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Biden administration won't cancel standardized testing

Night News

00:51 sec | 4 d ago

Biden administration won't cancel standardized testing

"Year have been loud and clear. Here's WCBS reporter Marla Diamond, with more on where things now stand with Biden administration, state education officials and the teachers union are on the same page and imposing standardized testing in this unprecedented school year. We said that it makes no sense. Jolene to Brando is the executive vice president of New York State United Teachers because in a year that has not had any kind of standardized instruction, nothing about the Construction has been standardized. The president's incoming education secretary has said standardized testing would inform schools of the effects covert 19 has had on learning and help identify what re sources are needed. In a statement, the New York State Education Department said it will work with the federal government to find a path forward that's best with health and safety of all New York's Children. Marla Diamond. WCBS news

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New York City to test no-police mental crisis response in Harlem

Lynda Lopez

01:05 min | 6 d ago

New York City to test no-police mental crisis response in Harlem

"After several incidents of mentally ill New Yorkers killed by police. The city Council is considering several bills that would reduce the NYPD is response to such calls, WCBS reporter Marla Diamond explains. While the NYPD is use of deadly force has declined the city Council's mental health Committee Chairwoman Farrell Lewis of Brooklyn. Says 16 Mentally ill. New Yorkers in crisis have been killed by police in the past five years. So how many one New York is that we need to die or experienced violence? What trauma at the hands of police before we say enough City Public advocate you money. Williams Bill would create a three digit number for mental health emergencies with public health professionals responding We have to Also remember there was something goes wrong. If something went wrong, everyone was saying, Well, where was the police? We have to change that dynamic because we know even one police. Are there things go wrong. The city will begin a pilot program this spring and three Harlem precinct's where city social workers and f d N y E M. T s will be the response to nonviolent mental health emergencies for the first time in New York City's

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New COVID-19 vaccine sites to open in New York City

Wayne Cabot

01:21 min | Last week

New COVID-19 vaccine sites to open in New York City

"Where they're gonna open up a brand new vaccination site. I hope they have enough vaccines to go around, Marla. Yeah, well, they probably won't not enough to meet demand, which is high in this so called forgotten borough of Staten Island. But people you know, aren't exactly lining up this morning for this city run vaccine hub at the ferry terminal. There are very few vaccines left, According to Mayor de Blasio, and more might not be coming until the weekend. The single most important thing remains wearing a face covering Consistently and properly, Okay, that is the city Health commissioner, Dr Dave charts. Toxie here is what the mayor had to say about the vaccine. You know, we are going to shift supply around on the shift out as we need to. But we again are hoping that by tomorrow our supply will be back to where it was. Normally that's still way less than we need. I want to emphasize normal is not enough status quo is not enough. The mayor says the winter weather across the country has slowed down deliveries. Meanwhile, the city Health Department is now asking New Yorkers to double up on masks, the city health commissioner. Recommends a disposable mask under a cloth mask that fits snugly on the face. And we're live on Staten Island. Marla Diamond, WCBS news radio 8 80 You hear about the delays and what they're planning

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Mount Sinai cancels all first-dose COVID vaccine appointments

Wayne Cabot

01:29 min | Last week

Mount Sinai cancels all first-dose COVID vaccine appointments

"Easier for so many of US case in point. Right now New York City Long Island, Westchester, people who had appointments in the Mount Sinai system are being told forget it for now. Let's go live on that story to WCBS reporter Marla Diamond, Marla. And a Wayne people who had appointment scheduled weeks in advance since the beginning of January with a Mount Sinai hospital system. We're told sorry vaccine shortages are forcing us to cancel all first dose appointments through February. 23rd. This is for people. In the one A and one B group's second dose appointments are being honored in a letter that was obtained by the Gothamist website. We also were sent the letter by one of the people who had their appointment canceled. Mount Sinai's chief medical officer, cited the rapid expansion of eligibility in New York to people with pre existing conditions. And a shift of vaccine to government run sites. Appointments were not rescheduled. Supplies have remained a challenge. They did rise in the last week of January, but dropped off slightly last week by about 3000 doses. A spokesman for the Cuomo administration tells the post. Mount Sinai must stop scheduling beyond its means. We just received a call from one person who had her appointment canceled. She had it scheduled Since January early January. She is in the one a group, a school teacher. She said that her March 3rd appointment has been canceled and not rescheduled. Wayne

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New York City Arenas, Stadiums Can Return Feb. 23, But Not Broadway

Steve Scott

01:26 min | 2 weeks ago

New York City Arenas, Stadiums Can Return Feb. 23, But Not Broadway

"Live in Stamford, Sean Adams, WCBS News radio 80, New York Arenas and stadiums will be allowed to welcome back fans in two weeks at 10% capacity. Among those venues. Madison Square Garden, WCBS reporter Marla Diamond. He is there live this morning, Marlin. And Steve. Both the Garden and the Barclays Center in Brooklyn have announced plans to reopen to fans on the 23rd allowing 10,000 fans. You can show proof of a negative Potvin PCR test within 72 hours of the event. Once inside face coverings have to be worn seating will be assigned with social distancing in mind, according to Governor Cuomo. This is a hits the balance of safe Re opening. Both arenas released statements that they do have the proper H back and ventilation systems, and they are ready to welcome fans on the vaccination front. The mayor is in talks with the CEO of the Barclay Center to open a mass vaccination site there by the end of the month. This should be a Brooklyn only sight. That should be a sight that really helps us reach deep into the creators of Brooklyn, including places where we're seeing a lot of vaccine hesitancy, and we need to do ah, lot better, and that's a lot of communities that are near the Barclays Center. And a mass vaccination site will be opening in Crown Heights at Medgar Evers College, also in Jamaica, Queens at York College. These will open for 3000

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Citi Field Opening As COVID-19 Vaccine Hub Wednesday, New York

