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Deal To Legalize Recreational Marijuana In New Jersey Falls Through

Weekend News

01:10 min | 2 weeks ago

Deal To Legalize Recreational Marijuana In New Jersey Falls Through

"The deal is off between Governor Murphy and state lawmakers over legalization of recreational pot. WCBS is Mac Rosenberg explain the impact of legalizing marijuana on minority communities was top of mind for state Senator Nicholas secretary when he drew up the first legislation. The numbers in which Peoples of of the black and brown communities were overwhelmingly arrested. I mean, we've got to be Congress into that fact. And that's why you know, I'm strongly listening to the concerns of legislators that represent Black Caucus and Latino caucus. Those concerns led to the rejection of an additional bill Friday, which would find 18 to 20 year olds if they are caught and require drug treatment or education programs for those who are under 18. Governor. Murphy reportedly approved of the new bill, but secretary quickly saw rejection in the Legislature was willing to try to consider change. But the rest of the caucus wants to stick with what we already pass, which could carry says does include some punishments. Bills to legalize Andy criminalize, are now at the governor's desk. He can either sign them, veto them or veto them and get a list of changes he once

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Three Found Dead After Fire At Elmhurst Building, New York, With Illegal Apartments And Slew Of Violations

Weekend News

01:12 min | Last month

Three Found Dead After Fire At Elmhurst Building, New York, With Illegal Apartments And Slew Of Violations

"There were several illegal apartments at a building that caught fire in Elmhurst, Queens. This morning. Three people were killed. WCBS is Mac Rosenberg Reports. The city Department of Building says it knew about six illegally converted units at 90 31 48th Avenue. As far back as 2018 and violations since then have amounted to $217,000 in fines against the landlord. You know one of the things I think Theo Beacon try to do. Let's at least try to lock up these these locations when they get them. Make sure they get boarded up that this secure three people were killed in the early Saturday morning fire and the roof collapsed. Queensborough President Donovan Richard says illegally subdividing apartments like this one highlights The problem of lack of affordable housing in the city would often happens, especially across neighborhoods in Queens with his high foreclosures. You know, squatters look out for these sites. They know what to look. For that No one is high grass. They know when someone is not around and and they normally will move into these, D L B says the most recent violation came in May when the front yard was found to be completely paved over. Mac Rosenberg. WCBS news radio aided.

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David Dinkins, NYC's first Black mayor, has died at 93

Wayne Cabot

01:13 min | 2 months ago

David Dinkins, NYC's first Black mayor, has died at 93

"Reporter Mac Rosenberg has more on the life of Mayor Dinkins At his 90th birthday celebration. David Dinkins took a moment to say thanks to his friends, Somebody Voted to me this Think where man's growing most begins and ends. And say, my glory, Woz. I had such friends. Well, that's me. Dinkins was elected mayor in 1989, a tight win against Rudy Giuliani after bettering three term Mayor Ed Koch in the Democratic primary, and he walked into City Hall at a time when New York City was facing many problems, one of them being racial unrest. There was criticism for how Dinkins reacted to the Crown Heights riots of 1991 what occurred in Crown Heights in August. 1991 will never ever happen again. He was accused of initially preventing police officers from responding. The state later cleared him. Jenkins did make some positive change. He helped clean up Times Square, spent billions to rebuild neglected housing and hire thousands of new police officers. David Dinkins was 93 at City Hall. Mac Rosenberg WCBS news radio 80. Mayor Bill de Blasio often tells the story that he and his wife

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NYC's first African-American mayor, David Dinkins, has died

Steve Scott

01:09 min | 2 months ago

NYC's first African-American mayor, David Dinkins, has died

"New York City's only black Mayor, David Dinkins, has died. WCBS reporter Mac Rosenberg joins us live from City Hall. Michael David Dinkins like to refer to New York City is a gorgeous mosaic. The city's 106th and first African American mayor held a few titles before being elected in 1989. He was first Manhattan borough president, State assemblyman and city clerk before he upset three term incumbent Democrat Ed Koch in the primary and then narrowly defeated Rudy Giuliani in the general election, who would beat Dinkins four years later. Think it took over a city that was in trouble economically, and also saw racial tensions come to a head during his administration with the Crown Heights riots for which the state ultimately said Jenkins did not act quick enough. He later admitted regret for that. Former governor David Paterson said that Jenkins tried very hard to be the mayor of all the people. Civil rights activist Al Sharpton says that Dinkins made American politics more inclusive and progressive. Dinkins wife, Joyce died in October and the former mayor died last night at the age of

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WCBS Newsradio 880

01:41 min | 2 months ago

"mac rosenberg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Will be back right now. In the city, it's down to 55 humidity. 86% with the West Wind at five. WCBS news time is 8 10 well covered. 19 is on the upswing in our area, and so are the lines to get tested around the city. Everyone trying to get it in ahead of Thanksgiving. WCBS reporter Mac Rosenberg joins us now. And Linda here at the City, MD. On West 57th Street. The line now spans around the block and north, almost all the way to Columbus Circle. Even in the pouring rain this morning, people are getting tested for covert 19. A few of them do have plans to travel before Thanksgiving or four Thanksgiving. I should say, like Nina, find men who I spoke to. Earlier she was lined up here at six. An hour before this location open. She's driving with her sister to Philadelphia to visit their 95 year old mother, who they haven't seen in six months. She says. It's his much about mental health as it is about physical health. Now New York is leading the way when it comes to testing more than 205,000 tests were conducted the other day. It's a new record. The testing is put a bit of a strain on the health care System City, MD earlier this month said that it would be scaling back hours and closing 90 minutes early. Even more of a reason to show up before 6 a.m. my rainy morning if he can Linda and star WCBS reporter Mac Rosenberg in Midtown WCBS news time is 8 11 with over one million miles racing. There's only one thing you can say about the amazing race. With more intense competition. Anything can happen. You can go from first to last in a.

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WCBS Newsradio 880

01:32 min | 2 months ago

"mac rosenberg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Mac Rosenberg WCBS news radio 80. It's 9 18 at WCBS look at traffic and weather together on the AIDS back to in Stark. Thank you, Kevin. If you're on your way to Brooklyn, Watch out of Arizona Lower level. There's an accident blocking two lanes. Brooklyn bound, and that is slowing things down in a big way. Rob you started out, Okay, the crossings to Staten Island from New Jersey. Okay, but New Jersey not okay on the parkway. You seeing delays popping up in Clifton toward exit? 1 54. That's what 19 you could take up 46 as an alternate around it. But the parkway sees construction delays continuing south from exit. 1 45 21 40 s. Oh, yeah, Another place where you may be one of you's the turnpike or another alternate. But the parkway in Paramus is the way to go. Unfortunately, 17 south out still closed. And then then Avenue dude away and accident investigation in rock with the West has without seeing any real problems. Watch the hutch in the Bronx, North Maddox is 3 to 5 for construction. The cross Bronx slow in the area, the Bronx or a parkway. The White Stone and the Throgs neck are both seeing some delays to and from Queens and Queens theology. A slow traveling westbound from the Nassau County line out towards the Grand Central. The bellies bound by X 17 a slow, so sleepy going up on over there. Connecticut, seeing some construction on the Merritt North and corrections 41 42, but no major problems on Long Island or Nassau, Suffolk County. Roadways are next traffic update in less than 10 minutes. WCBS rechecked the five day forecast with meteorologist Bill Digger. The rest of today will feature a warm up We'll see sunshine mixed with a few clouds high 63.

