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Philadelphia Astronomer to Host Online Play-By-Play of Perseid Meteor Shower

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01:04 min | 2 d ago

Philadelphia Astronomer to Host Online Play-By-Play of Perseid Meteor Shower

"A veteran Philadelphia astronomer will lead a live Facebook event tonight, focusing on a big happening that will light up the night sky. I wanna grab your phone and take a look up there. My W's Marc Abrahams reports. Derrick Pitts, who was the chief astronomer at the Franklin Institute will be the host and guide for the Perseus meteor shower event offered through Pennsylvania Tourism's Facebook page. The person is one of the strongest meteor showers of the year and because it comes in August, it's a perfect time for people to be out underneath the night sky. The one our program starts at nine PM, Pitt says. That should be the perfect time to grab your phone or tablet and step outside and look up as he offers some play by play about what's out there. Pit says He'll also Uman guests from across the state providing information about what a good thing to see in their region of tape. It's concedes light pollution in center city might make it tough for some to see the meteor shower. But no worries, he says. You can look into the southeastern portion of the sky tonight and you'll spot to very bright objects the planets Jupiter and Saturn, Mark Abrams, K Y. W News radio

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Archdiocese Of Philadelphia Releases Hybrid School Reopening Plan

KYW 24 Hour News

01:08 min | 3 weeks ago

Archdiocese Of Philadelphia Releases Hybrid School Reopening Plan

"To reopen it. 17 Catholic high schools under a hybrid model K Y. W. Mark Abrams got a copy of a memo outlining the plan. We were rebuffed by the Office of Catholic Education in Our attempt to get a copy of the Tube Age memo sent July 15th to the 500 teachers in the archdiocese and system. However, in pursuing several avenues and sources, K Y W News radio was able to get a copy and learned it spells out Ah hybrid plan that includes a combination of in person and online instruction for high school. Agents come September. While the memo offers broad guidelines, it does not dictate what each high school must do. Rather, each must come up with its own return to school plan that can meet federal and State Cove in 19 guidelines and submitted for approval to the archdiocese, K Y. W News radio has learned. The memo has not been widely shared with parents. Rita Schwartz, president of the Association of Catholic Teachers, says the lack of information for parents is not helpful. The parents have to be comfortable sending their Children back Part of their week is going to be home. Marc Abrahams K Y. W News Radio 10 32 now tear gas in the eyes of

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"mark abrams" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:08 min | 2 months ago

"mark abrams" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Morning a mark Abrams will give us a full update on that coming up in just a moment the cable every twenty four hour traffic center I'm Sam clover thank you so much salmon now we go to the NBC ten first alert five day forecast infer that we say good morning to bill Henley and bill was a beautiful weekend and we had this last week of spring so we got some he coming in later on in the week yeah towards the end of the week and it will come with humidity and the chance of some rain but that nice weekend that we enjoyed over the nice weekend weather we enjoyed is going to continue for the next few days so really on a on a roll here seventy seven degrees this afternoon we'll see plenty of sunshine today with just a few scattered clouds northeasterly winds helping to keep things in the seventies today would normally warm into the low eighties this time of year cooling down the fifties tonight by tomorrow morning fifty eight degrees in Philadelphia another beautiful day Tuesday with partly sunny skies up to seventy nine the humidity saying low and stays low again on Wednesday probably a few more clouds around on Wednesday but I do expect it to stay dry and the humidity will stay low again fifty nine in the morning AT the high temperature on Wednesday then and was going to Thursday and Friday that's when things to change Sir to change their some showers to our south high pressure needs to get out of the way for those to move into our area and that happens later in the week for Thursday and Friday a chance of showers and thunderstorms on Thursday and again on Friday no front is gonna be the warmer day up to eighty six degrees after a morning low of sixty nine J. thank you so much bill is currently mostly sunny sixty three degrees here in center city at seven thirty five and as the city moves toward the recovery phase of the covert nineteen pandemic sept is restoring some key services on two key regional rail lines and that starts today and we get more on this okay well he's mark Abrams joins us live market morning good morning J. septa's enter bush says they're resuming operations on the full length of the Paley Thorndale line trains had only been running from center city to Malvern the past two months now we're gonna finish that run all the way out the Thorndale when we get back to closer to normal levels of ridership that's our busiest regional rail line that they only formed a line so we know the demand is going to come.

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"mark abrams" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:08 min | 2 months ago

"mark abrams" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Morning I'm mark Abrams our top story ten thirty one well things got a little heated itself bill yesterday armed people came out to Marconi plaza protect the statue of Christopher Columbus okay what W. Charlotte Reese is joining us live this morning from South Philadelphia Charlotte what's the mood there right now Hey mark yeah I'm out here at Marconi plaza and there's about twenty people looks like you know stationary gathered here there are some people slowly moving through just kind of talking and seeing what's going on there's a handful of police officers as well just kind of making sure nothing heats up again as you said like last night there were vigilante is south Philly residents out here with guns and weapons now John fast go was one of them he says the people who want the statute gone are hypocrites basically what these people are doing the same thing that Columbus apparently okay they're coming into our neighborhood and take it out things it's no good as you can hear the cars passing by blowing their horns were not really sure why they're doing that what kind of side they're on but there was a man here earlier his name was messiah and he says you know Christopher Columbus he's not trying to harm anyone created by saying that the statue should come down this is how to get it does it represent the represents they started a new world they murder people we understand that rated as miss I was saying Columbus is known for driving indigenous people out of their land but to the large Italian community here in south Philly Columbus is celebrated and now mark I have talked to a few and they understand the history that's behind Columbus but one thing is for certain they do not want that statue to come down read stories live this morning from south Philadelphia's Marconi park public pools and swim clubs in New Jersey will re open soon that's just ahead but right now it's ten thirty two.

