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"new jersey city" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"The school. Same goes for 6 76 Divine Expressway. In the P. J. Fitzpatrick Home Improvement 24 hour traffic center. I'm Malcolm point, actually, the third time now for us to check whether we get the forecast from NBC 11th Alert meteorologist Crystal Clyde. Good morning cold conditions out there to start. Not much improvement as we go into the rest of our Sunday. We're only looking at high off 35 degrees, but the good news is while still breezy. It won't be quite as windy is yesterday. We're also looking at some increasing clouds, especially the afternoon on into this evening and through tonight. Tonight. The forecast Lois 26 degrees That's a near Monday morning Monday. During the day we are dry. Mostly cloudy. The high 41 degrees. The cold really settles in at night when that system moves in giving us a chance for a least some light snow or wintry mix to start more turnover to rain likely on Tuesday with a forecast high of 36 degrees, I'm NBC 11th Alert meteorologist Crystal Quiet with your most accurate forecast. Count on it right now In center city. It's partly cloudy. We're getting some early son. Feels like 16 degrees, even though it's 24 heading up to 35 later today, serving Philadelphia and beyond on crystal clear one or 39 efforts if K y w News radio three things to know what 7 15, sponsored by Oliver Heating and Cooling the impeachment of former President Trump goes to the Senate tomorrow to trial set to begin on February, 8th. Take a listen it who had China Ground zero for the pandemic to hear what has changed and what has not one year on recapping our top story. Getting an appointment for a covert vaccine can be frustrating. So in New Jersey City hosts of first come first vaccinated event instead, that's all ahead in the next 15 minutes. Good morning. I'm Jonah's.
"new jersey city" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Looks good on that side. But if you're not saying what you're seeing this, give us a call it 2157 24 10 16 from the P. J. Fitzpatrick Home Improvement 24 hour Traffic Center. I'm Malcolm point after the third. Time now for our check of weather, the forecast now from NBC 11th alert meteorologist Crystal Clyde. Good morning cold conditions out there to start. Not much improvement as we go into the rest of our Sunday. We're only looking at a high of 35 degrees, But the good news is while still breezy. It won't be quite as windy is yesterday. We're also looking at some increasing clouds, especially the afternoon on into this evening and through tonight tonight, the forecast Lois 26 degrees. That's a near Monday morning Monday during the day We are dry. Mostly cloudy. The high 41 degrees. The cold really settles in at night when that system moves in, giving us a chance for a least some light snow or wintry mix to start more turnover to rain likely on Tuesday with the forecast high of 36 degrees, I'm NBC 11th Alert meteorologist Crystal Quiet with your most accurate forecast counting it. Right now, The sky is clear. The temperature's 25 degrees were aiming for a high of 35 this afternoon. The news has never been clearer on K Y w News radio one of 39 FM. Three things to know what 5 16 sponsored by Oliver heating and cooling, while covert vaccinations continue hospital still have to deal with patients who get the disease. Armed with a handful of treatments and some educated guesses. Well, take a listen at Wuhan, China Ground zero for the pandemic to hear what has changed in what is not one year on recapping our top story. Getting an appointment for a covert vaccine can be frustrating. So in New Jersey City hosts of first come first vaccinated event instead. That's all ahead in the next 15 minutes. Good morning. I'm John Austin.
13-year-old girl charged in shooting death of 35-year-old man in Jersey City
"Year old girl has been charged with the fatal shooting of a 35 year old man in Jersey City. N. B C four reports. The unidentified teen was charged with murder yesterday for the December 10th killing of Niles homes. A 24 year old man was also shot, but he survived. The team was arrested Christmas Eve and is being prosecuted as a juvenile. The motive for the shooting was not disclosed.
New York Residents Reflect On Deadly Jersey City Shooting 1 Year Later
"Jersey city is marking the one year anniversary of a deadly anti Semitic attack perpetrated by two shooters who killed the Jersey City Police officer then stormed a kosher market and murdered three people inside. W. Marcie's Matt Katz reports. New Jersey Attorney General Gerbier Gray wall was on his way to Jersey City. On the afternoon of December. 10th 2019 City Detective Joseph Seals had been found executed in a cemetery and there was now a gunfight at a kosher grocery store nearby. List. Miguel Rodriguez and immigrant from Ecuador who worked at the market was dead. And soon his widow was asking great wall. Somebody hate the Jewish people. The Jewish people gave my husband a job. How could they do this? Since the shooting Gray Walls office launched an online portal where people can report discrimination and a state task force released guidelines and how to provide students with anti bias education. Haven't Bernstein, Jewish leader who now runs Community Security Service, which helps protect synagogues was also on the scene in Jersey City. That day. We said Mourners cottage for the victims and stood in the synagogue that was shared the wall of the kosher market. And as a nominee, and I've seen bullet holes on shell casings and things I just never imagined seeing in a synagogue in my lifetime, Bernstein recalls a dark December last year, there were regular attacks, an Orthodox Jews in Brooklyn and a fatal machete attack and a Hanukkah celebration in months in New York. Officials say it's talents in both the Muncie and Jersey City incidents appear to be followers of the anti Semitic black Hebrew is relate movement. Pamela Johnson, a Black Jersey city resident who runs the Jersey City Anti violence coalition, said in the aftermath, Jewish and black leaders held a joint food and toy giveaway and hosted a Hanukkah Kwanza dinner because we have to live. Amongst each other, and we do want to have a relationship, and we want to be able to make sure that we called you in respect to one another right. But for Johnson, the high profile nature of the incident obscures the anonymous gun violence that often occurs in Jersey City. Just last week, a mother of four was shot and killed on the sidewalk, two doors down from the kosher market. Didn't hear about it. Did you? Are you sure? McFadden, a cafeteria worker and a high school and a mother of four, was shot dead in front of her kids last Friday.
"new jersey city" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Correspondent Mark Roma Lard has more word of two effective vaccine candidates nearing emergency approval by the FDA. The chief scientific adviser of President Trump's Vaccine development program, operation Warp speeds, Doctor Moncef Slough, he says. We have Already started to stockpile vaccine those, he says. Once the vaccine is approved a plan to begin shipment of the first doses within 24 hours it will be coordinated through 64 jurisdictions, which include all 50 states, eight territories and six major metropolitan areas. Fizer today said it was in regular communication with President elect Joe Biden's transition team. As part of ongoing efforts to keep all interested parties updated on its Corona virus. Vaccine and distribution wins news time 4 31 time now for traffic and transit for your commute. Here's Greg Rise, We're gonna have to do Laurie getting worse Getting to the George. We told you about the wreck on the North battle West side before the George knocking out the left lane. Now we've got a crash on the North and Egan after the cross Bronx, knocking out Elaine and causing an absolute standstill. From the RFK. Everything else the westbound cross Bronx, the North bandy and bad in their own special ways, right to the George. In fact, on the East Side of Manhattan, you slow down from before Waterside Plaza, and you won't see if the speed limit until you are back in New Jersey City bound side of the George Washington Bridge. It's a good ride to the upper and lower inbound side of Lincoln's gonna run you about 15 outbound side as a solid 30 and 4 95 West Bank roll over to Kennedy Boulevard Holling about 10 in 20, plus out of lower Manhattan at the hall and then back in Jersey. Stay with Skyway. Westbound Newark Bay extension already jamming up getting across the Newark Bay Bridge, the riding Queens Long Island Expressway westbound before the Grand Central. A crash in the right lane. Eastbound ally is awful through Queens over to NASA will pass New Hyde Park Road because of an earlier crash and that it will stay slow on the eastbound Long Island Expressway to one of 67 more company over to Bagatelle Road and then east of the sack to coast. Getting over towards motor Parkway, traffic and transit every 10 minutes on the ones breaking traffic alerts whenever they happen. Traffic sponsored by arch care I'm Greg Rice on 10 10 with AccuWeather ex surgeon four day forecast here is meteorologist Brian Thompson. The Lord is going to consider to be pretty brisk into the sea thing. But as the night goes on the window to finish, it is gonna be clear and called night the lows in the load of it. Twenties and most suburbs around 30 in the city. See it through the day. For tomorrow, we'll sunshine. A mix of clouds will be breezy, but not as cold In the afternoon high 48 real field temperatures will be in the thirties, which is certainly still chilly, but not as cold as we've been seeing this afternoon on real fields of really struggled together the low twenties all afternoon Partly cloudy for tomorrow night low 44 noticeably my other on Friday with a good deal of sunshine and a high of 61. A nice smile Day Saturday with Sun and clouds high again 61 for Sunday clouds limited sunshine will be a bit cooler higher on 55. We should see some showers heading towards Sunday night or Monday. 35 degrees. Right now. It's clear in midtown. We're going down to 30. I'm accurate. The meteorologist Brian top set on New York's weather station 10 10 wins these time. 4 34. The Trump campaign wants recounts in too heavily Democratic counties in Wisconsin President lost Milwaukee and Dane counties by nearly 365,000 votes. As Joe Biden won Wisconsin by about 21,000. The Trump campaign says the two counties were the site of the worst irregularities, though it's citing no evidence of wrongdoing. Damn state elections officials say there was none. Still, the campaign's paid $3 million for a recount in both counties recounts in Wisconsin and elsewhere have historically meant little one happened in Wisconsin for years ago,.