Steve Scott

01:13 min | 2 weeks ago

Citi Field Opening As COVID-19 Vaccine Hub Wednesday, New York

"Better late than never the covert vaccination habits Citi Field will open tomorrow. WCBS reporter Marla Diamond joins us live from Queens with more on that, Marla. And Steve, A large tent lit with floodlights has been set up in the snowy parking lot. The Citi field site was to open last month but was delayed by a nationwide vaccine supply shortage. Starting tomorrow. The site will be open 24 7 Wednesday through Saturday for Queens residents, food service workers and TLC drivers. Proof of employment. Or dress will be required and help is on the way for families struggling to pay funeral expenses under a federal program announced yesterday by Senator Chuck Schumer and Congresswoman Alexandria a Casio Cortez. Well, this pandemic was hitting all of us. On dwell. We were all in the same storm. We weren't on the same boat and some of us were writing very choppy waters and what that means was that communities that were being hardest hit were having higher levels of mortality and with money from a $2 billion pot of disaster relief funds, FEMA will reimburse families up to $7000 for funeral expenses. Dating back to March of 2020

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A few thousand Queens voters will decide New York City's first test of ranked-choice voting

Michael Wallace

01:01 min | 3 weeks ago

A few thousand Queens voters will decide New York City's first test of ranked-choice voting

"As New York City cleans up from the storm people in Queens there sloshing through the slush to get to the polls to special election today to fill an empty city Council seat. WCBS is Marla Diamond says It's the first test of the city's new ranked choice. Voting. Anecdotal reports on this new way of casting a ballot in the city have been good, says Susan Lerner, executive director of the voting rights group Common Cause. New York voters are finding it. Perfectly understandable and using ranked choice voting, which gives them the option to rank up to five of their preferred candidates. If one of the eight candidates receives over 50% of first choice votes, they win, but the outcome will not be known, says Lerner until absentee and military votes are counted. But that point no candidate has over. 50% off the first choice choice votes than the round by round counting will begin. The mayor and city Board of Elections rejected the candidates calls to postpone the vote due to the snow

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Johnson and Johnson says single-shot COVID-19 vaccine 85 percent effective

Night News

02:04 min | Last month

Johnson and Johnson says single-shot COVID-19 vaccine 85 percent effective

"And Johnson says it's one shot covered. 19 vaccine is 85% effective against severe symptoms. They could be approved for emergency use. As soon as next week. Our Marla Diamond spoke with CBS News Medical contributor Dr David Vegas about the announcement. Is there a big difference between the effectiveness of the Fizer and Madonna vaccines at 95%? And this one at 85%. Why this one? If you look at the same numbers, it's about 72% just to block all symptoms. That's 85% in terms of blocking severe symptoms. This one, though, shows activity in the South African variant of the virus. Because this trial was done in South Africa recently, when that vary it was damaged. That's a very positive biting. Should somebody make a difference? Well, this is 10% better or 15%. Better 20% better. I don't think so. All of the vaccines prevent serious illness. They prevent hospitalization, and they prevent death, hospitalization and death, preventing 100%. J and J. For AstraZeneca for Madonna and for Fizer. So those air pretty impressive. Obviously, you know you want to be protected as much as possible. The ornate vaccines have shown that with tremendous efficacy in the mid nineties, but certainly this vaccine is a contender with one shot, and it's so easy to administer. It's gonna be rolling out parts of the country that we can administer RNA vaccines. You mentioned that the vaccine Was tested in South Africa and was effective against that strain. I'm wondering if this vaccine shows That it will be effective against these more contagious strains of the Corona virus. Today, we had laboratory data showing that the antibodies while they did buy into the South African variant and the U. K. Avery, they were less potent, especially to the South African various. And so what we worried about his Werther, enough of them to prevent hospitalization and death. And this is the first definitive study to show that the answer is yes.

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Crews Work To Repair Water Main Break In Long Island City, New York

Steve Scott

01:29 min | Last month

Crews Work To Repair Water Main Break In Long Island City, New York

"City. WCBS reporter Marla Diamond is live on the scene this morning, Marlon And Steve. This mass of water Main break occurred around 2 30 this morning Here it Vernon Boulevard and 31st Avenue. Just under the Queensboro Bridge. Cars were submerged in 3. Ft. Of water. That trunk of Kenneth, please. Cadillac SUV opened up when the electrical system got flooded city pay for that. If you're not happy this morning. Oh, absolutely not. We're look what a break. It's more. Yeah, it's not a good morning for residents here in the Queen's Queensbridge south houses. Their water had to be turned off to stop the water from gushing. One man said that it was so powerful the water was actually gushing up Hill. S o. You know, it was a large water main break con ed crews and environmental protection crews. Also, the city's office of Emergency Management is here this morning, trying Tohno. Get that water back into the catch basins and the sewers to get that going down, and it does seem successful. At this point, the water has receded enough. That people are able to walk out to their cars and see if they will start up this morning. It's just left money mess here on about three blocks Stretch and you know the Queensbridge South houses and we're live in Long Island City. Marla Diamond. WCBS news radio 8

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De Blasio backs Cuomo's refusal to open indoor dining at 25% capacity in New York City

Night News

00:55 sec | Last month

De Blasio backs Cuomo's refusal to open indoor dining at 25% capacity in New York City

"Are we any closer to the return of indoor dining? In New York City. Here's WCBS reporter Marla Diamond. It's insanity at this point, says Lisa Fernandez, owner of Sweet Chilies in Bushwick, who was hoping restaurant week boosts take out sales mean when we went from 50 to see restaurant to an 8 ft restaurant, So it's it's been a very up and down. We really want indoor but dining back, which obviously every restaurant does in New York. Several lawsuits filed against the state by struggling city restaurant owners point out there's no scientific evidence that restaurants can trip To the spread of Corona virus. But today, Mayor de Blasio backed Governor Cuomo's refusal to open indoor dining and city restaurants a 25%. We always still have way too many cases in the city. We have these new variants that we're watching really carefully. We're going to be governed by the data and the science right now. The date in the science tells us Be careful.