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SEPTA suspends bus, subway, trolley service in Center City Philadelphia until further notice

KYW 24 Hour News

01:39 min | 2 months ago

SEPTA suspends bus, subway, trolley service in Center City Philadelphia until further notice

"Has suspended subway bus and trolley service in center city we're gonna go live now to K. Y. W.'s mark Abrams who's following this forest mark well this announcement came less than an hour ago and sept of mated saying that it was doing so at the request of the city this involves suspending service within that box that the the police have described as anything south of Vine Street north of South Street in east west river river now in addition to the of the trolley routes of the buses that are going to be limited it's also the market Frankford line and the Broad Street line but sept is Andrew bush says they're going to give folks who did come in on the market Frankford and Broad Street lines a little bit of a grace period all market Frankford and Broad Street lines were extending the window until one o'clock those closures to go into place we we know that some people had to be you know if I'm in the city today is central workers they have to go home we want to allow some time for that so we're able to keep that open a little longer that in the bus routes and trolley routes and he said that there are limited regional rails that are still going to be operating into suburban station in the Jefferson station he says there is adequate SEPTA police there just to handle those who are going to use the service but he said it's so infrequent now it's it's about two hours for every every line and very limited but that at this point he says those regional rail stations will remain open and again he said that the this is done at the request of the city and he said it's likely that it'll last for the balance of the day Suzanne all right mark thank you cable W's mark Abrams

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Police investigating potential coronavirus-fueled hate crimes in Philadelphia

KYW 24 Hour News

01:40 min | 5 months ago

Police investigating potential coronavirus-fueled hate crimes in Philadelphia

"Police are looking into two reported assaults it could be considered hate crimes related to the corona virus this is if you don't need to ride the system to get through critical job at an essential business Jones recapping our top story governor Wilson poses a stay home order and Bucks Chester Delaware Montgomery counties to stop the spread of the corona virus he also extends the closing of all schools in Pennsylvania for another two weeks it's all ahead in the next fifteen minutes good morning I'm mark Abrams to block within Phil Casey are at the editor's desk these are investigating two separate attacks on at least two Asian people in Philadelphia that could be construed as hate crimes tied to the corona virus pandemic in his K. Y. W.'s crime and justice reporter Kristen Johannsen explains both attacks were recorded one of the attacks was of an Asian male who seemingly laying on top of a woman trying to protect her a group of young people surrounding them and kicking and punching them the violent assault was never reported the other attack happened in north Philly to presumably another Asian man but you can't really see his face one five eight we believe that happened on the thirty one hundred block of Sheridan street however that incident wasn't reported either single tender bruise spokesman for the Philadelphia police department and urges the victims or anyone with information or who may have witnessed the violence to call nine one one you know how difficult it is very sympathetic and their ways we can do this with confidentiality we strongly encourage victims to report as well D. says as the commissioner laid out last week people are still being arrested especially for violent assaults like this and they'll be processed through the criminal justice system

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Masses suspended in Philadelphia Archdiocese due to pandemic

KYW 24 Hour News

00:59 sec | 5 months ago

Masses suspended in Philadelphia Archdiocese due to pandemic

"The Philadelphia archdiocese and Camden diocese have decided to suspend public masses for the faithful until further notice because of the corona virus outbreak is K. Y. W.'s mark Abrams Richard Nelson presses all weekday and Sunday masses will be closed to the public beginning at noon on Wednesday president decides he is not ordering the closing of churches he will allow funerals and baptisms in churches but urged the number of people attending be limited to a small group the archbishop says he'll continue celebrating the eleven AM Sunday mass in the cathedral and it will be live streamed at his Facebook page in his statement Camden bishop Dennis Sullivan cited governor Murphy's directive to limit public activities to try to stop the spread of the virus like Philadelphia's Sullivan will allow funeral to be held in churches but the gathering must be limited to no more than fifty people per Murphy's guidance same for baptisms and marriages for to leaders in Boston Chicago Detroit and Phoenix are among those announcing similar measures Marc Abrams KYW

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Philadelphia's SEPTA Regional Rail Cancels More Than A Dozen Morning Trains Due To Employee Call-Outs

KYW 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | 5 months ago

Philadelphia's SEPTA Regional Rail Cancels More Than A Dozen Morning Trains Due To Employee Call-Outs

"Now set to cancel a bunch of regional rail trains this morning because of call outs they say might be related to cover coronavirus worries cable W's mark Abrams has more on that more than half a dozen engineers who called out cost fourteen cancellations on six regional rail lines that impacted service on the manioc Norristown Lansdale Doylestown PA Oley Thorndale media Elwin Chestnut Hill east interest until west lines except as Andrew bush says employees are facing the same issues as their friends and neighbors coping with coronavirus restrictions challenges with finding childcare students to school closures and other related issues so you know we're feeling that impact with our work force just like other businesses or who says ridership was down significant Lee for Monday when compared to a typical Monday he says the surgeons on service going forward for Tuesday and the rest of the week still have

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New archbishop installed as head of Philadelphia archdiocese

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01:09 min | 6 months ago

New archbishop installed as head of Philadelphia archdiocese

"Philadelphia's new archbishop Nelson brands has been on the job for less than a week and just settling into his new duties as shepherd of the regions more than one million Roman Catholics K. Y. W. as mark Abrams met with the first Hispanic leader of the Philadelphia archdiocese for a one on one interview he is warm friendly and has an infectious laugh he clearly loves to be among all kinds of people he is kind of plain spoken and even willing to pose for self fees in church caress is clearly a believer in pope Francis directed to the clergy to be among and close to their people press as he knows the pain they have experienced as a result of the clerical sex abuse scandal he is read the two Philadelphia grand jury reports describing the abuse and cover up berry painful read you know very painful to read and at the end you know the the church of Philadelphia has done a great job in dealing with all this stuff and sad sad sad sad situation but through all the trials including financial troubles parish and school closings and fewer people now in the pews Perez says he brings a message of hope hope is not about us it's about the lord that walks with us and sees us through and that's really at the end the message and I'm calling people come back home to the church you

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Meet Philadelphia's new archbishop

