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"mcdivitt" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:33 min | 7 hrs ago

"mcdivitt" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Slash clinical trials. Today It's 6 50 to an organization that uses fitness to help those in addiction. Recovery is expanding its reach. I'm John McDivitt, and that's coming up right after traffic and weather on the Tuesday into the traffic center. We going Malcolm point X to the third. Well, thank you. Mark got a note from the Delaware River port Authority that the tech Cockney Palm IRA is gonna be closed until further notice. So you definitely think the Betsy if you plan on heading up and out across the Delaware River, so we'll keep you posted on this one. But I gotta find out why the to Coney is shut down now until further notice. Per the Delaware River Port Authority. All the major's looking good on the Jersey side right now, 40 to 55 in Deptford. That's the only delays on the A C expressed with the Garden State Parkway. All the All the majors are moving. Well, Same goes for 30 and 70 in the Cherry Hill, Mount Holly area Now let's get back to P A 6 76 Divine Expressway looks good River, the river between the school cool. And and the Delaware not seeing any problems on this. 76 this Google Expressway in and out of center city across the school. Cool looking good on the Kelly drivers. Well, so if you're planning on heading up and out so early shopping, perhaps in the morning, nothing. Any delays on 95 to 95 in Bucks, County and Mass transit is on or close to schedule. In the P T. A Fitzpatrick Home improvement 24 hour traffic center. I'm Malcolm point after the third exit didn't forecast in the NBC 11th alert Weather Center this morning. Cloudy and chilly, which is around 40 in center city, thirties in the suburbs, and rain is.

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"mcdivitt" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

04:22 min | 3 weeks ago

"mcdivitt" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Week before all side streets are clear in Philadelphia. That's all ahead in the next 15 minutes. Good morning. I'm terribly busy. I mean Bush. Good morning, Tim McLaughlin said the editor's desk this morning along with Connor bark on well, the school district of Philadelphia is installing window fans in its schools. It is an attempt to reduce the spread of covert 19. In the classroom. About a third of the fans have already been installed. The remaining units are expected to be in place when students return to schools for in person instruction, some of them later this month. Following this story for us capable use John McDivitt, and he talks about whether everyone has confidence in this plan. The mayor, the health commissioner and leadership of the school district, say this is an added measure protection. Fresh air circulating in the building's gonna only help right. The temperatures in the schools are supposed to be able to be kept. 68 degrees or higher, even with air blowing in from the outside, But not all are confident in the plan. Like this teacher who doesn't want to be identified. I don't know what they would have to do to make it, but I mean, I know it's not just putting fans and I mean it's it's figuring out the ventilation, whether it's air purifiers where, you know for classes that may not have windows like mine. You know you're talking about electrical, I mean, It gets the bill to me the fact that how you plug in all these things, Fire Marshal came three years ago and told me I have to take all my extension cords out, she says. The only way she would feel a bit more safe in the classroom is if all individuals in the school have their covert 19 shots. The school district says it has no immediate plans to install air purifiers in the classrooms. And anyway, air purifiers aren't really noted for their ability to fight covert 19. President Biden is telling Republicans at their alternative to his $1.9 trillion covert rescue plan is too small. Mr Biden and Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen held a video conference with Democrats yesterday. And then after that, they both declared that the Republicans $618 billion offer was insufficient. Meanwhile, House and Senate Democrats and moving forward with a covert relief bill, with or without Republican support, the White House defends the Democrats use of a parliamentary process that could see the package passing on a party line vote there. Many opportunities for Republicans to offer amendments. Press Secretary Jen Psaki calls $1400 relief checks a top priority for President Biden. Pointing to the kind of family that would receive 11 is working as a nurse. The other is a teacher make $120,000 a year should get a check. The proposal, floated by moderate Senate Republicans, who met with the president this week would phase out checks for couples without Children making over $80,000 a year. Stephen Portnoy. CBS News It's 6 48, The Rosengarten Roofing scoreboard now scheduled your free roof estimated roof. Nick, calm Sixers take on the Hornets tonight on the road, the Flyers host Boston. Both teams have a pretty good record so far, but neither the Sixers coach nor the Flyers GM are doing anything like patting themselves on the back. Why do they feel this way? Dave? You ram Million. Doc Rivers admitted that he didn't even know that the Sixers record was 15 and six. We got to keep getting better way got to keep growing. We gotta keep adding stuff on both ends offensively and defensively as a staff. We have to figure out even better the rotation, Rivers said. If this is the best they are Not good enough. We have a long way to go, Which is great because we're winning and getting better. That's what you want. Rivers is the Eastern Conference coach of the month. Jo Ellan be the Eastern Conference player of the month. Meantime, the Flyers or 72, and one that is good for tied for first in their very tough Eastern division. They've had stretches where they have not played well, though Flyers President of Hockey ops Chuck Fletcher said that nobody in their room is full by their record. I think our forces have done a good job offensively. They made some great place from time to time, but I think there has to be a different mindset and a different approach. If we're going to be successful as thieves schedule continues in the February March, April when team starting to tighten up, it will be difficult to be successful. The way we're playing right now. He and the Bruins and Capitals are the teams that are right up there in the standings with the Flyers, and they play those two teams over the next four games, and that would be a good barometer. To see if they can improve upon their seven and to 72 and one record. Let's keep this.