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New York City's COVID vaccine shortages lead to 23K canceled appointments

Steve Scott

01:09 min | Last month

New York City's COVID vaccine shortages lead to 23K canceled appointments

"The vaccine rollout is certainly frustrating. Many in New York Many can't get an appointment, and some who did just had their appointments canceled because the shots will run out tomorrow in the city. WCBS reporter Marla Diamond Live this morning on the Upper West Side with more Marla. And the mayor is expressing his frustration about this, Steve, he doesn't want to keep canceling vaccine appointments. Well, doses are sitting in refrigerators this week. We had that help 23,000 New Yorkers. Had appointed this week that they will not be able to get that appointment for lack of supply appointments were canceled. Yesterday is the city shut down 15 vaccine hubs for the next two days because of a delay in the shipment of the modern, a vaccine. Those second doses Keep the appointments going that whole ready to make. Help people get that first Ghost and then backfilled with more supply in the coming days. The modern a shipment was to arrive yesterday it could possibly arrive later. Today. State sites remain open. New York's lieutenant governor is scheduled to visit sites later this morning at a quid a racetrack and Jones

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Chaos in New York over rumor that vaccine available

Wayne Cabot

01:11 min | Last month

Chaos in New York over rumor that vaccine available

"Let's hear about the vaccine rollout, which seems to be getting worse. Not better. Sorry to say Marla Diamond is live on that Marla tell us about the latest confusion when people try to get their shots. Uh, well, wait. It was here at the Brooklyn Army Terminal, one of the city's 24 7 vaccination sites. It's quiet this morning, but there was not the case last night when people flocked here, Dude was social media hopes. Saying that they were handing out vaccine indiscriminately to anyone who showed up. They had extra vaccine on hand just wasn't true. That brought out at Kelly from Sunset Park. He tells CBS too. He could not make a reservation online. I've been checking to try to get in this site for a couple of days, and I never even see this site. I know what exists. I clicked on it, and then There's never appointment. And some who showed up had pre existing conditions. They are eligible for the vaccine. Some were wheeled here in wheelchairs by relatives. They were turned away. This man who is on oxygen showed up to Manhattan's pop up site. It was also turned away. People will die because of this center.

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Andrew Yang announces run for New York City mayor

Steve Scott

01:24 min | Last month

Andrew Yang announces run for New York City mayor

"York City this morning. WCBS reporter Marla Diamond joins us live from Morningside Heights. Martin. What do we know about Andrew Yang's plan to fix the city's economic crisis? Well, the Democratic presidential candidate that pushed a universal basic income for all Americans is promising the same thing here cash payments of up to $5000 a year. You need to realize Martin Luther King Jr his dream of a guaranteed minimum income and get cash into the hands of people who need it most and their help on the way Yang releasing his campaign kickoff video after flirting with the possible campaign for months, you need to relax. And here is more of what he had to say. We end poverty has to put money people talking. Isn't that simple? Well, real been intelligently to revive our incredible culture. Maybe we can even save the Knicks. As you mentioned, Yang will kick off his campaign at 10 o'clock in Morningside Heights. This is the neighborhood he settled in. After moving to New York 25 years ago. For a time during the pandemic, Yang moved his family out of the city to their second home in New Paltz. He drew criticism earlier this week when he defended himself to the New York Times pondering how he could possibly have two kids on virtual school in a two bedroom apartment. While trying to do work himself. And we're live in Morningside Heights. Marla Diamond WCBS news radio 8 80, Marla. Thank you. It is 7 36 of WCBS and coming

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More New Yorkers start receiving the Covid-19 vaccine

Night News

01:04 min | Last month

More New Yorkers start receiving the Covid-19 vaccine

"New York City Council learned more today about a plan to ramp up the city's vaccination program. We get details from WCBS is Marla Diamond. Two million New Yorkers are now eligible for the vaccine, according to City Health Commissioner Dr Dave Choksi, leading city Councilwoman Carlina Rivera to ask how many doses are we getting from the federal government each week? Currently, um well, I would start by saying that the amount changes week to week and often were not made aware of that allotment until a few days prior to receiving the doses for the week. In some weeks. We've received upwards of 200,000 doses in other weeks, including this one we've received about 100,000 doses, Doctor, Choksi says. The uncertainty makes it challenging to plants and offer appointment slots, he says. Within the coming days, as supply increases, they'll be able to replicate New Jersey's online system that allows anyone to sign up for the vaccine and be notified once they become

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COVID In New Jersey: Police Officers, Firefighters In State Begin Receiving Vaccine

Weekend News

00:58 sec | Last month

COVID In New Jersey: Police Officers, Firefighters In State Begin Receiving Vaccine

"In New Jersey Governor Murphy and health officials there have officially open what is being called a vaccine mega site are Marla Diamond has the details pretty cool. Local firefighters and police officers rolled up their sleeves and a vacant Sears store here at the Rockaway Mall converted into a mega vaccination site. And when we're ready to move forward, this mega site will be a place. For the general public to come to receive their vaccines. Governor Murphy says the 30,000 square foot site is capable of administering 2400 doses a day. The team here is the capacity to handle. I think they said 2400 vaccinations a day. I hope the feds give us enough supply sooner than later so that we could do 2400. Today, Demand is clearly outstripping supply in New Jersey, where an online portal crashed after 650,000 people signed up. Jerseys. Goal is to have 70% of its adult population vaccinated in the next six months

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Double standard? New York experts compare US Capitol police response to Black Lives Matter protests

Paul Murnane

01:18 min | Last month

Double standard? New York experts compare US Capitol police response to Black Lives Matter protests

"Some black leaders in New York or criticizing the police handling of the capital riot is a kind of a double standard is compared to the handling of the riots involving black lives matter. Protestors WCBS reporter Marla Diamond with more from Brooklyn, black clergy and city elected leaders say the response by the capital police shows two standards of justice that is unacceptable. Public advocate to money, Williams. They scaled the walls. They had pipe bombs. They broke windows they fought with police. They were met with shrugs. And sell fees. They're calling for a Justice Department investigation. Borough President Eric Adams, a candidate for mayor is a former NYPD officer. What I witnessed yesterday clearly shows that there are several laws that were violated. Obstruction of justice. Destruction of federal property assault on an officer insurrection and said seditious conspiracy. Adam says the protesters can be identified through photos and videos and must be brought to justice. He's also calling on the Justice Department to investigate the president. For inciting riot in downtown Brooklyn. Marla Diamond WCBS news radio

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Police Give All Clear After Queens Place Mall Evacuated Due To ‘Hoax Device’

Michael Wallace

01:01 min | Last month

Police Give All Clear After Queens Place Mall Evacuated Due To ‘Hoax Device’

