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Fresh update on "mayor de blasio" discussed on Kevin McCullough Radio

Kevin McCullough Radio

00:34 min | 26 min ago

Fresh update on "mayor de blasio" discussed on Kevin McCullough Radio

"Kevin McCullough radio. So glad to have you with us on his Charmaine was just saying in that last segment. Um, you know the takeaways that we're learning about this whole season? Because it wasn't just the election that caused the election to go bad it was. It was the Exploitation of elected officials that over exerted power and change things literally like voting standards and states that even created some of the chaos. That chaos is something that one of side of the political aisle seems to really thrive in. And in fact, they seem to still want to be perpetrating it now. Case in point. The governor of New York and the governor of New Jersey and the antiquated lockdowns that they're re imposing on people when we have as low as is anywhere in the country. On infection rate of covert 19 here to discuss is the city minority Whip Joe Borelli in Joe, I always appreciate you being on with us the issue with this eatery in your hometown borough of Staten Island. Has really, I think sparked the imagination of a lot of people across the country that have not understood this problem is well explain to us what's unfolding there. So Max Pub is a typical published that Milon that got sort of the railway line that connects us keep Manhattan. And this poor guy is 400 yards. Beyond the border of some fake Berlin wall that now divides Staten Island into an orange zone and the yellow Zone and 400 yards up the street. He'd be operating at full tilt His competitors just one train. Stop up the line. Least having a famous place. They're rocking and rolling on Wednesday night as a zoo Tuesday night as the owner of Max was getting arrested. And it's just tough for people to understand what the lockdown goal is now supposed to be. And it's hard for business owners because, unlike the first time there was a lockdown. There's no P P p loans. There's no you know, we give back to business owners for staying closed. There's no more optimism because we had a mayor and governor who took no effort to be urgent on reopening, right, look other states locked out. That's fine. That's good. The idea of locking down to alleviate hospital capacity is a good idea. What other states actually were acted with aggression in reopening the same aggression. They did locking down towards reopening and we didn't and that's why the trust is lost from the business community. Mayor de Blasio and Governor Cuomo and people like the owners of Max Pub feel that their backs to the wall they have nothing to do. If they stay open, they'll make money for a few more nights. When they get shut down. They're going to go bankrupt. Anyway, They got $50,000 in fines. They're never going to pay that They're never going to pay that because their business is gonna go out of business. At this point, it's all moving, so why not stay open? Well, and and so you have, and this speaks to the larger issue, Joe that everyone in the tri state within the sound of our voice is gonna be putting up with Because if they can do that, to one little guy on Staten Island There's nothing that's keeping them from doing it to everybody. No, and I think they like me will, you know, And that's that's part of the problem. Kevin is that I think there is a full lockdown looming on the horizon. And I mean objectively. The full lockdown probably makes more scientific sense than locking, you know, half of a neighborhood with an 85% car ownership rate. But, yeah, I mean, business owners have absolutely nothing to look forward to and their backs are to the wall. Well, and I don't I still don't understand. You know, from the quote, science perspective, why this is necessary at all? When when we're talking about the original lockdowns. We were told that hospitals wouldn't be able to maintain capacity way to flatten the need for their services. And as far as I can tell, even with the slight uptick in infection, you know detection. We're still way ahead of where we were hospitalization, wise and certainly deaths And you've got the therapeutics that are working better than ever. And the vaccines are on their way. I mean, we're we're We're looking not just a dot of light at the end of the tunnel like we're seeing half the opening. No. In the first the first lockdown. We were seeing videos from from Italy. Hearing experiences from other countries where you know, treating patients in hallways was something that we were rightfully fearful of. And that's why I don't I don't disregard that need to lock down the first time, a lot of uncertainty, no treatments, right. But now, as you pointed out, we are past that. And the reason some of these hospitals are pushing back and trying Tonto push measures on the population who Governor Cuomo. Is that they themselves don't want to lose the ability to conduct non essential surgeries. Hospitals. For the most part are businesses. They make money off of non essential services. They make more money doing that than treating people in the trauma ward at center and they make steady income. So this is about not having to cut off.

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New York Mayor De Blasio announces opposition to Brooklyn pipeline

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:50 sec | 13 hrs ago

New York Mayor De Blasio announces opposition to Brooklyn pipeline

Fresh "Mayor De Blasio" from Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning

Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning

01:06 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh "Mayor De Blasio" from Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning

"Eyes and ears to your world. We are the voice of New York 17. W O R an I Heart radio station. It is 47 degrees and eight o'clock. Good morning. I'm Joe Bartlett, three U. S marshals have been shot in the Bronx. They were attempting to arrest a suspect for allegedly shooting a cop on Cape Cod shots rang out in the Wakefield section of the Bronx at about 5 30 in the morning as the U. S marshals were going after Andres Sterling, who was wanted for shooting a Massachusetts state police trooper on Cape Cod last month. In the exchange of gunfire. Sterling was shot and killed, according to multiple law enforcement sources. Three U. S marshals were injured and taken to the hospital. Their injuries are not believed to be life threatening. Correspondent Erin Concert ski the injured marshals again taking the hospital in stable condition. As for the coronavirus governor Cuomo showing off the vaccine, calling it the weapon that's going to win the war. It comes with GPS tracking in a thermo monitor to make sure the vaccine stays at minus 70 degrees. Dry ice has to be Immediately replaced on opening and then you can only open the box two times a day for 60 to 90 seconds each time. The frozen bile then has to be thought. Diluted with water and stand for two hours and then you have six hours to administer. The dosage. Each vial holds five vaccine doses. Alice stacked in Rosine E. W. O R news Mayor DE Blasio, Meanwhile, seeing a second wave is upon the city and in New Jersey they're reporting a record number of cases more than 4900 new coronavirus cases reported yesterday, the most ever during the pandemic and the percentage of people testing positive now nearing 14%. Hospitalizations. They continue to increase close to 3300. But that is still less than half of what the hospitalizations right at the peak of this pandemic in April. Hi. I'm Scott Pringle. W o R NEWS. Well, it's not exactly the phrase Ask not what your country can do for you Ask what you can do for your country. But President elect Biden tells CNN he is going to ask people to wear a man and ask the public for 100 days. A mask. Just 100 days to mask not forever 100 days and I think we'll see a significant reduction. Looks like help could be on the way for those affected by the pandemic of coronavirus relief bill gaining moment Among Capitals compromise bill includes $300 in weekly federal unemployment benefits and $160 billion in state and local aid something Republicans had been opposing. What's not in the bill is another round of stimulus checks, which financial experts say would ramp up the economy. Correspondent Alex Shea News this morning brought to you by a tri state BMW centers. It is a three Let's go check on our traffic with burning fighter. Very good morning, a job. We got some problems now on the Rockland bounce happens in Cuomo Bridge. You've gotta stall truck taking out the right lane on the West Chester side. So expect some delays there. G W Bridge into town. You've got some slow traffic across the span, all because of an earlier problem on the cross Bronx East bound by the Alexander Hamilton Bridge. That's now completely cleared away. They set up the up on upper level road work already, the right lane is gonna be blocked off and at the Lincoln, you're fine. The Hollands up to 10 minutes or so. The supportive sponsored by better help dot com Is there something interfering with your happiness? Or preventing you from achieving your goals? Better help once you to start living a happier life today with.

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States plan for vaccines as daily US virus deaths top 3,100

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 18 hrs ago

States plan for vaccines as daily US virus deaths top 3,100

"Out how a covert 19 vaccine will be distributed and who will get it First. The first batch of 170,000 doses are expected to arrive here in 12 days, almost half a million by year's end. Health commissioner, Dr Dave Choksi on who gets it first high risk health care workers in long term care facilities on then residents of those long term care facilities. With the vaccine. Arriving here in waves, Mayor De Blasio says communities hardest hit and night your residents need to be a priority, making sure that there is fairness and we're not going allow the vaccine just to go the highest bidder, but to actually go to who needs it most somewhat buried in the vaccine

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Fresh update on "mayor de blasio" discussed on Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning

Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning

00:48 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "mayor de blasio" discussed on Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning