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"mcdivitt" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:39 min | Last month

"mcdivitt" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Rules with that offer to sponsor this promotion in any way. No 7 22, now the dog rescued from a South Korean meat farm. Gets a second chance of life in Elkins Park. I'm John McDivitt and we'll take a bite out of that story. After we check traffic and weather on Tuesday, traffic is back to Malcolm Point X to the third. Well, thank you so much, John. As you mentioned this blue brute force 76 north bound as you approach Villanova. It's just about out of the way. We're off to the right shoulder with this earlier vehicle fire. There's been about an hour in play that we've been talking about, so but everybody can it can get with it. Get by in the left lane. Nothing. Any delays? The center lane should be opening up momentarily. So if you're traveling on the north bound blue room hope is in sight. Going that way as you approach Villanova. Nothing. Any delays on the other side of 4 76 everything pretty quiet on the South bound side. You're all clear from the turnpike down to 95 in Delaware County. Now we just let's get a note. Traffic signal down. This is in Jersey. 30 eastbound right at 87, which is Martin Luther King. Boulevard in Atlantic City. That one left lane closed. But the volume very light down the shore as we speak messing into DeLay's pretty much across the board on the majors in Jersey, 40 to 55 looking good, not seeing any problems on the expressway if you're in there The Cherry Hill Mount. How the area 30 It looks good. 70 73 all check out Okay from the P. J. Fitzpatrick Home Improvement 24 hour Traffic Center. I'm Malcolm point after the third time now for a check of the ex surgeon forecast from the NBC 11th Alert Weather Center. Uh, Cold morning mostly clear, with temperature.

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"mcdivitt" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:13 min | 2 months ago

"mcdivitt" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Some of the ways he's being remembered. I'm John McDivitt, a New Year's Eve like no other in most of the world. Thanks to the pandemic. What experts say jobless workers need to do is they wait for another round of pandemic? Unemployment? I'm Kristen Joe Hansen down in Florida. The Sixers are leading the magic with about two minutes left to go in the first quarter. Play 34 to 17 by these guys, 42 degrees will drop down the 34 before we dropped the ball at midnight. 71 on NewsRadio. One of 39. Good evening, everybody. I'm David Madden. And here is our top story now at 701 a Dick Thornburgh is dead. Word of his passing came from his son, David, who heads up the committee of 70 in town, Dick Thornburgh served two terms as Pennsylvania governor before joining the Reagan and Bush 41 administrations. His attorney general. Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolfe has ordered flags lowered to half staff in Thornburgh's under K Y W John McDevitt takes a look back, Charlie Boy friend and so, like everyone respected Dix, Remember this former governor Ed Rendell, who says former governor Take Thornburg showed calm and resolute leadership from the start of his office when handling the three mile island nuclear plant crisis in 1979, Never panicked here was made. Thank you, bro. He always made the right decisions You always communicated with about what clearly possibly he checked out from being a problem that could have been 5 10 Times Worse. Committee of 70 President David Thornburg remembers his late father as a lover, baseball movies, great books and little Children. When our kids were babies, nothing that he delighted in more than having them on his knee and reading to them even says his father's promise moment as attorney general was helping guide the Americans with Disabilities Act through Congress. Dick Thornburgh's wife was killed in a car crash and his son Peter, suffered a severe disability knew very well that people like Pete deserves the full shot at citizenship and life and he was very proud to be able to help that become a reality through the 80 a funeral arrangements for former Governor Dick Thornburgh. Have you have to be announced? John McDevitt, Kate, Whatever you news Radio Lindbergh was 88. Philadelphia's mayor thrilled the show 2020 the door story after we check traffic.

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"mcdivitt" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:58 min | 2 months ago

"mcdivitt" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"He should be on your tile weather reports every 10 minutes. Sele's closings, Power outages, the one station with total winter coverage. WBZ news radio. W Easy busted w x k s FM HD to Medford and I Heart radio station. Now more than ever. It matters where you get your news WBZ news radio. I'm Jennifer Keiper in Chicago. The first major snowstorm of the season has left two people dead. The powerful nor'easter is expected to unload as much as 2 Ft of snow in some places, and there are warnings posted from Virginia to Maine. Hey, why? W radio's John McDivitt says it's also hampering the last minute scramble for holiday shoppers. The major roads were pre treated, helping him first. But when the snow fell it up fast pace in a lot of it. Road conditions got dangerous, real quick. But that didn't stop some from squeezing in a bit of holiday shopping. I loved it. I know I'm a winner Be so many say the homes of businesses decked out in holiday lights look extra special with inches of snow added into the design. Tommy give it for CBS News. PHILADELPHIA Leaders of Operation Warp Speed, say 20 million more doses of visors coded 19 vaccine is being prepared for shipment next week. Our campaign McCormick with more we can see everything. The temperature of one of two boxes delivered to California dropped too low. We noted that the temperature actually got colder than minus 80. Went to minus 92. We locked those trays down, General Gustav Pernas said the same happened with the ship into Alabama visor retrieve them. And now the FDA is looking into whether that drop in temperature impacts the vaccine's effectiveness. But, he said, it's an example of how closely these shipments are being monitored for safety. Help congressional leaders are closing in on an agreement on a long delayed Covad 19 relief package..

