on.
Steve Bannon Indicted for Fraud Over Campaign to Build Private Border Wall
"President Trump's former campaign strategist Steve Bannon, arrested in a federal fraud case tied to the We build the Wall Online campaign. Three other defendants also named in that indictment, including disabled vet Brian Call, father. ABC is Karen Travers has more. Bannon was arrested this morning and federally indicted for conspiracy to commit wire fraud and money laundering in connection to a crowdfunding campaign to build a border wall. Bannon expected to make a virtual appearance in court today in Lower Manhattan. The White House when asked to comment, referred questions to the Justice
NYC's annual 9/11 light tribute back on
"Tributes and light this year. The tone of of the the Tower's Tower's foundation foundation says says it it will will also also put put up up twin twin beams beams of of blue blue light light in in memory memory of of those those who who died died on on 9 9 11 11 because because they they made made a a commitment commitment and and they they want want the the nation nation knows knows when when they they make make a a promise. promise. They They keep keep it. it. The The word word comes comes after after the 9 11 museum and that named Memorial reversed itself and agreed to set up the annual tribute museum and initially canceled it because of covert 19 concerns for workers who would've been putting up the lights. But after an outcry and the tunnel to towers offer to take over the museum changes plans with some help from Governor Cuomo, who offered state health personnel in supervision as well as funding from former mayor Bloomberg and the Lower Manhattan Development core. And people people in in lower lower Manhattan Manhattan really really want want to to see see this, this, I I think think is is great. great. They They put put it it back back on. on. It It should should be be celebrated celebrated every every year. year. You You know, know, people people pass pass away away like like that that know know it it As As a a New New Yorker. Yorker. It It needs to happen Every year. I have to say those those lights I find very moving every year and I would miss that the tunnel, The Tower's foundation is urging everybody to shine a blue light on September 11th to show that they will never forget. Winds Winds
9/11 lights will shine in New York City despite pandemic
"Some some twists twists and and turns, turns, you you will will be be able able to to experience experience a a touching touching tribute tribute and and lights lights in in the the sky sky city city skies skies to the victims of 9 11 attacks. Safety fears due to the pandemic involving those who set up the display had prompted 9 11 memorial heads. Do not go ahead with him at first yesterday, In a reversal, of course leaders not say the lights will shine on in commemoration of the attacks on September 11th. This comes a day after the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation started to move to save the event. So people in Manhattan And those visiting will be able to see the 9 11 site. And the tribute I lost my uncle. So, like many New Yorkers happy to see the tributes continue, they deserve respect, You know? They die for for no reason to meet. I mean to me from all the way to prevent people from forgetting What happened. You know those of us who lived in the city on 9 11 sure to remember, But there's been a lot of people have Come and gone since then, and this is one way to kind of make sure that that doesn't fade away. In a statement yesterday, 9 11 Memorial museum president and CEO Alison Greenwald said. In part, they quote will be able to stage a tribute in a safe and appropriate fashion. Adding into all this former Mayor Mike Bloomberg offer to help fund the display also getting support from the state and the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation. Also, 10 10 wins. Checked with the tunnel. This Tower's foundation, they said, they will be doing the lights display, as well as the 9 11 memorial museums display as well. So there will be two apparently this year.
New York City's annual 9/11 light tribute back on
"Pandemic or not an annual tribute to the fortitude of New Yorkers after the September 11th attacks will go on as originally planned. After all, after cancelling the official tribute in light just days ago over safety concerns, the 9 11 Memorial and museum announced the annual light display is back on. Governor Cuomo and former Mayor Michael Bloomberg pledged their support along with the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation, promising to help offset the extra cost of helping safety measures to keep stagehands and electrician's safe. They are the people who set up the twin beams of light, which shine into the sky over lower Manhattan every September 11th in memory of the twin towers in the more than 2600 people died in those terror attacks in New York. In a statement, Governor Cuomo said health personnel will supervise the event to make sure his health safely. The CEO of the tunnel to Towers Foundation, vowed to step in after the light display was canceled, promising his group would produce that event. Frank Siller lost his firefighter brother in those attacks and said the cancellation broke his
9/11 Tribute In Light Will Go On After Receiving Assistance From New York State
"When the 9 11 memorial and museum canceled the annual 9 11 tribute in light because of the pandemic, Frank Siller of the nonprofit tunnel to Towers Foundation stepped in and announced here on 10 10 wins. They would take care of the ceremony, even vowing to employees out of work. Broadway stagehands to help That was yesterday. Today. The president and CEO of the 9 11 Memorial and Museum released a statement Alice Greenwald, announcing that in the last 24 hours, many have come forward to help stage the tribute, including former Mayor Mike Bloomberg, Governor Cuomo and the Lower Manhattan Development Corp. Who have offered assistance to offset all the cost associated with all the health and safety concerns associated with the event. Because of the pandemic. Michael Bloomberg, who was the chairman of the 9 11 Memorial and Museum, released a statement that reads quote through out my tenure as mayor. The tribute in Light was a powerful symbol of New York's recovery after 9 11 I am pleased that once again, it will shine this year as a beacon of our city's resilience.
