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"mayor kennedy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Over. I don't think that the president wants to see nuclear weapons, neither do I. And that's what it's all about macaroni said, only that France in the US share the same objectives for Iran, ultimately peace in the region. The French president added the allied unity shown on day continues today in the two countries joint efforts to preserve democracy and freedom and Africa. And the Middle East for NPR news. I'm Jake sagana wrote in Normandy. A move to get a referendum on the ballot aimed at overturning Missouri's recently enacted ban on most abortions after the eighth week of pregnancy ran into a roadblock today. The state's top election official rejecting petitions filed by the American Civil Liberties union and others who are hoping to get the matter before voters groups immediately challenged the decision by Missouri secretary of state, Jay Ashcroft, who cited legal restrictions on the right to a referendum abortion rights opponents of indicated that they hope the restrictive law is challenged in court, eventually making it to the supreme court where they hope to overturn the nineteen Seventy-three Roe versus Wade decision that legalized, abortion Americans are being inundated with robo calls, NPR's mayor Kennedy reports the Federal Communications Commission is now empowering phone companies to block the cause about consumers having to opt in, you might notice fewer robocall soon at the moment. Many phone companies offer services that block robocalls, but consumers have to specifically ask for it and often pay for it. Now, the FCC has voted to allow companies to block them automatically we have ruled decisively that phone companies can offer these blocking services by default FCC chairman agit pie says people will have the option to opt out of having the robocalls blocked. Critics warn that the call blocking has the potential to accidentally cut off calls that people actually want, like notice his of school snow days, and it's worth noting that the FCC does not mandate that any new default. Call blocking services be free of charge. Merit Kennedy NPR news. Let's move by Fiat Chrysler, to pull out of a proposed merger. With French automaker Renault shows, perhaps some aspects of the deal were not thoroughly thought through that included differences about whether we're knows longtime partner Nissan was being -cluded, which at least initially does not appear to have been in the plans. Stocks gained ground today. The Dow up one hundred eighty one points to twenty five thousand seven twenty the NASDAQ rose forty points, the s&p rose seventeen points. This is NPR. This is WNYC in New York, I'm shumita Basu. It's been two years since the Blasios administration, convened a panel on student diversity, but it hasn't accepted any of the group's recommendations to better integrate the schools activists with teens. Take charge say, that's why they organized a rally on the steps of the department of education today, WNYC's, Jessica Gould, was their students from schools with mostly black and Latino population sat on one side, students from mostly white and Asian school, sat on the other. They held five minutes of silence one for each of the mayor's years in office, then chanted? A DEA spokesman says the city has taken real steps on school integration and officials will respond to the diversity groups recommendations in the.
U.S. sues to block Philadelphia safe drug-injection site
"Is going after the nation's first plan supervised drug injection site. Philadelphia's Kensington section by filing a civil lawsuit by w Steve tower reports Swain feels duty-bound to enforce the rule of law while the safe house for those struggling with opioid addiction may baggers with good intentions. US? Attorney Bill mix Wayne call safe injection sites fundamentally illegal his long promised. He won't look the other way if safehouse wants to operate an injection site, it should work through the democratic process to try to change the law. Mix Wayne says they shouldn't expect prosecutors to turn a blind eye to wholesale illegal behavior. Mix Wayne asks how much political support do injection sites. Have none. He says he points out neither congress the Pennsylvania legislature. The attorney general the governor nor city council, and he tried mayor Kennedy for supporting the concept and DA Krassner is blessing the Philadelphia mayor's office publicly endorsed the idea of opening an injection. Site and Philadelphia district attorney Larry crasner pledge not to bring charges against those who fund operate or use such sites. Mix Wayne calls the lawsuit a moderate incremental reasonable step in response to what safe houses doing Steve Taiwa,
"mayor kennedy" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Any surprises in college basketball. Temple leads Yukon, forty six to twenty and coming up later tonight Villanova versus Creighton. It's forty four degrees and raining lightly. Going down to forty one overnight. Good evening. I'm Kim Glovas. Our top story at seven oh, one US attorney Bill mix Wayne is going after the nation's first planned supervised drug injection site in Philadelphia's Kensington section. He's filing a civil lawsuit. Backed by the Justice department KYW Steve tower reports while a safe house for those struggling with opioid addiction may have backers with good intentions US. Attorney Bill mix Wayne call safe injection sites. Fundamentally illegal is long promised. He won't look the other way if safehouse wants to operate an injection site, it should work through the democratic process to try to change the law. Mix Wayne says they shouldn't expect prosecutors to turn a blind eye to wholesale illegal behavior. Mix Wayne asks how much political support to injection sites. Have none. He says he points out neither congress the Pennsylvania legislature. The attorney general the governor nor city council, and he tried mayor Kennedy for supporting the concept and DA Krassner is blessing the Philadelphia mayor's office publicly endorsed the idea of opening an injection site and Philadelphia district attorney Larry crasner pledged not to bring charges against those who fund operate were used such sites. Mix Wayne calls the lawsuit a moderate incremental reasonable step in response. To what safe houses doing Steve Taiwa, KYW NewsRadio..