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"mcdivitt" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:20 min | 2 months ago

"mcdivitt" Discussed on KTRH

"Rare They sure made a big deal out of two Didn't Of course they did. Just because we're on the verge of it being released. I mean, don't you know Dr James McDivitt telling our TV partner Channel two based on thousands of doses already given side effects have been typical of any vaccine, body aches, muscle soreness at the point of the injection as well as some low grade fever. You know, people who are a highly allergic to things this could come with any drug You know, and too they were touting to statistically That's nothing for been county, though meantime, while we're waiting on the vaccine highest pandemic threat level as a result of their numbers of positive cases, But also, they say, hospitalizations Candy Judge K. P. George elevated the threat level from orange to red yesterday for been County Health and human services director Dr Jack Jack when Johnson mentor said the county has more than 25,000 cases now No, including 5000 reported in the past two weeks again, they call these cases. This is positive testing. George says he has no plans for any lockdowns. In the county. Okay, keep going to work. What's happening to your schools pandemic It's caused yet another setback in education. The Department of Education is canceled the National Assessment test given every two years to monitor student performance education policy expert Rick has says it's one thing to cancel state tests. Another thing to say We're not going to do a no stakes national assessment, which we need to figure out how this is actually affecting kids, what's happening across the nation as far as learning or lack of learning Without that data, we won't know the true state of our Educational system. Basically, what we're going to be doing is trying to fly a plane with no information and no instruments. A bipartisan group of Texas lawmakers is calling on the state to cancel this year's star test. Corey Olson, NewsRadio 7 40 Ktrh. Newsome now is 5 36, Wisconsin Republican Senator Ron Johnson. He's accusing the media of hiding all those reports. Raleigh certainly did before the election. Accusing Joe Biden son Hunter of illegal foreign business transactions. McLachlan poll said that 36% of buying voters had never heard of the 100 buying story because of the censorship and suppression off.

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Archdiocese of Philadelphia to close two high schools in 2021

KYW 24 Hour News

01:29 min | 3 months ago

Archdiocese of Philadelphia to close two high schools in 2021

"Alumni of Bishop make David or crying foul after the Archdiocese of Philadelphia announced this month that both MCD evident Hallahan Girls High School would close at the end of the year. Joining us now Can y w community Affairs reporter Cherry Greg Cherry, There are efforts to fight to save these schools? Is there any possibility they can turn this around? Yes, I spoke with several members of the board of Bishop McDivitt, and they say they were blindsided by the November 18th closure announcement. They said the school is 80% students of color and is a vital resource. So they launched a campaign to save the school and raised a quarter of a million dollars in just a few days. But I spoke with Irene Hand and CEO of Faith in the future, the group that manages School. She says The decision was based on a feasibility study of the entire system that looked at a number of factors, including ability to raise money, financial need of students, financial performance and Mork. And while the decision was tough, it was necessary. It wasn't one thing I know some people think it's just about raising money. It isn't one of the key drivers is the enrollment situation. Both of these schools, Hala Hand and McDevitt have fallen below 360 students each make habits. Was questioned whether race was a factor given the fact that all of the decision makers at faith in the future are white. But Hannon strongly refute that claim. She says the decision was based on objective data. Plus, the final arbiter is the archbishop who was a son of Cuban immigrants, she says the decision is final, and it's time to heal. Okay, Whatever these

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As COVID-19 Vaccine Nears, Employers Consider Making It Mandatory