"new jersey city" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Liz Warner W or New Jersey City, setting up a goal to hand out more than 600,000 face masks as part of a hashtag mask up J C campaign. Mayor Steve Bullet made the announcement yesterday, saying the goal is to avoid another surge that could ultimately impact people's mental health and disrupt the local economy. The plane calls from mailing masks to all 120,000 households and distributing 2000 stickers for storefronts that read, Mask up to enter. Jersey City reported a total of 119 cases on Tuesday and Wednesday as New Jersey reported more than 2000 cases statewide yesterday. Turning the Westchester where county health officials are urging parents to get their Children flu shots. Health Commissioner Dr Shirlee Tha Ambler and Westchester Park Pediatrics Board of Health President, Dr Robert Baker, or holding a discussion later today. They say it's vital that kids get vaccinated for influenza so as to avoid the worst symptoms and also to help doctors know if they could be looking at covert 19 as opposed to the flu. Experts say flu shots become fully effective about two weeks after someone gets the vaccine, with the highest flu activity reported between December and February and visas deal to buy a financial services company is running into a road block. As Tom Roberts explains, the Department of Justice has anti trust concerns and is seeking to stop the deal between Visa and Platt from happening. The D. O. J is concerned about the power of visa would have over debit transactions. These air responded to the department's complaint filed in federal court, the company said the department's move is legally flawed. I'm Tom Roberts, w R Sports the Giants will trying to pull off a season sweep this Sunday at Washington. They have their only win of the season 2019 at home against Washington and week six. And the Giants were last in the NFC East and one in seven. Washington is in second place at two and five.
Ronald "Khalis" Bell, co-founder of Kool & the Gang, dead at 68
"Ronald Ronald Police. Bell singer and co founder of the band Cool in the gang passed away yesterday at the age of 68 because of death has not been released and back in 1964 Bell and his brother, Robert Cool Bell, who were just teenagers at the time formed Kool and the Gang in Jersey City, New Jersey. Belle Co wrote the song Celebration among others. So break good. Also get down on it. Jungle Boogie Ladies night and cherish that You're
Incoming freshmen discuss what it's like to start college during a pandemic
"Now, one more thing about what it's like to start your freshman year of college during a pandemic I think's away that the virus is affecting incoming freshmen. This group of people on a really unique way that time between high school and college during a normal year when there's not a pandemic is already stressful. It's such a big moment. Name is Lauren MacKinnon. I am an education reporter after coats. I was thinking a lot about the summer between my senior year of high school in my Freshman Year of college when I was just being anxious and also being excited and worried about the transition though a pandemic into it, all this as schools and colleges across the country struggle with their reopening plants here though an economic crisis in. In, family struggling during the pandemic it makes it even more difficult and I really wanted to capture the stories and understand kind of decisions young people were making and how those decisions the rest of their lives. My. Name is Adrian Williams I'm eighteen years old I'm from Jersey City New Jersey and I go V illustrious. Howard University. School is fully online. So I'm I'm home. So Asiana she has wanted to go to Howard University for years. And you know she applied when she senior she's ready to go and all of a sudden. It didn't really make a ton of sense to. Apply for loans and do all the stuff when the economy's in great money is just not looking right and I can't and I and it was it was to the point where I literally couldn't go I could not school. The balance is not paid and no one in my family had good enough credit to cosign on my loan and so all of a sudden kind of her goal for most of high school to grow to this university didn't make sense because of the pandemic when it's done to higher education and so I think her big kind of. Decision making process really revolved around money. She was considering the community college closer to home. She would save a lot of money doing that it was really about the financial implications of this and I'm. Doing the best for her emily the you know the decision to take out loans right now that's going to affect you know for the rest of your life. started out I really didn't think it would affect my college at all. Zeros did I think that it would be like this I think the big theme is just the decisions that these students are hatching make because the pandemic. I think that you know we hear a lot about young people, college students, breaking rules, and wanting to party not wearing masks I think we is happening but these were students who really wanted to play by the rules really just wanted as normal college experience as possible try to as they can happen and it just didn't happen or they have to change it and make alterations to the original plans, which is something that everyone is having to you in different ways but if you're an incoming freshman this. Desert ways since decisions could play out. So once they announced a statement saying. No one is community campus. The tuition was perfectly reduced to the fact where we opinionated cash like us how small the ballots was. Running for Miss Freshman so you might. Think that I can do a good job in even if I don't end up winning Miss Freshman, I think I will have a lot of fun running. For Miss Fresh. I'm going to try.
Ariel by Dean Friedman
"Everybody welcome back to the story Song podcast on accoring I'm Rachel Oakes, and the Michael Gazelle ever so we walked through the world of a story song and this week. We are looking into the mouth of madness. Earned this is. Ariel by Dean Friedman I mean before we get started with anything man I I heard this song for the first time about two hours ago. And all I have to say is what I just listened to. Yeah I could go into. Love it I also heard this on. I think it was on the seventy channel on Satellite Radio and yeah, much like lonely boy. It was definitely a like. What wait a minute? What is happening by this? Was this left me less angry. I was definitely far more delighted. Delight it's a delight. Well. It's the opposite where whereas lonely boy leaves out a lot of the story. Yeah, this is every single. detail. And I'm saying. This is. Lonely boy is. All story, no details this. There's no story this. Details. This is a ninety fashion magazine. Because this is details, there's nothing. have. So yeah, I like I, said I think this is the rare song that I do think a good song and yet I'd love it I really legitimately love this song, but also but again. Being fully aware that objectively dishonest, not good, and we're going to get more into into that and to to Misa. Friedman's career later on, but. Okay so the story is where in New Jersey. and. Our narrator, OUR PROTAGONISTS DEAN! We'll call him. meets a young lady at the mall He instantly falls in love with her again. We learned a lot of details like she's Jewish Does not see I mean that's fine, but it's not seem to. Matter one way or the other? and. He tells her that he's in a rock and roll band. She should come see it, she does. They go to dairy queen. His place. They Watch TV and they make love at the end and were Oh, enroll so total that will dean has fallen in love with this woman. Whose name is Ariel? We've also told that she has a beautiful singing voice at no point in the song she sing. and has nothing to do with anything that is the refrain of is how beautiful! So, what do they I don't way on the. Side! Berbie. Young? Sang binding Bahrain. Bob Bob. Mark. She was working for the breads grief. was. In. A cop she was looking to change, so was I. Let's start at the top here. He says hey, on the would start at the top as if it matters. We can start sideways. It really doesn't matter, but it's just a series of details and the order does not matter. Just, just for tradition, sake, it started. Says, way on the other side of the Hudson deep in the bosom of suburbia. I met a young girl. She sang mighty fine tears on my pillow and Ave Maria quite the rain. Definitely? End Ave. Maria the first thing I want to say. Is that so I believe? Dean lives in New Jersey. In Paris and we can discuss that in a moment, but it is sort of funny. How he saying way on the other side of the Hudson so that is oriented from New York City. From Manhattan. And yet, so it's in a way. He's almost seeing himself. Not as the central character in his own story in a way, or not in the central location like he's thinking of himself, as I'm on the other side of the Hudson Right. New York City like I it just I just find that. Hitting The impression that I got was that he was from New York. City and he went out to Jersey. Okay that is very possible. That's what I winning I. Wanted Sketch what I thought too, or he's. He's keeping in mind. His audience, which is probably clubs in New York City and they're like. If he just said parameters they'd be like. Where is that mythical place? Like. Any night paramus through the mall is on the other side of the Hudson. Oh, you mean New Jersey I never go there. Yeah and that's the other thing. That's funny, too, is that he doesn't say deep in New Jersey says on the other side of the Hudson right so again. It's like a you know that's the way so in from from you know some some manhattanite. Club Goer might even think of it. It's like Oh. That's on the other. That's across the bridge. Exactly I never go. I only see it from my penthouse apartment. But I've never actually been over there. So debate I gotTA, take. Half trained to get there no. There's no way this this hypothetical. We're talking about. They'll even know the term the Pat Oh you. Don't even know what your dot car service all the way. Yeah or at least a taxi, yeah! If for some reason, they have to go to Jersey. City but yeah. They are not familiar with with the path train. The train goes on a path I know. But the rest of it. I don't know what you're talking about. New Jersey.