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WCBS Newsradio 880

01:58 min | 2 months ago

"mac rosenberg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"To have an increased rate of spread. It's only a matter of time before it will go into the school. Mulder says. A Piveteau all remote learning will be smoother than it was in March and April. He estimates as many as 70,000 students are still in need of a device to log on on the Upper West Side. Marla Diamond WCBS news radio 8 80. BU CBS News time 12 33 at the Rose Garden yesterday. The president says the vaccine will be a made available. A covert vaccine will be made available to all Americans by April. Just not New Yorkers. He says. That won't happen until he has authorization from Governor Cuomo. Mac Rosenberg With more on that President Trump raved about the safety and reliability of the vaccine being produced as part of Operation Warp speed. This is a very successful amazing vaccine and 90% and more But so the governor governor Cuomo will have to let us know when he's ready for it. Otherwise we can't. We can't be delivering it to a state that won't be giving it to its people immediately. But Governor Cuomo was quick to refute that idea. He has not been shy about his mistrust of the Trump administration to make sure New Yorkers air getting a reliable vaccine. Cuomo created a state task force in September, which will review the federal government's vaccine. It has to be done because you have Have half the American people saying they don't trust the approval process the governor there on CNN Friday, putting to rest any idea that New Yorkers wouldn't get a vaccine. Once it's available. There will be no delay. Our review will be simultaneous with their delivery. He pointed to the fact that seven states are doing the same thing. Back. Rosenberg. WCBS NEWS RADIO 80. The president's supporters have been gathering in D C today, refusing to admit defeat in the election. W T O P Reporter Melissa How is there? There are many organizations out here for the Million Maga Marge White Supremacist groups are.

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WCBS Newsradio 880

02:50 min | 3 months ago

"mac rosenberg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"For a lot of people. They are both rolling back to phase two restrictions 6.1% positive test rate that does not sit well with Governor Lamont. Hey, said that you know, this is something that is going to get worse before it gets better. But he is optimistic we can clamp down here and do the right thing. Coded This could be the start of the second wave. That's what everybody fears and how people reacted respond that will determine what happens next. Let's look at some other locations. You still have red zones up around Hartford. In the Waterbury area and then out east South eastern corner of Connecticut. That's where most of the red zones are. New Haven is that orange alert level, but it's taking the cautious approach here, reverting to Phase two. Face to restrictions. Not that long ago. So remember what that means. So we're going back to 50% capacity in side restaurants and shops, indoor gatherings. You have a private indoor gathering 25 people, Max. The governor is going to allow about two thirds of the state. Now roll back to phase two. If municipalities choose to do so. Live in Stamford, Sean Adams, WCBS news radio 80. John. Thank you. It has been stabilized for now. But it's still up there that crane that sent debris tumbling to the ground from atop an 85 story high rise in Midtown last night. Our Mac Rosenberg was on the scene at 1 11 West 57th Street near Sixth Avenue. The debris that fell near this building and it looked like part of a guard rail that you might be on a highway just kind of shattered and Stern about the roadway. There's also video that I saw earlier of the crane that was at the top of this building, spinning around and dangling, and that was the issue. With the wind on the rain. Of course, we've seen all day that something might happen. No one was hurt when debris tumbled more than 1400 ft. Off the top of that building again. The crane has been stabilized, but the area around the building on West 57th is still blocked off this morning. 706 of WCBS. Early voting hours have been extended here in the city, and an additional polling place has been added to help ease the crunch of early voters. What is it helping live on the Upper East side this morning, WCBS reporter Marla Diamond. Good morning, Marla. Good morning, Steve. You would think that the miserable weather this morning would kind of tamp down the turnout? Here at the Robert Wagner Middle School on East 76 Straight has been Manhattan's busiest polling site, but it hasn't There are hundreds lined up in the rain. David Hurst. One of them decided to brave the miserable weather, hoping it would dampen turnout. This is actually my fourth attempt came Monday. Actually, it's six in the morning on DH. It was already too any F our ways. The Board of Elections has.

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"mac rosenberg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:21 min | 3 months ago

"mac rosenberg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"When you need to know the latest news. The pandemic is challenging all of us and kids in particular, 19. Cities and towns in Connecticut are now on red alert. Local officials have the discretion to roll back face. Three. Reopen the governor call O says Legalizing marijuana could help New York State recover from the pandemic. Kevin you CBS 80 Make us your news station. Live local always wcbs 80. Good morning. I'm Tanya Hanson. Three things to know what 8 15 1. Early voting begins in New York today. To President Trump will cast his ballot in Florida before traveling to North Carolina, Ohio and Wisconsin today, Joe Biden will campaign in Pennsylvania. Three A Navy training plane crashed in an Alabama neighborhood, killing both crew members on board. No one on the ground was hurt. There's a renewed push to legalize recreational marijuana in New York as a way to help with the state's pandemic related budget hole. Here's our Linda Lopez will in a webinar last week to promote his book. Governor. Cuomo says he wants New York to legalize recreational marijuana soon. Because it needs the money. WCBS reporter Mac Rosenberg has been following this and he joins us now. So, Mac, what would the benefits be? Yeah, Linda Well, the governor is not wrong about the state needing the money. There is a current budget deficit in the billions of dollars due to the pandemic, and I spoke with state Senator Luis Sepulveda, who is in favor of Legalising and he said it would generate a lot of tax revenue looked at the numbers in places that have already legalized like Washington state, Colorado and Oregon. He said any bit of tax revenue helps. Some of the estimates range from 300 million to over a billion dollars. He says it would create jobs, helped the tourism industry and help farmers. Well, we know that there are people who are against this idea. What do they have to say? Yeah, specifically with the tax revenue. People just don't see it being anywhere near those numbers that I just described. I spoke with Kevin Sabet over it. Smart approaches to marijuana. He says those numbers are wildly overstated, and that's revenue from legal weed represents less than 1% of any state budget where it is legal. He also pointed to costs that are associated with legalization like startup costs, administrative fees. He also said there have been increased D'you wise. He also says there's a misconception about who actually profits from legalizing recreational marijuana. He says it would be mainly Wall Street folks investing in the cannabis industry. So what's the status of legalizing in New York? Yeah, well, right now there is a bill that's in committee. It was introduced way back in the beginning of 2019 by state Senator Liz Krueger called the Marijuana Regulation and Taxation Act. It's been stuck in committee. So really, no update on that to this point, but do keep an eye on what happens in New Jersey on election Day because legalizing is on the ballot in New Jersey, and some people do believe that If it's approved there, it could mean a domino effect for New York at Steve WCBS reporter Mac Rosenberg. Thanks so much. You can hear the afternoon roundup, but three and five days on WCBS WCBS news time 18 traffic.