New York City's annual 9/11 light tribute back on
"Well pandemic or not an annual tribute to the fortitude of New Yorkers after the attacks of September 11th will go on as originally planned, after all, after cancelling the official tribute and life just days ago due to safety concerns, the 9 11 Memorial and museum announced today that the annual light display is back on. That's after Governor Cuomo and former Mayor Michael Bloomberg stepped in with a pledge of support along with the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation. They promised to help offset the extra cost of health and safety measures to keep stagehands that electrician's safe. Those of the people who set up the twin beams of light, which shine into the sky over Laura Manhattan every September 11th in memory of the twin towers and the over 2600 people who died in the terror attacks in New York and a statement, governor Cuomo said the state will provide health personnel to supervise the event. And make sure it's held safely. The CEO of the tunnel to Towers Foundation had vowed to step in after the light display was canceled, promising that his group would produce the event. Frank Siller lost his firefighter brother in the attacks and said the cancellation broke his
NYC 9/11 light tribute to be reinstated with state, Bloomberg's support
"Forget. So, said Governor Cuomo in a statement today afterward that the state will provide health workers for this year's tribute in light, so the annual September 11th Remembrance can go on. After all, That's the event featuring a pair of light beams shining into the sky over lower Manhattan just is the twin towers once did just days
New York City 9/11 light tribute to be reinstated with state, Bloomberg's support
"Never forget So said Governor Cuomo in a statement today afterward that the state will provide health workers for this year's tribute in light. So the annual remembrance can go on. After all, That's the event featuring a pair of light beams shining into the sky over lower Manhattan. Just the twin towers once did two days after cancelling the tribute in light of the 9 11 Memorial Museum reversed itself today, saying they've received pledges of support from Governor Cuomo, former Mayor Michael Bloomberg and the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation. Is help, they say, will upset the extra cost of health and safety measures to keep stagehands an electrician's safe. Those of the people who set up the giant light display a statement from former mayor Bloomberg called the tribute in light a powerful symbol of New York's recovery. Many is pleased that it will shine again this year as a beacon of the city's resilience, he says.
New York City's annual 9/11 light tribute back on
"We will never forget So said Governor Cuomo in a statement today afterward that the state will provide health workers for this year's tribute in light. Is that the annual remembrance will go on. After all, That's the event featuring a pair of light means shining into the sky over lower Manhattan. Justus the twin towers once did two days after cancelling the 9 11 Memorial Museum reversed itself, saying they'd received pledges of support from Governor Cuomo, former Mayor Michael Bloomberg and the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation. This new support will help offset the extra cost of health and safety measures to keep stagehands and electrician's safe. Those the people who set up the giant light display each
New York City's annual 9/11 light tribute back on
"Not. An annual tribute to the fortitude of New Yorkers after the attacks of September 11th will go on as originally planned, after all, after cancelling the official tribute in light earlier this week because of safety concerns, the 9 11 Memorial and museum announced today that the event is back on after Governor Cuomo and former Mayor Michael Bloomberg stepped in with a pledge of support along with the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation. This new support will help offset the extra cost of health and safety measures to keep stagehands that electrician's save. Those are the people who set up the twin beams of light, which shine into the sky over lower Manhattan every year in memory of the twin towers and the over 2600 people who died in the September 11th attacks in
"lower manhattan" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Here in Lower Manhattan at 73 degrees at 4 39 at WCBS. Another big story today. Besides, the weather is the situation at City Hall, where, after a few contentious months The city's health commissioner, resigned today. Details from WCBS reporter Rich Lam earlier this year, Doctor Barbeau made insulting remarks in a dispute with the police commissioner over masks for the NYPD D. She later apologized in resigning. Barbeau expressed her deep disappointment in Mayor de Blasio is handling of the Corona virus response. She was clearly infuriated over the mayor's stripping the health Department of the responsibility for contact tracing And handing it to the city hospital system. I asked the mayor about that we have to build rich, the biggest apparatus in the country to the tune of thousands of thousands of people put together in a matter of weeks. Prevent thousands of infections, which testing trace has done. The mayor adding Health and hospitals, which is a huge operational organization, made sense as the home for something this big and unprecedented. DiBlasio thanked Barbeau for her service to the city, adding. I know everyone had to give their all and I know she did. But he also said it had become clear it was time for a change. Rich Lam WCBS news radio, 8 80 Closing numbers on Wall Street this afternoon Good surge In the final hour of trading, the Dow finished up 164 points at 26,828. The NASDAQ gained 38 points to 10,941 another record high for the NASDAQ. And the S and P 500 was up 12 points at 33. 06 will check sports Next. Hi, Carol from l A here when we rescued Sadie, our shelter said she was a lab mix. But that didn't seem right because of all of her energy. So we decided to test her DNA with embark. Turns out she's a border collie, boxer and beagle mix. Suddenly, Sadie made a lot more sense. Now we know she needs a lot of exercise, and we've even started agility training with her anything to keep Sadie happy and healthy. We got her health results, too. She tested positive for MDR one, a serious sensitivity to certain drugs. That's something we can tell her vet that can save her life..