"new jersey city" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Low in the president's right with that, in the facts in the statistics back, it's up there. Many of the Corona virus cases are mild in many patients recover in a few weeks, But not everyone, and Wallace has been sick for more than 100 days. It's a little hard to pinpoint exactly when It started because I thought it was anxiety. At first she's an associate professor of English at New Jersey City University and thinks March 17th is when it started. I was definitely feeling chest pain. Pressure on my chest is if somebody had placed a large stone on my sternum was unbearable. Wait there and I And I thought perhaps his anxiety was an anxiety producing time. We'd all just gone into to shut down. Stay at home orders, and my daughter was sick at heart and did the same thing at the same symptoms. You did very different. Her symptoms. She her symptoms started a nine Nine or 10 days before mine, and she had a cough first and then a fever and she never had shortness of breath. She was sick for three weeks, and then she was better. Her cough lingered for months. She still has a little bit now. That's four months later. She still has a little bit of a cough, but it's nothing like it was before. Now at the time, the Corona virus was really starting to get worse and worse in the New York New Jersey area. Did you go right away to the E R. So I made an appointment to get her to her doctor. The next day, and they said Don't take her to the E. R. If she doesn't have covert. She will catch it there that you want to avoid the R unless absolutely necessary. She's not in respiratory distress right now. But tests were very strictly regulated at that time, and she didn't qualify and you couldn't get her tested for days while you were dealing with the symptoms that you had, So did you get both tested? Finally, at the same time, we did finally get tested. On March 22nd and the reason we were able to get tested finally was because we were both sick and because of my M s. I was ah, high risk category. Multiple sclerosis. How long have you been living with that? I was diagnosed 11 years ago. Okay, now, how much of a factor before Corona virus was that with your health? It's very manageable Disease for May I and fully mobile I work more than full time. I'm very active. I have a lot of energy that said I have heard ago all the time. I have I have symptoms, but I think most people wouldn't know I had them. You had the coronavirus over 100 days. So how? How? What's it been like It doesn't have. The symptom has been the same the whole time. If they changed. It is such a roller coaster. I have never had a cost. I've never had a fever that it's been consistent from day one. But I have had shortness of breath. I've had low oxygen levels. I've had migraines and insomnia and feeling in my in my extremities. I've had any have had digestive problems. Those things are constant, but I don't have them on every single day. So some days I'm on my oxygen concentrator like I was this morning before I got in this car with you. Because my oxygen was low, So I turned my oxygen on and I and I got myself stabilized. And now I'm OK on then tomorrow I might not need it at all. Last week. I was in the E R for the fifth time five times five times all related to the symptoms of this virus exactly starting on March 25th My goodness. So it's a constant terror too, because, you know, I never know when I might need to go to the E. R. And I thought I was past this. I thought I was On the mend, and I am I let me clarify I I do believe I am getting better. But But then I was at my pulmonologist office last week and I almost I started to I was aware of it. I started to fade out and I and I said, Look, it's happening right now. I just been talking about my symptoms and it started to happen and she leaves the table back so I could lie down. And then she said, I don't know because I almost passed out right there in front of her just talking to her. She said. I don't feel comfortable sending you home like this. And she literally put me in a wheelchair and wheel me to the E. R. And Wallace is part of an exclusive club that none of them ever wanted to be in. Called the long Haul Covad Fighters Group. It has more than 5000 members around the world have all been sick with the Corona virus for 80 days or more. Some our fitness buffs, even marathoners, not older, frailer vulnerable. There are a lot of people and one of you who have been sick for a very long time. And one of the surprising things about it is that a lot of the people in this group in this long haul covert fighters group don't have underlying conditions or they're not. You know, they're not elderly people They frequently are in their twenties thirties forties, I turned 50 in the, um in the emergency room in March. Terrible way to spend your birthday. I know my one goal that day was to stay out of the hospital, and it did not achieve it. But I made it home before my birthday ended. So that was that was the wind. Does it frustrate you when you see how over time This is developed, where something like 40 to 50% of cases. Might have no symptoms whatsoever. And here you are dealing with it for over 100 days. It is a little frustrating because for the people who don't have symptoms or who have a very mild form of cove, it maybe have symptoms. But habits have them for two or three days or maybe a week. And, you know, God bless them. I'm happy that that is that is wonderful right that people do have that very small impact from it. But the frustrating piece about that is that Then that that becomes the narrative that coat right that it's not that big of a deal. Like President Trump has said over the weekend that look most For most people, This is harmless. I think, he said. 99% of people..
2019 saw most anti-Semitic incidents in US in 40 years, tally finds
"Anti semitic incidents in the U. S. reached a record high last year including deadly attacks on the California synagogue a Jewish grocery store in Jersey city and the rabbis New York home the anti defamation league's report found two thousand one hundred seven anti semitic incidents in two thousand nineteen the highest tally since the group began tracking incidents in nineteen
Lockdown protests held across U.S.