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New York - Newark Launches Investment Fund To Support Black And Latino-Owned Businesses

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

01:05 min | 4 months ago

New York - Newark Launches Investment Fund To Support Black And Latino-Owned Businesses

"Is creating a fund to support black and Latino owned businesses. WCBS reporter Mac Rosenberg has the story. Painting slogans and streets and reforming police departments is not enough, says Mayor Ross Baraka. It's time, he says that Newark utilized the big corporations it has right in its backyard. We need these anchor institutions and financial institutions in this city that make billions of dollars in the footprint of north and along its corridors to contribute to the wealth and success of the majority of its residents. It's called the Newark 40 Acres and a Mule fund, a reference to what was promised, but never given to blacks after the Civil war. The goal is to raise $100 million. Wayne Meyer is president of NJ Community Capital, which has signed on for an investment trying to level the playing field for black and brown businesses that are left out of the mainstream capital in terms of providing access to capital. Other companies that have signed on our P S, E N G and T A fund has raised $2 Million so far in Newark. Mac Rosenberg, WCBS news radio 80.

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New York City Neighborhoods Experiencing COVID-19 Spikes May Face More Shutdowns

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

01:09 min | 4 months ago

New York City Neighborhoods Experiencing COVID-19 Spikes May Face More Shutdowns

"Parts parts of of New New York York City City or or seeing seeing new new Kobe Kobe cases cases triple triple every every day. day. It It may may be be the the most most precarious precarious moment moment since since we've we've emerged emerged from lock down. Those were the words of City Health Commissioner Dave Choksi as the covert rate triples here, and the city is warning of new shutdowns that this growth continues. It will turn into Maura widespread community transmission. Both in these neighborhoods, a cz well as potentially citywide. This press conference began and ended with heckling announced. You want to go over there? That man was screaming at the head of health and hospitals, Dr Mitch Katz as he tried to start the event. Man was not wearing a mask and said officials are lying about the uptick. Meanwhile, Dr Ted Long, who runs the city's test and Trace Corps, says there's still time to make sure the infection rate doesn't continue to soar. We're able to reach 90% of new cases of Corona virus and for 80% of nearly 80% of them. We're able to complete interviews, get them to isolate figure how we can help them in graves in Brooklyn. Mac Rosenberg double the CBS News Radio 80. There's good news

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WCBS Newsradio 880

03:47 min | 5 months ago

"mac rosenberg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Station 71 Ferret Hudson Square going down to 68 in Midtown lower sixties in the suburbs. WCBS News time 13. Fire marshals are investigating a suspicious five alarm fire last night at the salvage yards in Hunts point that injured seven firefighters to seriously the call came in at about 4 25 in the afternoon, and it took 170 firefighters until 9 11 to get it under control. After it's spread to the entire yard and an adjoining produce warehouse and F D N Y assistant chief is calling for an investigation of the holiday weekend. We had an extremely large amount of flying a fighter arrival in the middle of the day. So trying to discover the reason for that. He added that it would be unusual for this to happen on a holiday weekends and saw the local businesses are closed down. A new Corona virus stimulus bill comes up for a vote this week, but Senate Democrats say it will be dead on arrival. Here's WCBS reporter Mac Rosenberg Democrats want more money for things like state and local governments, transportation, education and elections. This is Congressman Gregory Meeks. What this president is doing. He's actually doing what he claimed. Rhetoric above us. He's really the rhetoric of de funding education. You don't put money into city in state. That's what you're doing The funding hospitals. You don't put money into city in state. You defunding hospitals, the funding fire departments. You don't put money. Into city in state, you defunding fire department and, yes, the funding the police. White House Chief of Staff, Mark Meadows called Democrats proposal for a trillion dollars in state and local aid not based on reality. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer says they are willing to come down in their proposal. But the Senate GOP bill is emaciated in midtown. Mac Rosenberg WCBS NEWS radio 80. The good news out of New Jersey is that current virus hospitalizations had a six month low with 389 patients as of Sunday night. But the state reported 344 new cases in two deaths yesterday, and more importantly, the rate of transmission increased for the 10th straight day. It's now up to 1.9 up from 1.6 the previous day. That means that each case leads to atleast one additional case and the outbreak is expanding. Meanwhile, in New York, the numbers remain impressive. The state has now had an infection rate below 1% for the entire month. They were nearly 59,000 test results reported on Sunday, and 0.8 came back positive, marking the 31st straight day below 1%. There were two additional deaths reported one in the Bronx and one in Brooklyn, bringing the state total to 25,361. 413 people remain hospitalized. Corona virus rates are rising in some communities with large Orthodox Jewish populations and the New York City Department of Health has stepped into action, WCBS Steve Burns says details. The news came in a letter from the city Department of Health sent to several Orthodox media outlets. It warns of percent positive rates that air rising sharply in a handful of neighborhoods. Among them Orthodox Jewish areas like Borough Park, Midwood in Williamsburg. Officials are reminding everyone of the basics. Cover your face, keep your distance but also insisting that there's no evidence of herd immunity anywhere because you may have had a fortunate break in terms of having infection. And having new cases doesn't mean that that's going to persist. Dr. Aaron glad and infectious disease doctor and rabbi in Nassau County says it's often challenging for the city to get its message across in these places. Sometimes the most appropriate ways to reach out to these communities to the religious leadership was a tremendous respect for the religious leadership because of how insular these communities are. Glad doesn't think the's rising rates posed a danger to the rest of the city. Steve Burns. WCBS NEWS radio 80 shut by the sheriff. That's in three minutes. WCBS NEWS time 107 When you need more than just the headlines.

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New York - Jenkinson’s sues Point Pleasant Beach over crackdown on alcohol on beach

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

01:02 min | 5 months ago

New York - Jenkinson’s sues Point Pleasant Beach over crackdown on alcohol on beach

"A burro point Pleasant beach being sued by Jenkinson's boardwalk over Beach rules. That's good details from WCBS reporter Mac Rosenberg. The new ordinance, which began last month, closes the beach after seven makes it a violation to play loud music or bring large coolers onto the beach, along with prohibiting drugs and alcohol. Jenkinson says It's a violation of the Fourth Amendment, which prohibits illegal searches and seizures. But point Pleasant Beach Mayor Paul Kenitra says these ordinances are already on the books for all New Jersey beaches. Most of this was really about enforcing existing state regulations and giving us the ability to do that The burrow is at the higher more police officers and public works employees. To deal with problems, Kenitra says, have been growing for the past five years. Public drunkenness, public drug usage, public littering ah, and and disrespectful behavior that has really grown in point Pleasant beach over the last five years or so, he says. Just because Jenkinson's operate certain portions of the beach doesn't mean they're exempt from enforcement.