All Things Considered

04:01 min | 3 months ago

As COVID-19 Vaccine Nears, Employers Consider Making It Mandatory

"Or require. That is a dilemma Many employers are facing as a covert 19 vaccine comes closer to reality. Ah, quarter million people in the U. S have died from Cove it once there's a shot can that can prevent illness Should it be mandatory in the workplace? NPR's Andrea Hsu has more Only a couple of months into the pandemic. Holly Smith had made up her mind. Her restaurant Cafe Juanita in Kirkland, Washington, would not reopen the diners until there was a covert 19 vaccine. She's She's already already told told her her staff staff you you are are going going to to get get vaccinated. vaccinated. Some Some of of my my young young millennials millennials are are like like Saran Saran taking. taking. This This is is a a directive directive like like as as a a mandate. mandate. Is Is that that how how you you mean mean it? it? And And that's that's that's that's a scary thing. You know, like Yeah. Yes, yes, Smith had 28 employees before the pandemic. She's had to lay off all but five. Her fine dining spot has become a take out on Lee business. Even with a much smaller staff, Smith is serious about safety. She requires her workers to get tested. If they go on vacation with people outside their bubble, or if they're showing any sign of illness. I believe in civil liberties and all those different things, but you know, we have people who live with their parents. We have people who lived with her husband, who has diabetes. The staff have to be healthy and safe before you could move forward, she says, you know for vaccinated I think I can move out in the world and be responsible for these 28 or 30 people. Plus all the people coming in. Now, if you're wondering, Can she actually do this? Can she require her workers to get vaccinated? The answer appears to be yes, but her workers also have the right to request exemptions. Under federal law. Someone could say I have a medical or religious reason I can't be vaccinated and companies must try to provide accommodations. It's incredibly hard to manage a mandate. Johnnie Taylor Jr is president of the Society for Human Resource Management, He says Each request must be evaluated on its own merits. Now imagine if there were hundreds of them. A recent poll found four in 10. Americans don't want the vaccine, though that polling was done before anyone knew how well the vaccines would work. So this is a true headache for HR professionals. That's why you're likely to see many companies strongly encourage the vaccine, but stopped short of mandating it. Take, for example, the pork producers Smithfield, the company told NPR. They're not anticipating a firm mandate, but they want to offer the vaccine on site. Even with all the headaches, Taylor things many employers will go for the mandate. After all, they have an obligation to get rid of any known hazards in the workplace like Covad. It's real and it's devastating. So I think the dynamic changes. Employers are actually going to position this as I need to do this full stop. Now. There are some workplaces that already mandate the flu vaccine, most commonly hospitals. Dr. James McDevitt is dean of clinical affairs at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston. He says the annual flu shot is required for some 14,000 people, doctors, nurses, med students, even the clerks. They're sitting in a computer that don't see live patients. It's the right thing to do for society, he says. If you claim an exemption, you have to wear a mask. Now with the covert vaccine. Baylor is not going to make it mandatory until they can actually get enough supply to cover everyone and until it's been deemed safe, not just by the FDA, McDivitt says, but by his own colleagues. Johnny Taylor Jr says. Whatever companies decide there are likely to be challenges. And so Congress and state legislators are going to have to think about how to offer some protection on both sides. Legal protection for companies that mandate the vaccine in case someone has a bad reaction. Even though you will have to sign a waiver before you get the shot. They've also gotta protect the employers who decide not to make it. Mandate and then who are sued by employees who contracted Taylor has been meeting with federal employment officials telling them employers want to do the right thing, but they're in a tough spot, and they're going to need help getting through this.

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"mcdivitt" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:31 min | 3 months ago

"mcdivitt" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"But establishments fear this could be the end of them. An official who called the election the most secured history handed a pink slip by the Trump administration. And recapping our top story. The counting has ended in the city and election officials have the highest voter turnout since 1984 66% made their voices heard as Joe Biden clinched 81% of the vote to 18% for president Trump. That's all over the next 15 minutes. I'm Michelle Drum, Greg Valentina, the editor's desk with Damn Micah and to help Mitigate the spread of covert 19 Philadelphia banning indoor seating at bars and restaurants. Starting on Friday. Outdoor seating will be limited to four per table, and they have to live in the same household. He would abuse, beer and booze, Bro's John McDivitt and Paul Kurtz a report many establishments fear this latest blow won't allow them to stay open through the winter. Corey L. Me, is the general manager of Milk Boy Bar, a restaurant at 11th and Chest in center city. Says some of the new rules of failure absolute nonsense. How do they expect us to know if the table outside of four people, which is the maximum seating are from the same household? Are we supposed to ask for all the addresses and Peter licenses? That's this ridiculous? I'll be predicts about half of the bars in the city are going to have to close for good. As a result of these new restrictions elected are tearing because they're behind on rent. They're behind on multiple services from, you know, find food or alcohol, and this might be it. There's also some data out there to support on these predictions. It comes from a survey conducted in late August by Chuck Moran, executive director of the Pennsylvania Licensed Beverage and Tavern Association, leading into the four months we were anticipating.

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"mcdivitt" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:43 min | 4 months ago

"mcdivitt" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Route 55 Mass Transit is not reporting any major issues in the cave were doubly news Radio 24 Hour traffic center. I'm just drop it. Now the NBC 11th alert forecast low clouds and fog Maybe some drizzle overnight. Alot of 59 tomorrow Morning fog and mist heavyweight. Oh, a partial, sunny sky warm and a high of 75 for Sunday a chili or day a high of 55. Did 65 tours Dale 65 at Drexel Hill 60 forth the Acme in Roxborough, sponsored by Acme Acme Fresh Foods. And local flavors. Rosengarten moving scoreboard schedule your free roof estimate at roof. Nick dot com The Dodgers leading the Tampa Bay Rays by a score of five to nothing in the fifth and in Game three of the World Series in Arlington, Texas. While La's Justin Turner homered. Singles by Mookie Betts, Max Muncy and a sacrifice bunt by Austin Barnes are plating runners for those five runs. The serious by the way stands tied. Had won a piece right now. If you're going to address your pet up for Halloween, considering their comfort and safety should be right out there. Here's K Y W's John McDivitt, a hill of Newtown Square, wanted to dress up her four month old Yorkie blossom for Halloween. So she went online. I ordered her to Halloween dresses instead of Ah costume because she's so little and I didn't know what to put her in so one of the dresses said, which please on it and the other dress said I'm beautiful, but when she got the deliveries, they were too big. So Marissa is scrambling to figure something out. When it comes to costumes were pets. Make sure their.