"Many protesters say all businesses should re open at once the solution to this is hurting more people that's how we need to open up our state now others suggest a more gradual approach in a tweet Saturday the Wisconsin department of health services says none of that can happen until there's more testing labs PP and supplies New Jersey has re opened state parks WCBS TV's Corey James is this fixture Osage is jumping for joy stop the only kid thrilled to be at liberty state park in Jersey city the light infantry came out with his brother and mom all of them have been dealing with the case of cabin fever because of the stay at home order and for fifteen to sell really enjoying this
"new jersey city" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Masks New Jersey city councilman among those who have been lost to covert nineteen thank you weather says increasing cloudiness with a low near fifty and midtown intervals of clouds and sunshine later today nice and mild with a high of sixty three I'm Lou burglary coffee stocks will try to extend yesterday seven percent advance the Chrysler plans to restart north American production on may fourth wins news time one forty one daily death toll remains painfully high if the governor had said New York may have flattened the curve putting us at the beginning of a plateau just under six hundred more people are dead from corona virus a staggering number but it's a number the governor says has remained flat now for two days while none of this is good news the possible flattening of the curve is better than the increases that we have seen but governor Cuomo isn't about to relax statewide restrictions this is an enemy that we have under estimated from day one almost at city hospitals are redlining staff and facilities pushed to the Max and he's asking the president to allow the navy hospital ship comfort to take corona virus patients the governor says moving ventilators around the state where they are needed has worked have we lost any one because we didn't have a bed or we do have a ventilator no yes for a city council and idea to temporarily bury people in city parks Cuomo says I haven't heard it admitting you here's a lot of wild rumors al Jones ten ten wins news city council health committee chair mark Levin says the rising number of deaths is putting a strain on the morgue funeral homes and cemeteries we don't have enough space and refrigerated facilities and we do need to store those who have died in temporary and permanent sites he says public parks may be a possibility a mayoral spokesperson denies this the mayor it sought to allay concerns I am telling you the thing that I believe is what new Yorkers need to here do we have the capacity to handle it yes we've been working closely with the federal government to make sure we have the capacity he says Hart island is a consideration where temporary burials will be handled with respect and given all appropriate religious considerations Juliet Papa ten ten wins news news time one forty three today's temporary hospital at the US tennis center in queens will open up twelve courts to be turned into a makeshift hospital to treat patients we Armstrong center will be used to prepare and distribute up to twenty five thousand meals each day coronavirus taking an increasing toll on public employees in the city among those who died thirty three transit workers thirteen members of the NYPD nearly one out of five officers he is sick nearly sixty nine thousand confirmed cases in the city two thousand seven hundred thirty eight that's making up most of the nearly forty eight hundred total corona virus related deaths so far in New York state where at least a hundred thirty thousand seven hundred new Yorkers have tested positive wins news time a one forty four known for delivering hard truths with a dash of optimism Dr Anthony Fauci warning about what might be the new normal for a year maybe longer which could mean some forms of social distancing at least till then economically the president is anxious to get the country running again soon and there is a belief that some kind of normalcy can return sometime in the summer but when it comes to not having to worry about a corona virus outbreak a new doctor Anthony Fauci figures that won't really happen until a vaccine is approved it's back to normal means acting like there never was a corona virus problem I don't think that's going to happen until we do have a situation where you can completely protect the population children in the United States and around the world are still supposed to be vaccinated against polio a disease that was a scourge a century ago but Costantini Washington wins news time one forty five ten ten when sports updates still suspended but there is word one of baseball's all time greats has died the man known as Mr tiger has passed away at the age of eighty five all the things like alkaline spent twenty two seasons with the Tigers to this day he holds the club record for regular season games played at two thousand eight hundred thirty four well as three hundred ninety nine home runs remain a career high for those who have worn the Old English D. K. why spend most of his career playing right field where he helped the Tigers topped the cardinals to win the nineteen sixty eight World Series just days before his career ended in nineteen seventy four K. one eclipse the three thousand hit plateau he was inducted into the home in nineteen eighty I'm Danny cap MLB commissioner rob Manfred said in a statement K. line was one of those who made the shortlist of players who means the most to us the NFL making a list selecting the best players from the past decade the NFL announced its all decade team for the twenty tens and it's headlined by the same quarterback who led the previous decade Tom Brady the Packers Aaron Rodgers also was named as a quarterback Brady was one of eight unanimous selections the others were Aaron Donald von Miller J. J. watt Adrian Peterson Joe Thomas marshal Yanda and Justin Tucker Brady's now former coach bill Belichick also made the team for the second straight decades his predecessor Pete Carroll was the other coach other notables included Antonio brown Larry fitzgerald rob Gronkowski Richard Sherman antero Reavis on time Merriam means news on one forty six back to the coronavirus headlines UP next what do you want to protect whether it's a diamond necklace or one made of macaroni your newborn baby or your first baby we all want to protect the things and people we love most help keep everything safe with a free home.
New York - N.J. steps up to help front-line workers
"It is often said that if you want something done ask a busy person such is the case with Amy Frank Goldman she runs her own wealth management firm in New Jersey she's also home schooling her daughter currently recovering from the corona virus and just last week launched the local chapter of the front line appreciation group on Facebook where she helped raise money for men and women on the front lines of the pandemic she's here to talk about her group AB how did this begin for you I would think about what it really cross the river from New York City and we were around for nine eleven but all the started blowing up and we're watching what happens in New York City I didn't think I had to do something so I started looking around for the opportunity that kind of help the front line workers who believe that the not the front end of this but also I kept seeing all these stories about small businesses that were struggling with self you know if we were to show our appreciation for the people who are online why can't we do that by using local restaurants to to fund that goal to give some of that money back into the community out there I started a page on Facebook and it just went bananas so how does it work so basically what we do is we take a donation from the people who work during the day of the FIFA pages they are both of them on the peacock set up in those two nations are used to pay local restaurants to deliver meals to a number of different areas of the province so far would cover your rooms I see rooms in hospitals has been silent again care center others a certain hotline whether entering the coronavirus called for the town in city hall you ought to put areas will actually branching out into pharmacist store clerk so even in little league international appreciation to all the people who are out there leading up function in the new normal that we have so what's cooperation but like if you have a lot of buy in from supporters it's been incredible we have two thousand members in the group demanded money that we raise is is truly inspirational and it didn't go to do things that you know initially I thought we'd be able to provide a couple meals but now it looks like we'll be able to do that for weeks a month or south based on the money that was raised well for speak with Anne Frank golden she's the founder of the Hoboken and Jersey city New Jersey frontline appreciation group on Facebook they're raising money for health care workers so in terms of distribution do you have volunteers deliver things out of that and work with the beautiful about it so what about certain Hoboken hello they had a delivery business but for the most part eleven had done in Florida right so they can bring a lot of those restaurant into delivery only in their delivery people that work for those first on to the ones that have been facilitating the delivery and it's been kind of a fun experience because I love to share the photos of the food and preparing an offer the food in the hands of the into the front line people also the nurses the doctors they've actually receive the food in a long time some of the donors wanted me to deliver themselves and sending pictures of themselves like him to come over to the nurses station which is like a really cool thing to see you know Willie so have the health care workers responded well they probably domino's just hopes I think I think that they have a lot more variety in the lab options and that's another thing I try to make it through the week of the nutrient dense now that their job is not just mentally taxing the critical impact with while so serving them pizza and sub five need to week seven to week that's really not going to be the fact that he's a resources so I'm very specific when they speak the restaurant about what they're preparing for them making sure they're getting a good meal but you know that the end of the day it's really comes from the heart in the two people who I don't wanna call them unsung heroes but in normal times were not in the time of the pandemic or crisis of course people appreciate what they do you know what it really comes before court right now for those around the country listening who aren't familiar Jersey city and Hoboken very heavily populated areas certainly no choices of food right have you gone out on a limb and thrown something exotic at these health care workers I'm sure that we had a vegan restaurant a little bit you know what we've got everything from Italian to Thai food in Indian food coming later this week so it's definitely a lot of variety I think the one joint I so I think I saw a stat from small business owners generally speaking who say they're down to like eighty percent of business at this point under this under these restrictions because they're limited to just take out or delivery anybody say that what you're doing is helping keep them afloat and they might otherwise close account for me is that I want to be fair and sometimes give the opportunity probably have everybody's gotten Hoboken to participate before I go back to him he has already done a delivery so for being realistic you know five or six hundred on delivery you can change the bottom line over a week two weeks three weeks for a company or for a cyclical restaurant what I'm trying to do is when we were away please post operative could show the health care workers I always put the link to that restaurant in the in the polls and I think you're considering going out thing to consider this restaurant what I'm trying to bring awareness to these small business owners the people know that they're delivering other they're still out there and maybe they have a doctor orders not restaurant in awhile or maybe they had ordered the question before and so now in addition to being able to provide something for the front line we're getting a little bit of P. are the people who are helping us make that happen well that is Amy Amy Frank Goldman again head of her local chapter of the front line appreciation group on Facebook in
"new jersey city" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
"All the rest of what we call shined on a Tuesday. A good to see you get to be seen. But how will you bobby and bless area? Good sitting semi cloudy agrees and she's got. I got to speak scuffling smart on the scar signal. Seven sixty eight degrees on Saturdays seventy three. Yesterday I lost my mind. There's something going up to sixty nine seventy now off right here that has. This is a blanket scoffed. Branka scarf can you could look a okay go ahead and we work as Lapsley from DIS It is forty five degrees right now. The high will be sixty four a clear right now. But it's GonNa rain around eleven. Am and it's going on and off throughout the day that Strasbourg forty five Greece. Sixty for the highest fair begins going to rain on and off throughout the day in Newark New Jersey City to city for the high partly cloudy with a chance of rain and New York City. Fifty four degrees. The he'll be sixty four and partly cloudy a chance of rain in Chicago. Thirty six degrees with the high of forty five a cloudy and rain around the Sun. Is that right now? But the rate will be around. I'm sorry it's cloudy right now but it's going to be sunny around to twelve pm today in Los Angeles fifty seven degrees sixty four for the high end is going to rain all day to day. In Miami Seventy degrees seventy seven for the high partly cloudy in Atlanta. It is fifty five degrees. A high will be sixty degrees going to rain on and off all day today Atlanta. That's what I have for you. All today was like where you are Barbara. Cologne come to you live on the show having show featuring Dj. Will you start right? Exactly we started right let's Clark Football.