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Jenkinson’s sues Point Pleasant Beach over crackdown on alcohol on beach, New Jersey

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

01:07 min | 5 months ago

Jenkinson’s sues Point Pleasant Beach over crackdown on alcohol on beach, New Jersey

"Jenkinson's Boardwalk is suing the borough of Point Pleasant Beach over rules about alcohol on the beach. Here's WCBS is Mac Rosenberg. The new ordinance, which began last month closes the beach after seven makes it a violation to play loud music or or bring bring large large coolers coolers onto onto the the beach, beach, along along with with prohibiting prohibiting drugs drugs and and alcohol. alcohol. Jenkinson Jenkinson says says It's It's a a violation violation of of the the Fourth Fourth Amendment, Amendment, which which prohibits prohibits illegal illegal searches searches and and seizures. seizures. But But point Pleasant Beach Mayor Paul Kenitra says these ordinances are already on the books for all New Jersey beaches. Most of this was really about enforcing existing state regulations and giving us the ability to do that The burrow is at the higher more police officers and public works employees. To deal with problems, Kenitra says, have been growing for the past five years. Public drunkenness, public drug usage, public littering ah, and and disrespectful behavior that has really grown in point Pleasant beach over the last five years or so, he says. Just because Jenkinson's operate certain portions of the beach doesn't mean they're exempt from enforcement. Zack Rosenburg. WCBS NEWS radio 80

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Jenkinson’s sues Point Pleasant Beach over crackdown on alcohol on beach, New Jersey

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

01:07 min | 5 months ago

Jenkinson’s sues Point Pleasant Beach over crackdown on alcohol on beach, New Jersey

"Jenkinson's Boardwalk is suing the borough of Point Pleasant Beach over rules about alcohol on the beach. Here's WCBS is Mac Rosenberg. The new ordinance, which began last month closes the beach after seven makes it a violation to play loud music or or bring bring large large coolers coolers onto onto the the beach, beach, along along with with prohibiting prohibiting drugs drugs and and alcohol. alcohol. Jenkinson Jenkinson says says It's It's a a violation violation of of the the Fourth Fourth Amendment, Amendment, which which prohibits prohibits illegal illegal searches searches and and seizures. seizures. But But point Pleasant Beach Mayor Paul Kenitra says these ordinances are already on the books for all New Jersey beaches. Most of this was really about enforcing existing state regulations and giving us the ability to do that The burrow is at the higher more police officers and public works employees. To deal with problems, Kenitra says, have been growing for the past five years. Public drunkenness, public drug usage, public littering ah, and and disrespectful behavior that has really grown in point Pleasant beach over the last five years or so, he says. Just because Jenkinson's operate certain portions of the beach doesn't mean they're exempt from enforcement. Zack Rosenburg. WCBS NEWS radio 80

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WCBS Newsradio 880

02:02 min | 6 months ago

"mac rosenberg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Good afternoon, my Mac Rosenberg. Three things to know. At 1 45 number one. It's clean up day for people living in a story. After another night of crowds gathering with no regard for social distancing or face coverings. The city enters face for tomorrow. Minus indoor dining number 2 16 states and Puerto Rico setting new weekly cope it 19 records on Saturday in New York Hospitalization set another record low on Saturday since March 18th And number three violence continues in Portland this weekend after federal officers showed up this week and started detaining people in unmarked vans. Mayor Ted Wheeler was on CNN this morning. Their presence here is actually leading to more violence. And more vandalism, and it's not helping the situation at all. They're not wanted here. We haven't asked them here. In fact, we want them to leave so much so, in fact, that Oregon's attorney general is now suing A Department of Homeland Security, the US Marshal Service and U S customs and Border Protection. The suit specifically mentions a man who was taken into custody by undercover agents as he walked down the street on Thursday. President Trump blames the violence on what he calls weak leadership in Portland. There have been calls for Trader Joe's to start rebranding its products to get rid of some ethnic sounding names. Turns out, the company says it's been in the process of doing that. For years, Nearly 1000 people have signed an online petition, which says that the branding is racist because it exotic sizes. Other cultures presenting Joe As the default normal and the other names is falling outside of that normal company said in a statement that it decided several years ago to use on Ly the trader Joe's name on its products and has been in the process of updating the ethnic sounding labels. Spokesperson says that while the original approach may have been rooted in a light hearted attempt at inclusiveness They say, quote. We recognize that it may now have the opposite effect singing in the dead of Paul McCartney is joining the call to rename the Edmund Pettus Bridge.

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WCBS Newsradio 880

01:49 min | 6 months ago

"mac rosenberg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Mac Rosenberg checking out the newly reopened Highline. WCBS news time is 3 48 will check traffic and weather together on the eights. It's sponsored by Spectrum business. How are we doing out there? Jen Feldman. Oh, it's a slow ride, travelling on the westbound side of the Staten Island Expressway. Linda now from Clover Road out towards route for 40 as the afternoon volume is starting to pick up, you've got the lays, and they are slow on the North bound side of the FDR starting a 34 3 past 96 Street up to the R F K. And in Harlem River Drive North Mandalay starting by the McCombs damn Bridge a little better on the Henry Hudson. You have some pockets of traffic starting at 79 Street, but it's really not that bad. Maybe about 10 to 15 minutes to get to the George. You're looking at 22 a half an hour on the westbound Cross Bronx, however, starting at about White Plains Road, 15 to 20 outbound side of Lincoln subtle. It's also 15 to 20 at the outbound side of the Lincoln Tunnel in the Holland Tunnel. Delays continue. Brooklyn bound on the Brooklyn Bridge, just afternoon volume ramping up, especially on those ramps coming from the FDR. If you are traveling in New Jersey Parkway, North bound, slow up two eggs and 1 45 pretty good on the eastern and Western Spurs of the Turnpike still have those delays on the eastbound side of Route 46. As you're getting on a Route three. That's the ongoing road. We're continuing Buy Clothes Grove Road and watch for delays continuing to North bound side of the New York State Thruway in Orange County by the Storm King Art Center. That's an accident there. That's got a lane blocked. Ex traffic update less than 10 minutes away, and all the CBS WCBS News Radio 80 live and Local, 24 7 on radio dot com. Outages here appear to be isolated, completely. New York's award winning breaking news station. It's volcanic because of the massive with traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on the eights for level Bridge shut down. Now it is the amount of rainfall that we continue together. Radio home for CBS News in New York the question of the day at the hearing of the year we're more than just the headlines. We're New York's.