"A huge police response today for a bomb threat at the Queen's place. Small WCBS is Marla Diamond reports It turned out to be a hoax. The crude device appeared real. There were propane tanks on wires protruding from the vehicle. It was spotted around 7:30 a.m. on the trunk of a Tesla that had been abandoned on the ramp to the mall parking garage, says NYPD Deputy Commissioner of Intelligence and counterterrorism. John Miller. And the bomb squad has determined This is a hoax device. Police found a dog what appeared to be ah, husky inside the car who was in good condition, Miller says the Tesla with Nevada plates was reported stolen and it appeared someone was living out of it. Police are hoping security camera video can help them identify the thief. A great deal of inconvenience was occurred by enact that seemed deliberate to cause that inconvenience and expense. And I'm very confident that we will identify the people behind this. An attempt to bring them to justice

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Police Give All Clear After New York City's Queens Place Mall Evacuated Due To ‘Hoax Device’

Paul Murnane

01:27 min | Last month

Police Give All Clear After New York City's Queens Place Mall Evacuated Due To ‘Hoax Device’

"An interesting twist this morning on a situation in Queens that brought out the bomb squad. Let's get details on this story. Now. Nobody. CBS reporter Marla Diamond joins us live. And call. It was all because of a car A Tesla with Nevada plates parked at the ramp of a garage next to the queen's place small that brought out a massive police response. It turns out that the car With Nevada plates was stolen. The person who called 911 could see what appeared to be a propane tank with wires sticking out of it in the car. And Y PD Deputy Commissioner of Intelligence and counterterrorism, John Miller says the device was determined to be a hoax. So, aside from theft charges, the person who brought out that massive emergency response could be facing other charges. Expense was going to Great deal of inconvenience was occurred by an act that seemed deliveries because that inconvenience and expense and I'm very confident. That we will identify the people behind this and attempt to bring them to justice. They are looking at surveillance cameras from around the mall. And there is more to this story. After the bomb squad was done, and determined that the device was fake, they found a dog Siberian husky mix in the back seat of that car. The dog is fine. John Miller says it appears that whoever stole the car was living out of it.

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WCBS Newsradio 880

02:21 min | 2 months ago

"marla diamond" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Morning. I'm Marla Diamond. WCBS news time 11 31. House Republicans shot down a Democratic bid this morning to pass President Trump's demand for $2000.8 checks to American's House Majority leader Steny Hoyer spoke afterward. House Republicans rejected Unanimous consent request blocking that increased, though sought by Democrats and now also by President Trump. The American people need to know with certainty. Democrats are trying to get them higher stimulus payments. This is Christmas Eve. Stimulus battle also poses an uncomfortable test of allegiance for Republicans who reject such spending. As we hear from CBS News chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett One of the interesting themes of the end of the Trump presidency, is will this result in the crack up of the modern Republican Party? Because right now Donald Trump is at war was not just Republicans. In general, he is at war with the highest echelons of the Republican leadership in Congress. This'll entire gambit on increasing the amount of stimulus checks after Congress has already not only debated it, but past it with the okay and green light from his own administration. The president's objections also threaten a government shutdown. 11 32 on WCBS. Britain and the European Union have finally struck a deal on Brexit after months of negotiations. The Provisional Free Trade Agreement should avert New Year's chaos for business is caught in the conflict. Now both the British and European Parliament's must ratify the deal before the UK leaves the EU's economic structures on January 1st. California is now the first state to surpass two million confirmed coronavirus cases. Johns Hopkins University, which has been tracking the number says the States Air passed that marker early this morning. It took California nine months before they reported one million infections. It took just six weeks to hit two million. At the moment, several areas in Southern California are reporting ICU capacity. 0% hospitals are overwhelmed. It's not a silent night, but things are very quiet at the area Airports is people heed the warnings against holiday travel. WCBS reporter Steve Burns check things out at LaGuardia. The longest line here at LaGuardia might not be at security. But.

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"marla diamond" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:36 min | 2 months ago

"marla diamond" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"The Corona virus pandemic again, a sparser crowd and it usually is. Matched and socially distant, but a crowd that understand that message, Michael. Thanks back. WCBS is Mac Rosenberg in midtown at the lighting of the world's largest minera 604 at WCBS. If you're just joining us, we got the word a few minutes ago. At an FDA advisory panel has recommended the approval of Fizer is covert vaccine. The vaccine will not be mandatory. But health experts are strongly recommending it. The technological tour the force, says CBS medical contributor Dr Jon Lapook. A lot of people think when they hear Operation Warp speed that the operation is going so fast that you're skipping over the normal safeties. And that is not true because of technological advances. Vaccine platforms, he says, developed well before the Chinese told the world the genetic sequence of the virus. The next challenge will be getting the vaccine to hospitals at Mount Sinai Health System. Dr. Susan Machin E says They received some of the supplies that go along with the vaccine this morning. Our plan is to assume Nas we give did to go ahead and received the vaccine and get the approval from the governor. That will begin vaccinating are high risk employees soon as Monday of this next week, Marla Diamond WCBS news radio 8 80, New Jersey plans to split its first round of 76,000 doses of the vaccine between frontline health care workers. And nursing homes. The drugstore chain CVS plans to inoculate 100,000 residents and staff at 1100 long term care facilities in the state. The Murphy administration.

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"marla diamond" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:34 min | 3 months ago

"marla diamond" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Is Marla Diamond reports They've won a major victory in court. We were at the intersection of 96th and Broadway, one of the few in the city with an accessible pedestrian signal, and when the walk sign is on, it'll tell you that it's safe to cross. Ah Federal Court ruling in October will force the city to add more of these signals of victory for all New Yorkers, says disability rights attorney Torrey Adkisson. Accessibility always helps everyone I mean curb cuts were insulted this wheelchair users but everyone who has luggage who has to be strollers, we all use those now. Andre. Same is true for a P s. I mean, people are on their phones. They're not looking at the ankles. They would benefit from an audience signals well, it really can improve the lives of a lot of people on the Upper West Side. Marla Diamond WCBS news radio 8 80. As of today, the U. S District Court for the Southern District of New York has suspended all in person proceedings because of the surgeon Covic cases. That's the federal court that covers Manhattan, the Bronx and several nearby counties. Suspension will last until at least January. 15th all jury trials are suspended. Civil trials will be held remotely the southern district and also suspended jury trials back in March at the start of the pandemic. To 11 WCBS sports of Next people everywhere want answers? Critics are calling Stephen Colbert the hottest late night host, bombshell, a riveting watch What gripping television? Wow, a beacon of hope in humanity..