"new jersey city" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Transit from Karen store well in New Jersey Jersey city didn't get long to start to fall to pieces in weather like this what we've got in accidents already on southbound timely Albany one in nine south of Secaucus road in Jersey city the right lane is blocked of course is only two lanes one lane is not going to go over very well right now we've got bumper to bumper traffic well back beyond Secaucus road it doesn't go all the way back to four ninety five but it will if this is not cleared away very very quickly also on the with sound garden state parkway one twenty three we saw that car off the roadway the right lane is blocked this is on the ramp entering from one twenty three on to the parkway northbound here's what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels it's Jan but it's awful close to fifteen and at the hollow like a George it is fifteen at the uptown George Washington bridge the upper level from the cross Bronx is back to the G. in already and on the outbound lower there is an accident approaching the span on the city side so they've held all lanes temporarily to clear it and that explains your outbound upper level congestion queens westbound L. I eat a hundred and eighth settling block with an accident there long island's big three started very heavy travelling westbound northern state southern state ally either close you get to the queen's line and we've got the electable are on time traffic is sponsored by the New York road runners in the TCS New York City marathon running through the streets of New York never gets old don't miss your chance to be part of the historic fiftieth anniversary the TCS New York City marathon time is running out.
Early-Morning Fire Rips Through Multiple Homes, Cars In Jersey City
"Ten people forced from their home early this morning in a fire in Jersey city eyewitnesses say a food truck caught fire early this morning they say flames leaped from that truck to some cars and then to to multi dwelling homes at four hundred Mercer street this fire chief one of the first people on the scene by the very difficult to get out there's a lot of gasoline a reprise of burning unfortunately spread to the exterior of building the families living
New Jersey Expands Definition Of Terrorism Under State Law Following Deadly Kosher Market Attack
"News server via signed legislation expanding the definition of terrorism under state law that's in response to last month's fatal attack on a kosher market in Jersey city reviews of the new law will make it clear that New Jersey is committed to the elimination of hate in all its forms legislation passed unanimously about a month after the attack little to Jersey city police detective dead along with three people inside the market authorities have said the attackers expressed hatred of Jews and of law enforcement the new laws as terrorism includes crimes aimed at inciting terror against people based on their religion race or national origin and other
Bruce Springsteen’s Son Sam Joins Jersey City’s Firefighters
"Los on hand as the sun was sworn in along with fourteen other in Jersey city firefighters corresponded to Michael's Bruce Springsteen's youngest son Sam was one of the fifteen new firefighters sworn in the boss and his wife Patty Ron had to watch their youngest child's big moment Springsteen says the family is very proud of Sam's accomplishment a few years Sam Springsteen has been a volunteer firefighter since graduating from a mom of county fire academy in twenty
Bruce Springsteen's son sworn in as a firefighter in Jersey City
"Bruce Springsteen son has been sworn in as a firefighter with the Jersey city fire department along with fifteen others Sam Springsteen was joined Tuesday by his famous father and mother Patty ski Alfa at city hall along with mir Stephen full up and other city officials the boss sent in front in the front row is is a twenty five year old son was sworn into the new is
New York Synagogue Attack: The community responds to recent violence
"Five people were injured this weekend after man attacked them while they were celebrating Hanukkah at the home of the his CITIC rabbi in Muncie New York Muncie is a suburb northwest of the city and your sons the low one went to Muncie yesterday and he's on the line now from New York City come morning Hansi the morning well so this suburb Muncie is home to a big Jewish community I know you are on about yesterday talking to people what did they tell you I talked to folks who live on the same street of that home of their rabbi where the attack occurred lot of people feeling very vulnerable after the attack and are very concerned about their personal safety is a community that's been talking about how to defend themselves for weeks on for months this is thinking the poor people are thinking about the recent attacks not just in from this weekend but also the recent shootings at a kosher grocery store in Jersey city New Jersey the left people dead and and also folks are thinking about volunteering with their neighborhood street patrols and some were even thinking of getting licensed to carry firearms in order to defend themselves right what do we know about the five people who were injured in this attack how are they doing well near governor Andrew Cuomo told NPR that as of Sunday evening two of the five victims were in critical condition one with skull fractures they survived an attack in which in the attack apparently used a long machete looks like a sword and that people inside of this home to furniture at the attacker try to fend for themselves and ultimately the tanker try to go next door to a synagogue but it was locked this story is developing as we would expect and will continue developed to develop over the next few days but I wonder about the suspect in this case what do we know about this man so far what are people saying police identified him as graft in Thomas and he has pleaded not guilty to attempted murder and burglary charges and his family has released a written statement through his attorney and time just family has said that quote was raised in a home which embraced and respected all religions and races and that he has quote no known history of anti semitism the families asked the attorney Michael Sussman to request a mental health evaluation because they say that Thomas has a long history of mental illness and hospitalizations and times is due back in court this Friday okay and here's Hansi low long from New York country thanks so much you're welcome the attacker in yesterday's attack was arrested in Harlem in New York City which is about thirty miles away from Monsey New York City is home to the largest population of Jewish people outside of Israel so what is the city doing to protect Jewish communities there I'm online now with new York's mayor bill de Blasio good morning Mister mayor good morning have you talked to anyone in Muncie New York I've talked to so many people in your community of New York City who are very very close to their colleagues in Muncie is that it's a very tight relationship it's not that far away Susan a surge of anti semitic attacks in New York governor Cuomo says there been at least thirteen in the state since December eighth then there was that horrific attack in New Jersey on the kosher grocery store in New York City specifically Mister mayor what are you doing about this well we we consider the crisis really there is a growing antisemitism problem in this whole country is taking a more more violent forms we are doing three things in particular with this is what I announced to the committee SA I stood with community leaders of all different communities who who stood in solidarity with the Jewish community in Brooklyn yesterday so one piece of course is very physical and media intensified NYPD presence police presence along with things like security cameras will be putting into key locations in the community additional light towers so that people know that there's eyes on the situation that there's clear vigilant to prevent attacks we have made a habit when the Jewish community is attacked anywhere in the world to reinforce key to use community locations in New York City board do it now on a much bigger scale but typically in Brooklyn where we think the most important vulnerabilities are second is an effort to bring together a variety of communities incoming calls with the Jewish community can unity safety coalitions we call them and this will be in key neighborhoods where you'll see type of committee patrol but it will be multi ethnic on purpose it will be people of different backgrounds warding off attacks the connecting vertically with young people and we had a problem with some is this is for young people acting on anti semitism sometimes without a great ignorance we want the people of all different communities intervening connect with young people stopping these attacks before they happen and then lastly is the education piece the equation again focused on young people in our school starting when school comes back in a few days of intensive I curriculum focusing on anti semitism and the danger that is created by hate and how any acts of hate ultimately are not only destructive unto themselves when they come back there for all communities and that domino affect and he just breeds more hate and more violence that's what we need to teach our young people you were talking about some very concrete steps there I want to ask you something my colleague Kansi low one who I was on the line with just before you he was in Muncie yesterday he talked to a man named laser Klein this is what the man told him I
New York City police commissioner: "We will keep the Jewish community safe"