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"mcdivitt" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:31 min | 5 months ago

"mcdivitt" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"42 Cherry Hill, 45 Malvo and then back to 48 from the Acme in Westmont. Sponsored by Acme Acme, Your favorite local supermarket. Ah fun Family event will take place next weekend in South Philadelphia to raise money to save animals lives the same time here's K y Nobody's John McDivitt. A drive in movie of that will be held next Saturday night in the key of parking lot in South Philadelphia to benefit the Pennsylvania S P. C. A. You can bring your blankets, folding chairs or view the movie a league of their own from the comfort of your car. The sound comes from speakers set up in the parking lot or from your AM radio. Gillian Coker is a spokeswoman for the Pennsylvania Species. She says fundraising events like this one are important and help support the organization's lifesaving missions. We absolutely have to get creative in this year due to everything that's been going on with the pandemic. But we're trying to pivot as much as we can. And do events like this, which is a driving keeps us socially distance and safe. And it's so important because we you know our work here at the Pennsylvania Species does not stop during a pandemic. We have been here the whole time. Rescuing animals from cruelty and neglect Ticket information, go to P s P c a dot orc John McDevitt K one OFYOU news radio. Time now for money news on a Sunday and hear from Bloomberg's Mona Rivera in the age of Kobe. Many classes have gone online gym classes, school classes, and now we have rock and roll fantasy classes. Welcome toe, rubber roll, fantasy camp rock and roll fantasy camp was founded more than 20 years ago by David Fish off to bring together rock stars and their fans. When we all.

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"mcdivitt" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:45 min | 5 months ago

"mcdivitt" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"7 22, hoping to save the lives of abused animals could be as simple as going to a drive in movie of John McDivitt and will cue up that right after we take care of this traveling and weather on the tooth. Traffic is sponsored by Shriners Hospitals for Children, and here is Malcolm Port next to the third. Well, thank you so much, John. And good morning to you down in Delaware County still have problems on 95 South bound pretty much between 4 52 and the name is road at the Delaware line. We've got traffic diverted at 4 52 for a serious crash. It's been out there for about three hours. They keep changing shifts for the police and the trucks to block this off. I'm seeing a shift change right now in the cameras, So everybody in a single line getting off at 4 52 whether you like it or not, so I was they avoid the area if you can. Cause you will be going of a far way out of your way. Taking that that route That was they take 13 as a good work around there. Everything looks good in this city, not seeing any problems on the vine Expressway. The schoolgirl looks good. All clear. Just a light volume in and out of center City. Of course. MLK drive still shut down for vehicle traffic. But you could take a walk or take a ride A cz you see fit, and then everything crying on the other side of the school on the Kelly drive. Fracture a broken bone walk right in Shriners hospitals for Children. Philadelphia hosts a walk in clinic Monday through Friday for your child sprains, strains and broken bones. Shriners hospitals for Children Fracture Clinic for injuries that cannot wait. Visit Shriners Philly DOT or GE. Indicate what w 24 hour traffic center. I'm Malcolm point after the third time now for our check of weather this morning, mostly clear, chilly temps in the upper forties and Philadelphia's some upper thirties in the suburbs. Later today, sunshine.

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"mcdivitt" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:40 min | 5 months ago