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"marla diamond" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:19 min | 4 months ago

"marla diamond" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Marla Diamond, WCBS News radio 80, 12 32 and early voting starts in New York State tomorrow and across the country Now, 50 million people have voted early. That's a number never seen before. 50 million. This morning in Indiana Vice President Mike Pence and his wife, Karen, voted early. President Donald Trump is taking his own advice. Plans to vote in person in the presidential election on Saturday in Florida, where the early voting is underway by the way after the debate, the president has a rally in Pensacola tonight, and Joe Biden is on the road. We'll be hearing from him in Wilmington, Delaware, later. Teams of city voting observers will be fanning out across the city to lower income and neighborhoods of color in an effort to battle voter intimidation. Mayor Bill deBlasio on MSNBC this morning talking about clearly, President Trump has Tried to discourage people from voting suggested the election results will not be legitimate. Some of his followers clearly have been practicing intimidation tactics around this country. We cannot have this So for New York City, and I'd say this for every city and country. We have to have a voter protection program. The mayor says hundreds of lawyers and city officials and volunteers will be out to protect the vote on November 3rd. A high school student is suing his district in central Florida after his parking pass was yanked when he refused to remove a large elephant statue from the bed of his pickup truck. The elephant was painted too. Promote President Trump. Tyler Maxwell says his grandfather gave him the elephant and they painted it red, white and blue ahead of the 2016 election, he says. Now that he can drive and vote, he put the statue in his truck and drove to school on September 14th. His family says This is a violation of his First Amendment rights. The White House has announced a Halloween celebration coming up this weekend. Despite the pandemic, the president and first lady planned agree trigger treaters in the White House South portico was they've done in the past. Just minutes after the White House announced it. Social media activity had labeled in a Corona virus Super spreader event. But the White House has social distancing and masks for everyone aged two and older will be required. CBS News correspondent Steve Dorsey with that story that today and in Huntsville, Alabama early this morning..

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"marla diamond" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:40 min | 7 months ago

"marla diamond" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"WCBS reporter Marla Diamond speaking with senses. Volunteer for Mood. Conde WCBS news time to 48. Let's get traffic and weather together. What's happening? Andre Pharaoh? Well, it's a give and take situation. We cleared up to crash over by Casino Boulevard on the L I e heading westbound, and now we have a crash westbound over my Woodhaven Boulevard, causing severe delays. Even eastbound is taking a peek, of course, and then the eastbound Grand Central Parkway trying to get past Jule Avenue heading down towards the van Wyk is extra slow. He's on the eastbound ride of the Belt Parkway as you pass Flatbush Avenue heading towards Pennsylvania Avenue. Just a really tough go of it there, then the north Down B here. We talked about the crash over by Atlantic Avenue, and that's still out there. Still being worked on delays. Go back to the 39th Street area of the inbound Galanis. Westbound belt approaching. The Verizon knows Also busy. Go at the Lincoln Tunnel. If you're traveling towards New Jersey over the Holland Holland you gonna have to budget in at least 15 to 20. Lincoln's more of a 10 minute variety north bound on the West Side highway. You're so get up to the ramp of the George Passionate bridge. The Harlem River Drive is also busy past the MK looms Damn Bridge North bound, heading up to the Georgia in the north bound in south bound Egan, also trying to get to the G W B. Now, if you're heading South Cross Island Parkway that's going to be very heavy from the drugs down, said Northern Boulevard. I see people hopping on Northern Boulevard to try to avoid the delays you're going to encounter If you heading eastbound on to Long Island, both the northern and Southern very slow trying to get to the Meadowbrook and the Southern State Parkway is very busy from Valley Stream all the way to the want our next traffic. Update in less than 10 minutes on WCBS now, the weather forecast with meteorologist Daniel Nettle Well, it will be a dry afternoon for the area, with sunshine, mixing with some clouds going.

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01:35 min | 1 year ago

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"Criminal court Marla diamond WCBS newsradio eight eighty WCBS news time is eleven eighteen traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the aids was of the cross Westchester crash his can then yeah we were dealing with that for a while so still the only subject closure situation cross Westchester even here buddy here WCBS eight eighty big mess there clean up and investigations that crash continues as you make your way on the eastbound side it's between all right ready to the area of exit the nine SO at nine into ten is where we have the big got big problems with this just still I just a mess there are now you'll also find the Bronx river parkway with accidents southbound approaching the cross Bronx that is taking out couple of lane you'll find out the Throggs neck queens bound is setting up some construction I hear from our friend Pat looks like it's two lanes are gonna be down there and the batteries out of the one to show the other handling two way traffic a northern state your response out of Europe so I brought a deer park wrote about the left lane blocked with the construction project still do with a cross on the parkway queen subject at thirty five we've got a tractor trailer that should not be there on the parkway park where the operative word so are dealing with that as well we could tell now has a south to closure volatile they're setting up one lane on the inbound side George Washington bridge out by lower level closed your inbound upstairs and downstairs you got some work on the apartments and I'm an extrovert update less than ten minutes all WCBS the five day forecast from Michael CD patchy cloudy does overnight tonight low thirty two in mid term tomorrow partly sunny and a bit milder hi.

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03:12 min | 1 year ago

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"Reporter Marla diamond has more from lower Manhattan attorney Jeff Anderson filed the lawsuit on behalf of thirty seven year old John below geo who says the now defunct cardinal theater McCarrick sexually abused him when he was an altar boy and it is the Vatican that is the source of the problem the source of the crisis and until the source is cleansed and cleaned and required a tub become truthful and transparent the problem and the peril exists Anderson has tried several times unsuccessfully to sue the holy see he says this time they have evidence that another of McCarrick's alleged victims reported abuse to pope John Paul the second in nineteen eighty eight seven years before the plaintiff says he was abused in lower Manhattan Marla diamond WCBS newsradio eight eighty on Wednesday the city council will hold a hearing on the massive thanksgiving weekend sewage backup in south ozone park WCBS reporter rich lamb has to tenant buyer in middle protection committee chair Koster constant and Edie's says council members want to get to the bottom of what happened and how the city reacted what with the root causes of this catastrophe for so many families in southeast queens looking at the time line to see you know why it took so long for the families to get help on the ground there wasn't a response that was requisite with the situation that was happening the council member ads we have to make these families hole we have to make sure that they can get their lives back through no fault of their own you know two days after thanksgiving their families were their whole life was and routed as Constantinian he's put it how do we give them a measure of their life back as quickly as possible at city hall rich lamb WCBS New news radio eight eighty across Long Island a coalition is being formed to help educate and fight against hate WCBS is Sophia hall reports I'm here in Glen cove of the Holocaust memorial and tolerance center of Nassau County were two incidents of hate recently occurred including to spray painted swastikas here was the chairman of the center's Steven mark Waites we teach that the Holocaust did not start a concentration camps and gas chambers in the beginning it was bullying name calling and yes graffiti both that's account executive Laura current and Suffolk County executive Steve blown announced a new coalition to help stop hate crimes part of the plan is to educate young people says Bellona at the very least it's a lack of understanding of what the symbols represent more than that or or worse than that it could be that hate which is learned it is learned it is not something anyone is born with it is it is learning that that is something that kids are learning and if that's the case and we are failing to do our job here for teens police say committed the first incident the second is still under investigation so be a whole WCBS newsradio eight eighty eight it's eight oh seven on WCBS affordable housing advocates in New York want fewer tax breaks for developers and landlords that's coming up in three minutes when news breaks.