"A stabbing at a Hanukkah celebration in Rockland county on Saturday night was the thirteenth anti semitic attack in New York state in three weeks and it was the latest in a string of violence targeting Jews in the region mayor bill de Blasio and governor Andrew Cuomo have deployed additional police patrols to Jewish neighborhoods across the city and state and some leaders are asking officials to do more to protect local Jewish populations we're joined now by Jody ruder and she's the editor in chief of the national Jewish news organization the forward Jody good morning thanks for joining me thanks for having wishes to governor Cuomo repeatedly emphasized yesterday that this attack didn't happen in isolation can you start by putting this latest incident in context sure I mean there's a couple different ways to think about it we've had several violent murderous deadly attack at synagogues over the last year and a half or so starting with of course because they're not but there were eleven people were killed October twenty seventh of last year and then the most recent violence was not in the Senate on but they are very deadly include in Jersey city where culture supermarket was attacked and three people were killed there but there's also another contact you mentioned the thirteen incidents in in the New York area in your state and virtually every week for the last several months maybe even two years we've seen a **** beatings and other other kinds of attacks the the New York Stock she's mostly in Brooklyn and in neighborhoods that are that are known as casting a class or ultra orthodox neighborhoods so there's also that contacted you can kind of a drum beat in those communities and has really gone unanswered while knows more deadly of violent attacks in places like Jersey city public California at Berkeley and now months we have got national and international attention NYPD commissioner Dermot Shea has called this a crisis governor Cuomo has referred to this increase in hate crimes as a cancer and a higher up at the anti defamation league told CNN that the city's Jewish community is in the midst of an epidemic all this language being used here it doesn't seem like a new level of violence and intolerance in our region absolutely and I and I don't think it's necessarily really regional I mean I think it's really the anti semitism have gone up marginally as well it's still looking completely different time plays healing and then the I've seen in my lifetime I think yeah it's hard to even imagine even five years ago I looked into the matter in the situation where people would be talking and thinking about antisemitism the way they are now there was a a national survey done came out in October about a year after Pittsburgh that said that a quarter of American Jews were not going to places or events because of fear of Jewish places or events like actually god or school because of Sierra and the anti semitic attacks and that thirty one percent were decided not to where their duty is invisibly whether that be by wearing a skull cap yarmulke order Stargate around their neck because this year those numbers were shocking to me I I can't imagine one in four American Jews when I was growing up being afraid of going to a to a synagogue actually tell you tell that to that point I I want to play you a clip from a man named Robert Brown he's Jewish he lives in Brooklyn and he was at last night's menorah lighting in grand army plaza listen to what he had to say I think I did a
New York City police commissioner: "We will keep the Jewish community safe"
"Still a stabbing at a Hanukkah celebration in Rockland county on Saturday night was the thirteenth anti semitic attack in New York state in three weeks and it was the latest in a string of violence targeting Jews in the region mayor bill de Blasio and governor Andrew Cuomo have deployed additional police patrols to Jewish neighborhoods across the city and state and some leaders are asking officials to do more to protect local Jewish populations we're joined now by Jody ruder and she's the editor in chief of the national Jewish news organization the forward Jody good morning thanks for joining me thanks for having this is a governor Cuomo repeatedly emphasized yesterday that this attack didn't happen in isolation can you start by putting this latest incident in context sure I mean there's a couple different ways to think about it we've had several violent murderous deadly attack accident god over the last year and a half or so starting with of course the Pittsburgh massacre were eleven people were killed October twenty seventh of last year and then the most recent violence would not as an adult but they are very deadly include in Jersey city were kosher supermarket was attacked and three people were killed there but there's also another contact you mentioned the thirteen incidents in in the New York area in your state and virtually every week for the last several months maybe even two years we've seen a **** beating the latter other kinds of attacks they did the orthodox Jews mostly in Brooklyn and in neighborhoods that are that are known as casting a glow or ultra orthodox neighborhoods so there's also doc transaction in kind of a drum beat in those communities and has really gone unanswered while knows more deadly of violent attacks in places like Jersey city public California absence Berg and our monthly have got national and international attention NYPD commissioner Dermot Shea has called this a crisis governor Cuomo has referred to this increase in hate crimes as a cancer and a higher up at the anti defamation league told CNN that the city's Jewish community is in the midst of an epidemic all this language being used here it doesn't seem like a new level of violence and intolerance in our region absolutely and I and I don't think it's necessarily really regional I mean I think it's really the anti semitism have gone up marginally as well it's still looking completely different time plays healing and then I'd seen in my lifetime and I think yeah it's hard to even imagine even five years ago I love that that amount in the situation where people would be talking and thinking about antisemitism the way they are now there was a a national survey done came out in October about a year after Pittsburgh that said that a quarter of American Jews were not going to places or events because of fear of Jewish places or events like actually god or school because of Sierra and the anti semitic attacks and that thirty one percent were decided not to where their Judaism visibly whether acting by wearing a skull cap yarmulke order Stargate around their neck because this year those numbers were shocking to me I I can't imagine one in four American Jews when I was growing up being afraid of going to a to a synagogue actually Jody to that to that point I I want to play you a clip from a man named Robert Brown he's Jewish he lives in Brooklyn and he was at last night's menorah lighting in grand army plaza listen to what he had to say I think
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Calls Hanukkah Knife Attack Domestic Terrorism
"Five people have been hurt after suspect one on a knife attack during a Hanukkah party in Rockland county New York the latest in a series of anti semitic crime calling it inexplicable hate and violence governor Andrew Cuomo assured members of the orthodox Jewish community that the state would combat anti semitism in all its forms if anyone thinks that something poisonous is not going on in this country then there in not in denial Jewish communities in this area were already on edge prior to Saturday nights Hanukkah stabbing we've had thirteen acts of anti semitism since December eighth in New York state those incidents came on the heels of a targeted shooting of a kosher grocery in Jersey city Steve casting
NYC ups policing in Jewish areas after spate of attacks
"New York City police are stepping up patrols in Jewish neighborhoods in the city after multiple reports of anti semitic assaults this week during the Hanukkah holiday as New York city's mayor met with Jewish leaders in crown heights detectives were arresting a woman on hate crime charges for slapping three female victims in the face and head during the interrogation she made statements that she commit this crime because she thought that they were they were Jewish chief of detectives Rodney Harrison says it's not an isolated case we've noticed eight eight crimes that are alarming to us Monday a man wearing a yarmulke was attacked and kicked in Manhattan and two boys were accosted by a group of attackers in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn the Jewish community is already on edge since an attack earlier this month at a kosher market in Jersey city that left a policeman and three civilians dead I'm Jackie Quinn
Man whose phone number was found on Jersey City attacker arrested
"McKinney in Monmouth County man in court today on weapons charges that are being linked to the Jersey city shootout Ahmed al Hadi's phone number and address found in the pocket of one of those dead
"new jersey city" Discussed on WTVN
"And she was she was really frustrated with the the feud with the royal family and so that her death was staged to allow her to move back into anonymity and so the the sort of the right with this is sort of the the resurrection aspect of conspiracy theories the idea that the person whether it's Elvis you know who many people think like many conspiracy theorists believe faked his own death and now Jeffrey up sting so it's again there's when you study these theories sort of and contacts and you look at them side by side each sort of conspiracy theory has its own momentum and its own volition but the fact that the president is tweeting and Rudy Giuliani is tweeting and high profile members of the media are tweeting about this is giving it additional momentum and things just moving much faster yeah this is no doubt fascinating and the world of conspiracy is also fascinating again James Broderick professor of English at New Jersey city university a researcher of conspiracy theories and get his book which obviously came out a few years ago a web of conspiracy it's a guide to conspiracy theory sites on the internet very very interesting to talk to you your you you do so very interesting work and I appreciate you come out today thank you very much professor it's been my pleasure thank you all right and again the latest with Jeffrey obscene if you you can go to the the link is on my blog sixteen WTVN dot com if you go there click on the link it's not click bait I had our our web guy actually loaded you can see the comparison of the left ear's have you had a chance to look at it Josh I did look at it I disinterested absolutely did see that and if there's one thing I can conclude from all this is that I do think up stings alive because he was clearly of ducted by a UFO from the prison that Elvis Presley was navigating this is incredible stuff we got well you know who we need to elect as president senator Sanders he will shed light on all of this as well as this if in fact you know aliens got more coming up on that I know traffic.