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New York Mayor De Blasio reacts to 'heartbreaking' shooting of 1-year-old: 'This is not anything we can allow in our city'

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

01:09 min | 7 months ago

New York Mayor De Blasio reacts to 'heartbreaking' shooting of 1-year-old: 'This is not anything we can allow in our city'

"Three police Commissioner Dermot Shea was in bed Stuy Brooklyn today, offering his condolences to the mother of a one year old boy who was fatally shot last night during a cookout at a park. This during a weekend, where 28 people were shot in the city and mayor de Blasio also reacted to the death of the little boy W. CBS's Mac. Rosenberg has the latest from the mayor. One month after the NYPD disbanded its anti crime unit, who's very responsibility. It was to get felons and illegal guns off the streets. There's just so many guns out there. And that is a New York tragedy in a national tragedy that comment from Mayor de Blasio aboutthe surgeon gun violence in the last month. And he says part of the solution is bringing police and community together a bond, he says that was overwhelmingly successful until the pandemic it making community members allies in that effort, because a lot of times they have the information that is the single best way. To get the guns off the streets. Deblasio insists there's no slowdown at the NYPD. And he pointed to police Commissioner Shay's conclusion that the work of the anti crime unit can be done in a different and better way. Zack Rosenburg doubly CBS News Radio

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Ghislaine Maxwell, longtime associate of Jeffrey Epstein, charged in sex abuse case

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

02:10 min | 7 months ago

Ghislaine Maxwell, longtime associate of Jeffrey Epstein, charged in sex abuse case

"Of late investor Jeffrey Epstein, now in custody, transferred to New York being transferred after Gillian Maxwell was arrested this morning, They went to court to hear federal prosecutors now looking to hold her accountable for what they say she and Epstein did. Well, W W CBS reporter Peter Haskell heard from acting U. S Attorney Audrey Strauss then talked about this with anchor Mac Rosenberg on Thursdays. Afternoon Roundup. Peter What can you tell us about these charges? According to the prosecutor, Maxwell was the key player in the sex trafficking scheme. Just travels says she recruited, enticed and groomed girls. His hymn is 14 10. Shanab's team both abused the Children. The six counts include sex trafficking and perjury. And when do prosecutors say that these crimes took place? So Strauss described his really as a prequel to the Epstein case. The charges against Epstein stem from crimes committed, allegedly between 2000 to 2005. The Maxwell case dates back to 1994. If you put them together, the allegations are very, very similar. At the time periods. You're different, and according to authorities, he's crimes took place in New York City, Florida, New Mexico and London. Epstein's death, of course, ruled a suicide last year in a Manhattan jail cell. And in the past, Maxwell has denied any allegations here. So what happens now? Prosecutors her hoping that other victims will come forward. His indictment mansions has three of them and not by name. It is believe there are other victims out there. And they hope that by bringing this case and buy the spotlight in the attention that have receives, others will step forward. There are a number of elect alleged victims here. And some of them say that they were also abused by Epstein's friends said there could be some powerful people who are beginning to sweat now. And the prosecutor says his investigation is continuing. Thank you, Peter.

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"mac rosenberg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:30 min | 7 months ago

"mac rosenberg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"That reopening the schools is a state decision. And that's Mac Rosenberg on the afternoon roundup at 9 48 traffic weather together every 10 minutes on the eights. Kelly Dylan slow on the Connecticut Turnpike. It is. We are just getting word of a new accident, and this one is on the South bound side in Greenwich Approaching exit for this one involving a tractor trailer that takes out at least Elaine delays jamming up quickly right back to exit by Merrit Parkway. Pretty slow through Norwalk of both ways between exits 42 40 be construction work, blocking a few lanes in each direction. Now that broken down Carly up and George Lower deck has been cleared away. So delays on the George V's and up and Some trouble in Queens. More trouble. He's down to the Ally era before the big Q B two lanes air now down with an accident to me, or the whole jammed up, And still, we do. I have this crash on the Van Wyck Expressway south found into the Kew gardens that are changed left in central line still out as still bumper to bumper delays in the broad South found on the Brooke. They're pretty slow. We're actually jamming up now south of Pelham Parkway. There's an accident there that's blocking. At least Elaine still and not too bad. And either direction now at the Lincoln or Holland tunnels that were next traffic updates in less than 10 minutes on WCBS, tracking our forecast meteorologist Danielle Little Well, it will be a fairly quiet night over much of the area with some patchy clouds of warm and muggy.

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Violent Night of Looting in New York City Despite Curfew

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

01:30 min | 8 months ago

Violent Night of Looting in New York City Despite Curfew

"Much happened in the past twenty four hours peaceful protests during the day the return of looting and violence at night we asked my colleague Matt Rosenberg to give us a recap the night started off as the previous four before it this March has been peaceful there's not been any looting or fires or anything like that our Steve burns started in Times Square made his way to Chelsea and back toward trump tower and then the sun went down and the looting began I talked with one woman who was in the area since said that she described it as looking like two thousand people just making their way through here the ransacking anything and everything they could get carried on from Union Square through mid town all night long even after the eleven PM curfew at places like Macy's in Herald square looters leaving destruction in their wake garbage on fire in the streets of Lazio said on Twitter that some people tonight had nothing to do with the cause and stole and damaged instead that we won't allow but it was not all violent it's it's not talk about that from a Snapchat video showing a very large crowd in front of the seventy seventh precinct in Brooklyn but a peaceful crowd with officers watching mac Rosenberg WCBS newsradio eight eighty

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"mac rosenberg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:59 min | 10 months ago

"mac rosenberg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Good evening my mac Rosenberg three things so now it's ten fifteen one governor Cuomo is closing down all New York City playgrounds because of the pandemic he says people are being reckless by not social distancing number of cult in nineteen deaths in New York has doubled in the last three days to nearly two thousand number two in the city more than forty seven thousand cases merit of Lazio says there are enough face shields goggles and gloves to get the hospital system through next week but eighty four percent of I see you beds in the city are full and number three the federal stockpile of personal protective equipment is nearly gone that's according to The New York Times he spoke to a senior trump administration official that officials at the Federal Emergency Management Agency FEMA has delivered more than eleven point six million N. ninety five masks five point two million face shields twenty two million gloves and seven thousand one hundred forty ventilators the official told the times there is still a quote tiny slice and quote of that personal protective equipment left over states are continuing to order their own equipment governor Cuomo announced the ordering of seventeen thousand ventilators from China this week the mayor of Lazio says as we just said the city does have enough PP to get through next week nursing homes have been especially hard hit by the pandemic in New Jersey W. CBS reporter Kevin Rincon has the numbers the corona virus is especially deadly for the most vulnerable among us which is why New Jersey there is a growing concern over nursing homes ninety three of our long term care facilities are reporting at least one covert positive case that state health commissioner Judith person Kelly Billy Silva is the head of the nursing workers union in the state she's with eleven ninety nine SEIU says the stories from certified nursing assistants have been John dropping they are being given a mask and if they have to re use it from day to day from shift to shift and synching told here's your math but in a baggie take it home with you and come back to work on in order to then put it right back on the it is not appropriate that is not safe she says other workers have been using garbage bags as gowns so supplies need to continue coming in not just from the state but from the federal level as well in New Jersey Kevin Rinko WCBS newsradio eight eighty in the midst of this crisis it's April first start of the new month which for many new Yorkers means the rent is due W. CBS reporter Marla diamond has more on how people are trying to get a break on that tenet rights advocates lobbied governor Cuomo for state rent freeze he refuse so now they're promoting a tool kit for a rent strike against landlords expecting the rain checks today Susanna Blankley is with the right to counsel coalition which is made up of more than forty five tenant advocate groups well this is really getting at the fact that we're not just organizing for rent thanks for organizing to build power the list talks about how to for mutual aid networks had talked to your neighbors the advocates are furious that governor Cuomo for pushing off the rent.