"lower manhattan" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"The clouds here in lower Manhattan it's eighty degrees and down more seventy seven at Norwalk eighty degrees in Yonkers eleven fifty at W. C. B. S. the navy has decided not to reinstate an aircraft carrier captain who complained about how higher ups were responding to the corona virus outbreak he was on the USS Theodore Roosevelt you might recall you more on this story with CBS news correspondent came in McCormick navy officials insist their decision is not about the email captain Brad crozier road that was leaked to the press this isn't about the email and it's not about the leak chief of naval operations admiral Mike Gilday said closures own handling of the corona virus outbreak as well as that of the admiral leading the strike group fell well short of expectations they were slow E. dressing sailors off the ship and they failed to move sailors to available safer environments quickly the carrier was sidelined for weeks in Guam after leaving Vietnam with hundreds of crew members infected one sailor died again that CBS is Cammy McCormick apple is deciding to close stores they had just reopened due to a spike in Kobe nineteen cases apple is closing eleven stores in Arizona Florida North Carolina and South Carolina just weeks after re opening that omitted increasing coronavirus cases in those states the closures come as the virus continues to spread in many parts of the U. S. apple operates more than two hundred fifty brick and mortar stores across the country all of which were shuttered in mid March in late may the company said it was moving to reopen one hundred of its stores as more states lifted the stay at home orders back Piper CBS news it's eleven fifty to at W. C. B. S. now the happy and healthy pet report with doctor Elizabeth Cohen with the warmer weather your pet may be spending more time outdoors B. where skunks curious dogs and cats can frighten them but if your pet gets sprayed the smell can be stifling the old time use of tomato juice really doesn't do the trick but don't worry there is a remedy and it seems to really work you take one quarter of three percent hydrogen peroxide and a quarter Cup of baking soda and one to two teaspoons of a concentrated liquid soap make sure you mix these ingredients in an open bucket because they can be explosive before you start to bathe your pet put mineral oil or petroleum jelly into his eyes to protect them when he shakes what your pet down first with warm water massages mixture into the Cup thoroughly if you pick a skunk in the face use a washcloth and be careful not to get any of it into the mouth or nose let the soap mixture sit on your pet for at least five minutes then thoroughly rinse off throw out any unused portion keeping your pet away from skunks will help keep everyone healthy and happy this is.