"mayor kennedy" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"With a high of eighty three in della field sixty four pleasant prairie sixty. Six seventy two degrees in, Milwaukee at WTMJ Polls opened about twenty minutes ago. They'll be open until eight o'clock? Tonight. It as a primary election and, that has changed some things a little bit here to help us look at the primary and some of the races going on TMZ force Charles Benson good morning. Charles your morning gain in like it's got to be. A problem for people who would like to for instance Charles. Vote in. Milwaukee county sheriff race but if you do that then you're not going to be able to cast any votes for Republicans can you explain why that is yeah if people are driving right now you've got to stay in your lane where you go That's the way they do it for primary probably frustrating because in the general election you could go on either side. Of the ballot but when you go into the ballot today you got if you want. To, be, vote for Republican candidates can only stay in the, Republican lane there you came back gopher, for exactly might say why this person for the democratic governor but. I want this person for the Republican. Senate you just can't do, that we're that becomes trickier is folks for in Milwaukee county who may see a conservative candidate for sheriff someone that they like but cannot do, that because. They would, have to cross over into the, democratic layup talking about Richard Schmidt who seems to have some conservative, backing or, people take might be more, conservative choice. There although you have earned, Al Lucas as well trying to make that race a close races well. Charles given the way that Wisconsin's? Primaries. Are set up does it does, it in any way shape the message of the candidates Because like you mentioned people who are. People are gonna have some tough choices to, make whether they want to vote for, a Senate candidate or or here Milwaukee vote for, a sheriff yeah I don't see that much, happening I really what I'm looking for is where people are within the Republican party or within the Democratic. Party look at the race for the US Senate primary okay both certainly Lee book. Mayor Kennedy Nicholson had tried to appeal to those. Are Trump supporters but they're. Also trying at least to get to the Scott Walker the Paul Ryan Republicans as well which has been reliable for those, two candidates so we're is the Republican party has it looks forward to who is the candidate that best represents them come November those who have liked the Trump supporter and believe that Trump in. Terms of what he has done in Wisconsin or is it the sort of a true. Conservative, both, of those candidates have all of those principles aren't, just wondering which win today and who, will help you get to the That finish line on, the democratic side also invoice new face vision for? The party there are some days that we have not seen on a ballot in a while but then there's also a reliable Leading about and so where, does the Democratic Party go from, here. As it looks to the future forest Charles Benson our guest as we talk about today's primaries that are going on in Wisconsin Bill get out, there and vote you, have until, eight o'clock, tonight Charles do. You think that voters overall are. As engaged as members of the media are because primaries typically. Don't generate as big of a turnout obviously as a general election you, know, and that's that's the situation here. Is the, middle of August we just got. Done what, state fair people are about school we talked to one voter. Last night of the ten o'clock news said yeah I'll go home and, Google tonight you know to see who's on the ballot so yeah the majority of the people. In the state are not engaged we're not gonna see a fifty to sixty percent voter turnout and so. But I think those who do go out hopefully have been paying attention to what's, going on we've had to debate In the democratic. Primary two Republican primary Yes Yes no, see huge voter. Turnout today's NBA, fours Charles. Benson thank you so, much. Charles you're. Welcome appreciate your. Time, seven twenty. Six what do you need to do as you head to the polls on election day John Mercure and Melissa. Barklay have you covered? It all starts after brewers baseball on Wisconsin's, afternoon news time for news about your. Money here's Tony Drake with the WTMJ Drake and associates market update stocks slipped on Monday as the financial crisis in. Turkey that sentence currency tumbling last week worsened dampening investor sentiment around the. World the Dow Jones industrial average fell on one hundred and twenty five points to close at twenty five thousand one hundred and eighty seven with Goldman Sachs and j. p. Morgan, Chase both wallowing more than one. Percent the dirty stock index also post little four straight day of. Losses its longest losing streak since June the s. and p. five hundred climbed point four percent of two thousand eight hundred twenty one as materials and energy lad posting its first four day losing streak since. March The NASDAQ composite also. Fell a quarter of a percent to seven thousand eight hundred nineteen but gains an Amazon Apple rose one percent to keep losses in check with Drake and associates are Tony Drake certified financial planner NewsRadio WTMJ.