KYW 24 Hour News

01:13 min | 6 months ago

Meet Philadelphia's new archbishop

"The new Shepard of Philadelphia's more than one million Roman Catholics is on the job less than a week and still settling into his new role K. what abuse mark Abrams met with the archbishop Wilson press was first one on one interview as leader of the Philadelphia archdiocese the new archbishop insists he has no firm plans for the future of the archdiocese but wants to do a lot of listening to his staff is priests and the faithful as bishop of Cleveland he was in Rome for meetings with pope Francis just this last December because getting some private moments with the pope after one of the meetings I was the last one to leave so I spent a little few minutes with him speaking spoken Spanish he asked about how I was doing it didn't tell me I was coming to Philadelphia you know he might not have had an idea who knows I don't know their timeline you know it's a that's above my pay grade you are deficient says the archdiocese is blessed with a good crop of seminarians studying at St Charles Borromeo seminary in would would even from our pain and from our difficulties men are feeling this incredible call to the priesthood I had dinner with all of them actually before I went back to Cleveland couple weeks ago and they were so joyful and stuff you can hear my complete interview with archbishop arrest by going to our website KYW newsradio dot com Marc Abrams

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Study proposes way to effectively clean litter

KYW 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 6 months ago

Study proposes way to effectively clean litter

"Road because Philadelphia millions of dollars each year to clean up and it's a problem it's getting worse your skateboard W's mark Abrams its litter everything from cigarette **** to plastic junk and a new study found the city is spending forty eight million dollars a year on clean up enforcement efforts in education Nick Esposito director of the city's zero waste and litter cabinet says a study of nine cities across the state suggest a new strategy education has a way of preventing the problem Esposito says it's something his group is working on especially when it comes to dumping it's disgraceful that people think that they can

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Study proposes way to effectively clean litter

KYW 24 Hour News

01:09 min | 6 months ago

Study proposes way to effectively clean litter

"Minutes good evening I'm Jay Scott Smith and Andrew Kramer is that the editor's desk on the Saturday evening and yes it does cost the city of Philadelphia millions of dollars a year the clean up trash from littering and it's a problem it's only getting worse your cable to use mark Abrams of more how the city is trying to pick up the pieces it's litter everything from cigarette **** to plastic junk and a new study found the city is spending forty eight million dollars a year on clean up enforcement efforts in education Nick Esposito director of the city's zero waste and litter cabinet says a study of nine cities across the state suggest a new strategy education has a way of preventing the problem Esposito says it's something his group is working on especially when it comes to dumping it's disgraceful that people think that they can dump a huge truck worth of material on to a vacant lot but not only you know should you dispose of it possibly the landfill you get the better way to do that is through recycling there's a lot of ways that you can recycle the material that comes off the job site S. zero says the city's trash crews work hard to do their part to keep the city clean but need the help of those who live in the neighborhoods as well as those who come to town to work to join the effort Marc Abrams KYW

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Study warns spotted lanternfly is costing Pennsylvania's economy millions of dollars, hundreds of jobs

KYW 24 Hour News

01:22 min | 7 months ago

Study warns spotted lanternfly is costing Pennsylvania's economy millions of dollars, hundreds of jobs

"A new study warning that Pennsylvania's economy is is taking taking a a hit hit all all be be because because of of the the spotted spotted lantern lantern flight flight they they might might abuse abuse mark mark Abrams Abrams pence pence a a professor professor of of agricultural agricultural economics economics Jason Jason Harper says the study his group prepared is the first to examine the economic impact of this by the later flight on agriculture and forestry Harper says the invasive past is because the state's economy some fifty million dollars annually and hundreds of lost jobs he says most of the damage has been caused in the fourteen county quarantine zone in the southeastern part of the state with the bugs have feasted on grapes and vineyards just about every state in the country has won groups now because it's seen as an agritourism draw and that's certainly what we sing with the grape industry in southeastern Pennsylvania is a very important part of our agritourism Harper says it's not just the grapes tree fruits and in particular maybe peaches could be affected Harper says the nursery industry also is suffering they've got a inspect all these plants they are losing market because you know other states don't want them to be a moving nursery stock purposes researchers are making progress in the fight against the bugs but his study warns if they spread statewide the impact could cost the economy hundreds of millions of dollars and thousands of jobs Marc Abrams KYW newsradio

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"mark abrams" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:55 min | 7 months ago

"mark abrams" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"He would use mark Abrams joining us live and still ahead of Philadelphia sports mascot is accused of assault a check of traffic and weather on the twos we start with the theories of things are jammed up on ninety five south bound Suzanne this is all because of an accident that is right before academy the delay starts back at what havens of your own when he's bound trying to ninety five south is he that delay on up ahead it's backing up on the ramp now the rest of ninety five not too bad the crew that we had that was your Bridge Street it's like they've moved on and it's only just a bit slow Hey you had for Allegheny the rest of ninety five in Philadelphia looks good if you're in Delaware ninety five north as you head toward two ninety five or thirteen or either way you're trying to go to the Delaware Memorial Bridge for ninety five north that's where you'll find construction on the blue route for seventy six not seen any problems or delays and even the Skakel expressway looks pretty good the Boulevard north you've got some slow traffic that start at the Schuylkill expressway and goes up to almost with a again if the right lane is blocked there's a work crew in that area too now on the east and west Pennsylvania Turnpike it's not too bad we are seeing once you're in New Jersey if you come across that connector bridge are in Florence township the construction there is definitely starting to set up a delay and then on seventy west bound traffic is a bit slow at right around two ninety five we're hearing that you can't use the ramp to go to two ninety five south from seventy west and then seventy west is a bit backed up anyway as you pass are you go past two ninety five things are looking pretty good on the other New Jersey roads it's good news on the white horse pike at Nicholson road late thirty all lanes of been re open from that earlier water main break westbound Commodore Barry you've got to slow traffic there too and that is all construction related and the northeast extension south but after Quakertown right lane blocked and there's a delay okay why W. twenty four hour traffic center and Stevie mild weather in store and let's get the latest in your eyewitness weather forecast with CBS three meteorologist Matt Petersen for our Thursday afternoon we should have a.