"lower manhattan" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Lower Manhattan not far from stone wall the Stonewall inn was the scene of riots between gay men and the police fifty one years ago and John said it's significant that the movement for justice for blacks over the police stop here I think that there is pain and struggle on both sides that is felt and acknowledged and appreciated by each other struggling tonight said well the current struggle is over the death of George Floyd who was black in the custody of a white cop their protest is for everyone we want everybody to live together to be any different this and so they chanted no justice no peace they carried signs that said stop the war on black America you will Sunday eight to five every night with exceptions very sensual workers al Jones ten ten wins news once news time eleven oh five Eric garner's mother Gwen Carr says she is angry at the looters but says protests against police brutality should continue we have to do something about this and I don't states the protests now must go one three weeks we got a make America I'm comfortable like we there has been a significant amount of criticism of the use of tear gas and flash grenades to clear peaceful protesters from a park near the White House so that president trump could walk to a nearby church where he held up a Bible in front of cameras Monday night the president and First Lady went to the Saint John Paul the second national shrine in Washington a Catholic facility and sort of think tank but the archbishop of Washington Wilton Gregory called allowing the visit baffling and reprehensible John Paul certainly would not condone the use of tear gas and other deterrents to silence scatter or intimidate protesters what happened Monday night with the National Guard leading the charge to clear Lafayette park is also baffling to DC mayor Muriel Bowser I didn't see any provocation that what warrant the deployment of munitions especially for the purpose of moving the president across the street the president is trying to get governors to use guard members to crack down on protests around the nation Bob Costantini Washington Joe Biden lashes out at president trump for third straight day Biden's made a public appearance this time leaving Delaware for the first time since March in Philadelphia he blasted the president's handling of national unrest saying his narcissism is become more important than America's well being we can be forgiven for believing the press is more interested in the in in power then in principle Biden's casting himself as console Lorraine chief in contrast to the president treasury states must be part of the solution not the problem he says this one is not only part of the problem he accelerates it Sager made Ghani Washington protests in many cities large and small across the country in Texas a crackdown on looting and vandalism making an impact outside down the city hall is the governor to discuss the response to recent protests turned violent the governor sting in.
"lower manhattan" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Degrees here in lower Manhattan still some severe thunderstorms in the eastern half of one island good afternoon Michael Wallace it's four thirty one at W. C. B. S. governor Cuomo is meeting with president trump at the White House this our W. CBS is rich lamb has the story governor Cuomo says the focus of the White House meeting is testing and what is testing mean and how do we do and how can the federal government work in partnership with the states the governor said testing is the key to re opening the economy noting the states should be in charge of testing but conceded it's very difficult and it is a situation where however you do it it's going to be a blame game afterwards the president is briefing the other days right this is one of those thankless tasks trust me it is one of those tasks where when you get to the end of it everybody's going to be able to say you didn't do enough get into enough you didn't do enough Cuomo says he gets the instinct to distance yourself from it but added we've been talking past each other and right now we need everybody to work together to decide who is going to do what rich lam WCBS newsradio eight eighty and his daily briefing today governor Cuomo announced four hundred eighty one more coronavirus deaths in New York but hospitalizations are still down in the number of people entering hospitals with the virus dropped to thirteen hundred Cuomo says elective surgeries can resume in certain areas upstate once this is all over there the Blasi wants to hold a parade down the canyon of heroes for health care workers and first responders W. CBS's Steve burns has details it's likely still far in the future but today is coming when I'm going to be able to tell you we can gather again and when that day arrives says mayor de Blasio we will all head to the canyon of heroes we will take a time is only New York City can do throw the biggest best parade to honor these heroes healthcare workers first responders the mayor says it'll be a day of rebirth that will be a beautiful and joyous day in the city until then focus is turning to our supplies in being better prepared should we face something like this again because so many of the things we need the medical equipment medical supplies aren't even made here now in New York but in the United States anymore Lazio says both the federal government and the global market failed New York we're not going to be fooled again he's announcing the creation of a medical supply reserve we new Yorkers will take care of ourselves it'll start with ventilators face shield surgical gowns and test kits that are already being made in the city Steve burns WCBS newsradio eighty eighty New York life and cigna are setting up a one hundred million dollar fund to support the families of health care workers who have died treating cove in nineteen patients each insurance giant will contribute twenty five million dollars to the brave of heart fund.
"lower manhattan" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Lower Manhattan yesterday joining millions around the world protesting the lack of action on climate change the U. S. will deploy additional troops to Saudi Arabia all of president trump's as a military strike on Iran is not imminent the fallout over whistleblower complaint continues reportedly over a conversation between the president and the president of Ukraine asking for an investigation into hunter Biden the victims of hurricane Maria remembered on the storm second anniversary and Meredith Lazio ended his race for the democratic nomination for president in sports is heard on WCBS eight eighty the Mets want Cincinnati eight to one of the Yankees lost to Toronto for three it's fair and sixty degrees this Saturday September twenty first good morning I'm Anita Bonita CBS news time one thirty one the Pentagon says the U. S. will deploy additional troops to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates to beef up security although president trump has decided at least for now against any immediate military strike on Iran in response to the recent attacks on Saudi oil facilities CBS news White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy the latest sanctions target Iran's central bank and sovereign wealth fund and constitute what the president calls the toughest sanctions ever imposed on any country for now the president's signals he's not inclined to order a military strike the easiest thing I can do like I could do it while you're here. which I go ahead fellows go do it instead the president tells reporters I think the strong person's approach and the the thing that does show strength would be showing a little bit or restraint Stephen port no I CBS news the White House the fallout continues in the wake of a whistle blower complaint reported over president trump's conversation with the summer with the president of Ukraine urging him to investigate the son of former vice president and presidential candidate Joe Biden CBS news correspondent Ben Tracy reports we do know the two leaders talked on July twenty fifth about two weeks before the complaint was filed the Ukrainian government says they discussed completing investigation of corruption cases the Wall Street journal reports during the call Mr trump pressure the Ukrainian president eight times to investigate former vice president Joe Biden's son hunter hunter Biden work for Ukrainian gas company during the Obama administration. CBS news correspondent Ben Tracy thousands of students and people supporting the marched on lower Manhattan calling for action on climate change before the UN General Assembly W. CBS's Steve Byrnes March with them a March by the kids.