"mayor kennedy" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"A sanctuary city A sanctuary city Mayor of Philadelphia we plan if you're a, couple of times you could really hear Jim Kenney who is who is who is literally dancing, in that clip and you could hear them singing about how excited how excited he is that Philadelphia, is a sanctuary City and As people like like this guy who are supposed to be a government officials who first and foremost will protect. Their constituents keep in mind that this is what, this is what the other side of a sanctuary. City is here is d. h. s. secretary Kirstin Nielsen on what happened in, Philadelphia recently the five It could have been prevented and it should have been prevented we owe the American people better I mean this is a perfect example of when jurisdictions decide not to cooperate with federal law enforcement we put our communities at risk I mean what that required was. It the men and women of DHS go back, into community at their own risk and the risk. Of the community where the criminal is to try to re interdict and. Detain, that person Yeah that's right so what she's referring to is a is a child rapist there a child rapist Who. Because, Philadelphia's a. Sanctuary city was able to slip through the cracks here's the story, on Fox News The Justice department highlighted the case of child rape is wand Ramon Vasquez who just pleaded guilty to. Illegal reentry illegal immigrants from Honduras previously was in, Philadelphia custody on local charges back in, two thousand fourteen but when those charges were dropped a year later city. Officials ignored an, ice dictator Vasquez was later arrested and convicted for raping a child and unlawful sexual contact with a minor he's serving between. Eight and twenty years in prison So. Philadelphia decided to be a. Sanctuary city and Philadelphia on. Top of that now I should have on its conscience the, mayor Kennedy, should have on their conscience that they released as a matter of policy is one Ramon Vasquez instead of honoring a federal law enforcement. Request to hey hold on that guy we're coming, to get him there's a nano let's, let them go folks because they are a sanctuary city right you heard. That guy they're. So excited about it it's such a great thing And that Criminal Raped a little girl, afterwards Something that will haunt her for the rest of, her life and her family and those who love or those around her But you know we're nation of immigrants right, like we we shouldn't actually obey federal law This is what we're up against, liberals who are unserious about what immigration policy really is their unserious about rule of law, and they do not care about the negative side. Effects of, their open arms open door open borders policy because it makes them feel good you see because they're not the, ones that suffer the consequences and they. Get, to act like they, just care so, much and if you, don't? Agree with, them well that's because my friends You're not nicely bail.
"mayor kennedy" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"On into center city you shouldn't run into any major delays the eastbound schuylkill expressway off ramp to the blue route four seventy six we still have construction partially blocking that ramp passable should be out of there within the half hour so we'll keep you updated on that pennsylvania turnpike looks pretty good right now if you're eastbound on the turnpike approaching Aware valley do I tell her that left lane road work also in. Philadelphia just want to pass this along Martin Luther King drive outbound between art museum circle and sweet. Briar drive that, road is closed due to an event this morning and it's up until around noon so. We'll keep you updated on that otherwise in New Jersey and candidate Admiral Wilson boulevard both. Directions at federal street all lanes are. Still blocked off due to a crash which, went down about. Three hours ago hopefully. That'll be out of there soon Atlantic City. Expressway on the, Garden State Parkway look good and mass transit we have every ported. Delays from, the remark financial twenty four hour traffic center. Where member banking is better. Banking I'm Pete in Toronto KYW news time seven thirty. Three mayor Kennedy is ending Philadelphia's information. Sharing agreement with US immigration and customs enforcement which allowed ice to keep. Watch over the city's immigrant community KYW Steve tower reports from city hall mayor Kennedy says he got. Input from all stakeholders advocates the immigrant. Community and ISIS regional field office before determining the existing pars contract would not Be, renewed we an anecdote where a gentleman was taken from his front doorstep interrogated for hours and asked to provide ten names of people he knew there were undocumented, they would then let him go. The clincher may have been Mitchell I'm. Meeting during which is officials conceded to the city, its use of the system, can result an immigration enforcement against people who have neither been accused of nor convicted of a. Crime nation of origin or a last. Name talking about profiling the director of the, city's, office of immigration affairs. Is Marian