"Can you imagine a line of Jewish action figures there? Len Lovitt, the Len Berman would be a huge collection. If the lead bird city is dead. He comes with his mailbox. There's no action with Len forgot Thanks so much, but to ask me that Case but spoke all right news time. Good morning, Joe. Partly it's 7 30. Good morning, Len. Governor Cuomo calls it the weapon that's gonna win the war. He showed off the Corona virus vaccine and how it has to be handled delicate, so it's either in ultra cold storage. Ward has dry ice, but they even only open it twice a day for 60 seconds to 90 seconds. Each time. Oh, yeah, There's not gonna be a problem with that. Good luck. Yeah, those instructions. Talking about Mayor De Blasio's sounding the alarm about an increase in the number of cases in the city, he says. It's quite clear a second wave is right upon us. A 70 rolling average has risen above 5%, Speaking of numbers New Jersey, reporting nearly 5000 new positive test yesterday, the most since the pandemic began. There were 64 more deaths and hospitalizations have increased for five straight days. Governor Murphy, saying the pandemic is nowhere near over. President elect Biden says he wants everybody to wear a mask during his 1st 100 days in office, he says, if that happens The country will see a significant reduction Attorney General Bill Bar could be on his way out this week. He said he didn't see any evidence of widespread election fraud that would change the election results. So obviously the president wasn't happy with that. Asked yesterday if he still has confidence and barred, the president says, Ask me in a couple of weeks haven't looked very hard. Which is a disappointment, to be honest with you because it's massive fraud. Massive fraud bar was at the White House earlier this week where he reportedly got a lecture from the president almost available out there. I wish I could've heard that one that must've been good. Um, Speaking of the election fraud, Rudy Giuliani is out there on the front lines battling for the president. But Question. Now is he full of hot air during a hearing in Michigan? There was a very suspicious sound. While Rudy was arguing the case for voter fraud, listen carefully here. They didn't bother to interview a single witness. God know how Stop Oh, my goodness. Oh, really? No zoos that necessary Pull that somebody pulled Rudy's finger. Here we go. Look, I'm gonna hear it again. You're gonna hear it again. They didn't bother to interview a single witness. Well, did he shift in his chair? Uh, it happened that he don't like They're the noise was heard twice during the hearing. Now. It could have just been the seat. You know. Sometimes if you're on the letter c to kind of make the poor. The Democrats could have put a whoopee cushion there. You know where you are. He had rice and beans for lunch. Could be any one of those things. When it did happen, though, the other attorney, Gen. Ellis immediately shot him A look Like what? I know I saw, you know, Actually, I I did see that she made a face. She looked at me. You gotta be kidding me. Come on. Yeah. Jeez, Joe, Play it one more time way. No, they didn't bother to interview a single witness. The timing is impeccable. Thanks, Joey. Be way Get back. New York Times Albany Bureau chief Jesse McKinley will join US Governor Cuomo singled him out yesterday at the news conference will find out what that was all about. Well, it's common to think. As you get older, you can't do the same activities is when you were younger. This is not have to be true. You should be able to do what you want when you want..

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New York COVID-19 positive rate nears 5%, deaths and hospitalizations keep rising

Curtis Sliwa

00:11 sec | 1 d ago

New York COVID-19 positive rate nears 5%, deaths and hospitalizations keep rising

"The covert positivity rate in New York City is 5%, now Mayor de Blasio saying New Yorkers should consider it a second wave and take all possible precautions.

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Fresh update on "mayor de blasio" discussed on Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning

Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning

00:57 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "mayor de blasio" discussed on Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning

"The suspect was also shot. He was wanted for the shooting of a Massachusetts state trooper. The suspect? I think there's a little more seriously wounded than the U. S. Marshals Governor Cuomo showing off the vaccine, calling it the weapon that's going to win the war. Vaccines are packaged in ultra cold storage have to be thought and deluded before being administered. Each package also comes with a GPS to know where it is or what the temperature is. And I don't know if you heard the governor's explanation about using this. It is so darn complicated on the how they're ever going to do it. But anyway, good luck. New York will have enough doses for 170,000 people beginning December 15th. As you mentioned Mayor de Blasio's warning about a second wave coming to the city. The seven day positivity rate has reached 5% on all key indicators are on the rise. Why we're gonna come up with new information to help people understand what comes next. But it is clearly clearly a message that everyone has take maximum precautions now. All right, Here's how we're gonna beat this pandemic. President elect Joe Biden will ask all Americans to wear a mask for his 1st 100 days in office, and then it will go away. Hey tells CNN. If it happens, there will be a significant reduction in the pandemic. And by the way, he also says he's going to keep Dr Anthony thought. I asked him to stay out of the exact same role he's had for the past several presidents and I asked him to be in chief medical adviser for Mia's. Well, there you go. President Trump, who doesn't have much nice to say about Anthony Fauci. Isn't saying nice things about his attorney General Bill bar, he could be fired pretty soon. Asked if he has confidence in bar, Trump told reporters asked me in a couple of weeks. That's never a good response when he's asked that question. Earlier this week, Bar said he did not see any evidence of widespread voter fraud. The president saying you didn't look Finally Give some blood and you could get some beer. The city's facing a massive shortage of blood. So to encourage donations, a pub in the financial District Stout is running a blood drive. They offer anybody who donates plane of blood of free pint of beer. The owner, Martin Whalen says he got the idea actually, from the eye one. You get blood in Ireland..

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Mayor De Blasio Announces Phased Reopening Plan For NYC Public Schools

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:51 sec | 1 d ago

Mayor De Blasio Announces Phased Reopening Plan For NYC Public Schools

"Schools reopening Monday for what they're now calling the building learning their De Blasio says. You can send your kid or not, but you do need to make a choice for teachers and administrators. It's been something of a moving target. How many students can they expect to attend in person classes? But by the end of next week, we want to resolve this as much as humanly possible. Once and for all is Mayor De Blasio continues to push for more kids to return to school work to see if we can even get a lot more kids back in in person learning before the school year's out. And then, of course, go into September with the expectation that everyone will be back again in person and another reminder from his honor. Bring in those testing consent forms. Testing is the key to keeping everyone safe in the school community. It's going to be weekly. From now on without the forms, the mayor says it could mean students won't be allowed inside the building. Al

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Fresh update on "mayor de blasio" discussed on First Morning News

First Morning News

01:24 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "mayor de blasio" discussed on First Morning News

"You by your tri state BMW centers Governor, Cuomo says the vaccine is here, and it's real. He's detailing the vaccine that's going to be distributed in New York beginning December, the 15th drama impacts the weapon that will win the covert war by opening a sample box of the Fizer vaccine. It comes with GPS tracking in a thermo monitor to make sure the vaccine stays at minus 70 degrees. Dry ice has to be immediately replaced on opening and then you can only open the box two times that A 4 60 to 90 seconds each time. The frozen bile then has to be thought. Diluted with water and stand for two hours and then you have six hours to administer. The dosage. Each vial holds five vaccine doses. Alice stacked in Rosine E. W O R News could not a good governor Ned Lamont says he hopes everyone in his state will be vaccinated by early next fall. He says doses of the vaccine are going to begin arriving later this counting on those first shipments of the Fizer vaccine December 14th. Secondly, you've got also the Moderna vaccine, and they'll have their vaccines is scheduled for delivery on the 21st of December. Mayor de Blasio, meanwhile, sounding the alarm about an increasing number of cases here in the city, the seven day rolling average the highest it's been in months. The seven day average positivity rate is now jump to a little over 5%. First time in many months. It's been that high, and mayor De Blasio says all three main coronavirus indicators air moving in the wrong direction. It's quite clear at this point that this second wave unfortunately is right upon us, he says. Everyone needs to take Max precautions now. Mayor is pleased, though, that the city is not seeing stress on the ICU units like in the spring, but we're extremely concerned and vigilant to make sure that we protect our hospitals. I'm Scott Pringle. W O R NEWS, Dr Anthony Fauci going to keep his job. President elect Biden, telling CNN that he once found you to play a prominent role in the recovery from the panda asked him to stay on in the exact same role he's had for the past several presidents. I asked him to be a chief medical adviser for me as well. And once binding, takes office. He says he wants everyone to wear a mask for his 1st 100 days and ask the public for 100 days. A mask. Just 100 days to mask not forever 100 days and I think we'll see a significant reduction. Well answered. He thought she may be keeping his job. Attorney General Bill Bar may lose his president. Trump, upset with his attorney general after Bar said there was no widespread evidence of voter fraud. Here's correspondent Jonathan President Trump is now lashing out of his own attorney general Bill Bar, accusing him of not looking hard enough to find election fraud. Well, he hasn't done anything so he hasn't looked They haven't looked very hard, which is a disappointment. To be honest with you. ABC News has learned the president confronted bar about those comments in a contentious meeting at the White House. Do you still have confidence in Bill Bar? Huh? Ask me that. In a number of weeks from now, that's not good. All right. The election focus right now is on Georgia, where two Senate seats are up for grabs and its stake leadership of the Senate. Gonna update on that. Now. Joining us live is NBC radio National correspondent Bills Emperor? It's getting pretty intense Bill. I happen to be in the Savannah market, So I see all of these ads, and it's like none stop. Yeah, they are expecting a size a billion dollars to be spent on the Senate runoff campaigns, which will determine control of the Senate. They come up on January 5th. But there's going to be AH lot going on. There has been all this week Joe and this weekend as well. The reason for that is Monday is the deadline to register for this special run off if you haven't registered to vote already, So what's happening is we're seeing Trump supporters holding rallies this week. Today, Barack Obama will hold a Virtual rally to promote get out the vote campaign and also to promote the Democratic candidates in these run offs. Here they are Jon Ossoff's and Raphael Warnock, then President Trump goes to Georgia tomorrow for a rally. This will be his first rally since the election, and it's not put on by the Trump campaign put on by the RNC, which may give it a little bit of a different look. But here is the question going into this job. What will the president do? Is he there to pump up the Republican candidates Kelly Leffler and David Perdue? Or is he there to continue to bash away at the election results in Georgia and the Republican governor and the Republican secretary of state? The president has treated very harshly since this election. The feeling is if he does that this could drive another wedge into the Republican Party there in Georgia, where, as if he's simply there to push the Senate candidates that that could help in these run offs in January. The other part two is we're getting conflicting messages from the Republican Party. Some Trump supporters earlier this week held a rally. Those those trump supporting lawyers, Sidney Powell and Lin Wood are calling for a boycott of the special election on January 5th that would, in essence, hand the Senate to the Democrats. So what message are we going to hear this weekend? That will be the question one official down there in Georgia? Joe said that they're not sure what the president is going to say. And that's a problem. I think we're always not sure what he's going to say, though. Thank you. Bill. Have a good weekend, NBC radio, National correspondent bills and for our 5 45 times in 20 minutes.