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Nelson Perez Named 10th Archbishop Of Philadelphia

KYW 24 Hour News

01:08 min | 7 months ago

Nelson Perez Named 10th Archbishop Of Philadelphia

"OO one bishop Nelson Perez the current leader of the Catholic diocese of Cleveland Ohio has been named by pope Francis as the new archbishop of Philadelphia announcement was made about two hours ago at the Vatican okay why W's mark Abrams has the story bishop karez who Sir for some twenty three years at several parishes in the Philadelphia archdiocese between nineteen eighty nine and twenty twelve will succeed archbishop Charles shop you the fifty eight yo Perez who will become the tenth archbishop of Philadelphia was are dated nineteen eighty nine by cardinal Anthony Bevilacqua veteran Catholic journalists Rakel palm who covers the Vatican says progress is certainly no stranger to Philadelphia he's one of us he knows this place he's not going need a GPS or anything to help you get around his last assignment here before becoming a bishop on Long Island twenty twelve was actually is pastor said that some Westchester before being named the bishop of Cleveland in September of twenty seventeen presser for five years as an auxiliary bishop in the diocese of Rockville center the archdiocese will introduce the arch bishop elect entities conference today Jack you has been the head of the archdiocese for eight years and submitted his resignation to the pope when he turned seventy five last September as required by

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New bishop appointed to lead Philadelphia Archdiocese

KYW 24 Hour News

01:06 min | 7 months ago

New bishop appointed to lead Philadelphia Archdiocese

"Pope Francis has named the new archbishop of Philadelphia he's the current leader of the Catholic diocese in Cleveland Ohio bishop Nelson Perez years K. Y. W.'s mark Abrams seizure karez who Sir for some twenty three years at several parishes in the Philadelphia archdiocese between nineteen eighty nine and twenty twelve will succeed archbishop Charles chap you the fifty eight yo Perez who will become the tenth archbishop of Philadelphia was are dated nineteen eighty nine by cardinal Anthony Bevilacqua veteran Catholic journalists Rakel pommel who covers the Vatican says progress is certainly no stranger to Philadelphia he's one of us he knows this place he's not going need a GPS or anything to help you get around his last assignment here before becoming a bishop on Long Island twenty twelve was actually is pastor said that some Westchester before being named the bishop of Cleveland in September of twenty seventeen presser for five years as an auxiliary bishop in the diocese of Rockville center the archdiocese will introduce the arch bishop elect at a news conference today Jack you has been the head of the archdiocese for eight years and submitted his resignation to the pope when you turn seventy five last September as required by

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"mark abrams" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:55 min | 8 months ago

"mark abrams" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"International mark Abrams KYW newsradio so the common email further fuels the impeachment battle eleven it's time for a check of traffic and weather on the two things are pretty backed up right now on we have better news for everybody on ninety five south bound if you're heading over the Girard point bridge that crew is gone there's a little bit slow sap trap slow traffic southbound from the Betsy down to pass Allegheny Google expressway west traffic is heavy from university in approaching university into South Street there had been an accident there they got out of the way pretty quickly and it also west you've got dog was left over from a work crew near Girard things have cleared out pretty well slow again right around city Avenue not seeing any problems on the eastbound side is your normal delay Montgomery to Gerard Vine Street expressway west parkway to the Schuylkill expressway little bit of a delay their Boulevard southbound this was near at nine in the outer drive we had earlier crosses that they've got that off to the side to you blue route for seventy six north bound in heavy traffic as you approach Baltimore pike you've also got to jam traffic on route one both ways just south of four fifty two that's ongoing construction is also looks like a crash on Baltimore pike you're Chadds Ford winery so be aware of that delay has been injured bike northeast extension north battle for this one got a lot worse we're looking at a couple of miles of jammed up traffic here this is between Lansdale and Quakertown there's a crash that in the left lane and then in New Jersey on the major roads forty to fifty five to ninety five really not seeing any serious problems at all gonna go to couples of Bourbon accidents we've got one at that cell Pennsbury way a Baltimore pike to use that than Pennsbury township watch out for that and also the disabled vehicle Westchester pike and dell Chester road will astound township mass transit we're really not seeing any problems unix update unless in ten minutes and a wide W. twenty four hour traffic center I'm Stevie ray eyewitness weather five day now at CVS three meteorologist Matt Petersen really nice conditions for this a shorter work week for a lot of folks will.

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"mark abrams" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:57 min | 8 months ago

"mark abrams" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Good morning I'm mark Abrams our top story they don't want a second body now recovered following Thursday's row home explosion and fire in South Philadelphia the first victims body was located Friday night in the rubble it's not known at this time if there are any other victims officials say three homes were destroyed the weather's badly damaged in the blast and they did read streets of all state local officials are trying to figure out just exactly what caused that explosion five dozen people still out of their homes well if you're planning a road trip to the holidays expect a crowd that's just ahead traffic and weather on the two this is checking with Malcolm things started to happen here and there we have in the Frankford section a disabled vehicle one the Roosevelt Boulevard south now right near Penn Grove that's route thirteen that's in the right lane there but it was a bit of a delay actually because of buying started pick up now now that we're at just after sunrise is looking pretty nice that they're in the jam cams things also picking up right around Philadelphia International Airport if you're taking to ninety one or ninety five you gonna system stop and go traffic basically from three twenty two all the way to the airport so I would definitely add on a few minutes up maybe up to twenty minutes a two year community dropping anybody offer picking a buddy up from the airport this morning looking good in south Philly seventy six in ninety five but with in the stadium area seeing some delays broad and Pattison as usual for big eagles game then over in Jersey delays on thirty eight east bound in cherry hill we have an accident investigation going on there so this this plan accordingly for this because it could be out there for a while for the foreseeable future and also the westbound side of thirty in that same area we have construction right there Cuthbert Boulevard so I'll watch out there no problems of forty two or fifty five and construction on two ninety five in the K. by the B. twenty four hour traffic center I'm a complete after the third okay what is with the five day forecast here's CBS three mineralogist Tiffany Savonia a cold and frosty start this Sunday morning with temperatures.