Rica's now uncertainty about their futures and the endless fear all at the hands of ice Steve Taiwa. KYW NewsRadio KYW news. Time seven thirty, four three Camden County school districts are among a, dozen in New Jersey being hauled into court by the American Civil Liberties union and issue policies that might. Block illegal immigrant children from getting an education KYW's David Madden explained the twelve districts are, all accused of acquiring Paris who produce status ID's is a condition to enroll a child ACLU You attorney Elila where to says that violate state law for, one, practical reason, it is impossible to get a driver's license or state ID without as social security number or legal status which the legal immigrant won't. Have the law requires all children regardless of their status be afforded. A free public, education most of the district's involved in north jersey but the suit includes Belmar Winslow township in sterling regional high school Attorney for Belmar winslow's declined comment and there's no response from sterling regional but if similar actions in the, past or any indication where does suggest these lawsuits should be settled, out of court and in short order David Madden KYW. NewsRadio KYW news time. Seven thirty five if you've seen the video you know what a nightmare the wildfire near Redding California is on also you've noted the heroic efforts of those who sometimes give. Their lives battling two people are dead. Because of the car wildfire that's burning in Shasta County California and fire crews continue to lose ground with five hundred structures seventy five, square miles burned containment is just three percents Cal fire battalion chief. Jonathan Cox is just, a testament to how furious and how fast and how extreme this fire is burning in.
"mayor kennedy" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210
"The demonstrators kenny spokesman mike dunn said we have not clear demonstrators they are still there now support their right to protest ppd simply move the protesters away from the egress in order to facilitate access to the building and ensure public safety well they're not happy with that either somebody sent me this tweet at philly mayors a south philly boy you should know if he calls the cops on us we're coming for him hashtag by hashtag occupy ice p h l so occupy thank you cranky for saying that to me so hashtag occupy ice ph l is a thing on twitter so we can we can monitor that i guess hashtag occupy i h l let's see on twitter they have these things you put in a hashtag and then you're able to to follow the trending stories of the day a cop and a counterterrorism best is asking all the cops if they're all right after they use their bikes as a battering ram unarmed protesters oh not bicycles not really bicycles i'm sorry but i call out when the police used force it's inappropriate i there's nothing i hear that i saw that was inappropriate but anyway they are now very upset with mayor kenney as we predicted they're very upset with mayor kerry mayor kennedy they are very very upset with him and they're gonna come after him philadelphia mayor jim kenney is a fraud talks big on philly being a sanctuary city but then sits back as his philadelphia police brutalize occupants and destroy the hashtag occupy ice h cabinet in advance of the three pm.
"mayor kennedy" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"City council kyw's mike denardo reports council is weighing how much of mayor kennedy's tax proposal to approve to help the school district fill a projected nearly one billion dollar deficit over the next five years council president arrow clark asked superintendent william hite if the state share refunding was enough height said his only concern was the total revenue package but we're asking for now is to maintain the stability that we fought so hard to get to to this point the it's still not anywhere close to what we need to be adequate the mayors appointed school board tastes control of the district july first and they'll have to manage the district's budget with whatever council approves at city hall mike denardo kyw newsradio now the cbs three eyewitness weather five day forecast mainly clear and mild overnight the low fifty seven on thursday mostly sunny with popup showers and thunderstorms high seventy nine any of those thunderstorms in the afternoon or evening though could be strong or severe biggest threat for that is off to the west they will likely cross through the city between about three and five pm on friday sunny and nights the high seventy four then a warm front lifts through saturday it will spark a shower in the morning then some sun isolated showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon again very warm and humid saturday high eighty five then the cold front sags through saturday into mother's day sunday best threat for rain is saturday night but that front could stall overhead on mother's day bringing a chance for rain and also cloudy and cooler conditions the high around seventy watch for rain if you're headed to race for the cure on sunday morning monday seasonable with a mix of sun and clouds the high seventy four with your eyewitness weather.