"mcdivitt" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Sponsored by Acme Acme, your favorite local supermarket. Ah fun Family event will take place next weekend in South Philadelphia. It will help to raise money to save animal lives. At the same time, here's K Y W's John McDivitt a drive in movie of that will be held next Saturday night in the parking lot in South Philadelphia to benefit the Pennsylvania s P. C. A. You could bring your blankets, folding chairs or view the movie a league of their own from the comfort of your car. The sound comes from speakers set up in the parking lot or from your AM radio. Julian Coker is a spokeswoman for the Pennsylvania Species, She says fundraising events like this one are important and help support the organization's lifesaving missions. We absolutely have to get creative in this year due to everything that's been going on with the pandemic, but we're trying to pivot as much as we can and do events like this, which is a driving keeps us socially distance and safe. And it's so important because we you know our work here at the Pennsylvania Species does not stop during a pandemic. We have been here the whole time. Rescuing animals from cruelty and neglect Ticket information, go to P s P c a dot org's John McDevitt K one OFYOU news Radio. Ben McIntosh was a star lacrosse player at Drexel University. The number one pick in the 2014 National Lacrosse League draft in the forward was recently acquired by the Philadelphia Wings. Kyi. Nobody's mad. Leon has an update Macintosh let Drax Soto its first ever sea, a tournament appearance as a senior in 2014, and he has been a star since joining the NLL. He talks about his love for the sport of lacrosse. The really cool thing about lacrosse is it's again. It's not one of those big sports. No one's in here playing it to get a paycheck or no one's in here, paying it because they're getting No millions of dollars playing the crossing. Everyone plays because they love it, and it just attracts, like really, really good type of person and and personality. So I just love being a locker room meeting the people Implanting alongside guys that just truly love playing across. You can listen to the entire interview with Ben McIntosh by checking out the latest episode of My Podcast, one on one with Matt Leon subscribe on the radio dot com map or wherever you get your podcast, Matt Leon K Y W News radio. Now it's Money news on a Sunday morning from Bloomberg, it's Motor of era. In the age of Cove in many classes have gone online gym classes, school classes, and now we have rock and roll fantasy classes. Welcome toe, rubber roll, fantasy camp rock and roll fantasy camp was founded more than 20 years ago by David Fish off to bring together rock stars and their fans when we always Tio coded and everything stopped. And and just myself. This is crazy. What we're going to dio the answer. Go online. I went to the rock stars, and I said, Hey, how about doing these classes? Let's see if we can get people to come on film. Give him an hour and let him ask questions. Assume our turned into two hours with everyone stuck at home. Alice Cooper says, Yeah, you know what? Chico and I got nowhere to go. Fischoff says. The zoom class size is limited. So fans get individual attention. Everyone bring their guitars on me like how you doing it Now you're not doing right. Let me show you how to do it Another way. The music business is pivoting in the pandemic, with money news from Bloomberg on K Y W I'm Mona Rivera, the latest on the president's hospitalization coming up on K Y w News radio. It's Jane. And if you're looking for a spooktacular new tradition this fall looked a kiwi Koh Kee. We co has hands on art and science projects for kids of all ages delivered to your doorstep with Kiwi Co kids can build a planetarium sculpt paper machine masks, explored kid friendly physics and more all from the comfort of home. Everything you need to make steam.

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"mcdivitt" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:07 min | 5 months ago

"mcdivitt" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"68 degrees Monday. Rain is likely in the morning with a high of 67 is currently 66 degrees in tours Dale 65 Drexel Hill, and it's also 65 degrees at the Acme in Roxborough. The support is sponsored by Acme Fresh Foods and Local flavors and a Fun family event will take place this weekend in South Philadelphia, and it's going to help raise money to save animals lives at the same time we hear more from KOW John McDivitt, a drive in movie of that will be held next Saturday night in the parking lot in South Philadelphia to benefit the Pennsylvania S P. C. A. You can bring your blankets, folding chairs or view the movie a league of their own from the comfort of your car. The sound comes from speakers set up in the parking lot or from your AM radio. Gillian Coker is a spokeswoman for the Pennsylvania Species. She says fundraising events like this one are important and help support the organization's lifesaving missions. We absolutely have to get creative in this year due to everything that's been going on with the pandemic. But we're trying to pivot as much as we can. And do events like this, which is a driving keeps us socially distance and safe. And it's so important because we you know our work here at the Pennsylvania Species does not stop during a pandemic. We have been here the whole time. Rescuing animals from cruelty and neglect Ticket information, go to P s P c a dot org's John McDevitt K one OFYOU NEWS Radio in 25 years ago today, the verdict was announced in the OJ Simpson murder trial. What was it about the OJ Simpson murder trial that captivated millions? Oil. The law professor Laurie Levinson had issues revolving round race It had issues revolving around domestic violence. It had a huge amount of media coverage tended to have a controversial verdict. We, the jury in the above entitled Action, Find the defendant, Orenthal James Simpson, not guilty of the crime of murder. The nation was divided. People were set in stone, the either thought that O. J had been framed. Or they thought, In fact, he got away with murder and a quarter century later, I don't think anyone has changed their mind regarding the verdict In that case, the Futterman CBS News 3 55. It's Money News on K one of you with Bloomberg's rainy day Young Ryan Cohen, built chewy dot com into a pet supply giant, then sold it for more than $3 billion. Now he wants to turn.

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KTRH

01:48 min | 5 months ago

"mcdivitt" Discussed on KTRH

"James McDivitt with the Baylor College of Medicine, they are receiving information over 600 different laboratories and all sorts of four minutes. So it was like trying. So who's not somebody's people physically riding on pieces of paper, the results of the covert cast and fax in it. And that's from our TV partner Channel to a similar backlog issue was reported last month by the Texas Department of State Health Services. A group of Republicans has filed a lawsuit looking to block Governor Greg Abbott's extension of early voting for the November election. Abbott added six days in the early voting period, moving the start from October 19th through the Turk 13th, citing the Corona virus pandemic. Suit brought by conservative activist Jarod would, Phil says Abbott is violating state election law, which requires early voting to start no more than 17 days before Election Day, the state Dan Harris County Republican Party Chairs are also part of that. Lawsuit. Rates news time coming up on 403 University of Houston now Oh for three and attempts to kick off it's football season. North Texas football. In a statement Wednesday said that four players tested positive for the Corona virus this past week and subsequent contact tracing has left the mean green unable to feel the team for Saturday's game against Houston. Is the fourth season opener delayed for Houston by Koven 19 opening games against Rice, Memphis and Baylor all postponed or cancelled, And in all four cases, the Cougars opponents were the ones that had the Corona virus issues. In addition, Houston also had a game schedule against Washington State back on September 12, but that was cancelled after the Pac 12 decided to not have its fall season on time. Next up for the Cougars, hopefully to lane on October 8th. Matt Napolitano, Fox News Great news Time 403. Just when you thought California couldn't get any crazier now they're banning the sale of gas powered cars. The executive order doesn't ban the driving of gas powered cars by 2035.