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New York Mayor de Blasio Worried, Doesn't Expect Schools To Close

Steve Scott

01:01 min | 1 d ago

New York Mayor de Blasio Worried, Doesn't Expect Schools To Close

"Very worried about the current uptick in covert cases in the city, but he does not expect another shutdown of city schools. WCBS reporter Rich Lamb heard from the mayor, Mayor De Blasio's, says the city's enormous school system as he put it doesn't resemble any other part of our society, adding This is the most controlled and supported place in all of New York City. The reality or schools has been striking. We believe they could be safe. The numbers have been unbelievably favorable. Low levels of coronavirus positivity that we literally couldn't have imagined. The blow zero credits in his words, every conceivable health and safety measure layered one on top of another. Now we're going to go to weekly testing on everyone has to have the testing consent form. This again just takes us even higher up the ladder of safety. The mayor said he believes the schools will have a reality different from anywhere else around them. But added, We're going to watch the situation carefully. Rich lamb.

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Tickets Required To View Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree, Changes Made To Other Holiday Traditions In New York City This Year

John Catsimatidis

00:30 sec | 3 d ago

Tickets Required To View Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree, Changes Made To Other Holiday Traditions In New York City This Year

"Of spiking covert, Rachel need a ticket division, the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree. We'll have substantial presence out there from NYPD and other agencies, Mayor de Blasio says traffic lanes will be closed off, and there will be no public access for Wednesday night's tree lighting ceremony, all all part part of of an an an effort effort effort to to to limit limit limit crowds crowds crowds and and and prevent prevent prevent visits visits visits to to to the the the Christmas Christmas Christmas tree tree tree from from from becoming becoming becoming super super super spreader spreader spreader events. events. events. Sion's Sion's Sion's way way wearing wearing a a mess. mess. We're washing our hands, but we have to live, too. I'm

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New York City Will Reopen Elementary Schools and Reduce Hybrid Learning

Morning Edition

04:14 min | 4 d ago

New York City Will Reopen Elementary Schools and Reduce Hybrid Learning

"Public schools plan to welcome some students back into classrooms next Monday, Mayor DiBlasio says the option will be available for three K through fifth graders who have already opted into the city's blended learning model. That move excludes nearly two thirds of the city students who had already opted out Here to talk us through it all is w n Y. C is planning Editor Kate Hinds. Hey, Kate. Good morning, David. It's okay. First Mayor de Blasio had really been sticking to his earlier decision to close down schools if the citywide positivity rate reached 3% He went ahead and did it even though he faced some pretty vocal criticism over that. What seems to have brought about this new change of heart? Yeah, There's quite a bit of whiplash happening in the school's policy. But I'm going to guess it was the ferocious pushback. He got from many parents and local elected officials, who pointed out that it was inconsistent to keep Children from learning in person. At the same time, bars and restaurants are allowed to operate. Albeit at lower capacity, and that 3% benchmark was something that had been set in the summer, you know, months ago, and of course, the science is changing and evolving all the time, and it seemed to some people. Inconsistent to stick to something that was a low number set, you know, way back in the early you know what was then an earlier time in the pandemic, also, even though coronavirus cases are increasing right now, in New York City's positivity rate is 3.9%. That number's been lower in schools before the mayor shut down all in person learning 12 days ago. 0.28% of the school based tests were positive. So there is consensus at least right now. That transmission of is less of an issue in schools than in other settings. OK, so help us understand All of this, though not all kids are going to be able to go back to schools. The decision Comes with a lot of asterisks who gets to go back so buildings will reopen on December 10th for students in all grades of what's known as District 75. These are students with the most significant disabilities but one week from today Monday, December 7th schools serving three K pre K and students in kindergarten through fifth grade, will reopen two families who were already in blended learning. So, in other words, if you picked and all remote program, you are still all remote. If you were hybrid, you're moving, or you might be moving to a more in person experience. But school's still have to determine if they have the space to do that increased in person learning because spacing protocols still apply. It may be that schools that already had a high number of kids opting into hyper learning won't really be able to expand capacity will be watching that closely. It's the school's who had just small numbers of students showing up for in person 123 days a week who might be able to expand in person learning again for the students who had already signed up. So this turns out to be roughly about 190,000 students All told that this will affect that still a fraction of the 1.1 million public school students in New York City. Who's not returning to school yet middle and high school students there is still no plan yet to return them to in person learning, and the mayor said they'll be working on that in the days and weeks to come. Okay. Lot of unknowns here. How is this gonna work? Well, elementary kids be using Buildings and staff previously assigned to older students. Great question. I don't know the answer to that, you know, space and available teachers is going to be a huge consideration. 20% of students and staff will need to be tested each week and the mayor keeps hammering home how important it is to fill out the consent form and that you will not be allowed to go due to Returned to a school building. Without that consent form. There are still protocols to close classrooms or schools in the event of positive cases. And of course, we have to take into consideration Governor Cuomo's zone protocols, so schools in red or orange zones have will have different requirements. And there's still an orange zone in Staten Island right now, although schools contest out of that, and what about those bars and gyms that have stayed open or are there any plans to rethink that in face of the recent increase in covert cases? Right. Well, unlike schools, which are you know, seemed to be more or less under the control of localities on Lee Governor Cuomo can determine if bars and restaurants and gyms have to shut down, so that's something that will be watching closely. Okay, a

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New York City Reveals Plan to Bring Kids Back to In-Person Learning Next Week

Steve Scott

00:54 sec | 4 d ago

New York City Reveals Plan to Bring Kids Back to In-Person Learning Next Week

"Pre K and elementary schools will reopen one week from today. Middle schools and high schools will reopen at a later date. The only students that will be able to return to in person classes next week will be those who are already signed up for in person learning. Mayor de Blasio also announced the city will be moving away from its hybrid system and give parents the option to send kids to school five days a week and increased testing. We will have consent forms required for attendance. I want to emphasize this Students will not be able to attend school unless they have a consent form. They don't agree on a lot. But on this governor Cuomo supports the mayor. I think what the mayor did re opening the school's was was the right decision. The new plan means the city will no longer use the 3% positivity rate as a threshold for closing schools. New

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Small Business Saturday: Shop Local

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

02:11 min | 5 d ago

Small Business Saturday: Shop Local

"Has come and gone. So has black Friday so today was small business Saturday a day that could could make make or or break break mom mom and and pop pop stores stores around around the the city city and and the the nation nation as as they they struggle struggle to to stay stay afloat afloat during during the the pandemic. pandemic. Correspondent, Correspondent, A A Packer Packer report report so so many many small small businesses businesses hoping hoping holiday holiday shoppers shoppers will will help help keep keep their doors open Today. Ralphie earlier runs an art shop in Brooklyn, New York, small business Saturday. There were people who just come in to the shop. For that purpose to support their small business, and we were really grateful. We have a lot of customers that do that. And you can show up with small businesses remotely. Dana Isom Johnson trained expert for e commerce site, etc. If you want to support your local community, all you have to do is set your filter on Etsy to your local city or state, and that way you'll have search results. And our matching back to the area that she wanted directly support. Here in New York Mayor De Blasio visited the Strand bookstore in lower Manhattan on this small business Saturday. Here, it's New Yorkers not to forget to shop in their own neighborhoods have to be a little little bit up in New Yorkers faces here at this holiday season. Don't just talk about saving small businesses actually go out and save them. Go out and use your power. And make a difference because we need the strand to be here next year. Some political leaders Marc small business Saturday by pushing a tax break dubbed the Manhattan Mom and Pop Tax Relief Act. The measure would suspend collection of the commercial rent tax from some small businesses for as long as the pandemic continues to wreak havoc on their revenue, state senator Bread oilman tells 10 10 wins that about 5500 Mom and Pops will be eligible to have their tax suspended the commercial road characters charge on Lee to commercial tenants in Manhattan south of 96th Street. And it's almost a 4% effective tax on their rent paid this bill. The Manhattan Moment Top Tax Relief Act is going to provide additional relief to the salt businesses amend this pandemic, especially since the government is ordered so many of them To restrict their sales during the pandemic. This is the least we can do without any financial help, especially as more pandemic lockdowns are considered. Oilman says more of the city's small businesses are going to disappear. Wins

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New Yorkers urged to 'Shop Your City' to save small businesses

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:19 sec | Last week

New Yorkers urged to 'Shop Your City' to save small businesses

"The pandemic has dealt a serious blow to small businesses, many of them now struggling to keep the doors open. So New Yorkers are being urged to spend close to home this year with the shop Your city initiative, the city has nearly 240,000 small businesses, accounting for well over three million jobs. Mayor de Blasio, another city leaders say shopping at your local businesses helps your own neighborhood.

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"mayor de blasio" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

01:35 min | Last week

"mayor de blasio" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"I did see it, and some people are suggesting the reason that the tree they picked or is because it is a deterrent, so people don't go crowd around it simple they want. They want to make it ugly. They're like, Yeah, we're gonna pass this year. Let's not get into big groups of people and go sing carols because we shouldn't be gathering. We shouldn't be singing in the trees ugly anyway. What is it possible that the big that's a big draw? You know, people drive in. Let's go see the tree and it's outdoors. So people make feel safe doing that. Maybe this is their way of saying Don't don't come here. Maybe if they want to really deter people. They could just have like big Jumbotrons on either side of the tree with constant loop of speeches from Mayor de Blasio and Governor Cuomo that might scare people off. You said this tree reminds you this remind you of Bobby, your husband based on an incident recently. So during like the height of quarantine, where you know the hair places were closed while most people couldn't get a haircut. Besides Pelosi, I gave Bobby a haircut where it which included, you know, some sort of snipping at the time. Up in some training with a buzzer and they end up looking like this tree. He ended up looking like this trees, So he sent this out to a group. We have a group chat, and he sent this out to them and be like is Christine gave the trimming of the Christmas tree in 2020. I still can't believe he let you do that. I mean, Bobby, Dude, you know what you're dealing with. And with that we are done and out of time. Another best of episode tomorrow. Here on the program. Thank.