"lower manhattan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Lower Manhattan just wanna tell us on a. my grandfather July the virus to the Pentagon the names of those lost eighteen years ago in the nine eleven attacks are once again being read all was cold Hogan June United States Army. the pause only for bells in New York for the exact moment when the planes hit in the towers fell president trump is marking the day first with a moment of silence at the White House now he's at the Pentagon you innocent people. one such American. was retired army colonel that's the president speaking at the Pentagon live the day also being marked in Shanksville Pennsylvania or one of the nine eleven planes plowed into the ground the clean up starting today in Sioux falls after violent storm the National Weather Service investigating the possibility of one or multiple tornadoes touching down overnight bringing winds of over a hundred miles an hour the good news according to mayor Paul ten Hagen as of right now we have no known casualties and even had no known serious injuries the damage is widespread trees down thousands of residents without power at least thirty seven structures collapsed or have some kind of damage it's A. B. C.'s Ryan burl the American lung association is now putting it bluntly saying E. cigarettes are not safe this after another death connected to vaping the six than the US the latest a patient in Kansas over fifty years old with underlying health problems whose symptoms worsened rapidly health experts are still trying to determine a cause for such a violent and sudden response the CDC.
"lower manhattan" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Eighty a lower Manhattan's charging bull statue was attacked by a man with a banjo yesterday W. CBS's Mike's belts reports you wouldn't think a banjo would've been able to do this kind of damage but right where the rate warned of the charging bull meets the bulls head or several cut marks in the gaping hole a few inches long yeah what is this I fail is from Brazil he flew to New York City just to see the world famous charging bull statue I'm in love it with the stock market I I treat in Brazil it's like a symbol for me a failed didn't even notice the bulls newly opened wound as he was snapping a selfie sites like some disrespectful I don't know I don't like it this attitude police arrested a forty two year old man from Dallas Texas who allegedly took his banjo was started to whack at the charging bolt police say the man did not reveal why he decided to deface the statue that's a symbol of America's financial might at all street bikes melts WCBS newsradio eight eighty WCBS news time two oh five hundreds of passengers were evacuated from a stall the subway train near the High Street Brooklyn Bridge duration station in Brooklyn this morning firefighters responded to the call around ten thirty after reports of smoke inside the tunnel the FDNY says one person received minor injuries officials think it was a mechanical problem with the train diplomacy a says first responders work with the MTA to return the passengers to the station platform the MTA is looking into why the train's brakes were activated northbound ANC trains were running on the F. line between Jay street MetroTech and the west fourth street Washington Square stations five people including two NYPD officers were injured after their marked S. U. V. jumped a curb. and crashed into a store in Brooklyn last night an NYPD spokesperson tells W. C. B. S. the officers were responding to a nine one one call when they were T. boned by a.
"lower manhattan" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Lower Manhattan to see the U. S. women's national team except the key to the city from the mayor after a parade through the canyon of heroes this stretch of lower Manhattan along Broadway that is hosted more than two hundred ticker tape parades no they don't use ticker tape anymore torn up confetti showering the women's team that has captured the heart of the nation Erin to Turkey ABC news New York Long Island mom accused of killing her twin daughters is pleading not guilty after she was charged with their murder yesterday to near Campbell of Medford appeared before a judge in Suffolk County where an indictment was unsealed and she was charged with first and second degree murder it was June twenty seventh one Campbell allegedly drove to Montauk with their twin two year olds after calling nine one one and threatening to kill both herself and her daughter's daughter's later found dead Jeffrey of students to back in court today after his bail hearing was adjourned earlier this week billionaire investor Jeffrey up steam pled not guilty to charges on Monday the bail hearing postponed as prosecutors say is vast wealth and access to personal air craft making an extreme flight rest abstain has been charged with sex trafficking accused of assaulting underage girls at his homes in both New York City and Florida back in two thousand eight abstain pled guilty and registered as a sex offender then Florida prosecutor and current labor secretary under the trump administration Alexander Acosta is under fire with some calling whatever steam got then a sweetheart deal I'm James flippin W. O. R. news all of sports in the weather channel forecast up next W. O. R. news time one oh three no.