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"mcdivitt" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:38 min | 7 months ago

"mcdivitt" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Grants during the pandemic. The deadline for the next round of grants is quickly approaching. I'm John McDivitt, and that's coming up next here on a white W news radio. But 9 22 It's time for traffic and weather on the tubes to go back to Justin. Drop it in the traffic center. And thanks a lot J. So it's 76. Westbound closing detour between University Avenue and the by should Expressway for overnight construction. Farther west minor delay approaching Montgomery Drive due to a slow moving work Crew 95. Both directions now in Delaware County, jamming up approaching 4 52 That's construction South bound. It's in the left lane. And North bound looks like now only the left lane gets through fromthe state line up to exit one for Chae Chester Avenue, Pennsylvania Turnpike Westbound jamming up now, just past four, Washington two Right lanes blocked for road work. And then both directions on the pike between Downey found in Morgantown left link instructions. Or these extension North bound. Still GM just north of Lansdale, not sure what That issue is farther north of minor delay Right around Quakertown. That's due to roadwork in the right lane Commoner Barry Bridget slow heading into Pennsylvania due to roadwork when lanes available. Would you have an opening now on that's Cockney Palmyra Bridge and then traffic is slow over the Berlin to Bristol Bridge due to construction. In New Jersey and candidates. 6 76 north down at Crawl approaching exit for for Atlantic Avenue, two lanes blocked for road work and on the turnpike. It's a minor delay north and north of Exit three construction in the right length mass transit, not reporting any major problems. I'm Justin job back into Cuba. W 24 hour traffic. So thank you so much. Justine. And now in the NBC 11th alert forecast for the rest of your Tuesday evening. Be warm and humid with a few low clouds and some fog developing overnight. Low temperature 75.

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"mcdivitt" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

04:29 min | 8 months ago

"mcdivitt" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"With more from the White House, CBS correspondent Natalie Brand CBS News has learned. The president spoke with Dr Anthony Thatching on Wednesday night. The phone call was their first conversation since June 2nd. This comes as the president appears to be trying to distance himself from White House officials attempts to discredit the government's top infectious disease expert in recent days. Dr Fauci did not address those tensions during an online interview with Facebook CEO Mark Sucker Berg Thursday. We're all in this together. We are going to get through it. But in an interview with CBS Evening News anchor Norah O'Donnell for InStyle magazine found, she described himself is a political and said he does not like being pitted against the president. Meanwhile, pressure is escalating on lawmakers to finalize additional Corona virus relief legislation extended unemployment benefits are set to run out. By month's end protections will be staying in place, though for people in Pennsylvania who cannot afford to pay their utility bills. Here's cable I W's John McDivitt all those in favor, Please say Aye. I inserted to vote, the PUC has failed to adopt the motion to remove protections for customers from getting their service shut off for failure of payments during the pandemic. It was the chair Gladys Brown Do trails proposal second by Vice Chair David Sweet. I'm concerned that maintaining the moratorium for A time period that is to Lam P. They only work to accelerate the crew all the weird form any utility customers and place them at increased risk of the foam. And permanent ation in the future. On March Guild. Inevitably become do commissioners Ralph You Nora and John Coleman opposed the motion. Cold was as one thing is clear, cause there are building and that they will be bore by the customer's not by the utility. Who will most certainly see recovery of the cost of the pandemic and then did to the moratorium. Emergency order has yet to be established. John McDevitt came out of you news radio. Montgomery County Health officials are encouraging people who catch the virus to cooperate with contact tracing, which could limit transmission of the virus. W Suburban Bureau chief Gim Il reports out that officials air citing examples as things that could spark an outbreak. Graduation party was in late June. Montgomery kind of commissioner of Allah. It was identified that some attendees were sharing drinks out of the same glass and sharing vague pens. Several positive cases had been identified as possibly being infected. But she says they think there were more people exposed at that party. But we have not been able to notify them because no one has been willing to share the names with us. Marcus says They also had a youth sports coach coach while contagious but before he or she had gotten the test Rika says after they worked with the league to shut down, the team recommended 12 players and three coaches be quarantined. Some parents took their Children to play in other leagues, and she says that coach attended 1/4 of July party again before the test, but would not say who was at the party. These are the types of activities that when you see these big outbreaks and some of our other states, this is how this happens. He wants people to remember. Contact tracing is always confidential and key to spotting and preventing outbreaks. At the suburban bureau Jim Mel Work convertible unit and Butts County back to school will include a first plastic face shields for the kids. The county commissioners chairwoman Dianne Marsiglia says they'll provide the mass to every student in public and private schools in the county. She says. The mask are in the works right now. We are pretty hopeful that this is going to be a big, you know, comfort step for everybody as we get adjusted to the idea of going back to school. She says the new protective gear will be provided to the schools and the schools will coordinate handing them out with parents. A nation's largest public school system that serves 1.1 million students and the upcoming blended learning setting isn't working for some of their families, with students expecting to spend some days in school classrooms and some days remote learning it's a logistical challenge for a lot of parents here. So the mayor announced that the city is working on a system to accommodate working parents who need help. We've been trying to find every way.