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New York City Mayor De Blasio Promises New Plan On Reopening Schools Next Week, Regrets Not Having A Plan Already

Michael Wallace

01:01 min | Last week

New York City Mayor De Blasio Promises New Plan On Reopening Schools Next Week, Regrets Not Having A Plan Already

"Has a plan to reopen public schools in stages after the Thanksgiving holiday, but is not offering specifics. As we hear from WCBS reporter Steve Burn. What they had been doing was working, says Mayor De Blasio's. But the new schools plan needs to work even better. With cases on the rise in the city. I think what is starting to emerge is a picture that is just to focus on more testing. And other measures to just intensify, he says The new plan will be announced next week following the abrupt closure last week. The mayor says he regrets not having a plan B ready to go. But I also understand why we didn't because we were really dealing with so many day to day, hour to hour issues. Issues now are around which schools would reopen. First, We're going to focus first on special education schools District 75, then early childhood and elementary school should any parts of the city be declared an orange Red Zone school reopening would then be in the governor's hands. He has said he wants schools to stay open, citing low transmission rates.

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Frustrated Parents Demand New York Reopen Schools; De Blasio Says Plan Is Coming Next Week

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:00 min | Last week

Frustrated Parents Demand New York Reopen Schools; De Blasio Says Plan Is Coming Next Week

"City. Parents with kids in school are waiting. When Will those kids be allowed to return to school? Mayor De Blasio says he'll announce how they'll reopen schools next week and it will be in phases with parents involved next week. We're gonna announce the details of how we will come back. Will be in stages. We will find a way back through this pandemic because we proved we could keep our school safe. But we're gonna have to come back a different way given some of the challenges we're facing with The second wave bearing down on the mayor of school pandemic policy was the topic of a protest outside Gracie Mansion. Among those speaking Brooklyn borough president, Eric Adams. You okay? You incarcerated. Hey, These parents are not only fighting to have the child received a seat and a school building fighting to show at the child. Don't have a seat in a jail cell. This'd what? His battle with power

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New York City Mayor De Blasio Promises New Plan On Reopening Schools Next Week, Regrets Not Having A Plan Already

LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers

00:52 sec | Last week

New York City Mayor De Blasio Promises New Plan On Reopening Schools Next Week, Regrets Not Having A Plan Already

"Bill de Blasio says public schools will reopen. But as we hear from NPR's Sally her ships, the plan for getting back in classrooms is not yet firm. Mayor De Blasio's shared some details. Public schools will reopen in stages with a focus on special in early education and coronavirus testing involved. 300,000 students will increase from once a month. But DiBlasio says the city has been focused on trying to reduce 3% virus. Positivity rate the point at which school shut down so a full plan isn't ready yet. We didn't have a plan B and we should have had a plan B. But I also understand why we didn't because we were really dealing with so many day to day, hour to hour issues and trying to find a way to avert getting to that. 3%. The mayor says the reopening plan will be released next week. Sally, her ship's NPR news. More people

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New York Judge Rules Homeless Men Living At Lucerne Must Leave Upper West Side Hotel

Lynda Lopez

00:34 sec | Last week

New York Judge Rules Homeless Men Living At Lucerne Must Leave Upper West Side Hotel

"The homeless men at the Lucerne Hotel are getting kicked out, a New York judge ruled today. We have to move out out of their upper West Side hotel. The decision comes about a month after a temporary restraining order was issued, allowing them to stay until a final ruling was made. Some upper West Siders had complained bitterly about an increase in violence, drug use and public urination. After the homeless men moved in. Mayor de Blasio had agreed to move them to a hotel in the financial district. The city had put them in the Lucerne to prevent the spread of the coronavirus that shelters

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2 New York police officers shot during domestic violence call, suspected shooter dead

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:13 min | Last week

2 New York police officers shot during domestic violence call, suspected shooter dead

"Officers were shot and wounded while responding to a domestic violence call. They returned fire and killed the suspect. This was in Queens, not far from JFK Airport. Domestic violence Officers hospitalized with gunshot wounds are credited by Mayor de Blasio for saving a woman's life. They protect survivors of domestic violence. They go into some of the most volatile, difficult situations that you could possibly imagine some of the most difficult work that any police officers do. Cops say the officers just finished escorting a woman home. Here are one 79th street when a man ambush them at around 12 45 Police Commission, Dermot Shea identified him as 41 year old Rondo copy walks in the door. The residents Begin shooting at the two officers. Please say that 41 year old woman found a report at a nearby precinct of a domestic violence incident the night before. Another woman who claims to be copies friend came here stunned after hearing about the shooting. This is a personal tries to make everyone happy. He tries. He didn't deserve to die like this. Police say they've received a message calls here before she says Copy was a security guard for CUNY and was a licensed gun carrier. Darius Ramsey has 10 10 wins the Springfield Gardens, Queens. It's news time

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2 New York police officers shot in Queens while responding to Springfield Gardens domestic call, suspect dead

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:17 min | Last week

2 New York police officers shot in Queens while responding to Springfield Gardens domestic call, suspect dead

"Our eyes on that police involved shooting in Queens today. Cops they had all started when they responded to a house, which has a fairly had its share of domestic violence. Newsman Darius Register with the story. The neighborhood is shaken after two officers were shot at a home here or one 79th street. Just come outside. Make sure there's nobody I know, hoping it happened at around 12. 45 Tuesday afternoon as the officers were taking a 41 year old woman home from the 105th precinct where Commissioner Shea says she reported a domestic violence incident the night before the subject returned to the residents walks in the door the residents and begin shooting at the two offices. One officer was struck in the hands, the other in the leg. They returned fire and killed the shooter before the officers were rushed to Jamaica Hospital. Officials identified the suspect as 41 year old Rondell Gabi. Based on the information We believe him to be who he is no criminal history and a licensed firearm. Handler. Cops say he worked as a security guard for CUNY. The 41 year old woman was not injured. Mayor de Blasio praised the officers. They saved that woman's life. Darius Francie is 10 10 wins in Springfield Gardens, Queens. Cops say the suspect had three guns. One of them was found under his body. The names of the officers were not released by the way again, their injuries not considered life threatening tonight.

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

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | Last week

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

"David Norman Dinkins began his life in Trenton, New Jersey, but New York was his heart and soul. His family moved to Harlem during the Depression. And it was there that he made his mark in government in politics, rising to become the first African American mayor in New York City in 1989. He called the city of gorgeous mosaic initiating programs with lasting impact. He launched the highly regarded Safe Streets Safe Cities program, the beginning of a reduction in crime that continues to this day. But there were polarizing events, the racially charged Crown heights riots and a boycott of a Korean deli in Brooklyn. Mayor De Blasio has always been proud to say that he met his wife, sure Lane when they both worked in the Dinkins administration. Renamed the city's magnificent municipal building in his

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New York City COVID 7-day positivity rate rises to 3.11%

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:18 sec | Last week

New York City COVID 7-day positivity rate rises to 3.11%

"Continues to be in better shape than many other states right now, the numbers are accelerating here as well. The city's rolling 70 positive test rate has risen to 3.11% 2. Days after public schools shut down in person Learning now, mayor de Blasio says more restrictions might soon be on the way, including another band of indoor dining, and not

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"mayor de blasio" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:34 min | 3 months ago

"mayor de blasio" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Mayor de Blasio is mourning of possible layoffs, including F D N y E M. T s. People will die a dire warning from the president of the union or in bars away who could be faced with 400 layoffs. The crimes in New York City are we have 50 people shot every weekend. Who's gonna pick up all these people? I don't understand. Where is the logic and it's also a slap in the face is bars late to an ambulance corps that handled 650,911 calls a day at the height of the pandemic. Four AM tees died of Cove it and three took their own lives. Mayor De Blasio says he will work with the unions to help find alternatives. They have other ways of saving money. We want to hear them because we're looking for every way to avert layoffs, but what we can't do is act like we have money when we don't have it. The mayor says The crisis could be averted with a federal stimulus or borrowing authority from Albany. Marla Diamond. WCBS NEWS radio 8 80 3900, Connecticut residents have qualified for state aid to help pay the rent. The state are only set aside $10 million to help 2500 people. So now it's adding another 10 million to the pot. Housing advocates say that's nice, but the state still has to do something about the people who can't afford to make up, Miss Trent. Governor, Lamont Eviction moratorium expires tomorrow. He hasn't said if he plans to extend it, Rafael Podolski with Connecticut legal services says when that moratorium expires. Crisis begins. An indictment unsealed today in Manhattan, charges President Trump's former adviser, Steve Bannon, with ripping off donors to the border wall W. CBS's Peter Haskell has details. He was once one of the president's chief strategist, and now he's facing wire fraud charges. And and is accused of funneling private donations into his own pocket. Scheme involved and co funding page called. We built the wall private donors for as to help President Trump fulfill his promise to build a wall on the southern border. The effort raised $25 million And and and three other men promised they wouldn't be paid. The indictment claims he's came hundreds of thousands of dollars. His 66 year old. What's resident is this morning? Peter has school that huge city as whose radio 80 president. Trump says he knew nothing about that fund raising campaign. He calls Bannon's arrest very sad and surprising. He said he thought it was being done for showboating reasons. Thie Democratic National Convention.