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Democratic Candidates Woo Union Members at Philly Forum

KYW 24 Hour News

00:58 sec | 11 months ago

Democratic Candidates Woo Union Members at Philly Forum

"Thing seven democratic presidential candidates plan to take the stage at the Pennsylvania convention center today for a labor forum they would abuse mark Abrams has more this event is billed as the workers presidential summit and it's been organized by the leadership of Philadelphia's AFL CIO union officials say among those who have committed to attend our front runner former vice president Joe Biden senators Bernie Sanders and Amy clover chart also Ohio congressman Tim Ryan New York City mayor bill de Blasio businessman Andrew Yang and political activist Tom Stiers union members from throughout Philadelphia and the suburban counties as well as South Jersey have been invited to attend the three PM event questions solicited in advance by way of social media and a special web site set up for the event will be asked of the candidates by a moderator Pat ID president of the Philadelphia AFL CIO said there's an open invitation to the remaining candidates who didn't commit to show up for this afternoon's forum outside the convention center mark Abrams KYW

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OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma files for bankruptcy protection

KYW 24 Hour News

00:51 sec | 11 months ago

OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma files for bankruptcy protection

"And the maker of oxycontin is filing for bankruptcy protection but Pennsylvania's Attorney General Josh appear saying not so fast is he one of these mark Abrams to explain is among twenty state attorneys general who plan to object to the bankruptcy filing by Purdue pharma and pursue lawsuits. in state courts last week the company of its owners proposed a twelve billion dollars settlement of legal claims of the toll the opioid epidemic has taken on communities nationwide but Shapiro told MSNBC over the weekend the proposed settlement fall short this is really a story about a bunch of greedy billionaires and that is the Sackler family the people that own Purdue being unwilling to reach into their personal fortunes and pay for the damage that they've created here in Pennsylvania and across the country if yours is the bankruptcy filing won't interfere with the lawsuits he and other colleagues in New York and other states are pursuing against the settlers and

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Paying PA Turnpike tolls? There will be an app for that soon

KYW 24 Hour News

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Paying PA Turnpike tolls? There will be an app for that soon

"What's easier that easy path well the PA turnpike is testing out his new app he with his mark Abrams explains first there was easy pass them the option to pay its certain toll plazas with the credit card PA turnpike spokesman Carl defect says it made sense to go to the next level today the turnpike sees about eighty five percent of our customers pay electronically so to us that's a majority of our customers who do prefer electronic payment options and we like these electronic payment options because they're safer and more convenient and process more traffic this is the mobile payment after the first of its kind to be used on a turnpike uses GPS technology to track the driver's route and calculates what the driver owes when they pull up to the toll booth devemos says turnpike commission employees and administrators are testing the app now and the plan is

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 'It's likely someone knew the shooters in El Paso and Dayton were about to do something but ignored the warning signs' says ex FBI domestic terrorism expert

KYW 24 Hour News

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

'It's likely someone knew the shooters in El Paso and Dayton were about to do something but ignored the warning signs' says ex FBI domestic terrorism expert

"Is K. Y. W.'s mark Abrams DG cleaver work for the FBI for more than twenty five years and has experience in domestic terrorism cases he says it's likely someone new the shooters in el Paso and date and we're about to do something but ignored the warning signs flavor says it's very rare for someone plotting such events to make their plans in a vacuum they're almost always somebody or some people who are aware of plans as they develop opinions and attitudes that people might be espousing that can certainly raise a red flag for a potential propensity for committing acts of violence this is in the thirties are chipped off there is time to intervene authorities become aware of potential plans being made and through under cover operations and the uses of cooperating sources of undercover agents can assert themselves in these plans a program and that happens all the marquee rooms K. Y. W. news

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"mark abrams" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"mark abrams" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Low and get after dinner, buddy. I'm David math. Our top story to thirty one jersey rideshare companies could soon face throng regulations. If governor Phil Murphy, approves a measure now on his desk. The story from KYW's Mark, April semi's voi- merged shortly after the abduction and murder of ravensdale, New Jersey native Samantha Josephson last March university of South Carolina student had summited Uber and unwittingly got into a car that's slowed down thinking it was her ride to measure requires rideshare drivers to have lighted inefficacious and other markings on their vehicles. It also requires barcodes, which can be read by smartphones. On the passenger entry point containing information about the driver and enabling the rider to confirm the car van or SUV is for them. Democratic assemblyman Daniel Benson. The prime sponsor says the Bill also contains protection for drivers many drivers. Stories of folks feeling other people's rideshare drive, or worse, thinking that they may have the money on them and getting into their vehicle and letting them drive off before they realized that not intended passenger, Mark Abrams. KYW newsradio. Two thirty. Sponsored by window nation. One window getting on for you. Win donation dot com. Removes is we're looking out there a much better. If you're on ninety five that earlier accident around Allegheny has cleared and our delays are much better. So you're pretty good to go there for the most part. Now farther north, you do have delays from common avenue up to academy road. Southbound ninety five you'll slow a bit from the Betsy Ross bridge down to Gerard avenue, then, again when she gets towards the blue route in Delaware County, four seventy six southbound around blue broom all that remains slow and then again on the ramp to ninety five south again, that's all four seventy six southbound Schuylkill expressway westbound jammed from approaching university up to the vine, then you're jammed solid at city avenue. Eastbound seventy six you're heavy as you're coming off of two zero two. You'll tap the breaks again before you get to the contract curve, and then farther east, you're jammed from the boulevard all the way down to Gerard avenue. We've got Kelly drive still closed hopefully for not much longer between the strawberry mansion bridge. And found green due to the Schuylkill navy were gotta MLK drive close for recreational use PA turnpike and the northeast extension. Look pretty good now in New Jersey, forty two southbound you're still heavy approaching two ninety five and then, again right around the fifty five merge, AC expressway not that bad anyone heading to the shore for the second half of the afternoon, three forty-seven still jammed Ed Elsie drive now in Burlington county. We cleared an accident to ninety five northbound after mount Holly road. The delays have also cleared out, so good news there. Mass transit, no major problems. Next update in less than ten minutes. I'm kyri Moses and the KYW twenty four hour traffic center. I wish joining those drivers hidden Dallas, the sector CBS three meteorologist, Chelsea Ingram has a look at the weekend, weather increasing clouds tonight, a shower possible. Specially for areas to the north.