"mayor kennedy" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Budget hearings wednesday before city council kyw's mike denardo reports council is weighing how much of mayor kennedy's tax proposal to approve to help the school district fill a projected nearly one billion dollar deficit over the next five years council president daryll clark as superintendent william hite if the state share refunding was enough height said his only concern was the total revenue package but we're asking for now is to maintain the stability that we fought so hard to get to to this point the it's still not anywhere close to what we need to be adequate the mayors appointed school board tastes control of the district july first and they'll have to manage the district's budget with whatever council approves at city hall mike denardo kyw newsradio cbs three eyewitness weather five day forecast mainly clear and mild overnight the low fifty seven on thursday mostly sunny with popup showers and thunderstorms high seventy nine any of those thunderstorms in the afternoon or evening though could be strong or severe biggest threat for that is off to the west they will likely cross through the city between about three and five pm on friday sunny and nights the high seventy four then a warm front lifts through saturday it will spark a shower in the morning then some sun isolated showers thunderstorms in the afternoon again very warm and humid saturday high eighty five and then the cold front sags through saturday into mother's day sunday best threat for rain is saturday night but that front could stall overhead on mother's day bringing a chance for rain and also cloudy and cooler conditions the high around seventy watch for rain if you're headed to race for the cure on sunday morning monday seasonable with a mix of sun and clouds the high seventy four with your eyewitness weather forecast i'm cbs three meteorologist kate bilo on kyw newsradio overnight mostly clear and mild low fifty seven thursday mostly sunny with some showers and thunderstorms high seventy nine tiffany haddish.
"mayor kennedy" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Back mayor kenny's funding plan during it hearings wednesday before city council kyw's mike denardo reports council is weighing how much of mayor kennedy's tax proposal to approve to help the school district fill a projected nearly one billion dollar deficit over the next five years council president daryll clark superintendent william hite if the state shariff funding was enough height said his only concern was the total revenue package but we're asking for now is to maintain the stability that we fought so hard to get to to this point the it's still not anywhere close to what we need to be adequate the mayors appointed school board tastes control of the district july first and they'll have to manage the district's budget with whatever council approves at city hall mike denardo kyw newsradio now the cvs three eyewitness weather five day forecast mainly clear and mild overnight the low fifty seven on thursday mostly sunny with popup showers and thunderstorms high seventy nine any of those thunderstorms in the afternoon or evening though could be strong or severe biggest threat for that is off to the west they will likely cross through the city between about three and five pm on friday sunny and nights the high seventy four then a warm front lifts through saturday it will spark a shower in the morning then some sun isolated showers thunderstorms in the afternoon again very warm and humid saturday high eighty five then the cold front sags through saturday into mother's day sunday best threat for rain saturday night but that front could stall overhead on mother's day bringing a chance for rain and also cloudy and cooler conditions the high around seventy watch.
"mayor kennedy" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"And affiliates price and coverage match limited by state law delaware valley traffic heat causes drivers to do silly things kyw sam clover is in the trumark financial twenty four hour traffic center to dish out the tough love people actually turning around and going the wrong way up the ramp don't do that the lanes are open up don't be silly chocolate sam i what are you doing every ten minutes on the twos kyw newsradio and speaking of traffic we have slow traffic right now seventy six east from gumri drive to the vine street expressway out what's going on there when we check in with troy moore's for traffic and transit on the twos weatherwise cloudy and forty five on the way down onto below freezing overnight at thirty one degrees w news time eight thirty nine chance moments tonight at trump tower in new york city a three alarm or on the fiftieth floor no one was hurt and the fire department is investigating and see how the whole thing got started in washington congress comes back to work after a holiday recess and all eyes will be on the speaker of the house paul ryan w special contributor larry kane tells us why local republican sources say the speaker is fearful of aches getting voted out by the hard right gop house caucus or worse being defeated by hardcharging ironworker name randy bryce who's recruited a national team of democrats including lauren hit the former press secretary for philadelphia mayor kennedy democrats are so hopeful that rice along time democrat and labor activists can beat ryan they expect to launch millions for the november race if there is one ryan has been sending mixed messages but republican sources in our region say the odds are high that ryan will take the safer road and retire from congress of course even if he wins and the democrats win the house he will no longer be speaker larry kane kyw newsradio kyw news time eight forty after being caught on camera.