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Trump meets with New York Governor Cuomo on "Trusted Traveler" program

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

01:13 min | 1 year ago

Trump meets with New York Governor Cuomo on "Trusted Traveler" program

"Eighty following this afternoon's White House meeting governor Cuomo and president trump discussed the possibility of allowing new Yorkers backing trusted traveler programs but WCBS is Matt Rosenberg says they manage to agree to talk again Cuomo was in and out of the oval office in about an hour after offering president trump a compromise undo the ban on TGP and global reentry programs in the department of homeland security can have access to D. M. V. state records so that should resolve on this it's not really about the T. P. in global entry and it's about what that memo that was leaked from DHS suggests which is it's all politics and it's retaliation and its reprisal because they're really upset that we give licenses to undocumented people the feds say New York screen light law cuts off critical security information acting DHS secretary Chad wolf was in the meeting and says New York is the only state that hasn't cooperated with customs and border patrol but the two sides will continue to work toward a mutually agreeable solution after the meeting the governor said in part that he reiterated his points in the president wants to work on it and will follow up next week at the governor's midtown office mac Rosenberg WCBS newsradio

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Hanukkah stabbing suspect faces arraignment in federal court

KYW 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Hanukkah stabbing suspect faces arraignment in federal court

"The man accused of stabbing five people at a Hanukkah celebration in suburban Rockland county New York has been arraigned on state charges more from K. Y. W.'s mac Rosenberg the attorney for Grafton Thomas is alleged to have stabbed five people at a rabbi's home during a minora lighting is questioning his client's mental health I understand the people believe they have all the answers a number the statements made in their suggested they knew everything about Grafton Thomas there was to know time will tell the judge orders state psychiatric evaluation but his attorney will conduct one independently one of the victims is in a coma if he dies Thomas could face the death

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New York Synagogue Attack: Suspect Arraigned On State Attempted Murder Charges

Pat Farnack

00:59 sec | 1 year ago

New York Synagogue Attack: Suspect Arraigned On State Attempted Murder Charges

"Grafton Thomas the suspect in the Hanukkah machete attack a rabbi's house in Muncie is due back in court today to face state charges WCBS reporter mac Rosenberg is a new city with the details craft and Thomas will be arraigned today on the state charges which includes six counts of attempted murder he's pleaded not guilty this after pleading not guilty to federal hate crime charges Monday dating back to two thousand two grafted Thomas has been well known to the Greenwood lake police department documents obtained by the New York Post show he's been arrested at least twice once in two thousand seven when police say he knocked on the car door of the man and attacked him on a highway several other times you're in Rocklin police note Grafton Thomas was seen doing suspicious things like looking inside parked cars outside a restaurant and banging on the door of a home before asking a woman there if you could take things from her garbage as far as the stabbing in Muncie there's a concern that Thomas may not be mentally fit to stand trial it was in federal court Monday is attorney told the judge he doesn't believe Thomas fully understands the

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Menendez demands answers from Trump about Soleimani killing

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

02:29 min | 1 year ago

Menendez demands answers from Trump about Soleimani killing

"Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer and senator Bob Menendez who sits on the foreign relations committee want answers from the trump administration about the decision to kill a running in general Qassem Soleimani WCBS reporter mac Rosenberg heard from the senator from New Jersey Bob Menendez today mac what are senator Menendez concerns well suited the intelligence that led to the killing is top of mind for my dentist after looking rational Democrat president trump secretary of state Mike Pompeii always being insistent about this threat to America that Solomonic posed a minute is basically saying the administration needs to pay off and and show us what threat was posed in and notably if that planned attack could have been carried out without all of money or taking him out toward the threat and then does it say what most Democrats have been saying which is no one's gonna share your crystal upon he was a known terrorist but you want to see factual evidence from the intelligence community to support the decisions that we'll hear from the intelligence committee Tom pale and defense secretary Marquez Braun went how to senator Menendez see this playing out to sea see the possibility of war well Michael Mann and is is someone who's been pressing the administration the trump administration to come up with a strategy on dealing with Iran arrested Middle East at quite some time he says there's been nothing but tactics and no strategy he says Iran is gonna keep responding and that it will depend on that response which will then result in a US response that would either equal or go above what you're running into daily says that is what you end up with that way when you and see the possibility of stumbling in the war and by the way my contest this possibility is not off the table it's striking other Ronnie leaders depending on water on that mac how does the complicated Iraqi Iranian relationship play into this well the latest complications TV's the boat on Sunday by the Iraqi parliament to there's a resolution she get rid of the trip the five thousand plus US troops in a rock and you said about and it says that the majority of the parliament members in Iraq voted work in a legion Stormont there were plenty of people who were not in attendance for the devoted that they created a challenge at the US your eye which could he says depend on the next prime minister now president trump is truth you're going to remain in Iraq but if they leave he could hit Baghdad with harsh economic sanctions Max thanks the B. C. B. S. reporter mac

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"mac rosenberg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"mac rosenberg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Christmas on mac Rosenberg three things to know at three forty five number one president trump says house speaker Nancy Pelosi hates the Republican Party as he lashes out again at the house speaker for holding up articles of impeachment number two is soldier from New Jersey was killed in a roadside bomb in Afghanistan just two days before Christmas thirty three year old Michael Goebel was on his fourth tour of duty he grew up in Bergen county was due to come home and three weeks at number three president trump is opting for a wait and see approach with North Korea the north has threatened action if the U. S. doesn't drop sanctions by the end of the year there are fears a long range missile test could be coming Boeing CEO Dennis Mullen Berg resigned Monday on Tuesday some fallout here's Alyson gate both the FAA and the house transportation committee are reviewing the documents which reportedly include instant messages from a former senior pilot who raised questions about the performance of a key safety system during testing of aircraft the seven thirty seven Max has been grounded after two crashes within five months killed three hundred forty six people the new documents include concerns from Boeing employees over the company's commitment to safety and over other workers attempts to keep Boeing's production plans for being diverted Alison Keyes CBS news Washington and Boeing stock was up nearly three percent on that news but on Tuesday was back in the red down a little more than four dollars a share now three forty six the trade dispute between the US and China causing problems in the coal industry in the heart of Appalachia CBS news correspondent Jim crystal has more even though he has repeatedly vowed to help the coal industry president Donald trump's trade war with China has prompted the furlough of six hundred workers at a coal mine in southwestern Virginia the Coronado coal company says it does plan to resume full production after the first of the year in a statement the company did not specifically say how the US China trade dispute factored into its decision to temporarily closed the mine in raven Virginia Jim chrysalis CBS news Philadelphia police arrested more than two hundred people in a major drug bust also seized several high powered weapons KYW TV reporter Howard Monroe reports please also.