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"mayor de blasio" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:57 min | 4 months ago

"mayor de blasio" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Mayor de Blasio calling it a warning light, but not Quite sure why there's an uptick in Sunset Park. We're going to be out there intensely to get that answer quickly time. Scott Pringle double the New York City School officials are calling on Mayor de Blasio to delay the start of in person learning because of Corona virus concerns. A union representing principals and administrators sent a letter to the mayor in schools Chancellor's today. Saying they have many concerns and the time is running out. They feel schools won't be ready with all safety guidance in time that the start of the academic year in the fall the union hopes the start of in person learning Khun be phased in and delayed until at least the end of September. Another New York landmark is being lost to the pandemic. Mohr from Lisa G. The fame that Sherman tobacconist on 42nd and fifth happen, You will be closing its doors on September 25th. The store, which sells specialty cigars and cigarettes, has been in business for 90 years, and over the decades, Humphrey Bogart and John Wayne were known to be fans, the brand's owner tells The Wall Street Journal Midtown is empty, and so is the store. I'm Lisa G. W. R News president Trump giving a wide ranging briefing from the White House today. During which he was asked press questions. The comment on his recent charging and changing of new income housing requirements for many suburbs, the president said, As far as low income requirements go, the people who have worked hard to be in those suburbs should not have their quality of life disrupted by the problem that low income housing tends to bring forth all their lives to be there, And then all of a sudden they have something happened. It changes their life and changes what they fought for. For so many years. Critics of the president's abolishing of the low income housing requirements are slamming them is racist and promoting of segregation. California Senator Kamala Harris says she's ready to get to work. And Joe I'm so proud to stand with you and I do so mindful. Of all the heroic and.

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"mayor de blasio" Discussed on Mark Simone

Mark Simone

02:34 min | 4 months ago

"mayor de blasio" Discussed on Mark Simone

"What do you think as soon as the camera was? Think trump's stormed away. Do you think that's him? But I will say this I give the president. High marks on this. He was gracious afterwards. we, we're GONNA. Do this shot in the Colonna said? Let's go to the Oval Office where it was about thirty degrees cooler with a very pleasant talk. He you know he he couldn't treat me better. He was a real gentleman. and you know he knows a tough interview and he accepts that. The game. Chris Wallace doesn't really understand what was going on. There Chris Wallace is one of the most hated guys in America I know here in the bubble. If you go to. These Manhattan dinner parties, Chris Wallace if you go to Washington Dinner Parties Chris Wallace of respected revere journalists around America is one of the most hated guys. He's thought of as an annoying. Annoying, little weasel, just a real left-wing weasel, so that's why trump picked him it Chris. Wallace never stopped and thought about it. Why would he pick me out of all the Sunday shows Chris Wallace has the lowest rate of the Sunday shows. Id Pick me because he wanted everybody to see Chris Wallace. Go after because it helps trump and he wanted to. His base to see him slap and Chris Wallace around so but the by. You'd agree. You've never seen anything like this I mean we're always kind of some left-wing reports? But you've never seen this kind of bias in the news media. It's just they definitely treat trump different than. Democrats that's for sure. Yeah I was watching Brian Williams used to be a good journalist, but he opens last night with President has totally changed. His tune unmasks here. He is tweeting out a picture of him with a mask. This is a far cry what he said in March. And then the pave play the clip where in March, it was him, said well. You know if I'm in the Oval Office behind the resolute desk and on meeting a foreign leader. I. Don't think it looks good to have a mask on when I'm talking to them, which makes sense? That's the same thing that Cuomo believes and every, so they ran that clip to show the amazing contradiction of this. But. They never mentioned anything about Who did a sixty minutes interview? In March urging people not to wear a mask. He went on sixty minutes explained for five minutes. Why a doesn't work! Don't wear a mask. Don't use it. We should not wear masters in March Have you ever heard any of these Brian? Williams types to a piece on the way. She has a far cry from what she said in March. They never bring it up. Fact. You know the Chris Wallace interview. Trump tries to mention it and Chris Wallace cuts him off immediately immediately won't let them get it out of his mouth. We'll let him say..

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"mayor de blasio" Discussed on Mark Simone

Mark Simone

03:38 min | 4 months ago

"mayor de blasio" Discussed on Mark Simone

"Not The governor of estate decided to take a trip. Since when does that make the evening news a five ten minute feature on the evening news, but they. They covered his trip. They showed him sitting on the plane with a twelve twenty empty seats in every direction because he chartered the whole plane, they did a rough hitting interview with him. They said what about the senior citizens that died in the nursing homes. And he said well. The report came in these the investigation. The report showed that wasn't. From, the corona virus patient centered in the nursing homes to turned out, came in from the employees. The workers in the nursing homes now. This is the most idiotic explanation where we're. You're not supposed to believe that the people with Corona virus tested positive Senate in the nursing homes. That didn't cause it. It was the employees who never tested positive. They're the ones that caused so corrupt NBC News. Okay! Thank you that answers that and they move onto the next question. Can you imagine what what reporter wouldn't say? But what you're saying isn't even. I thought he'd of you. I couldn't believe it was oh. Okay, Yep thank you. Totally corrupt NBC, News, a totally corrupt Chris, Wallace the most corrupt guy in the world screaming at the president remember the argument. Was that The president claimed Joe Biden was for defunding the police and Wallace screaming. You never defend the police. He didn't say defunding police. Now first of all, isn't that wall saying that defunding police is a bad thing, a horrible thing and that it would be a horrible slur to ever accused anybody of being for that isn't at the point Chris. Wallace ends up making whether intended to or not. He's admitting defunding. The police is the worst thing in the world. But he's screaming. By never said from the police well. Here's the exact quote of Biden. This is what Biden said. He was for the exact quote. Some of the funding for police should be redirected into different programs such as mental health counseling. What does that mean that means take away the funding? No that's redirecting. That's fun. Yes, so you? You're in a world of complete liars. Everybody was just lying now. NBC News Chris Wallace but you gotta give President Trump Credit and real credit. For having the nerve to do this kind of stuff, look at Biden's in the basement hiding when he doesn't interview with a far left wing blogger. WHO's campaigning for them? And the interviews are ninety seconds and then. Biden has to go trump in an hour. Live with the biggest trump hater on earth knows Chris Wallace is a huge trumpeter. He knows Chris. Wallace is biased slanted. He knows Chris Wallace is very aggressive vicious interviewer, so he agreed to do. Even Chris Wallace is. The president is out there. He's at their in this broiling heat with me for an hour took all the questions. You can like answers dislike them, but he had, he had answers and Joe. Biden hasn't faced that kind of scrutiny housing face that kind of exposure. Where would he get the kind of exposure? Who's going to give them a hard time? do Hannity or Tucker Tucker. Did you see this New York Times? He's trying to do a story. infused to publish Tucker Carlson's address and tell everybody where he lives. He's already been the victim of antiques storming his house and threatening his wife. Can you imagine that New York Times trying to do that. That's awful, just horrible. Awful! He's He's gotten very public about trying to stop the times and doing it. So, what do you think can happen after the interview with Chris Wallace?.

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"mayor de blasio" Discussed on Mark Simone

Mark Simone

05:29 min | 5 months ago

"mayor de blasio" Discussed on Mark Simone

"Even pay attention to them. I, don't know these concerts have had enough of this zoom stuff I. It's amazing how they can play together though because the synchronization. you'd think it'd be a little delay or something, but apparently not, and even a Jimmy Fallon the tonight. Show I suddenly much better as much more real interesting from home. But now. Three months into, I've had enough of his stupid looking house. You've ever seen his house. The whole thing is like a tree house. That's a little kids playroom. Touch this guy's mentality, so enough with the zoom enough with all of this anyway Hey. We'll talk to Ann Coulter. We'll see what she's got to say. Next about defunding the police about all this crazy stuff. We'll get to that in a moment on seven ten W. O. R.. Let's get the latest news. Here's Joe. Bartlett listen to what you missed whenever you want. It's Mark Simone on. Demand can't use broadcasts at seven ten W. O. R. DOT COM slash mark. Mark Simone on seven ten W or. Wow, we're looking for in Coulter Do we have her? Let me know. Okay. We'll get her Oh, curb. Your enthusiasm just got renewed for an eleventh season. Now this HBO. The greatest place could work for because A season is whatever you want it to be. You know a big TV network I got up. Twenty two episodes got to be done by September this. Hbo Whatever you think, eight eight episodes ten twelve whatever you want. To take two years to make them go ahead, remember the Sopranos go off after the end of the season, and you'd wait to three years for the new season begins, so it'll be the eleventh season of curb. Your enthusiasm now will actually that means when they get with the season. They'll be at one hundred episodes. I don't know if that means anything anymore. On what still needs the same but it used to be if you had one hundred episodes, go into syndication yet enough shows. He cares about. Do we find an coulter Picking up that number I gave you gave her a pick up that number, so we're having a little trouble with the phone trying to get connected. Let me say. Pick up that number if she's on that.