"mayor kennedy" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"The way to forty seven this afternoon congress returns from a holiday recess next week republican majorities wondering if the speaker of the house will stay or go paul ryan's been walking a political tightrope which may well take its toll as we hear from kyw special contributor larry kane local republican sources say the speaker is fearful of two things getting voted out by the hard right gop house caucus or worse being defeated by a hardcharging ironworker name randy bryce who's recruited a national team of democrats including lauren hit the former press secretary for philadelphia mayor kennedy democrats are so hopeful that rice a longtime democrat and labor activists can beat ryan they expect to launch millions for the november race if there is one ryan has been sending mixed messages but republican sources in our region say the odds are high that ryan will take the safer road and retire from congress of course even if he wins and the democrats win the house you will no longer be speaker larry kane kyw newsradio gloucester township cop is charged with assault on the job the alleged victim a teenager tales from kyw's mike darty opposite john flynn has been suspended and charged with simple assault and the march eighth incident body cam footage shows flynn hitting a thirteen year old girl in the face as she lay on her stomach being handcuffed in a statement officials from the gloucester township police department say the girl was being compliant wasn't fighting back when she was being coughed hitter the twenty seven year twentysevenyearold officer has been a member of the forest since two thousand fifteen chief harry earl reported the alleged misconduct to the county prosecutor's office the incident remains under investigation mike giardi kyw newsradio officials in canada are probing a fatal bus accident involving a junior hockey team rcmp confirming that fourteen people are dead and another fourteen are injured after a semi collided with a bus carrying the humboldt broncos hockey team as it headed north to nip wins the scheduling early friday evening the fourteen injured are in hospital three have injuries officials are calling critical in never win a local church opened its doors for the families of the victims the local pastor saying the teams may have been rivals on the ice but life is bigger than the game as the.
"mayor kennedy" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"The education front mayor kennedy today shortlisted candidates were drill appointed local school board yielded kyw news mike denardo mayor kenney expects to name a local school board sooner rather than later probably within the next two weeks the mayor has to appoint nine people from the list of twenty seven he's getting from his educational nominating panel the nine on july 1st will replace the soon to dissolve school reform commission mayor kenney says should he want any current srrc members on the new board he may have to wait to name them but that the case would have to appoint some now and then wait till july or ended june two point the other ones address our seed members because they can't serve on both to src members chair joyce wilkerson and christopher mcginley were on the list of four hundred fifty people who applied or were nominated for the new board mike denardo kyw newsradio kyw newsradio kyw news time one thirty four president trump is huddling with a group of god governor is with school shootings on the minds of so many at second included new jersey's new governor phil murphy who was part of a multi state taskforce to address gun law concerns all speaking the governor's the president called for stronger gun background checks and we're going to do very strong background checks very strong gonna do background checks have we see a sick oh i don't want them having a gun in other developments a national survey finds less than half of gun owners reports safely storing their firearms in their home with author say it increases the risk that their firearms will be used unintentionally warned the store and kyw steve tower more than half of gun owners fifty four percent in the survey do not safely store all their guns according to researchers at the johns hopkins bloomberg school of public health bucks county district attorney mad wine trump says he's disappointed but not surprised that left it until people take individual responsibility i'm afraid we may have more tragic deaths like that of little benjamin take the case his office handled involving two year old benjamin smith he went into his father's bedroom to watch when he the pu but found his dad's loaded handgun and fatally shot himself wine trove was encouraged to see one positive association anybody that went through a gun safety training course which much more likely fish were their weapons safely that were twice as likely to practise safe storage for all their guns steve.
"mayor kennedy" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"On the twenty four hour traffic shuttered tacoma narrow bridge accident involving heading into philadelphia has the right lane blocked more coming up at about two minutes or so pro wrestling's royal rumbles tonight in philadelphia that's the main event of what mayor kenney has deemed the firstever wwe royal rumble week in the city gave out of his andrew kramer has a story oh this is amazing we get to come out and see all of this that's right never before has philadelphia hosted four straight nights of world wrestling entertainment action hubbub ready to go and as arthurs rent andrei points out that's not the only first two royer mumbled matches first time ever feature in a woman's rumble adding to the excitement for both of them as they were gearing up for the first show of the four was mayor kennedy's recent announcement that he wants to bring a wrestle media at the philadelphia soon i hope the fans turned out and this halts decide the blake russell mania filling for those not familiar wrestle media is basically the super bowl a professional wrestling and with the eagle super bowl appearance on the horizon philly wrestling fans are on the same page when it comes the rubble wheel is going to be x your high there outside the wells fargo centre andrew kramer kyw newsradio the afghan public health ministry says the death troll of a suicide carbomb attracted cobbled has raised one hundred three with more than two hundred wounded in the deadliest on search at attack in the country so far this year here's correspondent jonathan vaguely obviously area where this attack took place it was packed with people to type officials said military personnel were killed but the majority were civilians some just children by one week port we heard of a fiveyearold one minute this seemed described it as a massacre video showed streets blocked by damage vehicles the people there carrying victims to safety because it was simply too difficult to navigate through those streets with emergency vehicle the taliban has claimed responsibility for the attack give it of beneath time what safety to doubts time for traffic and transit on the twos all emails among the usual things happening and it could be weather related again keep in mind some of the.