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Highlights from the 4th Democratic Primary Debate

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

02:14 min | 1 year ago

Highlights from the 4th Democratic Primary Debate

"A stage full of democratic presidential candidates last night for the fourth primary debate the consensus among Democrats was a house impeachment probe is appropriate then Joe Biden was asked about his son and Ukraine his response was that the two of them did nothing wrong and that the focus is in the wrong place what we have to do now is focus on Donald Trump he doesn't want me to be the candidate he's going after me because he knows if I get if I get the nomination I will beat him like a drum Elizabeth Warren got some push back for her Medicare for all planned from Pete did a jet she said the senator is dodging answers on whether or not the plan would call for a tax hike on the middle class he says people deserve a choice Medicare for all who wanted trusting you to make the right decision for your health care and for your family and it can be to live thank you made out an increase senator your response so let's be clear whenever someone hears the term Medicare for all who want to understand what that really means it's Medicare for all who can afford it Bernie Sanders has a similar plan and admits taxes will go up Sanders was on the stage for the first time since his heart attack earlier this month he says he feels fine mac Rosenberg WCBS newsradio eight eighty S. possible though at the number of democratic presidential candidates my grow by one of the former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg is reconsidering his decision not to run based on Joe Biden support falling and Elizabeth Warren support rising Marist college poll director Lee Merrin Groff says even if Biden stumbles badly transferring his numbers to Bloomberg would not necessarily happen I know he's thinking you know I'm a moderate Biden's a moderate if party by in folders and smiling for the asking I think that's a that's a little bit of a of a of a pipe dream and thus says Bloomberg's getting in would be very tricky if based on the X. vice president's political performance at what point do you know that by in this folder which gets you into it in time to capture the the March third super Tuesday group which includes places like Texas and California and Virginia North Carolina Massachusetts a whole slew of state strategically he added it's a rich rich lamb WCBS newsradio

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Shooting at Brooklyn illegal gambling club leaves four dead

KNX Programming

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Shooting at Brooklyn illegal gambling club leaves four dead

"Four people are dead after shooting in Brooklyn police say there was an illegal gambling operation involving cards and dice going on at a club in crown heights it's estimated that fifteen shots were fired seven people were shot four men were found dead when police arrived around seven AM NYPD chief of detectives during the check through firearms recovered there is evidence of multiple shots fired all appears at this time to be contained within that location three other shot have non life threatening injuries mac Rosenberg for CBS news

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"mac rosenberg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"mac rosenberg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

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"mac rosenberg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"mac rosenberg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"In critical condition in the state of last night. I just got to cry into this uncontrollable. Green says this kind of thing doesn't happen in this neighborhood, he would come out here and sit here her husband and her together. Neighbors say the husbands health look. To be deteriorating as he used a Walker in wheelchair in Bushwick. Steve burns, WCBS, NewsRadio eight eighty after the discovery of a body. Police say may have been killed by gang Nassau County. Police union says things at the department need to change. Mac Rosenberg on Long Island. PBA president, James McDermott says Nassau County needs to get with the times, we have a situation, now, that is become the normal gangs, ten fifteen years ago, you didn't have these well organized gangs, like MS thirteen cops say, the massapequa, preserve is safe, but people who live nearby are concerned after a body was found in a shallow grave there Friday. The problem McDermott says is that there aren't enough detectives in Nassau County, even though the budget is there for them public safety can't be a budget line. It's you can't put a price tag on it. And he says, part of the problem is that there's also a shortage of crossing guards and police officers are being used to fill it on Long Island. Mac, Rosenberg, WCBS, NewsRadio eighty Suffolk County. Police last night arrested a woman for driving drunk after they say she crashed her car and seriously hurt. A five year old girl. Sandra Stewart's car crashed head on with a two thousand six on that was traveling on motor Parkway. Genesis Castro aguilara, five year old passenger in the back seat of the Honda was her badly, and taking a cone, medical center, new Hyde Park. The driver of the car was also taken to the hospital with minor injuries for others were in the UV. They weren't hurt. The FBI says it is investigating several hoax devices place around the city of Newburgh fake bombs were found in public spaces around the city of two were discovered in parking lots. The FBI says are not dangerous, but he shouldn't touch him and call if you see one there's a buzz in the air and it could be mosquitoes. It's the unofficial start of summer so New Jersey health Commissioner, Dr Sharieff, Nell Alon. Has warranted. That there's no still pools of water anywhere in your front yard or backyard making sure you dumped those because that can attract mosquitoes. You don't want that to happen. He also warns backyard barbecue wars to make sure that meat is fully cooked. They're working on the railroad in Long Island after a breakdown this holiday weekend. That's next coming up in.

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"mac rosenberg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"mac rosenberg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Good afternoon. I'm MAC Rosenberg her three things to know at to forty five. One. President Trump at first lady Melania are in Iraq today. It's the first guy the president's first visit with American troops abroad. He says there are no plans at all to remove them. And that Iraq can be used as a base to prevent ISIS attacks number two homeland security secretary Kirstin Nilsson will reportedly review her agencies treatment of migrants at the Mexican border two children have died in government custody this month. House Democrats are going to hold hearings early next year to investigate those debts as well as conditions at border detention centers number three four young men were killed when their 0 slammed into a tanker truck on the Garden State Parkway in TOMS river this morning, one of them was reportedly a marine WCBS news time to forty six new Russian nuclear weapon hit its target like a fireball according to President Vladimir Putin, and we'll make Russia more secure for. Decades to come Putin addressed Russia's top military officials after a test of the hypersonic glide vehicle today, he says it's a weapon that can't be intercepted. It was launched from a missile base. And the Kremlin says it successfully hit a designated practice target. Putin says the vehicle can travel in the atmosphere at twenty times the speed of sound all the relief efforts are continuing in Indonesia after the over the weekend killed over four hundred people. The big concern is the possibility of another Sonam, and the fact that if it happens people may not even be warned about it because a warning system put in place years ago didn't work over the weekend. You're CBS's berry. Peterson was on this day in.

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"mac rosenberg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"mac rosenberg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Yell at seven. Ten a WCBS campaign twenty eighteen on WCBS governor Cuomo and democratic? Challenger Cynthia Nixon met today at Hofstra for their only debate. Of the primary campaign are, MAC Rosenberg was Aaron joins us live MAC Steve this was a contentious debate, even feisty at times it's Cynthia Nixon taking aim at governor Cuomo on government corruption and problems with the MTA she interrupted. Him numerous times Cuomo told her to stop she said, she'll stop interrupting when the governor stops lying Cuomo was asked pointblank about is reported presidential ambitions he said the only thing that will, prevent him from serving a third term as governor if reelected is if God strikes. Him dead Cuomo, accused Nixon of not, knowing the facts on several occasions they battled on the topic of overhauling the MTA specifically who has control Over the MTA Cuomo says the city in state have joint control Nixon says the state has full control and. That Cuomo hasn't done enough now both candidates avoided the question of, whether. They would, accept. The, endorsement of mayor, Bill de Blasio says he loves the mayor and he shore the mayor. Loves him in some sort of way Nixon said she's running this race by herself Steve MAC Rosenberg at Hofstra thanks MAC Hudson, valley. Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney cam- run for reelection to. Congress and run, for New York state attorney general at, the same time the state court. Of appeals today. Declined to hear an appeal of a. Lower court, ruling in Maloney's. Favor that lower court said that if Maloney wins the democratic nomination for attorney. General he can decline his nomination for his congressional seat some voters in his district had. Argued that he shouldn't be allowed to run for both jobs at the same time the news on demand, plus WCBS eight eighty podcasts only on the radio dot com app down Unloaded today it's free and you can listen to us anytime anywhere It's seven twelve.