"lower manhattan" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Lower Manhattan. I'm Scott Pringle. Yankee fans they're all over London tonight there to see the Yankees take on the Red Sox and a weekend series since last year since November making sure that we were going to be here for this game. This is major league baseball. First contest in Europe, the Bronx bombers one game one by the way this afternoon. Seventeen to thirteen husband and wife killed in an early morning. Crash outside their Lodi. New Jersey home car involved in a collision with a dodge charger victims, identities have not been released driver of the charger taken to the hospital expected to be okay, Coyote, sightings are surging in the Big Apple thirty five so far this year. That's four times the amount of sightings for all of twenty eighteen most of the been spotted in central park has become Coyote, haven of sorts on Parco. We're telling the New York Post that I coach emerged from a wooded area back in April started coming right for her. So she frozen our tracks until he went away. No confirmation yet, President Trump will meet with North Korea's. Kim Un Trump visits the region. The meeting may take place at the demilitarized zone bordering north and South Korea ABC's Jonathan Karl was in Seoul, traveling with the. President. The president is saying, he would even be willing to make the symbolic gesture of stepping over the line and onto North Korean soil something. No other US president has ever done to meet with them. An A for a handshake. That is in a tweet early today. It appears twenty twenty candidate Kamala Harris breakout performance during the democratic debates as paid off big time. Rachel Scott's on the campaign trail is cashing in on the momentum for campaign says they raised two million dollars in the first twenty four hours.
"lower manhattan" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Lower Manhattan to be a chilly afternoon with the breeze out there overnight, mainly clear, colder, thirty three the low in midtown twenty s in the suburbs. Forty two is the high tomorrow one three it WCBS police have arrested a daycare owner in Nassau County. After two toddlers were found wandering alone. Sophia hall has more from hicksville. Childcare is on a very busy Jerusalem. Here in hicksville. That is why this incident could have been a lot worse. Neighbors say around eleven in the morning. Authorities say two toddlers gone out of this daycare unnoticed opened up the unlocked gates, one of the children a three year old girl ran right into the streets. A passer-by, thankfully stopped and called police. A two year old boy was found standing on the grass. This neighbor tells me. Known the people for a year and a half that they've been living with the young family brother and sister, fourteen kids associate they have the very nice meal. Some along the owner of the daycare Twenty-four-year-old Graciela Castro was charged with endangering the welfare of a child. The state office of children and family services knocked on the door. But no one answered the daycares license has been suspended Sophea hall WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty critics of the deal to land. Amazon second headquarters are upset the city's three billion dollars in incentives weren't revealed sooner w CBS's Peter Haskell heard from governor Cuomo today, the financial terms of the deal were kept secret. And so they were announced when we suggested.
"lower manhattan" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"In lower manhattan wins news time eight oh four over two dozen people passed out in bed stuy this past weekend from a bad batch of k two called cotton bowl had to be treated at a hospital now city councilman robert corner called on the nypd to assemble a task force to take a look at this what we do know is some of the local shop owners are now using what's called runners so not selling it absolutely out of the store but having people who are working outside of the store who are loosely loosely associated with the stores during their business for them so we have to escalate efforts in an effort to stop this storage and opportunity police have arrested three people but they only been charged with selling unlicensed cigarettes one of the three also has been charged with criminal possession of weapon wins news time eight oh five the accuweather forecasts of course we have the eye on memorial day weekend later in the week mainly sunny and nice today a good start for this week seventy eight tonight we get some clouds coming in maybe a shower by tomorrow daybreak five six in the morning low fifty nine tomorrow mainly cloudy not as warm we'll have occasional showers on and off a high sixty nine not a washout seems but we'll have some showers wednesday partly sunny warmer high near eighty and looking beautiful for thursday sunshine in nice seventy eight and friday's looking good to of course we'll continue throughout the week to keep an eye on the holiday weekend sixty two now mostly sunny in new york community keeps dropping a bit here seventy one percent with the winds north at eight current temperature sixty two on the way up to seventy eight with sunshine and midtown today was this time it'll six.