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"mark abrams" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"mark abrams" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Street. Mark Abrams, KYW NewsRadio the animal, caring control team of Philadelphia has temporarily suspended deductions and most intakes while investigating pose a deadly upper respiratory infection sweeping through their Ken. Hills officials at the Pennsylvania SPCA or rolling up their sleeves. The help KYW's Sarah day Howard reports it really just a matter of time before there was a challenge. Nicole Wilson with a PS PCA is heading the effort to redirect surrender dogs in strays from ACT to PS PCA, what we're trying to do is we're trying to divert, a number of stray dogs and owner, surrender dogs, that would otherwise end up at the city shelter to the Pennsylvania SPCA in an effort to reduce the burden on the city shelter while they get past the towns of dealing with this, upper respiratory infection. Wilson says the biggest challenge for the city shelter is not just about resources but it's also about basic housing. They really don't have the facilities to properly segregate animals that are corn teams that, that need to be quarantined. In other words, if you look at their shelter, it's basically one big warehouse. So Wilson says, if you found the friendly and healthy stray contact the PS PCA, but if you're surrendering your own dog. She asked that you hold off for two weeks and give the city shelter a chance to catch up charity, Howard, KYW, NewsRadio. A man is dead after barrage of bullets was fired Sunday afternoon in a residential neighborhood in Delaware County. Now police are looking for the gunman CBS threes, Matt Patricia show has more of crime scene. Tape still hang authorities say a thirty three year old man was shot and killed around two o'clock Sunday afternoon here in Darby township Delaware County. Crackers. Neighbors heard more than a dozen gunshots. Then soul a silver car speed away. Carseats screeching that was in. I don't have a description of a suspect, but neighbors like Rico home. It hope the gunman turns himself in which hunting unity in the community, not division, not violence. Meantime, detectives are still trying to figure out if the victim was the intended target and Darby township. I'm CBS three eyewitness news. Reporter map Trillo for KYW NewsRadio and now it's time for KYW's sports. Sponsored by septa up all night with twenty plus routes that run twenty four hours so is septa. Learn more.

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US, Russia and Mark Abrams discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

00:12 sec | 2 years ago

US, Russia and Mark Abrams discussed on 24 Hour News

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"mark abrams" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"mark abrams" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Of snow isn't going to deter them from this thorndale station mark abrams kyw newsradio kyw news time one twenty two time now for traffic and transit on the twos there are a lot of problems on the roads first off it's the visibility that's the main problem you're not going to be able to see where you're going it doesn't matter if you've got 4wheel drive if you can't see on the westbound schuylkill expressway we're seeing some unusually heavy traffic looks to be round the gladwin area and there are so many minor accidents it's really a hard even try to list them all but you got to know this coming out of west contra hawkin mats and ford road to try to get to the eastbound side of seventy six people are just scattered all over that inclined there because cars aren't up may aren't able to make it up the hill we've heard the same thing about street road in the area of old lincoln highway were also hearing this about papermill trying to head into chestnut hill joshua roads stettin we've got lots of reports of cars that just aren't able to get going in these snowcovered roads you gotta keep that in mind if you are planning on driving however you probably shouldn't be if you don't need to be out in new jersey on it to ninety five north and southbound of heavy traffic we actually just heard that northbound at slow from the black was by all the way up to seventy and there are lots of accidents scattered all up and down to ninety five a bridges twenty five miles per hour that's what you need to be in pa you've got to be on the roads forty five miles an hour or less route 1 southbound this is just south of two thirteen looks like a crash off to the right shoulder here and they're trying to get that out of their mass transit definitely check with him before you go there's lot love snow emergency schedules and modified schedules next update less than ten minutes from the trumark financial credit union 24 hour traffic center turn to trumark financial.

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"mark abrams" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"mark abrams" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"In just a moment we're gonna head out now live two hour kyw road peru's and some crews who are on foot taking a assessing the situation out there kyw pat loeb joining us from the win would station this morning packard morning we're gonna start here with mark abrams i guess mark good morning our low we are now seeing right here in thorndale in chester county seeing some heavy what flakes right now and decided also to see if there was any activity at the train station and sure enough there was a a family here who came up from new holland lancaster county which has puzzled me for all of like five seconds on i asked what they were doing they are going to the flower show i'm here from new hong extra county said not a big deal that they're used to snow and not a prominent on they're just looking forward to a big edgar time in getting on the train to go down to get out to the convention center an especially forward to seeing some of the orchids reporting live from thorndale mark abrams kyw newsradio the flower show we'll be open today no matter what might be he might have a a big time here with not a lot of company account of his pat loeb now joining us from win would station good morning pat good carry us have is doing much better uh so far in this storm running on or close to schedule it's operating on its severe weather schedule which is basically a saturday schedule about twothirds of regular service but it seems to be working train's coming and going on time or close to it i just ship though is very sparce handful of riders instead of the usual packed station here a jeff general manager jeff canoe paul told me one reason they limit service is to discourage rider so people don't get stuck if they have to suspend service later but so far are those forecast wins haven't materialized in though the snow is wet and heavy i saw no down trees on the stage would lower marion was hit very hard last weekend this weekend it's doing much better and the trains uh in a parallel fashion are doing better to live at win would station pat loeb kyw newsradio all right.