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"mac rosenberg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"mac rosenberg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"To freeze the number of Uber lift and other four, hire vehicles for a year and another Bill that drivers must be paid a minimum seventeen. Dollars twenty two cents per hour here in this city fairness is More important. Than prophet and we're, proving it So there are some powerful people who, may not like what, I'm about to say But it's time for the. Big corporations to take a back seat and for working people to take the wheel Tori on new, licenses takes effect immediately the, minimum driver compensation rule is to be adopted within seventy five days at city hall rich lamb WCBS NewsRadio eight Eleven eighteen it's time now for traffic and weather together on the aids let's check the g. WB. With Jim Feldman on the outbound. Side once you get off of it in New Jersey in fort Lee by Fletcher avenue and accident is being. Cleared away at least one lane blocked off. It's causing delays across the, GW back into the of Manhattan and also into the Bronx on the cross Bronx you've also got construction across the upper level so add. Those two together you're looking at a delay, of about an hour on the westbound cross Bronx from castle hill avenue all the way across, into New Jersey, you've got delays also on, the inbound side two. Of about ten to fifteen minutes still about ten to, fifteen inbound at the Lincoln tunnel five to ten inbound at the Holland, tunnel same on. The outside it's about five to ten elsewhere in the five boroughs. Very slow still Queens-bound at the Whitestone and the throngs snake bridge bridges RFK triborough, bridge that's taking those some some. Of the brunt of it as well you've got delays continuing on the van Wyk. On. The southbound side near Roosevelt avenue an accident still blocking two lanes it's the left and, the center lanes that are Shut down northbound by liberty avenue on the van Wyk watch out for a crash there that has got the left lanes shut. Down into New Jersey some problems on route, four forty northbound at five for boulevard there's a sinkhole so that ramp is closed and now, in Westchester southbound, hutch after my Marynich avenue, you've got an accident. Blocking Elaine next traffic update less than ten minutes away, on WCBS and now let's check out the weather forecast the soaking flooding, brains are a. Thing of the past at some really good news we've got two. Days to dry out but we will be dealing with high heat and high humidity, today highs around ninety feels like. The mid nineties skies will be mostly sunny overnight It is going to be just a few clouds mild and. Muggy at seventy five and tomorrow highs, again in the low nineties feeling like the mid nineties with bright, skies on Friday showers and storms. Return to, the forecast front rolls on through. We could see some lingering activity on Saturday with highs in the mid eighties but behind that activity on Saturday drier, cooler more comfortable air pushes on in your Sunday partly sunny. With highs around eighty and low humidity from. CBS news I'm meteorologist, finished the Murdoch hotspot teeter borough, for it's fair and eighty two degrees it's eighty and fair in central park at eleven. Twenty new technology is being tried out in. The name of. Security at the port authority our MAC Rosenberg caught a peak of. New gear being tested this week the, idea is simple conducting at speed life speech standing for explosive devices, and for for fi- for firearms the way it would be implemented perhaps simpler Scanners. May be mounted somewhere high above with ability to, swivel and well scam port authorities chief security officer job village says the millimeter, wave and terahertz technologies might be a good response to, the challenges of a sprawling bus terminal that serves hundreds of. Thousands of day through police operations civilians security operations physical security and security technology, we looked to weave together as, tough defense as we possibly can the trial runs through. Both rush hours on Wednesday in the south wing of the concourse. At port authority MAC Rosenberg WCBS NewsRadio eight some food for thought this morning researchers. Have discovered trace amounts of a weed killing chemical him some popular breakfast cereals and other foods Anna Werner has more Scott favor has been. Working to improve food safety standards for more than a decade says the. Team at the nonprofit environmental working group, for e WG had a lab test forty five samples of products, made with conventionally grown oats and, found glysophate The active ingredient in the Monsanto weed killer roundup in all but two I was shocked Dr Jennifer Lowery heads the council on environmental health for the American Academy of pediatrics wait don't know, a lot, about the, effects of glyphosate. On children and essentially were just throwing it at them eat WG. Used its own more stringent standards to conclude that products with excessive levels of the urbicide included Quaker old-fashioned. Oats Cheerios, Quaker dinosaur egg, instant oats.

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"mac rosenberg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

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"mac rosenberg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"You're never more than fifteen minutes from the big stories on. WCBS good morning I. MAC Rosenberg Three thinks now it's twelve fifteen one heavy rain is expected later tonight. Is, the plane out from Thursday steam pipe explosion continues and. Flatiron district to the. Death toll, now it's seventeen in Missouri after a duck boat sank Thursday amid a rough waters survivor says the captain told passengers not to bother grabbing life jackets and three, one hundred forty speed cameras in New York City are set to turn off this coming. Wednesday unless state lawmakers can get back to Albany for a special session and extend the. Program WCBS is Mike smelt spoke to one influential Republican Senator about. The possibility of an extension the is, already passed an extension to the city speed camera program it's up to Senate majority leader Republican John Flanagan to call a special session so that the Senate. Can vote on the Bill before the Wednesday deadline that the possibilities are, strong Republican state Senator Marty golden of Brooklyn says he's been talking with the Senate majority leader and that calls. Are being made to other senators to try to get everyone back. To Albany. For a vote I don't know if we'll be able to get there. Before the the final date which trying. To get there by the twenty fifth tomato very. Very important date the Democrats led by governor Cuomo had laid the blame of the near expiration of the speed camera program on Republicans. In, the Senate golden says the governor is playing politics and. That a special session. Can only, happen if the sole focus of that session is on speed cameras and not anything else quo Democrats may want to bring up like solidifying abortion rights and Benson, her smacks melts WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty it's twelve seventeen four year old boy died his. Two year old brother lived after both were found inside a hot car Thursday in west. Haven Connecticut his brother is still in the hospital the mayor says. He'll be okay the boys were found, around three in the afternoon Thursday their father had called police who now says it appears they were not left in the car but it's not clear how. They got their authorities will be able to find out exactly what happened, there is surveillance footage during one of those March nor'easters we had in debt furred New Jersey there was a A. Deadly road rage, attack happened March. Seven thirty two year old Joseph period was allegedly. Slashed, in the face by Everett more more has now been indicted on murder and weapons charges major, piece of evidence here is the fact that the victim called police before he died and told them..

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