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"mayor de blasio" Discussed on Mark Simone

Mark Simone

02:56 min | 5 months ago

"mayor de blasio" Discussed on Mark Simone

"You can even go in the water although I wouldn't recommend you ever see what's in that water in New York City. Forget, forget sharks bodies. You got everything in there It's That's that's pretty interesting. Though how how slow it's been reopened, the numbers are way down here. their way down. Almost everywhere got a couple of states recent little spike nobody can figure out why foul chief who's never write about. Anything thinks it's the bars, and that's it wouldn't make any sense. The other states have had bars that are packed and no problem there. So the the bars where it spreads, we don't know where it started from to get into the bars. Number. And I blame the protesters because you see a lot of these ZIP codes. where the outbreak ZIP codes matched with the protesting ZIP codes. The other thing is also saw outbreak among police. Why because they were the protests? There's no outbreak among bartenders or waiters. So that tells you something Hey! We lost Carl Reiner. You know everybody's worried about Mel Brooks now because they were inseparable for the last couple of years, they spent every day and night together. Mel Brooks would go to Carl Reiner House. They would sit there for literally ten hours. They'd Watch TV together. They loved Rachel. Maddow, these too crazy, left-wing guys, but that's okay, but they would watch all these shows. And Well here's carliner. He said this is so life. Mel Brooks coming up. If you have one good friend, you're lucky. And I have one good friend. We call him my best friend. My life is is fuller because I've had mellon my life if he doesn't come over, I don't know what to do with myself. Yeah. And Mel Brooks that was his whole life. He's got a son, but his wife's no longer with us, so everybody's worried about Mel Brooks not without Carl Reiner Bryner was ninety eight Mel. Brooks I think ninety seven unbelievable. The longevity of these guys anyway We got lots to get to check out the web page. In fact if you love Carl Reiner. You read these things about his career so many accomplishments. What does he want to be remembered for well here? He is giving you the answer to that. Also, this is Great Watch this. This is the. Biden briefing yesterday they've got a sign language interpreter, but watch this. The interpreter can't figure out what he's saying. Watch her stop. She trying to what the hell he's saying. also black lives matter the actual organization. Who is this organization? WHO GETS THE MONEY? Where's the money to take a look at this report? It's all up on the web page. Go to seven ten W. O.. R., DOT COM SLASH MARK, seven ten W. O. R. DOT COM slash mark. This is the mark Simone Mr New York seven ten W. Well. Let's take some calls. Eight hundred three to one, zero, seven ten is the number. Let's go to Michael in Nutley New Jersey Hey, Michael. Hey Mark I..

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"mayor de blasio" Discussed on Mark Simone

Mark Simone

03:30 min | 5 months ago

"mayor de blasio" Discussed on Mark Simone

"She did call for that New York, let's test out her district. As a test case no police in her district and we'll see how that goes. We'll give that six months and see how it works out well. Let's try that out or you know. What if you want to your house, your neighborhood? You want to sign up that no call list. If you don't want any telemarketers well ever no police list you want. Your neighborhood or your house ought to be protected by the police. Sign Up. A good system save a lot of money that way work out, just fine. I'm sure. Yeah! And this is CUOMO's New York. This is governor. CUOMO's New York graffiti everywhere. MOBS protesting rioting looting. This is CUOMO'S NEW YORK. And what is he doing? cavs state police. We're going. Have Department of Health monitors upstate in authority monitors. To check for masks, rioting looting graffiti. Your House burned. That's one thing, but as you have a mask on. He's trying to gauge. How bad the noncompliance is. What is he talking about? Large crowds he is okay I. Mean You you? You're a criminal, I guess, but if you go into a large crowd on, that's a problem. He's got the police out there looking for a large crowd in front of any bar or restaurant. I bought a week ago when there was six thousand people, rioting and looting in the street. Where was the WH? You were gauging anything back then you know I I think. He said they were expressing themselves. At if you go to a restaurant, you go bar. If that state police car comes by no, no, no, we're looting, okay? They'll drive away. They're going to be looking all throughout the city. This see New Yorkers are complying. Go so in that state police got that smokey bear hat state police. There to look funny in New York City, don't they? Come? Fifteen hundred Lexington with their smokey, the bear uniform on looked forest ranger uniform. In the meatpacking. when they roll down the window gathering, no, where rioting. Okay, sorry and they'll drive away. Just carry a black lives, matter sign or defunding police sign or something signed. Nobody'll. restaurants to have noticed one way or the other, and I WANNA get a snapshot of tonight. What's happening, so I make an informed decision tomorrow. Though his three state trooper cars. I don't think they're gonNA really great. Stay places a good organization. I know they look a little out of place here in the winter uniform. Oh now where they're fine. Yeah, I know I love the state police I think the state police are great. I'm saying if you'RE GONNA send them first of all. If he would take charge, he should send the state police and let them patrol the streets I'm I'm not making phone. State police are making fun of them. UNMASK DUTY, and I'm sure these guys have great a law enforcement guys. I'm sure they didn't devote their lives to this to check for face masks they should be. They should be deployed all over new. York City and let them go to work here if we got. LISTEN NYPD greatest police force in the world, but the mayor's going to hold them back and order them to retreat and order them to stand down..

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"mayor de blasio" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

07:12 min | 7 months ago

"mayor de blasio" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Is the number mayor de Blasio warning that others may be furloughs the city in such a budget crunch they may also cut services so we just warning everybody you know this luxury concierge service you've been getting from the city may start to slip a little anywhere this does take some calls go to Jack and Boston Hey Jack how you doing mark hello now holding a lawyer Joe very you know general Flynn's ordeal and the president's ordeal of course all fake news but this is a bigger a bigger story I got as you enjoy something do you guys get sick in the stomach whatever you hear the Democrats all the fake news media talking about I'm not talking about general Flynn and not talking about the Russian hoax because this was an attempted coup welcome to New York and I'll buy you enjoy the best of the best first route you choose it by Obama put in caps because since its coal jobs in South Carolina welcome back I love you Jack but I don't know that I want to sit through a whole yeah I can talk about the crew for the holding area well he was what you're gonna see in Blaine hand counts I don't think I should go to South Carolina because Joe says he'd love to have dinner with you act so we can try and find me well yeah that was that the general Flynn situation is so ridiculous and I love the way there's nobody dirty or slow easier than Adam Schiff and Jerry that I love the way they both chimed in yesterday this is a S. carriage of justice and William Barr's corrupt wait'll you see the documents that are coming out not so much now because that was totally irrelevant I put I was tweeting about yes they want to hash tag a Jerry Nadler apparently there's no hash tag there is already a hashtag so but forget him but Schiff is in real trouble there are documents coming and stuff coming out there's gonna be a document dump on him it might be later today that's going to take him down he is going to probably have to leave that committee and more could happen to him but this is just the beginning with Durham report is coming I know they always say everybody's good and died and it never happens hopefully it will but even if for some reason they still don't indict these guys all the facts and figures and documents are coming out on this whole bunch on call me all the dirty cops Colby Straka page McCabe bug clapper and Brennan will be tied into this and you'll see that the president Obama I don't know if you ordered or organized to be you'll see that he was being kept in the loop on it so all of this is coming out lots of documents coming let's go to al in the Morristown New Jersey et al yeah yeah we got a call to be held criminally responsible to have the best of the court that put in the code of Irish people into the nursing homes and also governor Pataki is calling for a federal investigation of the situation yeah it's a dual sim there clearly was a dumb order from governor Cuomo it's not a crime I'm sure it was just complete stupidity lack of after planning and good management it was idiotic he'll pretend that it wasn't him and he is you know you just remember that corruption in Albany we now started forming a commission I'll investigate this the Moreland commission sues a certified if you close the right down so this is a this is a terrible situation he his administration ordered the nursing homes to take corona virus patients in ridiculous he had an empty Javits center with three thousand empty beds he had the comfort get plenty of places he could put these people but instead he ordered the nursing homes to take him they are in no way equipped to control infection it's spread to the nursing homes and killed thirty five hundred senior citizens he you watch the a briefing acts like he's just hearing about this go back and look at his March order ordering the nursing homes to do it his name is right at the top of the order his name's right there on the page and the health commissioner so he's fully responsible you'll pretend it's not him but the problem is there could be a federal investigation of it George Pataki will be all over does nothing criminal on the part of income but it was just bad management and stupidity hopefully nothing like that will happen again let's go to robin White Plains Hey rob how you doing how are you good long time listener love your show usually we with you actually I agree with you a hundred percent of the time except for yesterday what happened you were you were touting Andrew Cuomo as being such a great orator and speaker and he should be the next nominee Wayne is the media kind of press him on him crying about the budget and how new Yorkers broke what do you got a seven billion dollar budget he's a horrible governor if you start to look at his record he was sort of what I was saying was if you're the Democratic Party if you the Democrats he is the most red hot guy in the world right now for Democrats is the best or true they got nobody is hotter right now the democratic world than him why would you make Menomonie the great maplestory no but don't tell them they don't know that his act doesn't play in the middle of America but exactly that system column that anyway thanks for Colin rob yeah I mean listen if you got a guy if you're the baseball manager at the bottom of the ninth and they got one out left and you got two guys on the bench and one is batting a thousand in this red hot and the others in the slump we gonna send up to the plate Cuomo is red hot right now he's the best talker the Democrats have I think the Democrats you used to hear them he does these rambling briefings with a doesn't give you any actual content is just rambling and personality and the Democrats heated up they love it you got that well you got a disease old man in the basement doesn't know where he is who you gonna run will you send up the plate right now it's got to be Cuomo when we come back how we Kerr will be with us we'll talk to him in just a moment to see what he thinks about all this on seven 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O. R. let's get the latest news here's Joe Bartlett okay Marc Maeda blood hisses capacity at the Hudson River park is now going to be limited to prevent overcrowding the NYPD gonna step up its presence to with the domino park in Brooklyn mayor says going to go on the offensive against corona virus he's launching a test and trace court is going to focus on preventing infection governor Murphy says he'd be shocked at the beaches in New Jersey we're not open for Memorial Day but he says social distancing guidelines will have to be followed and that would be a limit on capacity and Connecticut governor Ned Lamont offering more details today about the state's plan to re open it is on target to restart the economy may twenty twenty eight point five million Americans lost their job in April as the outbreak took a devastating toll on the economy the unemployment rate has jumped to fourteen point seven percent next updated eleven breaking news at one start your day with Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the morning six to ten on Monday I'm Joe Bartlett on.