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01:52 min | 1 year ago

"marla diamond" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"More from WCBS is Marla diamond the man was wearing a backpack that police dean suspicious the bomb squad flooded the area under the elevated tracks on liberty Avenue near eightieth street this man lives nearby and says he couldn't get back to his home yeah side of all will be the east side the sag all but it's gotten yeah what police found inside the backpack with a metal thermos and an umbrella the incident trapped commuters on a train near Hudson station and service was suspended between Euclid Avenue and Lefferts Boulevard the man who was struck was taken in critical condition to Jamaica hospital in ozone park Marla diamond WCBS newsradio eight eighty WCBS news I'm twelve forty back to the road traffic and weather together with Joe Julie okay we're gonna take a look here at the F. T. R. we're seeing some delays in the F. T. R. as we approach the midtown tunnel both sides you got some construction slowdowns south bound is going to be heavy from the midtown tunnel down to around twenty third street and then it opens up pretty nicely heading down towards a lorry server crossings Laurie certain crosses right now Brooke about Brooklyn Bridge you gonna have a bit of slow down to the construction zone otherwise the Manhattan bridge in the Willie B. or both moving along pretty smoothly on the B. Q. we right now southbound heavy delays from the cons bridge down to metropolitan Avenue we have got overnight construction there and on the L. I. E. between the B. Q. we heading eastbound direction you're gonna see some slowdowns as you cross Grand Avenue for construction the octorok snack and the white stone bridges both have construction but we're not gonna see too much of a delay right now because of a lack of value in Connecticut on this Connecticut turnpike this is ninety five in Stamford between exits eight and ten year we jammed up there and then in the southbound direction coming down ninety five Connecticut turnpike to the state line you're gonna be slow down to.

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01:35 min | 1 year ago

"marla diamond" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Reporter marla diamond is a federal court in brooklyn while conceding many of the things key through nearly did as the head of nexium or offensive defense attorney mark niccolo insisted members were not abused or captive sex slaves and renew ever extorted them by releasing their nude photos he was not mighty great or godlike to these women said ignificant oh who said the women ran and recruited new members to the south help group the sexy said was a way of creating a closer bond with his members prosecutors describe ordinary as a sex crazed crime boss and conman he's facing life in prison if convicted on all of the charges at brooklyn federal court marla diamond w._c._b._s. newsradio eight eighty eight months after mob associates silvestre's tolo was murdered has he set at mcdonald's drive-thru in the bronx the feds have charged his son with ordering the hit anthony is a tola has also been charged with hiring someone to shoot his brother salvatore who survived the feds are saying what anthony's motive may have been but the indictment mentions the promise of money for the hits five co conspirators in the two shootings had already been arrested three oh seven at w._c._b._s. were sponsored by napa auto parts napa auto parts has the expertise and parts you need to help keep your car on the road no matter how many miles it has quality parts helpful people that's napa know how And now a page from the diary of Flo. Dear diary, I got the brush off again. I don't get it. Is there something wrong with the way, I wave elbow,.

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05:12 min | 2 years ago

"marla diamond" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Kicks in the city are Marla diamond is following this story and joins us live Marla. What's the story behind this today? We heard from congressman Bill passed growl. And Josh got Heimer both are north jersey representatives who have a lot of constituents who use the George Washington Bridge to drive into the city. They are angry at New York about this congestion pricing tax as they call it. They say new Jerseyans will be double taxed because they'll be charged upwards of fifteen dollars to cross the bridge and then be wacked again when they go south of sixtieth street. It has been reported that the Lincoln and Holland tunnels would be exempt. But God Heimer says that he doesn't want any kind of second. Tax for new Jerseyans who already pay enough in taxes. So in sort of a tit for tat. What are these two jersey congressman proposing? Well, both were cleared assay. We're not picking a fight here. But it sure sounded like they were got Heimer Bill, which he tongue-in-cheek calls the Manhattan moocher Prevention Act would freeze federal transportation dollars capital projects that the MTA wants to do on till and unless New Jersey drivers are exempted from the congestion fee. If the congestion fee does go into effect the second part of of his Bill would allow New Jersey drivers to deduct the tolls from their taxes at the end of the year. So it sounds like there is bottom line. Still a lot to be hashed out here concerning congestion pricing. There is an I did ask why now when congestion pricing fees and the structure of it won't be decided for quite a while. And. And the actual congestion pricing plan will not go into effect until twenty twenty one. Got hammer said they wanted to get out in front on this. They want a seat at the table. They say New York cannot just arbitrarily decide tax new Jerseyans and get away with it. If they congestion pricing fee is intended to get drivers out of their car. Got Heimer says he understands that. But he would like some of the money to go to nj transit and to the port authority. All right. Thank you. Marla WCBS reporter Marla diamond Mike smeltzer from governor Cuomo on the issue of congestion pricing. He joins us now. Mike are new Jerseyans can be happy with what the governor had to say today. They may be Joe for the first time that I've really heard a governor Cuomo says it's a possibility drivers going over the George Washington Bridge may get that same exemption drivers going through the Lincoln, and Holland tunnels are likely to get as well all of this is still being phased in and still being planned out. It's going to be twenty twenty one until we really actually get these congestion pricing tolls in so it's a long time a long runway. But for the first time governor Cuomo is talking about giving that exemption over talking about as Marla laid out. Earlier drivers who go in enter Manhattan through told bridges and tunnels most of those bridges and tunnels. There will be some type of exemption some type of offset our discount. So the double tolling concern doesn't happen. The GW was not in the original plans that at least that we've learned about now. Governor Cuomo saying, yes, it's a possibility that drivers who go over the GW be will get a total exemption, which should be good news. For New Jersey drivers, Mike. What's been holding up that exemption if the GW it's been considered automatic for the Holland and Lincoln tunnels, but why not show for the bridge? Governor seemed to push it off mostly will he he likes to push off the topic mostly to the MTA because he says the gonna have to decide all of this anyways. And that he is not lead decision necessarily on this plan. And he also pushed it off to technology as he explained took many minutes to explain this. And he likes to get really kind of deep into the details as he talks about this is that the port authority does not have an electronic tolling system. And what he means by that is what some people may considered a cashless tolling system as in Noto booths. No one stopping at a toll booth, even if it's an easy pass only lane. We're talking about a what you experience when you go through the queens midtown tunnel, which is going over sort of going under a gantry driving through easy pass hit or your license plate read, and you just keep going on through into the tunnel. The port three does have that as of now. So what he says he has spoken to the head of the porta thirty spoken to New Jersey. Governor Murphy about this about. Getting the port authority to change over to try tolling system that has to happen because this congestion pricing tolling latronic system that is going to be set up here in the city it needs to rely on an electronic tolling system at the bridges and tunnels to the data has to be shared correctly. And in the current setup at the Holland Lincoln GW, those two interfaces cannot interface together that's WCBS reporter, Mike smelt five thirty six on the afternoon roundup. Five our teen.