"new jersey city" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Husband commutes from Queens, New jersey to queens every day and has been stuck many times on his way back. Go to the Holland tunnel. Save on on, on the you know the tolls. And he has been caught in traffic in the Holland tunnel where he couldn't just pullover somewhere and use the bathroom. So he has a portable urinal. It sounds terrible. But he has a portable urine on, if he has to go. I bought him one I work in a hospital. And I got him one. And he has that in case of an emergency stuff that you, would you give to the patients, excuse me? Like the ones you give to the patients like that little bottle with a long neck on it. Every little bottle with a tubing and wraps around the PB and. So wait a minute that you had to pay for that you can just take on. They, they wouldn't have a problem with me. No. I mean, I ordered one from I ordered one for him on Amazon take if you take medical equipment, he could get trouble. I would imagine it would just say. It would help him. Has used it a few times? So he's like thank God, you have that thing for me because I would have keyed on myself. You can't get out. You know what I'm glad you called severe because Father's Day is Sunday. Get them in who has everything. New Jersey, one zero one point five, you know what maybe like you can get the portable urinal with, like a giant logo on it or jet logo. The jets used to again. Hey, used again, now one point eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five. Dave's stick around the Josie one point five traffic. On the west on banks of the turnpike, we're getting slow I suspect this is because of construction, as you list of fourteen Bayonne over toys the main line, and exit fourteen in Newark, eastbound from Newark, New Jersey city doing fine heading towards the Holland tunnel up and down the turnpike, western and eastern Spurs. You're good. We'll watch out for maintenance work on the southbound carlin's replicates at eleven you'll find the right lane out of service and much farther down the line near exit three. The right lane is also out of service for overnight repairs. This report sponsored by compassion international. You can change the world for a child in extreme poverty, through compassion international. Just text the word child, eight three three nine three to find out how thirty-six Atlantic highlands in Monmouth county, traveling westbound, all lanes are still subject to closure coming the grand avenue. But it does appear the left side of the roadway is getting by they still work on this utility pole accident. But it's gonna be out there a while, they say, also thirty-six pretty heavy both ways you traveled through Seabright one thirty eight volume eastbound in wall township east of the Parkway out to Allenwood road that is all because of an earlier crash in ocean county. Seventy westbound Buckingham drive in brick town. That's a crash being cleared traffic fifteen minutes. Your next report at eight thirty three. I'm Mike Barker on New Jersey, one point five, New Jersey, one zero one point five. Visit a sprint store this Father's Day.
"new jersey city" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Debra tobin. WBZ news center. Police have identified the victim in a parking lot shooting in Charlotte. Authorities say sixty two year old Herrick Cromartie died at the scene. She and another woman were shot as they set inside a car and the forty five hundred block of wind Bork way. And I'll happened around eight o'clock last night. Police have no suspects arrested. They're also investigating a shooting on lawyers road in front of the fast mart. They say twenty two year old Christopher Moore was talking with someone when he was shot and killed after authorities are asking for the public's help in solving both homicides. You're asked to call crime stoppers or call CNN PD if you have any information and a woman was killed in an overnight house fire in Monroe. That's according to officials forty three year olds Sherry Ray. Tried calling for help. Neighbors said they woke up to terrifying. Screams coming from the home. They said they tried to get inside to help. But it was too late. Fire officials say this is the first deadly fire in may. Enro- in about two years official cause of that fire is still under investigation. The partial federal government shutdown is over well at least for the next three weeks congress and President Trump reaching a deal on temporary funding. But now lawmakers have to come up with a border security plan that the president sees as fair or another government shutdown could follow Julie Farrell of Portland, Oregon is retired. Her husband is a civilian coastguard employees. And she admits she scared that's only for three weeks. And so we, you know, we're not really sure if we need to be prepared to have some extra money on the side, again, if we can again, that's Julie Farrell, excuse me, and New Jersey city is planning to lay off more than one hundred police officers due to a budget deficit, and they aren't the only ones on the chopping block. Jessica Formosa from FOX five in New York has more. The city of Patterson has been facing a budget crisis for years, and now the new mayor wants to resolve it. It's time that we made difficult decisions. The budget deficit is about nine million dollars mayor Andre Zia's administration has laid out a tentative plan one that would lay off one hundred and twelve police officers eighty nine firefighters and a number of public works employees. The city of Patterson has four hundred eighteen police officers in about three hundred and seventy five firefighters again. That's Jessica Formosa reporting Patterson laid off one hundred and twenty-five police officers critics say in a spike when they had a spike in crime..
"new jersey city" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Wayne cabinet. Palmer name three things to know. Seven fifteen hundreds came to Paterson New Jersey city hall last night after the death of a twenty seven year old man who went to police over the weekend. Saying people are trying to kill him to make Lowery died Monday last night's protest ended with a large crowd running from police headquarters after witnesses say they were maced by police number to President Trump and the democratic leaders of the house and Senate stuck to the script. There were no new arguments for the border barrier and last night's Oval Office speech, the speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi set up an order leader Chuck Schumer repeated their arguments against the wall. The president visits Capitol Hill today at host congressional leaders at the White House, and three fact checking the speeches I to hear the president here declaring there is a humanitarian crisis a crisis of the heart and soul on the border. The federal government remains shut down for one reason and one reason only because Democrats will not fund border security. Democrats have offered one point three billion dollars. Well, short of the five point six billion demanded by the White House speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi, sadly much of what we heard from President Trump's throughout this of shutdown has been full of misinformation. Uneven even malice the president has chosen fear. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer argued that the president is using millions of Americans is leverage an estimated eight hundred thousand federal workers are furloughed or working without pay during the shutdown. President Trump told the nation that there is a border wall to address the nation's addiction epidemic. But the DA has said that Fenton hill is often mailed into the US from China and much of the heroin supply crossing the border illegal entry points comes in hidden and motor vehicles. But the president said what is going on at the southern border is a crisis over the years. Thousands of Americans have been brutally killed by those who illegally entered our country and thousands more lives will be lost. If we don't act right now Shepard Smith on the Fox News channel was among those fact checking the president's take on migration in violent crime. He made a number of claims, they're speaking specifically about a murder rates among those who are undocumented immigrants, the government statistics show that there is less. Violent crime by the undocumented immigrant population than by the general population, the president visits the border tomorrow. Sources tell the times that in an off the record talk with TV anchors before his speech. The president said he was not inclined even to make last night's speech in the first place or visit the border, but he says he was talked into it by advisors at hundred eight on Wednesday. As.
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"Three New Jersey city's just outside New York from the type of major flooding caused by superstorm sandy in twenty twelve is moving forward. New Jersey officials have settled on the boundaries of a two hundred thirty million dollar project. It Hoboken Jersey City, and we Hawkin it calls for floodwalls protecting neighborhoods. A New Jersey transit rail yard a hospital and police and fire stations the project arose from rebuild by design a federal project to seek innovative ways to protect communities after sandy. Pipe bomb investigation. Trump blames media, I'm Tim Maguire Berlin, AP newsmen of federal authorities arrested a Florida man with a criminal history and was a supporter of President Trump accusing him of sending at least thirteen mail bombs to prominent Democrats and their supporters FBI director Christopher Wray says investigators found a key piece of evidence they uncovered a latent fingerprint from one of the envelopes containing an e that had been sent to congresswoman Maxine Waters. We have confirmed this fingerprint is that of Caesar say faces at least five federal charges in connection with the investigation. President Trump at a political rally in Charlotte North Carolina praised the investigation and denounced the media coverage of the pipe bomb mailing. We have seen an effort by the media in recent hours to use the actions of one individual to score political points against me and the Republican party. I'm Tim McGuire. More news right after this tornado activity in the US is shifting east. According to a new study is AP's Mike Kempner reports the study in the journal climate and atmospheric science shows, there's been fewer tornadoes and Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas. The study says tornadoes have been spending more in states along the Mississippi River in farther east, but scientists aren't sure why there has been an increase in tornadoes in Mississippi, Arkansas, Tennessee, Louisiana, Alabama, Kentucky, Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, Iowa and parts of Ohio and Michigan but tornado activity is down in the Great Plains with the biggest strap in central and eastern, Texas. However, Texas is still the state with the most tornadoes Mike Kemp in Washington. It's smells like death or dirty diapers depending on who you ask. But one thing's for sure corpse flowers stink. And one named Molefi is expected to bloom next week at Dartmouth College greenhouse just in time for Halloween. The courts flowers native to some mantras Equatorial rainforests and has a long pointy stalk with a skirt like covering it. Blooms just for several days when it does it has an odor described as rotting flesh or a decaying animal. Visitors can go to the greenhouse or see the plant. I'm Dartmouth's webcam the fifteen year old plant last bloomed in two thousand sixteen and before that in twenty eleven Dartmouth said, the older the plant gets the more likely it will flower sooner. More women are being hired to direct TV series episodes. But progress for minority directors is lagging the directors guild of America released a study showing women directed record twenty five percent of episodic television in the twenty seventeen twenty eighteen season. That's an increase of four percent from the previous season African Americans directed thirteen percent of series TV unchanged from last season. And there was a one percent increase in the hiring of both Asian Americans and Latinos for TV, directing work, the directors guild president calls. It a bright spot the doors are opening wider for women in TV directing, but it's disappointing. The same can't be said for direct. Hi, I'm making crane AP digital manager and host of the podcast ground game. A look at the top political issues bubbling up around the country ahead of this year's midterm elections. It's available on apple podcasts and podcast one. While you're there, be sure to subscribe rate and review it that's the podcast ground game. AP radio news. I'm Tim Maguire, south Florida man has been arrested as a suspect in the sending a pipebombs Democrats and other opponents of President Trump.