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"mcdivitt" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:58 min | 8 months ago

"mcdivitt" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"To you by progressive where drivers Khun Still switch and save like it's 2019 today, a progressive dot com progressive casualty insurance company and affiliates of your Saturday evening. Expected to be partly sunny is going to be hot, humid. There would be some scattered showers and thunderstorms throughout the area. They've been there all day. Long Temperature's gonna hang out near 90 tonight. Skies will clear in the humidity will drop down, which is a big big deal. Low temperature 72 years. Sunday's gonna be mostly sunny, hot but less human. Still hot, though. 92 degrees K. Whateveryou news time is 5 30 I'm the pen medicine studios encouraging you to never stop believing you can be the difference. You know, Radio 10 60. You've never needed us more. Many beachgoers at the Jersey Shore are finding swimming restrictions because of strong currents caused by the recent tropical storm. I'm John Devin president trumpets commuting the prison sentence of his longtime friend and ally. Roger Stone Jersey comes up with millions of dollars to help those in need of a meal. David It's currently partly sunny. 89 degrees. We have some scattered showers and thunderstorms in the area Temperature is going to stay in the upper eighties for most of the evening. Good Saturday evening. I'm J. Scott Smith on our top story at 5 30 Tropical Storm Fay may be long gone, but her impact is still being felt along the Jersey shore as we hear from Katrina because John McDevitt Swimming restrictions are in place that several beaches this weekend due to rip currents, rough waves, rip currents and strong winds of lifeguards of many beaches, like in Margate City, keeping a close eye on Mother's Beach Patrol Lieutenant John Toland, we have no one passed their waist, so basically, we're making sure that it's restrictive bathing for the safety of the baby, Toland says. We're those venturing into the water. Make sure it's done in front of the lifeguard stands and on Lee when life guards were on duty between 10 AM and six PM, everybody guys To be listening to you and swimming near 100%. I mean, one of the main things I can't stress enough is making sure that they are always swimming in bonds, a guarded beach always make sure that they are swimming going to be ours. Always pay attention. Keep looking in to see if the guards are getting eight directions. Listen for the whistles in the sign, and you have Children. Make sure that you're also watching your Children. I mean, lifeguards are watching many people. Children is one of them, but you have to also make sure your bid Washing your Children? Well, John McDivitt, a one ofyou news radio on the Philadelphia school district is launching an initiative to root out systemic racism. That story is coming up. Okay, whatever your news radio, But right now, at 5 32 it is time for traffic and weather on the twos and it's goodbye to get two free sale from window nation. Is it winter nation dot com For more details, we go over to Troy more in the traffic center. Good evening J start. We begin with 76 Scougall Expressway. Traffic is sluggish as you make your way from the approach of Spring Garden Street Index of 3 44 That's where 6 76 Divine Street expressway were all eastbound. Traffic is being forced.

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"mcdivitt" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:41 min | 8 months ago

"mcdivitt" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"John McDivitt, a one ofyou news radio in the Garden State is helping food banks in need during this time of need, I should say that's ahead on K Y W News radio Right now It's 50 too. When it is time for traffic and weather on the tubes. Let's get our first check with roads in this five o'clock hour with Troy Morris. And Good afternoon. J. Scott Looks like we got some rain moving through the area on the school expressway roads of within traffic's moving kind of slow as you make your way east of 4 76 the blue room heading towards Belmont Avenue. Once you get into the city traffic slows approaching Spring Garden Street into 6 76 the Vine Street Expressway. He's found Scougall clothes from the behind and over the Grays ferry again this weekend for a weekend long road work till five AM Monday. In addition, the ramps of Walnut Street And a South Street to 76 ease their clothes east on the buying. Things are slow as you make away from 76 past Broad Street west on the vinyl foot taps of the brakes heading into the school called West on the school. Not too much going on there. 90 five's in good shape so far. King of pressure Watch out for disabled vehicle onto to the car park at Henderson Road just into the traffic center crashing jumping him Montgomery County on Cheltenham Avenue. It shout that supper's length. Franconia, Mark Cohen Accident on Pick Road at Cow Path Road, South Pottstown. Watch out for Disabled vehicle on Scougall Road at Cline Road, South Jersey got emergency construction is cleared on the 42 3 way north down near the Black horse Pike, You Good to go when you major roadways in South Jersey area bridges are all right Mass Transit's running on her clothes. To schedule your next update in less than 10 minutes on Troy Morrison a wide open 24 hour traffics Thanks so much Troy, and now we go to the NBC 11th Alert. Five day forecast. We welcome in Glen Hurricane Schwartz hot and humid for.

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