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01:50 min | 2 years ago

"marla diamond" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Years later Marla diamond with that story. It had been a lifelong dream for Michael coups Amano, I had gone to college for Justice. I wanted to go into the law enforcement field. I ended up staying in the whole family business at forty eight Cusimano decided to pursue his passion. And although he passed the written and physical tests. He was told sorry the age limit for new recruits is thirty five the city's argument. Was you too old? You can't do the job. There's no way you can keep up. What if you get sick? And what if you have a heart attack? What does this? What does that in his twenty year career with the NYPD coups Amano served on President Bush's security? Details and protected several other heads of state he says he has no regrets and we'll cherish his time on the force being able to work with good cops. Good detectives who will good investigators and learning a lot about police work real police work. No, not what you see on TV somebody's sucking lollipop. Also, the camaraderie, you do become a band of brothers Marla diamond WCBS, NewsRadio eight eighty buckle up in back or risk becoming a human missile. That is the message from Connecticut's public health department, which wants a seat belt law for everyone in passenger cars front seats, and backseats Connecticut is one of about twenty states in the country that does not currently require seatbelts for backseat. Passengers the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates such a law could save eighteen lives in the states every year. It's four twenty two A WCBS. There are two kinds.

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02:34 min | 2 years ago

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"Stay informed. Stay connected. Depend on WCBS. Good morning. I'm Cheryl Simone. Greetings, Sonoda forty Forty-five. One the cost of a cab lifter Uber now higher. Decongestion surcharge went into effect at midnight two inmates banging on windows at Brooklyn's metropolitan detention center, where there's been no heater hot water for some time. Thirty four degrees in one housing unit and three all of the groundhogs agree or headed toward an early spring. That's the prediction from Punxsutawney Phil in Pennsylvania, Staten Island, Chuck and Malvern Mel on Long Island w CBS news time eight forty six all these years into knowing it's a danger. We're still talking about lead paint mayor de Blasio wants the discussion to be done by the year. Twenty Twenty-nine WCBS reporter Marla diamond has the story from the Bronx Blasios says lead poisoning is like a childhood disease that can be a radical. We've seen a ninety percent drop in the course of about thirteen years now. Now, we will take this two zero the effort focuses primarily on privately run apartments where the mayor says ninety seven percent of the city's cases occur. He appointed sanitation Commissioner Catherine Garcia to be the city's leads are in October. We'll be working with the council to require annual inspections of one and two family homes for the first time protecting more children under six this is a big deal Garcia says the first year of the plan will inform landlords of their responsibility to remediate lead sources after that there could be fines of up to ten thousand dollars per violation. In the Bronx, Marla diamond WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty former Yankee Derek Jeter and his wife Hannah, welcome baby. Number two, the baseball great in the Sports Illustrated model announce they've had a baby girl named story gray geeder, she joins big sister. Bella rain was seventeen months old now. Derek and Hannah started dating in two thousand twelve and they got married in twenty. Sixteen a fourteen year old Bronx girl is missing and she may be with a registered sex offender. Police say sage locus was last seen last Thursday at a shelter on west hundred and twenty-fifth street that is where registered offender Anthony Ferdinand lives. Police say locusts and thirty five year old Ferdinand know each other. But no details have been released w CBS news time, eight forty eight..

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01:34 min | 2 years ago

"marla diamond" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"News time, six sixteen a cool million jewelry is stolen. From a store in queens, taken in a very movie were the way, our Marla diamond has the story like a scene out of a Hollywood movie, the thief access the Shlomi jewelry store on junction boulevard after closing time through the roof and cut a hole in the ceiling to get you a safe that contain the jewels. And why payday chief of detectives German says they are looking for a getaway car and any connection this jewelry. Heist may have to others both inside New York City and outside. I wasn't too much in the past. We took down a significant case that was literally worldwide with stores broken into the NYPD major crimes unit is investigating because of the dollar value of the jewelry stolen. Detectives are also reviewing security camera. Video inside the store at police headquarters Marla diamond WCBS, NewsRadio eight eighty two young woman killed in Thursday's bus crash on I eighty in New Jersey has been identified as twenty one. Year old Briana Herrera of park. She was a Syracuse university student who is heading home to visit her family CBS to spoke with her brother Josh took schoolers seriously. It was very ambitious. She had very driven a lot of goals. So. Yeah. I don't know. It's it's still. Tough police said an Adirondack trailways bus headed for New York City hit the median near.