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02:56 min | 7 months ago

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"Last night mayor de Blasio's reported this morning that last night a hundred thirty nine homeless individuals out of two hundred fifty two who were engaged by our outreach workers and by the NYPD officers agreed to come in to shelter W. CBS news time ten thirty four president trump has backtracked now in disbanding the corona virus task force CBS news White House correspondent Steven Portnoy with a story that just changed literally the past hour and a half despite saying last night that he organized a new panel focused on reviving the economy the president says his current group of experts will keep convening the task force he says will continue on indefinitely but he says it will add the re opening of the country to its mission its composition may change he says some people added in other subtracted but the development of vaccines and therapeutics he says will be a central goal and about developing vaccines new human trials for a possible vaccine are under way with the method being used by Fizer never before Broughton FDA FDA approved vaccine to market using this particular method CBS news medical contributor Dr David agus explains what Fizer is doing differently they're using what we call our in a vaccine so it's not a piece of the virus that's classically use it's actually the instructions for the virus or RNA and they're injected in the body the human body makes the protein in an immune response attacks the protein hopefully prevents the virus visor is being clever is they're taking for parts of the spy protein and putting that into four separate vaccine to four shots on goal in the beginning in several hundred patients to see if you can make a good enough immune response to go to a much larger trial to hopefully prevent the virus back to David Egan says that even though there is a rush to develop a vaccine that doesn't mean it's not going to be safe vaccines historically have been safe and we're doing the safety studies now some steps were skip with some of the vaccines in animal work others had years of animal work to get the the the vaccine itself ready and so each one of them had different safety work done will have going forward there is no way a vaccine is going forward in the patients in large scale in less is proven safe and so I hope that this works you know the big very well to me is William you response be strong enough to prevent the virus and we should know that for some of the vaccines in the middle of June CBS news medical contributor Dr David Angus now what about the mutating nature of this virus are now hearing about we'll get to that next here on W. CBS after traffic and weather together ten thirty six W. CBS news time on Wednesday hi Lucy from Texas here with more of our time spent at home it was inevitable that our dishwasher stopped working luckily I'm a member of American home shield I went online to request service and then a qualified local contractor came out to fix the problem it didn't matter that.

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02:42 min | 7 months ago

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"A person mayor de Blasio with the video appearance at the governor's briefing said the closures provide the opportunity to help the homeless since no one will be allowed to stay on board when the trains and stations close because they're not going and then you actually become involved ground where hello bus and metro north fleets will also be disinfected with no interruption to service the MTA says it'll be able to do all this as long as ridership is as low as it is Sonia Rincon ten ten wins news again this all starts next Wednesday at one eight AM get ready for everybody dimazio says today was pretty good in our battle against the corona virus not perfect enough New York at fewer hospitalizations that is and there's also a drop in the number of people who need I see you he says if that keeps up with the numbers keep dropping like that pretty soon we could be talking about releasing or easing set up on some of these restrictions city once I see you new admissions and the percentage of positive tests to keep going down for ten consecutive days before they'll consider Bosnia says it would also help with we could do more testing right now about thirteen thousand coronavirus tester being done each day but he says that's a far cry from what we really need to help Spain speed things up to tell us what we need to know so we can open back up meantime if you plan to go into the parks or any of the other public places so when you don't have a face covering what do you know they got something for that start to give them out free in our city parks we know it's going to get warm we know people I go to the parks yeah and one people keep some real limits on that but I want everyone to have a face covering sometimes someone just forgot it at home that we understand some people having trouble finding one okay we're gonna start giving out for free mayor says the city will also assign workers to patrol the parks to make sure everybody socially distancing one group of new Yorkers though looking at social distancing a much different way than most of us since the humans aren't in the parks around on the streets nor down in the subways will guess who's having a wonderful vacation it was a feeding frenzy on Sixth Avenue rats emerging from the sewer and borrowing into plastic bags full of garbage but a report to three one one determined that pest control teams were not responding to infestations due to social distancing regulations I asked mayor de Blasio about that Juliet thank you for the question I I have to say it's a very graphic question but thank you as new Yorkers unfortunately we know way too much about rats and we are certainly not going to ever let it get to be a worse situation we're going to fight it back he said he did drastic but try to keep city workers exposure to a minimum what he doesn't want is a problem that New Orleans has rats in plain sight running down the streets looking for food Juliet Papa ten ten wins news.

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05:56 min | 8 months ago

"mayor de blasio" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Be hearing from mayor de Blasio was he towards a food distribution center in the city Staten Island congressman Max rose says the federal government needs to help when it comes to testing as of last night New Yorkers are now required to wear face coverings in public if they can't social distance big events in the city cancelled through may and the New Jersey governor Murphy says there seems to be progress the curve could be flattening with the dip potentially next month forty five degrees with some light rain in the city it's Saturday April eighteenth good morning I'm Catherine komp WCVE S. news time nine thirty one CBS news update the president applauded some defying the coronavirus lockdown from sent out a series of tweets encouraging opposition to local stay at home orders from three democratic governors one of whom is a doctor and he raised the possibility of resuming campaign rallies please it's great for the country's great spirit is great for a lot of things that said that to me it's a tremendous way of getting the word out no word from some governors and health officials words actually too soon Tom Foti CBS news Washington one of those democratic governors is Gretchen Whitmer of Michigan I am the governor for almost ten million people whether they voted for me or not weather and we see eye to eye on all of the actions that I've had to take or not I've got to do what I think the right thing to do is on behalf of the health of our people but with Michigan cases flattening what we're suggesting she may relax some restrictions may first the U. S. coronavirus death toll now approaching thirty seven thousand seven hundred thousand known cases CBS news update I'm Vicki Barker it's nine thirty to at W. C. B. S. in order to restart the economy here at home the entire tri state is in need of more testing stand island congressman Max rose talked about this with CBS's major Garrett on debriefing the debrief so then you say well why can't we scale up testing what is the exact same problem that we're confronted with PPD which is a free market can't solve this problem there's been an unprecedented surge of global demand for these products will be federal government to step in the press United States to assert his fourth already make sure that the American market is getting what it needs and that production is scaling up exponentially again congressman Max rose we now take you to mayor de Blasio Kingsbridge armory as he tours the distribution center subway cars and we've had to do the exact opposite and figure out how to keep distance it's not natural for us is not normal for us but you've done it you've done an amazing job now look thank you everyone has done the right way but we still know there's some people need to get the message and that means sometimes making sure the enforcement is there to educate people and make clear we gotta have social distancing so now it is easier than ever when you see a crowd when you see a line that's not distance when you see a supermarket this too crowded anything you can report it right away so we can get help there to fix the problem and now it's as simple as taking a photo all you gotta do is take the photo and put the location weather and bang send a photo like this and we will make sure that the enforcement comes right away text the photo the three one one six nine two and action will end soon enforcement will come to get the help we need or you can use the three one one app send that photo there and you make sure immediately there's follow up look this is important I wanna keep remind people it's about saving lives sending that photo in is going to help make sure that people are kept apart and that's going to stop the disease from spreading and that's going to save lives the Blasi as he towards Kingsbridge armory a few it's been used now as a temporary food distribution center as he outlines new ways to be able to report to three one one some issues that are around the city the mayor also announced yesterday that the city is going to step up the number of testing sites made available at some of the hardest hit areas in the city those areas including some places like the idea of Harlem in Jamaica east New York as well it is at nine thirty four at W. C. B. S. after reporter read aloud president trump said tweet during governor Cuomo's daily briefing a bit of a back and forth ensued to the president's tweeted suggestion that he should get out there and get the job done and stop talking an irritated governor Cuomo shot back if you sitting at home watching TV maybe he should get up and go to work in the tweet Mr trump further claimed we built you thousands of hospital beds that you didn't need or use Cuomo said the projections were high more we foolish for relying on your projections Mr president C. D. C. coronavirus White House task force that's you White House that's you are clearly irked governor declared the president seems to be saying he's done enough Cuomo adding so yes thank you for the Javits thank you for the U. S. navy ship comfort but it's not over we have a lot more to do and no one can take the posture well just say thank you for what I've done and I'm not ours Cuomo said of the president all he's doing is walking out the front of the parade rich lam WCBS newsradio eight eighty meanwhile worth noting the city remains the epicenter of the outbreak here at home with well over twelve thousand deaths so far throughout the tri state there are more than three hundred thousand people who tested positive for Kobe nineteen to try and slow the spread all new Yorkers statewide are being told not to wear a face covering if they can't social distance the governor's executive order on that kicked in last night help but New York stay connected in this time of need take care of each other.