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"New Jersey city's just outside New York from the type of major flooding caused by superstorm sandy in two thousand twelve is moving forward. New Jersey officials have settled on the boundaries of two. Hundred thirty million dollar project. It Hoboken Jersey City, and we Hawkin it calls for floodwalls protecting neighborhoods. New Jersey transit rail yard a hospital and police and fire stations the project arose from rebuild by design a federal project to seek innovative ways to protect communities after sandy. Hundreds of active duty troops are set to be sent to the southern border AP Washington. Correspondent saga megani reports. It's part of President Trump's response to migrant caravan moving through Mexico fear of immigrants was a major theme of his two thousand sixteen campaign and with the mid terms coming up the president's keeping the focus on immigration, even though the caravans more than a thousand miles from US soil Pentagon chief Jim Madison is expected to signed an order sending eight hundred or more troops to the border. Where an official says they'll support the border patrol active-duty troops rarely deployed to the border and the ones going now will not be on armed security missions. But rather will provide things like vehicles and tents. Some two thousand national guard members are at the border already under an earlier agreement. Saga megani at the White House. Pipebomb investigation. Trump blames media, I'm Tim Maguire. Berlin, AP news. Federal authorities arrested a Florida man with a criminal history and was a supporter of President Trump accusing him of sending at least thirteen mail bombs to prominent Democrats and their supporters FBI director Christopher Wray says investigators found a key piece of evidence they uncovered a latent fingerprint from one of the envelopes containing an IUD that had been sent to congresswoman Maxine Waters. We have confirmed this fingerprint is that of Caesar. Faces at least five federal charges in connection with the investigation. President Trump at a political rally in Charlotte North Carolina praised the investigation and denounced the media coverage of the pipe bomb mailing. We have seen an effort by the media in recent hours to use the actions of one individual to score political points against me and the Republican party. I'm Tim McGuire. AP digital news back in a moment. With twenty.
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"Has couple of cancelled trains this. Morning knew about the last night there are three on the board, this morning on having a huge impact yet Bob will have the details in just a couple of minutes, next week is. Back to school already for most jersey kids but. Are the buses they'll ride safe have they, passed the, one hundred eighty point checklist inspection the twenty three, thousand four hundred school buses in the state. Undergo scheduled inspections twice a year says motor vehicle commission chief sue. Fulton there are surprise inspections as well inside, the by they're looking at pincher that the seat belts all work that interior, whites worked, at all the warning lights all of. The indicators on the driver's instrument panel function inspectors also check outside the buses and under the, hood so. We also look at the drivers. Records so, we'll, not only verified that the driver is in good standing there commercial driver's license. Their school, bus licenses in good, standing but we will also look at the abstract to see whether driving history looks, like Jen New Jersey one zero one point five news there are a number of schools. Who may not. Be open for. Classes next. Week due to lingering air quality issues in. Their buildings mold and other. Environmental issues have been a growing problem for some districts and Patrick library joins. Us live with the latest on that part of the story. Patrick Eric at least five schools in ocean county have recently, been impacted by the discovery of mold. And Lakers elementary school is the latest to be added to that, list students who go there will begin this year in borrowed classroom space at other schools and other facilities, likely not returning. Until mid November previously schools in brick Lakewood and. Stafford announced they were undergoing remediation all expected, to open, on time in one hundred and county in the, Flemington Raritan school district to schools at least. Two or temporarily closed as officials test air quality this as many. Schools in New Jersey city's continued to monitor, for lead in water Eric all right Patrick thank you a couple of, drug, recalls this, morning bubblegum flavor children's Advil is being. Called back because of problems with the included dosage Cup and the popular blood pressure medicine Hydrochlorothiazide is being recalled following a labeling mix. Up, and a chance, the pills could have been mixed with another medication a ghastly find on a tiny island in the Delaware river off Frenchtown and hundred and county a person walking in the found what appears to be a human. Skeleton the remains could have been there awhile the island often floods when it rains, and. The river, rises. The medical. Examiner trying to make an ID New, Jersey one..
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"Ocean city new jersey city council has unanimously approved an ordinance banning smoking on the resort speeches starting in early july kyw's marc abrahams reports doug burgum ocean city's public information officer says council's action was prompted by complaints from residents and visitors he says there will be an educational effort on the beaches before there's any kind of crackdown that we would have officers reminding folks out the new law and asking them to voluntarily comply but of course if they didn't we would have the power to enforce fines that are set in place oregon says councils concerned about children being exposed to secondhand smoke as well as the litter of cigarette butts ocean city already banned smoke on its boardwalk parks and playgrounds marc abrahams kyw newsradio new jersey fought for years to get legalized sports betting now they have it at two locations and soon several more kyw's david madden reports from the gotta in atlantic city actually monmouth park win i with governor phil murphy laying down bet number one here dr j put down five on the eagles three is super bowl champs state senate president steve sweeney told the crowd at the new sports book that sports betting will be what he called a game changer this is gonna actually provide more people coming into atlantic city which we care great deal about nra strikes to help our racetracks and at the end of the day this is not a big tax generate state only expects to make a little over thirteen million dollars the first year by the way sweeney put down two hundred on the green bay packers to win the super bowl relax he's always been a packers fan in atlantic city david matinee kyw newsradio at the.
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"Nobody cares all they care about is does it bring in tax revenue or not and then murphy outlines at all and then here now played the applause and maybe i'm wrong here maybe if you guys think i'm wrong but it just seems to me like the a little bit of a lacklustre response from the gallery at the governor's first budget address presumably has all the political capital in the world go ahead it is the principal reason i advocate for legalizing adult use marijuana sounds like you said it's why i want to change the slogan of new jersey from the garden state ten the show me state or something courtesy i mean that's my politics this is a this is a very controversial issue which by the way has actually a lot more bipartisan support than you think i mean senator cory gardner republican colorado has been fighting vociferously to keep the department of justice out of his state because we're recreational weed in colorado but the first rule of politics is you count votes phil murphy does not have the votes of the democrats to legalize weed new jersey i'm telling you right now i it's it's not going anywhere it's not going anywhere i can't even believe it this guy is such a bad politician he can't even get enough people in his own party to vote for something which may be five years ago would have been really controversial but now it's sort of like especially in a state like new jersey kind of like you know what i mean especially if he were to do it and say we're gonna limit it to atlantic city or we're gonna limit it to new jersey city at jersey city or something you know what i mean like if he did his whole thing about keep it away from kids like the guy in the godfather i don't want kids getting it you know but he doesn't and then it's just like he's a politician that's my analysis of these bad politician let's see joe has a theory on this joe your thoughts on recreational weed go ahead my only concern is with all the circle intersections in new jersey you're going to.