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02:12 min | 2 years ago

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"Thanks, mike. WCBS news time eleven ten thieves. Cut a hole in the ceiling to steal a million dollars worth of jewels. From a store in corona queens, WCBS reporter, Marla diamond tells us the story was it an inside job NYPD chief of detectives Dermott Shay says investigators are not ruling out anything at this time. We're focused in right now on the investigation as well as perpetrators that may have fled in a car. Police say the burglar access the Shlomi jewelry store on junction boulevard through the roof. While the store was closed. Thursday morning, cutting a hole in the ceiling to get to a safe that contain the jewelry. He was in the store for four hours. One of the things that we'll look at obviously has any connection to any other incidents both inside New York City and outside because the loss is estimated at one million dollars. Dollars. The NYPD's. Major case unit is investigating. At police headquarters, Marla diamond WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty WCBS news time eleven eleven. Get the news on demand, plus WCBS, eight eighty podcast only on the radio dot com app. Download it today. And listen anytime anywhere. It's eleven twelve. Now, a WCBS. Avenue. I which Berman Maria we'll start with Pasqua, Paul Nixon nets met at Barclays tonight. Man Brooklyn wins at one zero nine ninety nine that is six straight wins overall for the nets and eight straight wins at Barclays, THEO Pinson lead Brooklyn with nineteen Shabazz. Napier had eighteen Trey Burke, had twenty five to lead the Knicks to now lost eight neuro. They're ten and thirty seven Netzer twenty seven and twenty three college hoops tonight own a beat writer, seventy seven seventy one and marriage loses to Quinnipiac ninety two seventy eight farmers insurance. Open Tigers first tournament of the year, he shoot seventy seventy. So he's four under par after two rounds? Eleven shots out of the lead held by Justin Rose, rose shoot sixty three sixty six. He's fifteen hundred par. Three shots clear. Techy? Maxium baseball the Mets signed reliever. Justin Wilson, he gets a two year deal.

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02:05 min | 2 years ago

"marla diamond" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Twelve twenty shocking reports last summer of alcohol fueled sex parties at the neck houses prompted a probe from the city department of investigation. WCBS reporter Marla diamond has details and reaction city. Investigators found no evidence of sex parties, but they did uncover a culture of misconduct, including mistreatment, and favoritism that included drinking on the job sex between managers and subordinates and damaging resonant appliances. It's deeply personal to me. My mother lives Nick houses, I was born and raised in frog. Houses says Bronx city councilman Ritchie Torres you had almost every form of corruption and fraud and abuse and the New York City housing authority. Was nowhere to be found. Tourist points out. The report does not address which nitrous supervisors took the resident complaints and went what actions were taken in response to those complaints. None of those questions have been answered tourist points out. The report does not address which Nitra supervisors took the resident complaints, and when Marla diamond WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty government regulators are accusing a major software company of pay discrimination. Oracle stands accused of underpaying thousands of its women black and Asian employees by more than four hundred million dollars. The allegations contained in a lawsuit filed by Labor Department investigators responsible for policing government contractors, including oracle the suit cites evidence that oracle underpaid women and ethnic minorities for similar work done by white men as much as twenty five percent between two thousand thirteen at twenty sixteen. No comment from oracle. Vicki Barker, CBS news. Central Connecticut state university plans to fire too long time theater professors following an investigation into sexual misconduct. Investigators say the two professors, Joshua perlstein and Thomas Delvin, Paul had likely been involved in inappropriate relationships with students. Both are now on administrative leave. WBZ news time, it's twelve twenty two. Huge savings are here at JC Penney. Hurry in for.

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02:02 min | 2 years ago

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"Past weekend showers are back in the forecast mostly cloudy the sad to the few showers primarily along the jersey shore. Mostly cloudy tonight a more humid with a cat the showers, most likely later Diallo's sixty eight mostly cloudy tomorrow a couple of showers and a thunderstorm of the area high eighty more of the same on. Wednesday mostly cloudy humid and warmer couple of showers and thunderstorms. Out, high eighty four about the same story on Thursday clouds at a few sunny breaks warranted sticky the couple. Of showers that have fun especially Thursday afternoon high eighty six mostly cloudy and Friday couple of showers and. A thunderstorm high eighty To partial sunshine on Saturday he still can't. Rule out a shower thunderstorm high eighty four right now seventy, seven in Somerville also Seventy-seven in south river and. Same deal in central park w CBS news time one twenty the first woman to be a port authority police chief is turning in her badge after twenty six, trail-blazing years, Marla diamond got a chance to speak with their chief Norma hardy joined the port authority in nineteen Ninety-two four months later terrorists bombed the parking, garage at the World Trade Center and, we have a, walk through the, concourse of of the, World Trade Center which was fully pitch black And also with your eyes watering coughing I. Happened to hear people calling for how. She, received a medal of valor for saving forty people that day. And quickly rose through the ranks. That Brooklyn native became the first black. Woman to, be named inspector in twenty eleven and the department's first woman assistant. Chief in two thousand thirteen her final job was overseeing officers at the Hudson river crossings it's, been it's been quite an interesting to say the least career and I'm very proud of it. Marla diamond WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty she should. Be if we can't make the airport delays less painful maybe the. Way we find out about them can be the area airports are, notorious for their extensive delay now the port authority is, hoping more information will mean less pain it's.

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01:34 min | 2 years ago

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"Six forty in the morning massive crater opened up where the. Blast occurred nineteenth to twenty third street. Between Broadway and Fifth Avenue are closed. And nearly thirty buildings have. Been evacuated it will remain. That way for quite some time a mayoral, candidate in Palisades park is catching flack after a social media post urging people. Not to vote for any, Korean candidate this November WCBS reporter Marla diamond spoke with him this morning Anthony Willie Sam Bona's Facebook post accuses the democrat running for mayor Chris Chung. Of making the November general election about Korean power Sam bona. Who is running as an independent added this is not the year to vote. For any Korean candidate it's a fact a life did not qualify Community Italian kid who's running Sam bona says he's not, racist of many Korean friends and I work actively in several elections as an independent interested individual supporting Korean Sam Bona's comments come on the heels of a profanity laced anti career Facebook post by, the current, mayor's eighty year old mother June that touched off protests in this town where Asians make up fifty seven percent of the population in Palisades park Marla diamond WCBS NewsRadio eighty, one fifty one at WCBS try to store coast to the, doctors and the doctor's orders a lack of physical activity is one of the. Major causes of heart disease here's how cardiovascular fitness may reduce your. Risk of a heart attack any type of exercise increases the work of your heart and, lungs, is considered..

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