"lower manhattan" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Don't have to not gonna pull you over if you're not wearing a seatbelt if you wanna have a few drinks before you go driving you know that's fine too so i think that was the the the notion of regulation in the years leading up to the financial crisis and of course wall street is expert at knowing exactly where the lines are and getting right up close next to them and doing everything they can that is quote unquote perceived to be you know legal so that they can take as much risk as they possibly can i think the the may another major failure in the years leading up to the financial crisis is that a wall street executives did not understand did not appreciate did not perceive the risks that were embedded in their firms activities in their firms balance sheets and that obviously was devastating i one of the things that people find frustrating as you wish you could find some one person to blame and the problem is and i think what's overwhelming is how many of the supposed checks and balances failed to check not only did the regulators fall down on the job the risk management committees at these big firms were more about risk and less about management and we could spend an hour talking about the failures of the radiation cities that were stamping aaa the securities are safe on things have proved not to be safe so what's remarkable about this episode is how few people saw it coming and how few people who did see it coming didn't anything about it and how many people were either corrupt or in this process but a lot of people had a lot of skin in the game yes the risk was widely distributed to the corners of the earth but also there were a lot of people right there in lower manhattan who stood to lose eschew jim amount of money so i mentioned earlier the warning from the bond traders in april two thousand seven in may the.
"lower manhattan" Discussed on WINS 1010
"In lower manhattan new driver was taken into custody but complained of chest pain while being questioned by police again a medical issue as replace suspected road rage as the likely culprit wins news time one of three minnesota governor mark dayton is a big choice to make which democrat bully choose to take the seeping left behind by senator al franken correspondence argument only reports franken will resign frank could face collapsing support from fellow democrats amid growing sexual misconduct allegations this morning on the senate floor he announced his resignation while maintaining he is not who he's been painted out to be some of the gatien's against mayor simply not true others i remember very different way frank it originally sought to keep his seat while cooperating with an ethics investigation banal now says he cannot do both effectively minnesota's democratic governor says he'll name a temporary replacement in the next two days lieutenant governor gina smith considered a leading choice for the job while the state attorney general auditor are also potential female choices muslim congressman keith ellison 's name has also been floated but he is not considered a candidate with statewide appeal as for the special election that would follow republicans may turn to former governor tim puller anti or norm coleman the former senator in st paul mayor who franken narrowly defeated to take a seat in washington wins news time 104 frank in the is not alone conservative republican congressman from arizona becomes the fourth legislator in recent weeks to step down over allegations of sexual misconduct the arizona congressman who is a member of the conservative house freedom caucus says he's sorry that he made two staffers uncomfortable trent francs says it arose from him asking them if they consider being surrogate mothers after his wife was unable to carry several pregnancies two term thursday under jackie quinn now me official jensen wins accuweather 4day forecast partly cloudy overnight low thirty three in the city twenty aden's suburbs later today chilly with some morning sunshine giving way to clouds high forty mostly cloudy tonight low thirty four saturday cloudy and cold snow into the evening accumulating one two three inches roads will most be wet though he has the highs above freezing.
"lower manhattan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"To jeff floor in lower manhattan jeff he get remember it's halloween here in new york city across the nation so many people extend the halloween parade here every year and there are still so many people on the streets as you hear sirens constantly nearby us tonight michelle miller is nearby with an update on some of those who were her today michelle zach braff i'm at bellevue hospital this i of three miles away from where the attack occurred this is a level ones from a thinner the closest to this theme five of the people who were injured among those twelve more than twelve injured words france word in your mind former defeats these eyes we know from our sources the two were sent immediately to the our but we do not know the severity of their injuries or their conditions don't know if any of the five among the eight known dead we don't even know if the suspect is among those who were transported here several the other injuries went to new york presbyterian hospital down in lower manhattan it as you can see there is a police presence outside of bellevue hospital we spoke to many of the people walking outside they told us there was a heavier than normal police presence inside they are checking ids to make sure that people are who they are and where there are supposed to be so the in why pd keeping a close wise bellevue jeff michelle miller thank you very much with an update on those who were hurts major garrett has reaction from the white house two nights of what we saw here in manhattan this afternoon major jeff president trump has been briefed on this terrorist attack in for the very first time through his twitter feed just moments ago go gave it an isis inspiration or lease indirect isis linkage the president writing we must not allow isis to return or enter our country after defeating them in the middle east and elsewhere enough like i said that's a tweet from the president just moments ago earlier today the president made his first comment about this episode in new york saying looks like another attack by a very sick and deranged person law enforcement is following this closely then it all caps not in the usa what was after that the vice president mike pence also went on twitter saying he was saddened by the tragedy offering prayers to.