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04:12 min | 9 months ago

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"Mayor de Blasio about the covert nineteen virus and New York we are we're in twenty two cases statewide here's the governor eight of the new cases are connected to the attorney from Westchester universality two are in New York City and one is on Long Island I've also learned this morning the rabbi of young Israel in new Rochelle that's the synagogue at the center of the Westchester county outbreak he has tested positive for corona virus now according to a tweet from Yeshiva University rabbi Reuven Frank teaches to undergrad classes the Washington Heights campus he's already been in self quarantine after being in contact with at least one congregant who had tested positive the message from the university president issue by Dr ari Berman they say they've reached out to grab I think students are recommended day self quarantine as a precaution overall the U. S. death toll twelve thirty three hundred people worldwide have now died from corona virus in addition to public schools being closed in places like Mount Vernon all schools they're close same Hastings on Hudson private schools in the city are closing the couple of them they spend school and the Collegiate School both are acting out of an abundance of caution the family that has a child in each school is self quarantining and that's all because one of the parents was exposed to covert nineteen on a recent international trip so each school spends on the Upper East Side and collegiate on the Upper West our clothes for the day so they can be thoroughly sanitized at the SA our academy in Riverdale a teacher named Julian Steinberg itself quarantining too here's what she's concerned about there are vulnerable populations who genuinely have to be worried for their physical health but do you think that we just have to be careful not to overreact a girl who attends S. A. R. academy tested positive for the virus so that school remains closed Carol the your your ten ten wins news as they cover nineteen cases continue to rise at the life care center in Kirkland Washington near Seattle the family members there are certainly concerned about what's going on and how it's being handled correspondent Kaylee Hartung is there when you're standing outside life here nursing home you don't see vehicles marked with CDC you don't see personnel walking around that makes you feel like they're getting any additional care the staff there is strapped we've heard there's a quarantine inside life care but family members tell us they know that their loved ones are walking up and down the halls there and there is no such quarantine they have been at least seventy confirmed cases and eleven deaths related to cove in nineteen in Washington state alone and as the number of cases continues to rise all across the country some of the biggest corporations in the world are now deciding what to do there's an outbreak in their office including Amazon during a trial run for employees in the Seattle area to work from home the end of the month professor bill castle one of from the Rutgers school of management and labor on how employers plan to handle a potential worker who might need fourteen days in isolation when I'm hearing from a lot of legal advice is that you know companies will likely not make those employees use that time I'm particularly if they are the ones that are communicating to employees do not come to the office if you have any of these types of symptoms so it's the number one thing that I'm hearing employers looking for advice on advice information is key separate the fact from fiction ten ten wins medical expert Dr Brian McDonough is going to be answering your coronavirus questions that'll be on our Facebook page today at twelve fifteen was this time not a seven clouds rain coming in this afternoon with a high forty nine temperatures will fall back to forty by your ride home tonight and then deadly feel the wind in the showers in the city very far north and west some snow little accumulation now before we get back to forty five tomorrow fifty eight Sunday sixty six Monday at forty one now with the clouds in the rain by lunch time another story we're following from Long Island Nassau County police trying to find the man who tried to lure a girl into his S. U. V. that's was in east meadow yesterday morning the fifteen year old was waiting for her school bus a six forty five in the morning suddenly and she was.

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02:07 min | 1 year ago

"mayor de blasio" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Mayor de Blasio is joining the call to ban most helicopter traffic from the skies over Manhattan. Here's WCBS reporter rich lamb after Monday's fatal helicopter crash onto a seventh avenue midtown Manhattan rooftop. Mayor de Blasio wants to see what he called his words now a full-on ban on any helicopters, going over Manhattan itself. You said police fire and news choppers would be exempt. Or helicopters are only allowed to go over water. No need to be strict oversight and sanctions of anyone violates that. And then we have to figure out how to start reducing a helicopter traffic in any way we can we're going to need help to do that, though. I have to tell you that we, we need that strong regulation, that's gonna take some real work on his WNYC broadcast. The mayor underlined any kind of civilian traffic should not go over Manhattan in any way, shape, or form rich lamb WCBS, NewsRadio eight eighty a Delaware man faces weapons charges after he was allegedly caught outside an elementary school in Westfield, New Jersey with a loaded gun and dozens of rounds of ammunition. Police were called to the Tacoma school yesterday afternoon after authorities in Delaware warned them the Thomas Wilkie was headed there, and he might be armed police say Wilkie at a forty five caliber handgun loaded with hollow point bullets and two. Additional ammo clips police say they also found one hundred thirty rounds in his car, no students were endanger. You just not clear, why. Wilkie was there at that school or what he may have been planning to do? Police in Connecticut have gone back to a energy plant in Hartford looking for Jennifer Delos, the missing fifty five year old mother of five disappeared on may twenty four th after dropping off her children at school who it's strange husband and his girlfriend pleaded not guilty to evidence tampering and hindering prosecution charges wildlife experts are searching, the woods in Fairfield jersey where a mother and her young son were attacked by a Coyote WCBS reporter Marla diamond is following that story. Police in this quiet. Suburb.

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01:41 min | 1 year ago

"mayor de blasio" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Mayor de Blasio is running for president. He is expected to make a formal announcement during television appearance in the morning, the Blasio and his wife will then travel to Iowa and to South Carolina, and we'll make a number of appearances over a four day period. Ten ten wins reporter Juliet. Papa has been much speculation given his previous trips to Iowa and you Hampshire and a similar travel schedule going forward now. No, New York City mayor has sought this nomination since mayor Lindsay now de Blasio plans to boast his progressive agenda and accomplishments in New York City. Although several criticize his spun raising activities and close relationship with real estate moguls, Juliet. Papa ten ten wins news. Alabama governor Kay Ivey has signed into law, a measure that will outlaw almost all abortions as many conservatives in the state. Hope to trigger a legal battle in hopes of getting the US supreme court to revisit Roe v. Wade, a move that New York Senator earned twenty twenty democratic contender Kirsten gillibrand of posts lowering back the clock on basic women's human rights and civil rights. I think has to be fought with every tooth and nail. I think this is gonna be a fight that women cannot lose all makes performing an abortion at any stage of felony. Doctors who violated could face up to ninety nine years in prison. The city controller Scott stringer says the Alabama law is despicable. It's a direct response to several states passing laws to restrict abortion city controller. Scott stringer wants the city to be the first of the nation to directly fund abortions to fight.

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01:58 min | 2 years ago

"mayor de blasio" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1

"City. But there's that combination where you're seeing the rain change over to a little bit of sleet and snow. This all wraps up by nine or ten and then it just windy and cold. I'll be bright this afternoon. Your high today right around forty five please be careful when you move in the snow. It's going to be heavy to hurt yourself. And then there's re freezing tonight. Even though the overnight low in the city is right around thirty five or thirty six north and west there will be more ice sunny and forty seven Saturday, cloudy and forty three Sunday about a forty percent chance of some light rain or snow overnight in the. Monday next week for travel. It looks so much better. Can you imagine? If this had happened next week. How about mayor de Blasio? He was right on it. Five sixteen PM hours after the snow began to fall. He tweeted plows are out in force. Listen, I was out there. What town where you're talking about mayor? I didn't see me one plough the whole term. I run around the city or evidence of plowing. That's what I was looking for at least out in west orange. I was like driving through the streets to get out among Claire, and you couldn't see that. There had been any plowing done. You should see the going back and forth to the port authority in the city sanitation arguing about who was supposed to clean off the GW bridge. Do one side. We'll do the other twenty five car piled up a pile up on the incoming Manhattan balanced side about three thirty. No one was badly hurt. But they had twenty five cars involved. They had to shut the bridge down for the port authority was port authority was so badly prepared. They called city sanitation crews to plow the bridge. They said city and port authority people denied the accusation. No that didn't happen the bridge reopen until around six thirty Mandalay's continued for our..

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01:47 min | 2 years ago

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"Mayor de Blasio is taking the blame for his office's handling or mishandling of ceremony yesterday honoring the victims of the truck attack a year ago on a west side bike path mayor de Blasio admits the ceremony was put together too late. It was meant to honor the victims of the bike path attack in the first responders and others who risk their lives last Halloween. But the mayor didn't read the VICTIMS Names until the last minute names were not given to me originally. Of course, I would have read them. I didn't know if someone else in the program was gonna read them. I just didn't have those details, and then someone in the audience said you should do that. And we did it then I'm not happy about it. It wasn't right. But the intention was to try and honor those folks one of the victims mothers wasn't in town. And having only heard about it the day before couldn't make it a friend of hers was there and was so annoyed with the handling of it that he declined to shake the mayor's hand Sonia. Rincon ten ten wins. With the mayor in the flat iron district wins. News time now. Nine fifty Suffolk County. Police now have a nine one one text system which allows people in trouble of text for help county executive Bologne spoke to ten ten wins. A lot of people will be in situations where it's very difficult to make a call. It could be a domestic violence situation in active shooter scenario where trying to be as quiet as possible is absolutely necessary. And knowing that you can now will be on the way is pretty important step forward for public safety also benefit hearing and speech impaired people more funerals in Pittsburgh following that mass shooting over the weekend. Today's funerals included a joint ceremony for husband and wife Sylvan and Bernice Simon the same chapel was the site chosen for a funeral for sixty five year old Richard Godfrey a few hours later tree of life. Rabbi Jeffrey Meyers has had an extremely emotionally taxing week. It's been very hard. There's.

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