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"mark abrams" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"mark abrams" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Life events boy this freedom means learning new technology and living in a strange new world but on the outside lifers have come together holding onto each other day by day philadelphia is home to three hundred juvenile lifers cherri gregg kyw news radio as we continue to look back at major stories from 2017 novid nation said good barger wanted her biggest legendary coach bully mess amedo you're scared more wsb's mark some massacre should burial was celebrated in st thomas villanova church on the campus and it was packed with former players coaches family and friends of the late coach his son tom mass amino spoke for the family also agreed husband father grandfather friend and mentor which meant so much more to him and just being agree pass walker mass amino coach villanova to a championship in 1985 villanova's current basketball coach jay right who served as massive mieno's assistant from 1987 to 1992 and led the team to a 2016 championship spoke of his mentor and friend every one of us who blessed to be a part of its spearman feel a hole in our so that can only be matched by the loss of the pair that's what he was always the mets or our gardeners mark abrams kyw newsradio the new year will bring some new laws when the new year arrives a number of new laws will go into effect the one that will probably impact the most people this the sweeping new federal tax bill but many individual cities and states will also have new laws in california recreational use of marijuana will now be legal in new york city pharmacies will no longer be allowed to sell cigarettes in illinois judges in divorce cases will now be allowed to award custody of family pets and in tennessee barber's in hairstylists will be allowed to make house calls steve futterman cbs news kyw news time is one twenty two it's time for traffic and transit on the twos looking good on her majors right now schuylkill expressway vine street expressway new overnight construction so running it good speeds in both directions ninety five is clear from the delaware state line all the way into bucks county now stay to the kyw newsradio for some more snow information as the morning progresses now we're expecting an inch maybe two as we'll keep you posted on that now in new jersey were running it good speed mass transit no reported delays from the trumark financial credit union 24 hour traffic.

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"mark abrams" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"mark abrams" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Kyw news time twelve fifty at broadcast center 23 degrees mostly sunny now we're heading up twenty seven from the kyw 24hour traffic center the flat bridges closed in both directions because of an accident we will have traffic and transit on the twos damning hours we'll the planned closing and sale of events salem convent which started about one hundred twenty five years ago by philadelphia saint catharine drexel is coming to a close kyw is mark abrams reports this saturday the saint drexel shrine on the grounds of the 44 acre mother house property off interstate ninety five at route 13 owned by the sisters of the bus a sacrament will be closed to the public can gavin his spokesman for the philadelphia archdiocese says sometime next year the saint's remains entombed it a crypt at the convent chapa will be moved to the cathedral basilica of saint peter and paul and the head of the order acknowledges several elderly sisters in her seventies who were living at the bensalem site and other mission sites have taken up residence at paul's run retirement community in northeast philadelphia real estate adviser has been vetting potential buyers for the bensalem property but the sisters won't disclose how closely are to a deal for how soon they expect the mother house to close mark abrams kyw newsradio attorneys for a republican virginia lawmaker are urging election officials finally make a decision attorneys for delegate david dnc won a random drawing of the winner's name no later than january ninth that's the day before the state legislature reconvenes jens he's democratic opponents shelly simmons one or recount by a single vote but a day later a court declared a thai based on a disputed ballot the drawing could determine whether republicans remain in control of virginia is house of delegates or whether a.

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"mark abrams" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"mark abrams" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"With a high of fifty four degrees saturday mostly sunny and seasonable high fifty two thursday's four point one magnitude quake shook up parts of the delaware valley but the last time the philadelphia region experienced the widespread effects of a quake was more than six years ago kyw mark abrams reports scientists say that five point nine magnitude quake struck northwestern richmond virginia on august 23rd 2011 and shook a wide section of the east coast including philadelphia and new york several buildings and center city including philadelphia city hall where evacuated as a precaution many people around the delaware valley also reported feeling structures randall and shake at that time mayor michael nutter said there were no reports of injuries or major damage in philadelphia however there was one casualty the stone statue of the blessed mother top our lady of lourdes medical center in camden was cracked during the earthquake the iconic landmark was taken down repaired and returned to its position atop the hospital in april 2012 mark abrams kyw newsradio the white house is reportedly working on a succession plan at the state department friendly led by secretary of state rex tillerson numerous have been flying around for months that if the secretary of state should resign or be fired the president would tap cia director mike pompeyo to take rex tillerson's place cbs news confirms white house aides have been working on that plan and while it's not yet been presented to the president the hope among those pushing it is that it would be executed by the end of january at the moment there's no vacancy to fill rex tillerson heads to europe next week for talks with us allies steven portnoy cbs news the white house at the broadcast center in spring garden we have cloudy skies going to forty three overnight friday clouds breaking for sunshine with a high of fifty four degrees saturday mostly sunny and seasonable with a high of fifty two degrees the macy's that stage and did you hear about the new backstage.

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"mark abrams" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"mark abrams" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"At fifteen in 45 leon sports anchor and reporter looking for the unusual stories that are often overlooked on phillies busy sports seen the few oneself in gives you the flavor of philadelphia that he painted anywhere else i kinda take pride of that you've been listening kyw and here that all board winning sports that takes you behind the scores kyw newsradio friday will be clouds breaking for sunshine with a high of fifty four degrees saturday mostly sunny and seasonable high fifty two thursday's four point one magnitude quake shook up parts of the delaware valley but the last time the philadelphia region experienced the widespread effects of a quake was more than six years ago kyw news mark abrams reports scientists say that five point nine magnitude quake struck northwest of richmond virginia on august 23rd 2011 and shook a wide section of the east coast including philadelphia and new york several buildings in center city including philadelphia city hall were evacuated as a precaution many people around the delaware valley also reported feeling structures randle and shake at that time mayor michael nutter said there were no reports of injuries or major damage in philadelphia however there was one casualty the stone statue of the blessed mother top our lady of lourdes medical center in camden was cracked during the earthquake the iconic landmark was taken down repaired and returned to its position atop the hospital in april twenty mark abrams kyw newsradio the white house is reportedly working on a succession plan at the state department currently led by secretary of state rex tillerson numerous have been flying around for months that if the secretary of state should resign or be fired the president would tap cia director mike pompeyo to take rex tillerson's place cbs news confirms white house aides have been working on that plan and while it's not yet been presented to the president the hope among those pushing it is that it would be executed by the end of january at the moment there is no vacancy to fill rex tillerson heads to europe next week for talks with us allies steven portnoy cbs news the white house at the broadcast center in spring garden we have cloudy skies going to forty three overnight on friday clouds breaking for sunshine with a high of fifty four degrees saturday mostly sunny and seasonable with a high of fifty two degrees imagine you information has to be accurate it has to.