"mayor kennedy" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Dotcoms we go to your phone calls and thoughts sarah is online in new mexico sara go ahead with your call your call well yes nato like i predicted uh the democrat mayor kennedy army kim shower he won by a mandate sixty two percent of the vote denied you say that because a democrat has one you believe be some basing this on your past calls you believe that crime is going to go down correct well i think the i think that they're gonna he's going to run the police department not like better you suggest albuquerque police are going to stop shooting homeless people no i think we're going to get more police to go after the criminal that's what i meant okay who will has the mayor said anything to you to make you actually believe that or is this just sort of a general belief you have about democrats we are maher bear cava before doug republican mayor and we had very much less wine and more police more police on the pope police department uh my my thing is is bad you know this pu the most of the people in albuquerque do approve they do support the air a m a r t project a rapidtransit how does this benefit is your anecdotal evidence roared it doesn't proven of harold them voting for a democrat for mayor prove.
"mayor kennedy" Discussed on Heartland Radio: Presented by The Pat McAfee Show
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"mayor kennedy" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Leaving las vegas a texas man is skeptical of gun control laws even after his daughter was shot here sunday night also this hour the king of spain appeals to an independenceminded territory and we ask cokie what the united states owes its possession puerto rico it's wednesday october four th the day of 1950 seven in the soviet union launched the first satellite the news is next live from npr news in washington on core of a calm and the president and first lady are on their way to las vegas this morning to pay their respects to the victims of sunday's shooting massacre npr scott horsely reports they'll be visiting a hospital and meeting the first responders president trump's of authorities are learning more about the gunman who appears to have carefully planned the attack that left at least fifty eight people dead and hundreds of others injured the president and first lady will be meeting with some of the survivors in las vegas as well as police and paramedics from trump is credited with helping to prevent an even greater loss of life the very sad thing the very fact fantasy the filet through fantastic job in a very short time nevada congressman mark amadou day is accompanying the president on the trip along with house republican leader kevin mccarthy scott horsely npr news washington president trump visited hurricane devastated puerto rico on tuesday the territory's governor says some elements of normalcy are beginning to return to the island in peers mayor kennedy reports from san hawn governor ricardo santa of says he's reducing the nightly curfew from midnight to five am saying he hopes people will be able to do things like cut a restaurants are baseball games winds for fuel have shortened dramatically and he says more supermarkets and atms are operating we're still in the face of a monday's decision to establishing some components of moments but from many on the island to normalcy is still a long way off the governor is hoping that power is restored to a quarter of the island within a month and he says they're preparing for the possibility of public health emergencies sending up procedures to try to prevent them and establishing centres to deal with biowaste many lasmo's are were can't generator power and water system is working.
"mayor kennedy" Discussed on NPR News Now
"In the chaos some kind of light in the darkness the answer's do not come easy trump cited scripture and offered prayers he also signed a proclamation ordering the american flag to be flown at half staff timur keith npr news the white house ahead of president trump's visit to hurricane devasated puerto rico tomorrow the island's governor says the situation is showing small signs of improvement but preexisting inequalities are making things more difficult and paris mayor kennedy has latest sorta ricans governor ricardo soon nevada's said there were many reasons why the disastrous of challenger he mentioned the topography the island the storms raw power and we're just ada but he argued that the island's status as a territory not a steve is compounding the problems says it's important to note underlying cause major problems at puerto rico into the reality that we are bologna what was known about his call for state adding that the quote unquote initial conditions have exacerbated the current disastrous situation the owns infrastructure was already weak and it was going through an economic crisis before the storm hit maher kennedy and pierre news you're listening to npr news the mexican government has announced that the death toll from the september 19th earthquake has risen to three hundred sixty three the majority of the fatalities were in mexico city local authorities are investigating the owner of a school that collapse in the seven point one quake while students and faculty were inside complaints were filed against government officials who were accused of ignoring their warnings about unauthorized construction at the school.