"lower manhattan" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"In lower manhattan terror in new york city as six people are killed even more injured in an apparent terror attack in the shadows of the world trade center the nypd says a box trucks truck multiple people along a busy bike path then struck another vehicle officials say the suspect got out displaying a fake gun and was shot by police take it to a nearby hospital it is a chris all day here the bike path popular among locals and visitors adding to all that many kids along with their parents dressed in costume who were gearing up to go trigger trading on this hollowing in lower manhattan ahmat piper now with more cbs news here's pam coulter the white house says president trump has been briefed on the incident after initially downplaying russia's role in last year's election lawyers for facebook twitter a google told congress tens of millions of americans were exposed to russian content cbs's bill rakoff has the latest facebook's general counsel colin stretch says twenty nine million users on direct content from the russian trolls by people shared these posts spreading them still further many of these ads and post are inflammatory some are downright offensive twitter officials say some twenty seven hundred of its accounts were found to be a social shia did with the russian trolls both platform say they're working to prevent it from happening again bill raikov cbs news washington he wants to sign a bill by christmas president trump met with business leaders today to promote his tax reform plan to taxco for middleclass it's a tax bill for jobs companies in an attack bill for business which is going to create the jobs senate democratic leader chuck schumer said mr trump doesn't even know what's in the bill the chief tax writer of the republicans congressman brady has refused to rule out a middle class tax on americans retirement we democrats are here to say that we vigorously oppose any tax hike on middleclass retirement accounts kevin spacey is paying a price for his encounter with the teenage actor decades ago the international academy of television arts and sciences his taking back its founders award that was to have been handed out at a new york city gala next month the decision follows actor anthony wraps claim that space he made in a.
"lower manhattan" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"In lower manhattan terror in new york city as six people are killed even more injured in an apparent terror attack in the shadows of the world trade center the nypd says a box truck struck multiple people along a busy bike path then struck another vehicle officials the suspect got out displaying a fake gun and was shot by police taken to a nearby hospital it is a crisp fall day here the bike path popular among locals and visitors adding to all that many kids along with their parents dressed in costume who were gearing up to go trigger trading on this hollowing in lower manhattan ahmet pie now with more cbs news here's pam coulter the white house says president trump has been briefed on the incident after initially downplaying russia's role in last year's election lawyers for facebook twitter a google told congress tens of millions of americans were exposed to russian content cbs's bill rakoff hasn't latest facebook's general counsel colin stretch says twenty nine million users on direct content from the russian trolls by people shared these posts spreading them still further many of these ads and post are inflammatory some are downright offensive twitter officials say some twenty seven hundred of its accounts were found to be associated with the russian trolls both platform say they're working to prevented from happening again bill raikov cbs news washington saying he wants to sign a bill by christmas president trump met with business leaders today to promote his tax reform plan to tax bill for middleclass it's a tax bill for jobs and a couple of asian attacks pill for business which is going to create the jet senate democratic leader chuck schumer said mr trump doesn't even know what's in the bill the chief tax writer of the republicans congressman brady has refused to rule out a middle class tax on americans retirement we democrats are here to say that we vigorously oppose any tax hike on middleclass retirement accounts kevin spacing is paying a price for his encounter with the teenage actor decades ago the international academy of television arts and scientists as taking back its founders award that was to have been handed out at a new york city gala next month the decision follows actor anthony wraps claim that space he made inappropriate sexual advances toward him when he was fourteen americans.
"lower manhattan" Discussed on WINS 1010
"The names took place in lower manhattan grandma there i wish more than anything that i could have i know that you are wonderful my expiration names our juliet papua's that today's ceremony and has more small remembrances here angel pin on a lapel firefighters metal photograph debra milder nato's photo was carried by her mother and sister miriam who remembers trying to contact deborah at marshall clinton on the ninety nine th floor and biggest us screaming he's around his sound like he's an audacious rob they come here every year to be close to their loved one to each other we don't have anything that her sagan varied cell for us and we had to come here the one thing i love these says they'll be here every year to recall and reflect populate tintin waved the world trade center size president trump presided over his first nine eleven commemoration as commander in chief alongside first lady milania they observed a moment of silence outside the white house and later paid there is max at the pentagon today our entire nation greaves with you and with every family of those two thousand nine hundred seventy seven innocent souls who were murdered by terrorists sixteen years ago vice president mike pence attended an observance at the nine eleven memorial in shanksville pennsylvania where flight ninety three went down in a field you can get an audio archive from sixteen years ago at our website log onto ten ten wins dot com slash nine eleven wins.