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"mark abrams" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"mark abrams" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The archdiocese wants to develop bennell shaped area that fronts 18th street vine street 17 street and ray street he says the archdiocese will retain ownership of the property for a defined period of years and the developer would size up the parcel for buildings that gene how and office space as well as retail open areas mark abrams kyw newsradio kyw news time five o four the white house says president trump discussed human rights with philippine president rodrigue oh the territory during a meeting in manila he's there attending the association for southeast asia nations conference a filipino hit man armed with a pistol he labels the enforcer tell cbs's qaeda's he's paid four hundred dollars for every assassination sell than government pangyou this man president rodrico do territory officially denies he's behind the killings of dealers and drug users here but he says president trump has praised him for his handling of the filipino drug problem mr trump says he into territory have a great relationship steven portnoy cbs news with the president in manila although present making major news on their trade front during his nearly twoweek trip to asia he said he would have an announcement in a white house statement scheduled for wednesday kyw news time 505 the south texas church congregation that lost twenty six of its members last week following alone gunmen's decision to shoot up the church held its first service yesterday and it was standing room only more than five hundred people were at the service held under a tent on the town's baseball field senator john cornyn was that the service at addressed the strength of the church's pastor frank pomeroy i saw him standing there at the front of the church comforting others and he lost his 14yearold daughter remarkable but a testament to their faith and and they're compassion for others during this very difficult time church leaders say they plan to hold next week service at the church site i'm clayton kyw news time 506 kyw newsradio the delaware valley so vague d coverage sponsored by horizon services cbs three meteorologist katie fehlinger joining us.

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"mark abrams" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"mark abrams" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The shore v hooked up enderle easy passes of over the next few march david madden has a particular urged guskey cape may county help million dollars with the system in place will be phased in starting with the ocean city long port bridge next month north wildwood mayor patrick rosenello chairs the cape may county bridge mission is this a lack of ez pass was the biggest complaint from drivers the garden state parkway in the atlantic expressway a usage for ez pass on those road poaching eighty percent so we anticipate that at least eighty percent of our bridge customers are gone to already have passed all by bridges will have it by next spring my you the system was supposed to be in place last spring but bridge repair work put the electronic tolls on hold those dollar fifty one way tolls will remain short term although necessary upgrades onto older bridge he's might change that plan b madden kyw radio the markets fiftieth anniversary of the association of church musicians of philadelphia's of barking out a special toll grenage next august head of his mark abrams has that story they god live you up junior ministry for many years to come thank you holy father philadelphia archbishop josh app you doing pope francis is closing mass of the ben franklin parkway to the world meeting of families g madness director music at saint francis could church in fails hills she's organizing a pilgrimage to the next world meeting of families conference in dublin ireland in august 2018 leading several members of the 2015 philadelphia papal choir who the avenel tea party aiding in the world meaning family in dublin and where the holy father will celebrate for me go for forget war doubling our website kyw news radio dot com mark abrams kyw newsradio the.

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"mark abrams" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"mark abrams" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Zero percent interest judy hingis covers the firstever at via personalized cell therapy for cancer this is kyw news radio 1060 the use of the already in philadelphia good afternoon i'm mark abrams we have scattered clouds 75 degrees here at the cbs broadcast center in spring garden 72 in collegeville we're heading down to sixty tonight in the news at this hour of philadelphia police officer fired after a fatal shooting dead is not a shot that should be take protesters want him charged with murder reworked just as a national we may be in bush hurricane or a bearing down on the turks and caicos in the bahamas in the caribbean and expected to make it the florida by the weekend florida's governors warning residents on both coasts to get out of south florida two cousins charged with the murders of four bucks county man face their first court appearance on paul kurds dorrell's town with the outcome of those preliminary hearings alexa get me a new corporate headquarters in amazing opportunity for us and i think we have a lot of things gone forest philadelphia plans to be in the running for amazon each q two i'm pat loeb in sports phillies opening up a series where the nationals in washington tonight business mixed day on wall street the dow was down 2003 nasdaq was up however four and a half and the sp 500 was down fractionally this is cbs three meteorologist kate bilo mainly clear in seasonable tonight with the low around 60 tomorrow mostly sunny high seventy four a stray shower possible in the afternoon it's going to us here in even more folic weather for the weekend i'll tell you all about it when we check eyewitness weather on kyw newsradio sunshine some clouds here at the cbs broadcast center in spring garden 75 degrees it's 72 in seattle city we're heading down to sixty tonight kyw news time four thirty two time to check traffic and transit on.

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"mark abrams" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"mark abrams" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Nine overnight city councilman david always out of the hospital while philadelphia police combed through surveillance video to see if they can identify the man who stabbed him wednesday night outside his king sesing home to italy's mike denardo reports police lieutenant john walker says it was fortunate that councilman david ho fought off the man who stabbed him in the left side no major organs were head and after overnight surgery all was allowed to leave ten presbyterian hospital in the afternoon meanwhile detectives are reviewing surveillance video and walker says police also want to know more about a man in a doubleparked white car on thomas avenue seen videotaping the stabbing we're not quite sure visit coconspirator a person that was mm video for help ably so that persons out there and you did videotape diseases lives i asking raskin turn a video of police department walker says police still believed the attack was a random crime of opportunity and was not targeted because of politics mike denardo kyw newsradio and the attack on councilman oh has prompted a call for action from council president darryl clark kyw city hall bureau chief pat loeb reports clarke promises that city council will devise measures to address the city's violent crime problem council members were clearly rattled the attack but council president clark was looking for the silver lining hopefully there it will be our ability to move forward with a real agenda a comprehensive agenda an agenda that has the level of passion that we need to have all of us to deal with this issue clark says he doesn't have details yet but legislation could come as early as next thursday session councilman oh could be their staff members say he was a little surprised by all the attention and as anxious to get back to work spokesman matt percy says oh is in good spirits he's the i want to tell you we've always got more work to do he wants to be here work right now i now so we're just trying to carry carried on forum at city hall pat loeb kyw news radio state police are now conducting a criminal investigation at a chad's for delaware county parish where a package of suspect the eu legal drugs had been sent to the pastor there this week he weight of lease mark abrams reports.

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